Ben wants to go to the beach.
Makka Pakka's trumpet makes an odd noise.
The friends reflect on their favourite moments.
Followed by Prank Patrol Pocketsize
The duo travel to Australia to retrieve secret plans.
Fred and Barney's holiday is interrupted.
The final judging begins. Last in series.
The latest stories from the business world.
One of the pups disappears after a battle. <R)
A big fish needs rescuing from a small pond.
Churchill's plan to force a way through Italy.
Dead to Rights. Jessica defends a pathological liar.
Gymnast Louis Smith and athlete Christian Malcolm compete.
Searching for collectables in Mary Berry's home.
Quiz teams compete for big-money prizes.
Quiz show hosted by Jeremy Vine.
4/8. Comrades in Arms. A look at the enduring ties that bind some of the servicemen together, including nonagenarians Frank Chambers and Joe Britton who first met in India in 1936. Producer John Douglas
Series producer Amanda Richardson
John Humphrys presents the general knowledge quiz, in which the specialist subjects tonight are the history of Chester Zoo, the Father Brown stories, Edward Carson and Tony Hancock.
Director Derek Hallworth ; Producer Jon Kelly
A Farm for the Future. As her farmer father nears retirement, Rebecca Hosking looks into methods of making the family farm less reliant on fossil fuel. Having discovered that food production in this country is virtually entirely dependent on cheap oil, Rebecca is shocked to discover how unstable the supply lines are. She then sets about exploring pioneering techniques, which suggest that nature holds the answer to a low-energy future.
Producer Tim Green ; Series editor Tim Martin - - Any episode, after it has first been broadcast, is available for the duration of the entire series at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
BBC MAGAZINES: Lonely Planet, price Â£3.50; Wildlife, price Â£3.25
Neil Oliver flies to Alderney in the Channel Islands. (Revised rpt)
8/8. Europe. On a tour of Europe's more esoteric religious practices, the Rev Peter Owen Jones unearths some enormous underground temples in Italy, visits a Buddhist republic and encounters Norwegian shamans. He also sheds light on the darker side of European religious history when he uncovers that his own church dealt in death, intolerance and persecution.
Director/Producer Kevin Jarvis
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Series eight. Fruit. As Bridie prepares to produce the first Nesbitt grandchild, Rab waits for his number to be called at the vasectomy clinic.
Writer Ian Pattison ; Director/Producer Colin Gilbert
With Gavin Esler. <s)
With Kirsty Wark.
Series producer Liz Gibbons Followed by Weather
12/16. An extended version of Tuesday's show, in which Mark Kermode presents his alternative to the Oscars. (Revised rpt)
7/16; series one. Jump Start. When a girl's body is found in a ravine, evidence points to an attorney, whose son she'd been dating.
1.05 8/16. Lucky. Allison has a vision of her step-brother dying. (Rxs)
Poison a la Carte
A gourmet dinner is marred by murder.