A spell goes awry.
Rptd from yesterday at 3.40pm on BBC1
The team must kill their own food.
Grace holds a birthday barbecue. (S)
Space-walking with Nat and Pete.
What will become of Miss Hoolie's tinfoil trays?
Let Them Eat Pie. A sweet-toothed thief shamelessly scoffs Michael's dessert.
n Children's adventure. Heidi is given three wooden figures as a birthday present, unaware of their meaning. Review page 54. Director George Templeton (1958)
Live coverage of the Conservative Party conference, including leadership contender David Davis's speech. More at 2.30pm.
BBC Parliament live coverage from 9.30am
The building of St Paul's Cathedral from the viewpoint of Wren's clerk of works.
Business analysis, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Punk Puffins and Hard Rock. The puffins and storm petrels that nest on the tiny volcanic island of St Lazaria, Alaska.
Including a speech by leadership contender Liam Fox. BBC Parliament live coverage from 2.15pm
From a Glasgow suburb to a cosy Borders cottage.
The oven gloves are off for Nick Nairn and Phil Vickery. RECIPES: available on Ceefax page or via www.bbc.co.uk/food
Uncompromising quiz. Then Party Conference Broadcast By the Conservative Party.
The history of bagpipes, plus a Glasgow tenement flat that's stayed unchanged for 100 years.
When I'm 65. The Goods retirement plans are under scrutiny in a special edition from 1978, recorded in the presence of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh. Writers John Esmonde and Bob Larbey
Producer John Howard Davies
1/8. It's puzzling to discover that, while the homeless sleep rough and first-time buyers are priced out of the market, almost one million houses stand empty in Britain. Many are in a shocking state - but architect Maxwell Hutchinson believes they deserve another chance. Here, accompanied by eager house -hunter Judith Cummings , he visits Liverpool in search of properties with potential - and finds out why they were left to rack and ruin.
The Inside Story: page 92
8/8. "The frumpy one" is how family distinguish between Dawn Elgey and her twin sister. Dawn is less than thrilled with this, and hopes a new wardrobe will stop the unkind comments. What will they make of the more adventurous outfits - and how will Dawn feel at the end of the week? With Angela Buttolph.
Producer Micci Billinger ; Series producer Gill Holmes
8/10. A salty Mediterranean breeze puts Rick in the mood for freshly grilled sardines, seafood with squid-ink pasta - and a nice glass of chilled rose.
Director/Producer David Pritchard Vanilla-poached apricots with honey madeleines: p31
4/4. 1961: the Soviets launch the first man into space, prompting President Kennedy to raise the bar - a man on the moon. While America's Braun can fund the world's most powerful rocket, Soviet designer Korolev has only a fraction of the US budget - but he does have an ingenious plan.
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Wernher von Braun:
4/8. Some might have opted to get rid of his famous woolly jumpers - but for ex-Tory MP Gyles Brandreth the House of Commons and the Royal Variety Performance top the hit list. With Paul Merton.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne
Hosted by Jeremy Paxman. (S)
"You're hired": they're both longing to hear it, but only one finalist will walk away with a six-figure job offer from Donald Trump. Who's got what it takes to oversee a charity fundraiser - and can they stay calm in the face of rain, jittery sponsors and other glitches? Shown at 9pm on BBC3 The UK version of The Apprentice with Alan Sugar returns next year RT DIRECT: save E2 on Trump's book How to Get Rich, paying
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Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 Macbeth Shorts Key scenes.
4.00 The Merchant of Venice Tom Stoppard's abridged version, followed by an animated Macbeth.