Kids plan a family holiday to Devon.
3/12. With girl group the Saturdays. Including an edition of Lockie Leonard.
Then Prank Patrol Pocketsize
Tracy argues with Elaine.
Teen entertainment. ww.bbc.co.uk/switch
Sound A performance by the Jonas Brothers.
12.30 Scene Stealers 6/6. An emo boy and a rude girl transform into posh people for 48 hours.
1.00 Greek Friday Night Frights. Casey invites the girls of Zeta Beta Zeta sorority round for a sleepover.
First shown on BBC3
1.45 Revealed Addressing teenage issues in the UK. With Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter.
Patrick Moore hosts an autumn equinox party in his garden. Shown last Sunday on BBC1
Historical drama starring Richard Burton and Peter O'Toole. England in the 12th century: King Henry II appoints his best friend Thomas Becket to be his new Archbishop of Canterbury. However. Becket undergoes a spiritual transformation when he takes up his new office, and this soon brings him into conflict with the monarch. Review p47. Director Peter Glenville (1964. PG)
4/4. Simon King and Dave Myers enter the world of celebration cakes.
Nine Blue Peter presenters past and present take part in the quiz show hosted by Anne Robinson. Blue Peter at 50 is at 8.40pm. <s)
Uninvited Guests. The ARP wardens are forced to share the church hall with the Home Guard.
Writers David Croft. Jimmy Perry ; Producer David Croft
3/6. Peking, June 1900: the "Society of Right and Harmonious Fists", known by Europeans as the Boxers, have entrapped more than 3,000 foreigners and Chinese Christians in the diplomatic quarter, in a bid to free China from the influence of the "Western devils". After 55 days, a Western relief army brings the siege to an end. Told through Chinese sources and the diaries and memoirs of the European defenders, the siege helped to bring down the imperial monarchy, precipitating a century of destruction, revolution and ultimate renewal.
Producer Tilman Remme www.open2.net
Any episode, after it has first been broadcast. is available for the duration of the entire series at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
The highs and lows of life for the felines on Kenya's Masai Mara. Concludes tomorrow, 6.15pm on BBC1. Director David Weir
Series producers Colin Jackson and Nigel Pope Live streaming at www.bbc.co.uk/bigcat
Get out the sticky-backed plastic and Advent crown components for an entertaining romp through the world's longest-running children's TV programme. Featuring presenting teams of old reunited to spill the beans, celebrities singing the show's praises, and daredevil director Alex Leger talking about the action films and near-death experiences he shot. Plus there are archive clips, anecdotes, mishaps, badges, appeals, pets, out-takes and reminders of the interaction the show has always had with its audience.
Narrated by Tom Baker.
Blue Peter's Live 50th Birthday is on Thursday at 5.15pm on BBC1
On Thursday 16 October from 7am digital viewers can take part in a quiz on 50 years of Blue Peter (not Freeview after 1.15pm)
Gold Peter page 20; book offer page 25
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Blue Peter at 50 8.40pm BBC2
On 16 October 1958, a 15-minute programme featuring train sets and dolls aired for the first time on the BBC. Fifty years on, Blue Peter is the world's longest-running children's TV series and has probably been watched avidly by almost every one in the country when they were younger.
This is an affectionate and nostalgic patchwork of recollections (from presenters representing every decade of the show's history), mishaps, fearless exploits, appeals, pets and badges. It also includes out-takes and previously unseen footage (no matter how many shows you watched, there will be something here you missed). And, of course, Advent crowns, an out-of-control elephant, Tracy Island and sticky-backed plastic all make an appearance. JR
Gold Peter: page 20
2/13. QI's Stephen Fry is guest team captain. Shown last Thursday
2/6. How I Got My Nose. Simon recalls how he and a pal auditioned for a school production of Joseph. Shown last Thursday
Jo Brand is partnered by Michael Mcintyre.
Series producer Anthony Caveney
Gilbert O'Sullivan , Barry White , Leo Sayer , Demis Roussos and David Soul comment on their time in the romantic spotlight. Lesley Joseph narrates. Director/Producer Will Bryant
Highlights of the opening day's play in the Grand Prix tournament.
Award-winning documentary-style drama. After being suspended from school for a week, a ten-year-old traveller girl whiles away the time in Dublin's industrial wasteland. Review page 47.
Director Perry Ogden (2005, 15)