The teams take part in the Rock Hard Raise challenge.
Highlights of yesterday's Premier League clashes.
Shown yesterday at 10.40pm on BBC1
Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton are joined by celebrity guests, and enjoy a Sunday lunch prepared by chef Simon Rimmer. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: Â£3.10
The judges decide whether Kenny Atkinson or Ian Matfin should go forward to the final. Shown last Friday
Two lion cubs play and both injure a leg. (rhs)
A couple from Sutton in south London want to buy a property in Snowdonia.
The former steeplejack explores traditional craftsmanship in Yorkshire and Derbyshire.
This afternoon's first-round matches at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, featuring Mark Selby v Ricky Walden and Allister Carter v Gerard Greene.
Presented by Ray Stubbs, with analysis by Steve Davis and John Parrott. Digital viewers can watch live coverage with a choice of two tables, 10am-11pm
(only one table on Freeview 10-11am)
6/6; series two.
Michaela Strachan and Steve Leonard reflect on the important work of staff members at the centre and the orangutans' stories.
Paul Martin and the team visit Llandudno where they make two intriguing discoveries: a Swiss-trained chocolatier and a collector of blues guitars.
Series producer Peter Smith ; Executive producer Tom Ware
In arguably the tie of the first round, it will be farewell to a former champion, as seven-times winner Stephen Hendry takes on two-times champion Mark Williams for a place in the last 16 of the world championship. They met in the final ten years ago, when Hendry won the last of his seven titles. Commentators are Clive Everton, Neal Foulds, Terry Griffiths, Dennis Taylor, Willie Thorne and John Virgo. Digital viewers can access live coverage with a choice of two tables, from 10am to 11pm (only one table available on Freeview 10-11am)
Jeremy, Richard and James take a road trip from San Francisco to the heart of Utah in three new-generation muscle cars, and after the excitement of their last American road trip, are hoping this time to avoid being pelted with rocks by angry locals.
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The broadcaster reports from Coalinga State Hospital in California, home to more than sex offenders, most of whom have already served lengthy prison sentences. Deemed too dangerous to release, the patients are given a clear choice: remain incarcerated for the rest of their lives or submit to a programme of rehabilitation and therapy run by the hospital's psychologists. But, wonders Theroux, can a paedophile ever be said to be "cured"?
Series producer Emma Cooper : Exec producer Nick Mirsky His dark material: page 23
Highlights of today's two Premier League fixtures, which saw Manchester City and Spurs host West Brom and Newcastle respectively. Plus the goals from yesterday's matches. Presented by Adrian Chiles.
Producer Ian Finch ; Editor Mark Demuth
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The talk-show host presents a mix of comedy monologues, celebrity chat and eccentric characters. Extended repeat from last Thursday
21/25; series three. Into Asylum. Nathan and Claire go into hiding in Mexico after the former's special ability is revealed. Danko, meanwhile, sets in motion his plan to destroy everyone with superpowers. Shown last Monday Regular cast on page 70 PROGRAMME GUIDE: www.radiotimes.com/heroes
Highlight of this evening's first-round matches from the Crucible.
Extended highlights from the second day of the world championship.
Highlights of the weekend's matches, including Huddersfield Giants V Leeds Rhinos. Shown at 6pm on BBC2 North