Followed by Doodle Do Making Moments
Then Prank Patrol Pocketsize
4/12. Science fun.
The Inside Story: page 58
Malcolm in the Middle 12/22; series six. Living Will. Craig learns to fight dirty. Followed by Proper Messy
3/6. A 16-year-old aspiring entrepreneur.
3/6. A teenager pines for a girl he met on holiday.
3/6. The duo must face the wrath of B-ice.
First shown on BBC3
Comedy starring James Stewart and Kim Novak. A New York book publisher falls under the spell of an alluring witch. Review p49.
Director Richard Quine (1958, U)
Stately western starring James Stewart and Richard Widmark.
A tough marshal is hired to rescue pioneers captured by Comanches. Review page 49. Director John Ford (1961, PG)
1/2. Another chance to see the series, in two extended instalments. The Franks realise it's time to go into hiding.
Writer Deborah Moggach
First shown on BBC1 Simulcast on BBC HD
All Is Safely Gathered In. The platoon helps Godfrey's lady friend to gather in the harvest on her farm. Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry
3/6. The farm needs emergency repairs, so the team asks the woodsman and blacksmith for help. Shown last Thursday
4/5. Language is Power How a feud between the Stewarts and the Macdonalds developed into a cultural and linguistic divide between Scotland's Highlands and Lowlands. The Macdonalds had backed Bruce and were rewarded with land, wealth and power. Meanwhile the young king of Scotland, James Stewart, had been captured by the English. On his return, he was in a rush to impress on a grand scale, setting the scene for a rivalry that would continue for generations. Director/Producer Bill Macleod
Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel on Monday at 8pm
First shown on BBC Scotland
FREE BOOKLET: from the Open University on Scottish history, with an audiowalk linked to tonight's programme.
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The City season continues with an exploration of the financial meltdown to which all others are compared - the Wall Street Crash of 1929. Over six desperate days, shares crashed by a third on the New York Stock Exchange, over $25 billion in personal wealth was lost and 3,000 banks failed, taking people's savings with them. Those who lived through the period describe how the Roaring Twenties ground to a halt as the bubble of fast profits and easy credit spectacularly burst. Director/Producer Joanna Bartholomew
Repeated on Wednesday at 11.20pm People's Century - 1929: Breadline is at 10.50pm on BBC4
The City season continues Tuesday with Million Dollar Traders at 9pm
3/12. Phill Jupitus, Jo Brand, Hugh Dennis, Alan Davies and Stephen Fry discuss all things French. Extended repeat from yesterday on BBC1
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Shakespeare comedy adaptation. A woman falls madly in love with a reckless poet, but their romance is cut short when she is banished from her home by her ruthless uncle. Review page 49.
Director Kenneth Branagh (2006, 12) Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Duke Frederick/Duke Senior:
Oliver de Boys:
Orlando de Boys:
Highlights of the men's singles semi-finals in the World Indoor championships at Potters Leisure Resort in Norfolk.
Documentary about the pupils of Whitwell Middle School, Tennessee, who in 1998 decided to collect one paper clip for each of the six million Jews murdered by the Nazis. In English and German with subtitles. Review page 49. Directors Elliot Berlin and Joe Fab (2004, U)