The Tombliboos practise their music very loudly.
The rodent and Penfold travel to the Moon.
Fred goes to school.
11.35 Fred takes out life insurance.
With Richard Bowker, National Express chief executive. CONTACT: email [email address removed] or visit [website removed].
Angela Rippon takes contestants to Parma, Italy.
The Nazi occupation of the Netherlands.
A Death in Hong Kong. A trader dies at a banquet.
Jules Hudson helps four generations of one family find a property in Cornwall.
Casualty's Charles Dale and Tony Marshall compete.
A visit to the first Butlins holiday camp in Skegness.
General knowledge quiz show.
5/8. Soldiering On. "Windy" Gale has 60 years of memories to clear out as he prepares to move on. Could using the hospital in a Bollywood movie really be a good way to make money? Producer Richard Courtiour
Series producer Amanda Richardson
Tonight's four specialist subjects are John Wesley, Seinfeld, Kazimir Malevich and the Wars of the Roses. John Humphrys poses the questions.
Director Derek Hallworth ; Producer Jon Kelly
France v Wales
Memories of the last match in the 2008 Six Nations championship should be more than enough to fire up France for revenge on the Welsh when the two teams meet again at the Stade de France tonight (kick-off 8.00).
Not only did the 29-12 thumping that the French received last March earn Wales their second Six Nations grand slam in four years, but the winning margin also enabled England to leapfrog over France into second place. However, this year's Gallic campaign got off to a bad start at Croke Park when Ireland battled to a 30-21 victory, their first win over les Bleus in eight attempts. Meanwhile, it was business as usual for Warren Gatland's men as they began the defence of their crown by brushing aside Scotland 26-13 at Murrayfield, despite losing captain Ryan Jones owing to a calf strain.
Presented by John Inverdale with Colin Charvis ,
Raphael Ibanez and Austin Healey. Commentary from Nick Mullins and Jonathan Davies.
Producer Matthew Griffiths : Editor Alastair Mcintyre Digital viewers can press red for a choice of commentary, plus highlights from 10pm
Series eight. Bug. Rab seeks to calm his restlessness by becoming a hermit in the local park, where he meets three new mysterious friends.
Writer Ian Pattison ; Director/Producer Colin Gilbert
With Emily Maitlis.
With Kirsty Wark.
Series producer Liz Gibbons Followed by Weather
13/16. In an extended edition of Tuesday's show, Lauren Laverne travels to Dublin to interview U2 and visit the rock band's private rehearsal space in the run-up to the release of No Line on the Horizon, their first album for five years. Lauren focuses on their off-stage lives and whether the latest collection of songs marks a change of musical direction. (Revised rpt)
9/16; series one. A Couple of Choices
Allison dreams about a double death. Drama starring Patricia Arquette.
1.05 10/16. Coded. Ariel seems to have inherited Allison's gift. Starring Sofia Vassilieva.
Too Many Clients
A man's death poses a conundrum.