Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom
Game show in which fathers go under cover to win prizes for their children.
Singer/songwriter Preston and actor Rafe Spall (who stars in Desperate Romantics on Tuesday at 9pm) guest.
BBC Good Food Magazine: price, Â£3.10
A couple from Derbyshire look for a home in Cornwall.
Private investigator Adrian Monk agrees to help the police catch the would-be assassin of mayoral candidate Warren St Claire.
Drama based on a true story, starring Burt Lancaster and Karl Malden.
Convicted murderer Robert Stroud escapes execution when he kills a prison guard. Placed in solitary confinement, Stroud's life is changed when a sick bird flies into his cell.
Review page 35 (1962, PG) (BW)
Omnibus. Continues on BBC1.
Cast on Tuesday/Thursday
Coverage from Rome at the start of the 13th world championships. The biennial nine-day event is the first time the best swimmers from around the globe have assembled since the Olympic Games last year. Introduced by Clare Balding, with commentators Andy Jameson and Adrian Moorhouse.
Day-two highlights are on Tuesday at 1pm.
Series seven. Business ideas include a new line of cosmetics for darker skin, a range of eco-friendly disposable dinnerware, and a diver's off-shore mussel farm venture. Evan Davis presents.
Shown last Wednesday
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May immerse themselves in the world of classic cars to find out if they really are, as the anoraks claim, more fun than modern machinery. Armed with a budget of Â£3,000 each, they attempt to buy a pre-1982 car at auction; then it's off to Majorca to take part in one very big challenge - a seemingly unfathomable classic car rally. In addition, Jeremy drives with dinosaurs in the new BMW Z4 and Nissan 370Z, and AC/DC singer Brian Johnson is the Star in the Reasonably Priced Car.
Repeated tomorrow at 7pm [web address removed]
Features and photo gallery: [web address removed]
BBC Top Gear Magazine: available monthly, price Â£3.95
TV presenter Ben Fogle, Olympian James Cracknell and Dr Ed Coats are recovering at the halfway checkpoint after arriving in second place, just behind race rivals the Norwegians. After resting for 24 hours, the all clear is given. They start out well, racing hard in the face of temperatures that are dropping to -40Â°C and below, but within days both Ben and James succumb to frostbite. And then, on a particularly hard and cold day, they break down. James is almost at the point of no return and the team are forced to review their situation. They bravely head off again, only to find themselves in a crevasse field. With each step they risk falling through the thin snow bridges that conceal the hidden danger beneath. Their only escape route is to reach the South Pole as fast as possible.
Repeated on Tuesday at 12.20am
Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel tomorrow at 9pm
Moment of the week: page 5
With guests Greg Davies and Lucy Porter.
Shown last Thursday
Documentary about the life and work of controversial journalist Hunter S. Thompson, narrated by Johnny Depp, featuring previously unseen home-movie footage and readings from unpublished manuscripts. Contributors include Sonny Barger, Tom Wolfe, Sondi Wright, Pat Buchanan, George McGovern and Ralph Steadman. Review page 35 (2008, 15)
Hunter S. Thompson Narrator: Johnny
Bittersweet romantic comedy starring Justine Waddell and Richard Roxburgh. When kitchen fitter Neil makes a delivery to Stevie, an unhappy footballer's wife, the two fall for each other at first sight. The problem is, Neil is married and Stevie has just become pregnant by her Italian husband.
Review page 35 (2001, 15)
Action from round 22 of the campaign, including Hull Kingston Rovers V Hull FC.
Shown at 11.30am on BBC2 North