Finley wants to be in a race.
Ned finds a shiny balloon.
Tombliboo Eee struggles to find something to do.
Chronicling the life cycle of the giant octopus.
With Andrew Neil in New York and Laura Kuenssberg in Washington DC.
How a hearing aid examination led to a pensioner's death. With voiceover.
Presented by Declan Curry and Naga Munchetty.
Looking after lions is a dangerous business. (Revised Rpt)
Richard Corrigan cooks a whole gurnard. First shown on UKTV Food
The Szechuan Dragon. A body is found in Jessica's living room while she is away.
Quiz show enthusiasts compete to join the show.
A couple search for a home in Bedfordshire.
Claudia Winkleman assesses how the contestants are shaping up for Saturday.
1/8. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May buy second-hand lorries and set about discovering how easy it is to become an HGV driver. The Porsche 911 and Lamborghini Gallardo are also tested, and Michael Parkinson is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. See Sunday's choice. Shown on Sunday at 8pm BBC3 is showing The Best of Top Gear tomorrow at 7pm
Simon King attempts to dive live with menacing conger eels in a first for the series, while Gordon Buchanan prepares to leave the seals he's become so close to over the last two weeks. Plus advice on what viewers can do over the winter to encourage wildlife in their neighbourhoods.
Find out more at www.bbc.co.uk/autumnwatch
6/25; series three. Dying of the Light. Claire and her mother Sandra try to save Meredith, while Peter's life is changed by a meeting with the founder of Pinehearst Industries. BBC3 and BBC HD are showing episode seven at 10pm.
Shown last Wednesday on BBC3 and BBC HD
Repeated next Sunday on BBC2 New Heroes cast gallery: www.radiotimesxom/heroes-cast
Cast members explain how an atmosphere of fear and tension is created in the series and producers and writers also disclose how some of the more sinister scenes borrow from the great traditions of teenage horror movies.
Series three. Andy Parsons, Mark Steel and Adam Hills join host Dara O'Briain and regulars Hugh Dennis and Frankie Boyle on the topical show. Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Mark Leveson
Postponed from 29 October
Jeremy Paxman reports from the United States on the results of the presidential election. Followed by Weather
2/2. After visiting a comprehensive and a public school, ex-deputy PM John Prescott theorises that the class system will always exist as long as there are private schools. Following a night on the town with glamour model Jodie Marsh, he meets Surinder Arora, whose rags-to-riches story suggests that all things are possible if you work hard enough.
Shown on Monday at 9pm
Schools Repeats not indicated.
4.00 The Maths Channel