Dennis and the gang hide.
Corneil is nearly rumbled. (R) (S)
Celebrity visitor challenge.
Featuring TWF and Hedz.
Then Diddy Dick & Dom
It's open evening at school.
The wolves exhibit aggressive behaviour. (Revised rpt)
Breezy comedy starring
Marilyn Monroe. While his family is in the country for the summer, Richard Sherman stays behind in New
York to work. To pass the lonely hours he fantasises about the blonde upstairs. Review page 55. Director Billy Wilder (1955. PG)
Moment of the week: page 51
Including a review of Dracula.
Shown last Tuesday on BBCKS) 64
Comedy fantasy starring Sean Astin Two high-school friends discover a prehistoric man and take him to school. Review page 55.
Director Les Mayfield (1992, PG)
3/15. Starting Over
Tanya must make a difficult decision.
Rptd on day at 7pm on BBC3
How Bennet's web of lies took form. (Revised rpt)
The Times's Martin Samuel looks over the week's main stories.
In the Welsh valleys, three families have given up the comforts of their 21st-century lives to re-live the day-to-day reality of life in 1927. At the end of their second week, the Cartwrights, Griffithses, and Phillipses are experiencing the joys and harsh realities of their new lives. Money has become tight, food is short, and the families must pull together to survive. Series producer Rachel Morgan
Just Desserts. The inmates are horrified to discover there's a thief at large in the prison. Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby
4/10. Tom Dyckhoff gets a sneak preview of the newly refurbished St Pancras International station in London, before embarking on a tour of Europe's most striking train stations. Elsewhere, Andrew Graham-Dixon visits the Palais des Beaux Arts in Lille, while actor and Oscar-winning director Robert Redford talks to Mark Kermode about his latest drama Lions for Lambs. Led Zeppelin front man
Robert Plant , and Alison Krauss , bluegrass diva, discuss their new album Raising Sand, which is winning enormous critical acclaim. Plus a backstage report of life on the road with Canadian singer/songwriter Feist, and music from experimental pop singer Bishi. Sigur Ros - a Culture Show Special is on Wednesday at 11.50pm. Series producer Graham Mitchell ; Executive producer Edward
Morgan Repeated at 12.40am Redford's Lions for Lambs is reviewed in Film 2007 with Jonathan Ross on Tuesday at 11.25pm on BBC1 Prince of wails: page 43
7/7. Journey's End. High in the Tatra Mountains of Slovakia, a lesson in making sausages before dropping in at Turba's famous mime school in Brno. Director/Producer John Paul Davidson
Shown last Sunday on BBC1 RT DIRECT: the series on DVD for only £17.99 incl p&p. Call
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4/9. Special extended and uncut version of Friday's edition, with regulars Paul Merton and Ian Hislop.
1/3. Stephen Poliakoff 's acclaimed drama from 1999, showing ahead of two brand new works by the writer. The plot centres on the staff of a picture library who band together to prevent a US property developer from destroying their collection.
10.55 2/3. Marilyn faces the task of finding a buyer for the whole collection. Concludes next week.
Writer/Director Stephen Poliakoff ; Producer John Chapman
Stephen Poliakoff 's Joe's Palace is tomorrow at 9pm on BBC1
5/10. Henry redoubles the pressure on Wolsey.
Shown yesterday For cast see Friday (HD)
James Caan. When seaman John Baggs is given a "Cinderella Liberty" pass - which means he must be back on board his ship by midnight - he intends to make the most of his time on shore. Review page 55. Director Mark Rydell (1973,15)