Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Walter stays at Dennis's house.
Followed by Batfink
Tracy's loyalties are tested.
Tracy tries to budget.
The gang visit Fort Knox.
The elephants' future is decided. Series editor Chris Powell
a First of a double bill of Powell and Pressberger films, continuing the BBC2 British films season. Romantic comedy starring Wendy Hiller and Roger Livesey. A headstrong young woman is determined to marry an elderly millionaire, against the wishes of her father until she meets another man en route to her wedding. Review page 40.
(1945, U) (BW)
Classic drama starring
Anton Walbrook , Moira Shearer and Marius Goring. Ballet impresario Boris Lermontov enlists a promising dancer and a young composer in his company, but trouble brews when the couple fall in love. Review page 40.
(1948, U) The season of British films continues with Gregory's Girl at 10.30pm and British Film Forever is at 9pm
Movie Moment of the Week: page 37
George's House. Frank wrecks his brother-in-law's latest gadget.
Writer Raymond Allen
7/8. Kings Lynn to Felixstowe. Neil Oliver uncovers the site of a radar that was supposed to monitor the Soviet Union during the Cold War, Alice Roberts turns artist as she tries to capture the beauty of Southwold and Mark Horton investigates the state of some of our seaside piers.
Shown last Tuesday
Coverage from the Royal Albert Hall as the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain perform their annual Prom. The programme begins with the musicians showing their flair in the UK premiere of Aaron Jay Kernis 's New Era Dance. Then Alexander Kobrin takes centre stage as the soloist for
Prokofiev's Piano Concerto No 1, and the concert ends with a performance of Shostakovich's epic Symphony No 7 (Leningrad). Live coverage of the concert is on Radio 3 from 6.30pm.
Director Matthew Woodward ; Series editor Oliver MacFarlane
(HD) www.bbc.co.uk/proms 0 Digital viewers press red to view synchronised guides to the music, offering an insight into the piece being played and its general context
RT 2/7. Longing, Loving and Leg-Overs: the Story of CHOICE British Romance. This edition of the series celebrating the best of British cinema looks at the art of depicting affairs of the heart on the big screen. Films featured include Four Weddings and a Funeral,
Black Narcissus , Brief Encounter Educating Rita, Women in Love, Gregory's Girl (which follows at 10.30pm) and Alfie. Interviewees include Richard Curtis ,
Michael Caine , Kate Winslet , Willy Russell , Simon Callow and Ken Russell. With contributions from co-producer of Brief Encounter Ronald Neame and Oscar-winning film editor Thelma Schoonmaker. Series producer Garry Hughes
Executive producer Ricky Kelehar Win a British films boxed set: page 39
Read the full results of RT's British film survey at www.radiotimes.com/british-films
Coming-of-age romantic comedy, which is the first of double bill of British films tonight. Teenage footballer Gregory develops a crush on his school team's new player - an attractive blonde called Dorothy who transforms the side's fortunes. But
Gregory struggles to make headway when he tries to get himself a date. Review page 40.
Director Bill Forsyth (1980, 12)
Melodrama starring James Mason , Ann Todd and Herbert Lorn. Depressed amnesiac
Francesca Cunningham puts herself under the psychiatric care of Dr Larson. While under hypnosis, Francesca begins to remember her past and the presence of her fearsome guardian Nicholas. Review page 41. Director Compton Bennett (1945, PG) (BW) The British film season continues tomorrow with Tiger Bay at 10am
13/22; series three. Scratch 'n'
Sniff. Pilot banishes Crichton and D'Argo.
2.15 14/22. Infinite Possibilities 1/2. Crichton is accused of selling secret information to an enemy race. Next episode is tomorrow at 1am.