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Comedian Jason Manford and pop group Sugababes join Tim Lovejoy, Amanda Hamilton and chef Simon Rimmer.
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Jason Manford is on Live at the Apollo on Friday at 9.30pm on BBC1
A couple from Leamington Spa look for a country home in Northamptonshire. (R)
Action adventure starring John Wayne. When his transport plane crash-lands in icy northern Canada, Captain Dooley leads his crew in a grim fight for survival. Review p38. Director: William A Wellman (1953, U)
Live coverage from London of the final of the ATP World Tour Finals, in which the top eight players of the last year battle it out in the last tournament of 2009. The world's top four - Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray - have all had hot streaks this year, but will it be one of the quartet in pursuit of them who bags the prestigious title?
Series four The Darkest Day. Disaster strikes at the Whiskers' burrow, and the Commandos are on the warpath when Zorro disappears. Last in series.
First shown on Animal Planet
Dan Snow presents a profile of the Aztec leader Montezuma and examines the complex economic, social and political structures of his empire. He also looks at some of the Aztecs' rituals, which included sacrifice, and recounts Montezuma's eventual demise at the hands of Spain's invading imperial forces. Director/Producer John Trefor
Historian Tristram Hunt presents a look at the history of motoring and investigates how it has changed from being a liberating way to enjoy the countryside to a chore that is increasingly beset by speed cameras and congestion charges, as well as environmental issues. He also examines some of the cars that have defined different generations.
Director/Producer James Runcie First shown on BBC4
6/6. Journey's End. The survival expert ends his journey in the unforgiving yet breathtakingly beautiful wilds of western Canada. Cut off from the east until the early 19th century, the area developed a unique culture in a land of cedar boxes, steam bent fish-hooks and dug-out canoes. Exploring a place where totem poles were once scattered across the landscape and people had to rely on the sea, Ray finds a specialised kind of bushcraft.
Series producer Ben Southwell ; Exec producer Pete Lawrence Rptd on Tuesday at 7pm Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel at 11.25pm THE BEST TV FORAGER BLOG: radiotimes.com/tv-forager
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3/7. Jeremy and Richard chew over which manufacturer has produced the greatest number of illustrious cars, while James gets into a spot of trouble when he tries out a novel solution for moving caravans to campsites without clogging up the roads. And this week's Star in a Reasonably Priced Car is Radio 2 DJ Chris Evans.
Executive producer Andy Wilman
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3/6. After increasing amounts of pressure, Miranda decides it's high time to get a proper job. Shown last Monday Signed rpt at 3.55am on BBC1 Cast page 70
Action from Arsenal v Chelsea, Everton v Liverpool and Wolves v Birmingham. Adrian Chiles presents.
Producer Ian Finch ; Editor Andrew Clement
The League Cup Show is on Wednesday at 11.25pm on BBC1
2/4. Team captains Marcus Brigstocke and Rufus Hound are joined by guests Phill Jupitus and Sean Lock on the debate show. John Sergeant keeps the peace. Director Ian Lorimen Producer David Taylor First shown on Dave
Brutal western starring Richard Harris. Captured by a tribe of Sioux, English aristocrat Lord John Morgan integrates himself with the tribe. Review page 38.
Director Elliot Silverstein (1970,15)