The town goes without TV.
Celebrity visitor challenge.
Big Brother stars Sam and Amanda guest. Plus TWF and Hedz.
Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom (R)
Justine redecorates her room. (R) (S) (AD)
Patrick Moore discusses
Jodrell Bank and its role in the exploration of the universe.
Shown last Sunday on BBCKS)
Reviews of the cartoon Ratatouille and the sci-fi horror The Invasion.
Shown last Tuesday on BBCKS)
' Live coverage from Ascot of races at 1.20,1.45 and 2.20, plus the first jump races of the season at Chepstow at 1.25 and 2.00. Introduced by Clare Balding , Willie Carson and Ian Bartlett. Director Steve Docherty ; Producer
Further coverage from Wentworth, where just four players remain in contention for the £1 million first prize. Introduced by Hazel Irvine , with commentary from Peter Ailiss and Ken Brown. producer Jonathan Brarnley
Exec producer Paul Davies
Digital viewers can watch live coverage 10.30am-12.30pm, and if play overruns 5.50-7.00pm: plus they can watch live coverage from a choice of matches at the snooker Grand Prix in Aberdeen from 11.00am
The week's main stories as reported in the press.
4/7. Danube to Dnieper. A journey from Budapest to the Ukrainian resort of Yalta, via Lviv and Kiev.
After riding pillion on a Harley with a Leeds rock star, Michael contemplates the doomed Hungarian Uprising of 1956, the Orange Revolution in the Ukraine, and the Yalta Conference where three world leaders met in 1945 to carve up postwar
Europe into two hostile blocs, who glowered at one another across the Iron Curtain for nearly 50 years. Shown last Sunday on BBC1 RT DIRECT: to pre-order the series on DVD (released 22
October) for just £17.99 incl p&p, call [number removed] (landline calls cost max 8p per minute); or visit www.bbcshop.com and enter the code [number removed] at the checkout
New series 1/10. Lauren Laverne kicks off a new series with Mark Kermode gaining a rare interview with Canadian country music star Neil Young. The acclaimed songwriter talks about his forthcoming album Chrome Dreams 2 and looks back at the changes of direction his music has taken over the past four decades. Elsewhere, Quentin Tarantino provides a masterclass in creating the perfect movie soundtrack, Andrew Graham-Dixon takes an aerial tour of Britain's land art, and Tim Samuels saturates a Scottish village with copies of this year's Booker-nominated novels to find out who gets the villagers' vote for the prize. Plus music from Oxford indie trio the Young Knives.
Series producer Danielle Graham ; Exec producer Edward Morgan Repeated at 1.05am Are you sitting culturally?: page 39
A Day Out. Fletcher and Godber have been chosen to form part of an outside working party, and Fletch soon exploits Mr Barrowclough 's easy-going nature. Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Producer Sydney Lotterby
I Poignant Oscar-winning biographical drama starring Russell Crowe. Maths genius John Forbes Nash Jr battles paranoid schizophrenia, suffering delusions that threaten to derail his academic career and his marriage, before eventually winning an economics Nobel Prize. Review page 55.
Director Ron Howard (2001,12)
See also Beautiful Young Minds tomorrow at 9pm
John Forbes Nash Jr:
Alicia Larde Nash:
1/9. Special extended and uncut version of Friday's edition in which guests including Ross Noble join regular team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton.
2/10. Tensions mount when Henry and the court sign a treaty with France, and the king finds himself a new mistress called Mary Boleyn.
Shown yesterday For cast see Friday (HD)
Highlights of the opening day's play of the Grand Prix in Aberdeen as 48 of the world's top players competed in round-robin groups to determine the line-up for the last 16.
Further highlights of the opening day's play in Aberdeen.