The heroes narrowly escape capture by the MRD Logan.
Dani needs money to fix a vase.
10.30 The young actress feels excluded by her friends.
Tracy tries to improve her budgeting skills.
Kyle XY 3/10. Kyle is questioned by the police about a murder.
Starring Matt Dallas.
7/8. The three remaining contestants compete in the semi-final.
Annie Mac and Nick Grimshaw chat to former X Factor contestant Eoghan Ouigg.
Current affairs show presented by Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter.
A look at writer/director Richard Curtis's latest comedy The Boat That Rocked.
Shown last Tuesday on BBC1
14/15. Shawn investigates when a man claims to have been abducted by aliens.
3.15 15/15. Henry is forced to seek help from the agency.
First shown on Hallmark
Presenter Paul Martin and the team set up shop in historic
Rochester in Kent.
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.
4/5. It's the Highland Games season and Monty wants to take part at a gathering in nearby Applecross. To make a good impression, he visits the Lochcarron Games to get some tips. Producers Matt Brandon and Martin Pailthorpe
Executive producer Dick Colthurst
1/5. From Pole to Pole. The influence of the Sun and how its seasonal journey affects all creatures. Narrated by David Attenborough. Producer Mark Linfield ; Series producer Alastair Fothergill
Round and Round Went the Great Big Wheel
The platoon is selected to test a secret weapon.
Writers Jimmy Perry and David Croft
7/7. A small group of British men have some unfinished family business in Antarctica. A century ago their ancestors, under the leadership of the explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton, tried and failed to become the first men to reach the South
Pole. Following in their footsteps, the team embarks on a 900-mile trek across an area so rarely visited that more men have walked on the Moon.
Producer Sean Smith ; Exec producer James Hayes
After the programme, digital viewers can see exclusive footage of the team's preparation for the expedition, plus interviews
2/4. In California, the globetrotting journalist recalls his 1967 film that introduced hippies to a bemused British public, revisits the church where he witnessed a gay marriage some 35 years before they became legally recognised, and drops in on the San Francisco police, with whom he went on patrol in 1979. Plus footage of the last ever interview with actor Peter Sellers.
Shown last Wednesday
Bleak drama based on the bestselling novel by E Annie Proulx and starring Kevin Spacey and Julianne Moore. After the sudden death of his trailer-trash wife, unassuming Ouoyle moves to his ancestral home in a fishing village in Newfoundland, where he establishes a special connection with a single mother and widow. Review page 45.
Director Lasse Hallström (2001, 15)
Black comedy drama starring Peter O'Toole as an ageing and ailing game-show host whose attempts to end his career as the undisputed king of popular television are threatened by his bitter rivalry with an arrogant young competitor. Review page 45.
Director Patrick Harkins (2002, 15)
8/13; series two. A Night to Remember
Betty hosts a themed dinner party.
Shown last Wednesday For cast see page 98
Colourful western-style action melodrama from Thailand. In Thai with subtitles. Review page 45. Director Wisit Sasanatieng (2000, 18)