Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
A mad scientist turns himself into a werewolf-like monster.
Featuring Arthur, Jakers!, BB3B and Even Stevens.
Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton enjoy a Sunday lunch prepared by chef Simon Rimmer. Series producer Catherine Mann
Executive producer Henrietta Conrad and Sebastian Scott
Exploring the nine Glens of Antrim in Northern Ireland, Miriam O'Reilly visits the World Peashooting championship. And what would a Marine Bill actually mean? Includes Weather for the Week Ahead.
Series producer Sarah Gibbs Countryfile: the Summer Diaries begins tomorrow at 10am on BBC1
Further coverage of the world championships, including: 12.35 women's 100m round two; 1.15 heptathlon 800m; 145 men's
400m hurdles semi-finals; 2.20 men's 100m final. 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
Science-fiction epic, based on HG Wells's book The Shape of Things to Come, starring Raymond Massey. Review page 42.
Director William Cameron Menzies
(1936. PG) (BW) The British film season continues with The Damned tomorrow at 11.30pm Hidden Gem: page 37
Lyrical period fantasy starring William Hurt , Alexis Bledel and Sissy Spacek. When a teenager gets lost in the woods, she meets a family living a seemingly idyllic life. Review page 42.
Director Jay Russell (2002. PG)
The Norfolk coastline in winter, where a broad range of weather conditions can be experienced in one day.
Land of the Falling Lakes. A visit to Piltvice Lakes National Park in Croatia, Europe's oldest national park, whose beech forests are a stronghold for wolves, lynx and bears. Hidden beneath the trees, limestone caves act as home to blind salamanders and cave voles found nowhere else on Earth.
Director/Producer Michael Schlamberger
Newsreader Kate Silverton embarks on an adventure on Britain's fastest-flowing rivers and its most turbulent seas, finding that she has to face up to her childhood fear of open water along the way. Producer Mike Taylor ; Executive producer William Lyons
Shown last Tuesday on BBC1
New series 1/4. A third visit to Jimmy Doherty 's burgeoning farm venture finds the long-term future of the farm thrown into doubt. Jimmy faces tough decisions about sticking with the existing farm, or buying a new property. Finally he decides to up sticks and move. But everything is shelved when suddenly a mystery killer disease threatens the farm.
Director/Producer Charlie Clay Rptd next Saturday The Inside Story: page 60
Period comedy drama based on Oscar Wilde's play, starring Rupert Everett and Colin Firth. Landowner Jack Worthing has invented a brother called
"Ernest" so he can escape to visit his best friend
Algernon and live the high life in London. Algernon, meanwhile, his curiosity roused by Jack's stories about his ward, Cecily, sets off for Shropshire as "Ernest" to meet the young lady. Review page 42.
Director Oliver Parker (2002, U)
Algernon Algy Moncrieff:
Tottenham Hotspur head up north to the home of Manchester United, while Middlesbrough take on neighbours Newcastle. Adrian Chiles presents.
Producer Jim Irving ; Editor Mark Demuth
6/23. Better Halves. Hiro and Ando's journey to New York is delayed when they run into trouble in Las Vegas. Claire tries to find out the provenance of her powers. Shown last Wednesday For cast see Wednesday (HD)
)ownload the podcast of BBC 7's Saturday fan forum show at Nww.bbc.co.uk/heroes
Why we watch Heroes: www.radiotimes.com/heroes-blog
Smashing Pumpkins, Klaxons, Nine Inch Nails and CSS plus acoustics from the Hold Steady and Seasick Steve. Further highlights 1.30am on BBC3.
In addition to BBC3 coverage digital viewers can access coverage of three extra bands (two on Freeview - one extra
7.30-9.25pm) by pressing the red button 7.00pm-2.00am Festive jeers: page 30
Hazel Irvine presents highlights from the second day's events in Osaka,
Japan, including the men's 100m final.
2.00 The first of the live action from day three, including women's discus qualification; 2.10 women's 100m hurdles round one; 2.30 women's long jump qualification; 2.40 men's high jump qualification;
2.50 women's 400m hurdles round one.
Digital viewers can press red to watch highlights of the day's action tomorrow 6.00-11.00am