With Anna Jones.
Timetable on Monday Stereo ................
With Andrew Harvey and Sophie Raworth. Timetable on Monday Subtitled .............
With Sophie Raworth.
For details see Monday
Cookery challenge presented by Fern Britton. Repeat Stereo Subtitled .
Esther Rantzen and guests including Lionel Blair and Magenta DeVine discuss why one person's idea of a heavenly holiday is another person's hell.
Today a selection of old and new toys.
Presented by Hilary Kay.
Regional News and Weather
Live coverage of the second day's play from Trent Bridge, between England and Australia. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
Including at 12.00 News Regional News and Weather
Weather Subtitled ..........................
Further live coverage of today's play from Trent Bridge.
4.00Cartoon fun with the spinach-eating sailor. Repeat
More adventures with the banana-eating superhero.
When Eva is thrown out of the BIG
Corporation for misconduct, she takes with her a device that can turn harmless sea creatures into killers.
Live coverage of the championships from the Olympic Stadium in Athens, Greece, introduced by Desmond Lynam. In the men's triple jump Britain's
Jonathan Edwards will be hoping to retain the crown which he won at Gothenburg two years ago, although he will face tough opposition from last year's Olympic gold medallist Kenny Harrison.
In the men's 800m final Denmark's
Wilson Kipketer is the favourite to retain histitle, after recently equalling
Sebastian Coe 's 16-year-old world record. The men's 200m final is likely to feature Namibia's Olympic silver medallist Frankie Fredericks and Trinidad's Olympic bronze medallist Ato Boldon. The reigning World and Olympic champion, Michael Johnson , won't defend the title he won in Gothenburg, preferring to concentrate on the 400m, but Jamaica's Merlene Otteywill defend herwomen's 200m crown.
This afternoon's key events include at
4.45 the men's triple-jump final, at 5.05 the women's 200m final, at 5.20 the men's 200m final, at 5.40 the men's 800m final and at 6.00 the women's
400m hurdles final in which 1993 world champion Sally Gunnell hopes to claim a medal. Continued on BBC2.
With John Humphrys and Jennie Bond.
Weather Bill Giles
Continuing the series of celebrity cookery challenges, presented by FernBritton.
Tonight, presenter Bob Holness and Liverpool midfielder John Barnes compete against the clock to create a couple of original recipes with less than
L5 worth of ingredients, but with the help of professional chefs
Brian Turner and AntonyWorrall Thompson. See today's choices. Producer Mary Ramsay
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The hottest hits from the week's top 40 with live performances, the best pop videos and Britain's number one single.
Repeated tomorrow Stereo Subtitled.
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Raquel is offered her big break-an audition, and she's determined to get the part despite Del's help.
(Repeat) (Stereo) (Subtitles)
A series of comedy shorts designed to offer fitness advice to the public. Starring Chris Barrie as leisure centre supremo Gordon Brittas from The Brittas Empire and Judy Flynn as Julie his secretary.
Gordon Works It Out. Gordon learns all about aerobics from
Birds of a Feather star Lesley Joseph and gets some more health advice from Radio Times doctor Mark Porter.
Director John Kilby ; Producer Paul Reizin
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Comedy drama, from the director of Backdraft and Apollo 13, starring Michael Keaton, Glenn Close, Robert Duvall
The Sun newspaper means everything to its city editor Henry Hackett. Not even the impending birth of his first child or a job at the upmarket Sentinel can deflect him from the search for a good story.
Director Ron Howard (1994, 15)
â¦ See Films: pages 40-47
Drama, sequel to
Saturday Night Fever, starring John Travolta
Six years on, and Tony Manero has left his Brooklyn home. By night he tends the bar in a nightclub and by day he teaches jazz. But Tony's ambition is to become a Broadway star.
Director Sylvester Stallone (1983. PG)
♦ See Films: pages 40-47 **
Action adventure starring Matt Salinger
Given enhanced strength and stamina, sickly Steve Rogers became Second World War hero
Captain America, but apparently died foiling a Nazi rocket attack on Washington DC. However, over 40 years later a frozen body returns to life in Alaska.
Director Albert Pyun (1990, PG)
* See Films: pages 40-47 **
Steve Rogers/Capt America:
President Tom Kimball:
Lt Colonel Louis:
Valentina de Santis: