Making a treasure island for storing sweets.
Highlights of yesterday's games. Shown yesterday at 10.30pm on BBC1
John Craven celebrates sporting events that take place in rural Britain, and visits the home town of Olympics innovator William Penny Brookes. Includes Weather for the Week Ahead. Signed at 2am on BBC1 www.bbcgreen.com BBC COUNTRYFILE MAGAZINE: Â£3.40
Miranda Krestovnikoff enjoys horse racing at the Laytown Races. (Revised rpt)
Seanna the sea lion pup leaves her mum to attend her first day of training, while easy-access ramps are installed for the tigers. (Revised rpt)
Omnibus edition. Cast on Mon/Thu
Western starring Gregory Peck. A sheriff is given a map by a dying Indian that indicates a canyon containing Apache gold. After memorising it, he finds himself shadowed by treasure hunters. Review p30. Director J Lee Thompson (1969,15)
5/8. Featuring a networking site for food enthusiasts.
Shown last Monday What Theo Paphitis is watching: p
4/5. A look at the effects of the oceans on land, climate and evolution.
Highlights include a bid to find the quickest way of travelling across London, and James May road-testing arguably the most luxurious car in the world. The two Stars in the Reasonably Priced Car are Simon Cowell and Lawrence Dallaglio.
Producer Andy Wilman Blogs and galleries at www.radiotimes.com/top-gear
Science-fiction fantasy drama directed by Steven Spielberg, and starring Jude Law and Haley Joel Osment. In the future, a prototype robot child called David, who is programmed with emotions, is delivered to the Swinton family. But can David replace the sick son that the family has had cryogenically frozen until his terminal illness can be cured? Film of the Day: page 30. (2001, 12)
Prof Hobby (the Visionary):
3/3. The Industrial Landscape. In 1939 the Luftwaffe secretly photographed the backbone of the British economy - its industrial heartlands. In this companion show to the BBC1 series at 9pm, images of Salford Docks, the Welsh Valleys,
Swindon and the Trafford Park industrial estate are compared with those from the present day. Seen from above, it's clear that no other aspect of the nation has changed so much or so quickly. Director Chris Mitchell ; Series producer Lucy van Beek Signed at 2.20am on BBC1 See also Britain from Above - Satellite Earth on BBC4 at 10.30pm
Highlights of today's two Premier League matches as Wigan faced Chelsea and Manchester City took on West Ham United. With Ray Stubbs. BBC MATCH OF THE DAY MAGAZINE: available weekly, price Â£1.80
Highlights of this morning's closing ceremony from the National Stadium in Beijing, as the past 16 days' events were celebrated, the Olympic flame extinguished and the invitation given for the world's athletes to gather in four years' time in London - host city of the 2012 Games. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Over to you, London: page 22
Mystery thriller starring John Neville and Donald Houston.
London, 1888: with the East End terrorised by Jack the Ripper following the murder of three prostitutes, Sherlock Holmes joins the investigation when an anonymous parcel is sent to him. Review page 30.
(1965, 15) (BW)
Dr John Watson:
Lord Edward Carfax:
Highlights include Wigan Warriors v Leeds Rhinos. Shown at 12.05pm on BBC2 North
Watch highlights again over the next seven days, after 5.50am, at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer