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Kyle XY 4/10. Kyle realises he has feelings for Amanda.
Rptd on Friday at 1.50am
12.40 Class of 2008 4/8. Daisy returns home from New York for
London Fashion Week.
1.05 Sound Music show.
Rptd tomorrow 7pm, BBC3
1.30 Meta4orce 2/4. The team tracks down the key suspects.
The possibility of life on the moons of Saturn and Jupiter.
Shown last Sunday on BBC1
Sue Barker is courtside at the Stade de Roland Garros for live coverage of the women's singles final at the French Open. The retirement of last year's winner Justine Henin means the door is open for someone new to make their mark.
From 6.30pm, or end of play, press red for highlights (not Freeview)
Paul Martin , Will Axon and Mark Stacey head for Colchester in Essex. (Revised rpt)
The Fallen Idol. Mainwaring's halo Slips.
4/6. Beyond the Great Wall Visiting tribes of reindeer herders living beyond the Great Wall on the Siberian border.
Shown last Sunday
3/6. Giles Coren and Sue Perkins spend a week on the diet of a wealthy Victorian couple, with authentic home meals prepared by Sophie Grigson. Shown last Tuesday
1/2. A rousing performance of composer Harrison Birtwistle 's latest opera from the Royal Opera
- House in London's Covent Garden. Based on the Greek myth, it's the intriguing story of a man with a bull's head who lives hidden away in a labyrinth in Crete. He is sent young men and women from Athens on which to feed, until the hero Theseus arrives and, with the help of Ariadne, formulates a plot to defeat the beast.
But is he a monster or a man? Antonio Pappano conducts the Royal Opera House Chorus and Orchestra. Part two is at 9.40pm.
Libretto by David Harsent ; Producer Flavia Rittner ; Director
Jonathan Haswell Video Plus+ for 7.35-10.35pm (non-PDC) The Inside Story: page 64
8/8. Extended version of yesterday's BBC1 edition with Jeremy Clarkson steering the show. Director Paul Wheeler ; Series producer Nick Martin
(Revised rpt) www.radiotimes.com/have-i-got-news-blog
2/2. The conclusion of tonight's performance of Harrison Birtwistle 's opera, starring
Christine Rice and John Tomlinson.
11/12. The remaining five candidates are grilled in rigorous interviews. The final is on Wednesday at 9pm On BBC1. Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
11/12. Adrian Chiles chats to the show's freshly rejected candidate. The Apprentice: Why I Fired Them is tomorrow at 10.20pm on BBC1.
Shown last Wednesday
Black comedy, directed, written by and starring Billy Bob Thornton. When struggling musician Claude finds out he is to stand trial for murder, he instigates a gathering of the clan. Review page 53. (1999,15)
1/9. The Emperor's Crown
Drama telling the story of two boys living in a Brazilian shanty town ruled by drug gangs.
2.20 2/9. The Man's Brother-in-Law. Acerola takes advantage of his sister's romance. In Portuguese with English subtitles. First shown on BBC4
Brooding film noir starring John Garfield.
Joe Morse, the crooked lawyer for a New York racketeer, serves his boss faithfully until his own brother falls victim to the mobster's plans.
Review page 53. (1948, PG) (BW)