Kevin develops super-powers.
Entertainment show in which Basil Brush gives children the chance to swap gadgets, gizmos and games.
Rptd on Friday at 4pm on BBC1
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James Stewart. Arizona in the 1870s: a US Army scout, tired of the continual violence and slaughter between whites and native
Americans, meets the Apache leader Cochise to negotiate a truce. Review page 39.
Director Delmer Daves (1950. PG)
Jonathan Ross and guests discuss the best and worst movies of 2007.
Episodic Second World War epic intercut with newsreel footage, starring
George Hamilton and George Peppard , which chronicles the adventures of an American infantry unit based in Sicily. Review paqe 39. Director Carl Foreman (1963)
Falcon Beach 10/15. The Blame Game. Officer Palmer launches an investigation that puts Erin's future, and her relationship with Danny, at risk.
5.10-5.45 Sound Music show.
The Guardian's Martin Kelner looks at the week's main stories.
Live coverage of the opening day of the Lakeside World Professional championship. Stepping up to the oche is 2001 champion John "Boy" Walton, who recently enjoyed a good run at the World Masters in Bridlington where he recorded a nine-dart finish. But he faces stiff competition from Scotland's
Robert Thornton , who will be hoping to add to his recent win at the Winmau Masters with another victory tonight. Introduced by Ray Stubbs and Bobby George. Tony Green and David Croft commentate.
Digital viewers can access full, live coverage of the afternoon and evening sessions from 1.20pm via the red button
Heartbreak Hotel. An episode of the classic comedy first shown in 1975, starring Ronnie Barker and Richard Beckinsale. Godber receives bad news, but can Fletcher's daughter Ingrid ease the pain?
Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby
Norman Stanley Fletcher:
New series 1/6. The Timewatch strand returns with the story of how, in July 2007, 61 men and women set off on an extraordinary voyage to sail the world's largest reconstructed Viking ship from
Denmark to Ireland. This film follows their seven-week journey and reveals the emotional and physical challenges the crew face as they cope with having less than a square metre each in which to work, live, eat and sleep - with no shelter from the weather. In their efforts to sail like the Vikings of old, the crew are pushed to the limit when they encounter larger waves and stronger winds than they've ever faced before. Michael Praed narrates.
Director/Producer Nathan Williams
The strand continues tomorrow with Timewatch: Bloody Omaha at 9pm The Inside Story: page 48
Reginald D Hunter and Adam Boulton join Paul Merton , Ian Hislop and guest host Fern Britton.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Jo Bunting
Horror thriller. An isolated rural community maintains an uneasy truce with the mysterious creatures who live in the surrounding woods.... until a villager crosses the boundary. Review page 39.
Director M Night Shyamalan (2004, 12) Andrew Collins on M Night Shyamalan: page 35
Ivy Walker Bryce:
Highlights from the first day of the Lakeside World Professional championship.
Ray Stubbs introduces more highlights of the opening day's play.
Nick Giannopoulos. A Greek-Australian couch potato becomes a celebrity after an unfortunate run-in with the employment minister. Review page 40.
Director Aleksi Vellis (2000)
Steve Karamatsis/Steve's Dad/ Steve's mum: