Thunder Mutt follows Bat-Hound.
Gloria Hunniford visits the former home of poet and novelist Sir Walter Scott.
A green roof for an 18th-century hunting lodge.
Naga Munchetty and Declan Curry present a round-up of the business news.
Classic fantasy adventure starring Ronald Colman.
When a group of Westerners crash-land their plane in Tibet, they are led to a magical land. Film of the Day: page 38.
Director Frank Capra (1937, U) (BW)
Alexander P Lovett:
The Murder of Sherlock Holmes 2/2. Jessica investigates a tycoon's death.
Paul Hayes and Kate Bliss compete at a car-boot sale. (Revised rpt)
A London couple search for a home with enough land for their 200 chickens.
Former Blue Peter presenters Janet Ellis and Valerie Singleton try their hand at bargain hunting in Sussex. Presented by Tim Wonnacott. (Revised rpt)
The domestic goddess shows how to plan ahead as she whips up a lamb, olive and caramelised onion tagine, followed by an ice-cream cake.
Director Dominic Cyriax : Series producer Olivia Ball
Carol Klein, Toby Buckland and Joe Swift explore the horticultural show in Cheshire, catching up with familiar faces as well as meeting new designers and growers. More tomorrow at 8.30pm.
Series producer Ellena Stojanovic ; Exec producer Gill Tierney
2/6. The chef continues his journey down the Mekong river to Vietnam, where fresh herbs, freshwater fish and a noodle soup with thin strips of beef await. In Saigon he investigates the old haunts of his literary hero Graham Greene, before being taken on a tour of Hanoi's street food. Leaving Vietnam, Rick travels to Thailand's capital, Bangkok, where he samples the delights of the outdoor night market.
Director/Producer David Pritchard Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
3/13. Regulars Frankie Boyle, Hugh Dennis, Russell Howard and Andy Parsons find themselves in their usual chairs with guests Greg Davies and Lucy Porter making up the teams. Dara O'Briain hosts.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Mark Leveson THE BEST.... COMEDY-SHOW PANELLIST: radotimes.com/panellist
The anarchic pop quiz, hosted by Simon Amstell.
Tonight's team captains are Phill Jupitus and guest Mark Ronson, who are joined by singer Adele, actor Ralf Little and comedian Tim Minchin.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer Stu Mather
6/7. Robert uses Debbie's amnesia for his own needs, Mr Jelly receives a disconcerting phone call from Mr Jolly , and Mr Lomax hires a new home help. Meanwhile Maureen finds out the details about her killing spree.
Writers Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith; Director Matt Lipsey Producer Justin Davies bbc.co.uk/psychoville Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Mr Jelly/Brian/Maureen Sowerbutts:
With Gavin Esler.
Followed by Weather
2/2. John Ware concludes his study of the problems affecting British society, looking at the damage caused by family break-ups and asking whether a different approach should be taken to deal with dysfunction. Director/Producer Janette Ballard