Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Mike has surprising news. (R) (S)
Celebrity visitor challenge.
With choreographer Ailsa Berk.
Shown yesterday on BBC1
Double bill. Tracy lands back at the Dumping Ground with a bang.
Hollywood spook the Faceless Phantom turns up.
A look at the world of employment follows a deaf chef working in Gordon Ramsay 's empire. With voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Rptd Tuesday 12.45am BBCKSU
Morecambe Bay. (Revised rpO
Creating an arid garden at
Dungeness in Kent.
Sea lion pups try to avoid capture Series Editor Chris Powell
Macaulay Culkin and Ted Danson. It seems the only thing ex-convict
Ray Gleason is worse at than being a thief is being a father when he is saddled with his son on the eve of a hefty heist. Review page 39. Director Howard Deutch (1994, PG)
Comedy starring Sidney James and Hattie Jacques.
The proprietor of Speedee Taxis gets some competition when his neglected wife starts up her own firm. Review page 39.
(1963, PG) (BW)
The first day of the final World Series event at
Murrayf ield. Further coverage tomorrow at 5.30pm. Producer Ken Burton : Editor Josephine McCusker
Paul Martin and the experts value antiques in Watford. Series producer Peter Smith : Exec producer Tom Ware
5/8. Paul McCartney discusses his new album Memory Almost Full and how his work has changed since his first meeting with John Lennon, 50 years ago this summer. Elsewhere, Kitty Empire pitches up at Glastonbudget, a festival where all the acts are tribute bands, and there's a peek at Damien Hirst's latest collection. Plus Mark Kermode's film round-up and a performance by rapper Dizzee Rascal.
Repeated at 1.35am [web address removed]
Paul McCartney is on Jools Holland on Monday at 10.30pm on Radio 2 and on Later ... with Jools Holland on BBC2 Friday at 11.35pm
Jeremy Clarkson explores the history of Britain's highest award for gallantry, meeting military experts and those who witnessed these extraordinary acts of courage. He also tells the stories of some of the VC's most notable recipients, including Major
Robert Cain , who in 1944 refused medical treatment to lead his troops at the Battle of Arnhem.
Director Richard Pearson : Producer Andy Wilman
3/7. Blank Generation: Punk Rock. it's 1975 and rock music is about to get shock treatment. Young musicians and fans know that rock has lost its way - it's become stale and overblown and needs to be re-invented. Enter the passion and the fury that was punk. Punk's story is a tale of two cities - New York and London - at a time when both were in crisis. New
Yorkers like Patti Smith , Richard Hell and the Ramones, and London acts like the Sex Pistols, the Clash and Slits took rock back to basics to create a new kind of music in which young musicians were in control. Director Alastair Laurence ; Series producer William Naylor
Repeated tomorrow at 11pm on BBC1 Once upon a Time in New York: the Birth of Hip-Hop, Disco and Punk follows on BBC4
Matt Lucas and Andrew Lloyd Webber join Graham for an uncut, extended edition of Thursday's show. With music from Sinead O'Connor.
Marking four decades since the release of the iconic album, acts including Kaiser Chiefs, Razorlight,
Stereophonies and Bryan Adams return to Abbey
Road studio to re-create some of the hits. Using the same equipment as the fab four, they will be ably assisted by original engineer Geoff Emerick.
Director/Producer Paul Bernays
Digital viewers can watch footage of some of the acts playing full versions of their tracks from 9.00pm tonight until next
Saturday (not available on Freeview until 7.15pm each evening) Peppermania: page 8
Ken Russell 's satirical adaptation of the rock opera written by Pete Townshend and the Who, starring Roger Daltrey , Oliver Reed and Ann-Margret. Review page 39. (1975, 15)
Science-fiction thriller starring Chariton Heston. A New York detective investigates the mysterious murder of a synthetic-food executive. Review page 39.
Director Richard Fleischer (1973,15)