Thunder Mutt researches a role.
Children get the chance to swap their belongings.
Basil's Game Show, Friday at 4pm on BBC1
There's an interview with Basil Brush at [website removed]
Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom
in a special edition from Kenya, keepers help to inoculate some Grevy's zebra.
Reviews of The Great Debaters and Things We Lost in the Fire.
Shown last Tuesday on BBC1
Light romantic drama starring William Holden ,
Jennifer Jones and Torin Thatcher.
A Eurasian doctor working in Hong Kong during the Korean
War encounters prejudice when she falls in love with a married American war correspondent. Review page 50.
Director Henry King (1955, U)
Teen entertainment strand.
Falcon Beach 12/15. Lane goes on the run from Mook.
3.55 4.30 Sound Music show.
Repeated at 7pm on BBC3
Results with Ray Stubbs.
- Digital viewers can follow the latest football action on Score, 2.30-6.00pm
The week's stories with Christina Lamb of The Sunday Times.
Fact-based Second World War drama starring John Mills. The heavily guarded Colditz castle in Germany is considered escape-proof by the Nazis. But the Allied prisoners of war, all veterans of other escape attempts, refuse to admit defeat. Review page 50.
Director Guy Hamilton (1954, U) (BW)
3/11. Lauren Laverne meets Ellen Page , who has been nominated for an Oscar for her role in the acclaimed film Juno. Also, can art ever make you laugh?
London's Hayward Gallery thinks so. They're staging an exhibition called Laughing in a Foreign Language. Podcaster Karl Pilkington takes comic Noel Fielding to find out whether this show can deliver. Elsewhere, artist and film director Julian Schnabel talks to
Mark Kermode about his film The Diving Bell and the Butterfly and Tim Samuels has a night on the tiles with New York singer/songwriter Jeffrey Lewis. Series producer Danielle Graham ; Exec producer Edward Morgan Repeated at 3am www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow
The Royal Train. The King is coming to the town and the platoon prepare to greet him. First shown in 1973. Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry
6/6. The latest figures suggest that some 30,000
Brits head for Australia each year, looking for a new life in the sun. But that's just a fraction of the one million who gambled on the ten-pound assisted-passage scheme through the 1950s and 60s, in one of the largest planned migrations of the 20th century. But one of the conditions of the deal was that they stayed for a minimum of two years. This insightful film charts the lives of nine of the emigrants. Producer Chris Hilton ; Editor John rarren
Alexander Armstrong chairs the satirical news quiz, with guests James May and Nick Robinson.
Director Paul Wheeler; Producer Jo Bunting
Romantic comedy starring Piper Perabo and Lena Headey. It's the day of Rachel and Heck's marriage, but when Rachel meets Luce, the wedding florist, it turns her world upside down. Review p50.
Director 01 Parker (2005,12) (HD)
In the late 1970s media maverick Tony Wilson and a few like-minded souls pursued a quixotic pop-cultural vision that led to the formation of Factory Records and a slew of bands including Joy Division. Chris Rodley 's film includes interviews with Wilson, who died last year.
Director/Producer Chris Rodley
Sequel to the horror classic Night of the Living Dead. The US is being overrun by zombies, but four people escape to a vast shopping mail. However, the living dead also covet this temple to consumerism. Review page 51. Director George A Romero (1978,18)