The canines run into an evil apeman and a caveman.
Liberty X perform their comeback single Song for Lovers, ex-Blazin' Squad member Flava discusses his new band Friday Hill, while the Byker Grove set gets the webcam treatment. Plus games and cartoons. With Barney Harwood, Rochelle Wiseman and Kirsten O'Brien.
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Crime writer PD James discusses survival and spirituality, and Sunny Jacobs talks of rebuilding her life after 17 years spent on death row for a murder she didn't commit.
The 2003 heatwave compounds Richard's stress. (Revised rpt)
Growing. How leaves vie for sunlight and vines fight to reach the forest canopy.
introduced by Steve Rider.
12.30,2.20 Golf Live coverage of the World Match Play final is today's sporting centrepiece. The event is one of the most prestigious on the calendar, with the winner pocketing El million - the biggest pay chegue in world golf. Last year South African
Ernie Els claimed a record sixth title after defeating Britain's Lee Westwood two and one. Els has looked almost unbeatable at
Wentworth in recent years but is unable to defend his crown after damaging his knee ligaments. Who will take advantage?
Commentary by Peter Alliss ,
Ken Brown and Andrew Cotter.
INTERACTIVE: if matches overrun, digital viewers can access continued coverage by pressing the red button
1.20 MotoGP Action from the 12th round of the championship from Japan. Italian Valentino Rossi hopes to remain on course for his fifth straight world title in a season where he looks set to better last year's haul of nine GP victories. Suzi Perry hosts. Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish commentate. Producer (motoGP) Belinda Rogerson ; Editor (golf) Josephine McCusker
Highlights from today's 25th Great North Run. Fifty thousand ran in the world's biggest half-marathon from Newcastle to South Shields, raising millions of pounds for charity. Presented by Jonathan Edwards. Editor Jim Bentley
James Blunt , Mariah Carey , Sean Paul and Status
Quo perform. Fearne Cotton and Richard Bacon host. Producer Sally Wood : Executive producer Andi Peters TOP OF THE POPS MAGAZINE: now published fortnightly, price E2
Ida's Boyfriend. Series five. Malcolm's tongue piercing becomes infected. Lois's mother announces she's about to be married. First shown on Sky One
5/5. Four Seasons. Ray's home country, Britain, inspired him to take up bushcraft. How has the art of outdoor living shed new light on every aspect of the changing seasons? Here he explains, using examples of foods, plants and animals - badgers in the South; red deer in Scotland - in their natural habitats.
Producer Kath Moore ; Series producer Ben Southwell RT DIRECT: Ray Mears 's Bushcraft series two DVD is only E23.99. To order call [number removed]3850 (national rate) quoting ref RT
2/4. Ice Ages. Over the past two million years, Europe has been swept by waves of extreme cold. Ice sheets 2km thick once reached as far south as London and Berlin, enabling mammoths to roam the North Sea and lions and hippos to rove what is now Trafalgar Square. Then, at the end of the last great ice age, our forebears set foot on the continent. Sean Pertwee narrates.
Producers Mary Colwell and Pip Lawson ; Series producers Patrick Morris and Klaus Felchtenberger First shown on BBC4
Sam Neill explores what would happen if a massive asteroid ended up on a collision course with Earth.
4/6. Impressions from Jon Culshaw , Jan Ravens , Phil Cornwell , Mark Perry and Kevin Connelly.
Directors Ben Fuller , Pati Marr , Producer Gareth Edwards The new series continues on Radio 4 at 6.30pm on Friday
Liverpool took on Manchester United for the first time since becoming European champions. Plus action from Sunday's other games - Blackburn v Newcastle, Manchester City v Bolton and Wigan v Middlesbrough. Producer Paul Foster ; Editor Mark Demuth
Afternoon Delight. Gob orders mass firings following a humiliating incident at the company Christmas do. The next episode is on Thursday at 1120pm on BBC4. Shown last Thursday on BBC4
Could Britain be celebrating for the first time since Leanda Cave's victory in 2002? Craig Doyle reports from Gamagori city on Japan's Aichi island. Producer Tim Gaunt
Romantic comedy. 1962:19-year-old Peggy works in her brother's Chinese laundry in Liverpool. When her Hong Kong-based father writes that he's chosen a husband for her, she decides to set out to find her own ideal man. In English and Cantonese with subtitles. Review page 59.
Director Frances-Anne Solomon (1997)
WorkSkills in Construction Repeats not indicated.
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