Robbie plays a nasty trick on Stephanie.
A clown gives Ben a red nose.
A sleepover is disturbed.
*** Crime adventure starring George Sanders.
Simon Templar , alias "The
Saint", comes to the aid of a policeman who's been framed by a group of racetrack gamblers. Review page 54. Director Jack Hively (1940)
Adults reflect back on the impact that success or failure in the 11-plus grammar school exam had on their later lives.
Rosemary Conley discusses the fitness business, and your shares questions are answered. Email: working.lunchtabbc.co.uk or visit www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch
Editor Tracey Hobbs
Dan Cruickshank explores the crucial role that Windsor Castle has played in the history of the British monarchy.
*** Crime drama starring
Robert Young , Susan Hayward and Jane Greer. On trial for his life, Larry Ballentine is given the chance to explain his own story - one of greed, lust, dishonesty and revenge. Review page 54.
Director Irving Pichel (1947) (BW)
The Kent family want to leave Bristol for a home in the Forest of Dean with a big garden. Director Joel Tomlinson ; Producer
Ross Burden and Antony Worrall Thompson cook against the clock. Ainsley Harriott hosts.
Paul Martin learns about sail-making and oyster farming on a beautiful stretch of the Essex coastline on today's auctioneering visit to Colchester. (5)
Tom and Barbara receive some unexpected help when they find themselves lacking enough man-power to reap their harvest.
1/10. Chris Packham and his team go island hopping to discover where to go swimming with seals and find out where you are guaranteed to get close to puffins. Series editor Jane French
2/6. Horticulturalist Christine Walkden makes an exciting discovery in her garden and shows her neighbour Louise, one of the "instant garden" generation, the joys of developing a garden over time. Series producer Robert Miles ; Exec producer Nick Patten The Inside Story: page
2/6. Early Spring. The first daffodils mean that the days are warming up, but also signal that it is time to keep things under control by pruning and cutting the grass. Presented by Alan Titchmarsh.
Director/Producer Kathryn Moore BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: E2.95. monthly
RT DIRECT: save E2 on The Gardener's Year book. To order for E18 incl p&p (UK delivery only), call [number removed]7979 (landline calls cost 8p per min max) quoting RT or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com Alan Titchmarsh on working with the seasons: page 34
Moving drama about the extraordinary life of Belfast-born writer CS Lewis that reveals the complex blend of humour, joy, pain, and emotion that helped him to create The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
Writer/Director Norman Stone; Exec producer Carol Sennett Get disc two of the Chronicles of Narnia audiobook: p19
The Great Knock:
Young man Lewis:
Father Peter Bide:
Evacuee boy 1:
Evacuee boy 2:
A look ahead to the science-fiction comedy scheduled to start next week.
Frankie Dettori and Joanny Lumley steel themselves for some tough questions on the Kumars' sofa.
Writers Simon Blackwell , Sanjeev Bhaskar , Richard Pinto , Sharat Sardana ; Producer Helen Williams ; Exec producer Anil Gupta
With Gavin Esler.
A look at the making of Queen's A Night at the Opera, the album that propelled them to superstardom. Director Matthew Longfellow ; Producers Nick de Grunwald and Martin R Smith Shown on Saturday 17 December
Brutal period drama with Ian Hart ,
Ewen Bremner and Aidan Gillen. London, the 1950s: the Atlantic Club in Soho is the place to see rock 'n' roll star Silver Johnny. But trouble erupts when a rival manager offers to take over the singer's contract from the club's owner Ezra. Review page 54.
Director Jez Butterworth (1998.15)
Thriller starring John Loder. An actor, concussed when his theatre is hit by a bomb, confuses his own identity with that of the murderer he's playing. Review page 54.
Director Max Nosseck (1945) (BW)