The duo need to make the dreaded Furies cry.
Helen of Troy's love life.
Fred becomes a rodeo performer.
11.25 Fred's boss decides to throw a party.
Wildlife adventure featuring the voices of Angela Bassett and Joanna Lumley.
An elephant calf that has lost its mother is stalked when it joins a new herd. Review page 44. Director Dereck Joubert (2000)
Coverage of the team jumping final at the European championships in Windsor Great Park. Team GB, who took bronze at Mannheim two years ago, will have their sights set on the medal table once more. Clare Balding presents, with commentary from Michael Tucker and Andy Austin.
Paul Martin visits Wrexham to value antiques before heading to auction. (Revised rpt)
The duo cook a traditional dish in Shropshire, collecting game from a pheasant shoot before a cook-off against Michelin-starred chef Will Holland. <s)
A mother is hoping Paul Martin can double her savings to fund a visit to a long-lost friend in Australia.
Dick Strawbridge visits a resident of Slapton Sands in Devon, who recalls the experience of being evacuated by the Army in 1943. (Revised repeat)
The extraordinary story of the great river and its impact on the Indian subcontinent begins with a journey to its source in the Himalayas, unearthing deep gorges, lush forests, snow leopards and black bears. Producer/Series producer Ian Gray
New series. The general knowledge series returns for the 32nd time. Tonight's topics comprise the life and works of Louis Wain, the Greeks in Sicily from to 212 BC, the Sherlock Holmes films of Basil Rathbone and the life of Kurt Vonnegut. With John Humphrys. Director Derek Hallworth ; Producer Jon Kelly John Humphrys features in I've Never Seen Star Wars at 11.05pm
Toby returns to his coastal garden to reveal the completed version, and with Joe's help he creates a seaside-inspired seat made from pebbles. Meanwhile Carol finds out where summer phlox thrives best.
Producer Louise Hampden ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
BBC MAGAZINES: Gardeners' World, £3.50; Gardens Illustrated, £3.85
3/8; series three. Thomas Cromwell reaps the rewards as Henry brutally crushes the rebellious Yorkshire noblemen. Jane Seymour is still struggling to give Henry the heir he craves and Charles Brandon is racked with a crisis of conscience.
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King Henry VIII:
Cardinal Von Waldburg:
Hans Holbein the Younger:
Daughter of Aske:
With Emily Maitlis.
Followed by Weather
Marcus Brigstocke invites John Humphrys, presenter of Radio 4's flagship Today programme and BBC2's Mastermind, to try out five new cultural experiences. Director Pati Marr ; Producer Bill Dare First shown on BBC4
10/22; series three. Allison has disquieting visions of an abused boy. Starring Patricia Arquette.
11/22. Captain Kenneth Push experiences unnerving visions about a murder.
2/10; series five. Gus has his suspicions about reporter Scott Templeton 's story. Shown on Monday at 11.20pm
2.00 3/10. Carcetti's master plan is leaked to the press. Shown on Tuesday at 11.20pm
2.55 4/10. Marlo tries to win favour with Vondas.
Shown on Wednesday at 1120pm For cast see page 80