The Nasa mission to Mars. Shown last Sunday on BBC1
First of two dramas starring Burt Lancaster. JJ Hunsecker is a vicious New York gossip columnist. When Hunsecker decides to break up his sister's romance with a young jazz musician, he forces press agent Sidney Falco into helping him. Review page 37. Director Alexander Mackendrick (1957, PG) (BW)
**** Drama based on a true story, starring Burt Lancaster and Karl Malden. Murderer Robert Stroud is placed in solitary confinement. His life is changed when a sick bird flies into his cell and he sets about healing it with homemade medicine. Review page 37. Director John Frankenheimer (1962, PG) (BW)
Series five. Mr Monk Goes to the Hospital. A minor nose-bleed sends Monk scurrying to the nearest hospital. Repeated at 2.50am
Simon Says, Colour Me Dead Jessica investigates when an artist is found dead following a dinner party.
Anne Robinson hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team. Producer Lamees Nuseibeh ; Series editor Alex McLeod
Is There Honey Still for Tea? Godfrey learns his cottage is scheduled for demolition.
Writers Jimmy Perry and David Croft
Sidney James, Kenneth Williams and Joan Sims star in the first programme of Carry On night, which celebrates 50 years of the saucy film strand. When Sid Boggle and Bernie Lugg decide to take their girlfriends on a holiday to Paradise Camp, they think they're off to a nudist colony - but they couldn't be more wrong. Review page 37.
Director Gerald Thomas (1969, PG) Carry On hits 50: page 16; The Inside Story: page 50 Favourite Carry On actor/film survey results: www.radiotimes.com/carry-on
Carry On night continues with this adaptation of Terry Johnson's stage play Cleo, Camping, Emmanuelle and Dick, which tells the real-life story of Barbara Windsor's affair with Sid James. Set against the backdrop of the bawdy films, Babs has to turn to Kenneth Williams for a shoulder to cry on when the laughter turns to tears.
Writer/Director Terry Johnson Barbara Windsor guest-hosts The Sunday Night Project tomorrow at 10pm on C4
Carry On hits 50: page 16; The Inside Story: page 50 Favourite Carry On actor/film survey results: www.radiotimes.com/carry-on
Michael Sheen plays the camp actor and comedian in this compelling dramatisation of his outrageously candid and breathtakingly caustic diaries. Some of his greatest performances are re-enacted, plus there are insights into his professional hopes, personal upsets and sexual neuroses. Producer Ben Evans : Director Andy de Emmony First shown on BBC4
Comedy starring Sidney James, Kenneth Williams and Hattie Jacques. Sid Carter masterminds a scheme to steal contraceptive pills from a maternity hospital and sell them abroad. Review page 37. Director Gerald Thomas (1972, PG)
Intimate drama starring David Morse. An inner-city priest has doubts about his ability to conduct his ministry. Review page 37. Director Eugene Martin (2001)