The need to acquire dandruff.
Jason Griffiths and Joel Hogg present a new run of the adventure game show.
Tim Lovejoy, Amanda Hamilton and Simon Rimmer are joined by guests Radio 1 DJ
Scott Mills and actress Emilia Fox for discussion and recipes. BBC FOOD MAGAZINE: price Â£3.10
Judges Matthew Fort, Prue Leith and Oliver Peyton decide which of this week's Central region chefs - Glynn Purnell or Daniel Clifford - should go forward to the final.
Shown last Friday
Kate Humble and Ben Fogle present an update on Samba the gorilla's health.
A Twickenham couple seek a property in Dorset.
The former steeplejack drives his traction engine over the Scammonden Bridge near
Catalans Dragons v Bradford Bulls
Live coverage of this season's Challenge Cup begins with two mouth-watering all-Super League fourth-round ties.
The first is from Stade Gilbert Brutus in Perpignan (kick-off
2.30), the home of the runners-up. Phil Jones presents.
4.20 Leeds Rhinos v St Helens Then it's over to Headingley for arguably the tie of the round (kick-off 4.30). Presented by Clare Balding, with commentary from Ray French and Dave Woods. Digital viewers can access a forum, 6.30-7.00pm, via the red button
Jeremy, Richard and James undertake one of their most spectacular and challenging road trips ever: travelling the length of Vietnam in just eight days. Executive producer Andy Willman www.topgear.com
The momentous election of Barack Obama to the presidency of the United States was propelled as much by his exceptional oratorical skills as by any other factor. This excellent one-off documentary takes a fond look at the art and history of the political speech, as presenter Alan Yentob traces the awesome power of orators from Cicero onwards, and attempts to discover the essence of a memorable address.
Director Roger Parsons See also The Speaker on Tuesday at 8pm
DRAMA OF THE WEEK
Powerful award-winning drama, starring Liam Neeson and James Nesbitt, that explores aspects of Northern Ireland's troubled past. In 1975 the murder of Catholic teenager Jim by 17-year-old Alistair, a member of the Ulster Volunteer Force, is witnessed by Jim's younger brother Joe. Thirty-three years later Joe and Alistair come face to face.
Writer Guy Hibbert ; Producer Eoin O'Callaghan
Director Oliver Hirschbiegel Time for change: p12; Moment of the week: p55; James Nesbitt photo gallery: [web address removed]
Former UVF commander:
Adrian Chiles presents highlights of Manchester United v Aston Villa and Everton v Wigan Athletic. Producer Ian Finch ; Editor Andrew Clement
Ken Hames catches up with the physically disabled team members from the second and third series to find out what has happened to them since their adventures in southern Africa and Ecuador.
Director/Producer Sian Price
Extended repeat from last Thursday
19/25; series three. Shades of Gray
Claire faces a tough decision.
Shown last Monday Regular cast on page 78
Award-winning comedy drama from New Zealand, starring Robbie Magasiva.
Three friends join forces to save the establishment of their bar manager friend. Review page 46.
Director Hamish Rothwell (2000, 18)