Followed by Prank Patrol Pocketsize (Revised rpt)
Manish Bhasin looks ahead to the opening matches in the Premier League with the help of guests Mark Lawrenson and Lee Dixon. Final score is on BBC1 at 4.30pm
The shoreline of the United Kingdom. (Revised rpt)
The elderly gorillas begin watching TV.
Epic historical adventure starring Charlton Heston and Sophia Loren. During the 11th century, Spain is a country divided between small Christian kingdoms and Moorish strongholds. From the confusion of warring factions there emerges an intrepid knight whose exploits earn him the name El Cid. Review p45.
Director Anthony Mann (1961, U)
Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar/D CkJ:
1/3. A journey through a day in the life of Britain. Episode two is tomorrow at 9pm on BBC1. Shown last Sunday on BBC1
Newcastle to Hull. Neil Oliver visit the home of the Venerable Bede. (Revised rpt)
Great Conductors. The celebrated conductors Pierre Boulez and Daniel Barenboim talk about their friendship and share their views on the art of conducting. Boulez directs the London Symphony Chorus and the BBC Symphony Chorus and Orchestra's performance of Janacek's Sinfonietta, while Barenboim and his West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, formed of young Israeli and Palestinian musicians, perform Brahms's Symphony No 4 in E. Presented by Clive Anderson and Suzy Klein.
Directors Rodney Greenberg and David Stevens
Producer Jonathan Haswell Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel at 7.30pm www.bbc.co.uk/proms Clive Anderson hosts Maestro on Tuesday at 9pm
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Wake Up, Walmington. The people of Walmington are no longer taking the threat of invasion seriously, so the platoon decides to masquerade as fifth columnists to test the town's reaction.
Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry
Will things run smoothly with Des Lynam as host? David Peep Show Mitchell and BBC economics editor Evan Davis join Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Jo Bunting
6/12. With guests David Mitchell and Adam Hills. Shown last Thursday
New series 1/3. Move It Examining the history of British popular music, which tonight follows its progression from the conservative postwar years to the 1960s, when British pop ruled the world. Contributors include Cliff Richard, Marty Wilde, Ray Gosling and Helen Shapiro. Director/Producer Alan Lewens First shown on BBC4
5/8. For 13 years Gregor Fisher played the lead in Rab C Nesbitt, famed for his working-class wit and wisdom. There were initial doubts about the show's success, yet it was to leave an indelible mark on a devoted fan base. Shown yesterday on BBC1 Followed by Weatherview
Musical comedy starring the Beatles in their movie debut. John, Paul, George and Ringo set off for London, where they are due to take part in a live TV show. But the antics of Paul's mischievous grandfather throw the performance into jeopardy. Review page 45. Director Richard Lester (1964, U) (BW) Moment of the week: page 43
9/13; series three. SOBs
George Sr and Lucille decide to host a fundraiser at the apartment to pay for a lawyer.
1.35 10/13. Fakin' It. The Bluths take part in a mock trial to prepare for the real thing. (S)