Kevin and Krypto are shrunk.
Fred tries to prove that he is not a coward.
11.25 Alien doubles of Fred arrive in Bedrock.
Animated comedy musical featuring the voice of Nathan Lane as Spot, a dog who longs to be human.
Tracking down a crazy scientist called Dr Krank, Spot gets his wish - but with unforeseen consequences. Review page 42. Director Timothy Bjorklund (2004, U)
Transforming an unsightly area in a Somerset garden.
The power of the lions is put to the test.
From the port of St Malo in Brittany.
Mr Monk and the Billionaire Mugger. The killing of a computer mogul intrigues the detective.
With Tim Wonnacott and David Harper. (Revised rpt)
Actress Julie Peasgood sells items for charity.
The first quarter-final of the quiz show in which two teams of contestants pool their knowledge before facing the experts. Today's categories are travel and geography, sport, and business and politics.
Presented by Gyles Brandreth.
4/8. Cork to Dublin. Neil Oliver visits Cork to recount the tale of the priest who was made to disembark at Cobh from the Titanic's maiden voyage. Alice Roberts tries to decipher the carvings on the Ogham stones and explores the art and science that lie behind Waterford Crystal. Dick Strawbridge takes a ride on "Brunei's Folly" at Bray Head. And in Killiney, Hermione Cockburn learns how Robert Mallet invented seismology. See choice, page 78.
Shown on Tuesday at 8pm Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
4/6. Moving on to Malaysia, the chef is spoilt for choice as he samples the multi-faceted food of Penang, an appealing mix of Malay, Indian and Chinese with a bit of British thrown in for good measure, while food writer Fay Khoo explains why fish-head curry is so popular in the region.
Travelling across the Indian Ocean to Sri Lanka, the seafood connoisseur visits a bustling fishing village north of Colombo before taking part in a highly unusual fishing expedition further south in Galle.
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
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5/13. Regular panellists Frankie Boyle, Hugh Dennis, Russell Howard and Andy Parsons are joined by comedians Zoe Lyons and Mark Watson on the show that pokes fun at the news. Dara O'Briain hosts.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Mark Leveson BEST.... COMEDY-SHOW PANELLIST BLOG: radotimes.com/panellist
New series. 1/6. TV Talent. Shows in which members of the public parade their occasionally dubious talents in front of viewers have always been a staple of TV schedules, never more so than now. In the first of a new series that covers six different categories, Clive Anderson guides us through the history of television's talent shows. Where did they come from? How have they evolved? And why do we so frequently end up laughing at, as well as cheering, the people who appear on them?
Director Angus Mclntyre ; Producer Breid McLoone
With Gavin Esier.
Followed by Weather
A look at the numerous traditions surrounding the way that couples tie the knot in the United Kingdom, from the stag do to the table-plan and from the rings to the first dance. Presented by Mark Benton. Producer Sophie Milland ; Executive producer Caroline Wright
First shown on BBC4
1/3. An insight into the world of wine, beginning with a look at the effects of the credit crunch on a wine-and-spirit merchant. First shown on BBC4