The girls have problems passing an egg through a balloon.
Game show double bill.
Followed by The Owl
A cat haunts the halls where a dog show is to be held.
Teen entertainment strand.
Falcon Beach 7/13; series two.
Courtney and Paige continue to squabble over Jason.
12.45 The Surgery Jeff Leach hosts a discussion on teen tribes.
1.05 Sound Music show with Annie
Mac and Nick Grimshaw. Repeated tomorrow at 7pm on BBC3
*** Big-top action adventure
I starring John Wayne. In the early 1900s, circus owner
Matt Masters decides to take his Wild West show to Europe. Travelling with him is his adopted daughter. Toni whose mother ran away 14 years earlier and is now living in Germany. Review paqe 39.
Director Henry Hathaway (1964. U)
Series five. Mr Monk Gets a New Shrink. Dr Kroger's cleaner is murdered, plunging him into such a black mood that he decides to retire. Repeated at 4.25am
More live coverage from the opening day of the world championship at the Crucible
Theatre in Sheffield. Presented by Hazel Irvine.
Live coverage, with a choice of tables, from 10am until close of play (not
Run. Ronnie, run: page 31
Harlequins RL v Castleford Vqers
A south v north battle is the prospect as the fourth round of the Challenge Cup continues at Twickenham's Stoop (kick-off 5.30). The Super League teams have now entered the competition, which always proves to be a highlight of the draw. Introduced by Clare Balding , with commentary from Ray French and Jonathan Davies. Further coverage tomorrow at 5.15pm. Producers Ken Burton and Tom Gent ; Editor Carl Hicks
Digital viewers can access a forum featuring post-match analysis and interviews, 7.30-8.00pm (not Freeview)
The big matches on the first day of action from the world championship in Sheffield include the appetising clash between 2002 winner Peter Ebdon and up-and-coming Crucible debutant Jamie Cope , while Australian Neil Robertson takes on former finalist Nigel Bond. Introduced by Hazel Irvine , with commentary from Clive Everton , Dennis Taylor , John Virgo , Willie Thorne , Terry Griffiths and Neal Foulds. Producers Simon Birri and Alison Witkover
Executive producer Graham Fry
Digital viewers can see live coverage, with a choice of tables, from 10am until close of play (not Freeview 5.15-7.30pm)
Run, Ronnie, Run: page 31
Everybody's Trucking. Captain Mainwaring's platoon discovers a steam engine blocking the road.
Writers Jimmy Perry and David Croft
1/8. Guest host Jack Dee , plus Peter Serafinowicz and another star panellist, join Paul Merton and Ian Hislop in an extended version of yesterday's edition on BBC1. (Revised rpt)
New series 1/6; series two. Nottingham to NorwichAmong a stellar cast of comedians going back to places that inspired them, Ruby Wax joins Juliet Stevenson at Stratford RSC and David Baddiel revisits Haberdashers' Aske's School in Hertfordshire. Meanwhile, Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins go back to the Cambridge Footlights Club, Alan Carr visits a football ground in Northampton and Peter Fluck and Roger Law tour the Cambridge workshop where they developed Spitting Image. Narrated by Alan Whicker. Producer Ellen Evans ; Series producer Matt O'Casey
4/12. The teams are challenged to set up their own photography business on the outskirts of London.
Shown last Wednesday on BBCI
Offbeat crime caper starring Sam Rockwell and William H Macy , and featuring George Clooney. Jailed thief Cosimo is given the plan for the perfect heist, so his girlfriend assembles a ragtag band to commit the crime, including safecracker Jerzy. Review page 39.
Directors Anthony Russo and Joe Russo (2002, 15)
Highlights of the opening day at the world championship in Sheffield.
Action from the Crucible
Theatre as the world championship begins.
7/13. Red in the Face. Roger causes trouble.
For cast see page 82 Shown last Tuesday