Three kids hide a celebrity in their house.
With Lee Mead, winner of Any Dream Will Do. Includes TWF and Hedz.
Then Diddy, Dick & Dom
A virus hits the Dumping Ground.
Astronaut Eugene Cernan recalls his lunar experience.
**** Animated retelling of the story of Moses, featuring the voices of Val Kilmer and Ralph Fiennes. When Moses discovers he is really the child of Hebrew slaves, he sets about freeing his people. Review page 51.
Directors Brenda Chapman , Stephen Hickner and Simon Wells (1998. U)
Review of The Golden Compass. Shown last Tuesday on BBCKS)
Live coverage of the Masters semi-finals from London's Royal Albert Hall. Coverage continues tomorrow at 1.35pm.
Producer Kate McKeag
Falcon Beach 8/15. Wake Jam
Paige looks after her rebellious niece.
5.15-5.45 Sound Music show.
Rptd on Monday at 7pm. BBC3
A look back at the highs and lows for the characters. (Revised repeat) Another chance to see the final two episodes tomorrow at 11.45pm
Leo McKinstry from the Daily Express looks over the week's stories.
Action from the first-round matches in the UK championship from Telford. At this stage last year, Mark Selby beat John Parrott with an impressive score of 9-1, while Ryan Day won 9-5 against Liu Song. Will they be as successful today?
Introduced by Hazel Irvine and John Parrott.
Producer Alison Witkover ; Exec producer Graham Fry
From 1.00pm digital viewers can access live, uninterrupted coverage from a choice of tables
9/10. Screen legend Dustin Hoffman talks to host Lauren Laverne about his enduring career and new film, Mr Magorium 's Wonder Emporium, while Oscar-winning director Ang Lee chats to
Mark Kermode about his latest espionage thriller, Lust Caution. Elsewhere, comedian Russell Brand takes us behind the scenes of his debut performance at the Oxford Union; KT Tunstall performs a track from her new album Drastic Fantastic; and Radio Times's Grace Dent looks back at the year in which ITV, the BBC and Channel 4 eroded some of their viewers' trust. Plus music from A Hawk and a Hacksaw.
Exec producer Edward Morgan Repeated at 2.20am
3/8; series three. Southport to Whitehaven. Neil Oliver learns why the Americans attacked Whitehaven,
Hermione Cockburn investigates the alarming rate that sand is disappearing into the sea and Miranda Krestovnikoff goes in search of the biggest shark in British waters. Episode four is tomorrow at 8pm. Series producer Steve Evanson
Executive producer William Lyons
8/9. Special extended and uncut version of Friday's edition, with guests Charlie Brooker and Jack Dee.
(Revised rpt) Paul Merton hosts Room 101 on Tuesday at 10pm, while Jack Dee stars in Lead Balloon on Thursday at 9.30pm
3/3. Concluding episode of the powerful Cold War thriller based on Robert Littell 's bestselling novel. After being given clues to the identity of the KGB mole, arch strategist James Angleton reaches a conclusion that Jack finds unacceptable. Meanwhile, as glasnost blooms in the Soviet Union, Starik's scheme to bring America to its knees nears fruition.
Signed on BBCI (HD) Programme guide at www.radiotimes.com/the-company
James Jesus Angleton:
Pavel Stank Zhilov:
10/10. Henry begins to consolidate his power.
Shown yesterday (HD)
King Henry VIII:
Cardinal Thomas Wolsey:
Vietnamese drama. A free-spirited Hanoi waitress forms a close attachment to her brother. In
Vietnamese with English subtitles. Review page 51. Director Tran Anh Hung (1999, PG)