Children plan a family holiday.
2/12. Actress Dani Harmer guests on the show. Includes an episode of Lockie Leonard.
Then Prank Patrol Pocketsize
Teen entertainment. [web address removed]
12.00 Sound: Girl group the Saturdays perform their single "Up".
12.30 Scene Stealers: 5/6: An indie boy and a scene kid transform into a pair of chavs.
1.00 Greek: Liquid Courage: Casey becomes downhearted. First shown on BBC3
1.45 Revealed: Addressing teenage issues in the UK.
Six races from Longchamp and Kempton. Today's feature race from Paris is the seven furlong Prix de la Foret at 2.20. There are additional starts at 2.55 and
3.30. Races from Sussex are at 2.10, 2.45 and 3.20. Analysis comes from Willie Carson and Rishi Persad , Angus Loughran has the betting news, and commentary is provided by Jim McGrath. Hosted by Clare Balding. More from Longchamp tomorrow at 1pm.
Elk fawns in Yellowstone National
Park struggle to survive.
Series three. A trip from Cardiff to St David's.
3/4. To Angel's great joy, Tess has agreed to marry him. Next episode tomorrow, 9pm, BBC1. Shown last Sunday on BBC1
Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel tomorrow at 6pm
Wilson moves to Eastgate to be bank manager there.
Second World War action adventure starring Edward Fox and Denholm Elliott. In 1945, a US pilot and a British commando plan a daring escape while the PoWs are being moved to Japan. Review p39. Director Andrew V McLaglen (1988,15)
2/6. The Asian tsunami of 2004 was a devastating natural disaster of epic proportions. Many believe a huge wave on this scale couldn't hit Europe - are they wrong? In 1607, an enormous flood engulfed Somerset and Monmouthshire claiming a huge number of lives. Professors Simon Haslett and Ted Bryant believe it was a British tsunami. Their work is controversial, with a governmental report concluding that the risk of a tsunami in Britain is small. Historian, scientist and radio presenter Vanessa Collingridge weighs up the evidence. Directors/Producers Monika Kupper and Emma Parkins
Michael Aspel is the host on the satirical quiz, with guest panellists Sara Cox and Reginald D Hunter.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Jo Bunting
1/13. The anarchic pop quiz hosted by Simon Amstell. Phill Jupitus and guest Mark Ronson are tonight's team captains, who are joined by singer Adele, actor Ralf Little and comedian Tim Minchin. Shown last Thursday
Jimmy Carr is joined by his namesake Alan for a comic two-hander as the pair take aim at everything from bullies and estate agents to phone sex lines. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Anthony Caveney
1/6. Sitcom based on the story of Simon Doonan, creative director of Barneys, New York. Simon recalls growing up in 1990s Reading. Samuel Barnett stars.
(Shown last Thursday)
Offbeat musical comedy romance starring James Gandolfini, Susan Sarandon and Kate Winslet. New York ironworker Nick thinks he can have his cake and eat it when he has an affair with temptress Tula. But when his wife Kitty finds out about his infidelity all hell breaks loose. Review page 39.
Director John Turturro (2004,15)
1/6. Comedy sketch show, shown on UKTV in 2001, featuring a host of strange characters.
1.25 2/6. Another edition of the show.
Comedy. Dublin buskers Jean and Kate find their friendship tested when Jean decides to marry her musician lover. Review p39. Director Trish McAdam (1996,15)
Romantic drama set in Argentina during the economic troubles of 2000, starring Valentina Bassi. In Spanish and Italian with English subtitles. Review page 39.
Director Sandra Gugliotta (2002)