Times and dates of further programmes and films:
9.00pm Geisha Girl
Film following 15-year-old Yukina as she leaves home and travels to Kyoto to embark on the arduous training to become a Geisha.
Geisha are Japan's traditional high-class entertainers: painted beauties who entertain rich business men. The profession has always been shrouded in controversy, with some believing Geisha are little more than high-class prostitutes.
As Yukina starts her training, does she really understand what this ancient profession has in store for her?
10.00pm Art Safari
Takashi Murakami: Toying with Art
Ben Lewis looks at the work of Takashi Murakami, whose candy-coloured artworks have made him Japan's most successful contemporary artist.
From Louis Vuitton handbags to super-sized toys and enormous outdoor inflatable sculptures, Takashi Murakami's work is the art world's best art investment; prices for his work have risen 20 times over in less than 10 years.
He runs a huge international art business with studios in Japan and New York, curates exhibitions, and organises art fairs. An Andy Warhol for the 21st century, Takashi Murakami has turned his art into a brand with everything from mousemats to chocolate crunch. His art may look superficial and commercialised, but Ben goes to Tokyo and discovers that behind it lies a theory about the history of post-war Japan.
8.30pm The Cinema Show
Stuart Maconie exclusively reveals the shortlist for the 2006 BBC FOUR World Cinema Awards.
The programme looks at two contrasting accounts of historical Japan with Memoirs of a Geisha, and Twilight Samuri.
10.00pm Film - Gohatto.
12.25am I Samurai
Andrew Graham-Dixon takes a break from his art critic day job to immerse himself in the art, rituals and practices of the Japanese warrior cult.
Well worth seeing.
Geish Girl and Art Safari are also repeated following I Samurai.
Unfortunately Great Railway Journey's isn't repeated.
10.00pm Film - Ping Pong
10.00pm Asian Invasion 2 - Hong Kong.
In Hong Kong Jonathan meets Stephen Chow, star of King Fu Hustle and Shaolin Soccer, celebrates Michelle Yeoh, the world's first female Asian superstar and looks back at his all-time Hong Kong heroes, including Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan.
11.00pm Film - Full Time Killer
10.00pm Film - Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter... and Spring
Film - Take Care of My Cat
10.00pm Asian Invasion 3 - South Korea
Among the directors Jonathan meets are Park Chan-wook, whose film Oldboy won the Grand Prix at Cannes in 2004. He also looks at an extremely odd little monster movie produced by North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il who kidnapped the film's director from South Korea to make his dream project.
11.00pm Film - Chihwaseon.
There may be supplementary docs but if so, they haven't been listed yet.