Followed by Watch My Chops
Kevin and Krypto are transported into a computer game.
Basil gives children across the UK the chance to swap things.
Rptd on Friday at 4pm on BBC1
Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom
A litter of otter pups get ready to take the plunge, and five keepers prepare to meet wild animals in Kenya.
Fred's interest in the Industrial Revolution, which has helped to elevate the profile of this period in British history.
Second World War comedy with Norman Wisdom and Honor Blackman , about an unlikely hero. Review page 41.
Director John Paddy Carstairs (1958, U) (BW)
Norman Wisdom. Norman Pitkin , the only delivery man in Mr Grimsdale 's small dairy, causes havoc while waging a war against the massed milk floats of Consolidated Dairies. Review page 41. Director Robert Asher (1965, U)
Norman Wisdom is the subject in Wonderland on Wednesday at 9.50pm
Ray Stubbs and Bobby George introduce further live coverage of the second World Professional Darts championship semi-final.
Digital viewers can access live coverage from 2.30pm until the end of play
A leaf through the week's stories as reported in the press, with Simon Carr of The Independent.
The Deadly Attachment. Captain Mainwaring and the platoon quard a captured U-boat crew.
Writers Jimmy Perry and David Croft
Lance Cpl Jones:
Chief Warden Hodges:
On the shoreline of East Anglia, Nicholas Crane finds out how a combination of tides and weather causes floods, while Mark Horton looks at the terrible state of seaside piers. An episode from series three.
Series producer Steve Evanson Programme guide: www.radiotimes.com/coast
3/6. In January 2007 the MSC Napoli ran aground, spilling its cargo on a Devon beach. The public response was mixed: delight from the opportunists who plundered the ship's booty; disgust from the authorities who struggled to police the looting. But the looters of the Napoli were reviving a tradition that stretched back centuries - wrecking. Author
Bella Bathurst goes in search of the wreckers, in an epic journey that takes her from the Isles of Scilly to the Orkney Islands, from the Middle Ages to the 21st century, and from dramatic mythology to the remarkable social history of a national crime.
Director/Producer Chris Wilson
Bill Bailey chairs the satirical current affairs quiz, with guests Armando lanxnucci and Adam Buxton.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Jo Bunting
Second World War action thriller starring Matthew McConaughey. After the US Navy pick up a U-boat's distress signal in the Atlantic, a team is assembled to capture the submarine and its top-secret Enigma code machine. Little do they realise that a German rescue sub is also on its way. Review page 41.
Director Jonathan Mostow (2000,12)
Lt Andrew Tyler:
Lt Commander Mike Dahlgren:
Marine Major Coonan:
The 15th annual extravaganza, which featured everything from Paul McCartney to two of last year's brightest new stars, Mika and Kate Nash. Plus Kylie Minogue, Kaiser Chiefs and Madness, and Eddie Floyd performing classics such as Knock on Wood.
Director Janet Fraser Cook ; Producer Alison Howe
Comedy starring Gary Oldman. Prince Hamlet has lost his adored father and has returned to Denmark, only to find that his Uncle Claudius has upstaged him, taking the throne and marrying his sister-in-law. Hamlet hasn't been behaving too well, and Claudius has sent for his boyhood friends Rosencrantz and Guildenstern to find out why. Review page 41.
Director Tom Stoppard (1990, PG)
War romantic drama starring Maria Schrader. Felice works for the editor of a Nazi newspaper in Berlin and manages to keep secret the fact that she's a Jew, a lesbian and a member of the Resistance. In German with English subtitles. Review page 42.
Director Max Farberbock (1999,15)