Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
A surprise visitor poses a threat.
The contestants practise their escapology routines.
A new care worker is needed.
A vampire in a music video.
Continued live coverage. Featuring the women's 4x400m relay heats at 12.05 and the start of the women's 5,000m final at 12.30. Executive producer Martin Webster
Editor Michael Cole
Digital viewers can watch highlights of the day's action 5.00-10.55pm
Classic period drama starring
Roger Livesey , Deborah Kerr and Anton Walbrook. Clive Candy VC's belief in "clean fighting and honest soldiering" has served him since the Boer War. But his principles seem out of place as Britain takes on the Nazis. Review page 38.
Directors Michael Powell and Emeric
Pressburger (1943. U) The British film season continues with Enigma at 10.35pm
Barry Norman on war films: page 37
Mr Monk Goes Back to School
Monk investigates the death of a local teacher.
Leatherback turtles off the coast of the Dingle peninsula.
Celia Fiennes 's Great Journey (1698). Nicholas Crane follows
Fiennes's 17th-century route from London to the Scottish border.
Shown last Tuesday
1/4. The long-term future of the farm is thrown into doubt when the lease for the land comes up for renegotiation, leaving Jimmy and Michaela facing a tough decision. Worse news follows with the discovery of a dead cow in one of the fields.
Shown last Sunday
The first of two Proms concerts by the San
Francisco Symphony Orchestra led by conductor
Michael Tilson Thomas. The evening begins with the Pullitzer Prize-winning Third Symphony by maverick American composer Charles Ives , followed by US soprano Deborah Voigt as the soloist in the final scene of Richard Strauss 's Salome with Shostakovich's highly acclaimed Fifth Symphony providing the finale. Introduced by Charles Haziewood from the Royal Albert Hall. Live coverage of the concert is on Radio 3 from 6.30pm. Director Matthew Woodward ; Ed'rtor Oliver Macfarlane (HD)
A recorded broadcast of a Youth Prom is on Thursday, 10.35pm. BBC1
Digital viewers press red to view synchronised guides to the music, offering an insight into the piece being played and its general context
6/7. Documentary looking at British cinema's documentation of armed conflict and how many of the country's great film-makers, including Humphrey Jennings, Powell and Pressburger, and David Lean, are indelibly linked with war movies.
Films include Second World War classics The Dam Busters, In Which We Serve and The Colditz Story, as well the ground-breaking The Battle of the Somme from 1916 and last year's 9/11 drama United 93 from British director Paul Greengrass.
Interviewees are Richard Attenborough, Richard Todd, Michael Caine and Anthony Hopkins.
Arena: Flames of Passion - the Other Side of British Cinema is tomorrow at 9pm
Barry Norman on war flms, plus The Complete War Collection DVD boxed set offer: page 37
Second World War romantic thriller starring Dougray Scott and Kate Winslet.
After suffering a breakdown, brilliant but fragile codebreaker Tom Jericho is given a leave of absence from his work. When he returns, he must crack a new German U-boat code and solve the mysterious disappearance of the woman he loves.
Review page 38.
The British film season continues with Bell-Bottom George on Monday at 10.55am
2/6; series three. Bruce Parry joins the Nenets on their migration across the Siberian tundra. Shown last Tuesday FOCUS MAGAZINE: the autumn issue has an interview with Bruce Parry. On sale 31 August, priced E3.40
Thriller starring Dana Andrews , Rhonda Fleming and Vincent Price. When two women are murdered, a newspaper tycoon promises the top job to the employee who cracks the case and gets the scoop. Review page 38.
Director Fritz Lang (1956, PG) (BW) Fritz Lang 's Beyond a Reasonable Doubt is tomorrow at 12.45am