Diana's pursued by the Head and Hyperbrain.
Morris digs up some interesting bones.
Can Archie find a use for his new measuring invention?
Perfect Dad. The children moan Michael is too strict.
Prison comedy starring Laurel and Hardy.
Stan's sales pitch leads him and Ollie to jail, where they meet a convict who has an escape plan.
Review page 52. (1931, U) (BW)
Live coverage of the Labour Party conference in Brighton, including reaction from delegates. There's more at 2.30pm. (S)
BBC Parliament live coverage from 10.45am
Blubber Lovers. Enormous elephant seals in California. With David Attenborough.
An elaborate Roman sarcophagus unearthed in Spitalfields, London. With Julian Richards.
Live coverage from the Labour conference in Brighton.
(BBC Parliament live coverage from 2.15pm)
Lindsay and Mark Piper aim to exchange their cramped Notting Hill flat for a large country house in Dorset.
Paul Rankin and Tony Tobin work magic on mystery ingredients.
Ainsley Harriott hosts. (5)
Followed by: Party Conference Broadcast by the Labour Party
While Kate Alcock and James Braxton offer expert valuations in Peterborough, Paul Martin samples some modern sculpture at Burghley House.
Has God entered the ballot box? Cardinal Cormac
Murphy-O'Connor, Archbishop Desmond Tutu , Igbal Sacranie , Tony Benn , Ann Widdecombe , pollster Robert Worcester and philosopher Professor AC Grayling are among those debating if religion has too much say in the political agenda. With David Aaronovitch. Producer Anthony Lee : Executive producer Fiona Stourton
Five decades of viewers' TV opinions.
7/8. Susan King 's hopes that her extreme outfits will reach parts of her personality left untouched by her everyday attire are raised when her life becomes much less predictable. One week on, has her idea of who she is changed for ever? With Angela Buttolph. Producer Nick Bray ; Series producer Gill Holmes
7/10. Rick fulfils a boyhood dream by visiting the canteen of the French Foreign Legion training facility at Castelnaudary. It inspires him to cook a spicy tagine with couscous and write a postcard home to his pet pooch Chalky to let him know what he's missing.
Director/Producer David Pritchard Lamb tagine recipe, plus book offer: page 29
3/4. Race for a Space Man. Sputnik's success in encourages both sides to redouble their efforts. But in contrast to the fanfare as the first US astronauts are paraded, Soviet recruitment is so secretive that even those selected have no idea what the mission is.
Writer/Director Chris Spencer ; Series producer Debbie Cadbury
3/8. Unscheduled firework displays and 19-year-old girls are among the targets for Sara Cox.
Paul Merton will have the final say on which of the Radio 1 DJ's pet hates will be fired into Orwellian oblivion. Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne
Hosted by Jeremy Paxman. (5)
Once Donald Trump has used gruelling interviews to weed out two more candidates, the remaining duo are challenged to run a charity sporting event. Shown at 9pm on BBC3 RT DIRECT: save E2 on Trump's book How to Get Rich, paying
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Visceral horror from director George A Romero. In an underground lab, scientists experiment on zombies in a bid to bring them under control. But a new danger threatens the project. Review page 52. (1985.18) And Don't Miss...: page 47
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