Stories on legends and heroes.
Series two. Hungry Skirty and Noshie go looking for food.
Edie goes missing.
Carol Vorderman visits Kakadu, home of Australia's largest national park.
The Fregosi Emerald. A cursed ring causes problems for the spooky clan. (BW) Followed by The Witness
With Adam Shaw.
Exploring the Cheviot Hills in Northumberland.
Western starring Randolph Scott. Determined to make the new territory of Oklahoma a safer place,
Marshal Vance reckons without opposition from desperadoes like Billy the Kid. Review page 50. Director Ray Enright (1948) (BW)
A report on the success of Countrywatch. (5)
An Essex family try to establish a fish and chip restaurant on the Costa del Sol.
Brian Turner and Nick Nairn are up against the clock.
Paul Martin goes on a journey to discover the real Jane Austen as more collectables are valued in Andover, Hampshire. www.bbc.co.uk/antiques
8/11. A trio of convertibles - the Audi TT, Nissan
350Z and Chrysler Crossfire - head for Iceland. A new car from Ferrari, the F430, is tested; and this week's Star in a Reasonably Priced Car is lyricist extraordinaire Sir Tim Rice. With Jeremy Clarkson , Richard Hammond and James May.
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It's bonnets to ballroom dancing as contestants are quizzed on the novels of Jane Austen , naked eye astronomy in Britain, the American Civil War
1861-1865 and the musical films of Fred Astaire.
John Humphrys asks the questions.
Director Derek Hallworth ; Series producer Pam Cavannagh
4/6. The no-nonsense amateur agony aunt meets a wife whose husband is addicted to prescription drugs, a woman playing second fiddle to her boyfriend's obsession with West Bromwich Albion and parents whose 20-something sons won't leave the house and get themselves jobs.
Series producer Paul Franklin ; Exec producer David Tibballs FREE HELPLINE: [number removed]. lines open from 7.30am to 12 midnight, seven days per week. All calls are confidential
3/5. imagine being at home, only to be removed bodily to witness your house's destruction by bulldozers so unscrupulous bureaucrats can profit from the valuable land it stands on. No, this isn't the opening sequence from Douglas Adams 's The
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, but a story from the Moscow property market where a series of multimillion dollar scams involving corrupt judges and tax officials, Mafia storm-troopers and bent cops have made a nonsense of President Putin's hawkish profile as a restorer of law and order. Producer Christopher Mitchell
Executive producer Karen O'Connor
3/6. Children aged between seven and 11 film the minutiae of their lives over several months.
Moving On. Twins Zoe-ella and Danniella, eight, speak of constantly moving home following the break-up of their parents' relationship, while Danny, 11, investigates his difficult relationship with his father. Plus the film of eight-year-old twins Lea and Gemma as their parents split up and move apart.
Series producer Dermot Caulfield Exec producer Tracy Jeune
With Eddie Mair.
Storyville recounts the tale of King Leopold II of Belgium's brutal colonisation of central Africa, in which he carved out an empire based on terror in order to harvest rubber. Families were often held as hostages, starving to death if the men failed to produce enough wild rubber, with children's hands chopped off as punishment for late deliveries.
Open University/General Interest Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Homegrown Hollywood 1/3. Showcases featuring the work of emerging and established UK film-makers. Including the Bafta-nominated Elephant Boy. Strong language and distressing scenes.