Two youngsters take control of their family holiday.
9/12. With Same Difference. Including Lockie Leonard.
Then Prank Patrol Pocketsize
Teen entertainment. www bbc.co.uk/switch
Malcolm In the Middle 3/22: series six. Standee. Lois gets her job back at Lucky Aide.
5/8 The trainees prepare for their scariest challenge yet.
Live coverage of races from Haydock Park at 1.40 and 2.15; and at 1.55 from Ascot.
Racing from Aintree and Navan is tomorrow at 1.30pm.
An excerpt from Holyhead to Liverpool. (Revised rpt)
Shakespearean drama, directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh. Henry V, at 27, ruler of the most powerful country in the medieval world, embarks on a campaign to win France's throne. Review p58.
Wales v New Zealand Live coverage, as Wales tackle the All Blacks at the Millennium Stadium (kick-off is at 5.15). Highlights of England v South Africa are at 7.10pm on BBC3 and tomorrow at
3.10pm on BBC2.
Digital viewers can see highlights of the autumn internationals
From the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, Martha Kearney introduces a performance of choreographer Wayne McGregor 's Infra, his new work for the Royal Ballet, in collaboration with artist Julian Opie and composer Max Richter. Including behind-the-scenes glimpses of the creative process. Producer Dominic Best; Director Jonathan Haswell
5/6. True West. The erudite explorer is in the south west of the USA, where he meets scientists unravelling the mysteries of dark matter, before fulfilling his fantasy of becoming a cowboy.
Director John Paul Davidson First shown on BBC1
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Astrophysicist Arthur Eddington championed Albert Einstein's revolutionary theories at a time when the rest of the British scientific community refused to listen. In this drama mostly set in 1914, David Tennant and Andy Serkis star in the alluring story of the two men's intertwined lives. As well as exploring the scientists' personal trials, the programme examines the genesis of the general theory of relativity, which threatened to undermine two centuries of Newtonian physics, taking our understanding of the universe to another level.
Writer Peter Moffat ; Producer Mark Pybus
Director Philip Martin Behind the scenes: page 10; Photo gallery featuring David Tennant : www.radiotimes.com/david-tennant
Sir Oliver Lodge:
5/9. A special extended version of Friday's BBC1 edition, with guest host Jack Dee.
8/13. Stand-in team captain Davina McCall joins regulars Simon Amstell and Phill Jupitus, plus guests including Kelly Jones and Alesha Dixon.
Shown last Thursday
Fans and insiders pay tribute to the icons of 1970s glam rock, featuring David Bowie, Marc Bolan, Elton John and Suzi Quatro. Liza Tarbuck narrates. Director/Producer Shirley Hunt
Crime thriller based on a true story, starring Nicholas Lea and Lochlyn Munro. Police officers struggle to bring a Canadian serial killer to justice. Review page 58. Director Anne Wheeler (2002, 15)
Colourful road-movie drama in which a pair of disaffected, free-spirited lovers decide to travel from Paris to Algeria. With English subtitles. Review page 58.
Director Tony Gatlif (2004, 15)