The "Stretched to the Limits" challenge.
With guests Stereophonics and comedian Alan Carr. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: Simon Rimmer prepares a Christmas vegetarian centrepiece in the Dec issue. On sale now, Â£3.10
Feeding time for the vultures. (Revised repeat)
Biographical Second World War drama with Christopher Plummer. A British safe-cracker offers his services as a German spy while a prisoner in the Channel Islands - but his declared allegiance to the enemy cause may be a supreme infiltrator's bluff. Review p36. Director Terence Young (1966, PG)
Highlights from Liverpool, where amateur boxers squared up in the 38th European championships, the first time they had been held in England.
The second semi-final is likely to feature on-form Australia, who will be hoping to lift the trophy for the tenth time.
Hosted by Dave Woods.
World Cup highlights through the week, via the red button
Highlights of yesterday's Test encounter between England and Australia at Twickenham, their first meeting since the World Cup quarter-finals last year.
3/5. Paul Rose investigates Norwegian explorer Fridtjof Nansen's daring plan to be first to the North Pole.
First shown on BBC4
3/6. Tibet. The Tibetan plateau is one of the most inhospitable places. Yet it sustains snow leopards, chiru antelopes, wild yaks, foxes and brown bears. Director/Producer Gavin Maxwell
2/6. England/France/ltaly/Tunisia/Libya. When actors Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman ride into Italy, reality hits that the schedule is too tight. Then news arrives that the Americans on the team will not be able to get visas for Libya. Directors/Producers David Alexanian and Russ Malkin
Repeated on Wednesday at 12.20am
3/8. The challenge is to make an ordinary second-hand car lap the test track as fast as a brand new, purpose-built sports saloon. Plus James May teams up with two-time F1 world champion Mika Hakkinen to find out why the Finns are such good racing drivers, and Mark Wahlberg is the Hollywood Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
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4/5. Often seeming to be the most approachable of the Dragons, Peter Jones made his money in the telecoms industry, and is now one of the most high profile businessmen in the UK. But with five children what's life like at home? And how did he make - and lose - his first fortune? Plus there's a catch-up with some of Peter's investments. Producer Jonathan Megson ; Series producer Sam Lewens
Repeated on Wednesday at 11.20pm
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Including highlights of Hull City v Manchester City. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Mark Demuth MATCH OF THE DAY MAGAZINE: available weekly, price Â£1.80
Charlie Russell's intimate yet powerful film about how he and his brother Bertie pieced together their estranged father's life following his funeral at the beginning of 2007. What they discover makes Charlie see his parent in a whole new light and pushes Bertie towards a heartbreaking confrontation with their mother.
Director/Producer Charlie Russell
An extended edition of last Thursday's show. (Revised rpt)
7/25; series three. Eris Quod Sum
Nathan, Tracy, Matt and Peter struggle to survive against an onslaught of familiar faces.
Regular cast on Wednesday Shown last Wednesday Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Abrasive social drama starring Samuel Anokye and Brett Harris. Four London slackers have to survive a series of scrapes in order to have a decent weekend. Review page 36. Director Greg Hall (2004, 18)