Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Shoppers become hypnotised.
Followed by Batfink
Elaine undergoes a transformation.
Wolfie's secret is revealed.
Children face challenges.
The gang encounter a dragon.
Continued live coverage. The events include the men's 100m quarter-finals at 12.15, the men's shot put final at 12.20, the men's triple jump qualification at 12.30, and the men's 400m hurdles heats at 1245. producer Helen Kuttner ; Executive producer Martin Webster
Digital viewers can watch highlights of the day's action 6.00-11.00am and 5.00pm-2.00am (not Freeview), plus live coverage of the European hockey championships in Manchester 1.00-5.30pm
Will the marmosets escape?
Series editor Chris Powell
Sci-fi thriller starring Brian Donlevy. A rocket returns to
Earth with only one of the three astronauts still on board. When a fungus is discovered growing on his hand, the sole survivor is put in isolation. Review page 40. Director Val Guest (1955, PG)
Sci-fi adventure starring Peter Cushing. An accident in the Tardis results in the Doctor and his companions being transported to a strange planet. Review page 40. Director Gordon Flemyng (1965, U)
(S)(W) The British film season continues with Witchfinder General at 10.45pm
Barry Norman on Peter Cushing : p39
Scotland v South Africa
Live coverage of the World Cup warm-up match from Murrayf ield, where Frank Hadden 's side face a Springbok team who enjoyed two comprehensive wins over England earlier this summer. The Scots have beaten South Africa only once in their last ten meetings and will hope to find some form in front of a partisan crowd. Presented by Craig Doyle. Commentary comes from Andrew Cotter and Andy Nicol. Live coverage of Wales v France is tomorrow at 2.30pm on BBC1.
Producer Matthew Griffiths ; Editor Ron Chakraborty
Coverage from the Royal Albert Hall of the second of two concerts in which Bernard Haitink conducts the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. Tonight's concert features performances of works from two key figures of musical progressivism, Debussy and Wagner. The evening begins with Wagner's Prelude and Good Friday Music from Parsifal, the opera that Debussy described as "one of the finest monuments of sound that has been raised to the imperturbable glory of music." Debussy's Nocturnes and Epigraphes Antiques are followed by more Wagner; this time the Prelude and Liebestod from Tristan und Isolde. Broadcast live on Radio 3 from 6.30pm. Director Simon Broughton ; Editor Oliver Macfarlane (HD) A recorded broadcast of a Handel Prom is on Friday, 10.35pm, BBC1
Digital viewers press red to view synchronised guides to the music, offering an insight into the piece being played and its context
5/7. Magic, Murder & Monsters: the Story of Horror & Fantasy. Documentary looking at the British cinema's forays into the gothic world of spine-chillers and fantasy, including Harry Potter , Dracula, Hammer horror, The Plague of the Zombies, The Wicker Man , Brazil, Witchfinder General (which follows at 10.45) and The Innocents. Featuring contributions from Anthony Hopkins , John Hurt , Simon Pegg ,
Terry Gilliam , Rupert Grint and John Landis. Plus recollections from some of Britain's cult screen horror stars including Ingrid Pitt and Barbara Shelley. Series producer Garry John Hughes
Executive producer Ricky Kelehar Barry Norman on Peter Cushinq : page 39
Horror starring Vincent Price. In 1645, with England torn apart by civil war, witch-hunter
Matthew Hopkins roams the country torturing and executing those suspected of witchcraft. Review page 40.
Director Michael Reeves (1968,18)
The British film season continues with Things to Come tomorrow at 2.45pm
1/6; series three. Matis. Bruce Parry travels to the Amazon rainforest. Shown last Tuesday
Today's highlights. Live coverage can be seen tomorrow from 7pm on BBC3, plus further highlights tonight at 2.10am.
In addition to BBC3 coverage digital viewers can access coverage of three extra bands (two on Freeview - one extra
7.10-9.15pm) by pressing the red button 7.00pm-2.00am Festive jeers: page 30
17/22; series one. Justice Is
Blind Michael learns the truth about Maggie.
16/22; series one
Cupcake. Victoria faces a big decision.