The team builds a radio station.
A visit to Weymouth harbour.
A ride in the Ninky Nonk.
Western starring Dick Powell. Haven, an undercover investigator, is hired to trace the killers of two soldiers at a Western outpost. Review p35. Director Sidney Lanfield (1948) (BW)
With Wendy Richard and Denise Lewis.
Plots in north Devon and south Gloucestershire.
A look back at summer events. With voiceover.
Business news with Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
In Saltburn. (Revised rpt)
A cute mongrel terrier living in poor conditions.
Wearing of the Green. Jessica's work is disturbed by a reclusive actress.
8/10. Modern items come under scrutiny.
Cooks from Northumberland and Yorkshire compete.
A Lancashire couple sample life in Australia.
Gregg Wallace and Michel Roux Jr challenge chefs to make two pork dishes in 50 minutes and re-create classic meals lobster bisque and coffee dacquoise.
6/6. Squashing Pumpkins. Carol Klein explores the pumpkin and squash family and novice vegetable-grower Louise reflects upon her year. Series producer Juliet Glaves ; Exec producer Sarah Moors Gardeners' World Special is on Friday at 8.30pm
Against the Clock. When Nigella Lawson sets out to prove that fast food does not have to be bad food, her speedy-yet-scrumptious dishes include flash-fried steak with white bean mash, "curry in a hurry" and a quick and easy chocolate mousse. Director Dominic Cyriax ; Series producer Olivia Ball
Spectacled Bears - Shadows of the Forest Stephen Fry narrates this film about the spectacled bear, the secretive and elusive creature that was the model for Michael Bond 's beloved Paddington, and which is South
America's sole surviving native bear. Considered for years to be gentle vegetarians, this film reveals a darker side to this endangered species. Producer Fergus Beeley ; Series editor Tim Martin
A portrait of the wildlife residents of Squam Lake in New Hampshire, USA, location for the Oscar-winning film On Golden Pond. Producer Tom Fitz ; Exec producer Vyv Symson
Antony Sher, Stellan Skarsgard and Stephen Dillane head the cast of Frank Cottrell Boyce's thought-provoking drama. Unable to comprehend how God could leave them in Auschwitz, a group of prisoners decide to put Him on trial. But as half of them will soon be sent to the gas chamber, thev have just one day to reach a verdict.
Producer Jemma Rodgers ; Director Andy de Emmony The RT Interview with Antony Sher : page 16; Moment of the week: page 39; www.radiotimes.com/antony-sher
With Kirsty Wark. Followed by Weather
Giles Coren and Sue Perkins spend a week dressing up and dining in the Elizabethan manner. While Sue learns the lute and Giles tries his hand at cupping, chef Paul Merrett tempts them with sheep's head decorated with offal and leaping frog pie. More tomorrow at 11.20pm. Director/Producer Tom Coveney
Languages & Travel Repeats not indicated.
4.00 Deutsch Plus 17-20 Concluding the drama set in the busy television studios of Deutschland Plus.
5.00 Deutsch Plus II Intermediate German.