A spaceman visits the cafe.
The Witchfinder General relaxes.
Baby Nik loses his green rabbit.
The tiger cub visits Africa. (R)
Yoko teaches a baby bird.
Looking at pretty flowers.
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Coverage of the Labour Party conference. Highlights at 11.20pm.
A penthouse flat with views over the Solent.
A family opens a bar and a furniture shop in Spain.
Mr Monk and the Really, Really Dead Guy. The detective tracks a serial killer.
Si King and Dave Myers explore Hampshire.
Claudia Winkleman hosts the daily fanzine devoted to the ballroom dancing show, featuring updates on the contestants and footage of rehearsals as the stars prepare for Saturday's show. 84 BLOGS AND PHOTO GALLERIES: radiotimes.com/strictly
5/6. The team embarks on a trip by steam train, before the sheep get sheared using the time-saving technology of the age. As the summer days lengthen, Alex and Peter get a chance to try the new Victorian sport of cricket. Also, Ruth is given a tough assignment at the dairy and Alex tries his hand at bee-keeping. Plus it is time for the hay harvest. The series concludes tomorrow at 7pm. Director/Series producer Stuart Elliott
It's the final heat of the week, as the four potential MasterChefs have their skills tested by boning out a pig's trotter and taking a sweet-pancake palate test, before the chosen three then prepare a mussel stew and apple charlotte.
In the quarter-final, the four winning chefs from the week's heats prepare a three-course meal of their own design for three top critics, who will select two contenders to compete in the finals. Presented by Gregg Wallace and Michel Roux Jr.
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New series. 1/14; series 14. New team captain Noel Fielding settles into his role opposite Phill Jupitus while guest host James Corden keeps order, as the anarchic, long-running pop quiz returns.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer Stu Mather
After the show, digital viewers can press red to watch exclusive, behind-the-scenes content from the evergreen pop quiz
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3/6. Dom Byrne presents the underground version of the show that has previously been operating online. Tonight he checks out some of his favourite pitches, including those for Ray Des's Spanish guitar, Colin Harney's foot-soaking showerboat and Sal Hammali's website for backpackers, and sees how Martin Greeves hopes to strike a deal with the Dragons to get his covers for golf club shafts on the market. Director Jonathan Richards ; Series producer Dympna Jackson Dragons' Den: On Tour is at 11.50pm
With Gavin Esler.
Followed by Weather
Highlights of the final day of this year's Labour Party conference, held at the Brighton Centre.
Presented by Jo Coburn. (S)
4/5. Peter Jones checks up on the progress of his investment in rock band Hamfatter, Duncan Bannatyne visits one of the stars of the series, Sharon Wright , whose invention for putting cables through walls had the Dragons drooling, and Theo finds out how a product scorned by the panel proved a hit with the President Of the USA. Shown yesterday at 9pm