Ben gets a splinter in his finger.
Sam Nixon, Mark Rhodes and Caroline Flack look back at their favourite moments on the show. Last in series.
Are enough provisions in place to allow deaf people full access to gyms and health clubs? With voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 12.55am on BBC1
The verdict on Dreamgirls, the musical starring Eddie Murphy.
Shown last Monday on BBC1
Suicide Attack in Tehran. The Nazis dispatch a suicide squad to make an attempt on Churchill's life.
First shown on UKTV History
Mr Monk and the Captain's Marriage Stottlemeyer has to attend anger-management classes.
Epic historical drama starring
Richard Burton and Frederic March. Alexander, son of Philip of Macedonia, is brought up to believe that he is destined for greatness. But his powerful father becomes a major obstacle for the young prince. Review page 49. Director Robert Rossen (1956, U)
With Patrick Collins of the Mail on Sunday.
Archive performances from Alice Cooper , the Three Degrees,
Biondie, Randy Crawford and Survivor. Plus new music from
Kaiser Chiefs, Simon Webbe and Duke Special.
I 3/13. Some Like It Hot. Is the den safe?
6.05 4/13. Revolution. The pups go out foraging.
Shown last Sunday
Cuba - Wild Island of the Caribbean. Exploring the natural paradise that is Cuba, home to spectacular wildlife, including sea turtles and giant iguanas.
Producer Paul Reddish ; Series editor Tim Martin
This week's smorgasbord of the arts includes a look at what happened when Bill Bailey joined forces with the BBC Concert Orchestra for his cosmic shindig.
Comedians Stewart Lee, Phill Jupitus and Robin Ince pay tribute to 1980s comic Ted Chippington. Danny Robins infiltrates the alternative folk scene and actor
Patrick Stewart talks to presenter Lauren Laverne about the differing demands of Shakespeare and Star Trek. Plus there's music from pop phenomenon Mika.
Repeated at 3am
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3/4. Hurricane Hell. Hurricanes rip through the tranquil Caribbean paradise every year. A look at how the islands' wildlife residents have learnt to cope.
Shown last Tuesday
2/2. Fortune and Tragedy. The conclusion to the drama documentary, showing as part of The Tchaikovsky
Experience, about the life of the 19th-century Russian composer, begins with his disastrous decision to marry. Obsessed by the idea of fate, Tchaikovksy's life became a desperate battle to become the kind of composer he wanted to be. The dramatisations star Ed Stoppard , William Mannering and Alice Glover.
Charles Hazlewood continues his Russian odyssey working with the Mariinsky Young Philharmonic
Orchestra. Featuring music from the Violin Concerto, The Sleeping Beauty and the Pathétique symphony. Discovering Tchaikovsky is on BBC4 at 10.10pm.
Director Matthew Whiteman ; Producer Suzy Klein Tchaikovsky Masterclass: the Nutracker, Friday, BBC4 at 8.30pm The complete works of Tchaikovsky begins next Saturday, Radio 3 BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE: the February issue is devoted to Tchaikovsky. Out now, priced E4.25
2/6. This week's exploration of the comic topography of the British Isles features the West Country and Wales where the famous faces encountered and discussed include Rob Brydon , the Beatles, Fawlty Towers and the Wurzels. Alan Whicker narrates.
Director/Producer Matt O'Casey
1/6. The regular trio are joined by guests
Alan Davies , Chris Peck , Matt Baker and Nerina Pallet.
Shown last Wednesday
4/6. Ed Byrne joins Dara O'Briain and the regular team. Shown last Thursday
1015/6. Davina McCall vents her spleen.
Jeremy Clarkson hosts, with team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. More Merton v Hislop in Room 101 at 10pm on Friday
Jeanne Moreau and Brigitte Bardot. In French and German with English subtitles. Review page 49.
Director Louis Malle (1965)