G4 perform a version of Cry Me a River, Grange Hill's Kacey Barnfield guests in Pop Art. Plus games and cartoons. With Barney Harwood and Rochelle Wiseman.
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Two men embark on a quest for acceptance - one looking to take part in a Bollywood film, the other seeking spiritual enlightenment.
Plus stars reveal their joy of curry, Chris Beardshaw creates a Japanese garden and Diarmuid Gavin guests. With Nicki Chapmaa
Series producer Dick Sharman
1/8, A young family in Chingford,
Essex, get an imaginative garden complete with wooden tunnels, thanks to Diarmuid Gavin.
2/6 Exploring the land of bizarre lizards, ferocious marsupials and wallabies able to leap across sheer cliffs.
**** Billy Wilder 's hugely enjoyable Second World War drama. June 1942: as Rommel's troops advance into Egypt, the fate of the desert campaign hangs on the only survivor of a British tank crew discovering the secret of Rommel's "Five Graves". Review page 56.
Cpl John Bramble:
Field Marshal Rommel Erich:
Before I Die. A black marketeer needs help with blackmail and parenting problems.
Mr Monk and the TV Star. Has an actor on a TV cop show killed his ex-Wife?
As Wales prepares for St David 's Day, Aled Jones and Katherine Jenkins visit Swansea. Music comes from the Tabernacle
Chapel in Morriston and hymns include Jesu Lover of My Soul and Guide Me 0 Thou Great
A day in the Cotswolds as a hazy dawn stirs sleeping deer and buzzards soar on the afternoon breezes.
Producer Roger Webb : Executive producer Fiona Pitcher
Secrets of the Maya Underworld. Beneath the jungle-clad temples of Mexico's Yucatan, lies the world's largest network of flooded caves.
Producer Tim Scoones ; Series editor Tim Martin (AD)
7/8. A team of mental health workers from Wales lead the Norman army against King Harold at the Battle of Hastings in 1066. With Richard Hammond. Series producer Angus Cameron
1/5. Aboriginal Britain. The survival expert reveals how hunter-gatherers lived in Stone Age Britain.
Director Tuppence Stone Series producer Ben Southwell (AD)
8/11. Celebrity Big Brother winner Bez, GMTV's Kate Garraway and crooner Tony Christie guest. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Steve Doherty
Repeated next Saturday Phill Jupitus on Public Enemy: page 44
New series 1/6. Paul Whitehouse takes on several different guises as clients seeking the counsel of therapist Peter, as played by Chris Langham , in this new comedy. Also featuring Alison King. Writers Chris Langham and Paul Whitehouse
Director Declan Lowney : Producer Jane Berthoud The Paul Whitehouse experience: page 30
8/12. The Power and the Glory. Gulliver hits the big time when he takes on a potentially explosive case.
Writer Jimmy Gardner ; Director Barry Bradbeer
Producer Victoria Fea First shown on BBC3 (AD)
Highlights from today's Premiership games as Middlesbrough play Chariton and Newcastle host
Bolton at St James's Park. Hosted by Adrian Chiles. Series producer James Irving ; Editor Mark Demuth
Missing Kitty. Gob tries to make the family yacht disappear. Next episode Thursday 10.10pm on BBC4. Shown last Thursday on BBC4 (AD)
2/8. Mutants. One of the zookeepers, Joey Moose , goes missing. With Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding. Writers Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding; Director Paul King
Producer Alison MacPhail First shown on BBC3
Highlights of Ireland v England.
Plus a look at yesterday's other Six Nations clashes. Director Phil Sibson ; Series editor Lucy Cutler
Repeated on Wednesday at 2pm
Claustrophobic drama starring Ida Lupino and Robert Ryan. A lonely widow hires a handyman, unaware he is in fact a dangerous psychopath on the run. Review page 56. Director Harry Horner (1952) (BW)
www.bbcco.uk/learningzone WorkSkills: Make Your Mark Repeats not indicated.
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5.00 Youth Nation