Taylor believes in alien salvation.
Isis finds the Pied Piper's flute.
Basil gives children the chance to swap things.
Basil's Game Show is on Friday. 3.30 pm, BBC1
There's an interview with Basil Brush at [web address removed]
Sound Music show
12.35 Them A self-proclaimed
"plastic" who loves all things pink, and a "ska kid".
12.50 Falcon Beach New series
1/13; series two. Paige and Jason pick up where they left off.
A review of Margot at the Wedding. Shown last Tuesday on BBCKS)
Gripping adventure starring Alan Ladd. While en route to
South Africa to clear up a mine investment deal, Duncan Craig meets Judie Nordahl , who is flying out to Cape Town to search for her missing father. Craig soon finds himself embroiled in the mystery. Review page 53.
Director Mark Robson (1954, U)
Comedy western starring Jane Fonda and Lee Marvin.
Schoolteacher Catherine Ballou returns home to find her father's life under threat from developers who want his ranch land. To protect him, Catherine assembles a motley bunch of outlaws. Review page 53.
Director Elliot Silverstein (1965, PG)
The week's news discussed by Quentin Letts of the Daily Mail.
Action western starring John Wayne and Richard Boone. Following a vicious raid on the McCandles' ranch, the young grandson of the family is kidnapped and held to ransom for$1 million. it's time for the head of the family to swing into action. Review p53. Director George Sherman (1971, 15)
7/11. Mark Kermode organises a Hollywood-style premiere at La Charrette, one of Britain's oldest and smallest cinemas, before it closes, persuading
Miramax to release Danny Boyle 's "lost" film Alien
Love Triangle and convincing star Kenneth Branagh to attend. Elsewhere, Andrew Graham-Dixon appraises the late conceptual art maestro Marcel Duchamp , while Tom Dyckhoff sees the architectural extremes of Liverpool. Plus music from British Sea Power, Hot 8 and E, aka Mark Oliver Everett. With Lauren Laverne. Series producer Danielle Graham ; Exec producer Edward Morgan Repeated at 2.10am www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow
Severn Estuary to Aberystwyth. Nicholas Crane finds out about tidal patterns on the south coast of Wales. Series producer Steve Evanson
Charlie Brooker and Ross Noble join guest captain
Alexander Armstrong and the regular team leaders. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Jo Bunting
Another chance to see the entire first series of the award-winning comedy about a seemingly mismatched couple ahead of the second series, which is due to air on BBC3 later this month.
1/6. She lives in south Wales, he comes from Essex; they're in love, but they've never met. Can long-distance love thrive when they meet up?
10.00 2/6. The couple have their first tiff and Gavin drives to Barry island to make amends.
10.30 3/6. The couple announce their engagement. and the families unite for a party.
11.00 4/6. The Shipmans travel down to Wales for the wedding. Ness tells Stacey her big secret.
11.30 5/6. Gavin embarks on two stag nights and learns shocking secrets about his fiancee.
12.00 6/6. The wedding day arrives and Uncle Bryn is still behaving oddly around Stacey's brother.
Writers James Corden and Ruth Jones ; Director Christine oernon Producer Ted Dowd Positive success: page 63
Black comedy starring
Campbell Scott as New York executive
Roger Swanson , whose shallow attitude towards women is exposed when he attempts to teach his teenage nephew about the opposite sex. Review page 53.
Director Dylan Kidd (2002, 15)
Comedy drama starring Jeremy Davies , Milla Jovovich and Mel Gibson. The estranged son of a businessman is found dead at a strange hotel. Review page 54.
Director Wim Wenders (1999, 15)