Big Cook Little Cook Ben and Small have forgotten to buy a birthday present.
6.20 Tots TV Tom and Tiny can'tturn the water off.
6 30 Bobinogs It's holiday time, but what clothes to wear?
6.45 Wide Eye The forest becomes a winter wonderland in the middle of summer.
Balamory Will Josie be left high and dry while training for a boat race? Writer Peter Hynes
For cast see Friday (AD)
10.20 Come Outside Aunt Mabel and Pippin delve into clay.
10 40 Tweenies Bella feels left out for no real reason.
L Murder haunts this period melodrama starring
Joan Blondell and John Wayne.
Casino owner Jenny Blake hopes that by marrying into the impoverished aristocracy of the Old South she can finally get the respectability she craves. But then her life is threatened. Review page 56. Director Leigh Jason (1942. U) (BW)
Stark crime melodrama starring Brian Donlevy and Ella Raines. The scheming wife of wealthy industrialist
Walter Williams plots to murder her husband with the help of her lover. Review page 56. Director Arthur Lubin (1949) (BW)
Postponed from Fri 1 October
A chance to catch up on the story so far. Including a quick summary, along with some never-before-seen footage and a sneak peek at what is to come. RT DIRECT: book How to Get Rich by Donald Trump. £14.99 inc p&p (RRP £16.99). To order call [number removed] (national rate).
6/9. The recruits learn the art of cultivating an agent. They will have to manipulate a complete stranger and persuade them to lie, to sign a fake document or do something slightly dodgy on their behalf. Director Ian Taylor ; Series producer Walter luzzolino
First shown on BBC3
The history of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, the band
XTC, the life and work of George Hudson and the history of Moscow are the topics. Hosted by John Humphrys.
Director Derek Hallworth ; Producer Sally Evans
It's a North v South affair tonight when students from Durham University do battle with those from Kingston University. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
Director Vernon Antcliff ; Producer Peter Gwyn (AD)
Never Mind the Buzzcocks 5/6. Cockney favourite
Joe Brown and GMTV's Kate Garraway are the guests.
Hosted by Mark Lamarr , with Bill Bailey and Phill Jupitus.
Director Paul Wheeler : Producer Steve Doherty Rptd next Sunday Phill Jupitus on Oasis: page 42
9.30 Room 101 6/8. Presenter Fern Britton reveals her list of pet hates, which includes detox diets and Animal
Hospital. Sceptical host Paul Merton casts the final vote. Director Geraldine Dowd : Producer Victoria Payne
Repeated next Sunday (AD)
10.00 Early Doors 6/6. The regulars look forward to a free buffet and entertainment to celebrate Mel's 21st. But an unwelcome visitor and Tanya's last night are getting Ken down.
Writers Craig Cash and Phil Mealey
Director Craig Cash ; Producers Lucy Ansbro and John Rushton
Three brief dramas from BBC Scotland.
Wise Guys. William has always wanted to be a gangster. Writer Simon Stephenson ; Producer John Archer ; Director Adrian J McDowall First shown on BBC Scotland
11.30 Sredni Vashtar. Conradin finds solace in the vicious secret that lurks at the bottom of the garden. Writer/Director Angela M Murray ; Producer Robbie Sandison
First shown on BBC Scotland
11.40 All over Brazil. The Scottish teenager gripped more by glam rock than football in the summer of 1974. Writer James Havelin ; Producer Garfield Kennedy : Director David Ward
First shown on BBC Scotland
Languages and Travel Repeats are not indicated
1.00 Talk Greek (1-6) Short course for beginners. With in-vision subtitles. 80654 3.00 Talk Portuguese (1-6) Covering the travel essentials. With in-vision subtitles. 61876 4.30 Talk the Talk
Compilation 54741 5.00 How to Learn a Language
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