The MRD bunker is blown up.
Followed by The Owl
Previously shown on CBBC channel
It is careers day in school.
Jones the Sage gives advice.
Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom
Includes episodes of The Legend of Dick & Dom, Eliot Kid and Pinky and Perky.
Kyle XY 9/KX Kyle discovers he has powerful hearing.
1/8. Youngsters strive for success. (Revised rpt)
With Friendly Fires and April Pearson.
Vestern. An American idventurer and a guerrilla leader seize a fortune in gold from a Federal train and are pursued by government troops. Review page 39.
Director George Sherman (1955, U)
Comedy western. Texas, 1870: rival gangs battle for control of the lucrative gambling outlets in the port of Galveston. Review page 39.
Director Robert Aldrich (1963, PG)
Gary Lineker presents further coverage of the European PGA Championship.
A visit to Cambridge, where experts James Lewis and Liz Talbot value the public's antiques.
Series producer Peter Smith ; Exec producer Tom Ware
We Know Our Onions. The platoon goes to a camp to take part in an efficiency test. First shown in 1973. Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry
As the gardens at Chelsea close their doors for another year, Alan Titchmarsh and the team look back at all things bright and beautiful that have sprung to their attention over the week. Director Victoria Simpson ; Producer Ellena Stojanovic
3/4. Joseph Haydn : the Celebrity. Charles Hazlewood profiles the Austrian-born composer and his strong links to Britain. A shrewd businessman, Haydn saw that London, with its burgeoning appetite for subscription concerts, was the ideal place for his career and personal fortune to develop. Hazlewood also explores Haydn's fascination with science and the structure of the universe, travelling to the Esterhazy Palace near Vienna, where he worked for more than three decades, and also to Scotland to investigate his association with some famous Scottish folk songs. Director Francesca Kemp ; Series producer Helen Mansfield Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel on Monday at 8pm Mr Haydn 's London Experience is on Tuesday at 1.30pm on BBC Radio 4 (), while Haydn's The Seven Last Words of Our Saviour on the Cross is showing on Friday at 7.30pm on BBC4
5/8. Guest host Alexander Armstrong and panellists Reginald D Hunter and Stuart Maconie join Paul Merton and Ian Hislop for the quiz show.
Extended repeat from yesterday on BBC1
Ominous psychological fantasy drama starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Drew Barrymore.
Troubled high-school student Donnie Darko sleepwalks one night and is told by a menacing giant rabbit called Frank that the end of the world is imminent. Returning home in the morning, he discovers that a jet engine has crashed through the roof of his house. Film of the Day: page 39.
Director Richard Kelly (2001, 15) Free LOVEFiLM trial: page
Dr Lilian Thurman:
Roberta Sparrow/Grandma Death:
Flashy martial arts action drama starring Jet Li, Christy Chung and Ngai Sing. A Hong Kong murder witness falls for the Chinese bodyguard hired to protect her from ruthless killers. Dubbed into English. Review page 39. Director Corey Yuen (1994,18)
Drama based on the novel by W Somerset Maugham, starring Leslie Howard and Bette Davis. A medical student's admiration for a teashop waitress becomes a dangerous obsession. Review page 39.
Director John Cromwell (1934, PG) (BW)
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