New series. The Bookworms make a mess in Potto's library.
Fred's medicine makes Barney become invisible.
Disney period fantasy starring Patrick McGoohan and Susan Hampshire. A vet believes his daughter's sick cat should be put down. Review page 42. Director Don Chaffey (1963, U)
Financial news with Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
Blade returns and is ready to make Bee pay.
A couple move to Alicante, Spain, to run a restaurant. <R)
Rachel Allen makes a delicious Scottish teacake.
No Laughing Murder. A feud between two stand-up comics ends in murder.
New series Amateur cooks prepare their favourite recipes for four of Britain's most formidable critics. Presented by James Martin.
Actress Jenny Seagrove auctions antiques for charity.
The safari park's most senior tiger is sedated for a critical operation, while the pelicans welcome some exciting new arrivals. Series producer Joff Wilson; Executive producers Annette Clarke and Chris Powell (Revised rpt)
Documentary that takes an in-depth look at the rift threatening to tear the Anglican Church apart. The programme profiles a key figure in the traditionalist splinter group the Primate of Nigeria, Peter Akinola, as he explains his uncompromising vision of Christianity, which is at odds with the liberal leadership in the West.
The Royal Veterinary College, London, take on the University of York for a place in the second round. Jeremy Paxman fires the questions.
Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Irene Daniels Why I Love...: www.radiotimes.com/university-blog
3/6. Seafood. Ching-He Huang travels across the north of Scotland tracking down some of the finest sea produce in the country. Along the way she prepares dishes using locally sourced langoustine, black bean scallops, sea bass, monkfish and haddock. Sweet chilli chips are also on the menu. Series producer Richard Shaw Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel RT DIRECT: hardback book for just Â£12.99 (RRP Â£16.99) plus free p&p. call [number removed] (landline calls cost a max of 8p per min) or visit www.bbcshop.com and enter code RTD256 at the checkout
New series 1/8. Return of the peerless business reality series presented by Evan Davis. The cabal of entrepreneurs mull over the merits of a product that promises to end bedroom disputes, an events company, a machine that turns air into water, a firm that promises to jazz up the nation's garden fences, and rock band Hamfatter from Cambridge who are seeking investment to get their career up and running.
Series producer Sam Lewens ; Exec producer Dominic Bird Behind the scenes: page 10
2/8. Host Angus Deayton officiates as more fibs and flannel fly. Regular team captains Lee Mack and David Mitchell are joined by guests Rich Hall, Trisha Goddard, Ben Shephard and Frankie Boyle. Shown last Friday on BBC1
With Jeremy Paxman.
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5/6. Teacher Dionne Braham spends a month with the Maasai of Tanzania. The tribe is polygamous: men can have up to ten wives, and women are expected to bear children from the age of 14. Director/Producer Cassie Farrell
Shown last Wednesday
The Adventure of the Lover's Leap. A woman dies after falling from her own balcony at home, leading Ellery to question whether she jumped or was pushed.