Adventure game show.
Followed by SMart Special
A tribute to the late Mark Speight.
Subject (SMart Special):
More art tips for youngsters, with Susan Ribeiro and Kirsten O'Brien.
Popsters McFly join Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: price E3.10
It's time for the lion cub to venture outside.
Mystery drama starring Robert Wagner. A young man kills his girlfriend when he discovers that her pregnancy will lead to her being disinherited by her father. Review page 55. Director Gerd Oswald (1956, 12)
Clare Balding presents live coverage from the Hickstead Derby, held near Haywards
Heath in West Sussex. <s)
Neil Diamond will be no Solitary Man as he performs live on the Pyramid Stage in the festival's now-traditional Sunday teatime slot. Tracks from his recent album Home before Dark and a selection of his classic songs will feature. Plus Mark Ronson is live from the Other Stage, there's a look at the history of the venue Worthy Farm, and an exclusive performance backstage by the folk singer/songwriter Joan Baez.
Further coverage: 10.45pm BBC2; 7pm BBC3; and 9pm BBC4. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Digital viewers can press red for a choice of up to four acts (one on Freeview), 5pm to 10.30pm Pitch perfect: page 44
Wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan heads for Shetland to try and track down the UK's most formidable predator - the killer whale.
Director/Producer Tom Hugh-Jones
11/13. Three Degrees of Separation The Whiskers are forced to protect their pups from a dangerous and deadly foe. Rptd tomorrow at 12.20am
7.35 12/13. The Graduate. Hannibal's son Wilson leaves the Commandos to become the dominant male of his own group. Narrated by Bill Nighy. Repeated tomorrow 12.45am First shown on Animal Planet
2/6. A smitten Jeremy Clarkson puts the Mercedes CLK Black through its paces, and Richard Hammond competes against a group of irritatingly chic French skiers in the Audi RS6. Plus new models from Mitsubishi and Subaru are tested, while actors Rupert Penry-Jones and Peter Firth take to the track in the Reasonably Priced Car. Executive producer Andy Wilman
Repeated on Friday at 9pm Blogs and photo galleries at [web address removed]
The Top Gear man explores the story of Operation Chariot, the daring commando raid on the dry dock of St Nazaire in the Second World War to try to deny the German battleship Tirpitz a safe haven on the Atlantic coast of France. To achieve their aim, the commandos had to move up the heavily defended Loire estuary, and fight their way past 4,000 Germans troops to get back to safety. Director Richard Pearson ; Producer Andy Wilman
11/12. John Malkovich and Alan Davies guest, plus music from Sharleen Spiteri. Shown last Thursday
The final headliner on the Pyramid Stage is Wigan's recently reformed anthemic group the Verve, with songs from their classic 1997 album Urban Hymns, and new tracks from their upcoming reunion album. Plus performances from the likes of King Solomon Burke , the Zutons, Eddy Grant , and the National. Phill Jupitus and Lauren Laverne look back over the whole weekend with highlights of all the main stages, and there are more special acoustic performances plus the final cabaret act left on site. Jo Whiley and Mark Radcliffe are the hosts. Glastonbury: the Best Bits is at 12.30am on BBC3. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Digital viewers can press red for a choice of up to five acts :two on Freeview), 10.30pm-2am
Pitch perfect: page 44; www.radiotimes.com/glastonbury
10/11; series two. Truth and Consequences
Niki is reunited with Micah, who has bad news.
For cast see page 116 Shown last Thursday Programme guide update: www.radiotimes.com/heroes
Wigan Warriors v Harlequins and Leeds Rhinos v Castleford Tigers. Shown at 4.25pm on BBC1 North
Watch highlights again over the next seven days, after 7.35am, at [web address removed]