Paw prints ruin a painting.
Postman George has a day off.
Jade gains talismanic power.
Mr Tumble's dancing shoes. (Signed)
Going Bye Bye! Stan and Ollie need to leave town. (BW) Then Turning Points A milestone in actor Hugh Lloyd 's life.
Business updates. Followed by The Witness
Burt Lancaster and the late Virginia Mayo star in a romantic swashbuckling adventure set in medieval Lombardy.
Heroic rebel leader Dardo hatches a daring plan when his son is seized by the tyrant Ulrich.
(Review page 50)
(Virginia Mayo stars in "Captain Horatio Hornblower RN" on Thursday at 1.05pm)
(Film Trivia: page 47)
Seating and a water feature for a compact urban space.
Nicki Chapman turns tour guide at Glamis Castle.
England goalie David James and Special Olympics gold medallist Georgina Hulme guest. Live coverage of England v Netherlands is tomorrow at 7.30pm on BBC1
With Anne Robinson.
I Debbie's Hero. A kidney donor's selfless act saved a young leukaemia sufferer's life. Now she wants to perform a "thank-you" song - for her father.
11/12. Visitors from snowy Seefeld in Austria hope to impress the Cumbrian townsfolk with their very own winter wonderland. An ice carving would make the perfect centrepiece - trouble is, ice sculptors are thin on the ground in Sedbergh. More tomorrow at 7pm. Series producer Helen Nightingale ; Exec producer Cal Turner
- The Falls. Every year 300 million spawning salmon travel from the ocean to their Alaskan river nurseries.
In the upstream rapids, hungry grizzly bears and bald eagles await their arrival. Sean Pertwee narrates this fascinating look at the fishes' survival strategy. Producer Simon Bell ; Series producer Lizzie Green
6/6. An innovation in winter sports, a nifty storage solution, a hi-tech advertising concept and a glossy magazine - they're all great ideas, but are any of them money-spinners? The pressure is on as entrepreneurs pitch to potential investors. With Evan Davis. Director Martyn Smith ; Series producer John Hesling
Repeated tomorrow at 11.20pm www.bbc.co.uk/dragonsden
5/6. Frenzied Killing. SS Lieutenant
Colonel Adolf Eichmann ordered the deportation of Hungary's Jews following occupation in 1944, precipitating the most intensive period of slaughter in Auschwitz's history. The Allies, meanwhile, faced dilemmas: should they divert valuable resources to bomb transport routes to the camp? And should they consider Eichmann's offer of one million Jewish lives in exchange for certain provisions - the "Blood for Goods" deal?
Samuel West narrates. The Pawnbroker is at 11.50pm. Directors Detlef Siebert and Dominic Sutherland
Producer Laurence Rees
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4/5. Hey Jo. Having made millions from British booze-cruisers, ex-market trader Dave West now has big plans for Hey Jo, a swanky Mayfair members' club named after his girlfriend Jo. But as work begins, their relationship falters.
Producer Chester Dent ; Executive producer Bill Grist
Repeated next Monday
With Jeremy Paxman. (5)
7/10. Is digital Asian TV making any impact on second-generation audiences? Plus bhangra's rise in Britain and Punjabi rap from San Francisco's Bohemia.
Series producer Gurdip Bhangoo ; Executive producer Tommy Nagra www.bbc.co.uk/asiannetwork
Haunting psychological drama starring Rod Steiger as Sol Nazerman, a New York City pawnbroker whose traumatic experiences in the Nazi death camps have left him emotionally scarred. Review page 50.
(1965, 12) (BW)
Peter Sallis and Lesley Joseph look back at key moments in their lives.
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
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