Consumer expert Rishi takes a look at travel gadgets.
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Digital viewers can tune into gamers singing karaoke, via the red button
Robbie pretends to be a famous rock 'n' roll star as Get Set Go Week continues.
Get in the swim, learn to dance with Pete and the Boogie Bunch.
Pat tests out his footballing skills. (R) (S)
Libby the librarian pops in.
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Animated adventure. The little hero from Gaul stands up to the mighty Roman army, with a little help from some magic potions. French dialogue dubbed into English. Review page 41. Director Rene Goscinny , Albert Uderzo
The parents of Marilyn's boyfriend invite the clan to a ruse party. (BW)
Political news with Jenny Scott and Laura Kuenssberg.
With Adam Shaw.
Infamous western starring
Jack Buetel and Jane Russell.
Having lost his horse to Billy the Kid, Doc Holliday is in danger of losing far more when he introduces the young gun to his mistress. Review page 41.
Directors Howard Hughes and Howard
Hawks (1943, U) (BW)
Animals of the Cairngorms,
- and why Dartmoor is a hotspot for pied flycatchers.
A move from the former mining town of Cannock, Staffordshire, to the beauty of north Shropshire. Series producer Mandy Thomson
Chefs Brian Turner and James Martin compete.
Some of TV's most famous quiz show champions take on a team of amateurs. With Dermot Murnaghan.
Producer Eileen Herlihy
Executive producers David Young and Andy Culpin
What will the city of Durham yield when Paul Martin and experts David Barby and Anita Manning go in search of antiques and collectables to take to auction? (Revised rpt)
Vanessa Engle continues her look back to the 70s and 80s, when the extreme left was a significant force. 2/3. Angry Wimmin. "Revolutionary feminists" castigated the mainstream women's movement for being soft on men, and called on women to become "political lesbians", believing they would never be free until they withdrew from sexual relations with men. Director/Series producer Vanessa Engle First shown BBC4
Tonight's eclectic range of specialist subjects comprises the philosophy of existentialism, the Little Women novels by Louisa May Alcott, the life and work of Gwen John and mod rockers the Jam. John Humphrys asks questions on these and general knowledge.
3/8. Another first-round match tonight, as the writers of Prospect magazine do battle with a team of crime authors for a place in the semi-finals. With
Jeremy Paxman. The next edition is tomorrow at 8.30pm.
5/6. Winston decides he wants to live beside the seaside, while Jack and Victor become wedding chauffeurs for the day. Strong language.
(Repeated next Sunday)
5/6. The Fast Show's Paul Whitehouse guests as Sam's dad, while Elaine Figgis seeks love on the internet.
Director Gordon Anderson ; Producer Geoffrey Perkins
5/7. A series of humiliating events persuades
Tommy to visit a gym for the first time in decades.
Writer Neil MacLennan
Director Matt Lipsey ; Producer Ted Dowd
Presented by Emily Maitlis.
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Examining the state of modern Anglo-French relations. 1/2. Sharon Green moved to France seeking a better life for her family, but is struggling with the language and culture. Jeffrey Ouirke , on the other hand, hopes to start a fox hunt in the shadow of the Pyrenees. Concludes tomorrow at the same time.
Executive producer Sandra Jones
Languages and Travel Repeats are not indicated
1.00 Talk Italian 1-6 Crash course on the most useful basics. With in-vision subtitles. 67470 2.30 Italy Inside Out 1-5 Travel and culture guide exploring Venice, Milan, Rome, Puglia and Sicily. 611370 5.00 ltallian Journey 1 Travel and culture guide in Italian with Italian subtitles.