Shown yesterday on CBBC channel
Exploring air pressure.
Then Diddy Dick & Dom
1/11. Seven teams perform skating routines in front of judges.
Includes The Legend of Dick & Dom, The Secret Show and Pinky and Perky.
The park's oldest tiger has an emergency operation and Ben feeds a baby tapir.
Musical comedy starring Nancy Kwan and James Shigeta. A young and innocent immigrant girl from Hong Kong sets off a train of romantic complications when she arrives in San Francisco's
Chinatown. Review page 34. Director Henry Koster (1961, U)
Second World War romantic drama starring Anna Friel as an English woman who marries a Canadian soldier after a whirlwind romance. Review page 34. Director Lyndon Chubbuck (2001, PG)
The history of Poole Pottery. (Revised rpt)
Continued coverage from the 138th Open at the Ailsa course in Turnberry, South Ayrshire, as the third day - or Moving Day as it is also known - reaches its conclusion.
Introduced by Gary Lineker.
Family members and a host of famous names, including friends and colleagues, pay tribute to Mollie Sugden who died earlier this month at the age of 86. She was an accomplished and much-loved actress, best known for her role as Mrs Slocombe in Are You Being Served?, an episode of which - one of Mollie's favourites - is included in this profile
Director Liam McArdle ; Producer Graham Mitchell The Inside Story: page 42
Paul Burgess's drama-documentary about France's "Sun King", Louis XIV , recalls his many love affairs and lavish entertainments with re-enactments in the spectacular staterooms, bedrooms and gardens of one of his most enduring achievements the Palace of Versailles, and in interviews with leading experts on his reign. Narrated by Cherie Lunghi.
Director/Producer Paul Burgess
Signed at 1.35am on BBC1 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Mademoiselle de la Valliere:
Madame de Montespan:
Celebrity guests join in the fun on the satirical current affairs quiz show, with regular team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Mark Barrett
3/5. Spare Parts. Charting the development of transplant surgery, from a Nazi sympathiser to the latest miraculous life-saving operations in which almost everything, from the heart to eyes, can be replaced, In the beginning, however, transplants killed rather than cured, because surgeons didn't understand that they were taking on one of the most efficient defence mechanisms known to man - the human immune system.
Producer Hannah Liptrott ; Series producer Claudia Lewis
First shown on BBC4 Postponed from 11 July
Mat and James try to help out a disabled fan - with disastrous results. Superman has to relay to Spider-Man some very bad news about.
First shown on BBC3
2/8. This second show from the Manchester International Festival sees Rufus Wainwright discuss his first opera, Prima Donna, which premiered recently. Series producer Emily Kennedy Shown last Wednesday
4/6. The time-travelling gastronomes find out whether it was the food that made the 1920s roar.
Shown last Monday
Convoluted thriller from the director of The Dark Knight, starring Jeremy Theobald and Alex Haw. Review page 34.
'. Director Christopher Nolan (1998, 15) (BW)
Bittersweet period comedy starring Joachim Calmeyer and Tomas Norstrom. In Norwegian with English subtitles. Review page 34.
Director Bent Hamer (2003, PG)