20 Tuesday, 27 October 2009 London Lite 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 6PM 7PM 8PM 9PM 10PM 11PM TONIGHTSTV JimllAirfixitfor overgrownboys James Mays Toy Stories BBC2, 8pm CSI: Miami Five, 9pm Airports can be murder, but you hardly expect a bloody corpse tumbling down the luggage carousel chute. Calleigh (Emily procter, right) and the team line up the suspects in an airline stewardesss death -- a jealous colleague? the married pilot who belonged to her personal mile-high club? or even the smoker she busted for sneaking a crafty one in the loo? And look out for seth Gilliam (aka Carver from the Wire) as an air marshal. Caine gets the line of the week: Killing someone is always a big deal. Yeah, you tell em, Horatio. Nature Shock Five, 8pm WHEn five elephants were found dead just yards from each other in Bengal in 2007, the authorities were quick to blame the tragedy on a lightning strike. But others questioned whether this explanation could fully account for what happened, given the signs of a struggle having taken place. Had there been a cover-up to avoid the embarrassment of this sacred creature having been poisoned by human hands? Going back over the evidence in search of the definitive answer, this documentary proves to be an intriguing animal Csi that also sheds light on the surprising complexity of elephant society. T op Gears presenters and the rolling stones may be several dozen waist sizes apart, but they share this much. In both cases, an extrovert frontman demands the limelight (for Micks quicksilver hip-shimmying read Clarksons one-comment- offends-all headline grabs) yet the true fan knows where the heartbeat of the group lies. Thats right, James May is the petrolhead Keith richards, his ineffably english self-dep- recation and love of gadgets achieving a unique brand of boffin cool. This quintessence of bloke has won cult status among boys of all ages. Now, in a quite wonderfully bonkers series, May wants to pass on his passion for the toysIn the mould: James May with his plastic pilot alter ego EastEnders BBC1, 7.30pm DEnisE (Diane parish, right) is supposed to be going to meet up with owen, but she changes her mind after seeing him with what looks like exactly the kind of character he shouldnt be with. But could there be an innocent explanation? Meanwhile, syed may not be about to confess his affair with Christian after all. find that a class of 13-year-olds commandeered by May are less than overjoyed to be confronted by the tedious, frustrating proc- ess of carefully putting together lots of fiddly bits. Well, its not exactly Xbox, now is it? even taking the kids to see tanks in action like the ones theyve been building in mini- ature doesnt quite sufficiently fire their collective imagination. so May dusts down a long-held dream -- an airfix kit of the spitfire, the fighter plane that won the Battle of Britain. oh, but on a 1:1 scale. The challenge of creating a model of such ginormous size (complete with a plastic James at the controls) proves to be a saga of truly heroic stupidity, and great fun it is at that. airfix can look forward to quite a boost to its Christmas sales. 11.00 to Buy or not to Buy (r,s). 11.30 Cash in the Attic (s); BBC news; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt (s). 1.00 BBC news; Weather (s). 1.30 regional news And Weather (s). 1.45 Doctors (s). Michelle comes to the aid of a student trickster. 2.15 Murder, she Wrote (r,s). Jessicas cousin turns detective. 3.00 BBC news; Weather; regional news (s). 3.05 Mister Maker (r,s). 3.25 Whats new scooby-Doo? (r,s). 3.45 Bernard (r,s). 3.50 ooglies (r,s). 4.05 raven (s). 4.35 Blue peter (s); MyWish. 5.00 newsround (s). 5.15 Weakest Link (s). 6.00 BBC News (s); Weather. 6.30 BBC Regional News (s); Weather. 7.00 The One Show (s). Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley present the live topical show. 7.30 EastEnders (s). Denise extends an olive branch to owen after Libby explains he is trying to quit drinking. syed puzzles over the anonymous texts being sent to him, while ricky tries to cook sam a romantic meal. see Soap Box Followed by BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Holby City (s). 3/55. Donnas fathers will sends her on a voyage of discovery as she and Maria follow a set of mysterious instructions. Linden tries to work out why Connie, ric and Faye were suspended as the police begin their investigation into Archies death, and as Judith implements new infection control procedures she comes to realise what an asset she has in Mark. 9.00 Around The World In 80 Days (s,HD). 3/6. Julia Bradbury and Matt Baker take part in the third leg of the journey, which will see them race from Kazakhstan to China. the duo start well out of the blocks, taking a night train from Almaty to semey. However, customs on the russian border stall their progress, and with their time running thin, they travel along the trans-siberian railway. 10.00 BBC News (s). 10.25 BBC Regional News (s); Weather. 10.35 Make Me White (s). Watchdog presenter Anita rani examines the skin-lightening business, now thought to be worth millions of pounds. she examines the pressures within Britains Asian communities that cause people to wish for paler complexions. 11.15 Film 2009 With Jonathan Ross (s). 8/16. Jonathan talks to nick Hornby about An Education. 11.45 The Graham Norton Show (r,s). With Lily Cole, Michael Bubl, isabella rossellini and sue perkins. Followed by Weatherview. 12.35 sign Zone: see Hear (r,s). 1.05 sign Zone: Last Chance to see (r,s). 2.05 sign Zone: saving Britains past (r,s). the park Hill flats in sheffield. 2.35 sign Zone: MasterChef: the professionals (r,s). 3.20 BBC news (s). PREVIEW BEN FELSENBURG he played with as a child to the younger genera- tion. We start tonight with the joy of airfix. priceless undercover footage of a model-mak- ing shop somewhere in London reveals that the people buying the plas- tic kits nowadays are almost exclusively middle-aged men. and its not so surprising to READER OFFER TOP PRICE TICKETS FOR 27.50* Daily Mail Mail on Sunday Daily Telegraph The Times Time Out speaking in tongues by Andrew Bovell John Simm Ian Hart Kerry Fox Lucy Cohu and Duke of Yorks Theatre www.SpeakingInTonguesThePlay.com Relationships in crisis. A missing person. An intricate puzzle. 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