Work starts on renovating a castle.
Early days of cinema and various leisure activities.
Victoria and Her Sisters. The contributions of 19th-century women to huge social change. Next episode is tomorrow at 10.30am
Celebrating the life and work of the much-loved Bolton steeplejack and engineering enthusiast.
Music from the Strauss family, Franz von Suppe and Josef Hellmesberger (son) fills the Musikverein, with the Vienna Philharmonic under celebrated conductor Lorin Maazel. Hosted by Brian Kay. Radio 3 covers the concert from 10.15am, while BBC4 has the concert in full at 7pm.
Lavish biblical epic relating the life of Christ, the execution of John the Baptist at Salome's behest, and the story of Barabbas. Review page 49.
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Epic adventure starring James Stewart, Richard Attenborough and Peter Finch. When an aircraft crash-lands in the Sahara, the survivors' outlook looks bleak until an extraordinary plan is announced. Review page 49.
The Richard Attenborough-directed A Bridge Too Far is at 8.10pm
The world-famous performance group, founded in Quebec, Canada, in the 1980s, is celebrating its
20th anniversary. To mark this milestone, some of the finest moments from their amazing shows are featured in this one-off special. Millions around the world have been left wide-eyed at the feats of the company's entertainers. Many of those signature acts are included here, with acrobatics on the company's specialised trampoline, "Fast Track", plus high-flying aerial sequences, diabolos, Russian swings and trapeze acts from shows Alegrfa, Ouidam, Varekai and Dralion. Narrated by Jim Broadbent.
Director/Producer Paul Bullock
The nine-day search to find the British Darts
Organisation world champion starts at the Lakeside Leisure Complex in Frimley Green, Surrey, with 32 players from eight countries battling it out on the oche to secure the E:50,000 winner's prize.
Top seed and three-time titleholder Raymond van
Barneveld begins his campaign against Scotland's Gary Anderson in a best-of-five-sets match, while Andy "the Viking" Fordham starts the defence of his title against Vincent van der Voort of the Netherlands. At this stage last year, both Fordham and Van Barneveld kicked off their campaigns with comfortable 3-0 victories. Commentary comes from Tony Green, David Croft and John Part.
Producer Michael O'Dwyer ; Exec producer Graham Fry BBCi: full and uninterrupted coverage of the day's play is available to digital viewers via the red handset button
Richard Attenborough 's epic Second World War drama based on a true story, featuring an all-star cast. September 1944: a military operation in which thousands of Allied troops are parachuted into
Holland to secure six bridges leading to Germany doesn't go according to plan. A British contingent has orders to secure the last bridge at Arnhem, before moving into the Ruhr area, but their plan soon runs into trouble. Review page 49.
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Brian Cooke's acclaimed play of the cult 1960s radio sketch show that sent up the establishment with bawdy jokes and surreal literary invention.
Jonathan Rigby, Robin Sebastian, Kate Brown, Charles Armstrong and Nigel Harrison re-create the original cast - Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams, Betty Marsden, Douglas Smith and Hugh Paddick, respectively - and their cavalcade of grotesques, including lecherous J Peasmold Gruntfuttock and camp couple Julian and Sandy. Directed by Michael Kingsbury and filmed at the Venue in London.
Director Nick Wood; Executive producer Richard Fell
Current and former champions Andy Fordham , John Walton ,
Tony David and Raymond van Barneveld feature in first-day highlights from Frimley Green in Surrey. Fifth seed Darryl "the Dazzler" Fitton is also in action as he faces fellow Englishman Gary Robson.