Underwater creatures. Signed. (SL)
Ghostly double bill. (R) (S)
Turning holiday snaps into giant works of art.
Heavy rain starts to seep through the nursery roof.
A story about children swimming.
Pumpkin is upset. (R) (S)
Moving the Empire State Building turns out to be a bad idea. (R) (S)
Is a famous magician kidnapping the children of wealthy families? (R) (S)
Benny has been kidnapped by a ruthless gang. (R) (S)
*** War drama starring Dirk Bogarde based on the real-life adventures of cocky PoW Charlie Coward who was a constant thorn in the flesh of his German captors. Review page 56. Director Andrew L Stone (1962, U)
Jake and Gavin refurbish a sad bathroom in Woking, Surrey.
Searching for a good buy in the French town of Biot.
Lesley Waters and Tony Tobin take each other on. <R)
Paul Martin and experts James Lewis and Nigel Smith head for the resort of Bournemouth. (Revised rpt)
Antiques Roadshow's Lars Tharp reveals a punchbowl's secret, plus ways to bid wisely at an auction.
Jeremy Musson discovers that Bellamont's Gothic arches and castellation are not quite what they seem. Director Dave Huw Jones ; Producer Richard Trayier-Smith
New series 1/12. A trip back to the realm of James I as a team of archaeologists and historians try to run a Welsh farm for 12 months as if it's the year 1620.
September. The would-be farmers use oxen to plough the land, but have to sow the seeds by hand. They also prepare a rustic Jacobean feast. Owen Teale narrates. Producer Peter Sommer ; Series producer David Upshal Alan Titchmarsh on history's lessons: page 36
Monty Don and the team host this year's roadshow from Nottingham. As well as garden-hopping around the city, they'll be solving horticultural problems and swapping techniques and plants with local gardeners. Producer Rosemary Edwards ; Series producer Sarah Moors RT DIRECT: save £ 2 on Gardeners' World - Gardening from Berr/fields. To order for £18 including p&p, call [number removed]7979 (national rate) The 30-minute gardener: page 36
9/13. Wick to Berwick. Nicholas Crane begins the next leg of his journey at John o' Groats, the village farthest from Land's End. At Cruden Bay he sees the impact made 35 years ago by the discovery of North Sea oil. Meanwhile Miranda Krestovnikoff observes bottlenose dolphins in the Moray Firth. INTERACTIVE: for details see Sunday at 9pm
RT DIRECT: save E2 on the paperback book Coast, paying only £14.99 (incl p&p). To order call [number removed]7979 (national rate)
5/6. Hatch. Jack and Victor conceive a plan that proceeds to cause shock waves across Craigland.
Writers Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan
Director/Producer Michael Hines
With Gavin Esler.
1/3. The Variety Theatre Company of Gibraltar's Nuts CocoNuts, and Nobel Prize winner Dario Fo. With Stuart Maconie.
Elegant romantic comedy fantasy adapted from Shakespeare's play, updated to late-19th-century Italy, starring
Kevin Kline and Michelle Pfeiffer. Duke Theseus is preparing for his marriage to Hippolyta, yet she is not the only reluctant bride at court. Review page 56. Director Michael Hoffman (1999, PG)
On 12 December 1901, Guglielmo Marconi proves that wireless waves can be sent across the Atlantic.
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Open University/General Interest
2.00 Two Religions: Two Communities
2.30 Words and Music
3.00 Fortress Britain
3.30 English, English Everywhere
4.00 At Home
4.30 About Care
5.00 Renaissance Secrets: Riddle of the Dome
5.30 Ever Wondered?