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(BBC1 - 1:20am)
(BBC2 - 12:10am)
Extended highlights of a first-round match from the fifth day of the final ranking tournament of the season at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. Presented by Jason Mohammad, with commentary and analysis by Steve Davis, Ken Doherty, John Parrott, Terry Griffiths, Dennis Taylor, Willie Thorne, John Virgo and Stephen Hendry
(BBC3 - 12:35am)
Two new young trainees join the scheme in Christchurch, taking up the opportunity squandered by others, and the arrival of new blood sparks romance for Nottingham bad boy Adam. Meanwhile, with his mentor Robin away on holiday, Carl hits the wall in the butcher's, which will have repercussions on his life both at home and at work. Narrated by Alice Levine
(BBC4 - 12:15am)
Celebration of the musical icons of the 1950s, including Bill Haley and the Comets, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly and Elvis Presley. Featuring some of the more scandalous tales of the era, from Jerry Lee Lewis' marriage to his 13-year-old cousin to the original sexually explicit lyrics of Little Richard's hit Tutti Frutti. Featuring archive footage of the performers and contributions by celebrities including Tom Jones, Paul McCartney, Cliff Richard, Jack White, Jools Holland, Hank Marvin, John Waters and Minnie Driver, who reveal how the songs of the era have inspired them
(ITV1 - 3:00am)
The host takes his successful talk show stateside, where he invites American guests to air their differences, and dispenses his own judgment on the situation
(ITV2 - 12:20am)
Alan starts sleepwalking, and Charlie feels duty-bound to cure him. Meanwhile, Jake starts seeing a therapist. Comedy, starring Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer and Angus T Jones
(Channel 4 - 12:35am)
An estranged sister and brother with disastrous personal lives and unfulfilled ambitions are thrown back together when they are forced to care for their elderly father, who is suffering from dementia. But, before long, the middle-aged siblings' neuroses bubble to the surface as they trawl from care home to care home trying to manage their father's final days. Comedy drama, with Laura Linney, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Philip Bosco and Peter Friedman
(Channel 5 - 12:45am)
Detectives investigate the murder of a young Orthodox Jewish man from Toronto, who was gunned down during a visit to his family in Pittsburgh, simply because of the way he was dressed. Following real cases from across Canada and America during the first three days after each crime is committed, which can often provide a breakthrough or undermine them completely
(E4 - 12:35am)
Caroline discovers her former nanny has passed away and decides to attend her funeral in Philadelphia. Despite thinking the family will be pleased to have her there, she quickly discovers they have no idea who she is. Comedy, starring Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs
(Dave - 1:00am)
Host Frank Skinner is joined by presenter Fern Britton, actor Robert Webb and radio DJ Danny Baker for an updated version of the show where guests ask to have their personal pet hates banished from their lives
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(E4 - 8:30pm)
When Penny's big TV acting break hits the cutting room floor, Leonard does his best to comfort her, which leads...
(BBC3 - 7:00pm)
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May attempt to drive from the heart of Bolivia to the coast of Chile in three 4x4s bought from the local small ads. ( R )
(Sky Living - 9:00pm)
Thomas Gibson assumes directing duties as his on-screen persona Hotch, and the agents, share in a parent's worst nightmare when...
(Channel 5 - 7:00pm)
Jason and Rachel uncover some of the most exciting and stylish wearable tech innovations around.
(E4 - 8:00pm)
Marshall and baby Marvin's long journey to Farhampton for the wedding continues by bus. In order to get Marvin off...
(Channel 4 - 5:30pm)
It's the turn of carefree, horse-mad banker Olive Melville to show off her culinary skills in the kitchen. Can Olive...
(BBC1 - 8:00pm)
Fiona Bruce and the team of antiques experts pay a return visit to Polesden Lacey near Dorking in Surrey, where finds include some of the earliest board game designs.
Catch up with the soaps
(ITV1 - 7:30pm)
Owen and Gary's plan backfires. Will Kevin go easy on Tyrone? Beth receives a windfall.
(BBC1 - 7:30pm)
A distraught Ian has to share some life-changing news with his family, and an unlikely local steps in to help when Lady Di goes into labour.
(E4 - 12:30pm)
Sam is fearful that Danny has been pushed to the edge. An event at The Hutch packs a punch for...
(Channel 5 - 1:15pm)
Bianca wonders how her relationship with Heath can survive.
(ITV1 - 7:00pm)
Lisa's anxiety over Belle grows. Jai is shocked to discover Charity's duplicity. Tension surfaces between Ali and Ruby.