Two girls organise a family's holiday.
With Britain's Got Talent winner George Sampson.
Spoof comedy sketches.
Then Prank Patrol Pocketsize
The youngster finds a dirt monster.
Teen entertainment. www.bbc.co.uk/switch
Malcolm In the Middle 6/22; series six. Hal's Christmas Gift
Hal misleads the family.
12.20 7/22. Hal Sleepwalks. Reese makes a useful discovery.
The trainees prepare for a 10-mile race and swim.
Featuring a report on teenage runaways.
Classic period drama starring Roger Livesey. Clive Candy VC is the quintessential English gentleman, but his principles seem out of place as Britain takes on the Nazis. Film of the Day: page 39.
Directors Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger (1943, U)
Western starring John Wayne. Following a bullion robbery by Confederate soldiers, Colonel Cord McNally swears revenge. Review p39.
Director Howard Hawks (1970, PG)
Colonel Cord McNally:
Captain Pierre Cordona:
The Hustler. Fletcher believes people will bet on anything, but when the stakes are high the concept of honour among thieves is sorely tried. Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
At the beginning of the railway age, locomotives were seen as frightening and unnatural. In this Time Shift documentary, novelist Andrew Martin traces how trains gradually began to be accepted, until by the time of The Railway Children they were a symbol of innocence and Englishness. He shows how trains made for unforgettable cinema in The 39 Steps and Brief Encounter and how, when they fell out of favour in the 1950s, their plight was highlighted in the films of Sir John Betjeman. Director/Producer Sebastian Barfield
First shown on BBC4
Last Days of Steam can be seen on Monday at 7pm
2/2. Boris Johnson continues his investigation into the "clash of civilisations" with a look at the different ways in which the Crusades are viewed by the Christian and the Muslim worlds, and discovers that the real history is more subtle than the fictions that have grown up around it. Directors Grace Chapman, Francis Hanly and David Jeffcock
Producer David Jeffcock Rptd on Wed 11.20pm
Any episode, after it has been first broadcast, is available for the duration of the entire series at www.bbc.co.uk/ipiayer
7/9. An extended version of yesterday's BBC1 edition, with guest host David Mitchell.
10/13. Dermot O'Leary skippers against regular captain Phill Jupitus. Hosted by Simon Amstell.
Shown last Thursday
A celebration of three decades of chart-topping family acts from The Jackson 5, The Osmonds and the fictional Partridge Family through to The Nolans, Musical Youth and Five Star. The families talk about their triumphs and tragedies, pushy parents, sibling rivalries, the irreversible growing pains and the inevitable fallout of pop family life. Director/Producer Matt O'Casey
Sumptuous film adaptation of Shakespeare's play, starring Al Pacino and Jeremy Irons. In 16th-century Venice, merchant Antonio borrows money from wealthy Jew Shylock so his young friend Bassanio can pay off his debts. When Antonio is unable to pay off the loan in the specified time, Shylock demands his bond - a pound of Antonio's flesh. Review page 39.
Director Michael Radford (2004, PG)
* Comedy drama from the director of Wings of Desire and Paris, Texas, starring Jeremy Davies, Milla Jovovich and Mel Gibson. Review page 39.
Director Wim Wenders (1999,15)