Corneil is caught on tape. (R) (S)
Celebrity visitor challenge.
The cast of The Sarah Jane Adventures guest. Plus Thumb Wrestling Federation: TWF.
Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom
Tracy has to share her birthday.
The tigers are given catnip and Lord Bath paints his roof garden
Series editor Chris Powell
A review of the drama Rendition.
Shown last Tuesday on BBC1
Drama starring Joan Crawford.
Mildred Pierce goes to work to pay for her daughters' education and builds up a successful business. But tragedy is never far away. Review page 57.
Director Michael Curtiz (1945, PG) (BW)
High-school comedy starring
Lindsay Lohan as self-centred
Manthattan teenager Lola Cep , who has to compete for attention when her family moves to the New
Jersey suburbs. Review page 57.
Director Sara sugarman (2004, PG)
Falcon Beach New series
1/14. Drama about life and love in a Canadian seaside resort.
5.25 Sound Music show hosted by Radio 1 DJ Annie Mac and new face Nick Grimshaw. Repeated on Monday at 7pm on BBC3 Teenage kicks: page 65
11/20. The Invisible Touch. Series creator Tim Kring reveals why Christopher Eccleston was chosen to play the role of Claude Rains.
The Daily Mail's Sarah Sands casts her eye over the week's main stories.
Director Mike Sargeant ; Producer James Millar
Live coverage of the second semi-final of the Grand Prix from the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre, played over the best of 11 frames. Qualifier Jamie Cope recorded a 147 break in the early stages of last year's tournament and continued his fine form with a 6-3 defeat of Mark King at the semi-final stage, securing a place in his first ranking final. Can he achieve similar success this year?
Producer Graham Fry ; Editor Alison Witkover
Digital viewers can watch live coverage of the semi-finals from 2.30pm by pressing the red button on the handset
5/7. Baltic Summer. How three tiny Baltic nations shook themselves free of their neighbour and oppressor, the Soviet Union. Michael attends a session of hirudotherapy (leech treatment), goes fire-walking, and has a frolic with revellers at the pagan festival of Jaani.
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2/10. Lauren Laverne meets fashion designer Matthew Williamson ahead of his upcoming exhibition at the Design Museum, and Andrew Graham-Dixon visits the Tuscan city of Siena to assess its role in the Renaissance. In Reykjavik,
Verity Sharp talks to Icelandic band Sigur Ros about their film Heima, which focuses on the group's series of unannounced gigs performed across their home country in 2006. Elsewhere, Tom Dyckhoff profiles some of Britain's best young architects and Mark Kermode reviews the week's movie releases.
Series producer Graham Mitchell ; Exec producer Edward Morgan Repeated at 12.15am Sigur Ros perform at the BBC Electric Proms on BBC 6 Music at 10pm on Wednesday
Continued coverage of the second Grand Prix semi-final in Aberdeen, as the competition heats up ahead of tomorrow's grand final. Introduced by Hazel Irvine , who is joined by former world champions Steve Davis and John Parrott.
Digital viewers can watch live coverage of the semi-finals from
2.30pm by pressing the red buton on the handset
2/9. Special extended and uncut version of Friday's edition with guest host Alexander Armstrong and panellists comedian Ed Byrne and Labour MP
Bob Marshall-Andrews OC. (Revised rpt)
3/10. Henry tries to reinforce his alliance with Charles V by promising him his daughter in marriage. Wolsey has Pace imprisoned for treason. Shown yesterday For cast see Friday (HD) Programme guide at www.radiotimes.com/the-tudors
Further highlights from the day's semi-finals in Aberdeen.