Mysti moves in with Ella and her family.
Norville's nest has disappeared.
Comedy short with Leon Errol. Jealous Errol signs up for dancing lessons. (BW)
Wonderfully atmospheric mystery with Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce. Holmes looks into a series of suspicious suicides in hotel rooms and quickly realises the deaths were in fact murders. Review page 59. Director Roy William Neill (1944, U)
With Prime Minister's Questions.
Business news, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
An incredibly rich burial ground found next to a business park in Peterborough.
Steff and Barry are taken on an exotic Far East odyssey to
Bangkok and Phuket.
8/10. The secrets of successful badger-watching and the best place to see big game birds.
Hosted by Chris Packham.
Latvia sounds like a house-hunter's paradise but can a Buckinghamshire couple find their holiday haven?
Pauline Exon and Jackie Dalton join Phil Vickery and Ross Burden.
RECIPES: Ceefax p560; www.bbc.co.uk/food
Acid-tongued quiz, presented by Anne Robinson.
A fresh challenge for the quiz-show brainiacs.
Pit's the halfway point of a new week. What's the latest on the remaining couples from the training rooms? Presented by Claudia Winkleman.
7/8. Two Devon families have to construct machines to jazz up a kids' party. Given 48 hours, how will they approach the problems of inventing devices that will slice a cake and automatically play Happy Birthday? The series concludes on 21 December.
Producer Mike McDowall ; Executive producer Hamish Barbour
1 6/6. The scientists' final challenge is to succeed in taking a photograph using horse manure and rocks. They then have to send it to presenter Kate Humble by air with a home-made hydrogen balloon. Directors Finola Lang and Chris Riley ; Series producer
Nathan Williams www.open2.net/roughscience BBC MAGAZINE: Focus, E325 monthly
Ella -a Meerkat's Tale. Two-year-old meerkat Ella is in big trouble. She has just given birth to three pups and their arrival brings Ella into conflict with her own mother, the group's tyrannical leader. If evicted from the family, she will be separated from her pups. Alone in the desert, she'll almost certainly die. Can she manage to survive - and protect her brood? Producer John Brown ; Series editor Tim Martin
Repeated next Sunday www.bbc.co.uk/nature
A year in the life of a family of water voles living on the Cromford Canal, Derbyshire.
Producer Robert Yeoman ; Series producer Wendy Darke
1 6/11. The conflict between Pompey and Caesar finally erupts into bloody battle. Meanwhile, Atia schemes to safeguard her family's position. Contains strong language and scenes of a sexual nature.
Writers David Frankel ; Producer Frank Doelger ; Director Tim Van Patten Repeated next Sun on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/rome BBC HISTORY MAGAZINE: the new issue looks at Rome. Priced E3.40
Atia of the Julii:
Marcus Junius Brutus:
Octavia of the Julii:
Marcus Tullius Cicero:
6/8. Rodney King to Back to Basics. The videotaped beating handed out by Los Angeles police officers in 1991 that was followed by riots in the city, plus the bid to relaunch the Tory government of John Major in 1993. Producer Liam Carroll ; Exec producer Caroline Wright
Food. Hamburgers to asparagus: Adam Hart-Davis tries Roman cuisine.
Producers Catrine Clay and Simon Baker
Hosted by Jeremy Paxman.
3/4. House of Horror Ben Lewis quizzes conceptual artist Gregor Schneider about his past.
11.50 4/4. The Church of Cremaster. A meeting with American mixed-media artist Matthew Barney. A new series starts tomorrow at 10pm on BBC4.
Director Ben Lewis : Series producer Anna-Claire Schroder
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 Science Zone People/Types of Material/
Changing Materials. 70601 4.00 Science Zone Forces/Light/Sound and Electricity.