The Sky Demon loses his tail.
Cameron faces probing questions from the press then his friends shun him. Part of the Potty about Books season.
Coaching Josie for a boat race puts a strain on Penny's voice.
Mr Mopple finds a box full of silver cups.
Building a hedgehog crossing.
Comedy based on the novel by PG Wodehouse, starring
Norman Wisdom. During the 1920s, two men returning to
England on a transatlantic liner fall in love with two fellow passengers. Review page 58. Director Henry Kaplan (1962, U)
A world-class line-up tees off on the opening day of the Women's British Open golf championship at Royal Birkdale. The defending champion, England's
Karen Stupples , will be counting on the support of the Lancashire crowd as she aims for a repeat of her conclusive five-stroke victory at Sunningdale last year, which earned her a cheque for £160,000. Presented by Hazel Irvine.
Meanwhile, the 3.25 Goodwood
Cup, worth E100,000 and won last year by Darasim, is the showpiece race on day three of Glorious Goodwood, with other starts at 2.15, 2.50 and 4.00. Editor (golf) Barbara Slater ; Executive producer (golf) Kate McKeag
Are today's lots in Derby worth a pretty penny, or little more than the paper they're wrapped in?
Deep underground in the Yorkshire Dales, Aubrey Manning uncovers the secrets of dry-stone walls.
Producer John Triffitt ; Executive producer Richard Reisz Aubrey Manning investigates Landscape Mysteries at 12 midnight
3/8. The Rev Christine Musser is touched by the public's generosity after the flash floods in Boscastle. Director Charlie Forman ; Producer Nigel Farrell
4/6. South East Asia or South America? Roving
Liverpudlian lass Debra Powell , 24, longs to continue her round-the-world adventures, but first there's the small matter of maxed-out credit cards and mounting bank loans to consider. It's time for Debra to hear some sobering home truths - but will she listen to her exasperated parents? Max Beesley narrates.
Producer Jamie Matson : Executive producer Helen Bullough BBC ACTION LINE: [number removed]09. Calls are free
2/6. Once again, failed actor Andy (Ricky Gervais ) is stuck with a non-speaking role. Sick of his whingeing, best friend Maggie tells him to ask the star for a line or two. But TV tough guy Ross Kemp is an imposing figure - does Andy have the courage? Also featuring Vinnie Jones and ex-EastEnder Shaun Williamson.
Writers/Directors Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant
Producer Charlie Hanson Why We Love.... Ricky Gervais : page 63
2/6. A dog trainer whose unorthodox methods deliver hair-raising results is one of many colourful characters in the award-winning sketch show. Featuring Jill Halfpenny and Brian Murphy.
Writers Derren Litten and Catherine Tate ; Producer Geoffrey Perkins Director Gordon Anderson
2/6. The Trial. Charles is placed on trial for perjury when it is revealed that he invented an underage-sex scandal to promote a client's new book.
Writer Andrew Rattenbury : Producer Paul Schlesinger
Director Tristram Shapeero
Anthony Dawson MP:
With Gavin Esler.
1/6. The North. Top photographers use unfamiliar digital equipment to document football fever in Liverpool and the rise of Sheffield's service industries. Producer Heidi Perry ; Executive producer Basil Comely
How are strange grooves in rocks on the North Yorkshire coast linked to Britain's industrial past? Professor Aubrey Manning investigates.
Director Nick Metcalfe ; Producer Martin Mortimore
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Homegrown Hollywood 3/3. Short films. With strong language and disturbing scenes.