Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Tracy is chosen to be Child of the Week.
Celebrity visitor challenge, with JK and Joel.
JK and Joel Producer: Sarah
Shown last Friday on BBC1
With Helen Raynor and Miranda Raison.
Shown last Friday on BBC1
Tracy has to share her birthday.
Followed by Bernard
Following a father willing to go to the ends of the earth for his dying son, and ten-year-old
Siobhan who is trying to learn sign language in just four weeks. With voiceover.
Repeated on Tuesday at 1.40am on BBC1 (SMSL) www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
Followed by Coast (Revised Rpt)
Big-top action adventure starring John Wayne, Rita Hayworth and Claudia Cardinale.
In the early 1900s, Matt Masters faces a variety of crises when he takes his Wild West show to Europe. Review page 45.
Director Henry Hathaway (1964, U)
*** Glossy action adventure starring Michael York and Jenny Agutter. Arthur Davies grows suspicious of a yachtsman sailing near sandbanks off North Germany. Review page 45. Director Tony Maylam (1978. U)
2/3. When a hurricane threatens Miami, the team are compelled to try a new technique to divert it.
Writers Edward Cantor-Dumas and Julian Simpson Shown last Sunday on BBC1
For cast see tomorrow
Coverage of the second round continues from the Crucible, Sheffield. Tonight the winner of the match between John Higgins and Michael Holt plays either Barry Hawkins or Fergal O'Brien , plus the final session involving the winner from 1997 world champion Ken Doherty 's match with Crucible rookie Mark Allen against either Matthew Stevens or Joe Delaney. Introduced by Hazel Irvine , with commentary from Clive Everton and Dennis Taylor. Producer Simon Birry ; Exec producer Graham Fry
Digital viewers can choose between coverage of two tables via the red button on their handset
Poetic Justice. Fletcher is incensed when his peace and quiet is disrupted by the arrival of a new cell mate, to whom the screws are being especially polite and handing out all the cushy jobs.
Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Producer Sydney Lotterby
A special one-off documentary revealing the history behind the popular British sitcom, featuring clips from the original series, a cast reunion and brand new scenes written by one of the co-creators, Jeremy Lloyd. 'Allo 'Allo! followed the farcical adventures of Rene Artois, a French cafe owner unwillingly brought into the war on both sides. The Germans forced him to hide some of the town's stolen artefacts while the cafe was used by the Resistance as a safe house for two British airmen. Rene was also conducting two affairs while trying to keep them secret from his wife, Edith. In tonight's show, Rene is back in his cafe writing his war diaries, with a little help from Yvette and some of the establishment's characters.
Writer Jeremy Lloyd ; Director Martin Dennis
Producers Robert Katz and Cybele Rowbottom A well-travelled sitcom: page 59
Flying Officer Carstairs:
Flying Officer Fairfax:
The Sausage in the Wardrobe. Maria is sent to
Lieutenant Gruber with a sausage containing the real painting of The Fallen Madonna with the Big
Boobies, but she is caught by General Von Klinkerhoffen and taken hostage. When word gets out, Herr Flick , Rene, the Colonel and the Captain plan a rescue. Writers David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd
Producer/Director David Croft
Another episode is on BBC! tomorrow at 1.30pm
3/8. An extended version of yesterday's guiz, with guest host Fern Britton plus comedian Reginald D Hunter and Sky News's Adam Boulton. (Revised rpt) Ian Hislop on Robert Maxwell : page 16
5/12. The contestants sell photographs at a London art gallery. Eclipse are divided on how to approach the task, while Tre makes his feelings clear. Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
Hazel Irvine introduces highlights of today's second-round matches.
Hazel Irvine presents highlights of the world championship.