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Tuesday 29.03.05 (CET)

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10.45am Girls on Top Charlie Dimmock and Anna Ryder Richardson experience work as stylists at Vidal Sassoon

11.15am Bargain Hunt Auctioneer Tim Wonnacott challenges two teams to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction

11.45am Weakest Link Former Go-Gos singer Belinda Carlisle, ex-All Saint Natalie Appleton and one-time Steps member Lisa Scott-Lee are among the pop performers facing the wrath of Anne Robinson in a charity edition of the elimination quiz

12.30pm Doctors Helen meets Julia to talk about her problems with Jack, and Tasha tells Nathan that she is pregnant and breaks up with him

1.00pm EastEnders Emotional highs and lows with the residents of Albert Square (888)

1.30pm Passport to the Sun Life in Majorca during the holiday season

2.00pm Wildlife Documentary exploring the extreme tactics employed by the ostrich in its struggle for survival over 65 million years

2.30pm Teletubbies The playful quartet watch Daniel and Stephanie make pancakes and stop to see the Dancing Bear in the Carousel

2.55pm Tweenies The pals play with cardboard boxes and use them to make a train — which takes them under the sea and into space

3.15pm Fimbles Florrie finds a clockwork toy duck which frightens Fimbo

3.35pm Bill and Ben Weed suggests a game of treasure hunt, but Bill and Ben find something unfamiliar

3.45pm The Story Makers Byron doesn't want to take too much on holiday with him — but Jelly and Jackson are determined to prepare him for anything

4.30pm Weakest Link Anne Robinson hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team, eliminating the poorest players as they go

5.15pm Big Strong Boys In a programme from Spain, the dynamic duo come to the aid of expat Liz Woodcock, who wants a touch of British warmth and cosiness brought to her stark marble-floored bedroom. Gavin supplies new flooring, while Jake puts his carpentry skills to good use

5.45pm Bargain Hunt Auctioneer Tim Wonnacott challenges two teams to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction

6.15pm Ready, Steady, Cook Kitchen duel in which two celebrity chefs race to create a meal in just 20 minutes. Presented by Ainsley Harriott

7.00pm Doctors Nathan asks Ben if he can borrow £200, while Ronnie is finding his living arrangements less than satisfactory and Tasha's pregnancy continues to cause problems between her and Nathan

7.30pm EastEnders Emotional highs and lows with the residents of Albert Square (888)

8.00pm Wildlife Special A remote camera disguised as a boulder captures a cub's-eye view of the young lions' attempts to catch a variety of large African mammals, including buffalo, a hippo and elephants. Footage of the creatures climbing trees in pursuit of baboons and encountering a spitting cobra provides a remarkable insight into how the wild cats grow and live in the Masai Mara. David Attenborough narrates

9.00pm Top Gear Featuring the TVR T350C, VW Phaeton, Bentley Continental GT and a Cadillac Sixteen, as well as hunt for the fastest disabled driver. Presented by Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, with guest Alan Davies

10.00pm Death of the Iceman In September 1991 two hikers discovered the frozen 5,300-year-old body of a Stone Age man, the oldest ice mummy ever found. Oetzi, as he was named, became a scientific sensation but a multitude of questions were to follow, particularly speculation as to how he died — and new research shows Oetzi may indeed have been murdered, shot in the back with an arrow

11.00pm Casualty Jim's departmental changes enrage Charlie, and when a patient dies in reception, it only adds fuel to the fire and the staff threaten industrial action. Simon confides in Lara about his drug addiction, and Fin is thrilled to discover the engagement ring he bought for Comfort has been found at the site of the train crash. Luke and Bex go speed dating, but it's soon clear they have taken more of a shine to each other than anyone else

11.50pm Holby City The tense atmosphere between lovers Chrissie and Owen isn't helped when he immerses himself in work and the case of a pregnant schizophrenic woman. Meanwhile, Kath is surprised by a chance encounter and a bold decision to operate on a footballer's leg threatens to jeopardise Ric's career. Karl Howman guest stars

1.00am Learning Zone
Leonardo Alan Yentob concludes his series on Leonardo da Vinci by telling the story of how the Mona Lisa became the most famous painting in the world. Admired by six million tourists every year, surrounded by bodyguards and encased in a humidified, air-conditioned box protected by bullet-proof glass, the enigmatic masterpiece has been abducted, vandalised and exploited over the centuries. With the help of leading scholars and original research, the Mona Lisa's identity is finally revealed, as is the reason behind her inscrutable smile 2.00am Great Romances of the 20th Century Richard and Pat Nixon 2.30am Great Romances of the 20th Century Jimmy and Roslyn Carter 3.00am The Great Philosophers David Hume 3.45am Personal Passions Composer John Wilks's model locomotive 4.00am The King of Capitalism: Thomas Watson Snr and the Building of IBM Profile of the visionary entrepreneur 5.00am Look Ahead English for adult learners 5.30am Muzzy in Gondoland Animation.

TCM

12.35pm The Roaring Twenties (U) 1939 Classic gangster drama, starring James Cagney as a World War One veteran who gets drawn into the world of bootlegging in Prohibition-era New York, eventually carving out his own criminal empire. With Humphrey Bogart and Priscilla Lane (888)

2.35pm Mutiny on the Bounty (PG) 1935 Oscar-winning fact-based drama, starring Charles Laughton as strict disciplinarian Captain Bligh, whose harsh regime drove his disgruntled crew to open rebellion. Clark Gable co-stars as the mutineers' ringleader Fletcher Christian, with Franchot Tone and Herbert Mundin

5.10pm The Hook (PG) 1962 Korean War drama examining the moral dilemma of three American soldiers who can't bring themselves to obey orders to execute a prisoner. Kirk Douglas, Robert Walker Jnr and Nick Adams star

7.00pm The Power (PG) 1968 Scientists realise a member of their research team has powerful supernatural abilities, and is intent on bumping them off one by one. Thriller, starring George Hamilton, Suzanne Pleshette, Richard Carlson and Yvonne de Carlo

9.00pm Brainstorm (15) 1983 Douglas Trumbull's sci-fi thriller about two research scientists (Christopher Walken and Louise Fletcher) who invent a device which allows its user to experience other people's thoughts. Also starring Natalie Wood in her final role, with Cliff Robertson and Joe Dorsey (888)

11.00pm Children of the Damned (15) 1964 Six super-intelligent youngsters are brought to London for experiments, but the results prove terrifying. Sci-fi sequel to Village of the Damned, starring Ian Hendry, Alan Badel and Barbara Ferris

12.35am Catlow (PG) 1971 Light-hearted Western, starring Yul Brynner as a drifter who tries to pull off a major robbery, only to find himself hunted by his best friend and a vengeful outlaw. With Richard Crenna, Leonard Nimoy and Jo Ann Pflug (888)

2.15am Teleshopping A chance to buy goods from the comfort of home

2.30am The Prize (PG) 1963 Drunken American author Paul Newman visits Stockholm at the time of the Nobel Prize ceremony and stumbles across an espionage plot. Excellent Hitchcock-style suspense thriller, based on Irving Wallace's novel, and co-starring Elke Sommer, Edward G Robinson and Leo G Carroll (888)

5.00am Green Dolphin Street (PG) 1947 A Channel Islander emigrates to New Zealand, but makes the mistake of sending home for the wrong bride. Lavish period romance, starring Lana Turner, Richard Hart and Van Heflin.

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Thursday 31.03.05 (CET)

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10.45am Girls on Top Intrepid duo Charlie Dimmock and Anna Ryder Richardson try their hands at being tour guides for a day around Hampton Court

11.15am Bargain Hunt Auctioneer Tim Wonnacott challenges two teams to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction

11.45am Weakest Link Anne Robinson hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team, eliminating the poorest players as they go

12.30pm Doctors A woman suffering from Crohn's disease wants to keep her illness secret from her partner and refuses to have an operation, but Helen warns her she is endangering her health

1.00pm EastEnders Emotional highs and lows with the residents of Albert Square (888)

1.30pm Passport to the Sun Life in Majorca during the holiday season

2.00pm Wildlife An insight into the wily ways of geckos, the tiny lizards whose courage and ingenuity enable them to out-manoeuvre their attackers

2.30pm Teletubbies The colourful quartet watch a Chinese New Year parade and learn about dragons

2.55pm Tweenies Milo's gran knits him a new jumper, but Doodles unravels it

3.15pm Fimbles Florrie, Pom and Rockit follow a trail of footprints, hoping to catch the mysterious Blue Galoo — only to discover they belong to someone far more familiar

3.35pm Bill and Ben Fun with the potted pals and the rest of the gang in the garden

3.45pm The Story Makers Jelly becomes the Snow Queen and Jackson tries his hand at skiing

4.05pm Blue Peter Flies the World Stuart Miles and Konnie Huq visit Copper Canyon in Mexico

4.30pm Weakest Link Anne Robinson hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team, eliminating the poorest players as they go

5.15pm Big Strong Boys The dynamic duo gladly pack their suitcases and answer a DIY distress call from a woman living in Malaga, Spain, who wants help redecorating her kitchen (888)

5.45pm Bargain Hunt Auctioneer Tim Wonnacott challenges two teams to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction

6.15pm Ready, Steady, Cook Kitchen duel in which two celebrity chefs race to create a meal in just 20 minutes. Presented by Ainsley Harriott

7.00pm Doctors Nathan tries to give Tasha some money for an abortion, and Helen declines Jack's offer of concert tickets

7.30pm EastEnders Emotional highs and lows with the residents of Albert Square (888)

8.00pm Keeping Up Appearances Hyacinth buys a new three-piece suite and goes to great lengths to ensure her neighbours see the royal warrant on the delivery van — but, as ever, her family contrive to take the gloss off her moment of glory. Comedy, starring Patricia Routledge, Clive Swift and Geoffrey Hughes (888)

8.30pm Yes Minister Rumours of a cabinet reshuffle anger Jim Hacker just as he is on the verge of announcing a big investment. Starring Paul Eddington and Nigel Hawthorne

9.00pm Clocking Off Julie's brother comes home for their parents' 40th wedding anniversary celebrations and invites her to work with him in Hong Kong. She decides to accept and escape her boring life when there appears to be nothing to keep her in England, especially as none of her friends do a good job of persuading her to stay. Only new machinist Vicky has a hope of changing her mind. Drama, starring Siobhan Finneran and Sharon Duce (888)

10.00pm Florence Nightingale: Iron Maiden Profile of the founder of modern nursing, who was a tough, driven professional and spent most of her life reforming hygiene in hospitals, the Army and the slums

11.00pm Celebrity Mastermind John Humphreys invites more celebrities to sit in the famous black chair as he tests their knowledge on their chosen subject. With Bill Oddie, Charlie Higson, Julia Somerville and Germaine Greer

11.30pm Happiness Sid and Charlie develop an expensive habit which threatens their cashflow, Rachel kicks Terry out of the house and Danny fails an audition for a new comedy drama. Then, just when it seems things can't get any worse, a nasty shock puts everything into perspective. Gabrielle Richens guest stars

12.00am Two Thousand Acres of Sky Abby's ex-boyfriend Robbie turns up on the island to a hostile reception, while Mary reaches the end of her tether looking after a post-natally depressed Carolyn and her baby. Abby rises to the challenge of working more hours at the school, but Alfie is disappointed to learn he's being taught by his mother. Drama, starring Michelle Collins and Paul Kaye (888)

1.00am Learning Zone
Wild New World Examination of the causes of the Ice Age extinctions and how wildlife has been forced to adapt to a human-controlled world, from mammoth-hunting to the rise of the skyscraper. Last in series 2.00am Around the World in 80 Days A suspected bomb impedes Michael's journey 3.00am Secrets of the Ancients Crossing the North Sea in a replica Viking longboat (888) 4.00am Althorp: After Diana Keeping the princess's memory alive 5.00am Look Ahead English for adult learners 5.30am The Legend of the Lost Keys Humans are threatened by slave-takers.

TCM

11.55am I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang (12) 1932 A former soldier is wrongly put on trial for robbery and sentenced to hard labour, a harrowing experience which hardens his character and transforms him into a remorseless criminal. Gritty melodrama, starring Paul Muni, Glenda Farrell and Preston Foster (888)

1.45pm Colorado Territory (PG) 1949 An outlaw escapes from prison with the intention of going straight, but can't resist planning one last robbery — which proves to be a huge mistake. Raoul Walsh's stirring Western remake of his own acclaimed crime drama High Sierra, starring Joel McCrea, Virginia Mayo, Dorothy Malone, Henry Hull and John Archer (888)

3.30pm When We Were Kings (PG) 1996 Leon Gast's Oscar-winning documentary charting the seemingly hopeless challenge of ageing Muhammad Ali for George Foreman's World Heavyweight title in 1974. The film explores the impact of Ali's visit to Africa before focusing on the epic fight itself which has gone down in history as one of the greatest of all time, dubbed the “Rumble in the Jungle”. Spike Lee and Norman Mailer offer personal opinions on its importance to them

5.15pm Viva Las Vegas (U) 1964 Fabulous glossy musical, starring Elvis Presley as a charismatic racing driver who embarks on a fun-filled trip around the gambling capital. With Ann-Margret, Cesare Danova, William Demarest and Nicky Blair. Songs include The Lady Loves Me, I Need Somebody to Lean On and the title track (888)

7.00pm 36 Hours (PG) 1964 A World War Two intelligence officer is captured by Nazis who trick him into thinking the conflict is over, hoping he will reveal details of a major Allied operation. Espionage adventure, starring James Garner, Eva Marie Saint, Rod Taylor and Werner Peters (888)

9.00pm The Dirty Dozen (15) 1968 Twelve convicts are sent on a suicide mission to infiltrate and destroy a French chateau being used by the German military. Powerful World War Two action adventure, starring Lee Marvin, Telly Savalas, Ernest Borgnine, Charles Bronson and Donald Sutherland

11.50pm The Gypsy Moths (PG) 1969 Ageing skydiver Burt Lancaster's unrequited love for frustrated housewife Deborah Kerr ends in tragedy during a tour of small-town America. Patchy melodrama which swings wildly from moments of breathtaking airborne excitement to scenes of depressing inevitability on terra firma. Also starring Gene Hackman, Bonnie Bedelia and Scott Wilson

1.45am Savage Messiah (18) 1972 Ken Russell's biopic chronicling the turbulent relationship between French sculptor Henri Gaudier-Brzeska and the older Polish artist Sophie Brzeska. Starring Scott B Anthony, Dorothy Tutin, Helen Mirren and Lindsay Kemp

3.25am Teleshopping A chance to buy goods from the comfort of home

3.40am Village of Daughters (PG) 1962 Comedy about an unemployed travelling salesman who discovers an Italian village where the men have all emigrated to seek their fortune, leaving behind a surfeit of nubile women. Eric Sykes stars, with John Le Mesurier, Carol White and Warren Mitchell

5.00am Kill or Cure (U) 1962 Bumbling detectives attempt to solve a series of murders at a health clinic by posing as clients in urgent need of physical improvement. Comedy, starring Terry-Thomas, Eric Sykes, Dennis Price and Lionel Jeffries

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Friday 01.04.05 (CET)

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10.45am Girls on Top Charlie Dimmock and Anna Ryder Richardson find out what it takes to do other people's jobs

11.15am Bargain Hunt Auctioneer Tim Wonnacott challenges two teams to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction

11.45am Weakest Link Anne Robinson hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team, eliminating the poorest players as they go

12.30pm Doctors Nathan tries to give Tasha some money for an abortion, and Helen declines Jack's offer of concert tickets

1.00pm EastEnders Emotional highs and lows with the residents of Albert Square (888)

1.30pm Passport to the Sun Life in Majorca during the holiday season

2.30pm Teletubbies Laa-Laa makes up a special song, but she is surprised when it makes the others run away

2.55pm Tweenies Max helps Bella to make a fairy wand and wings

3.15pm Fimbles Florrie, Fimbo and Pom manage to fill a pedal bin with rubbish — and discover some treasures among the junk

3.35pm Bill and Ben Whimsy the spider spins many beautiful webs round the garden, and the flowerpot men discover their musical talents

3.45pm The Story Makers Jelly and Jackson find some bouncy balls and Blue Cow has a go on a trampoline

4.05pm DIY TV The big day arrives for the 12 youngsters as their TV show The Buzz goes on air, with Grange Hill's Jon Newman and Neighbours' Christa Vendy facing the lie detector and Genius Crew providing the music. Last in series

4.30pm Weakest Link Anne Robinson hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team, eliminating the poorest players as they go

5.15pm Big Strong Boys Sarah Matravers and the team visit Spain to revamp the bedroom of a schoolboy whose infatuation with golf influences the design

5.45pm Bargain Hunt Auctioneer Tim Wonnacott challenges two teams to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction

6.15pm Ready, Steady, Cook Kitchen duel in which two celebrity chefs race to create a meal in just 20 minutes. Presented by Ainsley Harriott

7.00pm Gary Rhodes: The Cookery Year The popular chef continues his countdown of seasonal serving suggestions with a selection of Maytime dishes, including asparagus on toast with Parmesan, sea trout and cauliflower cream, goat's cheese bake, and apricot tart with home-made almond ice-cream

7.30pm Two Thousand Acres of Sky Abby encourages Robbie to get away from Ronansay, but is forced to hear a few home truths when Kenny's intervention scuppers his escape plan. Meanwhile, his new bull's impotence forces Malcolm to call in the experts, and Heather succumbs to the romantic atmosphere created in the barn. Drama, starring Michelle Collins and Paul Kaye (888) (Stereo)

8.30pm Mastermind John Humphrys poses the questions in the specialist and general knowledge quiz

9.00pm Coupling Steve and Susan break up after a blazing row and the rest of the episode is shown entirely in split-screen as they both make their own way to the “Temple of Woman”. Mariella Frostrup guest stars

9.30pm Manchild Drama, starring Nigel Havers as Terry, a fortysomething divorcee whose life suddenly seems to have taken a turn for the better

10.00pm Swiss Toni Swiss decides to spoil long-suffering wife Ruth by taking her out for an evening of romance on Valentine's Day. Unfortunately he also invites his staff for a bonding night and arranges to bring his mother along as well

10.30pm Top of the Pops The week's chart-toppers, featuring studio performances, celebrity interviews and the UK's number one single

11.00pm Blackadder Back and Forth Lord Blackadder and his servant Baldrick wreak havoc as they leave the 21st century in a time machine, with disastrous effects on both past and future. Rowan Atkinson, Tony Robinson, Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie and Miranda Richardson star in a special edition of the comedy, originally shown in the Millennium Dome

11.35pm Blackadder In the Making Behind the scenes of the one-off episode Back and Forth, featuring interviews with the cast and hilarious clips from the series

12.00am Clocking Off Julie's brother comes home for their parents' 40th wedding anniversary celebrations and invites her to work with him in Hong Kong. She decides to accept and escape her boring life when there appears to be nothing to keep her in England, especially as none of her friends do a good job of persuading her to stay. Only new machinist Vicky has a hope of changing her mind. Drama, starring Siobhan Finneran and Sharon Duce (888)

1.00am Learning Zone
What the Industrial Revolution Did for Us Dan Cruickshank examines the Industrial Revolution's role in creating modern warfare, recounting the story of the Turtle, the first submarine used in conflict, the invention of the interchangeable Baker rifle, and the first self-propelled rockets. He also examines the humble pulley-block, without which the British Navy couldn't have set sail 1.30am What the Industrial Revolution Did for Us The rise of the urban middle class 2.00am Leonardo The mystery of the Mona Lisa. Last in series 3.00am Make Italian Your Business Language series 3.30am Mexico Vivo An introduction to Mexican Spanish 4.00am The Money Programme Business news 4.30am The Money Programme The realities of football agents 5.00am English Zone For adult learners of all abilities 5.30am Teen English Zone English for teenagers.

TCM

1.50pm The Philadelphia Story (U) 1940 Splendid Hollywood comedy, starring Katharine Hepburn as a spoiled society girl whose second wedding to stuffed shirt John Howard is disrupted by the arrival of her ex-husband and two scandal magazine journalists. The excellent supporting cast includes Cary Grant and James Stewart. It was remade as the Frank Sinatra musical High Society

3.55pm A Day at the Races (U) 1937 Wacky comedy in which the Marx Brothers unleash madness and mayhem while trying to help a bankrupt girl who owns a racehorse and a sanatorium. Also starring Allan Jones, Maureen O'Sullivan and Margaret Dumont

6.00pm No Guts No Glory: 75 Years of Laughter Billy Crystal presents a tribute to Warner Bros comedies, looking back at mirth-making clips from classic films of the past 75 years

7.00pm Arsenic and Old Lace (PG) 1944 Frank Capra's hugely enjoyable black comedy about two sweet little old ladies who happily spend years luring unsuspecting lonely men to their home and poisoning them — until their nephew's marriage plans rock the boat. Based on the hit Broadway play, starring Cary Grant, Raymond Massey, Peter Lorre, Jean Adair and Josephine Hull

9.00pm Blazing Saddles (15) 1974 A black sheriff and an alcoholic ex-gunfighter join forces to foil corrupt businessman Hedley Lamarr, who intends selling town land to a railroad company. Mel Brooks' outrageous, irreverent and completely hilarious Western spoof, in which he co-stars alongside the inspired double-act of Cleavon Little and Gene Wilder. Madeline Kahn is on top form as a husky-voiced Marlene Dietrich-style diva, while Harvey Korman and Slim Pickens also appear. Look out for the infamous campfire sequence — it's definitely one of the highlights

10.40pm Bananas (15) 1971 Woody Allen directs and stars in this comedy as a New York products tester who moves to South America and gets embroiled in a revolution. Also starring Louise Lasser and Carlos Montalban, with a brief appearance by Sylvester Stallone as a hoodlum

12.10am Buddy Buddy (15) 1981 A Mob hit-man's attempts to kill his latest victim are thwarted by a noisy suicide attempt in the next room. Billy Wilder's black comedy, starring Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, Paula Prentiss and Klaus Kinski (888)

1.45am Lolita (15) 1962 A frustrated widow is flattered to be wooed by an eligible middle-aged suitor, but doesn't suspect his attentions are all an elaborate ploy designed to help him seduce her winsome teenage daughter. Stanley Kubrick's controversial drama based on the novel by Vladmir Nabokov, with James Mason, Shelley Winters, Sue Lyon, Peter Sellers and Marianne Stone (888)

4.10am No Guts No Glory: 75 Years of Laughter Billy Crystal presents a tribute to Warner Bros comedies, looking back at mirth-making clips from classic films of the past 75 years

5.00am Our Mother's House (12) 1967 Off-the-wall suspense drama, starring Dirk Bogarde as a man who returns to his ex-wife's home after a three-year absence to discover their children are attempting to cover up her death. Deft chilling touches and creepy performances by the younger actors make this an interesting offering. Margaret Brooks and Mark Lester co-star (888)

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11.15am Flog It! Paul Martin pays a return visit to Lincoln, to meet people eager to earn easy money by selling their treasures at auction. Experts Michael Baggiest and David Barby attempt to predict how much the items will raise

12.00pm Wildlife Documentary exploring the extreme tactics employed by the ostrich in its struggle for survival over 65 million years

12.30pm Wildlife An insight into the wily ways of geckos, the tiny lizards whose courage and ingenuity enable them to out-manoeuvre their attackers

1.00pm Doctors Helen meets Julia to talk about her problems with Jack, and Tasha tells Nathan that she is pregnant and breaks up with him

1.30pm Doctors Nathan asks Ben if he can borrow £200, while Ronnie is finding his living arrangements less than satisfactory and Tasha's pregnancy continues to cause problems between her and Nathan

2.00pm Doctors A woman suffering from Crohn's disease wants to keep her illness secret from her partner and refuses to have an operation, but Helen warns her she is endangering her health

2.30pm Doctors Nathan tries to give Tasha some money for an abortion, and Helen declines Jack's offer of concert tickets

3.00pm Teletubbies The pals have fun playing with their favourite things and watch children learn about the number one

3.25pm Tweenies The pals decide to have a picnic, but bad weather ruins their plans — so they make a rainy day collage

3.45pm Fimbles Pom is delighted to find a clown's red nose but Fimbo suffers a disappointment

4.05pm Bill and Ben The wind blows a picture into the garden, but Bill and Ben misplace it

4.15pm The Story Makers The library-dwelling yarn-spinners make up more stories for children

4.35pm The Story Makers Jackson decides to turn Jelly into a robot
4.50pm The Really Wild Show The team present more amazing wildlife stories from around the world

5.15pm Blue Peter Flies the World Stuart Miles and Konnie Huq visit Copper Canyon in Mexico

5.40pm S Club 7 in LA: Behind the Cameras Music clips and interviews from the group's adventures in Hollywood, including hit singles Two in a Million and Reach

6.10pm Top of the Pops The week's chart-toppers, featuring studio performances, celebrity interviews and the UK's number one single

6.40pm I'd Do Anything Ian Wright hosts the game show in which people face up to their greatest fears trying to win a dream-come-true experience for a loved one, testing the boundaries of friendship and self-sacrifice (Stereo)

7.40pm Casualty Jim's departmental changes enrage Charlie, and when a patient dies in reception, it only adds fuel to the fire and the staff threaten industrial action. Simon confides in Lara about his drug addiction, and Fin is thrilled to discover the engagement ring he bought for Comfort has been found at the site of the train crash. Luke and Bex go speed dating, but it's soon clear they have taken more of a shine to each other than anyone else

8.30pm Natalie Cassidy Goes Wild in Australia The soap star leaves Albert Square behind her and jets off on her own Antipodean wildlife adventure — little anticipating the challenges that await. After performing surgery on a koala, being scared to death by a cassowary and chasing man-eating crocodiles, the 19-year-old wonders why anyone would care for wild animals. Her feelings change, however, when she meets a kangaroo due to be released back into the Outback, and assists in the operation to reintroduce him

9.30pm Reputations Intimate profile of jazz singer Billie Holiday, a woman still seen as one of the genre's greatest vocalists, much admired for her incredible singing voice and sense of improvisational timing. However, despite her great successes, Lady Day, as she was known, is often seen as a tragic figure, a victim of a traumatic upbringing and excesses which included drink and drugs, as well as a string of relationships with violent men. Reputations delves into her life, to discover the truth behind the music, showing footage of her in concert unseen for almost 50 years

10.30pm Happiness Sid and Charlie develop an expensive habit which threatens their cashflow, Rachel kicks Terry out of the house and Danny fails an audition for a new comedy drama. Then, just when it seems things can't get any worse, a nasty shock puts everything into perspective. Gabrielle Richens guest stars

11.00pm Shooting Stars Bradley Walsh, Debbie McGee, David Dickinson and Johnny Vegas guest on the comedy quiz show, chaired by madcap duo Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, with captains Ulrika Jonsson and Will Self (888)

11.30pm Linda Green Linda reluctantly extends the hand of hospitality to mum Iris, who's decided her marriage is over, and tries to work out why she's the only girl at Craven Lane Motors not being groped by newly divorced boss Syd. Comedy, starring Liza Tarbuck

12.00am Linda Green Linda dons a tracksuit and does aerobics in the front garden to attract the attention of a hunky jogger who passes her house every day. Unfortunately he's preparing for a 100-mile triathlon, and although she succeeds in striking up a friendship, his strict training programme makes him reluctant to take things too far. Liza Tarbuck stars

12.30am Top of the Pops The week's chart-toppers, featuring studio performances, celebrity interviews and the UK's number one single

1.00am Learning Zone
Building the Impossible The ancient Egyptians constructed magnificent structures for their dead, but they were almost always robbed by thieves. However, their engineers finally came up with an intruder-proof tomb. In the last episode of the series, a team of experts have the chance to emulate the Egyptians as they set out to recreate one of these tombs — in just four weeks 2.00am Dance Masterclass Act I of Giselle 2.45am Personal Passions With Toyah Willcox 3.00am Understanding Cities Kuala Lumpur's Petronas Towers 3.30am Understanding Cities The Mexican capital 4.00am Eurografters Guide to living and working in Berlin 4.30am Get Me the Manager Complaining to high-street stores 5.00am Follow Me Language series for adult learners 5.15am Follow Me Language series for adult learners 5.30am Kids English Zone English for beginners

TCM

3.00pm Little Off Set An insight into the making of Singin' in the Rain, one of the most famous musicals of all time, which follows

3.05pm Singin' in the Rain (U) 1952 Classic musical comedy following the fortunes of two aspiring Hollywood stars who find their lives changing as the arrival of sound revolutionises film-making. Gene Kelly co-directed, choreographed and starred in this perennially popular offering, with Debbie Reynolds, Donald O'Connor, Jean Hagen and Millard Mitchell. Featuring unforgettable songs including Make 'em Laugh, You Are My Lucky Star and the evergreen title number (888)

5.00pm Kiss Me Kate (U) 1953 Lavish adaptation of Cole Porter's smash Broadway musical about the squabbles of husband-and-wife acting duo Howard Keel and Kathryn Grayson as they appear in a stage version of Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew. Originally filmed in 3-D, this infectiously chirpy offering is well worth a look. Also starring Ann Miller, Keenan Wynn and James Whitmore (888)

7.00pm Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (PG) 1958 A family congregate at the bedside of dying patriarch Burl Ives — a gathering that brings old conflicts to the surface. The simmering tensions are practically palpable in this hugely powerful, acclaimed adaptation of Tennessee Williams' play, boasting the superb pairing of Paul Newman and Elizabeth Taylor, who both received Oscar nominations. Jack Carson and Larry Gates co-star (888)

9.00pm Unforgiven (15) 1992 Clint Eastwood stars as an ageing former gunslinger who reluctantly straps on his six-shooters one last time to help an eager young bounty hunter track down the two cowboys responsible for disfiguring a prostitute. Excellent Oscar-winning Western which was also directed by Eastwood, who deferred making the film for years after buying the rights, until he was old enough to play the lead role. The brilliant performances from his top-notch co-stars, including Gene Hackman, Morgan Freeman, Frances Fisher and Richard Harris, make this a masterpiece

11.25pm Point Blank (15) 1967 Lee Marvin is at his breathtaking best as a gangster out for revenge on his unfaithful wife and the double-crossing partner who shot him and left him for dead. Superbly taut thriller directed with gritty and violent panache by John Boorman. John Vernon, Angie Dickinson and Keenan Wynn also star (888)

1.05am Village of the Damned (U) 1960 Children born in a sleepy English village prove to be alien beings with advanced telepathic powers. Sci-fi thriller adapted from John Wyndham's classic novel The Midwich Cuckoos, starring George Sanders, Barbara Shelley and Michael Gwynn

2.35am The Fixer (15) 1968 A Jew in Tsarist Russia becomes a scapegoat for the murder of a Christian boy and endures physical and psychological torture intended to force him into a confession. Melodrama, starring Alan Bates, Dirk Bogarde, Georgia Brown and Hugh Griffith

5.00am The Angel Wore Red (PG) 1960 A dedicated priest embarks on a torrid affair with a prostitute while fighting alongside loyalists at the height of the Spanish Civil War. Drama, starring Ava Gardner, Dirk Bogarde, Joseph Cotten and Vittorio de Sica

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11.30am Top of the Pops The week's chart-toppers, featuring studio performances, celebrity interviews and the UK's number one single

12.00pm Doctors Medical drama series set in the Midlands, following the personal and professional lives of a group of GPs. Christopher Timothy stars (888)

12.30pm Doctors Medical drama series set in the Midlands, following the personal and professional lives of a group of GPs. Christopher Timothy stars (888)

1.00pm The Royal Wedding: Charles and Camilla Sophie Raworth and Huw Edwards present coverage from Windsor Castle of the wedding blessing between the Prince of Wales and Camilla Parker Bowles including the Service of Prayer and Dedication from St George's Chapel attended by the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and members of the couple's families and friends. Including News and Weather at 1pm (888)

4.30pm Doctors Medical drama series set in the Midlands, following the personal and professional lives of a group of GPs. Christopher Timothy stars (888)

5.00pm Doctors Medical drama series set in the Midlands, following the personal and professional lives of a group of GPs. Christopher Timothy stars (888)

5.30pm Top of the Pops The week's chart-toppers, featuring studio performances, celebrity interviews and the UK's number one single

5.55pm Weakest Link Nine celebrity chefs compete to win the maximum prize

6.45pm Friends Like These Game show in which two teams of best mates battle it out through a series of challenges for the chance to win a dream holiday together. Will their friendships survive?

7.40pm Casualty Part one of two. Harry returns to work and is appalled to learn the nurses are on strike, but his bid to restore the status quo prompts Charlie to draft his resignation letter. Fin and Comfort escape from the hurly-burly of the hospital to enjoy a quiet picnic. Elsewhere, Nikki and Lara are taken hostage after getting caught up in a robbery at a jeweller's, and it's not long before an already dangerous situation spirals out of control completely

8.30pm Born to Be Wild Joanna Lumley tours Kenya to assist in the conservation campaign for Rothschild giraffes

9.30pm Reputations A revealing glimpse at the life of controversial soprano Maria Callas, charting her rise from post-war poverty to international acclaim. The New York-born singer became the consummate diva in a 12-year career which ended in tragedy when the doomed relationship with Aristotle Onassis proved to be her undoing

10.30pm Happiness Angus is forced to alter his lifestyle when he is discharged from hospital, Terry and Rachel struggle to save their marriage, Charlie keeps a promise and Danny does his bit for charity — although his motivation is less than pure. Paul Whitehouse and Mark Heap star, with a guest appearance by Donna Air

11.00pm Shooting Stars Another instalment of the surreal quiz show, with comedians Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer presiding over team captains Ulrika Jonsson and Will Self, who welcome film director and food expert Micheal Winner, Chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Lara Croft model Nell McAndrew and frantic funnyman Johnny Vegas

11.30pm Linda Green Darren and Michelle's wedding day doesn't exactly go according to plan when Jimmy gets run over. Luckily he's okay, but needs round-the-clock attention to nurse him back to health, which prove too much for Linda to cope with — will the arrival of the patient's no-good brother prove a blessing or a curse? Simon Pegg guest stars, with Liza Tarbuck and Sean Gallagher

12.00am Linda Green The gang eagerly prepare for a party, but their transport is delayed, so they decide to make the best of a bad job and have fun at Linda's instead. Katy and Ricky turn up as surprise guests, but Jimmy spoils things by admitting he doesn't think he's cut out for a permanent relationship. Last in series, starring Liza Tarbuck (888)

12.30am Top of the Pops The week's chart-toppers, featuring studio performances, celebrity interviews and the UK's number one single

1.00am Learning Zone
Resurrecting The Dead Sea Scrolls The controversy surrounding the ancient texts which are thought to be influential in today's reading of Christianity and Judaism 2.00am Antarctica An expedition to Antarctica 3.00am The Lapedo Child A ground-breaking forensic investigation 4.00am Eurografters Guide to living and working in Naples 4.30am Get Me the Manager Holiday complaints 5.00am Follow Me Language series for adult learners 5.15am Follow Me Language series for adult learners 5.30am Kids English Zone English for beginners.

TCM

1.05pm The Wheeler Dealers (U) 1963 An unscrupulous Wall Street trader tries to turn the tables on a good-natured Texan con-man by selling him valueless stock, but it turns out to be worth a fortune. Satirical drama, starring James Garner, Lee Remick, Phil Harris, Chill Wills, Louis Nye and John Astin (888)

3.00pm That's Dancing! (U) 1985 Toe-tapping compilation of clips from favourite Hollywood dance spectaculars, featuring Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, Ginger Rogers, Cyd Charisse, James Cagney, Donald O'Connor and Shirley MacLaine

4.55pm The Band Wagon (U) 1953 Exuberant musical comedy that's still a joy to watch, starring Fred Astaire and Jack Buchanan as a has-been Hollywood dancer and a temperamental producer who join forces to stage a song-and-dance spectacular. With Oscar Levant, Cyd Charisse and Nanette Fabray. Featuring the songs That's Entertainment and Dancing in the Dark (888)

7.00pm Somebody Up There Likes Me (PG) 1956 Paul Newman stars in this drama based on the life of Rocky Graziano, the tough New York kid who went through a series of reform schools and prisons before making it to the top of the boxing profession. With Pier Angeli, Steve McQueen and Everett Sloane

9.00pm No Guts, No Glory: 75 Years of Stars Goldie Hawn presents a tribute to the stars associated with legendary film company Warner Bros

10.00pm Dirty Harry (18) 1971 Clint Eastwood takes up the famous Magnum for the first time as the maverick San Francisco detective, setting out to capture a deranged sniper picking off innocent victims at random — only to find his methods working against him. Don Siegel's masterly violent thriller based on actual events, also starring Harry Guardino, Reni Santoni, Andy Robinson and John Vernon

11.55pm Slither (15) 1973 Car thief James Caan joins forces with caravan fanatic Peter Boyle to search for a fortune hidden somewhere in the deserts of California, with a gang of angry mobsters in hot pursuit. Offbeat comedy thriller, also starring Louise Lasser and Sally Kellerman

1.35am The Liquidator (PG) 1965 The secret service persuades a dashing former war hero to take on the role of international spy, luring him into the dangerous world of espionage with promises of fast cars, a new home and romantic encounters with beautiful women. James Bond-style thriller bursting with vim and vigour, starring Rod Taylor, Trevor Howard, David Tomlinson and Jill St John

3.15am Teleshopping A chance to buy goods from the comfort of home

3.30am Murder Most Foul (U) 1964 Eccentric amateur sleuth Miss Marple treads the boards to find a killer among a theatre troupe. Agatha Christie whodunit, starring Margaret Rutherford, Ron Moody, Charles Tingwell, Andrew Cruickshank and Megs Jenkins (888)

5.00am Green Dolphin Street (PG) 1947 A Channel Islander emigrates to New Zealand, but makes the mistake of sending home for the wrong bride. Lavish period romance, starring Lana Turner, Richard Hart and Van Heflin

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11.30am Friends International Two children with shared interests maintain a long-distance friendship between their homes of London and Bombay

11.35am Kids English Zone Teaching English for beginners

12.00pm Animal Park Ben Fogle and Kate Humble go behind the scenes at Longleat House and Safari Park

1.00pm The Good Life Barbara runs into problems when she tries to use a cast iron stove

1.30pm Last of the Summer Wine Billy seems to have gained a stalker, but soon realises he has greater worries after discovering he promised to demonstrate archery at the vicar's garden party — while riding a horse. Peter Sallis and Keith Clifford star

2.00pm Monarch of the Glen Archie is forced to compete in a boat race against his neighbour, the wily Kilwillie, while Katrina runs in the local elections. Light-hearted drama, starring Alastair MacKenzie, Richard Briers and Susan Hampshire

2.50pm Teletubbies The colourful pals watch a flock of penguins and practise walking in all sorts of ways

3.15pm Tweenies The playroom pals have fun learning about windmills and take a magic trip inside bubbles in the sky

3.35pm Fimbles Florrie, Fimbo and Pom are led on an adventure after finding a red balloon — until it gets stuck in a tree

3.55pm Balamory Miss Hoolie makes an effort to cheer up Edie when a downpour means a boat trip has to be cancelled

4.15pm Binka Feline frolics with the fat cat and his pals

4.25pm Bill and Ben The potted pals have fun with a remote-controlled car and give Whoops the Worm the ride of a lifetime

4.35pm Cavegirl Big Sis leaves in a sulk when the boy she's always fancied tells her she's too old for him. With the best-looking girl in the village out of the picture, Cavegirl thinks she's perfect to step into her shoes — but Netal and her mother aren't so sure

5.00pm Weakest Link Anne Robinson hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team, eliminating the poorest players as they go

5.45pm Bargain Hunt Auctioneer Tim Wonnacott challenges two teams to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction

6.15pm Ready, Steady, Cook Kitchen duel in which two celebrity chefs race to create a meal in just 20 minutes. Presented by Ainsley Harriott

7.00pm Doctors Tasha hands in her resignation letter and Jack thinks a young girl may have narcolepsy

7.30pm EastEnders Emotional highs and lows with the residents of Albert Square

8.00pm Holby City Meyer's recovery suffers a setback, Keri gets into a sticky situation after Sandy's birthday party, and Danny becomes involved with an illegal immigrant. Hospital drama, guest starring Paul Shane, Ana Sophrenovic and Miranda Foster

9.00pm Spooks Quinn and his MI5 team search for a consignment of bombs lost between Ireland and the UK — and the subsequent death of a family planning expert makes them fear the culprit is a dangerously unbalanced pro-life terrorist. Drama, starring Matthew Macfadyen, Keeley Hawes, David Oyelowo, Peter Firth and Jenny Agutter (888)

9.50pm Murder in Mind Married couple Daniel and Liz Morton move back into the old family home, which dates from the mid-19th century, and make a grim discovery when they uncover a body buried in the back garden. Convinced by a series of strange events that the house is haunted, they enlist the help of psychic Matthew Hopkins to solve the Victorian murder mystery, and discover Daniel's ancestor Sir Richard Morton initiated the fatal chain of events with his passion for the opposite s_x. Tara Fitzgerald and James Wilby star

11.00pm Coupling Jeff faces a dilemma when Wilma propositions him, and Jane tries to persuade her religious boyfriend James of the benefits of s_x before marriage. Gina Bellman stars

11.30pm Manchild Patrick and James escape from the clutches of their demanding families and spend the weekend admiring fine art, while Terry indulges in his favourite passion with a nude of his own. Mid-life comedy drama, starring Nigel Havers and Anthony Head (888)

12.00am Popcorn Jeremy Sheffield and June Whitfield star in Coming Up For Air. When his boss orders him to take a week off, solicitor Tom heads for Spain and suffers a type of amnesia brought on by delayed shock, overwork and bereavement. With the help of a woman he meets abroad, he is forced to rediscover who he was and gets to know his children and his mother as if for the first time

1.00am Learning Zone
Horizon Documentary telling the story of would-be pioneer Percy Pilcher, who could have been the first person to fly — but for an accident which saw the honour fall to the Wright Brothers, four years later. To mark the 100th anniversary of that inaugural flight, scientists, aviation experts and historians gather to reconstruct Pilcher's machine and put it to the test 2.00am Mars — Pioneering A Planet Human settlement on the red planet 3.00am Ever Wondered About Food? The evolution of the pizza 3.30am Ever Wondered About Food? The lowdown on beans 4.00am Bindi Millionaires Media tycoon Avtar Lit 4.30am Ditch the Day Job Setting up an introduction agency 5.00am Look Ahead English for adult learners 5.30am The Legend of the Lost Keys Humans are threatened by slave-takers

TCM

2.30pm The Asphalt Jungle (PG) 1950 Acclaimed crime thriller chronicling the activities of an ageing crook who assembles a gang of cronies to help organise one last robbery, which he hopes will see him go out at the top of his dubious profession. Starring Sterling Hayden, Louis Calhern, Sam Jaffe, Marc Lawrence and Marilyn Monroe in an early screen appearance. Directed by John Huston (888)

4.35pm Bells Are Ringing (PG) 1960 Sentimental musical following the exploits of a telephone operator who can't help getting personally involved in her callers' lives. Starring Judy Holliday, Dean Martin, Jean Stapleton and Frank Gorshin

7.00pm Hot Millions (U) 1968 Elaborate and hugely enjoyable comedy, co-written by and starring Peter Ustinov as a recently released con-man who soon reverts to his crooked ways, making bundles of cash through bogus companies. With Maggie Smith, Bob Newhart, Karl Malden, Robert Morley and Cesar Romero

9.00pm The Main Event (15) 1979 A bankrupt entrepreneur tries desperately to convince a washed-up boxer to step back into the ring to win her money back — but he is more than a little reluctant. Comedy, starring Barbra Streisand and Ryan O'Neal

11.05pm Brewster McCloud (15) 1970 An eccentric youngster hatches a hare-brained scheme to teach himself to fly using a pair of home-made wings, and hides out in the Houston Astrodrome while he prepares to take to the air. Robert Altman's offbeat comedy, starring Bud Cort, Sally Kellerman and Michael Murphy

1.00am Brotherly Love (15) 1969 An eccentric baronet's incestuous love for his sister leads to the break-up of her marriage and gradually drives him insane. Melodrama, with Peter O'Toole, Susannah York, Brian Blessed and Cyril Cusack

2.50am Teleshopping A chance to buy goods from the comfort of home

3.05am Alfred the Great (PG) 1969 In ninth-century England, Alfred succeeds to the throne of his weak elder brother and leads his demoralised troops into battle against hordes of marauding Vikings. Historical drama, starring David Hemmings, Michael York, Ian McKellen and Julian Glover

5.00am Bridge to the Sun (U) 1961 Romantic drama based on a true story, starring Carroll Baker as an American woman who marries a Japanese diplomat just before the attack on Pearl Harbour. With James Shigeta, James Yagi and Tetsuro Tamba (888)

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12.00pm Animal Park Kate Humble and Paul Heiney meet Esmerelda the snake and see painting conservation in action
1.00pm To The Manor Born Drama, starring Penelope Keith as debt-ridden widow who is forced to sell her manor home

1.30pm Dad's Army The elderly platoon take part in an exercise with the regular Army and everything goes swimmingly — until pompous Captain Mainwaring casts himself as an enemy agent on the run. Comedy, starring Arthur Lowe and Clive Dunn (888)

2.00pm Monarch of the Glen As the Glenbogle cellars fill with water and the bank threatens to call in its loan, Hector stages a rooftop protest. Justine delivers an ultimatum to Archie — return to London or forfeit his share of the restaurant — and Katrina is tempted by the offer of a new life with Alan. Light-hearted drama, starring Richard Briers and Susan Hampshire (888)

2.50pm Teletubbies The pals watch children performing a gymnastic routine

3.15pm Tweenies Milo and Max study a variety of leaves, while Judy searches for an oak tree

3.35pm Fimbles Pom discovers an unusual doll which holds very special surprises

3.55pm Balamory When Penny Pocket gets the hiccups Miss Hoolie suggests she visit Archie for help

4.15pm Binka The fat cat makes a mess when he helps bake a cake and is kept awake by noises in the night

4.25pm Bill and Ben The potted pair make telephones by linking two tin cans with a length of string, and use them to rescue one of their friends

4.35pm The Really Wild Show The team present more amazing wildlife stories from around the world

5.00pm Weakest Link Anne Robinson hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team, eliminating the poorest players as they go

5.45pm Bargain Hunt Auctioneer Tim Wonnacott challenges two teams to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction

6.15pm Ready, Steady, Cook Kitchen duel in which two celebrity chefs race to create a meal in just 20 minutes. Presented by Ainsley Harriott

7.00pm Doctors Ben quizzes Nathan as to why Tasha has resigned, and Tasha tells Nathan she's going to have the baby and then have it adopted. Meanwhile, Jack's wife Ria pays Helen a visit

7.30pm EastEnders Emotional highs and lows with the residents of Albert Square

8.00pm Location, Location, Location Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer come to the aid of a soon-to-wed couple planning a new start in Edinburgh. However, this proves more complicated than expected — the property market is booming, and the money raised from the sale of their old homes won't stretch very far. There's also a lot of competition, which means houses don't stay on the market for very long, and before they can deal with these problems, they'll have to get their heads around Scotland's complex property laws. A wide range of family homes is on offer, but if they want to strike a deal, they may have to take a risk (888)

8.30pm A Place in France Discovering the renovations will cost 10 times more than they budgeted for, Nigel Farrell and Nippi Singh begin to have second thoughts about their farmhouse, and wonder whether they should just cut their losses and sell up

9.00pm Escape to the Country Catherine Gee helps Dawn and John Parry find their ideal family home in West Somerset on their budget of £40,000 (888) (Stereo)

10.00pm Living the Dream A divorced couple give up their lives in England and travel to Spain — together with their new partners and children — to form an unlikely business alliance by opening a B&B. It's an ambitious project which looks like failing even before their convoy of battered vehicles has reached its destination

11.00pm Spooks Quinn and his MI5 team search for a consignment of bombs lost between Ireland and the UK — and the subsequent death of a family planning expert makes them fear the culprit is a dangerously unbalanced pro-life terrorist. Drama, starring Matthew Macfadyen, Keeley Hawes, David Oyelowo, Peter Firth and Jenny Agutter (888)

11.50pm Murder in Mind Married couple Daniel and Liz Morton move back into the old family home, which dates from the mid-19th century, and make a grim discovery when they uncover a body buried in the back garden. Convinced by a series of strange events that the house is haunted, they enlist the help of psychic Matthew Hopkins to solve the Victorian murder mystery, and discover Daniel's ancestor Sir Richard Morton initiated the fatal chain of events with his passion for the opposite s_x. Tara Fitzgerald and James Wilby star

1.00am Learning Zone
Renaissance Andrew Graham-Dixon visits Florence to explore the city's reputation as cradle of the Renaissance. Here the patronage of the fabulously wealthy Medici family encouraged the flowering of talents as diverse as all-round genius Michelangelo, sculptor Donatello, painter Masaccio and architect Brunelleschi, whose experiments with perspective remain a hallmark of the age 2.00am Great Writers of the 20th Century A profile of Virginia Woolf 3.00am Brain and Behaviour The effects of growing old 3.30am Brain and Behaviour The science behind addiction (888) 4.00am How I Made My Property Fortune New entrepreneurs 4.30am The Crunch A sandwich-shop manager struggles to meet targets 5.00am Look Ahead English for adult learners 5.30am The Legend of the Lost Keys Uncle George tries to seal the doorway

TCM

2.15pm Raintree County (PG) 1957 Elizabeth Taylor stars as a Southern belle who marries a schoolmaster, only to find the joys of domesticity aren't anywhere near as fulfilling as she'd expected. Fantastic and compelling romantic melodrama during the American Civil War, with Montgomery Clift, Eva Marie Saint, Lee Marvin and Nigel Patrick

5.20pm Edge of the City (PG) 1957 John Cassavetes stars as a neurotic Army deserter who is befriended by New York railroad worker Sidney Poitier. Director Martin Ritt's powerful drama, also starring Jack Warden and Kathleen Maguire

7.00pm Welcome to Hard Times (15) 1967 The weak-willed mayor of a frontier town stands by as a gunman rapes and murders assorted locals — but finally decides to sort him out once and for all. Rambling and surprisingly violent Western, starring Henry Fonda, Aldo Ray, Janice Rule and Keenan Wynn

9.00pm Rio Bravo (U) 1959 Renegade cowboy John Wayne and drunken sheriff Dean Martin make a courageous stand, battling against a gang of outlaws threatening to tear apart a peace-loving town. Howard Hawks' masterly Western epic is widely regarded as a genre classic, thanks to fine performances from the uniformly excellent cast, and a sense of mischief that makes it all the more watchable. Ricky Nelson, Angie Dickinson and Walter Brennan are among the supporting cast

11.40pm The Night of the Iguana (15) 1964 Meaty drama with some nice comic touches — as might be expected from a play by Tennessee Williams. Richard Burton stars as a drunken preacher who takes a job as a travel guide and gets involved with three women. John Huston's classy direction perfectly complements this intriguing offering. Ava Gardner, Deborah Kerr and Sue Lyon co-star (888)

1.55am Arturo's Island (15) 1962 A neglected teenager is shocked when his father returns home with a new wife in tow — but as he spends time with her, he finds himself developing strong feelings for her. Melodrama, with Reginald Kernan and Vanni De Maigret

3.25am Teleshopping A chance to buy goods from the comfort of home

3.40am Murder at the Gallop (U) 1963 Margaret Rutherford stars as Agatha Christie's much-loved spinster sleuth Miss Marple, who applies her considerable deductive powers to the case of an elderly recluse apparently frightened to death by a cat. Lively mystery, with Flora Robson, Robert Morley and Stringer Davis (888)

5.00am The House of the Seven Hawks (U) 1959 An American sailor embarks on a perilous expedition to find buried Nazi loot stolen in Holland during World War Two. Adventure, starring Robert Taylor, Nicole Maurey, Donald Wolfit and Linda Christian

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12.00pm Animal Park The rhinos start fighting, plus a look at the woodland ramble and the camel shower (888) (Stereo)

1.00pm To the Manor Born Comedy about down-on-her-luck aristocrat Audrey fforbes-Hamilton whose debts have forced her to sell Grantleigh Manor, starring Penelope Keith and Peter Bowles

1.30pm Dad's Army Mainwaring's Home Guard heroes try to raise money for the local Spitfire fund by having a bash at morris dancing, but a rival attraction undermines their popularity. Arthur Lowe stars, with John Le Mesurier and Clive Dunn

2.00pm Monarch of the Glen Archie is aghast to learn Fleming, his main ally at the bank, is facing redundancy, and gambles everything in a desperate bid to stave off financial ruin. Richard Briers stars (888)

2.50pm Teletubbies A pair of boys visit the dentist and the Lion and Bear put in an appearance

3.15pm Tweenies Milo worries he can't join in a circus game because he isn't as funny as the other clowns

3.35pm Fimbles Florrie looks for the perfect face to fill the picture frame she has found

3.55pm Balamory Spencer arrives at the nursery with some spare coloured paper — but Miss Hoolie doesn't need any, so he and Archie use it for their own creations

4.15pm Binka A strange cat who lives in a pond pesters Binka, and Tango learns how to be a great hunter

4.25pm Bill and Ben The pals find a magnet while they're playing, and use it to locate Slowcoach's lost glasses

4.35pm Intergalactic Kitchen The families' plight is made worse by the discovery that they are all allergic to each other, while the Earth children are aghast at the aliens' plan for Robin

5.00pm Weakest Link Anne Robinson hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team, eliminating the poorest players as they go

5.45pm Bargain Hunt Auctioneer Tim Wonnacott challenges two teams to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction

6.15pm Ready, Steady, Cook Kitchen duel in which two celebrity chefs race to create a meal in just 20 minutes. Presented by Ainsley Harriott

7.00pm Doctors Nathan talks to Tasha about the baby, but she tells him she's certain about her decision

7.30pm EastEnders Emotional highs and lows with the residents of Albert Square

8.00pm Keeping Up Appearances Richard takes early retirement, hoping it will turn out to be a blessing in disguise. Comedy, starring Patricia Routledge, Clive Swift and Geoffrey Hughes (888) (Stereo)

8.30pm Yes Minister Hacker and Sir Humphrey are summoned to appear before a select committee investigating charges of waste in the ministry, where they frantically pass the buck to protect themselves and each other. Starring Paul Eddington and Nigel Hawthorne

9.00pm Clocking Off Alan looks forward to a new life of freedom and togetherness with his wife now their two children are on the verge of leaving home, but when he decides to surprise Sally by having a vasectomy he makes a shocking discovery — he's infertile and always has been. Gritty drama, starring Bob Pugh and Lorraine Ashbourne (888)

10.00pm Reputations A revealing glimpse at the life of controversial soprano Maria Callas, charting her rise from post-war poverty to international acclaim. The New York-born singer became the consummate diva in a 12-year career which ended in tragedy when the doomed relationship with Aristotle Onassis proved to be her undoing

11.00pm Mastermind John Humphrys poses the questions in the specialist and general knowledge quiz

11.30pm Happiness Danny asserts his masculinity by joining a karate club, but he meets his match when a teenager proves too difficult to handle. Angus and Terry struggle to get their relationships back on track and Sid has some really bad news for Charlie. Writer Tony Parsons guest stars. Last in series (888) (Stereo)

12.00am Two Thousand Acres of Sky Abby relishes her new role as teacher in the school but has to conspire with Gordon when an official arrives at the school asking questions. Malcolm, on the other hand, is forced to deal with the repercussions

1.00am Learning Zone
Ray Mears' Extreme Survival How a positive mental attitude is vital to survival, as demonstrated by a pair of teenagers lost for two weeks after their boat was wrecked, whose unshakeable belief that help would come kept them alive in extreme conditions 1.30am Ray Mears' Extreme Survival A man who was stranded at sea 2.00am Antarctica An expedition to Antarctica 3.00am Secrets of the Ancients A Greek device for sinking warships 4.00am Trouble at the Top The launch of Europe's first 24-hour mature content radio station 5.00am Look Ahead English for adult learners 5.30am Captain Crimson Children's fictional writing series

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12.55pm Key Largo (PG) 1948 Life at a run-down Florida hotel is thrown into disarray by the arrival of mobster Edward G Robinson and his gang of thugs, who hold the guests hostage until they can make their getaway — oblivious to the tropical storm about to strike. John Huston's thriller, also starring Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Lionel Barrymore and Academy Award-winner Claire Trevor

2.45pm Rio Bravo (U) 1959 Renegade cowboy John Wayne and drunken sheriff Dean Martin make a courageous stand, battling against a gang of outlaws threatening to tear apart a peace-loving town. Howard Hawks' masterly Western epic is widely regarded as a genre classic, thanks to fine performances from the uniformly excellent cast, and a sense of mischief that makes it all the more watchable. Ricky Nelson, Angie Dickinson and Walter Brennan are among the supporting cast

5.25pm The Rounders (PG) 1965 Gentle comedy Western following the rib-tickling misadventures of two modern-day cowboys who want to settle down and live the good life, but never get around to fulfilling their plans. Veteran stars Henry Fonda and Glenn Ford are perfectly paired in the leads, while the supporting cast includes Sue Ann Langdon, Hope Holiday and Chill Wills (888)

7.00pm Zig Zag (PG) 1970 A dying insurance salesman frames himself for a murder he didn't commit so his wife and family can claim a massive policy payout after his execution. Complex thriller, starring George Kennedy, Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson

9.00pm Bullitt (15) 1968 San Francisco police detective Steve McQueen conceals the death of a witness under his protection and goes after the killers himself. Iconic fast-moving thriller featuring one of the most famous car chases in cinema history, with Jacqueline Bisset, Robert Vaughn and Robert Duvall

11.05pm The Formula (PG) 1980 A murder hunt leads a cop to West Germany, where he uncovers a form of synthetic fuel with the potential to wipe out the oil industry. Crime drama, with George C Scott, Marlon Brando and John Gielgud

1.10am The Fixer (15) 1968 A Jew in Tsarist Russia becomes a scapegoat for the murder of a Christian boy and endures physical and psychological torture intended to force him into a confession. Melodrama, starring Alan Bates, Dirk Bogarde, Georgia Brown and Hugh Griffith

3.35am The Day They Robbed the Bank of England (U) 1960 Comedy set in 1901, about a group of Irish patriots who plot to line their pockets and destabilise the British economy by pulling off an audacious crime. With Peter O'Toole, Aldo Ray, Elizabeth Sellars and John Le Mesurier
5.00am Mrs Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter (U) 1968 Comedy musical with a Swinging London background, about a singer who inherits a prize greyhound and enters it in a race. Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits stars, with Stanley Holloway, Mona Washbourne and Lance Percival

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12.00pm Animal Park Kate Humble and Paul Heiney pay a final visit to Longleat Animal Park. Last in series (888) (Stereo)

1.00pm Open All Hours Shopkeeping comedy, with Ronnie Barker as the miserly Arkwright, David Jason as his downtrodden nephew and Lynda Baron as the object of his desire

1.30pm Are You Being Served? The finger of suspicion points at Mr Humphries when money goes missing from the till. John Inman stars

2.00pm Monarch of the Glen A rare and valuable barrel of whisky causes discord on the estate, with Archie, Hector and Kilwillie each having his own idea on how best to dispose of it, and the pending appointment of a Head Ranger does little to clear the air. Light-hearted drama, starring Richard Briers, Alastair MacKenzie and Julian Fellowes (888)

2.50pm Teletubbies The pals watch James and Matthew help their uncle milk cows, while back at Home Hill the Tubby Custard machine isn't working

3.15pm Tweenies The gang learn about the best way to dispose of litter — in the bin

3.35pm Fimbles Fimbo manages to find the moon, but Pom wants it for herself

3.55pm Balamory PC Plum's long fringe keeps getting in his eyes, but he doesn't have time to visit the barber

4.15pm Binka Everyone wants Binka's treasure and the fat cat has fun riding in a pushchair — but finds Mr Bolt's wheelbarrow a much bumpier ride

4.25pm Bill and Ben The potted pair wear themselves out looking after Tad the Frog

4.35pm Stitch Up! CBBC's very own spy kids take to the streets with hidden cameras and microphones to catch members of the public in all manner of embarrassing situations

5.00pm Weakest Link Anne Robinson hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team, eliminating the poorest players as they go

5.45pm Bargain Hunt Auctioneer Tim Wonnacott challenges two teams to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction

6.15pm Ready, Steady, Cook Kitchen duel in which two celebrity chefs race to create a meal in just 20 minutes. Presented by Ainsley Harriott

7.00pm Gary Rhodes: The Cookery Year The popular chef continues to use the pick of the harvest as he prepares a summer fruit family slice, reveals a recipe for roast duckling with gooseberry and marjoram onions, and serves up a crisp courgette tart

7.30pm Two Thousand Acres of Sky Abby's old friends visit to celebrate Jackie's forthcoming wedding, but their verbal and sexual indiscretions threaten the couple's island life. Meanwhile, Douglas's former wife returns to Ronansay, but it is not clear whether she has forgiven him for his affair with her sister. With Michelle Collins, Paul Kaye, Michael Carter, Monica Gibb and Sean Scanlan

8.30pm Mastermind John Humphrys poses the questions in the specialist and general knowledge quiz

9.00pm Coupling Wilma offers Jeff “no strings” s_x, Steve compares his relationship to the Cold War and Sally tells Susan about a useful agency named Man Test. Comedy, starring Jack Davenport and Gina Bellman

9.30pm Manchild Gary visits a strip club with his more experienced pals and James experiences problems with his new penis, prompting him to seek medical advice. Terry puts on his dancing shoes in the hope of sweeping a salsa teacher off her feet and Patrick also gets a roving eye as he attempts to return to his roots. Nigel Havers and Anthony Head star

10.00pm Swiss Toni The salesman is distraught to hear one of his closest friends is mature content, and begins to worry about his own sexual orientation. When his mother and wife begin to voice their concerns about his lack of prowess, coupled with that strong sense of style and grooming, he decides to find out once and for all by “testing” himself on Paul

10.30pm Top of the Pops The week's chart-toppers, featuring studio performances, celebrity interviews and the UK's number one single

11.00pm Born to Be Wild Joanna Lumley tours Kenya to assist in the conservation campaign for Rothschild giraffes

12.00am Clocking Off Alan looks forward to a new life of freedom and togetherness with his wife now their two children are on the verge of leaving home, but when he decides to surprise Sally by having a vasectomy he makes a shocking discovery — he's infertile and always has been. Gritty drama, starring Bob Pugh and Lorraine Ashbourne (888)

1.00am Learning Zone
Blood of the Vikings Julian Richards examines 90 years of violence that started in 856AD when the great Viking army swept across England. He investigates the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle's account of a decisive Viking victory near Repton in the Midlands, and talks to Oxford archaeologists who have discovered a number of pagan burial sites (888) 2.00am Reputations Profile of tycoon Aristotle Onassis 3.00am Make French Your Business Learning French for commerce 3.35am Mexico Vivo The culture of Mexico 4.00am The Money Programme Business news 4.30am The Money Programme The rise and fall of Sunny Delight 5.00am English Zone For adult learners of all abilities 5.30am Spelling with the Spellits Exploring words

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12.05pm Dodge City (PG) 1939 Upright citizen Errol Flynn arrives in the infamous frontier town to find that cowboys and rapscallions rule the roost — and is so shocked by the plight of the beleaguered residents, he decides to take the job of sheriff and rid the area of bad guys. As difficult as his task is, he still finds time to do his best to sweep local girl Olivia de Havilland off her feet, but she's not so keen on the idea. Classic stirring Western, also starring Ann Sheridan, Bruce Cabot, Frank McHugh and Alan Hale (888)

2.00pm Behind the Scenes: Grand Prix — Challenge of Champions The direction and cinematography of John Frankenheimer's racing drama, which stars James Garner and Toshiro Mifune. The movie can be seen next

2.10pm Grand Prix (PG) 1966 Oscar-winning, high-octane drama from director John Frankenheimer, about the lives and loves of a circle of racing drivers as they engage in a tense battle both on and off the track. James Garner, Eva Marie Saint, Yves Montand and Toshiro Mifune are among the top-notch cast (888)

5.15pm Speedway (U) 1968 Elvis Presley stars as a cash-strapped stock-car racer who is pursued by attractive tax inspector Nancy Sinatra. One of the king's trashiest offerings, this romantic musical has little to offer audiences — even the fast cars fail to get pulses racing. Gale Gordon, Bill Bixby, Carl Ballantine and Ross Hagen also star

7.00pm Marlowe (PG) 1969 Down-at-heel private eye Philip Marlowe is hired to find a girl's missing brother, and uncovers a trail of murder and blackmail involving a gangster and his TV star mistress. Adaptation of Raymond Chandler's The Little Sister, starring James Garner as the eponymous detective, alongside Gayle Hunnicutt, Bruce Lee and Rita Moreno (888)

9.00pm Kelly's Heroes (PG) 1970 American soldiers inadvertently discover the whereabouts of a fortune in Nazi gold — leading to an explosive climax as they go behind enemy lines to get their hands on the bullion. Exciting but uneven World War Two adventure with some great action sequences, starring Clint Eastwood, Telly Savalas, Donald Sutherland and Harry Dean Stanton

11.45pm Soylent Green (PG) 1973 Chilling sci-fi thriller set in the overpopulated New York of 2022, starring Charlton Heston as a cop who links a murder with the mysterious synthetic food fed to the populace. Director Richard Fleischer seems to lose his way in the middle, but it's worth staying tuned for the ending. The strong support cast includes Edward G Robinson, Leigh Taylor-Young and Chuck Connors (888)

1.30am The Biggest Bundle of Them All (PG) 1968 A small-time crook and a gang of enthusiastic amateurs make the mistake of trying to kidnap a legendary crime boss in Naples. Comedy caper, starring Robert Wagner, Raquel Welch, Edward G Robinson and Godfrey Cambridge (888)

3.35am Joe: The Busy Body (PG) 1972 An unassuming TV scriptwriter finds himself in a tricky situation when he accidentally kills a blackmailer — leaving him desperately trying to stay one step ahead of the law as he disposes of the corpse. Rib-tickling French comedy, starring Louis de Funes, Bernard Blier, Claude Gensac and Michel Galabru

5.00am Postman's Knock (U) 1962 Gentle comedy about a conscientious rural postman whose efficiency earns him a transfer to London, where he foils a gang of crooks. Spike Milligan, Barbara Shelley and Wilfrid Lawson star

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11.30am Top of the Pops The week's chart-toppers, featuring Garbage, Faith Evans, Bodyrockers, Feeder, Tony Christie featuring Peter Kay, Mel C and Maroon 5 performing in Montreal (888) (Stereo)

12.00pm TOTP 2 Phill Jupitus selects more Top of the Pops favourites, featuring Rod Stewart, Ian Dury, De La Soul, Prince Buster, Ms Dynamite and Sailor

12.30pm Jim Davidson's Generation Game More fun on the family game show, presented by Jim Davidson and Lea Kristensen

1.30pm Passport to the Sun Life in Majorca during the holiday season

2.00pm Doctors Medical drama series set in the Midlands, following the personal and professional lives of a group of GPs. Christopher Timothy stars

2.30pm Doctors Medical drama series set in the Midlands, following the personal and professional lives of a group of GPs. Christopher Timothy stars

3.00pm Doctors Medical drama series set in the Midlands, following the personal and professional lives of a group of GPs. Christopher Timothy stars

3.30pm Doctors Medical drama series set in the Midlands, following the personal and professional lives of a group of GPs. Christopher Timothy stars

4.00pm The Good Life Tom and Barbara introduce livestock into suburban Surbiton — an idea that doesn't go down too well with the neighbours. Comedy, starring Richard Briers and Felicity Kendal

4.30pm Dad's Army A landmine cuts off all power and communications services in Walmington-on-Sea, but Captain Mainwaring rises to the challenge by declaring martial law, while Pike also gets stuck — in some iron railings, that is. Vintage comedy, starring Arthur Lowe and Ian Lavender

5.00pm Top of the Pops The week's chart-toppers, featuring Garbage, Faith Evans, Bodyrockers, Feeder, Tony Christie featuring Peter Kay, Mel C and Maroon 5 performing in Montreal (888) (Stereo)

5.30pm TOTP 2 Phill Jupitus selects more Top of the Pops favourites, featuring Rod Stewart, Ian Dury, De La Soul, Prince Buster, Ms Dynamite and Sailor

5.55pm Weakest Link A Eurovision special featuring former entries Jessica Garlick and Sonia, and featuring a special narration by Terry Wogan

6.45pm Friends Like These Ian Wright hosts the game show in which two teams of best mates battle it out through a series of challenges for the chance to win a dream holiday together

7.40pm Casualty Conclusion. Harry pulls out all the stops to save Nikki's life following her terrifying fall, while Lara finally manages to escape with the help of one of the robbers. Josh begs Charlie not to resign — but a timely phone call from Canada could make the long-suffering nurse's mind up for him — and Abs is stunned when Lara lies to cover up Simon's mistakes

8.30pm Born to Be Wild Nicholas Lyndhurst journeys to Uganda where he helps oversee the return of 15 orphaned and abused chimps to their natural habitat in a lush rainforest sanctuary. Unfortunately for the actor, his charges' new home is to be an island in the middle of Lake Victoria with no power or running water, and only bellowing hippos and billions of lake flies for company

9.30pm Kathleen Ferrier: An Ordinary Diva An intimate portrait of the popular British contralto, offering an insight into how she transformed herself into an international artist with a formidable reputation, revered by the public and honoured by her peers. Her story is told using letters sent to family and friends which capture her adventures during tours of Europe, the US and Canada, revealing the ups and downs of an extraordinary life cut short by cancer in 1953 at the age of just 41. Featuring contributions from Janet Baker, Evelyn Barbirolli, George Christie and Marion Thorpe. Narrated by Robert Lindsay, with readings by Patricia Routledge

10.30pm Happiness Danny asserts his masculinity by joining a karate club, but he meets his match when a teenager proves too difficult to handle. Angus and Terry struggle to get their relationships back on track and Sid has some really bad news for Charlie. Writer Tony Parsons guest stars. Last in series

11.00pm Shooting Stars Celebrity hairdresser Nicky Clarke and presenters Tania Strecker and Quentin Willson join regulars Ulrika Jonsson, Will Self and Johnny Vegas for another round of the surreal quiz show. Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer host, while George Dawes keeps track of the scores

11.30pm Top of the Pops The week's chart-toppers, featuring Garbage, Faith Evans, Bodyrockers, Feeder, Tony Christie featuring Peter Kay, Mel C and Maroon 5 performing in Montreal (888) (Stereo)

12.00am TOTP 2 Phill Jupitus selects more Top of the Pops favourites, featuring Rod Stewart, Ian Dury, De La Soul, Prince Buster, Ms Dynamite and Sailor

12.30am The Office Another chance to see the first episode of the award-winning comedy, starring Ricky Gervais as David Brent, a self-important office manager who inflicts his sledgehammer wit on hapless colleagues Tim, who is stuck in a job he hates, pedantic jobsworth Gareth, and smart, sassy Dawn. David is ordered to raise staff morale, just as Head Office start dropping threatening hints about redundancies. With Martin Freeman and Mackenzie Crook

1.00am Learning Zone
Horizon Documentary telling the story of would-be pioneer Percy Pilcher, who could have been the first person to fly — but for an accident which saw the honour fall to the Wright Brothers four years later. To mark the 100th anniversary of that inaugural flight, scientists, aviation experts and historians gather to reconstruct Pilcher's machine and put it to the test 2.00am Antarctica Educational programme 3.00am Brain and Behaviour The effects of growing old (888) 3.30am Brain and Behaviour The science behind addiction 4.00am Property People Behind the scenes at an estate agency 5.00am Follow Me Language series for adult learners 5.15am Follow Me Language series for adult learners 5.30am Kids English Zone Food

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11.25am Valley of the Kings (U) 1954 A group of archaeologists clash with looters searching for treasure in an ancient Egyptian tomb. Dull action adventure with a paper-thin plot, starring Robert Taylor, Eleanor Parker, Carlos Thompson and Victor Jory

1.05pm Three Godfathers (U) 1948 A trio of bandits rob a bank and escape across the desert, where they discover a pregnant woman who dies during childbirth, leaving them to care for her newborn baby. Sentimental Western, starring John Wayne, Pedro Armendariz and Harry Carey Jnr (888)

3.00pm Little Off Set Acclaimed director Stanley Donen shares his thoughts on some of the most famous Hollywood musicals

3.10pm Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (U) 1954 Howard Keel stars alongside Jane Powell in this musical Western about a cowboy whose decision to get married prompts his six hell-raising brothers to follow suit — by kidnapping prospective brides from neighbouring villages. Stanley Donen directs, while the Johnny Mercer-Jean Paul score keeps things moving at an enjoyable pace. With Jeff Richards, Julie Newmar, Russ Tamblyn and Tommy Rall. Adolph Deutsch and Saul Chaplin picked up an Academy Award for their musical direction but it's Michael Kidd's wonderful dance sequences that really shine (888)

5.05pm Show Boat (U) 1951 Kathryn Grayson heads the cast in this energetic adaptation of Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein's sumptuous musical extravaganza, as wonderfully innocent showgirl Magnolia who, while working on paddle-steamer The Cotton Blossom, falls head over heels in love with handsome gambler Howard Keel. However, it's not long before their grand romance loses its lustre, prompting the workshy ne'er-do-well to scarper, and forcing his stricken wife to search for the support she needs among her old friends on the boat. Ava Gardner, Agnes Moorehead, Joe E Brown, Marge Champion and Robert Sterling are also among the top drawer cast. Classic tunes include Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man, After the Ball and a gorgeous rendition of Ol' Man River

7.00pm Operation Crossbow (PG) 1965 Fascinating World War Two action adventure about a small group of commandos who set out to destroy a secret Nazi missile base, leading to all kinds of daredevil exploits as they try to complete their mission. The all-star cast includes George Peppard, Sophia Loren, Trevor Howard, Tom Courtenay, Anthony Quayle and John Mills (888)

9.00pm Lethal Weapon (18) 1987 Mel Gibson stars in the first of the flashy Lethal Weapon films, as a mentally unstable Vietnam veteran-turned-cop who teams up with steady family man Danny Glover to investigate a suicide. Their undercover work soon finds them up against a ruthless drugs ring — leading to a particularly violent and bloody encounter. Gary Busey, Michael Ryan and Tom Atkins co-star

11.05pm Wild Rovers (15) 1971 A depressed middle-aged cowboy and his sidekick rob a bank and go on the run to evade justice. Blake Edwards' Western comedy drama, starring William Holden, Ryan O'Neal, Karl Malden, Tom Skerritt, Joe Don Baker and Rachel Roberts

1.25am The Americanisation of Emily (PG) 1964 Offbeat comedy about the blossoming romance between a Navy officer and his war-widow driver. Starring James Garner, Julie Andrews, Melvyn Douglas and James Coburn

3.20am Teleshopping A chance to buy goods from the comfort of home

3.35am Murder, She Said (U) 1961 Ageing sleuth Miss Marple witnesses a murder on a train, but the police put her claims down to an over-active imagination, prompting her to launch a private investigation. Agatha Christie whodunit, starring Margaret Rutherford, Arthur Kennedy, Muriel Pavlow and James Robertson Justice (888)

5.00am Conspirator (U) 1949 A naive newlywed is astounded to learn the man she's just married is a spy — and what's more, he's been ordered to silence her for good. Romantic melodrama, with Elizabeth Taylor, Robert Taylor, Honor Blackman and Wilfrid Hyde White

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12.00pm Animal Park Longleat's resident vet is called to treat Limbo the elephant, who has broken a tusk, while Lord Bath, the owner of the estate, conducts a guided tour of the house and shows off his murals. Presented by Kate Humble and Ben Fogle

1.00pm The Good Life Tom draws on every resource in his efforts to practise self-sufficiency and builds a generator that runs on animal dung. Comedy, starring Richard Briers and Felicity Kendal

1.30pm Last of the Summer Wine Wesley and Barry devise another money-making plan to sell hot dogs to weary hikers and travellers, while Clegg, Truly and Tom fondly remember Compo and imagine how Nora Batty's arrival in Australia will cause misery for the folks Down Under. Peter Sallis stars

2.00pm Monarch of the Glen Curiosity gets the better of Archie's girlfriend Justine, who arrives from London, only to discover he needs to lay a few old ghosts to rest in his Highland retreat. Meanwhile, Hector suspects Molly has a secret lover. Light-hearted drama, starring Richard Briers, Susan Hampshire, Alastair MacKenzie and Lorraine Pilkington

2.50pm Teletubbies The friends watch Tamzin Griffin pretend to be Funny Lady and tell the story of a naughty hat

3.15pm Tweenies Milo's trainers and the dressing-up shoes go missing and Max's gardening boots disappear — so the friends turn detective to find them

3.35pm Fimbles Rockit tries to keep as still as Florrie's garden gnome — but soon discovers it isn't easy

3.55pm Balamory Miss Hoolie asks Josie to tell an animal story to brighten up a rainy day

4.15pm Binka Feline frolics with the fat cat and his pals

4.25pm Bill and Ben During a game of hide-and-seek, Ben stumbles across a cellar beneath the house

4.35pm Cavegirl The teenager runs away to join the Bandits, a tribe of youngsters who don't get bossed around by their parents, and teaches her father to stand up for himself when her mother leaves him for another man

5.00pm Weakest Link Anne Robinson hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team, eliminating the poorest players as they go

5.45pm Bargain Hunt Auctioneer Tim Wonnacott challenges two teams to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction

6.15pm Ready, Steady, Cook Kitchen duel in which two celebrity chefs race to create a meal in just 20 minutes. Presented by Ainsley Harriott

7.00pm Doctors Medical drama series set in the Midlands, following the personal and professional lives of a group of GPs. Christopher Timothy stars

7.30pm EastEnders Emotional highs and lows with the residents of Albert Square

8.00pm Holby City Jess gets more than she bargained for on her first day as a student nurse, Steve starts to feel the pressure when he has to deal with the aftermath of a disastrous school trip, and Danny shocks Diane by asking if he can move in. Medical drama, with guest appearances by Sylvia Syms and Jean Marsh

9.00pm Spooks Tom and Helen pose as a married couple in an attempt to close in on a far-right racist — but the target realises someone's on to him and the duo find themselves forced to decide between the integrity of the assignment and their own safety — a choice which ends in tragedy. Gritty drama, starring Matthew Macfadyen and Lisa Faulkner

9.50pm Murder in Mind Escaped convict Jamie Holt's life seems to be going smoothly — since fleeing to the North Yorkshire Moors he has married, had two children and is running a pub and B&B with wife Alyson, who knows nothing about his history. Unfortunately the past rears its ugly head when old acquaintance Chaz Hadley arrives and asks him to get rid of a love rival — a job which carries a handsome reward, but also the danger of a lengthy prison sentence. Will Jamie choose to pay off his debts at the risk of losing his family? Crime drama, starring Gary Kemp, Gaynor Faye and Phil Davis

11.00pm Coupling Wilma offers Jeff “no strings” s_x, Steve compares his relationship to the Cold War and Sally tells Susan about a useful agency named Man Test. Comedy, starring Jack Davenport and Gina Bellman

11.30pm Manchild Gary visits a strip club with his more experienced pals and James experiences problems with his new penis, prompting him to seek medical advice. Terry puts on his dancing shoes in the hope of sweeping a salsa teacher off her feet and Patrick also gets a roving eye as he attempts to return to his roots. Nigel Havers and Anthony Head star

12.00am Popcorn Ray Burdis, Lucy Benjamin and Lucy Davis star in The Real Arnie Griffin, a comedy about a store detective who tries his hand at investigating a hit-and-run incident involving two local car dealers — an accident-prone adventure that doesn't go too smoothly and reveals more about the wannabe policeman than he would have ever imagined. Directed by Nigel Havers

1.00am Learning Zone
Atlantis Uncovered Investigation into the popular myth of Atlantis. Following the devastating flood which supposedly destroyed the ancient civilisation, the survivors of this super-race are said to have travelled the world, taking their advanced knowledge with them. If the legend has any basis in fact, the whole of human history will need to be rewritten — however, members of the scientific community scoff at the notion 2.00am Mars: Death or Glory? Future Mars expeditions 2.45am Truth Will Out: There's Intelligent Life Elsewhere in the Universe Alien civilisations 3.00am Rough Science Hands-on science show 3.30am Science Shack Viewers' questions answered 4.00am Bindi Millionaires Yoga trainer Vimla Lalvani Schloesser 4.30am P-Y Gerbeau's Rules of the Game Series exploring the business world 5.00am The Lost Secret The secret of a South American civilisation 5.15am The Lost Secret The secret of a South American civilisation 5.30am Captain Crimson Children's fictional writing series.

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1.45pm The Champ (PG) 1979 A former prizefighter's meeting with his rich and successful ex-wife prompts him to return to the ring in an effort to win back the affection of their son — with dreadful consequences. Heart-rending drama, starring Jon Voight, Faye Dunaway, Ricky Schroder, Jack Warden and Joan Blondell (888)

4.10pm Home from the Hill (PG) 1960 Robert Mitchum stars in this stirring all-star drama about a Southern patriarch whose womanising threatens the stability of his entire family — a tense situation made worse by his illegitimate son's desire to be embraced to the bosom of the family. With Eleanor Parker, George Hamilton and George Peppard

7.00pm Once a Thief (PG) 1965 An ex-convict decides to go straight for the sake of his wife and child, but has difficulty finding legitimate work and eventually returns to a life of crime. Melodrama, starring Alain Delon, Ann-Margret, Van Heflin and Jack Palance

9.00pm Whose Life Is It Anyway? (15) 1981 A sculptor is left paralysed from the neck down after a road accident and, after realising he'll never regain control of his body, decides to take on the medical profession for the right to die with dignity. Believable sentimental drama tackling a sensitive subject, with Richard Dreyfuss, John Cassavetes and Christine Lahti (888)

11.15pm The Carey Treatment (15) 1972 A pathologist resolves to prove a colleague was not to blame for a teenager's death, only to find himself under fire from her enraged father — who just happens to be his boss. Thriller, with James Coburn, Jennifer O'Neill and Pat Hingle (888)

1.05am Where the Spies Are (PG) 1965 Light-hearted Sixties espionage romp about a country doctor cajoled into working for the British secret service. David Niven stars, with John Le Mesurier and Cyril Cusack (888)

3.10am Edward My Son (PG) 1949 An unscrupulous rich man begins to regret the pain he has inflicted on his son and associates. Sentimental drama, starring Spencer Tracy, Deborah Kerr and Ian Hunter

5.00am The Barretts of Wimpole Street (PG) 1957 Drama set in 19th-century England, chronicling the troubled love affair between poets Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning. It's too clunky and sombre to be an enjoyable, or even interesting film, despite the presence of normally reliable stars, including John Gielgud, Jennifer Jones, Bill Travers and Virginia McKenna

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12.00pm Animal Park Wolf expert Sean Ellis demonstrates his ability to communicate with the lupine population at Longleat Safari Park by howling to lead them to a fertile female, as he has noticed the pack's numbers are dropping. Meanwhile, the first tapir born at the estate has trouble with its legs

1.00pm The Good Life Tom is tempted to earn some extra money, but it's not to pay the bills or replenish his dwindling savings. Comedy, starring Richard Briers, Felicity Kendal, Penelope Keith and Paul Eddington

1.30pm Last of the Summer Wine Wesley demonstrates his new, hand-crafted trolley, complete with deluxe car seat — guaranteed to bring back childhood memories to the dispirited Smiler

2.00pm Monarch of the Glen Archie's 30th birthday approaches, but while he would rather forget about it, Molly goes out of her way to celebrate, and Hector resolves to find him a suitable bride to provide the family with an heir. Light-hearted Scottish drama, starring Richard Briers, Alastair Mackenzie and Susan Hampshire

2.50pm Teletubbies A boy helps his dad plant geraniums, while nine pretty flowers appear in Teletubbyland, but Laa-Laa and Dipsy can't decide who should water them

3.15pm Tweenies Milo invents a game which involves going up and down the slide, but when Doodles tries to join in he gets stuck in a tree

3.35pm Fimbles Fimbo finds an envelope, so Rockit becomes a post frog and discovers everyone has mail to be delivered

3.55pm Balamory PC Plum is exhausted after staying up all night feeding newborn lambs — but fortunately Edie McCredie knows somebody who can wake him up

4.15pm Binka Feline frolics with the fat cat and his pals

4.25pm Bill and Ben The duo rescue Rose from a garden sprinkler but manage to flood Slowcoach's house

4.35pm Raven Elimination fantasy game show

5.00pm Weakest Link Anne Robinson hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team, eliminating the poorest players as they go

5.45pm Bargain Hunt Auctioneer Tim Wonnacott challenges two teams to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction

6.15pm Ready, Steady, Cook Kitchen duel in which two celebrity chefs race to create a meal in just 20 minutes. Presented by Ainsley Harriott

7.00pm Doctors Medical drama series set in the Midlands, following the personal and professional lives of a group of GPs. Christopher Timothy stars

7.30pm EastEnders Emotional highs and lows with the residents of Albert Square

8.00pm Going Ape BBC producer Alastair Fothergill and conservationist Saba Douglas-Hamilton go back to basics when they try to emulate our simian cousins, the chimps, and live as they do in the remote Tai forest in west Africa

9.00pm Top Gear James May goes for a spin in the new Subaru Legacy, Richard Hammond tests Peugeot and Renault's new coupe convertibles and Jeremy Clarkson looks at the changing face of Bentley with the Continental GT. Comic actor Rob Brydon is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car and the team attempt to find out the safest way to escape from a submerged vehicle

10.00pm The Human Mind Professor Robert Winston investigates the ways in which the brain enables people to communicate with others and form friendships, revealing how the mind recognises individuals and reads body language and explaining the tell-tale signs of lying. The theories are put to the test as a woman heads for New Zealand to meet her future in-laws for the first time. Last in series

11.00pm Casualty Nikki's slow recovery from the fall is set back by the devastating news that she can no longer work as a paramedic, while Abs tells Simon his irrational behaviour is beginning to affect Lara. Luke reluctantly attends the inquest, where Kate insists Greg's death was his fault, and after the verdict is announced, Luke makes the hasty decision to quit. Charlie also makes a decision about his future, taking a six-month sabbatical in Canada to work on Baz's project — but will he want to come back?

11.50pm Holby City Lisa attempts to change Terry's mind when he decides to get a divorce following the successful operation to remove his cancerous tumour. Diane gives Danny the cold shoulder after hearing him boasting about their relationship and Steve confronts Jess about leading a kick-boxing class in her lunch hour and failing to display the attitude necessary for nursing

1.00am Learning Zone
Great Romances of the 20th Century The love affair between Juan and Evita Peron 1.30am Great Romances of the 20th Century Winston and Clementine Churchill 2.00am Lewis Carroll: Curiouser and Curiouser Profile of the Victorian writer 3.00am The Great Philosophers The ideas of Arthur Schopenhauer 3.45am Truth Will Out: The Mapping of the Human Gene Changes in the gene pool 4.00am Property People Behind the scenes at an estate agency 5.00am The Lost Secret The secret of a South American civilisation 5.15am The Lost Secret The secret of a South American civilisation 5.30am Captain Crimson Children's fictional writing series

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3.00pm How the West Was Won (PG) 1963 Oscar-nominated epic Western following three generations of a pioneering farming family trying to build a new life on the frontier in 1830s America. The star-studded cast includes James Stewart, John Wayne, Gregory Peck, Henry Fonda, Debbie Reynolds, Lee J Cobb and Eli Wallach. Henry Hathaway, John Ford and George Marshall handle the directorial duties (888)

5.45pm Arena (U) 1953 The death of a close friend prompts egotistical rodeo rider Gig Young to reassess his feckless life, leading him to mend his ways and set out to win back his estranged wife. Overwrought Western melodrama, also starring Jean Hagen, Polly Bergen and Harry Morgan

7.00pm The Sunshine Boys (PG) 1975 A former vaudeville double act agree to reunite for a TV special — even though they can't stand the sight of each other. Neil Simon's winning Odd Couple-style sentimental comedy, adapted from his Broadway play, starring George Burns in an Oscar-winning role, alongside Walter Matthau, Richard Benjamin and Howard Hesseman (888)

9.00pm Little Off Set Charlton Heston speaks about his role in Ben-Hur, including his experiences filming the legendary chariot race. There's a chance to see the film next

9.15pm Ben-Hur (PG) 1959 Epic set at the time of Christ, starring Charlton Heston as a Jewish galley slave who is adopted by a Roman admiral and resolves to exact revenge on a former childhood friend whose allegiances makes him a sworn enemy. The film won 11 Oscars, and features the now-legendary chariot race sequence. Also starring Stephen Boyd, Jack Hawkins, Haya Harareet and Hugh Griffith (888)

1.00am The Hill (PG) 1965 Director Sidney Lumet's grim drama set in a British military prison in Africa during World War Two, where the arrival of five new inmates leads to disaster. Starring Sean Connery, Harry Andrews, Ian Hendry, Michael Redgrave and Roy Kinnear

3.05am Teleshopping A chance to buy goods from the comfort of home

3.20am The Man Who Laughs (15) 1966 Period drama about a youth and his disfigured brother who get entangled in the machinations of the infamous 16th-century Italian Borgia family. Starring Lisa Gastoni and Edmund Purdom

5.00am Damon and Pythias (U) 1962 A man heroically offers himself as a hostage to enable his condemned best friend to escape a death sentence. Costume drama based on the Greek myth, starring Guy Williams, Don Burnett, Ilaria Occhini and Liana Orfei (888)

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12.00pm Animal Park A giraffe undergoes emergency surgery to save its jaw and Lord Bath reveals how he happily co-exists with his ghostly ancestors. Ben Fogle and Kate Humble present

1.00pm The Good Life Tom finds himself suffering a bad back during harvest time, which leaves Barbara to do all the work on her own — a situation made worse by terrible weather conditions. Classic sitcom, starring Richard Briers, Felicity Kendal, Paul Eddington and Penelope Keith

1.30pm Last of the Summer Wine Barry buys Glenda a chaise longue from Auntie Wainwright's shop as an anniversary present, but it soon proves to be more than just something to sit on. Meanwhile, Howard finds himself locked in Pearl's bedroom with no means of escape, so Truly, Clegg and Billy set out on a rescue mission. Comedy, starring Peter Sallis

2.00pm Monarch of the Glen An American arrives in town claiming to be the rightful Laird of Glenbogle, and demands the right to prove himself in an ancient clan ritual. Meanwhile, Katrina returns without Fergal and the way seems clear for Archie, but she may have a battle on her hands as Lexie prepares to fight for the love of her life

2.50pm Teletubbies The gang encounter a lost lamb, and cheer it up by playing games

3.15pm Tweenies Judy visits a farm and shows the gang where milk comes from

3.35pm Fimbles Fimbo discovers a woolly hat he thinks might be magical, and tries to make his cracker disappear with it

3.55pm Balamory Josie Jump looks after a baby, but it won't stop crying

4.15pm Step Inside Twinkle, Boris and Chloe invite viewers inside the magic house for another story

4.25pm Teletubbies Everywhere Adventures away from Teletubbyland, as children in India sing and dance while counting to three

4.35pm Cavegirl Trunk develops a wild streak and Cavegirl thinks she's in love

5.00pm Weakest Link Anne Robinson hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team, eliminating the poorest players as they go

5.45pm Bargain Hunt Auctioneer Tim Wonnacott challenges two teams to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction

6.15pm Ready, Steady, Cook Kitchen duel in which two celebrity chefs race to create a meal in just 20 minutes. Presented by Ainsley Harriott

7.00pm Doctors Julia speaks her mind when a blind man's ex-wife is forced to look after him after the woman he left her for dumps him. Meanwhile, Nathan tells Ben about Tasha's pregnancy

7.30pm EastEnders Emotional highs and lows with the residents of Albert Square

8.00pm Holby City Lisa attempts to change Terry's mind when he decides to get a divorce following the successful operation to remove his cancerous tumour. Diane gives Danny the cold shoulder after hearing him boasting about their relationship and Steve confronts Jess about leading a kick-boxing class in her lunch hour and failing to display the attitude necessary for nursing

9.00pm Spooks While undercover on a lunch date and routine check at the State Consulate of Turkey, Zoe finds herself in the middle of a siege led by the Kurdish Liberation Army. However, the attack turns out to be a decoy to mask a much bigger operation led by a former MI5 agent. Drama, starring Matthew Macfadyen and Keeley Hawes (888)

9.50pm Murder in Mind A children's author becomes the object of a manipulative stalker's affections. Politely refusing his attentions, she is shocked when he begins following her and even forces his way into her home. As the situation becomes more desperate and the police show no interest, the mother of his first victim appears to be her only hope. Psychological thriller, starring Natasha Little, Neil Morrissey and Barbara Flynn

11.00pm Coupling Patrick puts on his spider-slaying shoes when he receives an early morning phone call from Sally, but his visit to her bedroom causes them both to reflect on the nature of their relationship. Elsewhere, Jeff expounds on his mature content jelly theory and his 8,000 names for breasts

11.30pm Manchild Terry is aghast to discover his girlfriend is leaving him for someone younger, and Patrick finds himself forced to make the most difficult decision of his life, while James again turns to Elizabeth for help. Comedy drama, starring Nigel Havers and Don Warrington

12.00am Popcorn Former Emmerdale stars Lisa Riley and Nicky Evans team up again in a comedy set on the fictional Blackstead Towers estate. When petty crook Jonny Potter sells a load of dodgy leather jackets, complete with designer drugs inside, to the residents of the estate, they find themselves dodging the Mafia and the police — even at a local funeral. With Matthew Wait, Beatrice Kelley and Tracie Bennett

1.00am Learning Zone
Atlantis Reborn Author Graham Hancock goes round the world, using cutting-edge archaeology and astronomy to find evidence that the mythical lost civilisation of Atlantis actually existed. Although Hancock is regarded as a maverick by the academic community, his books have proved immensely popular, earning him an international reputation 2.00am Horizon Conflict aboard the Mir space station 3.00am Rough Science The team build a weather station (888) 3.30am Science Shack Alternative power sources 4.00am Bindi Millionaires Entrepreneur Firoz Kassam 4.30am P-Y Gerbeau's Rules of the Game Job satisfaction 5.00am The Lost Secret The secret of a South American civilisation 5.15am Friends International Pen-pals from Ghana and Yorkshire 5.20am Friends International Bridging the divide between Gibraltar and England 5.30am Captain Crimson Children's fictional writing series

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12.15pm King Solomon's Mines (U) 1950 A rugged soldier of fortune is hired by a woman to locate her missing husband and embarks on a series of death-defying exploits in the heart of darkest Africa. Classic adventure based on the hugely popular tale by H Rider Haggard, starring Stewart Granger, Deborah Kerr, Richard Carlson and Hugo Haas

2.10pm Destination Tokyo (U) 1943 Tension mounts as the commander of a US submarine leads his crew on a reconnaissance mission in the hostile waters of Tokyo harbour. World War Two suspense thriller, starring Cary Grant, John Garfield, Alan Hale and John Ridgely

4.45pm The Yellow Rolls-Royce (PG) 1964 Light-hearted drama focusing on the lives of three successive owners of a classic car — a wealthy aristocrat, a gangster and a millionairess. Starring Rex Harrison, Ingrid Bergman, George C Scott, Shirley MacLaine and Jeanne Moreau

7.00pm The Power (PG) 1968 Scientists realise a member of their research team has powerful supernatural abilities, and is intent on bumping them off one by one. Thriller, starring George Hamilton, Suzanne Pleshette, Richard Carlson and Yvonne de Carlo

9.00pm Poltergeist (15) 1982 The home of an all-American family is invaded by phantoms who gain access through the TV set before wreaking havoc. Slick supernatural chiller, starring JoBeth Williams, Craig T Nelson and Heather O'Rourke. Although Tobe Hooper, best known for his work on gory offering The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, took the helm for this effective haunted house horror, producer Steven Spielberg's influence is clear throughout

11.10pm Freaks (15) 1932 A gang of sideshow performers take revenge on a scheming trapeze artist who married their midget friend and tried to kill him for his money. Chilling drama which became notorious for director Tod Browning's hiring of real-life carnival freaks, causing the film to be banned in Britain for 30 years. Wallace Ford, Olga Baclanova and Roscoe Ates star

12.25am Lady L (U) 1965 Offbeat comedy, starring Sophia Loren and Paul Newman, telling the story of an ambitious washerwoman who gradually climbs the social ladder. Written and directed by Peter Ustinov, and also featuring David Niven (888)

2.25am Green Dolphin Street (PG) 1947 A Channel Islander emigrates to New Zealand, but makes the mistake of sending home for the wrong bride. Lavish period romance, starring Lana Turner, Richard Hart and Van Heflin

5.00am Hercules, Samson and Ulysses (U) 1964 The legendary musclemen join forces to defend their homes from a host of baddies, journeying to a mystical isle to wage war on an evil king. Adventure yarn, starring Kirk Morris, Richard Lloyd and Enzo Cerusico

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Tuesday 26.04.05

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12.00pm Animal Park Babs the African white rhino is on heat and targets Winston the bull. Elsewhere, Lord Bath discusses sharing his house with tourists

1.00pm The Good Life Tom attempts to market his garden produce, but finds it more difficult than he imagined — especially with the added pressure of paying the household rates. Richard Briers and Felicity Kendal star

1.30pm Last of the Summer Wine Tom attempts to step into his father's shoes by riding Compo's bicycle and, enthused by Clegg and Truly's anecdotes, he sets about performing wonders of his own on the two-wheeled bone-shaker. Meanwhile, Pearl is delighted when Howard gets stuck on the roof, enabling her to keep an eye on him, and Glenda is dismayed to learn Barry has challenged a member of the office staff to a duel — refereed by Billy

2.00pm Monarch of the Glen Archie believes he has a solution to the estate's crumbling finances — but his new bank manager arrives with plans of her own. Meanwhile, down at the local golf club, Hector's old-fashioned views about lady members provoke serious resistance. Richard Briers, Alastair Mackenzie and Susan Hampshire star

2.50pm Teletubbies Laa-Laa and Po decide to share the scooter, before watching a group of children digging in the sand for worms

3.15pm Tweenies The pals investigate space and construct their own solar system while Jake builds a rocket

3.35pm Fimbles The valley is filled with squeaking sounds when Pom finds a tuffet that turns out to be a toy mouse

3.55pm Balamory A sore throat causes PC Plum to lose his voice, making it difficult for him to direct traffic

4.15pm Step Inside Twinkle, Boris and Chloe invite viewers inside the magic house for another story

4.25pm Teletubbies Everywhere The chums watch children in Taiwan learning traditional drumming

4.35pm Raven Elimination fantasy game show

5.00pm Weakest Link Anne Robinson hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team, eliminating the poorest players as they go

5.45pm Bargain Hunt Auctioneer Tim Wonnacott challenges two teams to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction

6.15pm Ready, Steady, Cook Kitchen duel in which two celebrity chefs race to create a meal in just 20 minutes. Presented by Ainsley Harriott

7.00pm Doctors Greg is caught up in a police investigation when he examines the brother of a dead man

7.30pm EastEnders Emotional highs and lows with the residents of Albert Square

8.00pm The Crossing Documentary chronicling the experiences of the crocodiles, zebras, vultures, wildebeest, lions and gazelles which congregate at Kenya's Mara river, revealing how their survival depends on events which take place on the waterway over the course of a few hours

9.00pm Top Gear Jeremy Clarkson puts Lamborghini's latest offering, the Gallardo, through its paces, Richard Hammond tests enduring classic the Miura, and James May gets behind the wheel of Eighties favourite the Countach. Plus, a series of tuned Mini Coopers are taken for a spin and the team stage a unique car long jump competition

10.00pm Lost for Words Documentary providing an insight into four strikingly different stammerers who explain how they struggle every day to make themselves understood. DJ Steve Middleton has trouble keeping control of his body when he talks and undergoes a course of intensive breathing techniques, while teenager Max Drake visits a speech and language expert after being constantly teased at school. Father-to-be Lee Paton worries that his child will grow up with a stammer like his, and student Gouri Lal finally tells her parents she has been secretly avoiding certain words since her childhood

11.00pm Casualty Everyone feels the pressure as the wedding day dawns. An unexpected development rattles Fin before he even reaches the altar as best man Luke disappears, only to show up at the last minute with a big surprise in store. Simon confesses to Harry about his drug habit, and is advised to resign, while Nikki realises she can't go back to being a paramedic after her recent traumatic experiences. Coronation Street's Jane Danson guest stars

11.50pm Holby City Kath wonders whether she is doing the right thing when Simon bursts into the hospital and confronts her about the divorce papers, and a rugby team's arrival causes chaos, prompting Steve to pass his responsibilities onto a less-than-pleased Jess. Meanwhile, Owen struggles to cope with a crowd of excitable 10-year-olds at Katie's birthday party, and Chrissie lets him down by turning up late — with the wrong cake. Last in series

1.00am Learning Zone
Great Romances of the 20th Century Insight into the doomed relationship between Greta Garbo and John Gilbert 1.30am Great Romances of the 20th Century Insight into the love affair between Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor 2.00am Joy Adamson: Born Wild? Profile of the Born Free author 3.00am The Great Philosophers Nineteenth-century philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche 3.45am Truth Will Out: The Natural Limit Of Our Lives Is Three Score and Ten Research into ageing 4.00am Property People A young estate agent angles for promotion (888) 5.00am The Lost Secret The secret of a South American civilisation 5.15am Friends International Bridging the divide between London and Antigua 5.20am Friends International A friend in the Turks and Caicos Islands 5.30am Muzzy Comes Back Animated adventures

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3.00pm Mutiny on the Bounty (PG) 1935 Oscar-winning fact-based drama, starring Charles Laughton as strict disciplinarian Captain Bligh, whose harsh regime drove his disgruntled crew to open rebellion. Clark Gable co-stars as the mutineers' ringleader Fletcher Christian, with Franchot Tone and Herbert Mundin

5.35pm Signpost to Murder (PG) 1965 A murderer escapes from custody and goes on the run, eventually seeking refuge in the house of a woman whose husband is away on business. Atmospheric thriller, starring Stuart Whitman, Joanne Woodward and Edward Mulhare

7.00pm Gigi (PG) 1958 Vincente Minnelli's lavish musical scored a richly deserved nine Academy Awards, including Best Picture. Telling the tale of a beautiful coquette groomed to be a courtesan in turn-of-the-century Paris, it stars Leslie Caron, Maurice Chevalier, Louis Jourdan and Hermione Gingold, and features memorable song Thank Heaven for Little Girls (888)

9.00pm Gone with the Wind (PG) 1939 Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable give the most celebrated performances of their careers in the classic romantic melodrama, considered by some to be the greatest film ever made, focusing on the life and turbulent love affairs of a Southern belle. Set against the bloody backdrop of the American Civil War, the multi-Oscar-winning epic also stars Leslie Howard, Olivia de Havilland and Thomas Mitchell. Directed in superb colour-drenched fashion by Victor Fleming and based on Margaret Mitchell's bestseller

1.00am The Making of a Legend: Gone with the Wind Insightful documentary charting the production of MGM's classic romantic story set against a backdrop of the American Civil War

3.30am Ringo and His Golden Pistol (PG) 1966 A bounty hunter faces danger at the hands of a man bent on avenging the killing of his five outlaw brothers. Spaghetti Western, starring Mark Damon, Franco de Rosa and Ettore Manni

5.00am The Main Attraction (PG) 1962 A wandering singer joins a travelling circus, but it isn't long before his presence causes passion and jealousy to erupt behind the scenes. Melodrama, starring Pat Boone, Nancy Kwan, Mai Zetterling and John Le Mesurier

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Wednesday 27.04.05

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12.00pm Animal Park Maternal feelings are stirred at Longleat Safari Park as Ben Fogle learns how to carry out a pregnancy test on Herb the Ankole cow, and a baby camel is born

1.00pm To the Manor Born Comedy about down-on-her-luck aristocrat Audrey fforbes-Hamilton whose debts have forced her to sell Grantleigh Manor, starring Penelope Keith and Peter Bowles

1.30pm Dad's Army Captain Mainwaring and his makeshift platoon throw themselves into their new roles as German soldiers for an Army training film. Classic comedy, starring Arthur Lowe and John Le Mesurier

2.00pm Monarch of the Glen Shocked at the waste in the Glenbogle house, from six-course breakfasts to separate rooms for the dogs, Stella embarks on a money-saving mission. As things start to fall apart and the staff picket the estate, Archie decides to back his friends, refusing to buckle under the new regime. Richard Briers, Alastair Mackenzie and Susan Hampshire star

2.50pm Teletubbies The playful pals watch a girl help her mum feed monkeys in a zoo, while Tinky Winky makes toast
3.15pm Tweenies Educational fun with the playroom pals

3.35pm Fimbles Fimbo discovers a raincloud, which Florrie decides to use to water a flower in the Purple Meadow

3.55pm Balamory Miss Hoolie and PC Plum plan a trip to the mainland with some children — but are forced to come up with another way of entertaining the youngsters when the ferry is late

4.15pm Step Inside Twinkle, Boris and Chloe invite viewers inside the magic house for another story

4.25pm Teletubbies Everywhere Film of Portuguese children feeding chickens

4.35pm The Really Wild Show Steve Backshall encounters the most poisonous spiders in Australia, and Nick Baker goes to India in search of the rare one-horned rhino and finds out the truth about chameleons. Michaela Strachan visits a Kenyan chimp sanctuary, while Eils Hewitt meets a boy whose life was changed by leeches

5.00pm Weakest Link Anne Robinson hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team, eliminating the poorest players as they go

5.45pm Bargain Hunt Auctioneer Tim Wonnacott challenges two teams to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction

6.15pm Ready, Steady, Cook Kitchen duel in which two celebrity chefs race to create a meal in just 20 minutes. Presented by Ainsley Harriott

7.00pm Doctors George wants Val sectioned after she locks herself in her bedroom, and a patient worries that her husband will leave her when she fails to conceive

7.30pm EastEnders Emotional highs and lows with the residents of Albert Square

8.00pm Location, Location, Location Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer help co-pilot Olaus, his wife Fiona and their baby Angus move from Cardiff to Somerset to be closer to Bristol Airport. However, the family soon discover that property prices in the West Country are a great deal higher than those in Wales, so finding a similarly sized home isn't going to be easy (888)

8.30pm A Place in France Nippi's wife Bimmi arrives in France to view the house the two friends have bought together, but shocks them by announcing she hates it

9.00pm Escape to the Country Nick Page comes to the aid of a Wakefield couple who are seeking a spacious country property from which they can run their mail-order magic business

10.00pm Living the Dream Pritpal and Neelam Darar escape the misery of Scotland's weather and head for the sunny Spanish Costa Blanca to open an Indian restaurant. With only five weeks to complete their project, the odds are stacked against them, and the frustratingly laid-back attitude of the local tradesmen only adds to their problems. As costs spiral, Pritpal and Neelam find themselves short of money for their children's school fees and forced to deal with irate unpaid builders, who threaten to walk off the job

11.00pm Spooks While undercover on a lunch date and routine check at the State Consulate of Turkey, Zoe finds herself in the middle of a siege led by the Kurdish Liberation Army. However, the attack turns out to be a decoy to mask a much bigger operation led by a former MI5 agent. Drama, starring Matthew Macfadyen and Keeley Hawes (888)

11.50pm Murder in Mind A children's author becomes the object of a manipulative stalker's affections. Politely refusing his attentions, she is shocked when he begins following her and even forces his way into her home. As the situation becomes more desperate and the police show no interest, the mother of his first victim appears to be her only hope. Psychological thriller, starring Natasha Little, Neil Morrissey and Barbara Flynn

1.00am Learning Zone
Renaissance Andrew Graham-Dixon explores the period at the end of the 15th-century when Pope Julius II set about restoring the glory of Rome. He pays particular attention to Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel and to the work of artists in Northern Europe 2.00am Great Writers of the 20th Century A profile of James Joyce 3.00am After the Genome The implications of our knowledge of genetics 4.00am How I Made My Property Fortune New entrepreneurs 4.30am The Crunch The life of a middle manager 5.00am Starting Business English Commercial English 5.30am Muzzy Comes Back Animated adventures

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1.20pm San Antonio (PG) 1945 A cowboy resolves to bring a notorious big-league rustler to justice — but his quest is hampered when he falls for the sultry charms of a saloon chanteuse who he suspects may be involved with the villain. Guns are soon blazing as tensions rise, and a climactic shoot-out beckons. Weakly plotted Western with a decent finale, starring Errol Flynn, Alexis Smith, Victor Francen and SZ Sakall

3.25pm High Sierra (PG) 1941 Fugitive gangster Humphrey Bogart proves he's a big softie at heart by befriending a disabled girl and paying for her to have an operation. Drama, also starring Ida Lupino and Joan Leslie

5.15pm Penelope (U) 1966 Comedy, starring Natalie Wood as a neglected wife with larcenous tendencies who plans to rob her husband's bank. Peter Falk, Ian Bannen and Dick Shawn also star

7.00pm The Password is Courage (U) 1962 Fact-based wartime comedy drama about an Army sergeant-major whose daring attempts to escape from a notorious German prison camp resulted in him becoming the only English soldier to be awarded the Iron Cross. Dirk Bogarde, Maria Perschy, Alfred Lynch and Reginald Beckwith star

9.00pm No Guts, No Glory: 75 Years of Stars Goldie Hawn presents a tribute to the stars associated with legendary film company Warner Bros

10.00pm Get Carter (18) 1971 Mike Hodges' violent and influential thriller, starring Michael Caine as a London racketeer who visits Newcastle to avenge his brother's murder at the hands of local gangsters, exacting blood-soaked revenge on all those involved as he also attempts to get his niece out of the adult film industry. A powerful performance from Caine makes this bleak drama essential viewing. With Ian Hendry, Britt Ekland, Glynn Edwards and John Osborne (888)

12.10am Children of the Damned (15) 1964 Six super-intelligent youngsters are brought to London for experiments, but the results prove terrifying. Sci-fi sequel to Village of the Damned, starring Ian Hendry, Alan Badel and Barbara Ferris

1.45am The Best House in London (15) 1968 A Victorian publicity agent tries to organise a government-sponsored brothel, but his plans are jeopardised by the activities of a militant social reformer. Light-hearted satire, with David Hemmings, George Sanders, Joanna Pettet and Dany Robin

3.20am A Yank at Oxford (U) 1938 A brash American undergraduate arrives in Britain to continue his studies, but finds life on foreign shores far tougher than anticipated. Comedy, starring Robert Taylor, Vivien Leigh, Maureen O'Sullivan and Lionel Barrymore

5.00am Battle Beneath the Earth (U) 1967 Enemy agents burrow beneath America in an audacious plot to take over the country, but encounter spirited resistance. Sci-fi adventure, with Kerwin Mathews, Vivienne Ventura, Robert Ayres and Peter Arne

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12.00pm Animal Park Kate Humble and Ben Fogle meet a herd of African elephants and discover exactly how to administer a pedicure to a three-tonne beast — with extreme caution. This lesson is also applied when a rhino is given a pregnancy test

1.00pm To the Manor Born Richard DeVere brings in a farm manager to sort out the Estate, while Audrey adjusts to her new role as housekeeper

1.30pm Dad's Army Private Pike receives his call-up papers, much to the alarm of his mollycoddling mother. Ian Lavender, Arthur Lowe and John Le Mesurier star

2.00pm Monarch of the Glen Archie's plans for a money-making fishing weekend are scuppered by Stella, who accuses Golly, Hector and Kilwillie of poaching fish. The “Glenbogle Three” are arrested as a result, and Molly's legal abilities are put to the test as she defends them in court. Scottish drama, starring Richard Briers, Alastair MacKenzie and Susan Hampshire

2.50pm Teletubbies The colourful quartet watch a little boy show how to make a turban, and Tinky Winky goes for a walk on his own

3.15pm Tweenies Bella builds her own cafe, and the pals join her for tea

3.35pm Fimbles More magical adventures for pre-school viewers

3.55pm Balamory Edie McCredie resolves to sort things out when strange road signs appear on the island and bring traffic to a standstill

4.15pm Step Inside Twinkle, Boris and Chloe invite viewers inside the magic house for another story

4.25pm Teletubbies Everywhere Educational antics with the friendly quartet, including a film of children playing ice hockey in Finland

4.35pm Intergalactic Kitchen The kitchen is invaded by a race of hyper-intelligent household appliances, who want to turn the inhabitants into servile robots

5.00pm Weakest Link Anne Robinson hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team, eliminating the poorest players as they go

5.45pm Bargain Hunt Auctioneer Tim Wonnacott challenges two teams to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction

6.15pm Ready, Steady, Cook Kitchen duel in which two celebrity chefs race to create a meal in just 20 minutes. Presented by Ainsley Harriott

7.00pm Doctors A social worker and psychiatrist arrive to see Val and decide she should be taken to the psychiatric ward for further assessment, but George agrees to let her stay in the house

7.30pm EastEnders Emotional highs and lows with the residents of Albert Square

8.00pm Keeping Up Appearances Hyacinth and Richard take a break in an idyllic country cottage, where events soon take an unexpected turn. Suburban comedy, starring Patricia Routledge and Clive Swift

8.30pm My Hero George is apparently killed in a road accident, much to Ella's delight — but the indestructible superhero was merely trying to cash in on a new life assurance policy and it's not long before he hatches a plot with Janet to bring himself back to life at his own funeral. Comedy, starring Ardal O'Hanlon and Emily Joyce

9.00pm Clocking Off Tensions both at home and the factory finally lead Mack to breaking point. Feeling he can no longer cope, he decides it's time to make a major change in his life — and when ne'er-do-well brother Eddie puts in an unexpected appearance, the perfect opportunity seems to have presented itself. Philip Glenister and Craig Kelly star

10.00pm Janis Joplin — Southern Discomfort Profile of rhythm 'n' blues vocalist Janis Joplin, who shot to stardom after a show-stopping performance at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival. The programme recounts her short, turbulent life which ended tragically in a Los Angeles motel room just three years after her rise to fame. With contributions from her younger sister Laura, members of Joplin's band Big Brother and the Holding Co, and former lover Peggy Caserta

11.00pm Mastermind Contestants take to the black chair in the specialist and general knowledge quiz

11.30pm Celeb When the world's biggest music star and his extensive entourage descend on the Bloke house for a few days, Gary quickly finds himself packed off to the pub with his son as a damage-limitation exercise — but a run-in with the local paparazzi leads to unsavoury revelations. Harry Enfield and Amanda Holden star
12.00am Two Thousand Acres of Sky When Alistair loses his salmon catch, Gordon and Marjorie take advantage of his misfortune, hoping to make a few quid. Meanwhile, Hamish is having a ball re-acquainting himself with his childhood stomping-ground, and Kenny tries to prepare Abby and the kids for his impending departure — something Abby is having difficulty coming to terms with

1.00am Learning Zone
Great Railway Journeys of the World Celebrities embark on intrepid journeys along renowned railways 2.00am Icemen The first man to reach the North Pole 3.00am Secrets of the Ancients The Hanging Gardens of Babylon 4.00am Trouble at the Top The feud that destroyed chart-topping group Bucks Fizz 4.40am Personal Passions Patsy Byrne's interest in genealogy 5.00am Starting Business English Commercial English 5.30am Muzzy Comes Back Animated adventures

TCM

12.45pm Action in the North Atlantic (PG) 1943 Stirring wartime adventure designed to boost American morale, following the progress of a convoy of US merchant ships attacked by Nazi planes and submarines while en route to the Soviet Union. Humphrey Bogart, Raymond Massey and Alan Hale star

3.05pm Never So Few (PG) 1959 Frank Sinatra stars in this World War Two romantic drama, about a no-nonsense US captain who falls for a beautiful woman while on leave and confronts her shady boyfriend. Gina Lollobrigida adds a touch of glamour, especially necessary as the supporting cast includes craggy he-men Steve McQueen and Charles Bronson

5.20pm Gun Glory (U) 1957 Reformed gunfighter Stewart Granger returns to his home town, only to find it's been taken over by a ruthless cattle baron. Western drama, with Rhonda Fleming, Chill Wills and James Gregory

7.00pm 36 Hours (PG) 1964 A World War Two intelligence officer is captured by Nazis who trick him into thinking the conflict is over, hoping he will reveal details of a major Allied operation. Espionage adventure, starring James Garner, Eva Marie Saint, Rod Taylor and Werner Peters (888)

9.00pm The Searchers (PG) 1956 American Civil War veteran Ethan Edwards (John Wayne) embarks on a quest to find his niece, who has been kidnapped by a renegade Indian tribe responsible for slaughtering the rest of his family — but as the search continues, his motives become increasingly twisted. Powerful epic John Ford Western, arguably the finest hour of both the director and the star. With Natalie Wood, Jeffrey Hunter and Vera Miles (888)

11.15pm The Gypsy Moths (PG) 1969 Ageing skydiver Burt Lancaster's unrequited love for frustrated housewife Deborah Kerr ends in tragedy during a tour of small-town America. Patchy melodrama which swings wildly from moments of breathtaking airborne excitement to scenes of depressing inevitability on terra firma. Also starring Gene Hackman, Bonnie Bedelia and Scott Wilson

1.10am Catlow (PG) 1971 Light-hearted Western, starring Yul Brynner as a drifter who tries to pull off a major robbery, only to find himself hunted by his best friend and a vengeful outlaw. With Richard Crenna, Leonard Nimoy and Jo Ann Pflug (888)

3.05am The Citadel (PG) 1938 An idealistic doctor compromises his principles and gives up working in an impoverished Welsh town to treat rich hypochondriacs at a fashionable London practice. Robert Donat is on fine form in this acclaimed drama based on AJ Cronin's novel, with Ralph Richardson, Rex Harrison, Rosalind Russell and Emlyn Williams

5.00am Private Potter (PG) 1963 A soldier claiming to have had a vision of the death of a comrade-in-arms faces a court martial for cowardice. Drama, starring Tom Courtenay, Mogens Wieth, Ronald Fraser and James Maxwell

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12.00pm Animal Park The men of the Horningsham village on the Longleat estate bare all for a charity calender, and there's an introduction to the park's most dangerous animals — two hippos named Sonia and Spot. Plus, an arranged marriage for Johnny the otter

1.00pm Open All Hours Shopkeeping comedy, with Ronnie Barker as the miserly Arkwright, David Jason as his downtrodden nephew and Lynda Baron as the object of his desire

1.30pm Are You Being Served? The store advertises on CB radio — but Mrs Slocombe's attempt to publicise her underwear attracts the attentions of the wrong type of customer. Shop-floor comedy, with Mollie Sugden and the voice of Robbie Coltrane

2.00pm Monarch of the Glen Duncan's romantic hopes are crushed when Golly reveals Jessica to be his daughter, and Alison has to tell her the truth before she finds out from someone else. Meanwhile, Lexie gets an admirer — a fact she is more than happy to use to her advantage. Richard Briers, Alastair MacKenzie and Susan Hampshire star

2.50pm Teletubbies Fun and games for youngsters with the playful quartet

3.15pm Tweenies Judy dresses Jake's wound when he falls over and cuts his finger

3.35pm Fimbles Fimbo finds a sheet of sticky spots and puts them all over his face, leading Rockit to believe he is ill — but he soon discovers pretending to be unwell has its drawbacks

3.55pm Balamory Josie teaches Spencer how to play golf after he challenges Miss Hoolie to a game — but their plans are jeopardised by a sudden storm

4.15pm Step Inside Twinkle, Boris and Chloe invite viewers inside the magic house for another story

4.25pm Teletubbies Everywhere Children in India have fun playing with wheels

4.35pm Stitch Up! CBBC's very own spy kids take to the streets with hidden cameras and microphones to catch members of the public in all manner of embarrassing situations

5.00pm Weakest Link Anne Robinson hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team, eliminating the poorest players as they go

5.45pm Bargain Hunt Auctioneer Tim Wonnacott challenges two teams to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction

6.15pm Ready, Steady, Cook Kitchen duel in which two celebrity chefs race to create a meal in just 20 minutes. Presented by Ainsley Harriott

7.00pm Tony and Giorgio Italian chef Giorgio Locatelli and successful restaurateur Tony Allan join forces to answer frequently asked cookery questions while whipping up a selection of simple yet mouth-watering dishes. They begin with an exploration of food shopping, with Giorgio insisting he only buys produce he can touch and smell, while Tony argues that supermarkets are a 21st-century necessity. Mushroom risotto, lamb Wellington and wild berries with frozen yoghurt are on the menu as they put their disagreement to the test

7.30pm Two Thousand Acres of Sky As friends old and new say their farewells to Kenny, Alfie struggles to come to terms with his death — as well as having a hard time with Robbie in their newfound roles of father and son — and Hamish has a vision for the future and his family as the idea of restoring the Ronansay distillery begins to form in his head. Drama, starring Michelle Collins and Michael Carter

8.30pm Mastermind Contestants take to the black chair in the specialist and general knowledge quiz

9.00pm Coupling Steve looks in a medical encyclopaedia for advice about a suspicious freckle, Sally and Patrick form an unusual alliance, and it's finally time for everyone to meet Jane's religious boyfriend. Comedy, starring Jack Davenport, Kate Isitt and Ben Miles

9.30pm Manchild Patrick takes the death of his mother badly and does a disappearing act, while Terry's preparations for his daughter's wedding are overshadowed by the news that Christine will be taking her new boyfriend and Justin will be there with Sonja. Nigel Havers and Don Warrington star

10.00pm Alistair McGowan's Big Impression More celebrity send-ups from the talented impressionist and his satirical sidekick Ronni Ancona

10.30pm Top of the Pops The week's chart-toppers, featuring studio performances, celebrity interviews and the UK's number one single

11.00pm Born to Be Wild Martin Clunes releases an elephant back into the wild after 26 years in captivity following the death of its mother. Can it survive a perilous journey back to the African bush?

12.00am Clocking Off Tensions both at home and the factory finally lead Mack to breaking point. Feeling he can no longer cope, he decides it's time to make a major change in his life — and when ne'er-do-well brother Eddie puts in an unexpected appearance, the perfect opportunity seems to have presented itself. Philip Glenister and Craig Kelly star

1.00am Learning Zone
Blood of the Vikings Julian Richards investigates the latter part of the Viking Age, looking at how the Danes became a sophisticated fighting force under their king, Harold Bluetooth, inflaming the hatred of the weaker Anglo-Saxons, who were forced to hand over £10,000 in silver to their arch-enemies. He also travels to Scandinavia to see the extraordinary longships of Roskilde, which undoubtedly played a major factor in the seaborne raiders' success 2.00am Joy Adamson: Born Wild? Profile of the Born Free author 3.00am Make French Your Business Learning French for commerce 3.30am Make German Your Business Intermediate German 4.00am The Money Programme How to deal with radioactive waste 4.30am The Money Programme Tobacco smuggling 5.00am English Zone For adult learners of all abilities 5.30am Spelling with the Spellits Exploring words

TCM

1.15pm Act of Violence (PG) 1948 A former prison camp informer is tracked down by a crippled soldier seeking vengeance for the betrayal of his men during World War Two. Fred Zinnemann's tough melodrama, starring Van Heflin, Robert Ryan, Janet Leigh and Mary Astor

2.50pm The Searchers (PG) 1956 American Civil War veteran Ethan Edwards (John Wayne) embarks on a quest to find his niece, who has been kidnapped by a renegade Indian tribe responsible for slaughtering the rest of his family — but as the search continues, his motives become increasingly twisted. Powerful epic John Ford Western, arguably the finest hour of both the director and the star. With Natalie Wood, Jeffrey Hunter and Vera Miles (888)

5.00pm The Wreck of the Mary Deare (PG) 1959 Seafaring adventure about a salvager who uncovers fraud and corruption while investigating the mystery of a cargo ship found abandoned during a storm. Charlton Heston, Gary Cooper and Michael Redgrave star (888)

7.00pm Brass Target (PG) 1978 Fictional solution to the mysterious death of American General George S Patton (George Kennedy), suggesting he was silenced by a professional killer because he uncovered a plot to rob a German gold reserve of $250million. Thriller, also starring Sophia Loren, John Cassavetes, Max von Sydow, Robert Vaughn and Patrick McGoohan (888)

9.00pm The Dirty Dozen (15) 1968 Twelve convicts are sent on a suicide mission to infiltrate and destroy a French chateau being used by the German military. Powerful World War Two action adventure, starring Lee Marvin, Telly Savalas, Ernest Borgnine, Charles Bronson and Donald Sutherland

11.50pm Wise Guys (15) 1986 Crime boss Harvey Keitel hires inept small-time crooks Danny DeVito and Joe Piscopo to bump each other off for attempting to embezzle Mob funds. Comedy directed by Brian De Palma, also starring Ray Sharkey and Dan Hedaya (888)

1.25am Shaft in Africa (18) 1973 Richard Roundtree reprises his role as the tough private eye, this time fighting against the odds to help an Ethiopian nobleman smash a slave ring. Action-packed rapid-fire adventure, also starring Frank Finlay and Vonetta McGee (888)

3.05am Alfred the Great (PG) 1969 In ninth-century England, Alfred succeeds to the throne of his weak elder brother and leads his demoralised troops into battle against hordes of marauding Vikings. Historical drama, starring David Hemmings, Michael York, Ian McKellen and Julian Glover

5.00am Haunted Honeymoon (PG) 1940 Newlywed sleuths Lord Peter Wimsey and Harriet Vane have their honeymoon interrupted by the discovery of a dead body and set out to find the killer. Robert Montgomery and Constance Cummings star as the detective duo in Arthur B Woods' murder mystery

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