Hilda breaks one of Potto's toys.
Fred goes back to high school to save his job.
10.55 Fred takes out life insurance.
Disney musical fantasy, starring Helen Reddy and Jim Dale. A little orphaned boy gets involved in a series of adventures with a magical dragon. Review page 42.
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Wilson learns about a fight Jarrod had with Philby on the night of the murder.
A retired man who wants to tour Spain.
A tale of fakery from the Berkeley Castle archives.
Old Habits Die Hard. Jessica tries to establish whether a nun committed suicide.
Antiques experts value the goods on show in Barnsley.
Contestants from Surrey and Kent try to impress the panel of judges.
Darts player Bobby George sells some personal effects.
Weekday quiz in which teams compete for cash prizes.
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
1/6. From her north Devon garden, horticulturalist Carol Klein reveals that, with a little patience, anyone can grow organic vegetables at home.
Series producer Juliet Glaves Exec producer Sarah Moors Carol Klein co-hosts Gardeners' World on Friday at 8pm
7/10. Specialist subjects are racehorse Desert Orchid, world heavyweight boxing champions, the history of Superbowl and FA Cup finals since 1970. Producer Jon Kelly ; Director Derek Hallworth Rptd at 1am
7/12. The Pelopennese. Francesco heads off on a motorbike into Peloponnese, the wild west of Greece, before visiting Mystra, the ruined Byzantine town once known as "the Florence of the East". He also visits the ancient theatre at Epidaurus, where even a stage whisper can be heard throughout the auditorium. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
8.30 8/12. The Cyclades. Francesco da Mosto follows the modern-day Catholic pilgrimage route to the island of Tinos as he sails through the Cyclades. On Delos, he investigates the temples of a more ancient religion. Producer/Director Nicola Seare Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
New series 1/4. Excellent drama charting the rise and fall of Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. The story begins in March 2003, with Saddam ensconced in the presidential palace of Baghdad, watching a televised address by George W Bush, who declares to the Iraqi people that the "tyrant will soon be gone". In a flashback to 1979 we see how Saddam, then deputy leader, rose to power.
Writers Alex Holmes and Steven Butchard ; Producer Steve Lightfoot ; Director Alex Holmes Dictating terms: page 22
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Adnan Hussein Hamdani:
Young Hala Hussein:
Young Raghad Hussein:
Ahmed AI Bakr:
Saddam Kamel Majid:
Young Uday Hussein:
Series ten. Paul Merton is joined by Phillip Schofield, whose pet hates include Gordon the Gopher. Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne
With Gavin Esler.
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3/7. Travelling through Europe, Ewan and Charley head for Slovakia.
12.00 4/7. En route to Mongolia, the duo are left up the proverbial creek. Shown Sunday 9pm
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