A gorilla menaces Dennis.
A celebrity conceals themselves in a viewer's home.
With American pop stars Aly and AJ. Plus, Thumb Wrestling Federation: TWF and Hedz.
Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom
Tracy makes a good impression.
Crime comedy starring William Powell , Myrna Loy and Maureen O'Sullivan. While visiting New
York, a retired detective is asked to investigate the disappearance of an inventor. Review page 53. Director WS Van Dyke (1934, U)
Reviews of And When Did You
Last See Your Father? and Control.
Shown last Tuesday on BBCKS)
Coverage of three races
Longchamp in France at 2.20,
2 50 and 3.25; and starts from Kempton at 2.10,2.40 and 3.15. Further coverage from
Longchamp tomorrow at 12.30pm. Director Stephen Docherty
Producer Dermot Cumiskey
**** Tough wartime drama starring Jeff Chandler and Ty Hardin. Burma, 1942: a US Army unit looks toward to a rest after capturing a village deep behind enemy lines - but orders come through to push on. Review p53. Director Samuel Fuller (1962, U)
Sam Fuller 's Hell and High Water is at MOpm
New series Dominik Diamond looks at the week's headlines.
Earth's most densely inhabited waters where the annual cycle of the Sun prompts an explosion of marine life. (RXS) 100 Years of Wildlife Films is at 8.30pm
The story of Henry VIII 's favourite warship, which sank during an engagement with the French in and lay on the seabed for 437 years. Archaeologists and scientists visit the site of the wreck to discover what was left behind and what the remains tell us.
Director/Producer John Hayes Fisher
The Tudors is at 11.30pm
3/7. Wild East. The Byzantine painted churches of Bucovina, sharing pork fat and brandy with lumberjacks in the forests of Maramures, and a visit to the Merry Cemetery of Sapanta are among delights experienced by the intrepid traveller in Romania.
Shown last Sunday on BBC1
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A Night In. Fletcher helps Godber make it through the night, calling on his limitless imagination.
Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
In 1907, a flickering film about birds enthralled a cinema audience in Britain. In the 100 years that followed, wildlife films have taken us to places, and revealed images we would otherwise never have seen. With stunning, exciting and sometimes shocking footage, Bill Oddie explores the changing trends throughout the last century, from shooting animals for fun in the 1930s to campaigning to save them from extinction today. Bill highlights the passionate, eccentric and pioneering individuals who have often risked life and limb to break new boundaries in wildlife films.
Director/Producer Clare Brook First shown on BBC4
The Blue Planet is tomorrow at 6pm
Affectionate documentary that goes behind the scenes of the Limelight Club in Crewe, where for ten years tribute acts to the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain and Phil Lynott have been providing a post-industrial town the chance to hear some legendary live music. Arena: Tribute Bands - Live at the Limelight is on BBC4 at 11.30pm.
Director Nicola Roberts; Editor Emma Matthews
The Inside Story: page 66
1/10. Lavish historical drama starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Henry VIII.
Riled by French treachery, Henry VIII prepares for war, but there are events nearer home that may also pose a threat to the king.
For cast see Friday.
Action spy drama starring Richard Widmark , which is the first of a double bill of Samuel Fuller films. A scientist hires a submarine captain to lead a search for Communist weaponry in the north Pacific. Review paqe 53.
Director Samuel Fuller (1954, U)
Crime drama. During an investigation, two detectives fall in love with a suspect, and jealousy threatens to destroy their working relationship. Review page 53.
Director Samuel Fuller (1959) (BW)