Radio 1 DJ Sara Cox appears among the gunge and games. Plus cartoons.
Also shown on the CBBC channel
Sugababes, Craig David, Hilary Duff and Beverley Knight perform. Plus Sam and Mark meet the Eurovision hopefuls in action at 6.20pm on BBC1.
(Rptd tomorrow 6pm on CBBC)
Digital viewers can choose a different musical line-up using the red button
3/5. Jamil has harsh words for his dad as the drama featuring deaf actors continues. In-vision subtitles.
Writer/Producer David Horbury ; Director Louis Neethling Rptd Tuesday 1.50am onBBCI www.bbc.co.uk/switch
George Clooney on Syriana.
Shown last Monday on BBC1 <S)
First in a double bill featuring the work of director John Ford is this gritty war drama starring Robert Montgomery and John Wayne Manila Bay 1941: two navy lieutenants believe their motor torpedo boats can do more for the war effort than ferry messages. Review page 45.
Directors John Ford, Robert Montgomery
(1945, U) (BW)
Sweeping John Ford western starring Claudette Colbert and Henry Fonda. Settlers on the Mohawk Valley frontier have to shelter in a fort. Review page 45.
Bath v Llanelli Scarlets
Live coverage of a match that sees a Welsh team in the semi-finals of the new-look Powergen Cup for the very first time (kick-off 5.15).
Bath are the undisputed kings of English cup rugby, while the Scarlets claimed the Welsh Cup 12 times in 17 appearances as Llanelli. Commentary by Andrew Cotter , Jonathan Davies and Keith Wood.
Highlights tomorrow at 1.30pm in Sunday Grandstand. Television presentation Ken Burton ; Editor Carl Hicks
Also live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only) Commentary on Radio 5 Live Sports Extra from 5.10pm
The comedy team take some persuading by the Minister of Sport to leave their penthouse nerve centre and represent Britain in the Winter Olympics at the North Pole in this episode first shown in 1973. Producer Jim Franklin
A trawl through the week's headlines with the Sunday Sport's Tony Livesey.
Director Vernon Antcliff ; Producer Ged Clarke
New series 1/3. There are intense, harrowing scenes as victims and perpetrators from Northern Ireland's conflict come face to face for the first time in ground-breaking encounters chaired by Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Tonight a former army officer meets the sister of a man he shot dead in Belfast in 1971. And an ex-policeman from Southampton meets a former IRA man who shot him. Presented by Fergal Keane. Continues tomorrow at 8pm.
Producer Janette Ballard ; Exec producer John O'Kane An extraordinary TV event: page 24
Coming-of-age comedy drama based on the book by Meera Syal. In a small Midlands village in the early 1970s, the 12-year-old daughter of Indian immigrants alarms her traditional parents when she strikes up a friendship with her rebellious
14-year-old British neighbour. Review page 45.
Director Metin Huseyin (2002, 12) This week's premieres: page 41
Moody crime thriller starring Denzel Washington, Tom Sizemore and Jennifer Beals . Los Angeles,
1948: an unemployed man takes a job tracking down a politician's girlfriend, and becomes embroiled in blackmail, violence and murder. Review paqe 45.
Director Carl Franklin (1995, 15) And Don't Miss...: page 43
Compilation from the satirical show.
Producers Mark Leveson and Bill Matthews ; Series producer
Dan Patterson Shown yesterday
Crime mystery starring
Henry Kendall and Ida Lupino , and featuring
John Mills. Bumbling John Grey gets involved in a murder investigation. Review paqe 45.
Director Bernard Vorhaus (1933, U) <BW)
Followed by The Witness
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated
2.00 The Next Big Thing <S) 40196
2.30 Snapshots 8157785
2.45 What Have the 70s Ever Done for Us? 4046766
3.00 The Science of Climate
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4.00 Playing Safe 21056
4.30 Open Advice -a Different Way of Learning 12230
5.00 Rapid Climate Change 60389
5.30 Landscape Mysteries