The fruit of the lost Neehi tribe is the next item on the list.
A new CIA officer joins the team.
Followed by The Owl
The teams take on the High
Risk, High Wire challenge.
Actors Ray Winstone and Fay Ripley join Tim Lovejoy, Amanda Hamilton and chef
Simon Rimmer for lunch. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: Â£3.10
Chefs Nathan Outlaw and Shaun Rankin from the South West region discover who has made it into the national finals. Shown last Friday
Emergency! A dangerous animal is on the loose.
Live coverage of the Spanish Grand Prix as the 2009 season arrives in Europe. The circuit in Jerez is used extensively in the teams' pre-season testing and is often described as a real riders' track as it requires both smoothness and aggression. Commentary comes from Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish. Introduced by Suzi Perry.
Live coverage of the 125 and 250cc races, 9.50am-12.05pm; plus MotoGP
Extra 2-2.30pm, and rolling highlights from the main race from 3pm (Freeview 7.30pm)
The 2009 world championship final gets under way with the first eight frames being played this afternoon. Ray Stubbs and Rishi Persad introduce live coverage from the Crucible, Sheffield, and they are joined in the studio by Steve Davis and John Parrott.
A celebration of the contribution made by the Carry On films to bawdy humour.
Irreverent comedy starring Kenneth Williams , Jim Dale and Sidney James. Dr Nookey's unethical behaviour gets him posted to a remote South Sea island, where he senses an opportunity to make a fortune. Review page 40.
Director Gerald Thomas (1969, PG)
Dr James Nookey:
Or Ernest Stoppidge:
Featuring on-set interviews with the cast of Carry On Up the Jungle recorded in 1970. Sidney James, Charles Hawtrey, Joan Sims, Bernard Bresslaw, Kenneth Connor, Frankie Howerd and Terry Scott reveal home truths about life as a Carry On regular. Producer Robin Keam
Documentary exploring the ways cars have been presented on TV and the motoring shows that have tapped into the collective subconscious of Britain. The programme looks at the rebirth of Top Gear, along with shows such as Panic Mechanics and Stars in Fast Cars, which all reflect a recent shift away from the traditional car review show towards a more topical and spectacular viewing experience. Director Kevin McMungial ; Executive producer Alan Tyler
First shown on BBC4
Featuring the second of a potential four world championship sessions. Last year's final was the first since 1991 to be contested by two English players; Ronnie O'Sullivan opened up an 11-5 lead over Ali Carter during the first day, which he never looked like relinquishing.
The talk-show host presents a mix of comedy monologues, celebrity chat and eccentric characters. Extended repeat from last Thursday
23/25; series three. 1961. Mohinder learns of his father's involvement in a long-forgotten government operation. And Angela reveals some dark secrets.
Shown last Monday PROGRAMME GUIDE: www.radiotimes.com/heroes