Celebrity visitor challenge.
Tracy Beaker star Dani Harmer guests. Plus TWF and Hedz
Then Diddy Dick & Dom
Tracy wants to go on a sleepover. (R) (S) (AD)
The gang visit a farm. (R) (S)
Seanna the sea lion begins training. (Revised rpt)
The emergence of new scientific theories.
Western starring Gary Cooper and Burt Lancaster. A former soldier and an outlaw head for
Mexico in search of work and are hired to guard a shipment of gold being taken from Mexico City to Vera Cruz. Review page 55. Director Robert Aldrich (1954, PG)
Andrew Collins on westerns: page 51
Review of the remake of Sleuth. Shown last Tuesday on BBC1
Adventure starring Meredith Salenger and John Cusack. At the height of the Depression, a young girl sets off on a journey across America to meet her father who is working at a lumber camp in the wilds. Review page 55. Director Jeremy Kagan (1985, PG)
Falcon Beach 6/15. Getting to
Know You. Jason prepares for the wakeboarding finals.
5.15 5.45 Sound Music show.
Rptd Monday at 7pm on BBC3
The show's secrets. (Revised rpt)
The Daily Mirror's Kevin Maguire looks over the week's top stories.
3/4. Laurel and Hardy. The Have I Got News for You comedian looks back on the early career of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy , 80 years after they first collaborated on the silent film Duck Soup. Director/Series producer Kate Broome
First shown on BBC4
7/10. Actor and director Kenneth Branagh talks to
Mark Kermode about his latest films Sleuth and The Magic Flute. Elsewhere, PJ Harvey talks to
Verity Sharp about her new album White Chalk, designer Peter Saville journeys to the heart of the Bauhaus movement in East Germany and John Waters , cult director of films such as Hairspray, teaches a bad-taste masterclass. Plus music from Ray Davies of the Kinks, and Scottish rock band Sons and Daughters. Exec producer Edward Morgan Repeated at 1.55am Stuart Maconie on PJ Harvey: page 45
1/8; series three.Shetland to Orkney. Neil Oliver joins an expedition climbing Orkney's Old Man of Hoy and finds out about Second World War freedom fighters who risked their lives running the "Shetland Bus".
Plus Dr Alice Roberts unearths a mysterious skeleton. Series producer Steve Evanson
Executive producer William Lyons
6/9. Special extended and uncut version of Friday's edition, with guests Ann Widdecombe , Alex James and Jimmy Carr joining Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. (Revised rpt)
New series 1/3. Powerful Cold War thriller based on Robert Littell 's bestselling novel charting CIA activity. West Berlin, 1954: operative Harvey Torriti and his assistant Jack McAuliffe offer to help a man and his family defect from East Germany in return for the name of a KGB mole working in M16.
Signed at 1.55am on BBC1 (HD) Know your enemy: page 26; Moment of the Week: page 67 Programme guide at www.radiotimes.com/the-company
James Jesus Angleton:
8/10. Anne tells Henry learns that he is being betrayed by someone close to him.
Shown yesterday For cast see Friday (HD)
Caustic comedy drama starring Robert De Niro and Jerry Lewis.
Rupert Pupkin 's ambition is to become America's top stand-up, oblivious to the fact that he has no talent, and remains determined to follow in the footsteps of talk-show host Jerry Langford. Review paqe 55.
Director Martin Scorsese (1983, PG)
Documentary drama starring Nelofer Pazira. A journalist who fled as a child returns to her homeland. In English and Farsi with subtitles. Review page 55.
Director Mohsen Makhmalbaf (2001, PG)