Comedy starring James Robertson-Justice and Leslie Phillips. Newlyweds have to contend with the bride's irascible father. Review page 40. Director Peter Graham Scott (1963, PG)
Financial reports with Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
Addo sees Justine kissing another man.
A speed-dating agency on the Costa Blanca.
Gloria Hunniford reports on actress Peg Woffington.
Jessica helps a friend arrested for murder.
items go up for auction in Wolverhampton.
Tony Hadley competes against Sarah Champion.
Donal Macintyre hunts for collectibles he can sell.
7/10. At Longleat, the park vet has to perform an essential procedure on two female lions. (Revised Rpt)
2/5. Jeremy Spake and his fellow colleagues return in the "fly-on-the-tarmac" series.
7.30 3/5. More headaches at Heathrow. Continues next week. See Monday's choice.
3/10. Four contenders answer questions on a specialist sports subject and general sporting knowledge. Continues tomorrow at 8pm. Director Derek Hallworth ; Producer Jon Kelly
Repeated at 12.20am
3/12. Bosnia and Dubrovnik. Sea conditions turn rough as Francesco da Mosto hugs his way along coastal waters of the Adriatic towards the Mostar bridge, where the ancient symbol of unity has been rebuilt, and on to Medugorge where it's claimed the Virgin Mary appears to villagers. Then there's a visit to the beautiful island of Hvar and a trip down the Dalmation coast to the medieval city of Dubrovnik. Here, Francesco hopes to find the secret of eternal life in a Franciscan monastery. Episode four is tomorrow at 8.30pm. Director/Producer Andrea Illescas Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
New series 1/6. Five years ago, city dweller Jimmy Doherty staked his future on a farm of his own in a revealing TV series. Now he wants to know how other farmers are doing and travels the country looking for innovators in everything from organics to high-tech agribusiness. Tonight he's in East Anglia where farming is about big machines and large-scale production.
Director Matthew Wortman ; Series producer Paul Overton
Showing on the BBC HD channel on Thursday, 10pm The Inside Story: page 80
7/13. Lauren Laverne interviews David Simon, creator of the acclaimed US cop show The Wire on why he breaks all the rules of television writing.
Art critic Andrew Graham-Dixon risks a stiff neck in Rome to marvel at and decipher Michelangelo's vast fresco on the Sistine Chapel ceiling, which he commenced 500 years ago. It took four years to complete, and was dogged by battles with the artist's patron, Pope Julius II. Mark Kermode reviews the week's film releases including Puffball.
An extended version is on Thursday at 11.20pm. [web address removed]
With Gavin Esler.
Followed by Weather
A revealing portrait of the turbulent life of actor and comedian Frankie Howerd , famous for his quirky mannerisms and double entendres in comedies such as Up Pompeii. Contributors include Eric Sykes and Jonathan Ross.
Director/Producer David F Turnbull