Will the friends make the grade?
Shown last Friday on BBC1
Josie needs help with a ballet that she is rehearsing.
Gordon is offered a job.
The little pup feels down.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Comedy. When his publisher demands all employees must be married, a newspaper writer recruits his friend's wife to be his better half. Review page 51.
(1945, U) (BW)
Followed by The Witness (R) S)
Rob Pittam's series of reports from France starts at an estate agency run by expats in Bergerac.
Followed by The Witness
Herman Picks a Winner. Eddie learns a lesson. (BW)
Drama starring Kirstie Alley as a waitress who sees her life crumble around her when she is paralysed. Review page 51.
Director Robert Allan Ackerman (1996)
Officers in Ryedale are called to a country garden where a bone has been discovered. Presented by John Craven.
Nadia Sawalha meets a couple organising a music festival in southern Spain.
Cartoonist Bill Tidy and his wife join Ainsley Harriott. <R)
Auction experts Susan Orringe and Nigel Smith are in Chester assessing the value of the items locals may want to sell. Host Paul Martin , meanwhile, investigates the city's Roman past.
Rick visits his favourite local fish market in Looe,
Cornwall, and challenges the Suffolk "Ladies in Pigs" - a group who promote the consumption of British pork and bacon - to a tasting test. Last in series, but Rick returns with a new series in August.
Director/Producer David Pritchard Postponed from 1 July
New series 1/8. Observational series about cases treated by the experts who operate in the world-renowned medical community of central London.
The Club. Flamboyant general surgeon Charles Akle embarks on a hunt for a patient's thyroid tumour. Meanwhile, plastic surgeon Martin Kelly starts the rebuilding process on the face of Ali Hussein , a ten-year-old Iraqi boy whose serious injuries were sustained when he was innocently caught up in the continuing violence in his country.
Series producer Stephen Finnigan ; Executive producers
Leonie Jameson and Narinder Minnas
4/12. A team representing Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack takes on the Romantic Novelists'
Association. Jeremy Paxman poses the questions.
Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Irene Daniels
Some of the best pitches from the first series of the show where budding entrepreneurs are given the chance to sell their ideas to a panel of established business folk. Innovations include a solution to stop tables from wobbling, an extreme-sports kit design and a publishing proposition. With Evan Davies. Series director Martyn Smith : Series producer John Hesling
(Revised rpt) www.bbc.co.uk/dragonsden
Former Conservative leader William Hague is in the guest-host chair for another round of the comedy news quiz. Sitting alongside team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop are Boris Johnson's father Stanley and TV presenter Claudia Winkleman.
RT Direct: The Very Best of Have I Got News for You is available on VHS, Â£12.99 (RRP Â£14.99), or DVD, Â£16.99 (RRP Â£19.99) incl p&p. Please call [number removed] (national rate), quoting ref RADT
Presented by Gavin Esler.
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3/4. Palestine. Ben Anderson spends time with the Palestinian national team as they prepare for a World Cup qualifier against Iraq. Travel restrictions make assembling a squad difficult, forcing the local football association into making an appeal on the internet for more players. With only ill-fitting boots to play in, can the players that do turn up beat the odds and get their country to the 2006 World Cup? Director/Producer Christopher Mitchell
Languages and Travel Repeats are not indicated
1.00 Suenos World Spanish Language series for beginners. With in-vision subtitles.