Shown yesterday on CBBC channel
1/13. Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes present the entertainment show, featuring games, competitions and celebrity guests. Includes League of Super Evil and The Twisted Whiskers Show.
3/11. Aretha loses her hearing.
Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom
The Cut Omnibus edition of the soap, first broadcast online. Suspicion is in the air as Mack recovers.
3/7. Danny tries to fend off the advances of amorous lecturer Vanessa.
Shown last Thursday. BBC3
The boys set out to fit a tune to their lyrics.
3/13; series two.
Tom Foss 's training makes life difficult for Kyle. Starring Matt Dallas.
Live coverage of today's five feature races on day two of the Ascot Festival, including the 4.15 Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (Old Mile). Introduced by Rishi Persad and Willie Carson, with commentary from Jim McGrath.
The former steeplejack embarks on a tour of the nation's engineering marvels.
Ipswich Town v Newcastle United
Portman Road hosts this Championship clash (kick-off 5.30). Both sides were among the favourites for promotion at the start of the season, but while Newcastle have made a strong start in the wake of their demotion from the Premier League, Roy Keane's Tractor Boys are struggling near the foot of the table. Presented by Gabby Logan.
Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Andrew Clement Match of the Day is at 10.25pm on BBC1
When You've Got to Go. Private Pike is called up and, to the dismay of his mother, passes the medical. Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry TV's lost treasures: page
3/3. Steve Backshall leads a team exploring the crater of a giant extinct volcano covered in thick jungle, which could be home to undiscovered creatures. George McGavin explores an erupting volcano and finds a rare bird that depends on hot ash for its survival. Director Jonny Keeling ; Series producer Steve Greenwood
Shown last Tuesday on BBC1 Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel on Monday at 7pm
Friends, foodies and famous faces join forces to celebrate the life of maverick chef Keith Floyd, one of the most charismatic and original broadcasters of his generation. Rick Stein, Marco Pierre White and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall are among those paying tribute to the groundbreaking star whose uninhibited style changed the face of TV cookery for ever. A edition of A Feast of Floyd is tomorrow at 7.30pm. Producer Ben Rigden ; Executive producer Amanda Ross
Repeated tomorrow at 6.45pm Farewell to Keith Floyd : page 5
Marco Pierre White remembers Keith Floyd : p
12/13. David Mitchell and Milton Jones join regulars Frankie Boyle, Hugh Dennis, Russell Howard and Andy Parsons for another round of the satirical quiz. Director Geraldine Dowd ; Series producer Dan Patterson
Shown last Thursday
3/3. Children of the Master Race. The final part of this chilling historical documentary series tells the story of how the Nazis attempted to influence the future of humanity by breeding a master race. How have those who were conceived as part of the scheme coped with the knowledge of their planned destiny? Directors James Cohen, Dov Freedman and Charlie Russell
Series producer Dov Freedman
Tense action road movie starring Patrick Swayze as trucker Jack Crews, whose financial problems lead him into picking up a dubious cargo in Georgia from religious fanatic Red (Meat Loaf). Review p34. Director Kevin Hooks (1998, 12)
Patrick Swayze tribute: page 33
Supernatural thriller starring James D'Arcy. A billionaire mogul enlists the help of his son and an alchemy student to find an ancient artefact. Review page 34. Director Stuart Urban (2001, 15)
Going behind the scenes of the Formula One teams.