Double bill with the sophisticated dog.
The five remaining warriors continue their quest.
A venomous tiger snake, whale sharks, langurs and red squirrels.
The pint-sized penguin builds a snowman.
A kite-flying day at the park.
What does Tyra like at school?
The friends pretend to be monkeys.
Musical biopic starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
When Vernon Castle, a clown in a vaudeville show, meets Irene Foote , a dancing legend is born. But tragedy is waiting in the wings. Review page 57.
Director H C Potter (1939. U) (BW)
Westminster news with Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
Fife House in Brighton, where the sixth Duke of Devonshire once held high-society parties.
Business analysis, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
The staff prepare themselves for a three-day company brainstorm in rural Wales. (Revised repeat)
Terracotta and exciting plants help create a Mediterranean feel. Gardening questions answered: p34
John Craven finds out about the real James Herriot. James Martin prepares barbecue treats.
Paul Martin visits Stoneleigh Abbey and Hill Close Gardens as the show sets up stall at Royal Leamington Spa in Warwickshire.
Ed Bains and Antony Worrall
Thompson fight it out. Must-have multi-pan offer: page 32 Wine guide and book offer: page 34
Will a roll-over raise the stakes for today's show?
Claudia Winkleman takes a look at all the news, gossip and backstage action from the highly competitive world of Strictly Come Dancing.
In a cloak-and-dagger E3 million deal with a strand of Germany's criminal fraternity, the Tate and Scotland Yard managed to recover a brace of JMW Turner masterpieces snatched by thieves while on loan to an exhibition in Frankfurt. This World reveals how the Yard's investigators tracked down the handlers and, subsequently, returned the paintings to the UK. Producer Egmont R Koch ; Editor Karen O'Connor
2/6. Mike Bullivant and Jonathan Hare have to create a fire extinguisher, while Hermione Cockburn and Ellen McCallie must clean up the toxic water that's pouring out of an abandoned mine. Kate Humble looks on. Directors Finola Lang and Chris Riley ; Series producer Nathan Williams www.open2.net/roughscience BBC MAGAZINE: Focus is available monthly, price E3.25
The King Cobra and I. The world's largest venomous snake can rear up to a height of 6ft and emit enough venom to kill an elephant. To the relief of many the species is in decline, yet Romulus Whitaker is fighting its corner as he tries to set up a sanctuary in India.
Producer Harry Marshall ; Series editor Tim Martin www.bbc.co.uk/nature
The amazing story of how a pair of roe deer made their home in a Scottish city cemetery. Producer Mark Flowers ; Series producer Wendy Darke
2/11. A bloody battle outside the Senate ensues as tensions between Caesar and Pompey reach boiling point. This lavish - and savage - drama chronicling the birth of the Roman Empire contains violence, strong language and scenes of a sexual nature.
Writer Bruno Heller ; Producer Frank Doelger ; Director Michael Apted Repeated next Sunday on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/rome
Atia of the Julii:
Marcus Junius Brutus:
Octavia of the Julii:
Marcus Tullius Cicero:
Vorena the Elder:
2/8. Stonehouse to Thorpe. Including the ex-Labour government minister who faked his own death.
Producer Lucy Kenwright Exec producer Caroline Wright
Hadrian's Wall. How was this epic symbol of imperial power constructed? Producers Simon Baker and Catrine Clay
Hosted by Jeremy Paxman.
5/10. Walter's War. Was a British artist's German uncle an SS officer? Postponed from 17 October
11.50 6/10. Mother of Pearl. Winifred O'Donnell once sang in West End shows, but she was also a bigamist. Series producer Peter Gordon : Executive producer Simon Ford
Postponed from 24 October
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 Key Stage 3 Bltesize Revision Maths 3 85233 4.00 Maths Channel (ages 11-14)