The Zuiderzee Museum recalls the days of shipping and fishing on the former Zuider Zee in the Netherlands.
Into the Avon Valley. Angela Rippon arrives at Bradford-on-Avon where, once a year, canal boats take part in a colourful annual parade. (Tomorrow: The River Avon)
Note: repeats are not indicated.
More children die on the roads than from any other kind of accident. Presented by Anneka Rice. (Teletext)
Global warming and the possible consequences for the planet.
Conservation. Billy discovers that he is responsible for his own rubbish.
Series for infants. Dibs helps Spike to do something new.
The team brings a new dimension to its work.
Birthdays mean presents, parties and games.
The team cracks the mystery.
An old favourite in French. (Stereo)
Your views on schools television. (stereo)
Explorers and Encounters
Second episode of a two-part drama. After his first voyage to the "Indies", Columbus returns to Spain a hero. (Stereo;
Freizeit. Hamburg's teenagers talk about what they like doing most in their free time.
The Roman Empire. How were the British affected by the Roman invasion? (stereo;
Rob Curling examines open-cast mining. (Stereo;
Careers. Craig Charles suggests that young people should take time to discover who they are. (Stereo)
The Cheque Is in the Post. The crisis at Canary Wharf has sent shockwaves through the City of London. But many small companies in the construction industry now fear for their survival because they cannot collect payment for the work they have done. (Teletext)
A Jane Walmsley production for BBCtv
Clara finds that Bob's pigeons are the only way of sending an important message.
The Beat. Clicks, taps and claps make up rhythm patterns. (Stereo;
Coverage of the Alfred Dunhill Cup from St Andrews. England , Scotland, Australia and the USA are among the 16 countries competing in the new style round-robin competition, hoping for a place in the semi-finals on Sunday. Commentary by Peter Alliss , Bruce Critchley , Alex Hay , Dave Marr. Clive Clark and Mike Hughesdon.
Introduced by Steve Rider. Executive producer John Shrewsbury ● SPORT: page 22
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather and Regional News; Weather
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES (news): page 888
Reports on the arts, political and news scenes from disabled reporters who live "on the edge" of able-bodied society. With sign language interpretation.
A Cook's Tour of Central Europe Another chance to join Antonio Carluccio on his travels.
● STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p 888
Mark Twain 's classic story starring Gregory Peck
A penniless American is given a Â£1 million note which he must keep intact for a month as a bet. With Jane Griffiths , Ronald Squire , Wilfrid Hyde White , Joyce Grenfell , Reginald Beckwith, Hartley Power, Brian Oulton , Wilbur Evans and Maurice Denham.
Director Ronald Neame â€¢ FILMS: pages 59-68
In the Unlikely Event....
A year from now, thousands of passengers could be travelling with their cars through the newly-opened Channel Tunnel. Has the right balance been struck between commercial interests and the safety of the travelling public?
Michael Delahaye reports. Producer Tony Chapman
Executive producer Peter Lowe ● REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Series celebrating modern French cuisine, with cookery writer Mireille Johnston. A haunting, mysterious region with strong Celtic traditions reflected in the food.
The interior, Argoat, is represented by crepes and a buttery Breton cake, while the rugged coast, Armor, specialises in fabulous fish and seafood.
* STEREO: TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p888 0 BBC BOOK: Mireille Johnston 's French Cookery Course, Â£8.99 paperback. Â£14.95 hardback, from booksellers. * FOOD: page 18
Rover's new coupe version of the 800 has all the extras, but is it worth its £30,000 price tag? Jeremy Clarkson finds out.
And Chris Goffey goes motor racing in a VW Beetle. Producer Jon Bentley
Executive producer Dennis Adams ● STEREO
0 INFORMATION: phone 0[number removed]for this week's test dnve details and 089 1 -[number removed]for secondhand car information. Calls cost 36p per minute cheap rate. 48p at all othertimes.
Anarchic black comedy series starring and written by Adrian Edmondson and Rik Mayall.
Burglary. Another quiet night in Hammersmith, apart from the burglars, the police, the roof coming down, the poisoning and the mouse traps. Director/Producer Ed Bye
0 STEREO: TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p 888
Films chronicling a year in the life of individuals in 90s Britain.
Don't 't Mess with God. Video-walls, pop promos and prayer are the weapons used by Steve and Dennis, evangelists battling for God. Travelling the country with their marquee, their evangelical movement targets kids, but to what end and at what cost?
Producer Peter Gordon
Executive producer Paul Watson • STEREO
By the Conservative Party.
With Jeremy Paxman.
The arts and media magazine.
Late Show Music Special Jools Holland takes over the studio with vocal support from kdlang, and more. Producer Mark Cooper ● STEREO
RCN Nursing Update: a chance to record units 15 and 16 on "Heart Disease" and" Pressure Sores
Recorders should be set for Friday.