Robert accepts a challenge.
Suzie Sweet is leading the street parade, but needs help.
Keep fit time for gnomes.
Invisible burglars strike.
A manned sun-probe runs into trouble.
TC and the new cat in town compete for a movie role.
Third comedy in the Love Bug series, starring Dean Jones.
The lovable Volkswagen Beetle is entered in the Paris-Monte
Carlo rally. But jewel thieves have hidden a diamond in Herbie's petrol tank. Review page 51. Director Vincent McEveety (1977. U)
Herbie Goes Bananas is tomorrow at 1pm
Upholding the law on the fox hunting ban.
With chefs Phil Vickery and Nick Nairn.
4/5. Bedford's Rainbow Warriors are today's challengers.
Arched eyebrows and acerbic putdowns.
Concerns and enthusiasms about TV.
3/4. A Hindu Wedding. In a tsunami relief camp in the south of India, 18-year-old Maha prepares for her wedding day - an event tarnished by her doubting her faith after losing her mother in the Boxing Day disaster. See Tuesday's choice.
Producer Nick Millard
4/8. The villagers decide to reassess their lives.
Director Charlie Forman ; Producer Nigel Farrell
5/6. Ed and Paula Hucklebridge from Newbury, Berkshire, are overspending by thousands of pounds a year, treating their family to DVDs, mobile phones and electrical appliances. Financial advisor Lawrence Gold faces a tough job bringing them back from the brink of bankruptcy. Max Beesley narrates. Producer Nek Finnis ; Executive producer Helen Bullough BBC ACTION LINE: [number removed]09. Calls are free
3/6. Kate Winslet takes on a worthy role she hopes will bag her an Oscar and Andy puts on a uniform that could see him win his first girlfriend.
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One to Watch - Ashley Jensen : page 55
3/6. Introducing new characters Ivan and Judy - wigmakers to the stars, and DI Angie Barker , tough cop and mother. Guest-starring Una Stubbs.
Director Gordon Anderson ; Producer Geoffrey Perkins The RT Interview with Catherine Tate : page 24
3/6. Blood Bank. With Charles in prison, Martin deals with an artist who has the potential to win the Turner prize, but wants no part of the art world media circus.
Writer Guy Andrews ; Producer Paul Schlesinger
Director Tristram Shapeero
With Kirsty Wark.
2/6. The East. Tracing the footsteps of Victorian photographer PH Emerson, exploring decay and neglect in Norfolk and Suffolk, and memories of Essex.
Producer Helen Nixon ; Executive producer Basil Comely
On the Romney Marsh in Kent. there are ruined churches in the middle of fields and tales of towns lost at sea. Professor Aubrey Manning attempts to discover what happened to these lost communities. Director/Producer Martin Mortimore
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Homegrown Hollywood A night of short films showcasing emerging and established film-makers from around the UK. Includes the Oscar-nominated short film Everything in This Country Must, directed by Gary McKendry. Presented by James King. Contains strong language and disturbing scenes. <S)