Milton makes a discovery.
Followed by Fimbly Songtime
Four more contestants play the numbers game.
Justine and Tracy play a game of dares.
Krypto's skills are tested. (R) (S)
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
The Pontipines fall asleep. (R) (S)
Moving coming-of-age drama with Jonathan Lipnicki and Eric Stoltz. Review page 49. Director John Schultz (2003, PG)
Adam Shaw looks into the world of financial spread betting.
Nicholas Crane makes fish fingers. (Revised Rpt)
The tigers are given a dental check up. (RXS)
' Two doctors relocate to the Welsh countryside.
Tim Vine , Paul Martin and Ingrid Tarrant attempt to identify homes of the famous.
Chefs Paul Rankin and Nick Nairn vie for culinary glory.
By the Conservative Party
Quiz, hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Chefs Nick Nairn and Jeremy Lee continue to fight it out for the chance to represent Scotland in the national finals. For the fish course, Nick prepares langoustine with summer vegetables, while Jeremy hopes to impress the judges with his salad of Scottish seafood. Presented by Jennie Bond.
3/12. Sir Alan Sugar started his first business selling car aerials with E100 and a van to his name. Now, he's challenging the aspiring millionaires to do the same. With only one day to start a business and make as much money as they can, the teams head to south-west London for some wheeler dealing. But, as always, it's not long before the knives come out.
Shown last Wednesday on BBC1 The series continues tomorrow at 9pm on BBC1
5/6. It's dog-eat-dog time as the four remaining celebrities and their canine partners step up their efforts to impress the judges. Julian Clary presents. The results of tonight's contest can be seen at 10pm. Series producer Denis O'Connor The Underdog Show on CBBC is at 8am on Friday
6/9. Battle of the Brains. The most popular way in which human intelligence is measured is the 10 test, but is this the most effective? A growing number of psychologists argue that the assessment only tells half the story because no-one can quite agree on what intelligence is. After an examination of the most recent theories, this programme conducts an experiment on seven highly-qualified people from different occupations, including a fighter pilot, a Wall Street trader, a chess grandmaster and a quantum physicist. Each is put through a series of tests based on the latest research to determine who has the highest intelligence. But are the results conclusive? Director Dick Taylor ; Editor Andrew Cohen What's in a number?: page 59
Ospreys and Pine Martens.
Gordon Buchanan heads to the Highlands to film ospreys, which travel from Africa to Scotland every year, and goes in search of the endangered pine marten.
5/6. The three judges and the viewers choose the latest pair to leave the competition, with the outgoing dog going up for adoption in a viewer's home.
With Jeremy Paxman.
A look at the re-invention of the adventure book, where heroes and villains have been modernised in an attempt to bring the genre up to date. Includes interviews with Anthony Horowitz , Charlie Higson , Andy McNab and Robert Muchamore.
Director Ashley Gething: Producer Harriet Gugenheim
Period adventure starring Matthew Rhys and Daniel Lapaine that follows the exploits of two impoverished young men as they charge about 18th-century Ireland kidnapping heiresses. Review page 49.
Director Stefan Schwartz (2002,12)
Followed by The Witness
Schools Repeats not indicated.
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