The mailman's sat nav system gets the better of him.
The cub decides to live alone.
Second World War drama starring Dana Andrews.
1942: on a routine trip to Newfoundland, a fishing boat skipper encounters a stranded schooner apparently shelled by Nazi submarines. Review p36. Director Alfred Werker (1951, U) (BW)
Presented by Declan Curry and Naga Munchetty.
The park keepers welcome a new arrival. (Revised rpt)
A man risks everything to set up a comedy club.
A couple from Essex aim to raise Â£400.
Mr Monk , Private Eye. Natalie convinces Monk to become a full-time private eye.
Si King and Dave Myers head for Leicestershire.
Paul Martin visits mother and son Martine and David Knight in Cornwall, where he uses their savings to buy and sell antiques in the hope of using the profits to finance a surprise holiday.
6/6. Allegra McEvedy and Paul Merrett come to the aid of a couple whose conflicting schedules have left them with little time to introduce their three-year-old daughter to proper meals. The duo also offer recipes for arroz con pollo and pasta e fagioli. Signed at 2.30am on BBC1
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Having cleared last night's first hurdle, the three remaining chefs compete for a single place in Thursday's first quarter-final by re-creating two classic dishes: steak with bearnaise sauce, and cannoli, an Italian pastry dessert. Four new chefs then face a skills-and-palate test before one is eliminated; the other three must then prepare two dishes in 50 minutes from the central ingredient of sea bass.
3/4. The South Oxhey estate may now be able to boast two choirs, but Gareth Malone is still not satisfied. He wants them to perform technically challenging classical music - in Latin - alongside highly accomplished musicians in front of discerning audiences. With many of the choir unable to even read music, dissenting voices emerge. Can Gareth convince his singers that they have what it takes?
Gareth Malone hosts How a Choir Works on BBC4, next.
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New series. 1/10 Stadium rock lords Muse raise the curtain on a new season of the live music show. Also tonight: Florence and the Machine, Lyle Lovett , Jimmy Cobb - the last surviving musician from the original line-up on Miles Davis's landmark A Kind of Blue album - and a couple of recent tracks from Beth Ditto's Gossip. Plus, making her Later debut, Nevada singer/songwriter Alela Diane. An extended version is on Friday at 11.35pm.
Director Janet Fraser Crook ; Series producer Alison Howe
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel BEHIND-THE-SCENES PICS: radiotimes.com/later
On the anniversary of the demise of Lehman Brothers, Jeremy Paxman hosts a special edition examining the ramifications of the global financial crisis.
Producer Kavita Puri ; Editor Peter Rippon See also The Love of Money on Thursday at 9pm Followed by Weather
2/6. On a trek across Africa, Stephen and Mark encounter chimpanzees, gorillas and elephants; but what of the northern white rhino? The news is grim, but hope does emerge from a remarkable project to save the black rhino in Kenya. See choice, page 56. Shown on Sunday at 8pm