Simulcast on the CBBC channel 8.45-11.00am.
The Earth Demon Chi suddenly appears in San Diego.
Sam and Mark have a go at playing the harp and speed stacking, while viewers get a chance to rate their mates.
Digital viewers can access films about a pavement artist and a surf lifesaver
The Hood infiltrates a secret Thunderbirds mission.
Benny is kidnapped by a gang of criminals.
Working It Worried about his grades, Michael hires Junior an attractive tutor.
Grandpa gives Marilyn a sleeping potion that needs a prince. (BW)
Light-hearted swashbuckling adventure starring
Burt Lancaster and Nick Cravat.
Landing on a Caribbean island to sell stolen guns to rebel leader "El Libre", buccaneer captain
Vallo plans to double his profit by betraying the rebels to the King of Spain. But the scheme goes awry when Vallo falls under the spell of El Libre's beautiful daughter Consuelo. Review page 54. Director Robert Siodmak (1952, U)
Burt Lancaster stars in Trapeze tomorrow at 1pm
Andrew Collins on Burt Lancaster p41
A pagan family want to get back to nature in Cumbria.
Contestants display sudoku and general knowledge expertise in the hope of winning £10,000.
Nick Nairn and James Tanner clash in the kitchen.
Five titles are decided this session in Gothenburg.
4.40 Men's 400m hurdles semi-finals.
4.45 Women's triple jump final.
5.10 Men's high jump final. Home nation Sweden will be looking to Olympic champion Stefan Holm and World Indoor bronze medallist Linus Thornblad for medals.
5.15 Women's 100m semi-finals.
6.05 Women's 400m semi-finals.
6.10 Men's javelin final. Norway's Olympic champion Andreas Thorkildsen faces Finland's Tero Pitkamaki and Latvia's Olympic silver medallist Vadims Vasilevskis.
6.20 Men's 1500m final.
6.35 Men's 200m round two. The UK's
Christian Malcolm and Marlon Devonish should be here. Also live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Radio Five Live has updates from 7pm in Five Live Sport
A comparison of Ronnie Barker classics.
Mr Mackay's replacement proves to be an even less attractive proposition.
Arkwright hires a live-in housekeeper to make Nurse Gladys jealous.
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5/12. The Victorian Gentleman. Moving to a Wednesday slot for the rest of its run, the series looks at how
Fred passed on his enthusiasm for the Victorian era. Director/Producer David Hall The Inside Story: page 92
3/10. On the Canal Lateral a la Garonne, a barbeque lunch follows a morning spent fishing for shad. Then Rick joins the villagers of Bruch for an escargolade.
Director/Producer David Pritchard
2/6. On the 1911 expedition, Amundsen relied on dog sleds to power him to the Pole, while Scott chose motor-sledges, ponies and man-hauling. And as the present-day dog teams set off on their hazardous Arctic journey, it becomes clear why - the Norwegians are making steady progress, but the British are struggling to control their dogs. BBC History Magazine's September issue has an article on the programme and the 1911 race to the pole. Out now priced E3.60
New series 1/6. Dara O'Briain and celebrity guests take a light-hearted look back at a lifetime of regrets. Tonight Terry Jones reveals an allergy to kissing men with moustaches, explains why he regrets
Monty Python 's Spam sketch and gets his own back at the censors with a good old-fashioned swear-off. Series producer Victoria Payne
Executive producer Rebecca Papworth Dara O'Briain answers One Final Question: page
With Martha Kearney.
Kirsty Wark and Adil Ray seek out the cultural heart of the Spanish capital, a notoriously 24-hour city.
Director/Producer Alison Field Tales from Rome is tomorrow at 11.20pm
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 Razzledazzle Third of a series supporting language skills (ages 3-5). 94039 4.00 The Magic Key Animated stories at sentence and text level (ages 5-6).