Planning a family holiday to France.
6/12. With 2007 Strictly Come Dancing champion Alesha Dixon. Including Lockie Leonard.
Then Prank Patrol Pocketsize
Teen entertainment. www.bbc.co.uk/switch
Sound The Script perform.
The trainee lifeguards are divided into groups.
Depth Perception. Frannie and Casey go head to head.
First shown on BBC3
Topical issues facing youngsters.
Kumali the lion cub discovers his role in the pride.
Comedy. When their arch enemy is mistakenly brought into the real world, the superhero and his sidekick must come to the rescue. Review page 39. Director DesMcAnuff (1999, U)
Western starring Rod Steiger. An ex-Confederate soldier escapes to the West. After being subjected to a savage ritual endurance test, he joins the Sioux tribe. Review page 39. Director Samuel Fuller (1957, PG)
The story of a regiment's emotional journey from battle in Afghanistan to decoration at Buckingham Palace.
In the pilot episode, smart-mouthed Fletcher faces a five-year stretch in Slade Prison.
King's Lynn to Felixstowe. Neil Oliver uncovers the abandoned site of an experimental radar that was supposed to monitor the Soviet Union during the Cold War. Series producer Steve Evanson
3/6. Mississippi. Stephen takes an epic 2,000-mile journey up the famous river. In the delta he gets the blues with actor Morgan Freeman, and in Chicago he drives guitar legend Buddy Guy around his old Stomping grounds. Shown last Sunday, BBC1
6/6. Michael Palin tells the explosive, poignant story of the First World War's final day, which marks the start of the BBC's 90 Years of Remembrance season. Taking a solemn trudge around the former battlefields of northern Europe, he recounts events leading up to that last morning and reveals how soldiers tragically continued to die for hours after the ceasefire.
Showing in HD on the BBC HD Channel on Tuesday at 9pm [web address removed]
The 90 Years of Remembrance season continues on Monday with Inside Out at 8pm, BBC4, and My Family at War at 10.35pm, BBC1
Any episode, after it has first been broadcast, is available for the duration of the entire series at [web address removed]
BBC HISTORY MAGAZINE: Nov issue includes a First World War supplement, plus an interview with Michael Palin. Out 28 Oct, Â£3.60
Michael Palin remembers: page 18
3/9. in an extended repeat of yesterday's BBC1 show, guest host Tom Baker and comedian Chris Addison join regulars Ian and Paul.
Epic crime thriller starring Al Pacino as Detective Vincent Hanna, who is closing in on notorious thief Neil McCauley (Robert De Niro). Even though he realises the police are watching his every move, McCauley decides to go ahead with one final heist before leaving the US for a new life. Review p39.
Director Michael Mann (1995, 15) Heavyweight film partnerships: page 37
5/13. Guests include Martha Wainwright, Sway and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. Shown last Thursday
Bleak police drama based on a true story, starring Michael Boatman. A rookie cop is assigned to a tough Los Angeles station, where he discovers he is the only black policeman - and immediately becomes a target of abuse. Review page 40.
Director Charles Burnett (1995,15)
Oscar-winning satirical black comedy. Bosnia-Herzegovina,
1993: after a front-line skirmish, a Bosnian and a Serb become trapped in a bunker with a booby-trapped body. With English subtitles. Review p40. Director Danis Tanovic (2001, 15)