Adventure game show.
Followed by The Owl
Tennis legend Pat Cash joins Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton to watch TV clips from the archives and enjoy a Sunday lunch prepared by chef Simon Rimmer. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE:
Simon Rimmer 's relaxed summer recipes in the July issue. On sale now, price £3.10
The lion cubs face round two of their inoculations. (Rxs)
A look at the steeplejack's back garden, which houses one of the best examples of a steam-powered engineering workshop in the country.
Highlights from Poznan, Poland, of the third and final World
Cup regatta, which is taking place this weekend.
Digital viewers can watch live coverage from Poznan, 10.30am-1pm
Watch again over the next seven days, after 6pm, at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
Live coverage of the British Grand Prix from Donington
Park, the only UK stop-off for this year's competition, where British fans will be hoping to cheer James Toseland.
Live coverage of the 125 and 250cc races from Donington, 11.45am-
2.15pm, plus post-race analysis 4-4.30pm
Watch again over the next seven days, after 9.15pm, at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
Two wheels good: page 37
Live coverage from the second and final day of action at the 2008 European Cup in Annecy, France.
Digital viewers can access European Cup athletics coverage, 2.15-4.50pm, via the red button
10/13. Farewell My Lovely. Zaphod makes his own way in the world. Narrated by Bill Nighy. Repeated at 3.35am on Thursday
First Shown on Animal Planet
Cornwall and the Scilly Isles. The dramatic tale of espionage, greed and the birth of radio. Plus ancient tombs on the Scilly Isles and how nature can turn a shipwreck into a sanctuary for a variety of wildlife. Series producer Steve Evanson
New series 1/6. Evening all! So what should the British police drive? Jeremy CJarkson , Richard Hammond and James May set out to buy a bargain-priced police cruiser that can take part in a dramatic chase and not cost a packet to put right. Plus, the new Ferrari 430 Scuderia, and The Sunday Night Project's Alan Carr and Justin Lee Collins are the Stars in a Reasonably Priced Car. Executive producer Andy Wilman
Repeated on Friday at 9pm Kings of the road: p24; The David Butcher column: p55 Blogs and photo galleries at www.radiotimes.com/top-gear
Comedy drama based on a true story, starring Joel Edgerton as Charlie Price , who inherits an ailing Northampton shoe factory. After a chance encounter with a drag queen, Charlie is convinced producing reinforced heels for transvestites is the way forward. But can his workforce be persuaded in time for the Milan fashion show? Review p46.
Director Julian Jarrold (2005, 12)
See also Trouble at the Top at 11.25pm First Chance to See: page 43
10/12. With actress Alicia Silverstone , plus music from the Freemasons. Shown last Thursday
The Kinky Boot Factory. A failing family shoe business in Northampton gambles on cornering a niche market in kinky boots for men. Will a new design in steel reinforced stiletto heels and leopard skin boots wow traders at the Dusseldorf Shoe Fair and monopolise the fetish trade?
Producer Helen Batten
9/11; series two. Cautionary Tales. Matt learns to implant thoughts into people's minds.
For cast see page 108 Shown last Thursday
9/11. The journey of Noah Bennet , alias HRG. Shown last Thursday
Horror starring Trish Van Devere and Joseph Cotten. When Jane Hardy moves into her late aunt's New England mansion, strange things begin to happen, including the arrival of a hearse from hell. Review page 47.
Director George Bowers (1980,12)
Shown at 11.30am on BBC2 North
Watch highlights again over the next seven days, after
7.55am, at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer