Barney tries to get Nev fit.
Highlights from Basil's Swap Shop.
Penfold accidentally steps into a time machine.
Fantasy sequel starring Fairuza Balk. Returning to the land of Oz, Dorothy finds it in ruins and her old friends have been turned to stone.
Review page 41.
Director Walter Murch (1985, PG)
Magazine for the deaf and hard of hearing. With voiceover.
Presented by Declan Curry and Naga Munchetty.
A couple from northern England search for a country retreat closer to friends and family in Buckinghamshire.
Nan's Ghost 2/2. Jessica breaks out of the dungeon.
Chefs Nick Nairn and Aldo Zilli compete to satisfy guests at a Caribbean restaurant.
With Anne Diamond.
The eight regional finalists seek to impress with their main courses as they vie for the chance to prepare a banquet for homecoming soldiers.
3/4. Sarah manages a busy delicatessen in Glasgow's trendy West End but is about to consider taking on an even bigger challenge - the running of her family's 400-acre dairy farm in Kent. Sarah has just a week to learn the rural arts of milking, feeding and animal husbandry, before going it alone. Will she be prepared to leave her friends and the buzz of the city to make the 400-mile journey south for a life on the range? Director/Producer Dominick French Shown last Thursday
More daily animal updates and other stories from around the country. Martin Hughes-Games encourages viewers to do some wildlife watching while on their summer holidays, Chris Packham and Kate Humble examine the plight of the cuckoo and ask for help in the search for these icons of spring, while Simon King continues his mission in the wilds Of Wales. bbc.co.uk/springwatch
Press red directly after the show for 15 minutes of extra features. including a Q&A session, webcam footage and behind-the-scene clips
Spring into action: page 14
Milton is often considered too difficult and obscure for today's reader, but to lannucci
Paradise Lost is a thrilling work of creative genius that we ignore at our peril. Tonight's film in the BBC Poetry Season sees the writer and performer journey through both Milton's life and his epic poem, taking in everything from good and evil to human freedom and the existence of God, and offering his own passionate and illuminating response to the work. Along the way he talks to schoolchildren, politicians and former prisoners to build up a picture of what Milton was like, and why his art took the form it did. Director/Producer Zoe Silver bbc.co.uk/poetryseason More from the Poetry Season tomorrow with Michael Wood on Beowulf 9pm, BBC4. and My Life in Verse: Sheila Hancock on Friday 9pm, BBC2 The Inside Story: page 88
10/12. Adrian Chiles meets the candidate whom Sir Alan shipped for not impressing on the shopping channel task. The panel this week comprises an expert in the field - shopping channel owner Hasfa Abubacker - along with comedian Rufus Hound and Sir Alan's right-hand woman, Margaret Mountford.
Series editor Sally Dixon Repeated tomorrow at 11.25pm THE BEST ACCENT ON TV: radiotimes.com/accent
With Kirsty Wark.
Followed by Weather
By No2EU - Yes to Democracy.
12/12; series two. Nick turns himself in to the police and Agent Fitzhugh suspects a leak within the FBI.
Cast on Tue Rptd on Friday at 320am First shown on FX PROGRAMME GUIDE: radiotimes.com/the-wire
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Repeats not indicated.
4.00 Short Circuit - Physics: Physical processes.