A legendary bird carries Daphne off to its mountain lair.
Baron Greenback attempts to find a crown.
Fred worries about Wilma giving birth.
11.35 A nurse is sent to look after the cave.
Anthea Turner and Wendi Peters join host Fiona Bruce and team captains Aled Jones and Simon O'Brien to find out how impulsive they are.
Financial reports with Adam Shaw and Nik Wood. s)
Wilson manages to hack into Philby's laptop.
A grey seal trapped in a nuclear power station.
Deadpan. Jessica investigates the suspicious death of a theatre critic.
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Two amateur cooks take up the challenge.
A husband and father reluctantly tries out life in Perth.
The chefs prepare two dishes in 50 minutes using haddock as the central ingredient before re-creating both a wild mushroom risotto and macaroons. Gregg Wallace and Michel Roux Jr are the judges. See yesterday's choice.
Catching up with three couples and their families - and a pair of brothers - who decided a few years ago to change their jobs, their homes and their lifestyles to pursue their dreams of a better life. How did they fare? Jacey Salles narrates.
Director Alex Steinitz ; Series producer Ruth Shurman
1/2. Maritime archaeologist Frank Pope and historian and TV presenter Tessa Dunlop unearth the stories behind seven shipwrecks being reclaimed from the bottom of the River Thames.
The ships featured in this first episode include a Dunkirk veteran and a 17th-century warship that played a part in the 1660 Restoration of Charles ii. Director/Producer Brendan Hughes The Inside Story: page 70
3/6. Choral. The remaining six would-be Proms conductors face their second studio challenge this week, as they are commanded to conduct both the BBC Concert Orchestra and the BBC Symphony Chorus in a performance of a piece of choral music. Once again, judges Sir Roger Norrington, Simone Young, Dominic Seldis and Zoe Martlew decide which two must face the orchestra's casting vote for elimination. Clive Anderson presides over the proceedings. Director Chris Power ; Series producer Chris Brogden
Repeated on Thursday at 11pm on BBC4 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE: the August issue contains a major feature on the series. Price Â£4.25
13/13. The Culture Show's reports from the Edinburgh Festival and Fringe - and the current series - conclude as Lauren Laverne meets the writer and star of the unmistakably autobiographical Joan Rivers: a Work in Progress by a Life in Progress, as well as choreographer Matthew Bourne, whose Dorian Gray is his first new production in three years. Plus a look at Scavenger Hunt, one of the Fringe's more unusual offerings, and, in his final report, Tim Samuels meets some of the acts that haven't quite made the headlines. An extended edition is on Thursday at 11.20pm. Series producer Graham Mitchell Executive producer Edward Morgan
With Kirsty Wark.
Editor Jasmin Buttar www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight Followed by Weather
First shown in the Imagine... strand in 2004 to mark the publication of Gray's autobiography The Smoking Diaries, Alan Yentob's insight into the writer's career gets another outing in tribute to a man widely considered to be one of Britain's foremost dramatists, who died earlier this month. Director/Producer Margy Kinmonth
First shown on BBC1