A girl gains control of her family holiday.
7/12. Entertainment show with a reality-TV twist. Including Lockie Leonard.
Then Prank Patrol Pocketsize
Sound With Merlin stars Angel Coulby and Katie McGrath.
Homesickness starts to set in.
Black and White and Read
All Over. The Greeks hunt a traitor. First shown on BBC3
Exploring the awesome power of gamma-ray bursts, plus a Phoenix Lander update.
Shown last Sunday on BBC1
The former steeplejack tours the nation on his 1912 steam traction engine.
Western starring John Wayne, Henry Fonda and Shirley Temple. At an Arizona outpost. a cavalry man encounters friction with his men and the native Indians. Review page 45. Director John Ford (1948, U)
Scotland v New Zealand
Coverage from Murrayfield, where Scotland begin their three-match autumn Test series against Tri-Nations champions the All Blacks (kick-off 5.15).
Highlights of England v Pacific islands at 7.05pm, BBC3, and tomorrow at 12.30pm on BBC2.
Live coverage of Ireland v Canada, 5.00-7.05pm, followed by highlights
The Channel Islands to Dover. Featuring the tragic story of the first Channel swimmer, plus Jersey's remarkable post-war transformation.
Series producer Steve Evanson
After years of negotiation, director Lionel Mill finally gained unique access to Prince Saud Bin Abdul Mohsen, one of the rulers of the powerful and media-shy Saudi royal family. The result is a fascinating insight into the conflicts between tradition and modernity in one of the world's most conservative countries.
Director/Producer Lionel Mill
4/9. An extended version of yesterday's BBC1 show, with Ian Hislop and Paul Merton.
A tribute to the talented writer and producer Geoffrey Perkins , who died last August at the age of 55. Among his comedy credits celebrated in this programme are Spitting Image, Father Ted and The Royle Family. Interviewees include Catherine Tate, Harry Enfield and Ben Elton.
Director Kevin McMunigal ; Executive producers Toby Stevens.
Alan Tyler and Sophie Clarke-Jervoise
Foul-mouthed Nan visits a friend in hospital, while motormouthed Lauren takes a job at a burger bar. Guest-starring Leslie Phillips. Showing as part of the Geoffrey Perkins tribute.
Director Gordon Anderson ; Producer Geoffrey Perkins
Bishop Leonard Brennan arrives with news that a blasphemous film, condemned by the Pope and banned everywhere, is being shown on Craggy Island.
Quickfire sketches and catchphrases galore with Paul Whitehouse, Charlie Higson and the gang.
Directors Mark Mylod and Sid Robertson
Simon Amstell hosts the Comedy music quiz. Shown last Thursday
6/6. A new bohemian teacher arrives at the school, transfixing Simon and Kylie with her passion for exotic cigarettes.
Shown last Thursday Signed repeat tomorrow at 4.15am on BBC1
Irreverent comedy based on the cult BBC TV series, starring Phil Cornwell, John Sessions and Ronni Ancona. Disillusioned by the glamour of Hollywood, Jack Nicholson decamps to leafy Surbiton to enjoy a quiet life alongside fellow suburbanite Michael Caine. Review page 45. Director Peter Richardson (2004,15)
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Silent Witness 11/12. The team travels to Zambia to investigate a young doctor's death.
3.2012/12. Nikki clashes with the Zambian police force during her investigations.