A duck comes into the cafe.
Shown yesterday on CBBC channel
An action-packed holiday.
Featuring episodes of the League of Super Evil and The Twisted Whiskers Show.
Gary and Shaldondra decide to spy on the children.
Then Diddy Dick & Dom
The Cut Omnibus. Can Steven and Olive stay friends? Matt Kane stars. bbc.co.uk/switch
Danny and Shane face competition in the student elections.
Shown last Thursday. BBC3
The boys create an eye-catching video.
2/4. A ghost believes Beth is her dead daughter.
Writer Melvyn Burgess Explore the drama further at bbc.co.uk/switch
6/13; series two. The teenager has visions.
Historical epic charting Napoleon Bonaparte 's journey from exile to the fateful battle in Belgium. Review p39.
Director Sergei Bondarchuk (1970. U)
Duchess of Richmond:
Sir William Ponsonby:
Duke of Wellington:
Live coverage of the world championships. More action tomorrow at 1pm. <s;
2/4. Emma continues her attempts to marry off Harriet and Mr Elton.
Shown last Sunday on BBC1 For regular cast see Sunday BBC1 Showing on the BBC HD channel at 9.25pm
3/8. Chris Packham and Kate Humble report from a wildlife hospital where sick and injured animals are being cared for. Meanwhile, Simon King is on the England-Scotland border to witness the arrival of thousands of migrating barnacle geese. Shown yesterday
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Martin Hughes-Games chairs an audience-led informal discussion and debate show as the presenters answer questions from the public.
I1/10. Charting the spectacular behaviour and extraordinary strategies used by animals in their everyday fight for survival. Sibling cheetahs work together to bring down a huge ostrich, while aerial photography shows how bottlenose dolphins trap fish in a ring of mud. David Attenborough narrates. Shown last Monday on BBC1 Showing on the BBC HD channel tomorrow at 10.55pm
3/3. The Road to Freedom. Mishal Husain concludes her assessment of Gandhi's life with a look at evidence that suggests he may have unwittingly contributed to the partition of India. The exploration of the leader's later years, culminating in his death by an assassin's bullet in 1948, includes newsreel footage of his visit to England in 1931 and his arrival in Lancashire and London's East End, while Tony Benn recalls meeting him as a six-year-old child. Producer Emily Davis ; Exec producer Jean Claude Bragard
1/9. Martin Clunes hosts the quiz, joining captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton plus special guests Charlie Brooker and Arlene Phillips. An extended repeat from yesterday's BBC1 episode. (Revised rpt)
Endearing comedy drama starring Toni Collette. Deciding to escape her dysfunctional family and small-town life, Muriel takes advantage of a blank cheque to depart in search of adventure. Review p39.
Director PJ Hogan (1994, 15) The funniest films ever made: page 14
David Van Arkle:
Rousing true-life sports drama starring Kurt Russell as Herb Brooks , the coach whose methods led to America's outstanding ice hockey victories in the 1980 Winter Olympics. Review p40.
Director Gavin O'Connor (2004, PG)
Musical comedy romance starring Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi .
A family holiday on the Cote d'Azur turns into a whirl of illicit romance and subterfuge. In French with English subtitles. Review page 40.
Directors Olivier Ducastel and Jacques Martineau (2004, 15)