Series two. Has Rose changed for the better?
Monty wants someone to bake a cake.
PC Plum finds a new way to communicate.
A Little Romance. Michael envies Ken's love life.
Will the cop forfeit a holiday?
The Chimp. The duo inherit a chimpanzee. (BW)
11.10 Helpmates. The boys clean up after a party. (BW) <S)
Howard Hawks's epic western adventure starring Kirk Douglas.
The 1830s: a pair of tough Kentucky mountain men join a keelboat voyage along the Missouri River, from St Louis into unknown territory.
Review page 51. (1952, U) (BW)
Adrian Chiles meets the baker who's tried to keep his small business afloat.
Naturalist Johnny Kingdom explores Exmoor.
Reef Encounter. The varied inhabitants of a coral reef, such as turtles and sharks.
8/10. Clare visits Lambourn's health farm for horses. The series continues next Monday.
Comedian Scott Charlton wants to swap Poole in Dorset for rural Somerset, so he can be close to his favourite cricket club.
Series producer Mandy Thomson
Executive producer Kate Roberts
Olympic medallists Helen Reeves and Georgina Harland join James Martin and Nick Nairn.
3/10. The pupils paint for the first time - why does
John Humphrys find inspiration in a rolling pin?
Sweet and Sour Charity. Tom and Barbara discover oil in Surbiton. An episode of the sitcom from 1977. Writers John Esmonde and Bob Larbey
Producer John Howard Davies
10/10. Greta Garbo. The bizarre game of cat and mouse between Garbo and the camera is a disturbing parable of our obsession with celebrity. One photographer stalked her for the last ten years of her life - some of his photographs are revealed here for the first time. Producer Victoria Page; Series producer Chris Granlund RT DIRECT: save E5 on The World's Most Photographed hardback. To order for £20 (inci pSp) call [number removed]7979 (national rate)
5/10. Rick goes pike fishing on the River Tarn, cooks the popular confit of duck with braised red cabbage and meets a fellow chef in Moissac, whose dishes are a celebration of seasonal specialities in the area.
Director/Producer David Pritchard Rick Stein 's cherry pie, plus book offer: page 28
5/8. Jason Staines wants to be more gregarious, successful and "macho" as he's tired of being outshone by his extrovert friends. In the hope that extreme dressing will help, Jason dons an array of unusual outfits. After five days, one blind date and some bizarre encounters, will a new Jason have emerged? Series producer Gill Holmes ; Executive producer Vicki Barrass
New series 1/4. The startling untold story behind the Cold War race to launch humans into space. Race for Rockets. With the fall of war-torn
Germany, Soviet and US intelligence become locked in a race to capture Wernher von Braun , the Nazi scientist behind the V-2 rocket. His dream is to travel beyond the moon, but he has a rival, released from Stalin's Gulag. Narrated by Robert Lindsay.
Writer/Director Chris Spencer ; Series producer Debbie Cadbury Fly me to the moon: page 17
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New series 1/8. What links magicians and You Are What You Eat's Gillian McKeith ? They're among comedian Dara O'Briain 's pet hates, as Paul Merton returns with the show inspired by Orwell's 1984.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne
Hosted by Jeremy Paxman.
Donald Trump recaps events of the past 12 weeks. Includes never-before-seen clips and added remarks from Trump on each firing. Shown at 9pm on BBC3 RT DIRECT: save E2 on Trump's book How to Get Rich, paying
£14.99 (including p&p). To order call [number removed]7979 (national rate)
With reference to the death of a novelist's wife, writer Ian Rankin explores the line between crime fact and fiction. Director David Vincent ; Exec producer David Okuefuna
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 PSHE Child. 70370 2.30 PSHE Junk.
38080 4.00 PSHE Study Ireland: Citizenship 2000