Trainees tackle intense challenges.
Classic comedy starring
Cary Grant. When a newspaper editor discovers his star reporter - who also happens to be his ex-wife - plans to quit for a life of domestic bliss, he sets about trying to win her back. Film of the Day: p56. Director Howard Hawks (1939, U)
Presented by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
Financial reports from
Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
Game show testing contestants on their mental abilities.
Eight wolf cubs emerge from their den. (Revised rpt)
Sue Barker presents highlights from Gothenburg. Further coverage tomorrow at 2pm.
Director Liz Thorburn : Producer
Julie Griffiths Digital viewers can watch live coverage 5.30-9.30pm
We're Off to Kill the Wizard Jessica is asked to investigate the murder of an amusement park owner.
Paul Martin visits a tannery in Chesterfield.
TV presenters Kristian Digby and Ed Hall guest.
The pressure of running the restaurant proves too much for
Chris and Wendy.
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Mark Broadbent , Michael Wignall , Nigel Howarth and Anthony Flinn represent the northern region.
10/13; series two. From Out of the Rain. In an edited version of yesterday's episode, past horrors emerge to stalk the streets. See yesterday's choice.
Shown yesterday at 9pm For cast see yesterday
10/13; series two. Creator
Russell T Davies and writer PJ Hammond discuss what it takes to shock an audience.
Shown yesterday at 9.50pm
2/3. Awesomely destructive but with the creative power to alter the planet's landscape, earthquakes are a force of nature that cannot be predicted or prevented. In this programme, lain Stewart reveals the science behind seismic activity, including Moon quakes, and fault lines that can trigger hallucinations. Producer Elaine Donnelly Pieper ; Series producer Michael Burke First shown on BBC4
5/6; series two. A hospitalised teenager is literally dying from embarrassment. Could his parents be the source of his mortification? Meanwhile, the mood in a lab is lightened by a few well-placed gags. Director David Kerr ; Producer Gareth Edwards (HD)
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5/6; series two. Paul Whitehouse guest-stars as Sam's dad, while Elaine Figgis tries internet dating. Director Gordon Anderson ; Producer Geoffrey Perkins
4/6. Protection. Jacky and Tony are thwarted in their attempts to remain inconspicuous at a crime scene.
Writers Iain Connell and Robert Florence
Director Colin Gilbert ; Producer Iain Davidson
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
Followed by Weather
3/8; series three. The Pyramid. Moz is keen to stop a porn film from being shot in his bathroom.
Writer Graham Duff ; Director Ben Gregor
Producer Jane Berthoud First shown on BBC3
3/18; series two. Michael vows to find his father.
Repeated tomorrow at 3.20am
12.10 4/18. Maeby sets Lindsay up with Ice, a bounty hunter hired by Lucille to find George Snr.
Repeated tomorrow at 3.40am
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