Each week, watch Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes plan the content of the show and you then join them live. Includes The Secret Show, Prank Patrol and The Likeables. Simulcast on CBBC channel
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The series celebrates 25 years with a trip back to the early 1980s. What was life like for deaf people then? Find out as a family stay in See Hear's 1981 house. With voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 12.50am on BBCI www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
Action from Longchamps on the first day of the Prix de I'Arc de
Triomphe weekend. Today's races get under way at 2.15, 2.45 and
3.15. There's also a three-card meeting at Kempton Park, with starts at 2.30,3.00 and 3.30. With Clare Balding. Further coverage from Longchamps tomorrow at 2.20pm.
Directors Steve Docherty , Gerry Morrison Editor Stephen Cook
Manic crime comedy starring Audrey Hepburn and Peter O'Toole. A wealthy forger gives an imitation work of art to a Paris museum for exhibition. But his daughter is concerned that it will quickly be recognised as a fake. Review page 49. Director William Wyler (1966, U)
1/3. Born of Fire. A volcano erupts, marine iguanas leap off lava cliffs into the surf, finches groom giant tortoises, and the waved albatross shows off with a courtship display. Tilda Swinton narrates a look at the South American islands. More on Friday at 9pm. Shown last night (HD) SBC Wildlife magazine's October issue has an article on the Galapagos' wildlife, history and conservation. Out now, E3.25
New series 1/12. Scissor Sisters discuss their inspirations, Oliver Stone discusses his new movie World Trade Center and Sting performs tracks from his new album. Plus buildings that make us laugh,
Holbein at the Tate and a quirky take on the Booker Prize shortlist. Presented by Lauren Laverne.
Producer Danielle Graham ; Executive producer Edward Morgan
Repeated at 1.10am www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow Phill Jupitus on Scissor Sisters and CD offer: page 42
New series 1/12. Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Cher, Communards, Razorlight, Sting, the Beach Boys, Chris Isaak , the Skids, Jamelia, Fox, Duran Duran ,
Human League, George Harrison and Nelly Furtado star in a special double-length episode to mark the show's return. Narrated by Steve Wright.
Executive producer Mark Hagen www.bbc.co.uk/totp2
The Time Machine, The Invisible Man and War of the Worlds made their author famous enough to meet the world's greatest leaders. HG Wells: War with the World tells the story of the father of science fiction, his tangled love life and mission to save the world.
Writer/Director James Kent ; Producer Colette Flight
(BW and colour) HG Wells and Me is on BBC4 at 10.40pm Michael Sheen 's big break: page 39
3/7; series three. Joining regulars Dara O'Briain ,
Hugh Dennis and Frankie Boyle for the topical fun are guests Jon Culshaw , Andy Parsons and Russell Howard. The series continues on Thursday at 10pm. Shown last Thursday
Michael Palin writes and stars in this atmospheric and understated 1860s-set romantic drama about a repressed Oxford don who finds love on a walking holiday in Switzerland. Review page 49.
Director Tristram Powell (1991, PG)
Languages and Travel Repeats not indicated
2.00 Euroqrafters Practical guide for anyone thinking of working in Spain, France, Germany or Italy.
4.00 Working with the Spanish; Working with the French; Working with the Germans; Working with the Japanese Approaches to business.
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