Dig it with Pete and Nat. (S)
Wedding bells are ringing but is Archie's unreliable car going to spoil the special day?
A fault develops during a rocket launch, endangering a manned satellite.
10.50 Give or Take a Million
Festive celebrations are jeopardized by two thieves.
Lovesick Choo Choo is set up with a glamorous date.
The gang attempt to win prizes on TV.
Adrian Chiles 's cycle ride takes him to a roadside cafe, a wine merchant and to the world's tallest town crier. In the studio, viewers' questions on mortgages are answered by broker Pat Bunton. Email email@example.com or via www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch. Editor Tracey Hobbs
Ominous drama starring Robert Stack and Dorothy Malone. A fire in the boiler room of a veteran American liner sparks off an explosion that threatens the survival of the ship and her passengers. Review page 54. Director Andrew L Stone (1960)
5/10. Clare Balding meets the trainer of Best Mate.
A Stockport couple look for a new beginning in Conwy, Wales, now that their children have grown up.
Lesley Waters and Nick Nairn are under starter's orders.
Romeo the otter meets Rosie. But will it be love at first sight? Last in series.
Lady Victoria Leatham , resident of Burghley, invites Jeremy Musson to spend a weekend exploring her 16th-century family home's long and rich history.
Director Spike Geilinger , Series producer Richard Trayler-Smith
4/12. December promises tankards of authentic 17th-century booze as the experts prepare to celebrate Christmas, but first winter clothes must be made and a wood store built. Owen Teale narrates. Producer Peter Sommer ; Series producer David Upshal
3/8. The Return of the Military Man.
Richard Holmes recounts how, as Lord of the Admiralty, Winston became involved in the disastrous First
World War campaign at Gallipoli.
Producer Harvey Lilley ; Executive producer Mark Fielder
First shown on BBC4
A nectar bar is created to showcase some of the best late-summer perennials. Sarah gives the cottage garden a tidy and Joe assesses the ponds.
Producer Andy Vernon ; Series producer Sarah Moors Alan Titchmarsh 's 30-minute gardener: page 32
New series 1/3. A compelling dramatisation of Patrick Hamilton 's tale of unrequited love in 1930s London. The Midnight Bell: Bob's Story. The Midnight Bell pub is the scene of desperate longing as barman Bob pursues an infatuation with streetwalker Jenny.
Dramatised by Kevin Elyot ; Producer Kate Harwood ; Director
Simon Curtis First shown on BBC4
A short film set in a London taxi.
2/4. The anatomy of northern food, with contributions from the likes of Jenny Eclair , Shobna Gulati , Noddy Holder, Stuart Maconie , Carole Malone ,
Mark Radcliffe , Stephen Tompkinson , Tony Wilson and Michael Winner. Keith Barren narrates.
Director/Producer Pip Banyard
With Gavin Esler.
Julie Myerson , Mark Kermode and Kwame Kwei-Armah discuss the latest cultural offerings. Kirsty Wark hosts. Producer Tanya Hudson
Action from Tuesday night's album-of-the-year awards featuring, among others,
Coldplay, Kaiser Chiefs and the Magic Numbers. With Jools Holland and Jo Whiley. See Tuesday's choice. Director Phil Heyes : Producer Alison Howe
Tough drama starring
Missy Crider. Aspiring singer Aggie is sent to a brutal prison after being framed for the murder of a sleazy record company executive. Review page 54.
Director John McNaughton (1994,15)
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
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