The pair send the wizard Mannitol back to school.
Frogg tries mind control.
Weird medieval monsters.
Followed by Sam & Mark
Fred tries to arrange a birthday bash for Pebbles.
Comedy starring Norman Wisdom as a window cleaner who causes chaos at a country mansion when he stumbles upon a plot to kidnap a wealthy heir. Review page 44. Director John Paddy Carstairs (1956, U) (BW)
Murilyn plans a move to the Costa del Sol.
Rhodri and Melissa find remarkable properties in Bath and Cheltenham.
Two keepers perform a skydive with the Red Devils.
Mr Monk Bumps His Head. A knock to the head robs Monk of his memory.
James Lewis and Kate Bliss value items at the Subscription Rooms in Stroud.
Quiz show hosted by comedian Alexander Armstrong.
The duo explore the traditional food of Cheshire.
Paul Martin tries to help Julian Rivett and his fiancee Charlotte more than double their Â£2,000 savings to pay for their dream honeymoon.
7/8; series four. Lillesand to Svalbard. Neil Oliver visits a Norwegian archipelago once occupied by the Nazis, Mark Horton meets latter-day Viking shipwrights, and Jason Roberts searches for polar bears in Svalbard. See Choice, page 78. Shown on Tuesday at 8pm FEATURES: radiotimes.com/coast
New series. 1/4. Oman and Yemen. Three thousand years before the birth of Christ, frankincense and its sweet-smelling smoke was more valuable than gold. Now Kate Humble embarks on a journey to follow the trade route that carried it from the Arabian Sea to the lands of the Pharaohs and Caesars.
She starts her journey high in the hills of southern Oman at the source of the world's first frankincense before crossing the scorching Empty Quarter Desert with the Al Mahri tribe and their 300 camels.
Crossing into Yemen, she arrives at the world's first skyscraper city where the precious resin is used at the ritual blessing of a newborn baby. After a visit to the modern frankincense trade centre of Aden and a trip to a camel-jumping contest. Kate heads north into the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Director/Producer Michael Lynch Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
KATE HUMBLE PHOTO GALLERY: radiotimes.com/kate-humble
Scents and sensibility: page 20
8/13. Scottish comedian Fred MacAuley helps regular panellists Frankie Boyle, Hugh Dennis, Russell Howard and Andy Parsons to poke fun at the people in the week's news. Hosted by Dara O'Briain. Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Mark Leveson
4/6. Live TV. The perils of broadcasting with no time delay have provided much mirth for viewers over the years, with wardrobe malfunctions and booze-fuelled banter often coming out on top of the list for unscripted hilarity. Clive Anderson dredges through the archives for more cock-ups that programme makers would no doubt prefer to forget. Director Ellen-Raissa Jackson : Producer Breid McLoone
With Emily Maitlis.
Followed by Weather
Crime drama based on the true story of the Christie murders, starring Richard Attenborough, Judy Geeson and John Hurt.
The young married couple who become John Christie's new neighbours in Rillington Place are impressed by his apparent medical knowledge. When the wife discovers she is pregnant, the husband turns to him for help, unaware that Christie is a killer. Film of the Day: page 44.
Director Richard Fleischer (1970,15)
John Reginald Christie:
Timothy John Evans:
Mrs Ethel Christie: