Ben and Small play a game.
Everyone boards the Pinky Ponk for a special journey.
Fred picks up the wrong pair of glasses.
11.35 Fred and Barney form a barbershop quartet.
With Anita Anand.
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Series six. Seeking Asylum Tony is re-admitted.
A two-bedroomed Victorian cottage in Bromley.
A pet chicken's life is insured for £1 million.
A psychic witnesses a murder.
Past quiz show winners compete. Showing on the BBC HD channel at 6pm
In Wiltshire. (Revised rpt)
Claudia sneaks into the crucial rehearsals. The competition continues tomorrow on BBC1.
2/6. Road to War. The journalist continues his examination of Edwardian Britain, focusing on the women's suffrage movement, dockers and miners striking for better wages and the looming First World War. Meanwhile the new chancellor, David Lloyd George, faces a very modern dilemma. See choice, page 98. Shown on Wednesday at 9pm
Topics tonight are Richard III, the life and times of Morihei Ueshiba, the Chartist movement and the life and work of Edouard Manet. With John Humphrys.
6/8. Chris Packham and Kate Humble report from the Lake District, where trees play host to red squirrels, jays and tawny owls. Simon King follows the fortunes of the wild salmon in Scotland, which face the daunting task of swimming miles up river to breed. Plus, how to get more involved with local wildlife, featuring Martin Hughes-Games. Series producer Roger Webb ; Executive producer Tim Scoones
Repeated tomorrow Log on to bbc.co.uk/autumnwatch for news updates, blogs, webcams, message boards, photo sharing, home movies, links to the best UK wildlife websites and video clips from the BBC Natural History Unit archives HAVE YOUR SAY: radiotimes.com/autumnwatch
Martin Hughes-Games chairs an audience-led informal debate show as the presenters answer questions from the public.
Joe Swift pays a return visit to Birmingham couple Mark Amphlett and Suzanne Raynor, to find out how their garden, which he helped design, has turned out. The couple, who have two young children, wanted a plot that was both elegant and practical, but how has it progressed from early drawings to final planting schemes, and are further plans afoot?
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BBC MAGAZINES: Gardeners' World, Â£3.50; Gardens Illustrated, Â£3.85
With Gavin Esler.
With Kirsty Wark.
Series producer Liz Gibbons
Followed by Weather
An extended version of Tuesday's edition, with music by Foo Fighters, Jay-Z and Sting. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
2/16; series four. Allison looks for the connection between a missing teenage girl, Ariel dreams she is her mother's friend Casey, and Allison has a nightmare that involves Ariel.
1.20 3/16. Allison investigates the vanishing of a man's daughter, which she feels is connected to her recent dreams about Paris.
Sci-fi horror starring Boris Karloff. A professor discovers a way of controlling another person's mind. Review p53.
Director Michael Reeves (1967,15) (BW)