A film studio is haunted. (R) (S)
Kyle XY 6/10. Kyle becomes frustrated by a mysterious memory. Repeated Friday at 3.30am
7/8. Six youngsters strive for success.
1.10 8/8. Has the quest for success been realised?
Rptd tomorrow 7pm, BBC3
4/4. The team members' origins are revealed.
Clare Balding introduces four live races from the last day of this year's Royal Ascot , with the help of Willie Carson and Rishi Persad. The feature race, the Golden Jubilee Stakes, is at
3.05, with other starts at 2.30,
3.45 and 4.25. Commentary, analysis and betting news come from Ian Bartlett , Ray Cochrane , Kevin Darley and Angus Loughran , while the runners and riders in the fashion stakes are appraised by Julia Bradbury and James Sherwood.
Series five. Mr Monk Visits a Farm
Disher inherits a farm.
5/6. Giles Coren and Sue Perkins sample the cuisine of Elizabethan times, trying sheep's head and leaping-frog pie. Chef Paul Merrett prepares the dishes. Shown last Tuesday
When You've Got to Go. Private Pike is called up and passes the medical with flying colours.
Writers Jimmy Perry and David Croft
6/6. Tides of Change. Ancient tea-growing cultures, traditional seaweed-thatched villages, bird-filled wetlands, rare white dolphins, snake-infested islands and futuristic cities jostle along China's fertile eastern seaboard, which marks the front line in the scramble for resources and space between 700 million people and a surprising wealth of wildlife. Bernard Hill narrates. Director/Producer Charlotte Scott Shown last Sunday The Essay: Wild China begins on Monday at llpm on BBC Radio 3
5/5. The journalist's epic national saga draws to a close with an examination of the post-Thatcher years. Many did well under the long-serving PM, but boom soon turned to bust. John Major did not convince the public that he was the man for the job, so enter New Labour's smiling master of spin, Tony Blair. Marr charts the big events of both Major and Blair's years in power, including Black Wednesday, the war in Iraq and the growing awareness of global warming.
Director/Producer Tom Giles
Alexander Armstrong hosts the satirical quiz.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Jo Bunting
Comedy drama starring Bill Murray. A middle-aged man is shaken out of his autumnal torpor when a letter apparently from an ex-girlfriend tells him he has a grown-up son. However, he is not sure which old flame the missive is from and so embarks on a road trip to reconnect with his past loves and find his son. Review page 45.
Director Jim Jarmusch (2005, 15)
An engaging profile of the much-loved humorist, famous for her witty songs and monologues. Clive James and Maureen Lipman contribute.
Director Robin Lough
Period drama starring
Colin Firth. With the First World War fading into memory, Fraser Pettigrew lives an idyllic life on his family's estate. But when his uncle Morris arrives the house is thrown into turmoil. Review p45.
Director Hugh Hudson (1999, 12)
5/9; series one. Saturday. The boys prepare for a Saturday night out.
2.15 6/9. The Two on Their Way to Brasilia. The boys deliver a letter to the president. In Portuguese with English subtitles. First shown on BBC4
Intense period drama based on the Strindberg play, starring Saffron Burrows and Peter Mullan. Review page 45.
Director Mike Figgis (1999, 15)