5/5. Maureen Lipman with the story of one of Hitler's most feared weapons, and author George MacDonald Fraser on the struggle to reclaim the Far East.
Interactive: digital viewers can access short films featuring the recollections of those who lived through the war plus facts about life after the war, details of related BBC programmes, and information on how to contribute their own memories of the war
5/5. How are the ten orphans faring after being attacked by a rabid dog? And can baby Jipe cope with the stress of teething? Plus, after a final farewell to her adopted herd, matriarch Emily returns to the wild. As the rains transform the national park, Jonathan sets out to check on her progress. See Monday's choice. Series producer Simon Nash ; Executive producer Sara Ford www.sheldrickwildlifetrust.org
An exclusive performance from Pete Doherty 's band Baby Shambles. With Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates. Producer Sally Wood ; Executive producer Andi Peters
Repeated tomorrow www.bbc.co.uk/totp TOP OF THE POPS MAGAZINE: now published fortnightly, price £2
With Johnny determined to make Danny pay for his reckless actions, will Jake stand by his brother? Writer Nicholas Hicks-Beach For cast see page 41
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The Great Escape. When Susan's mother comes to stay, Nick's hovel of a flat suddenly seems rather attractive.
Writers Steve Armogida and Jim Armogida
Director Dewi Humphreys ; Producer John Bartlett
Footballer Wayne Rooney as an angelic choirboy?
Hollywood hot property Catherine Zeta-Jones dressed as a chicken? And style icon Justin Timbertake wearing a stetson? Host Angus Deayton reveals all - literally. Producer Helen Tumbridge ; Executive producer Caroline Wright
1/6. An audience including Liam Gallagher and Sir Steve Redgrave benefits from US comedian Joan Rivers's insights on subjects ranging from celebrity botox parties to marrying for money, while Jack delivers his unique brand of deadpan stand-up.
Another action-packed instalment of real-time drama in counter-terrorism agent Jack Bauer 's non-stop day.
8.00-10.00am. Jack's wife and daughter are at the mercy of the ruthless Gaines. At the CTU Nina and Tony increase the pressure on Jamey in an attempt to discover Gaines's whereabouts before it's too late. First shown on BBC2
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