Sapphire buys an evil, magic mirror.
Shown yesterday at 3.40pm on BBC1
The team fly by snow-plane onto a spectacular glacier.
The game show that tests friendships.
Is Sportacus guilty of stealing a birthday cake?
Auntie Mabel explores a wood.
Edie visits a mosque.
Double Date. Michael checks on Claire's boyfriend.
Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 See You, See Me (ages 9-11) 5165944 10.50 BBC Primary History (ages 7-11)
The Forgotten Battlefield. Excavating in Ypres, Belgium.
Repeats are not indicated.
1.00 What? Where? When? Why?(ages 5-7) Double bill.
Comedy western starring
Robert Mitchum and George Kennedy. Trouble is brewing in the frontier town of Progress, but nobody listens to Marshal Flagg until his old adversary, train robber Big John McKay, arrives in town. Review page 58. Director Burt Kennedy (1969) Robert Mitchum stars in The Big Steal, tomorrow at 10.20am
Revealing the unlikely life story of Castle Howard's architect
2/10. The allotment inspector visits the Highgate site.
James Tanner and Paul Rankin don their aprons.
Can today's challengers triumph over the champion know-it-alls? Dermot Murnaghan is the man with the questions.
The celebrity leading ladies talk about the pressure of the competition to host Claudia Winkleman , while judges Bruno Tonioli and Arlene Phillips give their views on the contest so far.
5/6. One Day in May. As the people of Britain celebrate peace on VE Day in 1945, a housewife tells of her missing husband, a German soldier imprisoned in Essex speaks out and a rebellious young girl from Norfolk gives her thoughts. Producer Patrick McGrady ; Series producer Ian Cundall
First shown on BBC1 East
6/8. Kent. Bill enjoys late-summer sunshine and berry-laden bushes as he revisits childhood haunts. There are cute, cuddly dormice and a muddy dig for shells - plus a surprising find: a colony of scorpions. Producer Victoria Webb ; Series producer Stephen Moss
Britain's first abstract art movement, Vorticism; pleasure piers of the English seaside: the life and work of novelist Elizabeth Smart: and sitcom One Foot in the Grave, are the topics in this second-round heat. Director Derek Hallworth ; Series producer Pam Cavannagh
The Britons. A whistle-stop tour of ancient British technology, from the 700,000-year-old hand axe recently unearthed in Norfolk, via Stonehenge's impressive architecture to the invention of the chariot. Presented by Adam Hart-Davis .
Series producer Ian Potts Postponed from Tuesday 4 October
2/4. Continuing their month-long expedition across Nicaragua, the team face bandit country, crocodile-infested waters and a seemingly endless trek in an unforgiving 40°c heat. But each of the disabled participants is facing additional personal and physical challenges and tempers are beginning to fray. Contains strong language.
Producer Michael Lynch ; Series producer Mike Warner
Repeated with signing next Wednesday on BBC1 The Inside Story: page 94
2/6. God Are You Out There? After recovering from a near-fatal encounter with a black swamp toad, Paul thinks he sees the face of God in space.
Writer Harry Cripps : Director Matt Lipsey ; Executive producers
David Maher , David Taylor , Beryl Vertue and Sue Vertue
Dr Paul Hamilton:
Dr Rachel Mann:
Professor Pip Cartwright:
Professor Mike French:
With Jeremy Paxman.
A Storyville portrait of the iconic war photographer, heralded as the pre-eminent documentarian of the 20th century, who photographed five epic conflicts on three continents - all in the 40 short years of his life. Director Anne Makepeace ; Series editor Nick Fraser
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
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