Barry Murphy picks out the best of the week's TV and radio on the various catch-up services in the UK. All programmes are listed in date order and please note: Only available to UK residents.
Masterchef (Series 6, Episode 3) – Food writer and Modculture regular Stacie Stewart is one of the competitors in tonights heats to become this years Masterchef. (Available until: 8:59pm Wednesday 3rd March 2010).
Mad Men (6/13) – Series three. Guy Walks into an Advertising Agency – Sterling Cooper's British owners unveil their plans to restructure the company and the arrival of young executive Guy MacKendrick causes a commotion among the staff. (Available until: 10:49pm Wednesday 3rd March 2010).
Newswipe with Charlie Brooker (6/6) – The acid-tongued TV critic takes a caustic look at the way the news is covered in the media. (Available until: 10:29pm Thursday 4th March 2010).
Bellamy's People (6/8) – The satirical Radio 4 comedy series Down the Line, in which Rhys Thomas plays phone-show host DJ Gary Bellamy, transfers to the small screen as he leaves his studio to meet some of his callers. Featuring Paul Whitehouse, Charlie Higson, Felix Dexter, Lucy Montgomery and Simon Day. (Available until: 10:29pm Thursday 4th March 2010)
Masterchef (Series 6 – Episode 5) – Modculture regular Stacie Stewart continues through the heats of this years series to secure her place in the semi-finals. Best of luck Stacie! (Available until: 7:51pm Friday 5th March 2010).
Legends: Dennis Wilson – the Real Beach Boy – Documentary exploring the career of the former drummer, who enjoyed success in the 1960s with the Beach Boys and released solo album Pacific Ocean Blue – before his life was cut short when he drowned in 1983 at the age of 39. The programme features archive footage and interviews with fellow band members Al Jardine and David Marks, and Foo Fighters star Taylor Hawkins. (Available until: 9:59pm Friday 5th March 2010).
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Pet Sounds: Brian Wilson Live in London – The singer/songwriter and his ten-piece band are captured in concert at London's Royal Festival Hall performing hits such as Wouldn't it Be Nice, Sloop John B, God Only Knows and I Just Wasn't Made for These Times as they re-create the sounds of the Beach Boys' classic 1966 album. (Available until: 10:59pm Friday 5th March 2010).
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Hotel California: LA from the Byrds to the Eagles – Documentary looking at the music and mythology of a golden era in Californian culture, and telling the story of how Los Angeles changed from a kooky backwater in the early 1960s to become the artistic and industrial hub of the American music industry by the end of the 1970s. Alongside extensive and never before seen archive footage, the programme features comprehensive first-hand accounts of the key figures including musicians (David Crosby, Graham Nash, J. D. Souther, Bernie Leadon and Bonnie Raitt, music industry bosses (David Geffen, Jac Holzman, Ron Stone and Peter Asher) and legendary LA scenesters including Henry Diltz, Pamela Des Barres and Ned Doheny. (Available until: 12:29am Saturday 6th March 2010).
Arena: The Other Side of the Mirror – Bob Dylan at the Newport Folk Festival – Footage of Bob Dylan in concert in Rhode Island in the mid-60s. (Available until: 2:49am Saturday 6th March 2010).
Film: Honeydripper (2007) – Drama set in early 1950s Alabama. Things are far from harmonious in the small segregated town of Harmony, Alabama, as ageing club owner Tyrone 'Pine Top' Purvis tries to save his failing nightclub, The Honeydripper Lounge, from being taken over by local gangsters. When big-shot guitarist Guitar Sam, specially hired to save the club's fortunes, fails to turn up for a gig, old Pine Top finds himself with no option but to replace him with a young unkown guitarist fresh into town. (Available until: 5:59am Sunday 7th March 2010).
Sounds of the 60s – Brian Matthew spins two hours of hits, B -sides and album tracks. (Available until: 10:02am Saturday 6th March 2010).
The Funk and Soul Show – 3 hours of funk, soul and blues presented by Craig Charles. (Available until: 10:02pm Saturday 6th March 2010).