13/13. Two teams of siblings take part in a water-themed task.
Jackie finds the Wellards are not as bad as she thought.
Kyle XY 2/10. Kyle struggles to grasp the concept of sleep.
Starring Matt Dallas.
6/8. The contenders are challenged to manage a media profile.
Performances by Fightstar and Master Shortie.
Current affairs show presented by Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter.
* Adventure starring Elliott Gould. A high-living pilot is hired by an evangelist to fly a vintage B-29 bomber full of livestock to a South Pacific mission. Review page 43.
Director Charles Jarrott (1980, U)
12/15. Shawn investigates the death of a tennis star.
4.15 13/15. Shawn tries to boost Lassiter's confidence.
First shown on Hallmark
Cardiff Blues v Northampton Saints
Live coverage of the second semi-final in the EDF Energy Cup from the Ricoh Arena in Coventry (kick-off 5.15). The sides met twice in last season's European Cup, each earning a home victory. Hosted by John Inverdale, with commentary by Nick Mullins and Jonathan Davies.
Day four of the World Track championships from Poland. Despite being without the injured triple-gold medallist Chris Hoy, the Great Britain team is strongly tipped for more success. But can they match the eight gold medals won at last year's world championships in Manchester? Further coverage can be seen tomorrow at 3pm.
Producer John Graham ; Editor Michael Cole
6/7. For centuries archaeologists have been trying to work out how the ancient Egyptians raised huge stone blocks to the top of the Great Pyramid of Giza. This documentary presents a new theory by French architect Jean-Pierre Houdin, who believes an internal ramp was used and that it's still inside the structure waiting to be unearthed. If he is right, it could be the greatest discovery since Tutankhamun. Presented by Bob Brier.
Producer Peter Spry-Leverton ; Editor James Hayes
3/3. Socialism in the Family. Examining communist Romania where Nicolae and Elena Ceausescu ran a personal dictatorship for nearly a quarter of a century. Abortion and contraception were banned as the Ceausescus' rule reached far into the private lives of every Romanian. When communism collapsed, the self-styled "mother and father of the nation" met their end in front of a firing squad. Director/Producer Bill Treharne Jones 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
1/4. Veteran broadcaster and voyager Alan Whicker sets off on a world trip during which he reflects on his varied life and career, beginning in Venice, where he retraces his steps from soldier to journalist and thence to the fledgling world of television. Including footage of Alan's earliest surviving TV appearance, along with profiles of John Paul Getty and Baroness Fiona Thyssen, plus a memorable encounter with millionaire Yorkshireman Percy Shaw.
Shown last Wednesday
Poignant Oscar-winning biographical drama starring Russell Crowe. Maths genius John Forbes Nash Jr battles paranoid schizophrenia, suffering delusions that threaten to derail his academic career and his marriage, before eventually winning an economics Nobel Prize. Review p43.
Director Ron Howard (2001,12)
John Forbes Nash Jr:
Alicia Larde Nash:
7/13; series two. The Gold Violin. Don buys a new car befitting his status on Madison Avenue and Bertram causes a stir.
Shown last Wednesday For cast see page 96
1/2. Film director Martin Scorsese examines the history of Italian cinema. Part two is tomorrow at 1am.