Book expert Maxine talks about this month's top reads.
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Digital viewers can access two new gamer films via the red button
Stella's negative opinion of worms is challenged on a day out.
Space Tourists. Meet the men who are racing against time to turn space travel into a reality for tourists. A new investigation can be seen tomorrow at 9pm
Chris Beardshaw to the rescue.
The political update hosted by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
New series 1/8. Alwyn saturates his senses at Safaga on the Red Sea and with sailing trips on the Nile and Suez Canal.
Business news with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Following an attempt to swell wallets in the flea markets of Vannes in southern Brittany.
Janet Sumner pays a visit to
Herdship farm in the Yorkshire
A woman looks for a Yorkshire country home with a double garage for her son.
Sally Gunnell and Duncan Goodhew take sides in aid of Sport Relief. (5) Sport Relief Presents Only Fools on Horses continues at 9pm on BBC1
The general knowledge experts take on another gaggle of brainy contestants. <s)
The beautiful city of Salisbury hosts the show as Paul Martin and experts David Barby and Jethro Maries find items to take to auction.
The first of tonight's Comedy Doubles comparing and contrasting two classic comedy series starring the legendary Ronnie Barker.
An Errand Boy by the Ear. Arkwright upsets customers by continually dragging round Granville by his ear in an episode first broadcast in 1982. Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby
New Faces, Old Hands. Fletcher, an experienced "old lag", introduces new prisoner Godber to life behind bars, in an episode first broadcast in 1974. Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby
1/4; series two. Sausages, staff issues and stress - another chance to check on the progress of Jimmy Doherty as he attempts to establish himself as a pig farmer. The business is growing but so are the problems. As he struggles to cope with being the boss, Jimmy tries to keep his favourite pig alive and also faces a visit from the police. Can he and girlfriend Michaela hold on to their dream?
Producer Nat Sharman ; Series producer Henry Wilks
Deaf and hearing actors are brought together in a gripping urban thriller starring Joseph Mawle , Susan Lynch , Brendan Coyle and Neil Stuke. When Chris is thrown from the balcony of a high-rise block of flats, suspicion falls on his flatmate Dean, who is profoundly deaf.
Writer Joe Fisher ; Producer Madonna Baptiste
Director Edmund Coulthard The language of love: p23; The Alison Graham column: p34
With Emily Maitlis.
An in-depth look at the cause and effect of one of nature's greatest enigmas. Lightning is almost as old as the Earth itself and may have provided the spark to create life on the planet. Generated deep within storm clouds, what role does lightning play in the global electric circuit and what is the current understanding on how this maverick power interacts with human activity?
Director Mark Everest ; Executive producer Jessica Cecil
Languages and Travel Repeats not indicated
2.00 A Cook's Tour of France 2/2. Sampling omelette in Mont-Saint Michel , culinary delights in Lyon, and learning about Michelin stars in Paris. 9528503 5.00 The French Connection Exploring the vibrant culture of the French-speaking world, from Africa to Quebec, and France to the Caribbean.
Cookery series celebrating the delights of modern French cuisine focuses on the South-West of France, from Bordeaux to Toulouse. Dishes include duck magret, terrines and prune armagnac ice-cream.