Pretending to be an animal. (SL)
The men's singles final.
Shown yesterday at 10pm
Digital viewers can watch rolling highlights via the red button
Presented by Andrew Neil and Anita Anand.
Financial news with Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
Tess tries to offload the diamonds
- but things go awry.
New series Daily life at Floors Castle in the Scottish Borders, presented by John Craven and Gloria Hunniford.
Night of the Headless Horseman A body is found.
With radio presenters Christian O'Connell and lain Lee.
New series Collectables at the homes of the famous, beginning with Brian Conley.
1/10. A newborn goat is rejected by her mother and Kate Humble introduces bath toys to three tigers. Series producer Joff Wilson ; Executive producers
Annette Clarke and Chris Powell (Revised repeat)
Ahead of the opening of the Hampton Court
Palace RHS Flower Show tomorrow, Joe Swift and Rachel de Thame take a look at some of the gardens that could catch the eyes of the judges. Coverage from the show is on Thursday at 8pm. Series producer Sarah Eglin ; Exec producer Gill Tierney Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
New series Light-hearted series revisiting seven docusoaps, starting this week with Vets in Practice. 1/5. Trude Mostue and Steve Leonard remember some of animals that came into their care, and recall their working relationship with each other and the camera crews. Continues tomorrow 7.30pm. Veterans in practice: page 53
New series Return of the student quiz, chaired by Jeremy Paxman , with the University of Hull taking on City University, London, in the opening match. Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Irene Daniels Why I Love...: www.radiotimes.com/university-blog
New series 1/6. Chef Ching-He Huang embarks on a mission to prove how easy it is to create mouth-watering Chinese food at home using fresh, healthy and readily available ingredients. Takeaway Favourites. Tonight she prepares perfect chicken chow mein for the Beijing-bound British women's Olympic rowing squad.
Director David Robertson ; Series producer Richard Shaw Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel The Biggest Chinese Restaurant in the World is at 9pm on BBC4 Creating a stir: page 38
5/6; Series two. A fantastic building in York hasn't helped Lucy attract shoppers to her boutique, Selkie.
Mary Portas puts the blame on her decision to emphasise ironing boards over high fashion, while the Halloween window display screams out second-hand store. However, a bid to hone Lucy's skills by letting her dress the key window of Liberty department store in London does not bode well. Director/Producer Michael Jochnowitz
Series three. The groovy chicks of the Swinging
Sixties decided they weren't going to get old. But times change. Here, a select few reflect on how the years have proved them wrong. Last in series. Director/Producer Claire Storey Lambert
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Editor Peter Barron www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight Followed by Weather
3/6. Scottish air hostess Lana Inglis , a former alcoholic, spends a month with one of Ethiopia's most fiercely independent tribes, the Afar, whose strict Muslim culture forbids alcohol.
Director/Producer Helen Williamson
Shown last Wednesday