The third episode of a six-part off-the-wall comic drama. King Arthur comes to Joe's aid at school, while Emily worries that Jennifer is pregnant.
Written by Grant Cathro and Alex Barlette (R) (S)
Speedy sophistication hits the streets as a new breed of motorcyclists mount gadget-packed bikes. The team also target the perfect picnic hamper for al fresco dining. Vanessa Feltz presents the consumer guide.
Series producer Karen Benveniste ; Editor Owen Gay (S) (W) CONTACT DETAILS: ring [number removed]; website: www.bbc.co.uk/watchdog
The behind-the-scenes look at London Zoo continues.
A breeding pair of aye-ayes Mammy and Tanny, two very rare members of the lemur family, are the first to join the zoo in 60 years. Meanwhile, Bonito the giant anteater can look forward to a new home - and a new mate.
Narrated by Andrew Lincoln.
Producer Stephen Leslie ; Series producer Michael Houldey (S) (W)
Concluding the series about our primate relatives.
Sex and spirituality among chimpanzees is on the agenda as Dr Charlotte Uhlenbroek meets our closest cousins, the apes. The family reunion also includes the acrobatic gibbons of Thailand, the playful mountain gorillas of Rwanda and the orang-utans of Borneo. See Choice.
Assistant producer Phil Hurrell ; Series producer Bernard Walton
WEBSITE: [web address removed]
BBC MERCHANDISE: video released on 4 September, and book Cousins - Our Primate Relatives, price Â£19.99 available 14 September from retailers
Shauna Lowry hears the incredible story of the "Aintree hero": how stable lad Phil Sharp 's bravery caused him to be reunited with his father. Plus the midweek draw.
Series producer Siobhan Mulholland ; Executive producer Donna Taberer
Another chance to see Amanda Burton as Sam Ryan.
Gone Tomorrow. Having taken up a new appointment as Professor of Forensic Pathology at a London teaching hospital, Sam Ryan is called to a remote airfield in Lincolnshire to investigate a fatal helicopter crash.
Written by Niall Leonard
Producer Lars Macfarlane ; Director Matthew Evans (R) (S) (W)
The millennium bug, the mysteries of TV remote controls and close encounters of the caravan kind are among this evening's ingredients in another helping of Carrott-flavour stand-up from the series broadcast last year.
Director Paul Smith : Producer Nic Phillips (Revised R) (S) (W)
Followed by Weatherview
Double bill of the medical drama starring Hector Elizondo. Bridge over Troubled Watters. While Jack and Lisa learn lessons in love, Phillip is embroiled in matters of life and death. Kate's daughter seeks insight into hospital life, with the help of a young cancer patient. (S)
12.25 Risky Business. In the first of a two-part episode, actress Lauren Bacall guests as an ailing benefactor to whom Aaron grows attached. (S) Part 2 of this episode begins tomorrow's Chicago Hope double bill at 11.55pm
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