With Chris Jarvis.
Coverage of the penultimate day including a report on the men's 10,000 metres, featuring Eamonn Martin plus finals action in badminton, bowls, boxing, cycling and weightlifting.
Including at 9.00 News; Weather
The history of the Civil Rights Bill. With signing and subtitles.
First of three programmes. Buddhist Stephen Batchelor sets out from Samye Ling Tibetan Centre in Scotland to try and discover what attracts Buddhists to Holy Island.
The World, the Flesh and the Devil. The first of three programmes taking a fresh look at Christendom's three great temptations. Presented by Tina Heath.
As part of the French Challenge season the programme looks at rural affairs in France. Plus the week's weather at 12.25
The Ichthyologist. George's cousin Melvin tries to save some trout.
In a drama directed by Burt Reynolds, Guilt takes a holiday and falls for Love. With Dom DeLuise, Loni Anderson and Charles Durning. Stereo
Starring Elizabeth Taylor Richard Burton
A fog-bound airport is the venue for a love triangle involving a playboy, a tycoon and his spoilt wife. With Louis Jourdan , Margaret Rutherford ,
Orson Welles , Maggie Smith , Rod Taylor , Dennis Price and David Frost.
Director Anthony Asquith (1963)
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Three contestants from the south west and Wales take part in the search for the best young cook. With
Loyd Grossman , Paula Hamilton , Paul Rankin. A Union production forBBCtv
The series in which two pairs of contestants are given tasks that will reveal both their ability to spot a real antique and their eye for quality. This week in Cambridge they must identify nine mystery objects in the local folk museum and arrange them according to their use. Then it's on to
Kettle's Yard where their skills as tour guides are assessed. Finally, the teams visit
Burghley House before taking to the rostrum in one of Cambridge's auction houses. A team of Antiques Roadshow experts set the tasks and judge the results. Presented by Jilly Goolden.
Director David Cumming Producer Jannine Waddell
With Moira Stuart.
Weather Peter Cockroft
A celebration of faith and music as David Matthew andjumoke Fashola visit Blackpool's famous Golden Mile to commemorate a century of holiday-making beneath the Tower. Guests include Ken
Dodd, a stalwart of summer season entertainment who has been performing in the town every year for decades. His Sunday night show at the Grand Theatre is still packing them in and he reveals how his
Christian faith has sustained him through good and bad times and how he tries to
"immerse himself in prayer rather than treat it like an emergency fire alarm!" Plus a visit to the resort's Sealife
Centre and a performance by the Agape Mime Troop. The programme also features
Salvation Army singer Barbara Allen and tourists and locals gather to sing hymns including The Day Thou Gavest, Will Your Anchor Hold, and Seek Ye First.
Producer Allan Lee
Editor Helen Alexander
A show which combines the observations of children with all the fun of a panel game.
Contestants have to predict the answer a child will give to a question or match an answer to a child. Did the Beatles come from Liverpool or underneath the grass? Hosted by Ronnie Corbett. Last in the series.
Producer Danny Greenstone Executive producer Alan Boyd
A Reg Grundy production for BBCtv
Last in the comedy series.
Whoopee, We're All Going to
Die. The Porter family holiday is threatened when Bill's namesake insists on pursuing her across America.
Written by Andrew Marshall
Director/Producer Richard Boden
New comedy drama starring Gregor Fisher Rikki Fulton
The End of the World. After reading his tea leaves, Dougie predicts doom and disaster for those on board the Vital Spark. Para Handy dismisses his predictions - until one by one the omens start coming true.
Written by Colin MacDonald
Director Morag Fullarton ; Producer Colin Gilbert
One of many memorable moments for British athletes in the recent European
Championships was Steve Backley's gold medal performance in the javelin.
Tonight, in Victoria, Backley will don an English vest and hope that he can add to his list of successes on the last day of the Commonwealth Games.
The javelin starts at 9.05 - as does the women's 1500-metres final. That was another event to cherish in Helsinki, where Kelly Holmes's grittily determined sprint down the final straight earned her a silver medal. Can she make it gold this time?
Other finals to be held are the men's 1500 metres (9.25), the men's triple jump (9.35), the men's shot put (9.40) and the women's sprint relay (9.55).
And at 10.15 some less happy memories from Helsinki with the men's 4x 100 metres relay - the sprinters hopefully mindful of the baton-dropping incident in the European Championships.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam, with Daley Thompson and David Moorcroft.
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Rob McElwee
The friendly games come to a close in Victoria, Canada, with the remaining finals and the closing ceremony.
Traditionally the 4*x 400-metres relays bring down the curtain, with the women's event at 11.05 and the men's at
11.35. The British men won the gold in the European
Championship and the metres has become a British speciality in recent years. Then follows a series of medal ceremonies, before the 15th
Commonwealth Games end in the usual partying spirit.