6.45 Biology: A Question of Balance 2628036 7.10 Plants: Problems with Water
7.35 X-Rays and Energy Levels
Who Burned Mr Brinker 's
Store? (part 2). Jamal denies starting the fire.
The great working of steam engines at Stourpaine Bushes.
With Philippa Forrester,
Toby Anstis and Andi Peters.
MIME EVENT COMPETITION: phone in with your answer on [number removed] (maximum cost 25p). For rules, send sae to [address removed].
Anatole refuses to teach Sim how to become a clown.
Make pop-up birthday cards.
Game show with Dave Benson
Phillips. Rpt Stereo
Pop music news and features.
French comedy about a village who arranges a reunion between a family of quins for a publicity stunt. A French film with English subtitles.
Director Henri Verneuil (1954)
SEE FILMS pages 30-34
Papa Saint Forget:
Pilate, the undertaker:
The Fixer Uppers
Christmas card salesmen Stan and Ollie try to help save a customer's marriage.
Director Charles Rogers (1935)
And at 1.00pm
When Stan and Ollie's dog is evicted they are determined to smuggle it back in. Director James W Home (1931)
SEE FILMS pages 30-34
The Real Food of China At the finest Chinese restaurant chefs prepare delicious local dishes.
BOOKLET: send cheque/PO for £2.00 to [address removed]
Magazine for deaf and hard-of-hearing people. With signing and subtitles. Stereo
Followed by The Psychic Tearoom
A programme about people who seek the advice of psychics.
Regional News; Weather
Eamonn Holmes takes a campervan holiday to northern New Mexico.
Five million tourists visit
Venice each year but it is a city in peril from the sea and if the authorities do not act soon it may be lost forever.
Live from the World
Championships, including the finals of the 400m and 800m for both men and women, and Sally Gunnell in the semi-finals of the 400m hurdles.
5.20 Women's400m hurdles semi-finals
5.40 Men's 400m hurdles semi-finals
6.00 Women's 200m second round
6.20 Men's discus final
6.25 Women's400m final
6.45 Men's 400m final
7.05 Women's 800m final
7.25 Men's 800m final
7.45 Women's 800m heptathlon If Britain's David Grindley has made the 400m final he may face a mighty American trio. Quincey Watts is the Olympic champion, but his colleagues Michael Johnson and Butch Reynolds beat him in the US trials. A win for Reynolds tonight will revive the controversy over his two-year ban for drug abuse by the IAAF, against which he has always protested his innocence.
Athletics action continues on Thursday.
In 1988, pregnant mother
Marie Wilks was attacked and murdered after her car broke down on the M50 motorway. In this re-examination of the case, Tim Rogers reports on new evidence that challenges the conviction for murder of Welshman Eddie Browning. Producer Julian Mercer
Editor David Nicholas (Postponed from 27 July)
East Malaysia. The sour, spicy ingredients of Malaysian dishes are at the heart of Keith Floyd 's tantalising tamarind chicken, hot beef rendang and exotic squid curry.
Director David Pritchard
A Lifetime production for BBCtv
SEE RECIPE page 14
Offbeat American sci-fi series.
Stand Up. Sam finds himself in a comedy act, dying the death in front of a hostile audience.
Series telling the story of the Mongol hordes.
World Conquerors. "I have conquered for you a large empire, but my life was too short to take the whole world. That I leave to you."
Ghengis Khan 's son and heir Ogedei, the new leader of the Mongol hordes, took up his father's challenge. It was to be the most powerful threat ever faced by western civilisation. Stretching across the steppes for more than two miles, Ogedei's terrifying army galloped towards the great, vulnerable European cities - Kiev,
Cracow, Vienna. At the end of their trek, the Mongols confronted the flower of Christian chivalry - the Teutonic Knights and the Knights Templar. Director Viviana Woodruff
Series producer Robert Marshall
BBC BOOK: with colour photographs and maps, L 17.99 from booksellers
Presented by Peter Snow.
Trumpeter Wynton Marsalis can claim to be one of the great young jazz musicians of our age. In this Late Show special, he talks to Tracey MacLeod about his dazzling, often controversial career, and performs extracts from his ambitious new work, City Movement. Producer Mark Cooper Editor Janice Hadlow
(Wynton Marsalis and his septet play live in Thursday's BBC Prom at 10.05pm BBC1)
How energy can be stored in flywheels and springs, then released to do work.