Presented by Michael Peschardt and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday
Today's studio discussion asks if faith should be put in healers. Robert Kilroy-Silk oversees.
Live coverage begins at the Manchester Aquatics Centre with this morning's swimming heats. Of the 120 medals on offer in all aquatics events four years ago, Australia took 58, Canada 30 and England 26.
The Australians lookjustas strong this time around with Geoff Huegill and Matthew Welsh among those aiming for medals and the England challenge should be strong with two-time Commonwealth gold medallist Mark Foster in the pool. Commentators Andy Jameson , Adrian Moorhouse , Marc Woods and Sarah Bailey.
Also news from Heaton Park of the two disability bowls finals taking place today, the men's triples and the women's singles forthe blind.
John Inverdale and Sharron Davies introduce the action, with Garth Crooks. Including News; Weather
Boxing is the main focus of this afternoon's Commonwealth Games coverage, with semi-finals in six weight divisions.
The experienced Courtney Fry , a gold medal winner for
England four years ago, will be hoping to make Saturday's light heavyweight final.
Commentators are Jim Neilly and Richie Woodall.
Attention turns to the women's hockey semi-finals. Australia won the inaugural women's Commonwealth tournament four years ago, overwhelming England 8-1 in the final. Now the Olympic champions as well, Australia are favourites to retain their crown.
Nigel Starmer-Smith , Barry Davies and Karen Brown commentate.
Introduced by John Inverdale and Hazel Irvine.
Plus coverage of the 3.50
King George 200th Anniversary Stakes from Glorious Goodwood. (S- not racing) BBCi: digital viewers can press the red handset button to follow their favourite sport or competitor in the pool, trackside, in the field or on the pitch www.bbc.co.uk/commonwealth
Highlights of today's action from the Commonwealth Games, including this morning's swimming heats ahead of this evening's eagerly awaited finals. Plus news of the boxing semi-finals and the women's hockey semi-finals. Introduced by Steve Rider and Sue Barker. 9
With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary. 52
Details on Monday 84
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish.
Black bear "criminals" are tonight's target. For years, the spectacular Yosemite national park has had a problem with bears breaking into cars to steal food from tourists. Now a new technique, designed to show the bear who's boss, seems to be an effective deterrent. Steve Leonard and Trude Mostue join the bear patrol and try out "hazing". Series producer Michael Massey ; Executive producer Jannine Waddell
Will the Slaters swallow their pride and say farewell to Zoe and Anthony? Phil has an ultimatum for Lisa.
Episode written by Paula Webb ; Producer Christopher Ballantyne ; Director
Tim Mercier More cast on Tuesday Rptd 10pm on BBC Choice 88
Judas Kiss. In the first of a two-part story, Sam risks the wrath of Meyer when she becomes too involved with a dying child. A surprise puts Janice Taylor 's life in jeopardy.
Written by Stuart Morris
Producer Julie-Anne Robinson
Director James Strong
Last in the drama series about a single mother.
Family. April's divorce becomes final. Meanwhile, it's all hands to the pumps as the corporate party approaches.
Written by Pete Lawson ; Producer Deborah Jones ; Director Christine Gernon WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/beingapril
With Peter Sissons. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish.
A look back at today's action, including swimming, boxing semi-finals, cycling, women's hockey semi-finals and judo. With Sue Barker and Hazel Irvine.
Followed by Holiday Weather IW)
Horror comedy, starring Don Keith
Opper and Angela Bassett. 2045: the last Krite eggs in existence are in a capsule salvaged by the feuding crew of a small starship, who then unwittingly unleash the batch of fearsome furballs. Review page 49.
Director Rupert Harvey (1992, 15)