Loyd Grossman talks to Martin Benton, a semi-finalist of the first Masterchef series, and his wife Anne, who has been trying to get on the programme ever since. (S)
John Inverdale presents highlights of yesterday's women's singles final, and takes a look forward to today's men's singles final.
Shown yesterday at 10.20pm on BBC2
David Frost talks to those in the news and reviews the papers with his guests. Including at
9.00 News, with weather later. Executive editor Andrew Thompson
Editor Barney Jones (S)
Tara Palmer Tompkinson talks to Alice Beer about how she found the strength to overcome her drugs problem. Presented by Esther McVey and Kevin Woodford. Executive producer Chris Loughlin
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Epping's Not Far. Daphne tries to improve her social life, but her efforts are hampered by Sam.
Written by Richard Ommanney (R) (S)
Reports on the latest rural affairs with John Craven. Plus weather for the week ahead. (S) E-MAIL: email@example.com
Sue Barker introduces live coverage from the All England Club of the men's singles final. Last year's winner Pete Sampras will be looking for a seventh Wimbledon win to break Roy Emerson 's record of 12 Grand Slam singles titles. He equalled the record last year at Wimbledon when he beat his arch-rival Andre Agassi in an all-American final. Continues at
6.30pm on BBC2. See Choice. (S) (W)
If the tennis overruns subsequent programmes may change
With Sian Williams. Weather Michael Fish. (S)
Deborah McAndrew travels to Germany for the world famous Oberammergau Passion Play held every ten years. Hymns include Praise to the Lord! the Almighty, the King of Creation; Rejoice, the Lord Is Kingand (Tis) The Day of Resurrection. Producer Garry Boon : Editor Hugh Faupel (S) (W)
Carol Smillie with more Holiday reporters' personal holiday favourites. Claudia Winkleman enjoys a city break in Toronto and Angela Rippon reveals how she loves Andalucia in Spain. Series producer Jay Hunt ; Editor Jannine Waddell (R) (S) (W)
First in a new seven-part second series of the drama starring Jerome Flynn as the wildlife-loving detective.
Troubled Waters. When a man reports his employers for pollution, he puts his whole family at risk. See Choice.
Written by John Martin
Producer Ann Tricklebank ; Director Keith Washington (S)
Another chance to see the first series of the classic comedy.
Basil's efforts to improve the class of the hotel's clientele are thwarted by his own prejudices.
The first of a new eight-part comedy drama series.
Rock 'n' Roll Suicide. Retired rock star Charlotte has a disturbing encounter with distraught fan Ronnie. Contains strong language. See Choice.
Written by Tim Firth
Executive producer Beryl Virtue ; Director Richard Laxton (S)
With Peter Sissions. Weather Peter Gibbs. (S)
Continuing the series in which Ruby Wax uncovers remarkable people and situations in American society. This week Wax visits Nashville, Tennessee where she meets
Katt, a struggling singer-songwriter looking for her big break. Series producer Helen Fitzwilliam; Executive producer David Blake Knox
Comedy sketch show starring Harry Enfield , with Paul Whitehouse and Kathy Burke who are joined by guest stars Des Lynam and Jimmy Hill.
Director John Stroud : Producer Harry Thomson (R) (S)
Continuing the series examining Britain's social climate. Community and Politics. This week Michael Buerk asks whether the traditional notion of community is outdated. Series producer Graham Judd ; Executive producer David Coomes
Followed by Weatherview
Medical thriller starring Veronica Hamel and Pam Dawber.
When eight-year-old Eric Shaw is admitted to hospital suffering from mysterious stomach pains, accomplished physician Paula Spencer suspects foul play. I Director Sandor Stem (1994) (S)
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