Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom (R)
A Hollywood-style fight scene.
Impressionists Jon Culshaw and Debra Stephenson join Tim Lovejoy, Amanda Hamilton and Simon Rimmer.
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Sports drama based on a true story, starring Dennis Quaid. When his baseball career was curtailed by a shoulder injury, Texas pitcher Jim Morris became a teacher and settled down. Twelve years later, Jim once again dreams of playing in the major league. Review p41. Director John Lee Hancock (2002, U)
Highlights of England's second match of the autumn internationals, as they faced Argentina at Twickenham. Presented by Austin Healey.
Shown yesterday at 7pm on BBC3 Highlights of the weekend's matches available throughout the week
(Freeview: 4.30-6pm and 7-9.30pm today and Monday 7-10pm only)
Live coverage of this autumn international match at Croke Park (kick-off 3.00), where the hosts will look to improve their poor recent record against the visitors.
Action from the Four Nations series final at Elland Road in Leeds, featuring two from either England, France, Australia or New Zealand. - Highlights from 6pm until tomorrow at 3pm (Freeview: 6-7pm today only)
Wildlife cameraman Charlie Hamilton-James and his son search for elusive otters.
10/13. Series four. The Birds. Rocket Dog's pups receive their first lesson in desert survival and the Whiskers family moves burrows.
11/13. The Rovers Return. Males Wilson and Phillippe try to find themselves mates.
Both episodes first shown on Animal Planet
3/4. The Top Gear co-host explores the load-bearing possibilities of the children's construction toy Meccano when he joins forces with Edwina Currie to build a full-sized bridge made entirely of the stuff. Shown last Tuesday
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4/6. In Arctic Footsteps. In celebration of one of Earth's last great wildernesses, Ray embarks on an epic adventure into Canada's unforgiving yet inspiring northern landscape, following in the footsteps of an unsung British hero who helped put modern Canada on the map. John Rae, from Scotland, was the first great Arctic explorer and came to be regarded as the foremost authority on indigenous methods of Arctic survival and travel. Ray charts how John Rae found the Northwest Passage - widely regarded as the holy grail of 19th-century exploration. Series producer Ben Southwell ; Exec producer Pete Lawrence Rptd on Tuesday at 7pm Showing on the BBC HD channel at 11pm THE BEST TV FORAGER BLOG: radiotimes.com/tv-forager
New series. 1/7. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May take an Aston DBS Volante, a Ferrari California and a Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder to test-drive in Romania. And James compares two absurdly powerful limos, the BMW
760i and Mercedes S63 AMG, while actor Eric Bana is the Hollywood Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. Executive producer Andy Wilman
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1/6. Miranda bumps into her old friend Gary, who has a new job as a chef next door to Miranda's shop. Shown last Monday Signed rpt at 2.15am on BBC1 Cast page 72
7/13. With guests Tim Minchin, Donal Macintyre, Daniel Merriweather and Shingai Shoniwa. Mark Watson hosts. Shown last Wednesday
Psychological thriller starring Patrick Wilson and Ellen Page. A 32-year-old paedophile meets up with the 14-year-old girl he's been grooming on the internet and discovers that she has a secret agenda. Review page 42.
Director David Slade (2005, 18)
Bleak prison drama starring Burt Lancaster. A sadistic prison officer ferments trouble for his own ends. Review p42. Director Jules Dassin (1947) (BW)