A look at where people live.
Car trouble and carnivals.
What show will be broadcast?
Also on CBBC channel
Jake Humphrey and co have sports news and chat.
Also on CBBC channel
World championship action from Eton. More on BBC1 at 1.05pm. Producer Sally Richardson ; TV presentation Alan Griffiths BBC Radio Five Live has coverage from 12 noon in Five Live Sport
David Duchovny and Julianne Moore discuss romantic comedy Trust the Man.
Nicholas Crane joins a Nato military exercise at Cape Wrath in Highland. (Revised rpt)
Mudd's Women. An entrepreneur causes trouble.
Haven. Deanna has a looming marital problem.
Star-studded adventure based on the Jules Verne novel. David Niven plays Phileas Fogg , who bets he can circle the world in 80 days.
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Director Michael Anderson
Dance hall girl:
Colonel Proctor Stamp:
Newport, south Wales, hosts the show. Paul Martin learns the ups and downs of life at Tredegar House. Series producer Peter Smith ; Exec producer Tom Ware
The NDR Symphony Orchestra and its chief conductor, Christoph von Dohnanyi , present two neoclassical masterworks: Ravel's Le tombeau de Couperin; and the pithy Violin Concerto in F minor by Stravinsky, with soloist Gil Shaham. In the second half of the concert, Tchaikovsky grapples with fate in his Fourth Symphony. Introduced by John Sessions. Also on BBC Radio 3 from 7pm. Director Jonathan Haswell ; Series editor Oliver Macfarlane
(HD) www.bbc.co.uk/proms Proms on Four continues tomorrow at 7.30pm on BBC4
Digital viewers can access synchronised programme notes by pressing the red button on the handset
Homes & Antiques magazine includes a feature on the history of the Proms in its September issue. Out now, F3.30
4/4. Nigel Slater , Stephanie Beacham , Jenny Eclair and Alan Coren are among the sourpusses getting indignant about adventurous and exotic holidays. Contains strong language. A series of Grumpy Guides is due to air in the winter.
Producer Judith Holder
DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
5/8. Impressionists. Rory Bremner. Stanley Baxter and Avid Bo Selecta ! Merrion contribute to a look at the one-time poor relations of comedy.
Those with the ability to imitate others have long delighted audiences, but it was from the 1950s and 60s that impressionists enjoyed their greatest success. Whether it was the satires of Harold Macmillan by Peter Cook and John Bird , the more benign interpretations of Mike Yarwood , the characters of Dick Emery , or the sharp satirical wit of Spitting
Image, impressionists proved the power of mimicry.
Featuring Jon Culshaw , Ronni Ancona ,
David Frost , Les Dennis , Bobby Davro , Janet Brown , Steve Nallon , Phil Cool , Phil Cornwell and Alison Jackson. Producer Elaine Shepherd ; Editor Anna Gien
June Whitfield's remarkable transformation from fiancee to wife to grandmother is documented over five decades of British comedy classics. June and her colleagues discuss her success. Featuring clips from The Tony Hancock Show and Absolutely Fabulous.
Producer Gabrielle Osrin
Muse, Arctic Monkeys, Nouvelle Vague, Dirty Pretty Things and the Streets rock the Reading site, while Leeds pogoes to Primal Scream, Dizzee Rascal , Secret Machines and the Guillemots. Zane Lowe and Jo Whiley present the muddy marvellousness. Showing live on BBC3 from 8pm. There are further highlights on BBC2 tomorrow at 11.20pm.
Producer Stephanie McWhinnie See also The Radio I BBO at the Reading Festival at 4pm on Radio 1
Digital viewers can access performance and Comedy Stage highlights from 7.00pm to 2.00am by pressing the red button
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