Followed by Thumb Wrestling Federation: TWF
Kyle XY 3/10. Kyle is linked to a murder investigation.
Rptd on Friday at 1.50am
12/45 Class of 2008 3/8. Six youngsters strive for success.
1.15 Sound Music show.
Rptd tomorrow at 7pm on BBC3
1.45 The Surgery Debating which is the superior gender.
2.05 Meta4orce New series 1/4. Sci-fi animated adventure.
Period crime thriller starring Sean Connery. In 1855, a stylish crook plans a daring robbery from a train carrying gold bullion to troops involved in the Crimean War. Review p47. Director Michael Crichton (1978,12)
Series five. Mr Monk Is on the Air A radio DJ is suspected of killing his wife - but he has an alibi.
Repeated at 4.05am
Randolph Scott and Lee Marvin. A former sheriff is on the trail of the men he holds responsible for the death of his wife. Along the way, he encounters a pioneering couple and an outlaw that he'd jailed in the past. Review p47. Director Budd Boetticher (1956, U)
3/6. Tibet. Examining wildlife inhabiting the inhospitable climes of the Tibetan plateau, including brown bears, giant sheep and snow leopards.
Director/Producer Gavin Maxwell Shown last Sunday
Ring Dem Bells. The platoon poses as Germans.
Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry
2/6. Restaurant critic Giles Coren and writer and TV presenter Sue Perkins try out the cuisine of of the 1660s, including coxcombs, eel pie and "small beer". How healthy will their diet be?
Director/Producer Hugo Macgregor Shown last Tuesday
3/5. Recounting how the 1960s saw Harold Wilson, the confident grammar-school boy made good, elected prime minister of a country that was fast embracing the spirit of progress.
But while the Swinging Sixties unleashed dreams of a fairer, liberated future, Wilson's government presided over years of industrial conflict, stagnation and decline, which in turn led to the industrial malaise and generational conflicts of Edward Heath's Britain in the early 1970s.
Director/Producer Francis Whately
7/8. An extended version of yesterday's BBC1 edition where guest host Alexander Armstrong was joined by Clare Balding and Michael Mcintyre. (Revised rpt) www.radiotimes.com/have-i-got-news-blog
Clive Anderson takes a cheeky look back over 50 years of news presenting, illustrating that, while styles may have changed, bloopers are funny in any era. There's an investigation into who said,
"And finally...." first, why Newsround is responsible for innovations in news presenting and a look at the long line of newsreaders who have followed Angela Rippon from newsdesk to dancef loor.
Producer/Director Angus Mcintyre
10/12. The six candidates are divided into teams and challenged to rent supercars to the public.
Shown last Tuesday on BBC1
Adrian Chiles meets the ousted candidate.
Shown last Tuesday The Apprentice: the Final Five is on Monday at 10.45pm on BBC1
Dame Edna Everage and music from Alanis Morrisette.
Shown last Thursday
In a Copenhagen suburb, a recently widowed clergyman arrives to take over the church and is encouraged to join an evening class in basic Italian. In Danish and Italian with subtitles. Review p47. Director Lone Scherfig (2000,15)
13/13. The Wheel. Betty makes a discovery about her counselling sessions with Dr Wayne.
Shown last Tuesday