Split Second to an Epitaph (part 1) A killer's accomplice targets the detective. (Repeat, Subtitles)
Mates. Mickey empathises with a suicidal man. (R) (S)
David Frost interviews the news-makers and reviews the papers with his guests.
Including at 9.00 News plus weather later.
Today's guests include former boxer Michael Watson, and Paul Daniels chats to Alice Beer. Plus a live debate. (W) COMMENTS: [number removed] (maximum cost 8p) or e-mail [email address removed] Fighting Back - the Michael Watson Story is on BBC2 tonight at 10.05pm
Gary Rhodes recalls a 1995 trip to the Orkney Isles. (Repeat, Subtitles)
Michaela Strachan views Britain's deliberate sacrificing of land to the sea. Including weather outlook for the week. (Subtitles, Widescreen)
E-mail: [email removed]
John Humphrys presents topical interviews and political reports. Including 12.00 News.
Cast on Tuesday and Thursday
Second of the eight-part series travels to the ocean floor.
Shown last Wednesday (R) (S)
Eric marks Ernie's birthday.
With special guest Hannah Gordon.
Trust Never Sleeps. Janeyis granted permission for a party. Shown last Friday, continues this Friday at 8.30pm (S) (W)
Terry Wogan presents more viewers' responses.
WRITETO: Points of View. BBC Television, London. W12 7TS; phone/fax: [number removed]; or e-mail email@example.com
Website: bbc.co.uk/pcv (S) (W)
John Craven appeals in aid of the Makaton Vocabulary Development project. (S) (W) Repeated Wednesday 1.20pm on BBC2 DONATIONS: MVDP, [address removed]; freephone [number removed]: or access the website [address removed]
The show's trip to Cornwall to celebrate harvest includes a visit to the Eden Project near St
Austell, and Gloria Hunniford praises the area to Aled Jones. Truro Cathedral's choir and congregation sing hymns including God is Great. (S) (W)
Jane McDonald introduces five hopefuls from the north-east of England, as they look to impress a celebrity panel in a bid to secure a place in the talent show's grand final.
Hayward's Heath in Sussex plays host to Michael Aspel and the team of experts, with today's finds including a ventriloquist's dummy and an innocent looking silver-topped walking stick that transforms into a deadly weapon.
BBC Homes and Antiques magazine: price Â£2.80, available monthly.
Martin Kemp profiles more of the world's most dangerous jobs in the second episode of the new series, with the world's only storm chaser, a land mine disposal expert, and deep sea divers in search of treasure, all featuring tonight.
Fourth in the eight-part second series of the rural drama.
Rites and Wrongs. Addy's funeral returns the family to London.
Written by Georgia Pritchett
Producer Rosemarie Whitman ; Director Indra Bhose (S) (W) The first series of Down to Earth is on UK Gold on Wednesday at 9.40pm
BBC PRODUCTS: series 1 is available on double video priced £19.99; Faith
Addis's Down to Earth stories are £7.99 each from retailers; a Down to Earth CD will be released on 24 October and will be widely available from retailers.
The second instalment of the darkly comic three-part drama, adapted by William Boyd from his best-selling novel. The elaborate lies that Lorimer Black has woven to protect himself start to unravel, as he is tempted by both unsuitable love and a secure place in London's Square Mile.
Producer Sue Birtwistle
Director Howard Davies
With Darren Jordon. Weather Peter Cockroft. (S) (W)
Comedy romance. Joanna Stayton 's cold conceit and affluent arrogance land carpenter Dean Proffitt in trouble. So when she falls from her yacht and loses her memory, Proffitt claims in revenge that she is his wife. Widescreen. Review page 59.
Followed by Weatherview
Grant Stayton III:
Romantic comedy. Writer Kate Swallow finds herself caught between the men in her life and her aspiring career. Review page 59.
(1993, 15) (Subtitles)