Shown yesterday on the CBBC channel
The gang visits Australia.
7/13. Peter Andre guests. Includes episodes of League of Super Evil and The Twisted Whiskers Show.
9/11. Isaac helps Hadley 'man up' after being mugged. Starring Matt Morgan and Angus Harrison.
Then Diddy Dick & Dom
The Cut A road trip brings Maria and Jay closer together. Starring Lara Goodison, Samuell Benta, Scarlet Bowman and Lara Goodison. [web address removed]
12.25 The Season 2/10. Abi lets it slip to Hari that Tom's ex-girlfriend is coming to visit.
12.55 The 5:19 Show: Youth music show.
1.10 Chartjackers: The date of the gang's first gig looms.
1.15 Kyle XY: 9/13; series two. The teenager and his friends discover the ruins of Zzyzx.
Fantasy adventure. In the Dark Ages, the people of Urland implore a sorcerer and his apprentice to help them destroy a dragon. Review p35. Director Matthew Robbins (1981, PG)
Chris Lintott visits the Palomar Observatory in California. Shown last Sunday on BBC1
Repeated at 7pm on BBC4
6/8. Chris Packham and Kate Humble report from the Lake District, including a glimpse of red squirrels.
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Wales v New Zealand
John Inverdale is at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff for the opening weekend of this year's autumn internationals (kick-off 5.15). Highlights of England v Australia are on BBC3 from 7.15pm and tomorrow on BBC2 at 2pm.
Producer Paul Davies ; Editor Carl Hicks Digital viewers can press the red button during the match to access alternative audio options
What Robert Jones will be watching: page 31
Godber is up in front of the parole board in this last ever episode of the prison comedy. Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
A look at the human stories shaped by the literal and metaphorical division of Berlin during the Cold War by the huge concrete wall that cut through the middle of the city like an ugly scar. It's now 20 years since the barrier came down and tonight's programme charts the lives and double-dealings of spies, informers and agents who moved between east and west Berlin.
Director/Producer Kevin Sim
The film Good Bye Lenin! follows on BBC4 at 9.35pm
4/9. Kirsty Young is guest host as comedian Ross Noble and the BBC's business editor Robert Peston join regulars Ian Hislop and Paul Merton for the satirical current affairs quiz. An extended repeat from yesterday's BBC1 episode.
3/8; series three. New secretary of state Nicola is stuck in a hotel bedroom in Eastbourne, struggling to finish her speech for the annual party conference. Glenn unveils his secret weapon - tragic widow and people's champion Julie Price - but things start to unravel when Malcolm tries to get in on the act.
Repeated on Thursday at 11.55pm on BBC4
Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel at 11pm
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Digital viewers can press the red button after the show to access exclusive, additional content
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6/13. Another chance to catch the comedy quiz. Show last Wednesday
3/8. Bright Star director Jane Campion discusses the poetry of John Keats with Andrew Motion. Shown last Thursday
Sumptuous film adaptation of Shakespeare's play, starring Al Pacino, Jeremy Irons and Lynn Collins.
Review page 35.
(2004, PG) ***
Episodic drama that reveals the contrasts of modern-day Vietnam, featuring Harvey Keitel. In English, and Vietnamese with subtitles. Review page 35.
Director Tony Bui (1999, 12)