Justin Fletcher visits Fulham FC's stadium.
The duo start a new club.
A mission is jeopardised.
Magic tricks using liquid.
Fred worries about Wilma giving birth.
•*• Disney comedy starring Kurt Russell. UBC is a television network that always comes last in the ratings, until it discovers a pet chimp that has a keen eye for a hit programme. Review page 48. Director Robert Butler (1971, U)
Revisiting four deaf youngsters to find out what has changed for them over the last 12 months. With voiceover. <s> <su
A British couple start an off-road buggy safari company in Spain.
The Murder Channel. Jessica and her friends are amused by a drama on TV - until they realise they are watching a real-life killing.
Paul Martin and the team visit Wrexham. <R)
General knowledge quiz hosted by Kirsty Wark. Simulcast in HD on BBC HD
The best mystery houses of the past series. <s>
Tom Kitchin 's main course is roasted Bramley Old Spot pork with crackling and rumbledethumps, while Alan Murchison plumps for Gloucester Old Spot pork with steamed suet pudding. <s>
Alistair Appleton visits the Cotswolds to help a couple who are searching for a property that can be safely left for the six months of every year.
Series producer Mike Matthews
2/8. The search for Britain's best young speaker hits Manchester and Cardiff tonight, where Jo Brand, John Amaechi and Jeremy Stockwell look for the right combination of passion, personality and eloquence. The contestants select their own topics, ranging from gang warfare and geeks to civil rights and cereals, with the five best public speakers joining yesterday's winners in the next round. See yesterday's choice, Plain speaking: page 17
3/4. The veteran voyager goes in search of a prolific Hollywood plastic surgeon and favourite patient - his wife. When Alan first met the pair they made a huge impact on the viewing public, but 30 years on will they still even be together? Elsewhere there's a return to the closed community of the ultra-rich ladies of Palm Beach, plus a look back at the journalist's critically acclaimed interview with Haitian dictator Papa Doc.
Executive producers Peter Davey and David Green
3/12. Adrian Chiles catches up with the show's freshly rejected candidate. This week he is also joined by millionaire Michelle Mone, DJ Trevor Nelson and journalist Carole Malone.
Series editor Sally Dixon Rptd tomorrow at 12.15am Blog and photos: www.radiotimes.com/the-apprentice
With Jeremy Paxman. <s>
Followed by Weather <s>
8/13; series one. Lessons. McNulty uses his kids' detective skills to obtain Stringer's licence plate number, while Omar viciously unleashes his vengeance. Episode nine is tomorrow at 11.20pm. Cast on Tuesday First shown on FX
How Trevor Immelman held off all comers. Coverage from this year's tournament is tomorrow at 9pm. <s>
9/13; series two. Six-Month Leave. Fred embarrasses himself in the office and Pete sees an opportunity to exploit it. See choice page 86.
Shown yesterday at 10pm on BBC4 Repeated on Friday at
11.30pm on BBC4 and next Saturday on BBC2
Herman Duck Phillips:
Schools Repeats not indicated.
4.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision: Chemistry