New series. Children get to take control of a family holiday.
Then Prank Patrol Pocketsize
Teen entertainment. www.bbc.co.uk/switch
Sound With performances by Pussycat Dolls and the Streets.
3/6. A goth boy and an emo girl undergo glossy makeovers.
The Rusty Nail
Rusty seeks advice on securing a date to the Kappa Tau party.
First shown on BBC3
Could you live without your mobile? Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter report.
First World War drama starring George Peppard. Maverick German fighter pilot Bruno Stachel will stop at nothing to win his country's highest honour for gallantry in the air - the Blue Max medal. Review page 31. Director John Guillermin (1966, PG)
If the tennis on BBC1 overruns, coverage will continue on BBC2 at 4.30pm
Count von Klugermann:
Willi von Klugermann:
The three finalists cook for 30 of the best chefs in Europe, before the winner is crowned. Shown yesterday
Things That Go Bump in the Night. The platoon is forced to spend the night in a spooky, deserted house.
In the first of four programmes tonight with a medieval theme, Professor Robert Bartlett explores the worldview of the Middle Ages. He explains how, to our medieval ancestors, the God-created world appeared mysterious, even enchanted. But as the era drew to a close, it became a place to be mastered and exploited.
Producer Nat Sharman First shown on BBC4
Clarissa Dickson Wright tracks down Britain's oldest known cookbook, The Forme of Cury, a 700-year-old scroll collecting recipes created by Richard Il's master chefs. The presenter uses traditional cooking methods to prepare the dishes - but will they still tantalise taste buds today?
Director/Producer Celia Lowenstein First shown on BBC4
The story of 15th-century media entrepreneur Johann Gutenberg, who started a cultural revolution when he invented the printing press. Stephen Fry travels across Europe to find out about the man and his invention as well as building a replica of his world-changing machine. Director Patrick McGrady
Michael Wood pieces together the story of a 14th-century English peasant family living in a Hertfordshire village. The historian reveals how, in this time of war, famine, floods and the Black Death, the fortunes of this ordinary family reflect wider social changes and the birth of modernity. Producer Rebecca Dobbs ; Editor Gerry Branigan
First shown on BBC4
Omid Djalili guest-hosts the news guiz, with panellists Danny Baker and Julian Fellowes.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Jo Bunting
Gina Yashere and Adam Bloom join panellists Frankie Boyle, Hugh Dennis, Russell Howard and Andy Parsons on the topical comedy quiz. Shown last Thursday Dara O'Briain is one of Three Men in Another Boat, Monday 1.50pm
Writer Philip Hoare embarks on an epic journey to investigate humankind's ongoing fascination with the whale. He travels from Southampton to the whaling ports of America, before concluding his study in the Azores, exploring the significance of the mighty mammals to each community. He then brings these relationships into focus through Herman Melville 's classic novel Moby-Dick.
Director Adam Low ; Producer Martin Rosenbaum Philip Hoare features in an evening of whale-themed programmes tomorrow on BBC4 from 7.30pm The Inside Story: page 40
Coverage of the second day's play at Valhalla. Producer Kate McKeag ; Executive producer Paul Davies Repeated tomorrow at 3pm Cheap shot: page 24
Horror starring Ingrid Pitt, Nigel Green and Sandor Eles. An ageing noblewoman finds she can recapture her lost youth by bathing in the blood of virgins. Review page 31. Director Peter Sasdy (1970, 18)