A bike race and a rough day.
The last ever live show sees a host of celebrity guests. including Dani Harmer, David Schneider, and Neil and Christine Hamilton. Also shown on the CBBC channel. See highlights from the series next Saturday.
A 21st-century Tiswas?: page 63
See Kids' TV choices: page
With Girls Aloud, Chico. Embrace, Shapeshifters and Black Eyed Peas. Plus Mark hangs out with Hilary Duff.
Rptd tomorrow 6pm on CBBC
Digital viewers can choose a different musical line-up using the red button
Black Eyed Peas Interviewee: Hilary
4/5. Jamil keeps vigil at Imran's bedside in the drama featuring deaf actors. With in-vision subtitles.
Writer/Producer David Horbury ; Director Louis Neethling Rptd Tuesday 1.40am onBBCI www.bbc.co.uk/switch Followed by The Witness
Tom Feras Al:
Nick Cave on The Proposition.
Shown last Monday on BBC1
In Hazard. A client of Beth's is stealing pension funds.
American Dream. The duo probe an arson attack. <R)
A statement in a local newspaper outlines the details of a future murder in Chipping Cleghorn.
Dramatised by Alan Plater ; Producer Guy Slater ; Director David Giles
David Aaronovitch reviews the news in print.
The team hop over to the Isle of Wight, where experts David Barby and Nigel Smith , and presenter Paul Martin , give advice on making a quick buck.
Producer Peter Smith ; Executive producer Tom Ware
1/11. Pole to Pole. The BBC's natural history unit embarks on the most ambitious series it has ever produced, celebrating planet Earth in all its beauty. Shown last Sunday on BBC1
3/4. The toy and utility dogs strut their stuff at the NEC in Birmingham. Plus action from the flyball final and reports on the obedience competition.
Plus news on the agility events and a chance to vote in the Kennel Club Friends for Life competition. Coverage of the final begins tomorrow at 7pm.
Producer Elaine Paterson ; Exec producer David Pickthall
For an hour after the end of the programme, there's expert analysis from Frank Kane and Jessica Holm on what the judges are looking for in the canine competitors. Hosted by Matt Baker
Alex Jennings , Adam Garcia , Aidan McArdle and Griff Rhys Jones star in a feature-length dramatisation of the riot-provoking first performance of Igor Stravinsky 's revolutionary ballet, The Rite of Spring in 1913. Writer Kevin Elyot ; Producer David Snodin
Director Andy Wilson BBC4 has Igor Stravinsky , Composer at 10.30pm, plus a performance of The Rite of Spring tomorrow at 2.30am Behind the scenes: page 6
Gabriel Astruc Griff:
Romola de Pulzky:
Lady Ottoline Morrell:
In the first of two programmes being broadcast in tribute to comedian Linda Smith , who died last month, Neil Kinnock gets a hard time in the host's chair as he comes under fire from Linda, Will Self, and team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Rebecca Papworth
Postponed from 6 March UKTV Documentary has two episodes of Have I Got News for You featuring Linda Smith tomorrow at 10.20pm
In 2003 the late comedian Linda Smith stated her case for ridding the world of tennis star
Tim Henman and adults who read Harry Potter books.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne
Highlights from the first two days of competition at the world indoor championships in Moscow. Eleven gold medals have now been decided. The action continues at 12.15am tomorrow.
Producers Ade Rawcliffe and Sharon Parker
Satirical comedy starring Ryan O'Neal. An egomaniacal film producer hires Alan Smithee to direct his latest movie. Review page 47.
Director Alan Smithee (1997, 15)
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