IN&OUTTONIGHT Mark the shows you love. See your own personal TV schedule. Share with your friends. Just text LL TV to 65400 Texts to 65400 are charged at standard rate. The service connects to the internet; data is charged at your operators standard rate. Free from London Lite BBC1 11AM 7PM 8PM 9PM 10PM 11PM TONIGHTSTV 20 Tuesday, 28 July 2009 London Lite 11.25 Harper (S) (1966). A private eye uncovers blackmail and drugs in the of a missing millionaire. Thriller, with Paul Newman and Lauren Bacall. See Film Choice Followed by Weatherview. 1.35 Sign Zone: Coast (R,S). The team explores the Normandy shoreline. 2.35 Sign Zone: Country Tracks (R,S). Ellie Harrison journeys along the River Thames. 3.30 Sign Zone: Heir Hunters (R,S). Looking for the heirs of two unclaimed fortunes. 4.15 BBC News (S). Going underground: working on the Gotthard Base Tunnel Inspiringhistory oftunnelvision Big, Bigger, Biggest Five, 8pm Desperate Romantics BBC2, 9pm AFTER last weeks delicious opener, the fizz has gone slightly flat in tonights second episode, but lets hope thats just taking stock to set up the rest of the series. Anyway, suddenly it seems everyone wants a piece of Lizzie Siddal (Amy Manson, right): Millais for her to model for his portrait of Ophelia drowning, and Rossetti for more personal reasons. Both her heart and her life are on the line, and theres hardly a pause in the frenetic pace. Send In The Dogs ITV1, 8pm MANS best friend serves the law as we follow the Greater Manchester Police Dog Unit at work. As is now standard in the PR-friendly programmes made with the co-operation of the police, every case is a success, but the presence of the dogs adds a novel dimension. We see them sniff out explosives and corral all sorts of offenders, and also learn about their close relationships with their handlers -- one officer admits he spends more time with his dog than his wife. The crooks mostly appear to be a good few rungs down the evolutionary ladder from their four-legged apprehenders. C ome 2017, those speeding their way through the Alps -- or, to be more accurate, under them -- along the Gotthard Base Tunnel should spare a thought for the Thames between Rotherhithe and Wapping. Due to open in eight years, the 57km miracle of Swiss engineering will be the longest transport tunnel in the world, freeing up the congested traffic of central europe. But were it not for the origi- nal Thames Tunnel -- com- pleted in 1843 and soon to re-open as part of London overground -- the Gotthard wouldnt be there at all. In the first of a new series explaining the development of engineering innovations at the EastEnders BBC1, 7.30pm FOR Christian (John Partridge, right) seeing Syed at the engagement party is all too much, and soon he finds himself back at his flat with another man -- but events take a sudden and shocking turn. Meanwhile, Ronnie is still determined to leave Walford -- until she gets to learn about Archies plans for Peggy... molluscs ability to bore through soft timber without being trapped in the wood. That was the inspiration for his patented tunnelling shield, a vast metal frame to provide support as men dug through the clay deep below the water. The same prin- ciples are still at work today, and that was only the beginning of this countrys proud tradition of tunnel technology. With admirable clarity and in fascinating detail, were told how marcs son Isambard Kingdom Brunel pioneered the use of explosives, detonating his way through nearly 3km of Box Hill for the Great Western Railway in 1841. more recently, the 50km Channel Tunnel, opened in 1994, perfected the large-scale preci- sion engineering that made the Gotthard feasible. Boring has never been less boring. 11.00 Homes Under The Hammer (R,S). 11.30 Trash To Cash (S); BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Cash In The Attic (R,S). 1.00 BBC News; Weather (S). 1.30 Regional News And Weather (S). 1.45 Doctors (S). 2.15 Murder, She Wrote (R,S). 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News (S). 3.05 Mister Maker (R,S). 3.25 Bear Behaving Badly (R,S). 3.50 League Of Super Evil (S); Thumb Wrestling Federation: TWF. 4.05 Sam And Marks Guide To Dodging Disaster (R,S). 4.35 Clash (S,HD). 5.00 Newsround (S). 5.15 Weakest Link (R,S). 7.00 The One Show (S). With Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley. 7.30 EastEnders (S). Amira reveals the truth about her father to Zainab on the day of the engagement party, while Christians day ends in disaster after he drowns his sorrows in the Vic. Libbys gran puts pressure on her to visit her father in prison. See Soap Box Followed by BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Holby City (S). 41/52. Elliot is visited by the parents of the girl who died during his and Taras controversial surgery 25 years ago, and struggles to convince them he is only looking out for the best interests of his patient. Michael persuades Ric to go the extra mile for Donnas father and operate on him despite his poor chance of survival. Denise Black guest stars. 9.00 The Truth About Crime (S). 2/3. Nick Ross looks beyond the Criminal Justice System to discover how making improvements to locks and tightening online security can help to thwart the work of thieves. 10.00 BBC News (S). 10.25 BBC Regional News (S); Weather. 10.35 Imagine (S). 6/6. Conclusion. Alan Yentob traces the story of arts funding in Britain from the Second World War, when artists rallied round to produce work for their country, to the formation of the Arts Council and present-day economic crisis. Last in the series. PREVIEW BEN FELSENBURG most enormous scale, Big, Bigger, Biggest traces the remarkable ingenuity and imagina- tion that enables man to walk beneath rivers and mountains. In its day a 370-metre world record holder, the Thames Tunnel owed its existence to the ship- worm. engineer marc Brunel had noticed the 6.00 BBC News (S); Weather. 6.30 BBC Regional News (S); Weather. 6PM index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html