Learning about horse riding.
Baron Greenback's pet falls into one of his creations.
Fred and Barney join a dubious "fathers' club".
11.35 Fred and Barney need to cover their tracks. <R)
Presented by Andrew Neil and Anita Anand.
Publisher, author and poet Felix Dennis shares his business know-how.
Lucia learns that Daniel is part of a criminal ring.
Vets fight to save the life of a cheetah cub.
US chef Claire Clark joins Matt Tebbutt to serve up pizza and pumpkin cream with shortbread First shown on UKTV Food
How to Make a Killing without Really Trying. Jessica's stockbroker is killed.
The team attends an auction in Harlow, Essex.
Winners of other quiz shows compete for a place on the popular programme.
A Leeds couple want a country home in Herefordshire.
Quiz with Jeremy Vine.
Claudia Winkleman is joined by this week's saved couple as she gets the scoop on the what's been happening behind the scenes.
Crippled Babel encounters crocodiles and a hostile fellow elephant in her struggle to survive, and a newborn calf is followed through its first day of life. With Saba Douglas-Hamilton.
Producer Lucinda Axelsson ; Series producer Wendy Darke
BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: Saba Douglas-Hamilton features in the November issue. On Sale 30 October, price Â£3.45
2/8. Geoff Burch's mission to save Britain's small retailers takes him to Macclesfield in Cheshire this week, where one shop owner's obsession with pink sparkly shoes is proving a significant stumbling block to making any money.
Series producer Ceri Rowlands ; Series editor Victoria Hill
On Brownsea Island, Bill Oddie and Kate Humble set a fiendish challenge for the red squirrels, in a bid to discover whether they are as intelligent as their grey cousins. The team reveals some unique qualities of the New Forest, and Simon King witnesses the climax of the fallow deer rut. Find out more at www.bbc.co.uk/autumnwatch
4/5. By Royal Appointment - the Country Look
Obsessed by the weather as we are, it is perhaps no surprise that the nearest the British come to a national costume consists of items designed to repel the wind and rain. With caps duly doffed to Burberry and Barbour, tonight's show explores the enduring appeal of the "country look", doggedly espoused by the Queen, and now being elaborated upon by designers including Doice & Gabbana, Christopher Bailey and Luella Bartley. Director Lucie Donahue : Series producer William Naylor
Savile Row is at 11.20 pm Any episode, after it has first been broadcast, is available for the duration of the entire series at [web address removed]
DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK British Style Genius
9.00pm BBC2 British Style Genius has failed to find much of an audience, though this could be due to BBC2 viewers losing the will
to live after the dismal Twiggy's Frock Exchange that preceded it.
But in its own way Style Genius is a bit of a gem, with some surprising guest stars. In tonight's episode, focused on dressing for the British countryside, a relaxed Eric Clapton proclaims his love of tweed jackets while sitting amid the racks of his favourite gentlemen's outfitters.
We watch the designers at Barbour, Aquascutum and Burberry at work, and learn of the origins of the latter's classic "trench" coat, beloved of First World War officers (a connection I'd never made before) and Hollywood stars (Humphrey Bogart.Cary Grant).
But the Queen is the true star, as all and sundry proclaim her enduring status as the headscarfed icon of the country look. AG
7/9. Grace Jones guests on the live music show following the release of Hurricane, her first album for 18 years. Also tonight: Brazilian star Seu Jorge and Kentucky's My Morning Jacket. who perform tunes from their Evil Urges album. An extended version is on Friday at 11.35pm.
Director Janet Fraser Crook ; Series producer Alison Howe
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Photo gallery: www.radiotimes.com/later
With Gavin Esler.
Followed by Weather
3/3. New Blood. The tailors face possibly their greatest challenge - recruiting young apprentices to win over a new generation of rich clients unaccustomed to the bespoke service.
Director Ian Denyer First shown on BBC4
Languages & Travel Repeats not indicated.
4.00 Suenos World Spanish 9-16