Highlights from the final day of the opening week of this year's championships in SW19.
(Shown yesterday at 10.20pm on BBC2) (S) (W)
David Frost interviews the news-makers and reviews the papers with his guests. Including 9.00 News plus weather later.
Clive James debates the issue of spirituality with Alice Beer, Diarmuid Gavin visits a medieval garden at a stately home and there's an exploration of labyrinths. Plus a live debate. (W)
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The celebrity chef eats percebes and hake with peppers and saffron in Galicia and enjoys cockles in the UK. (R) (S)
There's the launch of this year's Radio Times/Countryfile photographic competition with Lord Lichfield, plus a look into European proposals to cut down on the number of independent meat inspectors. With John Craven. Including weather outlook for the week.
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Murder By SOP. Quincy questions the verdict of an overworked small-town doctor after a fire masks a murder. (R) (S)
Repeated on BBC Choice at 10.05pm
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Attempts on General Von Klinkerhoffen's life are planned as he takes control of the district. Written by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft (R) (S)
Monster movie remake. On a remote island, geologists in search of oil discover a giant ape who "rules" the inhabitants like a god. Transported back to America, he is treated as a sideshow attraction - with terrible results. Review page 41.
Director John Guillermin (1976, PG)
Terry Wogan with the viewers' response series, which now features behind-the-scenes and on-location reports. (S) WRITE TO: Points of View, BBC Television, London, W12 7TS; phone/fax: [number removed]; or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: bbc.co.uk/pov
Pam Rhodes presents the first of three special editions highlighting churches of particular beauty, beginning with Saxon and Norman buildings. Music includes Choir Girl of the Year Emily Gray 's rendition of Pie Jesu, the Waynfleet Singers with Faure's In Paradisum, plus Hills of the North Rejoice, The Day of Resurrection and The Prayer of St Patrick. Producers Diane Reid and Sian Rees : Editor Hugh Faupel (S) (W)
Continuing the problem-pets series with a horse that reacts adversely to silence, a cat with a plastic fetish and a bad-tempered dog. With Philippa Forrester and Mark Evans.
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Valerie Singleton gets a potted biography from Michael Aspel. Producer Sue Green; Series producer Jack Crawshaw (R) (S) (W)
Enter the Mantis. State-of-the-art macro photography captures the vicious world of the praying mantis to demonstrate how the insect uses attacking techniques that inspired a 16th-century school of kungfu. Narrated by David Attenborough. Last in the current series.
Producer Phil Chapman : Series editor Sara Ford (S) (W) 59 Kung-fu enlightening: page 13
Nature Fights Back. Jeremy Clarkson explores human bids to cheat nature. He enters the wind tunnel where the model for Concorde was tested, investigates the Anglo-
American race to break the sound barrier, and experiences oxygen deprivation in a pressurisation unit. Footballer
David Ginola also reveals how he uses air to score goals. Series producer Bill Grist (S) (W)
Pack Hunters. The celebrity vet investigates animals that work together to kill. After dispelling the myth that wolves form the most dangerous hunting packs, he feeds poultry to piranhas in the Amazon, meets lions in Nairobi (after suffering tick-bite fever) and races Africa's wild dogs.
Producer Martin Hughes-Games ; Executive producer Michael Gunton (S) (W)
An episode first shown in 1997 of the mystery drama.
Jack in the Box. A comedian is found dead in a room that has been locked from the inside - but is it really suicide?
Written by David Renwick
Producer Susan Belbin ; Director Marcus Mortimer (R) (S)
With Peter Sissons. Weather Philip Avery. (S) (W)
The Bulger Killers: Prisoners of Their Past. Eight years after they killed two-year-old James Bulger , Jon Venables and Robert Thompson have, at the age of 18, been released. Jane Corbin reports on the storm of controversy this has caused, tells of the boys' struggles, assesses their progress and asks if it was right that the pair were freed.
Producer Jeremy Bristow ; Editor Mike Robinson (S) (W) Rptd Wednesday at 2am with sign language WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change.
Thriller. A homeless man witnesses a murder in a disused London warehouse.
Widescreen. Review page 42.
(1995, 15) ***
Followed by Weatherview