Gnasher is sent to school.
Corneil stands up for canine rights.
Celebrity visitor challenge.
McFly guest on the show. Plus TWF and Hedz.
Then Diddy Dick & Dom
Tracy looks to Cam for help.
The gang visit an eerie town.
Keepers hope for romance between otters Romeo and Rosie. (Revised rpt)
Richard Boone. Young officer
Curtis McOuade has trouble coping with life in the cavalry under the regime of the brutal Captain Maddocks. Review page 53. Director Joseph M Newman (1961)
Featuring David Cronenberg s thriller Eastern Promises.
Shown last Tuesday on BBCI
Part-animated comedy starring Hilary Duff. Review page 53.
Director Jim Fall (2003, U)
Falcon Beach 2/15. Jason and Paige soften towards each other.
5.00 Sound Music show co-hosted bv Annie Mac and Nick Grimshaw.
Rptd Monday at 7pm on BBC3
15/20. Sets and the City. The work of set designers. (Revised rpt)
Daily Mirror's Brian Reade looks over the week's main stories.
New series 1/10. In the Welsh valleys, three families give up the comforts of their 21st century lives to re-live the day-to-day reality of life in 1927. In this opening episode, the men go to the mine to work their first shift, while the wives have to labour round the clock to keep the household running. Series producer Rachel Morgan
Executive producer Paul Islwyn Thomas The Inside Story: page 66
6/7. From Pole to Pole. On a journey through
Poland, from the port of Gdansk to the Slovakian border, Michael considers the upheavals that have traumatised the country for 70 years.
Shown last Sunday on BBC!
Men without Women. Fletcher is made a prison welfare officer and ends up writing letters for the other inmates. Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby
Musical comedy starring the Beatles. The Fab Four are pursued by a high priest who is determined to get hold of a sacrificial ring. Review page 53.
Director Richard Lester (1965, U) Behind the scenes: page 10; DVD offer: page 12
3/10. BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner reviews the latest films which deal with the war on terror, including Lions for Lambs and Rendition.
Verity Sharp talks to Cate Blanchett about Elizabeth: The Golden Age and her role as Bob Dylan in the Oscar-tipped I'm Not There. Plus fresh from the Electric Proms, Handsome Family perform live.
Series producer Danielle Graham ; Exec producer Edward Morgan Repeated at 1.20am
3/9. Special extended and uncut version of Friday's edition, with guest host Omid Djalili.
Spooky chart sounds from years gone by.
4/5. Edith Bowman introduces a special concert by Bloc Party from the Roundhouse, Camden.
Director Matthew Amos ; Producer Serena Cross
Digital viewers can watch highlights of Kaiser Chiefs' and Paul McCartney 's concerts via the red button; Bioc Party's concert can be seen from 6.00am tomorrow
4/10. Henry becomes increasingly obsessed with the coy and elusive Anne Boleyn.
Shown yesterday For cast see Friday (HD) RT DIRECT: pre-order the series on DVD (released 10 December) for just E24.99 incl p&p. Call [number removed] (landline calls cost max 8p per minute) quoting code [number removed] or visit www.bbcshop. com and enter code at checkout
Programme guide at www.radiotimes.com/the-tudors
Period drama starring Linus Roache and John Hannah. Opium and radical politics place an intolerable strain on the inspired partnership of poets Samuel Coleridge and William Wordsworth. Review page 53.
Director Julien Temple (2000, 12)