Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Then Tweenies Safety Shorts
The contestants practise their escapology routines.
Followed by Thumb Wrestling Federation: TWF
Double bill of the game show.
Then Diddy Dick & Dom
The gang meets a centaur.
Falcon Beach 10/13: series two. Tanya struggles to accept
Lane's confession. <S)
12.4511/13. The annual scavenger hunt takes place.
1.30 The Surgery Discussion on social networking.
1.50 Sound Music show.
Rptd tomorrow, 7pm. BBC3
C Period drama starring Jean Marc Barr and Anna Friel.
1813: a French officer attempts to escape from a remote Scottish PoW camp after befriending a local beauty. Review page 39. Director Harry Hook (1999, 15)
Series five. Mr Monk Meets His Dad Dan Hedaya guest stars as Monk's estranged father, who shows up out of the blue, setting the scene for another murder investigation. Repeated at 3.25am
Hazel Irvine , Steve Davis and John Parrott introduce further coverage of the fourth and final session of the first semi-final. Press red for live coverage from
9.55am (not on Freeview 2.30-6pm) coverage available over the next seven days, after 8.30pm, at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
Series one. John O'Groats to Firth of Forth
The team travel along the east coast of Scotland, where Alice Roberts meets the last members of Dundee's whaling fleet, and Miranda Krestovnikoff watches dolphins at Channory Point.
Series producer Steve Evanson
Gorilla Warfare. An exercise in which the platoon have to escort Mainwaring to a secret rendezvous point sees them out-foxed by an escaped gorilla.
Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry
Lance Cpl Jones:
Chief Warden Hodges:
The Crucible is kept busy by the semi-finals today as the world championship builds to a climax. Host Hazel Irvine is joined by previous winners Steve Davis and John Parrott , with commentary from
Clive Everton , Dennis Taylor , John Virgo and Willie Thorn. Producers Simon Birri and Alison Witkover
Executive producer Graham Fry Digital viewers can access live coverage from 9.55am until close of play via the red button (not on Freeview 2.30-6pm) r Coverage available over the next seven days, after 7am tomorrow, at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
Subsequent programmes may run late or change
3/8. In an extended version of yesterday's BBC1 edition, Tory MP Alan Duncan is among the guests being boomed at by host Brian Blessed.
(Revised rpt) www.radiotimes.com/have-i-got-news-blog
3/6; series two. This week the comedy sat-nav is asked to plot a course to Leeds, starting from the Victorian terraced house in Newcastle-upon-Tyne where the Donald brothers gave birth to the legendary comic Viz, before pointing writer Ian La Frenais towards some of The Likely Lads' favourite hang outs. Heading in to Yorkshire, Maureen Lipman rekindles the scent of the high-brow humour that used to amuse her on the steps of her father's tailor shop in Hull, and the search for the real Avid Merrion leads to an alarming discovery in a loft in Leeds. Alan Whicker narrates.
Producer Zoe Thorman ; Series producer Matt O'Casey
6/12. The teams are challenged to come up with a new occasion for a range of greetings cards, before pitching them to three of the country's leading retailers.
Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
Lorraine Kelly , Nick Hewer and Jessica Huie guest as Adrian Chiles catches up with the freshly rejected candidate. Shown last Wednesday
Drama starring Ethan Hawke , Robert Sean
C Leonard and Uma Thurman. Old friends Johnny and Vince meet up and while discussing the course each of their lives has taken, the conversation turns to Amy, a girl both men dated, whom Vince has secretly invited to join them. Review page 39.
Director Richard Linkiater (2001, 15)
9/13. Shoot. Peggy sets pulses racing when she is forced to sport a revealing outfit.
For cast see page 80 Shown last Tuesday