6.40 The Story Makers
7.05 Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo
McFly and the 411 play in the studio. Plus games, dramas and cartoons.
Presented by Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates.
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Virgin boss Richard Branson and property tycoon Tina Heulin have their personalities assessed. Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen on individuality in the home and The League of Gentlemen's Mark Gatiss on his grotesque creations. With Nicki Chapman. Series producer Dick Sharman
A visit to Brookwood cemetery, Surrey on Armistice Day. Plus the week's weather.
9/13. The Great Plateau. How volcanos will turn the Earth into a hothouse.
12.25 10/13. The Endless Desert. Meet the futuristic gloomworm creature.
A German pilot has an affair with his commander's wife in this First World War drama starring George Peppard and James Mason. Review page 52. Director John Guillermin (1966, PG)
James Mason stars in Hotel Reserve tomorrow at 1.30pm
1/2. Drama-documentary about five astronauts' perilous trip through our solar system.
Shown last Tuesday on BBC1
Introduced by Craig Doyle.
4.15 Sport Plus Sporting news.
4.40 Rugby Union Action from England v Canada in which the world champions were looking for a confidence boosting win ahead of tougher matches against South Africa and Australia. Plus highlights of Scotland v Japan.
5.20 Rugby League Action from the Tri-Nations tie between Great Britain and Australia. Producer Richard Carr ; Editor
Highlights of today's earlier act of Remembrance at the Cenotaph in Whitehall. Commentary comes from David Dimbleby and Colonel John Hughes-Wilson .
9/9. There's not the greatest of calls for a watersports business in Durham, so Angela Winship, brother Garrett and husband David plan to up sticks to sunny Tenerife. Will the waters be calm and inviting or shark infested?
Relocators Scott Huggins and Tina Korrup do the navigating. Director Alexis Giradet ; Series editor Susannah Walker
Two cars face each other at 200mph. Which will come out on top, the Aston Martin Vanquish S or the Ferrari 575? And James May and Richard Hammond spend 24 hours in the new Smart Forfour hatchback, there's playground fun with a game of car conkers, and this week's aptly named Star in a Reasonably Priced Car is comedian Jimmy Carr. With Jeremy Clarkson. Series editor Andy Wilman ; Series producer Gary Broadhurst
Repeated tomorrow 11.20pm www.bbc.co.uk/topgear BBC TOP GEAR MAGAZINE: new issue on sale, priced Â£3.75
4/4. The Closest Thing to Dying. Telling the story of what is considered the greatest fight of all time -the 1975 "Thrilla in Manila" between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier. Set against the backdrop of the civil rights struggle and Black Power politics, it was also a world in which Ali had emerged as an unlikely crusader against the injustices of Vietnam. Frazier, an Olympic hero, had to endure the scorn and derision of his own race fuelled by Ali's slurs. When the two entered the ring, bitterness had become hatred, but had the demands of the audience and the enmity between the fighters gone too far?
Producer Tom Ware ; Executive producer Michael Poole
5/9. Desmond Lynam reprises his role of guest host. Shown last Friday on BBC1
Highlights of today's Premiership games as a struggling West Brom host Middlesbrough and Champions League hopefuls Newcastle provide a test of Man United's championship pedigree. Plus a round-up of yesterday's results and all the latest news. Presented by Adrian Chiles.
Series producer James Irving ; Editor Mark Demuth Live coverage of England's friendly match against Spain is on Wednesday at 8.20pm on BBC1
Stately and moving drama directed, written by and starring Billy Bob Thornton. Having killed his mother and her lover when he was 12, Karl Childers is eventually released back into the community after years in a mental institution. As he starts to make a new life for himself, Karl befriends a young boy, Frank Wheatley. Review page 52.
Karl Childers Billy:
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2.00 Get Reading Get Writing: Reading Skills
3.00 IT for Work
4.00 IT for Retirement
5.00 New Arrivals