Coverage of the second day from Athens. Britain's Denise Lewis begins her campaign for gold in the heptathlon. It's also the first round of the men's 400m and the 3,000m steeplechase, and the qualifying pools forthe men'sjavelin and longjump. Stereo ......................
Heyes and Curry are captured after their stagecoach is ambushed.
In the first of four programmes exploring summer destinations, Vince Henderson visits the Gower peninsula in South Wales and meets Really Wild Show presenter
Howie Watkins , actress Ruth Madoc and Oliver Stiles who ran beach missions for
30years. Stereo ....
The second of a two-part programme following Jackie Knight and her cochlear implant. With signing and subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 12.30pm on BBC2
The Loaded Deck. Rob risks all when gambler comes to town. Stereo ...
Rural issues with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 11.55am. Stereo.
Scottish Secretary Donald Dewartalks about Labour's plans for devolution with David Aaronovitch.
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled.
Classic western starring
Paul Newman , Robert Redford
Outlaw heroes and firm friends Butch Cassidy
and the Sundance Kid plan a daring railroad robbery but the authorities have a surprise in store forthem.
Director George Roy Hill (1969, PG) ♦ See Films: pages 40-47
* What do you mean, you've never seen...: page 37
Sebastian Faulks uncovers the tragedy of Rudyard Kipling 's Unknown Soldier, while Griff Rhys Jones talks to Richard Mabey about British wild flowers. Plus
Meera Syal reveals the truth behind her fictionalised tale of her Midlands
Childhood. Stereo Subtitled ....
The final of this year's culinary competition, judged by Loyd Grossman , chef Anton Edelmann and Lord Gowrie, chairman of the Arts
Council for England, See today's choices.
# See This Week: page 7
From Eastbourne, East Sussex, where Don Maclean samples the delights of a traditional seaside holiday. Holidaymakers and local people sing hymns ancient and modern round the bandstand, with traditional accompaniments from the Band of the Corps of Royal Engineers, while Dave Bilbrough provides contemporary worship sounds. Hymns include Praise My Soul the Kingot Heaven, lAm a New Creation and Deep and Wide. Producer John Forrest ; Editor
This week's programme goes outdoors in Sussex, where the contestants must guess the correct use of antique garden tools, identify busts of famous historical figures and catalogue fountains for an auction.
Presented by Ji I Goolden.
Senes director Paul O'Dell ; Series producer Pat Holland
The high spots of this evening's action in the Olympic Stadium in Athens are at 7.35 with the women's 100m final followed at 7.50 by the men's 100m when the title of the world's fastest man will be decided. Olympic champion and world record holder Donovan Bailey of Canada defends his world title and is again one of the favourites, but his opposition is likely to include Frankie Fredericks and Ato Boldon, the men he beat into the minor medal positions at the Olympics. Meanwhile Denise Lewis goes in the 200m event of the heptathlon. Coverage continues on BBC2.
The drama series featuring the gastronomic detective.
The Apprentice. Teenager
Nickyjoins the team at the restaurant for work experience but is cagey about his background. When Crabbe finds him sleeping in the henhouse it's clear something is wrong. See today's choices.
Written by Ann Marie Di Mambro ; Producer Chrissy Skinns ; Director Morag Fullarton
* Richard Griffiths questionnaire: page 18
PC Jane Morton:
PC Ed Guthrie:
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Michael Fish
Concluding the two-part drama based on a true story.
Tim Hennis is on Death Row in Carolina, while his parents and two young lawyers exert superhuman efforts to secure his release and find fresh evidence for a retrial. The odds, however, are not looking good. For cast see yesterday at 9pm
What happens when an African majority finds itself responsible for white symphony orchestras, ballet companies and European influence theatre groups?
Tonight's Omnibus, presented by South African born novelist Justin Cartwright, has been filmed over the three years since Nelson Mandela's inauguration in 1994. From the struggle of a classical violinist in Soweto through to Venda python dance and Afrikaans accordionists, black opera singers and a surprising flop at the Market Theatre in Johannesburg, Cartwright charts the colossal changes since the end of apartheid and finds some surprising answers to questions about the political changes in South Africa.
Political drama starring Danny Glover, Malcolm McDowell
The Eastern Cape, 1980: Micah Mangena is a loyal sergeant in the South African police, proudly waiting on his son Zweli's enrolment into the force.
However, Micah's life is about to change - active, violent opposition to the system which Micah upholds is growing, and Zweli is in the thick of it.
See Films: pages 40-47