"Best Nose" awards.
Followed by Bernard
The gang runs into the ghost of an Alcatraz prisoner.
The adventurers' speed and stamina is tested.
Actor and singer Jason Donovan joins Tim Lovejoy, Amanda Hamilton and chef
Simon Rimmer for discussion, live recipes and the best of the week's TV. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: Simon Rimmer prepares a Christmas vegetarian centrepiece in the Dec issue. On sale now, E
Delicious granola and perfect scrambled eggs.
Winkie the one-wheeled tortoise needs roadside assistance. And Elvis the camel has got a new baby sister. (Revised rpt)
Dan Walker presents highlights of England's final autumn Test at Twickenham, where Martin Johnson's men entertained Tri-Nations champions New Zealand. Shown yesterday, 7pm, BBC3
Highlights of the autumn internationals via the red button
Semi-final action plus live coverage of the International Open final held in Burgess Hill, West Sussex. Last year Paul Foster beat Jason Greenslade to win the title and valuable ranking points. Whose name will be on the coveted trophy this year? Commentary is from David Corkill, with Andy Thomson, John Price and Greg Harlow.
5/5. Paul Rose recounts the pioneering methods used to rescue the 33-man crew of the USS Squalus submarine in 1939. First shown on BBC4
5/6. Land of the Panda. The Chinese have a complex relationship with their environment and its creatures, but what will ecological changes mean for this ancient bond? Bernard Hill narrates. Director/Producer Gavin Maxwell
4/6. Ethiopia/Kenya. In Addis Ababa the mood reaches an all-time low. Then, in Kenya, the team find themselves stuck in bandit country, where they set up camp. The soft sand makes it impossible for the tents to stay upright, but when the terrain finally changes it causes even more problems. Directors/Producers David Alexanian and Russ Malkin
Repeated on Wednesday at 12.20am
5/8. It's the 40th birthday of the iconic Ferrari Daytona, but can it beat a powerboat in a race from Portofino to St Tropez? Jeremy Clarkson pits the new BMW M3 saloon against the Japanese Lexus IS-F, Richard Hammond tries to find the best bus for city streets, and Grand Designs man Kevin McCloud is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
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1/2. Louis fetches up in the most dangerous part of one of the most violent cities in America after joining the Philadelphia Police Department. He feels a palpable sense of adrenalin mixed with frustration as police and the drug dealing "corner boys" take each other on night after night. He also senses a society trying to contain a lawlessness born out of poverty and disaffection. There's mistrust on all sides but the picture is more complex. Director Emma Cooper ; Executive producer Nick Mirsky
Repeated on Thursday at 11.20pm A tale of two cities: page 18
Including highlights of Chelsea v Arsenal and the Manchester derby. Presented by Adrian Chiles.
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In an extended edition of last Thursday's show, the host is joined by Reese Witherspoon, Paul O'Grady and The Ting Tings. (Revised rpt)
9/25; series three. It's Coming. Suresh begins to test his new superpower formula.
Regular cast on Wednesday Shown last Wednesday Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Series update at www.radiotimes.com/heroes
Multi-stranded crime thriller starring Eric Roberts and Gary Busey. A rogue smuggler tries to sneak a Russian woman and her daughter into the US. Review page 40.
Director Rodion Nahapetov (2004, 12)
Weekly round-up. Shown last Monday on BBC1