Josie Jump's ball has a puncture.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Small gets stuck in a chair.
The programme-picking machine travels the country offering challenges. What show will be broadcast?
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Jake Humphrey and co have sports news and chat.
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Interviews with up-and-coming actor Anthony Mackie and director Bart Freundlich.
What Are Little Girls Made Of? Nurse Chapel's long-lost fiance is discovered.
The Battle. Picard is confronted by the sudden appearance of one of his old starships.
Adventure based on a story by Steven Spielberg, starring Sean Astin. While clearing out an attic, a gang of boys come across a map revealing the location of a long-lost galleon. Review page 39.
Confrontational western. When 2,000 rifles are stolen from a US command post, Captain Haven is dispatched to track them down. Review page 39.
Director Gordon Douglas (1964)
Colonel Theron Pardee:
Sergeant Ben Franklyn:
The team arrive in Hereford where Paul Martin takes a look at the Mappa Mundi, one of Britain's oldest documents, and David Barby and James Braxton offer their expert advice.
Series producer Peter Smith ; Exec producer Tom Ware
Simon Rattle conducts the Berlin Philharmonic. Tonight's programme opens with Szymanowski's impressionistic Violin Concerto No 1 featuring the brilliant virtuoso Frank Peter Zimmermann as soloist. After the interval Rattle leads his Berlin forces in a performance of Bruckner's Symphony
No 7 in E, with its famous Adagio mourning Wagner it's a high point of the Austro-German symphonic repertory. Introduced by Huw Edwards from the Royal Albert Hall. Live on BBC Radio 3 from 6.30pm. Director Rhodri Huw ; Series editor Oliver Macfarlane
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. On sale until 1 September, priced F3.30 See Radio Choices: page
1/4. Hard Work. Business meetings and people thinking "outside the box" are fair game for women of a certain age. With contributions from, among others, Sheila Hancock , Muriel Gray , Indira Joshi and Arabella Weir. Narrated by Alison Steadman.
Director Claire Storey Lambert ; Producer Judith Holder More grumbles from the Grumpy Old Women at 10pm on Friday
7/8. Chat Shows. Michael Parkinson , Terry Wogan and David Frost contribute to a look at one of light entertainment's most successful and enduring formats - the chat show. From the intense investigative questioning on Face to Face, to the use of shock tactics in "confessional" programmes such as The Jerry Springer Show, the chat show format has constantly evolved to provide some of the most talked-about television ever produced.
Featuring Sally Jesse Raphael, Clive James,
Clive Anderson, Joan Rivers and Graham Norton.
Producer Elaine Shepherd ; Editor Anna Gien 1973: the Year in Chat is on BBC4 at 11.25pm and The Frost Years is on Tuesday at 11.30am on Radio 4
Her television credits include Hetty Wainthropp
Investigates, Keeping Up Appearances, Steptoe &
Son and Talking Heads, and Patricia Routledge has proved to be one of Britain's most popular actresses. Alan Bennett , Michael Frayn and Clive Swift contribute to this celebration of her talents.
Producer Gabrielle Osrin ; Editor Ben Frow
Highlights include Pearl Jam, Franz Ferdinand , Muse, Primal Scream, Arctic Monkeys, Kaiser Chiefs, Maximo Park , Yeah Yeah Yeahs, the Streets, Dizzee Rascal and the Raconteurs. Presented by Zane Lowe and Jo Whiley. Producer Stephanie McWhinnie
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated
2.00 Cell City City Works 50425 2.30 Snapshots Building the Future 9470512 2.45 Truth Will Out
Mapping the Human Genome Will Transform Medicine 5996609 3.00 Earth, Life and Humanity 57715 3.30 Open Advice: Exam Success 53512 4.00 Unearthing the Woodwide Web 41777 4.30 Life on a Thread 25116 5.00 The Next Big Thing Nanotechnology 99203 5.30 The Mother of All Collisions