Richard Fleeshman joins the show.
Basil's Game Show, Friday at 3.40pm on BBC1
There's an interview with Basil Brush at [web address removed]
Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom
The birth of a rare Pere David 's deer. (Revised repeat)
Featuring a review of Jumper.
Shown last Tuesday on BBC1
Coverage of six races from two courses. The highlight from Ascot is the 2.25, where arguably the world's best steeplechaser. Kauto Star, will be under starter's orders. Plus there are starts at 1.15 and
1.50. At Haydock, the main event is the 2.45 when many Grand National contenders will be in action. There are additional races at 1.05 and 1.35. Presented by Clare Balding and Rishi Persad. Director Steve Docherty
Producer Dermot Cumiskey
Falcon Beach 14/15. Erin and Danny face a difficult decision.
3.40-4.15 Sound Music show.
' Repeated at 7pm on BBC3
More action from Birmingham where Britain's Kelly Sotherton 's three-event battle with Olympic heptathlon champion Carolina Kluft reaches its climax. Producer Helen Kuttner
Editor Carl Hicks
The week's stories with Jan Moir of The Daily Telegraph.
Badgers - Secrets of the Sett. Concealed cameras offer an insight into the family life of the badger.
Shown last Friday Series continues Friday, 8pm
Exploring the bountiful wildlife inhabiting Cornwall's Lost Gardens of Heligan. producer Tom Hugh-Jones ; Executive producer Vyv Simson
Shown last Friday
Little on Earth can match the sheer spectacle of hoards of migrating creatures. This dramatic film celebrates these extraordinary events by looking back at amazing images of migration captured by the BBC over the years and speaking to production crews and presenters who have witnessed these events in the wild. Radio 4's World on the Move:
Great Animal Migrations begins on Tuesday at 11am. Producer Jerry Short ; Executive producer Vyv Simson In it for the long haul: page 26
5/11. Lauren Laverne dishes up another succulent banquet of the arts, including fashion designer Giles Deacon and comic duo David Mitchell and Robert Webb. Plus, Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter discusses the magazine's portraits, which are due to go up in the National Portrait Gallery. Plus music from Moby. Series producer Danielle Graham ; Exec producer Edward Morgan Repeated at 1.05am www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow A new series of That Mitchell and Webb Look is on Thursday, 9pm What Lauren Laverne is watching: page
Dover to Exmouth. Featuring Britain's air defences, Nazi atrocities, cuttlefish and prospecting for oil.
Series producer Steve Evanson
Gordon Ramsay chairs the satirical news quiz, with guests Andrew Neil and Peter Serafinowicz.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Jo Bunting
FILM OF THE WEEK
Measured western directed by and starring Tommy Lee Jones. A Texan ranch foreman abducts the Border Patrolman who accidentally killed his Mexican buddy and escorts him across hostile country to confront the victim's family. In English and Spanish with subtitles. Review page 47.
(2005,15) The coming of age of Tommy Lee Jones : page 43
Sheriff Frank Belmont:
Lou Ann Norton:
Culture-clash comedy drama starring Amy Adams. A stylish upmarket art dealer attempts to endear herself to her husband's white-trash North Carolina family, with mixed success. Review page 47.
Director Phil Morrison (2004,15)
Ulrich Thomsen. After his father's death, a son returns home to run the family firm. In Danish, Swedish and French with English subtitles. Review page 47.
Director Per Fly (2003, 15)