Followed by Doodle Do Making Moments
Followed by Sam and Mark's Guide to Dodging Disaster
Presenters (Sam and Mark's Guide to Dodging Disaster):
Igglepiggle and Upsy Daisy take a ride on the Ninky Nonk.
Wilma's mother sends a nurse to look after the cave.
Jewellery made from flotsam and jetsam.
Presented by Andrew Neil and Anita Anand.
The lions play with supersized cat toys.
A couple returns to school for lessons in marketing.
Disaster strikes on the set of a TV sitcom when the producer is killed in cold blood.
Jonty and Eric compete at a Car boot sale. (Revised rpt)
Melissa Porter helps an air traffic controller hunt for a home near Southampton.
Actors Rakie Ayola and Charles Dale take up the antiques challenge at the Ardingly antiques fair in West Sussex. Rakie's father-in-law Jack Smethurst, famous for playing the lead in 1970s comedy Love Thy Neighbour, joins her and Charles is helped by his wife Sara, a make-up artist. (Revised rpt)
2/5. Ben Fogle , James Cracknell and Jonny Lee Miller run the London marathon as part of their training - but after unexpected results, the team begins to fracture and then Jonny has to pull out. He must be replaced at short notice and Dr Ed Coats , a 27-year-old gynaecologist from Bristol, is brought on board. But the trio have a lot of catching up to do and, after a week of hell on a glacier in Switzerland, they finally learn to work together as a team. Then Ben discovers that he has a potentially lethal tropical illness. See choice, page 52.
Shown on Sunday at 9pm
Mark Benton narrates this examination of the British holidaymaker abroad, investigating why far-flung locations are capable of inspiring such an exotic allure and recounting how members of our island race have adapted - or not - to the strange and exotic destinations in which they are wont to find themselves. Writers Matt Leys and Martin Trenaman; Producer Elaine Shepherd
Executive producer Caroline Wright First shown on BBC4
Atmospheric period drama, based on the bestselling novel by Tracy Chevalier, starring Colin Firth and Scarlett Johansson. Holland 1665: after her father is blinded in a kiln explosion, 17-year-old Griet is sent to work as a live-in maid for the Vermeer household. Attracting the attention of her secretive artist master, she finds herself drawn into his mysterious world, and a potentially damaging intimacy ensues. Film of the Day: page 37.
Director Peter Webber (2003, 12)
Comprehensive analysis of the day's events presented by Emily Maitlis. Followed by Weather
8/12; series three. Moral Midqetry. The Major Case Unit tracks the buyer of disposable phones for the Barksdale organisation. Avon tries to ensnare Marlo in a trap, but his rival senses something is wrong. Some of the Western District officers express dissatisfaction over the tolerant zones, while a local deacon is horrified when Colvin gives him a tour of "Hamsterdam". Episode nine is tomorrow at 11.20pm. For cast see page 64 Repeated on Friday at 2.15am
First shown on FX
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4.00 Deutsch Plus 9-16 German drama set in a TV studio, and designed for people learning the language.