A ship carrying mutants to Genosha is attacked by pirates.
The villains try to get a pizza.
Teaming up to save Krypto.
Fred and Barney form a barbershop quartet.
Exploring the treasures in Floors Castle, Kelso.
An organic garden in the Welsh mountains could be a health-and-safety nightmare.
A British couple prepare to welcome their first guests at a new B&B in Spain.
Searching for bargains in Mantua, Italy.
How do you stop a rhino from wrecking the trees?
An obese tycoon is accused of murder.
Antiques experts Paul Hayes and Kate Bliss go head to head. (Revised rpt)
Janet Ellis rummages through her possessions.
Two teams are given one hour to prepare everything they know on given topics before they have their breadth of knowledge assessed by a team of experts. Tonight's categories are science, history and entertainment. The winners go through to the quarter-finals, one step closer to winning the prize of Â£15,000. Gyles Brandreth is the host. Showing weeknights over the next three weeks.
Armed with a Â£3,000 budget, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May try to buy a pre-1982 car at auction and then enter a classic car rally.
Shown yesterday at 8pm
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Students from Clare College, Cambridge, do battle with Jesus College, Oxford, in this first-round match.
Why I Love University Challenge: [web address removed]
Series two. Chef Valentine Warner focuses on speedy recipes for summer lunches. He gives tips on making refreshing drinks, harvests wild herbs on a field trip to Glastonbury, cooks Sardinian-style octopus and peas, and prepares lavender cream meringues.
How to make perfect tabbouleh: page 24
What to Eat Now - More Please! book offer: p24
Great summer wines offer: page 31
Senator Giles Coren and vestal virgin Sue Perkins take a culinary journey back to the early years of the Roman Empire. Chef Valentina Harris prepares a range of exotic dishes, including a sauce made from rotten fish innards, while the popular snack lagana is sampled during a trip to the Colosseum.
The duo then resolve to conguer the small island of Britannica, trying out British oysters, before heading back to Rome for the final banguet of the series.
Rptd on Wed at 12.20am
Don finds out that he has a legal obligation to provide a wake for his deceased grandmother, with an open casket for her body. But there's just one problem: she's already been cremated.
Repeated at 1.15am on BBC3
First shown on BBC3
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
With Nick Robinson.
Followed by Weather
Series four. Royce resorts to extreme measures when his lead in the polls starts to decrease. Colvin contemplates trading his job in the private sector for one that gets him back on the streets.
Episode four is tomorrow at 11.20pm.
For cast see p74
Rptd on Friday at 1am
First shown on FX
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