Followed by Doodle Do Making Moments
Singing London's Burning.
12/13. The strength of force and weight distribution.
The adventures of an irrepressible foster child.
Kyle XY 1/10. Teen drama starring Matt Dallas. A young man wakes up in a forest with no memory of who he is or where he's from.
5/8. The contenders learn the difficulties of dealing with the media.
Tinchy Stryder, Russell Tovey and Lady Sovereign feature on the music programme.
Current affairs show presented by Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter.
10/15. The case of a woman accused of killing her lover, who was a weatherman.
2.45 11/15. Shawn and Gus face scary childhood memories when they investigate a suicide. First shown on Hallmark
The team meets people in St Austell, Cornwall.
Forces of Change. How animals and plants have evolved to cope with the South American islands' geological and climatic forces.
3/5. The biologist goes in search of basking sharks with a friend who flies a paraglider, and dives with a colony of seals. Shown last Sunday
6/6. How the business of being a photographer has been changed by the art market's interest in what was once its poor relation. Plus a look at the impact of the digital post-production techniques that make anything possible.
First shown on BBC4 Signed at 2.35am on BBC1 [web address removed]
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Japan in Colour, the Wonderful World of Albert Kahn follows on BBC4
5/7. They rose from modest backgrounds to become two of Britain's greatest First World War fighter pilots. But as the number of Edward Mannock and James McCudden's victories grew, so did the chances of their going down in flames. This programme tells the story of their battle to survive against the odds - and of the 90-year-old mystery surrounding their deaths.
Producer John Hayes Fisher ; Exec producer James Hayes Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Following the show via the red button, David Rowland takes digital viewers on a tour of First World War fighter plane the SE5A
2/3. The Kingdom of Forgetting. Examining how Czechoslovakia's attempts to reform communism were brutally crushed in an invasion by the Soviet Union and members of its Warsaw Pact allies in 1968. What followed was the re-imposition of hardline communist rule known as "normalisation", where the reformers were removed, the reforms reversed and history rewritten.
Producer Peter Molloy ; Exec producer Lucy Hetherington RT DIRECT: to order the hardback book for just Â£14 (RRP Â£20) plus free p&p, call [number removed] (calls charged at standard rate) or visit www.bbcshop.com and enter code [number removed] at checkout
10/10. David Mitchell, Rich Hall, Jimmy Carr and Alan Davies will be gorging themselves further on host Stephen Fry's questions concerning food. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producers Piers Fletcher and John Lloyd
Extended repeat from yesterday on BBC1
Psychological thriller starring Colin Firth and Mena Suvari. A man wakes from a coma following a car crash to learn that his wife died in the accident. As he tries to piece his life together he is suspected of the murder of a famous pop diva. Review page 43.
Director Marc Evans (2004, 15) Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Horror spoof starring Gene Wilder and Peter Boyle. Though shamed by his ancestry, school teacher Frederick Frankenstein goes to Transylvania to receive a family legacy, and it's in that far-off land that he dreams of reanimating the dead. Review p43.
Director Mel Brooks (1974, 15) (BW)
6/13; series two. Maidenform. Duck's estranged wife and kids turn up at the office.
Shown last Wednesday For cast see page 96
Drama starring Mark Addy. An announcement of a past wedding has wide-reaching consequences for six couples.