Stretch-a Mutt disguises himself.
Taylor prepares for the school dance.
Basil gives children the chance to swap things.
Basils Game Show is on Friday, 3.30pm, BBC1
There's an interview with Basil Brush at [web address removed]
Followed by Thumb Wrestling Federation: TWF
A ghost story comes true.
Teen entertainment strand.
Sound Music show hosted by Annie Mac and Nick Grimshaw.
12.30 Them Wrestling rapper AJ and scene kid Jazz.
12.45 Falcon Beach 4/13; series two Jason make some easy money.
Rugged western starring
William Holden and Richard Widmark.
During the American Civil War. rancher Alvarez Kelly plans to sell his cattle to the Union forces, but tough Confederate officer
Tom Rossiter has other ideas for the herd. Review page 51.
Director Edward Dmytryk (1966. PG)
Series five. Mr Monk and the Big Game. Natalie's daughter Julie hires Adrian when her school basketball coach is killed.
Repeated at 4.55am
2/3 Saba Douglas-Hamilton meets the Bayaka tribe, forest elephants and lowland gorillas.
Shown last Monday
4.30 3/3. The impact of the Angolan civil war on wildlife.
Ospreys v Saracens
Coverage of the second semi-final of the EDF
Energy Cup at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff (kick-off 5.15). Presented by John Inverdale , with commentary from Nick Mullins and Andy Nicol.
Producer Matthew Griffiths
10/11. Mark Kermode talks to Garth Jennings and Nick Goldsmith about their Stallone-spoofing film Son of Rambow, while Tim Samuels meets pop pair Neon Neon at the South by Southwest music festival.
Elsewhere, Verity Sharp finds out why electro duo Goldfrapp have gone for a more acoustic vibe and dance diva Roisin Murphy faces a busking challenge. Plus a profile of Wolverhampton novelist
Sathnam Sanghera , candid choreography on Liverpool's streets and music from the Cave Singers. With Lauren Laverne. Series producer Graham Mitchell ; Exec producer Edward Morgan Repeated at 3.20am www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow
The Recruit. An episode from 1973 in which
Sergeant Wilson allows the Vicar to join the platoon. Writers Jimmy Perry and David Croft
Two decades since carbon dating declared that the Turin Shroud was a fake. reporter Rageh Omaar explores new evidence that challenges the verdict by suggesting that, under certain circumstances, old linen could appear to be much younger than it is.
Director/Producer David Rolfe (HD)
Neil Mullarkey and Dom Joly join guest host Damian Lewis and the regular team captains.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Jo Bunting
Drama documentary in the Heroes and Villains strand that reveals the great Crusades leader to have been motivated by strong Christian duty as he struggled to hold together a fragile coalition against the military skill of Saladin. The Muslim leader's scorched-earth tactics spread such dissension that only a few hundred knights were left to battle the entire Saracen army.
Signed on BBC1 Richard: lion or louse?: page 33
Richard the Lionheart:
Earl of Leicester:
Hugh de Burgundy:
Second World War action drama, starring
Jurgen Prochnow , portraying the experiences of a German U-Boat crew on a mission that subjects them to the pressures of intense battle as well as demoralising periods of inactivity. Review page 51.
Director Wolfgang Petersen (1981,12)
First Lieutenant/Number One:
1/4. The drama about the race to put a man on the Moon begins with US and Soviet attempts to uncover Hitler's space programme.
3/13. Don gets closer to Rachel.
Shown last Tuesday For cast see page 96