Fun with the duo.
Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom
Lee Slatter from Kent competes.
Britain's Paula Radcliffe competes in the women's marathon from
10.15, as the final day of the world championships gets under way in Berlin. Presented by Jonathan Edwards. <s) BBC HD channel is showing live coverage in HD from 10am to 3pm
Rolling highlights from 6am, via the red button (not Freeview)
Drama starring Olivia Williams and Andie MacDowell. A Dublin woman discovers that her husband has a pregnant girlfriend. Review p42. Director Gillies MacKinnon (2005, PG)
The rhinos get their own beauty treatment.
The defending men's 800m world champion, Alfred Kirwa Yego, will be desperate to reclaim that title at 4.25, and a keen Scandinavian tussle is expected in the men's javelin at 3.20. Elsewhere the women's 1500m at 4.00 and long jump at 3.15 reach their conclusion, as does the men's 5,000m at 3.25. In traditional style the women's and men's 4x400m relays, at 4.50 and 5.15 respectively, bring proceedings to a close. Simulcast in HD on BBC HD (page 63)
Rolling highlights from Berlin available via the red button until Tuesday at
2pm (limited availability on Freeview)
New series. 1/13; series four To Have and to Have Not. Maybelline and Rocketdog get into a leadership battle. First shown on Animal Planet
6/8. Samantha Gore returns undeterred to the Den after her pitch in the last series was described as the "worst ever" by Deborah Meaden. Will the latest addition to her crime-prevention business elicit a more favourable response this time? Among those also seeking to avert the Dragons' wrath tonight is Ronan McCarthy, who has come up with a 21st-century take on the shoe-polishing booth.
Shown last Wednesday Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Did communism ever effect the production of a great car? In an edition first shown last December, Jeremy Clarkson and James May invade Greenham Common airbase in their quest to find out. On the test track Richard Hammond goes crazy in the Veritas, a surprisingly insane sports car from Germany, and Jeremy conducts an almost ridiculously thorough road test on the Ford Fiesta. London mayor Boris Johnson is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Executive producer Andy Wilman bbc.co.uk/topgear FEATURES AND PHOTO GALLERY: radiotimes.com/topgear BBC TOP GEAR MAGAZINE: available monthly, price E3.95
Breezy comedy drama, based on the true story of conman Frank William Abagnale Jr, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks. Shattered by the news that his parents are divorcing, 16-year-old Frank runs away to New York. For six years he lives a life of fraud, cashing over$2 million in bad cheques while impersonating an airline pilot, paediatrician and lawyer, and always staying one step ahead of tenacious FBI agent Carl Hanratty. Review page 42.
Director Steven Spielberg (2002, 12)
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Gabby Logan reviews the day's Premier League matches, featuring Burnley v Everton, Fulham v Chelsea and West Ham United v Tottenham Hotspur.
The League Cup Show is on Wednesday at 11.15pm on BBC1
BBC MATCH OF THE DAY MAGAZINE: out weekly, price Â£1.90
Crime drama based on a true story, starring Ben Foster, Shawn Hatosy, Emile Hirsch and Justin Timberlake. LA dope dealer Johnny Truelove teaches a junkie debtor a lesson by kidnapping his younger brother Zack, who's blissfully ignorant of what's going on. Treated as one of the gang, Zack has a great time, but then events take a nasty turn. Review p42. Director Nick Cassavetes (2006,15)
Quirky comedy road movie directed by Alex Cox, and starring Del Zamora and Ed Pansullo. Two middle-aged actors hit the road to take revenge on the writer who made their life hell when they worked on his western as child extras. Review page 42.
Action includes Celtic Crusaders v Leeds Rhinos and Hull FC
V Harlequins RL. Shown at 5pm on BBC1 North