Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Dennis creates a racing car.
Followed by The Likeaballs
Double bill of episodes. (R) (S) (AD)
Children compete to design products.
Five friends compete to win prizes.
Double bill of episodes.
The gang encounter a Chinese New Year dragon.
A tiger gets stuck up a tree and a baby wallaby is hand reared. Executive producer Annette Clarke
Series editor Chris Powell
A double bill of films starring Grace Kelly begins with this glossy romantic drama, also starring Stewart Granger.
Adventurer Rian Mitchell must choose between his love for plantation owner Catherine Knowland and his search for emeralds. Review page 45. Director Andrew Marton (1954, U)
Alfred Hitchcock thriller starring Ray Milland and Grace Kelly. When he discovers his wealthy wife is having an affair with a novelist, playboy
Tony Wendice hatches a murderous plot to ensure that he doesn't wind up penniless. Review page 45.
(1954, PG) Followed by Family Wanted Appeal Film
The Namib Desert in Africa is an arid wasteland. It has a sparse population of farmers, livestock and a pride of lions. This film uncovers how the big cats manage to survive in their inhospitable environment.
Further live coverage of the third day's play at
Carnoustie in Angus, Scotland, as the players still out on the course conclude their rounds. Gary Lineker presents further coverage tomorrow at
11am, plus highlights tonight at 10.45pm. Radio Five Live also has coverage in Five Live Sport from 12 noon
Digital viewers can press red to access live coverage with dedicated streaming from holes 16, and 18, plus highlights and a leaderboard, from 10.00am to 7.30pm
Mark Kermode and Lauren Laverne present a celebration of movie locations across Britain, including rom com in Notting Hill and the backdrop for Brief Encounter's restrained romance, Carnforth railway station. Danny Boyle reveals how he created eerie, deserted London streets in 28 Days Later.... and Edward Woodward revisits the creepy landscape of cult horror classic The Wicker Man. Underworld perform their dance hit Born Slippy, which featured on the Trainspotting soundtrack. Producer Edward Morgan
Series producer Sam Starbuck The Simpsons: a Culture Show Special is on Wednesday at 7.30pm
A trawl through the disco archives with camp classics by Gloria Gaynor, the Village People and Weather Girls, classic dance from Sylvester, Tina Charles, Hi-Tension, Chic, Heatwave, Kool and the Gang, the Bee Gees and Earth, Wind and Fire plus disco pop courtesy of Abba, Boney M, Dan Hartman, Blondie and Yazz. Meanwhile Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Infernal provide more contemporary entries.
Executive producer Mark Hagen
1/4. Evan Davis catches up with contestants from the first two series of the business reality show. Featuring Brixton-based Levi Roots who secured backing for his Reggae Reggae sauce, Peter Ashley and his armchair multi-gym,
Denise Hutton who convinced Duncan Bannatyne with her Razzamataz theatre schools, and the duo who made history by convincing all five entrepreneurs to invest in their Standby Saver.
Shown last Wednesday
A review of highlights from the third day of the 136th Open championship at Carnoustie. Hazel Irvine presents.
Producer Sally Richardson : Editor Ron Chakraborty
Digital viewers can access further highlights from 7.45pm tonight until 10.45am tomorrow
John Boorman 's lyrical drama starring Powers Boothe and Charley Boorman. The son of an American engineer is kidnapped in the Amazon rainforest by a tribe of Indians known as the "Invisible People". His father searches for him for ten years, eventually finding a very changed young man adopted by a tribe that has a mystical relationship with nature. But their survival is threatened by "civilised" man's continual destruction of their forest home. Review page 45.
5/22; series three. Different
Destinations. A mysterious hole appears in the fabric of time, plunging Crichton and the team into the past.
2.20 6/22. Eat Me. The crew boards a Peacekeeper vessel, where they encounter mutant scavengers.
Next episode tomorrow at 1.40am.