A sporty feel kicks off Get Set Go Week.
Has Yvon got a piece of the sun?
Timmy gets a shock at school.
Grand final of the game show with two families taking on fun sporting challenges to win a Passport to Sport.
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Reggie Yates accompanies two Sport Relief fundraisers to Guatemala City to find out how the money they're raising is being spent.
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Spy adventure starring Hulk Hogan as an ex-agent who retires to a tropical island, only to be disturbed by the arrival of an old enemy. Review page 39. Director Sam Firstenberg (1997, PG)
Featuring Richard Linklater s A
Scanner Darkly, plus an interview with Charlotte Rampling. (5)
How to make fish fingers
'in Skegness. (Revised rpt)
The Man Trap. The crew are at risk from a creature that feeds on the salt from humans.
The Naked Now. The crew fall victim to a contagion.
First of a Dirk Bogard double bill is this war drama based on the real life exploits of cocky PoW Charlie Coward. Review page 39. Director Andrew L Stone (1962, U)
Spy satire starring Dirk Bogarde as a bohemian author who accepts a job with the British Intelligence. Review page 39.
Director Ralph Thomas (1963)
Chaos ensues when Frank takes Betty's advice and enrols on a public relations course.
Writer Raymond Allen ; Producer Michael Mills
Paul Martin takes a trip to Stoke-on-Trent, the heart of the pottery industry, where David Barby and Mark Stacey are on hand to value viewers' antiques. Series producer John Miller ; Exec producer Jane Lomas
Steven Spielberg 's poignant Second World War drama based on the novel by JG Ballard. When the Imperial Japanese army marches into Shanghai in December 1941, the privileged life 11-year-old Jim Graham enjoys with his family in the city's
International Settlement comes to an end. In the ensuing turmoil, Jim is separated from his parents and is eventually interned in a confinement camp where he strikes up an unlikely friendship with an American merchant seaman. Review page 39.
The classic snooker show returns with a twist as professionals and celebrities team up to compete for the Sport Relief Trophy. Can double world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan and comedian and actor Bradley Walsh triumph over six-times world champion Steve Davis and television presenter Vernon Kay ? As with the original Pot Black only one frame is played, but the players hit alternate shots within their team's breaks and all balls potted by the celebrities count double. With Dermot O'Leary and John Parrott. Producer Carl Doran ; Executive producers Sumi Connock and Martyn Smith
FILM OF THE WEEK
- Julien Temple 's acclaimed documentary that creates a collage of images detailing the 35-year history of the world-famous music festival, including footage shot by festival-goers, coverage by the BBC and interviews with the stars including David Bowie , Joe Strummer , Rolf Harris and landowner Michael Eavis. Review page 33.
(2006,15) Two-disc DVD offer: page 33
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated
2.00 Rough Science Five scientists tackle a series of space-inspired tasks. 67622 2.30 Lab Detectives
How a broken cassette tape helped detectives catch a killer. 2876993 2.45 Background Brief Teleportation. Is matter teleportation possible? 6948784 3.00
Hidden Visions Revealing the beauty and structure of the microscopic world. 48974 3.30 Non-Euclidean Geometry How, during the 18th and 19th centuries, mathematicians questioned the foundations on which their subject was built. 64581 4.00 The Search for
Reality Albert Einstein 's rejection of quantum physics meant he failed to appreciate the basis of reality. 58974 4.30 The Incredible Shrinking Chip Two computer salesmen try to repeat a Novel prize winning achievement - to make a semiconductor transistor.
49603 5.00 The Big Picture Images from space help ecologists monitor global change. 33500 5.30 Ever
Wondered? Kate Humble explores the geology behind Iceland's blue lagoon and Linda Barker uncovers the history of the first man-made mauve colour.