Finance and corporate news.
(Timetable on Tuesday)
With Justin Webb and Andrew Harvey. (Timetable on Tuesday)
The expedition explores Pi Pi Le, an island off the Thai coast.
Great Vegetarian Dishes. The first part of an Italian lunch.
With Zoë Ball.
The Patch Stop.
Living with Disaster. How scientists are working to predict when volcanoes, earthquakes and hurricanes are about to strike.
The special guest is Rolf Harris.
Hosted by Ross King.
(Detaiisat 5.35pm) Stereo
John Ford's classic western starring James Stewart
1910: a US senator returns to a frontier town and tells of its wild days and of the dreaded gunman Liberty Valance. With Vera Miles. Lee Marvin , Edmond O'Brien and John Carradine.
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With Toby Anstis.
Felix the Cat
A six-part children's drama.
There's something strange happening at a country school. With Pauljones and Sarah Lambert.
Written by Jim Eldndge
With Diane-Louise Jordan, Anthea Turner and Tim Vincent.
Brad decides it's time to make a radical change in his life.
With Anna Ford and Jill Dando. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
A weekly look at the UK charts. Director Babara Jones ; Producer Ric Blaxill
Nigel is busy with schemes to impress Debbie. Blossom's presence causes friction in the Jackson household. Ricky finds that work pressures are finally getting to him.
This week's episodes written by Matthew Graham
(Omnibus edition is next Sunday)
From the molten rock that spews out of fissures on the ocean bed, the goddess Pele creates the volcanic islands of Hawaii, and eventually they disappear once more, worn down by time and tide.
Paul Atkins and Mike deGruy braved sharks, tidal waves and underwater explosions of lava to explore the underworld of the volcanoes.
When the lava erupts, the sea can boil and reefs catch fire. In one such violent blast the intrepid pair were swept hundreds of yards out to sea, being tossed around in a swirling avalanche of red-hot fragments. Miraculously, they escaped serious injury.
These islands, home to albatrosses, carnivorous finches, seal, moray eels and manta rays, also comprise one of the world' s most extensive mountain ranges, with some peaks more than five miles above the ocean floor. The film captures the dramatic contrasts of a region that includes both coral sands and icy peaks. Producer Keenan Smart First shown on BBC2
Win a day's 's wildlife filming withtheBBC
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Comedian Jo Brand rifles the TV archives for a wry look at her unsung heroes of sport - the players, coaches and referees who have fouled up in an amusing way. Director Alexis Girardet
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Michael Fish
Sue Lawley presents the news of 50 years ago as if it were happening today.
D-Day plus Three. A tank battle is raging outside Caen but the Americans are making progress towards Cherbourg. At home there's good news about health; middle-aged spread is down and teenagers are putting on weight - official!
This month viewers are asked for their help in solving two brutal murders.
The body of prostitute Tracy Turner was dumped in a country lane in Lutterworth, Leicestershire in the early hours of Thursday 3 March. Police are anxious to talk to anyone who saw her alive around midnight at the Hilton Park Service Station on the M6, where she regularly picked up clients. Officers will also be appealing for help in solving the murder of 53-year-old Trevor Bradley, whose body was found 40 miles from his Ludlow home.
Callers should ring the freephone number, [number removed]. With Nick Ross and Sue Cook.
(Crimewatch UK Update at 11.30pm)
Secretary of State for
Employment David Hunt and Labour's Robin Cook are among tonight's panellists. With David Dimbleby. Producer Prue Keely
Editor Alexandra Henderson
A Brian Lapping production for BBCtv
David Dimbleby and guests analyse today's by-election results as well as reacting to polling in the European elections. Making its debut is Peter Snow's new 'virtual reality' swingometer. Director Rob Hopkin
RCN NursingUpdate: Unit 46- Helping to adjust: a holistic approach to stoma care.