Trainees tackle intense mental challenges.
Justin goes to Northern Ireland.
Examining inventions from ancient Egypt, with Adam Hart-Davis .
Series producer Ian Potts
Prime Minister's Questions.
Profiling four deaf or hard of hearing people who are the rising stars in their fields. With voiceover Repeated next week on BBC1
Matt Allwright appeals on behalf of the charity Remap. DONATION DETAILS: are on Sunday at
4.40pm on BBO
The team visits the UK's biggest mussel fishery.
Hungry vultures arrive at the park.
Today's manager. Jamie, has to deal with a difficult diner. Continues on Friday at 1.30pm.
Broadway Malady. A musical star, along with her daughter, begins rehearsing a show produced by her son, not knowing murder is lurking in the wings.
While in Wolverhampton for valuations, Paul Martin visits
With hairdressers Trevor Sorbie and Nicky Clarke.
A couple hope to buy a country pub in Lincolnshire.
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan. <s)
Chefs Jason Atherton , Jane Watkins ,
Adebola Adeshina and Atul Kochhar compete to represent
London and the South East.
Live coverage of the opening day of the Track
Cycling world championships from the Manchester Velodrome. Great Britain's cyclists dominated last year's event in Spain, winning seven gold medals. Commentary from Hugh Porter. Presented by Jill Douglas. Highlights can be seen at 12.20am.
Producer John Graham
Digital viewers can watch live coverage of the Track Cycling world championships from Manchester, 7.00-10.00pm
Elephant Nomads of the Namib Desert. The wildlife series returns after a brief hiatus with a compelling
- study of the endangered elephant population of the starkly beautiful deserts of Namibia by cameraman Martyn Colbeck. Narrated by Russell Boulter.
Producer Mike Birkhead ; Series editor Tim Martin
A group of women gather to uncover the secrets of a mysterious island deep in the jungle of Panama. Showing in the Wild strand. Producer Simon Bell ; Executive producer Vyv Simson
Chronicling the fascinating story of an ordinary man caught up in extraordinary times - known until now only as "The Contact". Journalist Peter Taylor reveals that for more than 20 years the man acted as a secret go-between, working to bring the British government and the IRA together for peace talks. He lived a life punctuated by shadowy meetings with British spies and sometimes tense encounters with the IRA leadership; without him the Good Friday Agreement would probably not have happened.
Director Peter Norrey ; Producer John Thynne The Inside Story: page
New series 1/12. Adrian Chiles hears from the show's freshly rejected candidate about what it's really like to be in the firing line. Celebrity chef James Martin , the managing director of Birmingham City FC
Karren Brady and comedian Rufus Hound analyse what went wrong and debate Sir Alan's decision.
Series editor Sally Dixon Introducing the new Apprentices: page 22 www.radiotimes.com/the-apprentice
With Jeremy Paxman. (Si
10/13. Featuring drummer-turned-vocalist Rock iD.
Exec producer Gurdip Bhangoo ; Editor Tommy Nagra
10/10. The pressure is on from both parents and among the students as exam fever tightens its grip. Director Alison Pinkney ; Series editor Bill Locke
The opening day of the Track Cycling world championships. More tomorrow at 1pm.
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision: English 3
4.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision: PE