A double bill concludes a re-run of series two. The identities of the two terrible witches are revealed.
Archie's rhyme machine.
Highlights of North Queensland. With Carol Vorderman.
The Musician. Eddie becomes a trumpet virtuoso. (BW) Followed by The Witness
Actor Tom Courtenay on the theatre business, plus answers to viewers' pension queries. Email email@example.com or via www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch. Director Duncan Hess
Editor Tracey Hobbs
The stark beauty of Dartmoor
A four-card meeting at Newbury, with starts at 2.15, 2.45, 3.20 and 3.50. With Clare Balding and Rishi Persad. Commentary by Jim McGrath and analysis from Willie Carson and Ray Cochrane. Director Steve Docherty ; Editor Stephen Cook www.bbc.co.uk/racing
An antiques hunt in pretty Isle-sur-la-Sorgue in Provence.
Brian Turner and Paul Rankin cook up a storm.
Hazel Irvine introduces live coverage of the London Grand Prix at Crystal Palace. For timetable see BBC1, where coverage continues at 7pm, including the potentially explosive men's 100m final. Radio 5 Live has coverage in Sport on 5 from 7pm
Joe Swift brings a Moroccan feel to a courtyard garden in Leeds, incorporating Islamic art's geometric designs. Producer Paul Vanezis ; Series producer Vanessa Jackson
2/2. Scarborough's entry for the national flowerbed competition, plus an inspirational design for a small garden from the Cheshire Women's Institute.
Continued live coverage of the London Grand Prix, the biggest meeting in the UK athletics diary.
New series 1/13. Dover's iconic chalk cliffs are the dramatic starting point for this epic exploration of Britain's 11,700 miles of coastline.
Dover to Exmouth. Nicholas Crane finds man-made defences on the south coast; Mark Horton reveals why Portsmouth became home to the Royal Navy; and Neil Oliver learns of a Nazi concentration camp in the Channel Islands. Beachcombing is explored in The Wrecking Season at 10pm on BBC4.
Series producer Steve Evanson ; Series editor Gill Tierney INTERACTIVE: short films, details of 39 coastal walks around
Britain (12 with mobile phone commentary), plus details of how to sign up for free local guided walks are available via the red button. Details of the walks are also available at www.bbc.co.uk/whereilive or by calling the information line on [number removed] (national rate) It's a shore thing: p22; Alan Titchmarsh 's favourite coastal locations, plus book offer: p25;
1/6. Sitcom about two rascally pensioners.
Tongues wag in Glasgow when Jack and Victor's pal takes up with a woman half his age.
With Gavin Esler.
Tony Parsons and Natasha Walter join Mark Lawson. Producer Tanya Hudson
New series 1/3. Stranger on the Shore. In the 1920s American dance bands were banned from touring Britain - yet by the 60s dapper trad-jazzers were topping the charts. So what changed? Terence
Stamp narrates a look at the birth of jazz in Britain. Series producer Mike Connolly ; Exec producer Mark Cooper
Creepy thriller starring Dorothy McGuire. A killer stalking a small New England town targets women with physical disabilities: women such as Helen, a mute servant in an old, dark Gothic mansion. Review page 52.
Director Robert Siodmak (1946, PG) (BW) Film Highlights: page 44
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