Followed by Doodle Do Making Moments
The cooks make a huge snack.
Then Prank Patrol Pocketsize
The World Children's Magician title-holder drops by to offer tips.
Ski Sunday's Graham Bell and Ed Leigh guest.
The final of the cooking contest. Shown last Thursday
Clive Owen and Naomi Watts discuss thriller The International. Shown last Tuesday on BBC1
A sea lion causes a mass evacuation.
A couple view properties in Northumberland.
Rousing adventure starring Sean Connery and Michael Caine. In 1880s India, two impoverished former British army soldiers make plans to travel to the remote wilderness of Kafiristan, where they intend to establish themselves as rulers. Review page 35. Director John Huston (1975, PG)
7/8 Ed Leigh and Graham Bell present highlights of the men's World Cup meeting in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia.
Digital viewers can press red for Ski Sunday Extra after the programme
See also High Altitude at 11pm
New series 1/6. The team rescues an orangutan and her baby from a palm oil plantation. The series continues on Wednesday at 8pm.
The Inside Story: page 86
6/6. The explorer witnesses the battle that's being fought between the Kayapo Indians and the cowboys who are cutting down vast areas of jungle. Director/Producer Rob Sullivan
The Mercedes CLK Black is put through its paces and an Audi RS6 takes on a group of French skiers. Exec producer Andy Wilman www.topgear.com BBC4's The Joy of Motoring strand continues Wednesday at 7.30pm BBC TOP GEAR MAGAZINE: available monthly, price Â£3.95
See feature/photo gallery: www.radiotimes.com/top-gear
3/4. Deep Space Observatory: Keck, Hawaii. From a mountain top in Hawaii, the Keck Observatory has seen further into the universe than any other telescope. The Top Gear presenter explores the technology behind its power.
Director/Producer Nick Metcalfe Rptd tomorrow at 7pm Photo gallery: [website removed]
New series 1/5. Monty Halls turns his back on modern comforts to become a beachcomber. He heads for the west coast of Scotland, setting up a smallholding based around a former cattle shed that overlooks crystal-clear waters.
Producer Martin Pailthorpe ; Exec producer Dick Colthurst Highland fling: page 18; Book offer (Beachcomber Cottage by Monty Halls): page 19; The Alison Graham column: p45
Highlights of today's four Premier League fixtures. Producer Ian Finch ; Editor Mark Demuth Midweek Premier League highlights on Wed at 10.45pm on BBC1 BBC MATCH OF THE DAY MAGAZINE: out weekly, price Â£1.80
6/8. In Chile, daredevil presenters Graham Bell and Ed Leigh attempt to climb a 125 ft wall of ice. High Altitude: Crevasse Abseiling is tomorrow at 7.50pm. Series producer Gabby Cook
From 10am tomorrow, digital viewers can press red to watch this edition again throughout the week (not Freeview)
8/8; series four. The Future. Moz and Jenny's flat is thrown into disarray when Paul's gang takes over.
Writer Graham Duff ; Producer Gill Isles ; Director Ben Fuller
First shown on BBC3
14/25; series three. A Clear and Present
Danger. The Heroes try to build new lives. Regular cast on page 68
Shown last Monday, and last Thursday on BBC3 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Madcap action comedy thriller starring Orlando Jones. A banker heads to Mexico to extricate himself from a dodgy deal, only to find himself immersed in deeper trouble. Review p36. Director George Gallo (2001,12)
Crime drama starring Victoria Shaw. During a murder investigation, two detectives fall in love with a suspect, and jealousy threatens to destroy their relationship. Review p36. Director Samuel Fuller (1959) (BW)
World Club Challenge preview. Shown on BBC1 North 1.30pm