Presented by Mishal Husain and Bill Turnbull.
The keepers check on the wolf cubs. Hercules the dung beetle is a busy chap. (Revised rpt)
A Yorkshire Dales house with spectacular views, and a terraced Property near Manchester. Presenters Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander write in March's BBC Good Homes magazine, out now price £2.95 followed by News; Weather
Can a Berkshire couple adjust to life on the Isle of Wight? With
Julia Botfield and Chris Samsa.
Tour guides and gardeners play the game in York. COMPETITION: call [number removed] (cost 25p) or visit www.bbc.co.uk/lifestyle Followed by News; Weather
To ensure their forthcoming party is a success, the Holland family try to raise £700.
Summer meets a cool reception. Repeated at 5.35pm Blue Peter takes a look behind the scenes of the soap at 5pm
The Double Dealer. Ronnie is faced with a dilemma over a doctor.
Writer Oily Perkin Cast p37
Mr Monk and the Marathon Man The suspects in a murder case include a track legend.
What are Tommy's biggest fears?
10/10. The rugby star's final tips.
8/8. Queen Sensible shares the castle with King Stupid.
Matt meets Ben Nicholas, aka Stingray from Neighbours, on his tour of Melbourne.
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Presented by George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. Including a sport round-up. Followed by Weather with Susan Powell.
5/6. In the last of the heats, cricketing great WG Grace, heroes from Marvel's comic books, the patron saint of Ireland, St Patrick , and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams are the specialist subjects for the brainy boys and girls. John Humphrys hosts. Director Derek Hallworth ; Producer Victoria Roye
6/10. Model Nell McAndrew , Ready Steady Cook's Ainsley Harriott , wine expert Jilly Goolden and soon-to-return EastEnder Danny Moon - aka Jake Maskall - compete in esoteric, unhinged games such as Shaken Not Stirred, Easy Tiger and Dig My Goal. Dougie Anderson hosts.
Director Roy Chapman : Producer Claire Zolkwer
First shown on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree
A shabby-looking visitor arrives on the Square looking for Joe Macer. Meanwhile Kevin plans his getaway. Writer Christopher Reason For cast see page 37
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Omnibus next Sunday
2/8. The showbiz karaoke showdown continues in earnest, as singers and stars join forces to perform duets in a variety of styles including country and western, swing, the rock ballad, pop and R&B. Will the professionals' crooning make a mockery of the celebrities' amateur warbling? TV stars Matt Allwright , Mark Moraghan , Nicky Campbell , Chris Fountain , Sian Reeves , Gaby Roslin , Fiona Bruce and Penny Smith do their best to impress. Plus there's an exclusive one-off duet from two of the professional singers. Tess Daly and Vernon Kay play host. Just the Two of Us continues tomorrow. Rhythm and news: page 63; The Inside Story: page
Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather John Hammond.
8/8. Ladies' nights are among the subjects of the impressionist's musings as his round-up of the wacky world of advertising concludes. Plus there's a selection of eccentric commercials featuring a cheating Belgian wife and a great "poker" face in the UK.
Enjoyable buddy comedy with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito. Separated at birth after a genetic experiment, gentle giant Julius Benedict seeks his twin, only to find the vigorously devious Vincent in a whole mess of trouble. Menaced by loan sharks and targeted by a killer, the siblings set out on a quest to unravel their parentage. Review page 57.
Director Ivan Reitman (1988, PG)
Mary Ann Benedict:
Bargain-basement comedy retelling of the classic Robert Louis Stevenson story, with Sean Young and Tim Daly. When a relative of Dr Richard Jacks dies, he inherits the papers of his great-grandfather, Dr Jekyll. Review page 57.
Director David F Price (1995, 12)
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