Future Xavier reveals a prophecy.
Making a solar balloon.
Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom
6/10. The teams prepare new routines.
Live coverage of the eighth and penultimate day as the men's elite marathon runners take to the streets of Berlin at 10.45. Kenyan Luke Kibet as reigning champion is the one to beat, but compatriots Emmanuel Mutai and Robert Cheruiyot (a four-time Boston marathon winner) should also feature in the medal shake-up. Jonathan Edwards presents. BBC HD channel is showing live coverage in HD from 10.30am to 4pm The Inside Story: page 48
Earnest drama starring Keisha Castle-Hughes as a Maori schoolgirl who tries to win the approval of her old-fashioned grandfather and their male-dominated ancestral culture. Review page 41.
Director Niki Caro (2002, PG)
Period adventure starring Richard Widmark. A band of Vikings sets sail to find a fabled golden bell. Review p41.
Director Jack Cardiff (1963, PG)
After this morning's marathon on the city's streets, the action moves back inside Berlin's Olympic Stadium where there are six titles on offer, kicking off with the men's long jump at 5.05. Will the Olympic champion, Panama's Irving Saladino, come good on his stated intention to become the first man to leap nine metres in Germany? The medals in the men's pole vault (5.15) and the women's hammer
(6.30) and 5.000m (6.35) will be decided next. while the women's and men's 4x100m relay finals, at 7.00 and 7.50 respectively, bring an exciting evening of competition to a close. John Inverdale presents. Executive producer Martin Webster
Editor Michael Cole bbc.co.uk/athletics Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Digital viewers can see highlights of the world championships from 6.30pm via the red button (not Freeview)
The Inside Story: page 48
Beethoven's Fidelio. A cast of international singers and The West-Eastern Divan Orchestra - formed of young Israeli and Arab musicians and described by conductor and co-founder Daniel Barenboim as "a project against ignorance" - perform Beethoven's only opera. It's a fitting line-up for a musical work that is itself a passionate protest against political injustice and a hymn of praise to the power of human love. Presented by John Suchet, who is joined by some special guests. See radio choice, page 120.
Director Jonathan Haswell ; Executive producer Oliver Macfarlane Broadcast live on BBC Radio 3 from 7.30pm
bbc.co.uk/proms; radiotimes.com/proms Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE: available monthly, price E4.50
Celebrity guests join in the fun on the satirical current affairs quiz, with regulars Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. Director Paul Wheeler
3/6. Animals. Put a cute critter and an experienced presenter in front of a camera, and what can possibly go wrong? As Clive Anderson 's humorous trawl through the archives reveals, just about everything. Director Maria Stewart ; Producer Jenny MacLeod
Shown last Thursday
7/8. Highlights from the Edinburgh Fringe and International Festivals, featuring the pick of this year's comedy and an interview with author and journalist Lynn Barber.
Shown last Wednesday
Profile of legendary Northern
Ireland goalkeeper Pat Jennings.
First shown on BBC1 Northern Ireland
Political comedy drama starring Judy Davis and Sam Neill. A fanatical Australian communist is invited to meet her hero, Josef Stalin. Review page 42.
Director Peter Duncan (1996)
A woman is forced to tell her daughter the truth about the father she believes was a war hero.
In Bosnian with English subtitles. Review page 42.
Director Jasmila Zbanic (2006, 15)