The last five warriors face more challenges.
Chosen by Wadebridge Town FC under 10s.
Taj changes his image.
Tracy seeks stardom.
Vote for your fave, from Arthur, Mona and The New Scooby and Scrappy Show, on [number removed] (cost 10p).
Robbie plays a nasty trick on Stephanie.
How working together pays.
Makeover. Claire talks Jay into having a makeover.
The latest news from Westminster. Presented by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott. (S)
Giant otters v black caimans in the Peruvian Amazon.
Stephen Fry appeals on behalf of Starlight Children's Foundation. DONATIONS: see Sunday 4.40pm BBC1
Double bill, including a visit to the Vale of Evesham.
A chilly bedroom becomes a luscious lilac boudoir.
John Craven tries his hand at woodwork and James Martin creates mouthwatering treats with gooseberries.
8/10. July sees giant cabbages and massive cauliflowers.
Ed Baines and Phil Vickery feel the heat today.
Did yesterday's challengers scoop the prize or will a roll-over raise the stakes for today's quiz show?
Halfway through the week and Claudia Winkleman is back with all the news, gossip and backstage action from the world of Strictly Come Dancing.
The second of five separate investigative films from the This World team. The grand edifice of India's
Bollywood - the world's biggest film industry - was rocked earlier this year by allegations of a casting couch and sex being traded for film roles. Reporter Tanya Datta goes behind the scenes to investigate. Producer Darius Bazargan ; Exec producer Karen O'Connor
4/8. Three young people set out to buy one of almost 50,000 abandoned homes littering the streets of Manchester. Architect
Maxwell Hutchinson takes a break from designing new houses and turns his hand to helping them. But first Nadeem, Shugufta and Tanya, who are all still living at home, have to do the detective work necessary to track down the owner and persuade them to sell. Series producer Jane Merkin ; Exec producer Cassie Braban RT Dl RECT: book How to Rescue a House: Turn an Unloved Property into Your Dream Home is only E13.50 inc p&p (UK delivery only). To order call [number removed]042 quoting RT or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com
The Hebridean island of Mull, off Scotland's west coast, is home to the most spectacular wildlife including sea eagles, golden eagles, otters, seals, dolphins, whales and sharks. Cameraman Gordon Buchanan, who grew up on the island, returns to spend a year getting close to the wild inhabitants.
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BBC Wildlife Magazine: Â£3.10 monthly. New issue on sale 20 October
An update on the remarkable wild barn owl family introduced to the nation on Springwatch with Bill Oddie earlier this year.
Julius Caesar 's Greatest Battle. A journey through modern France in the footsteps of Julius Caesar.
Reconstructions provide an insight into the climax of Caesar's bloody eight-year conflict in Gaul: the great siege at Alesia in 52 BC would seal Gaul's fate and shape the future of the Western world.
Directors/Producers Melanie Archer and Bill Lyons
Followed by Rome Preview A sneak peek at
BBC2's epic drama Rome, which starts next week.
7/7. Among things that don't make Jenny Eclair laugh are charmless muggers and Tottenham Court Road in London. But will she convince Paul Merton they should be condemned to Orwellian obscurity? A special edition is scheduled for Christmas.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne
Hosted by Jeremy Paxman.
In 1956 Britain embarked on a war against Egypt, sparking public outrage. Egyptian politicians, soldiers and civilians tell their side of the story.
Producer Dominic Gallagher ; Exec producer Ross Wilson
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 History Days That Shook the World. Kristallnacht, Hiroshima and the fall of the Berlin Wall.
4.00 History The Cold War. The crises which lasted from 1945 to the late 1980s.