Daily recorded version of BBC1's 7am News, including signing and subtitles.
Daily animation. A stranger sends a distress call. (Rpt)
Shown last Friday on BBC1. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
(Shown yesterday at 6.25pm on BBC1)
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.05 Christianity in Today's World
(ages 11-16) (Stereo)
9.25 Movable Feasts: Family Business - Hinduism
(ages 7-11) (Stereo)
9.40 Square One: Angles
Making cheese at the Why Bird Stop. (Stereo)
10.25 Hotch Potch House: Running Water
(ages 3-5) (Stereo)
10.45 Look and Read: Spywatch: the Pilot
(ages 7-9+) (Stereo)
11.05 Zig Zag
11.25 Technology Starters
(ages 9-12) (Stereo)
11.40 English Time
(ages 11-14) (Stereo)
12.00 History File
Daily business news.
1.00 History File
(ages 9-12) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Jill Dando at a sailing school.
Drama. The Slattery family begins to disintegrate when Daniel has an affair. Only his wife Mary Ellen can hold things together.
See Films: pages 46-49 ***
Including at 3.00 News; Regional News and Weather
Mary Ellen Slattery:
Daily nostalgia quiz.
Competition Line: [number removed] (39p per min cheap rate, 49p per min other times). Lines close daily at midnight
Martyn Lewis's Choice: page 8
Esther Rantzen and guests discuss the extreme lengths to which some people go to put their partner's fidelity to the test.
(Postponed from 12 February)
Real-life drama in a Hampshire village.
After settling in, the new bobby probes his first case. The wedding preparations are nearing completion.
(Next episode tomorrow at 5.30pm)
(First shown on ITV)
A 20-part series looking at the environment and the natural world.
Oil spills can seriously threaten the environment, but even worse pollutants exist in the sea.
(Next episode tomorrow 5.55pm) (Stereo)
Mystery adventure, starring Nicholas Rowe, Alan Cox
1870: bumbling John Watson arrives at his new school and is drawn to the imposing intellect of fellow student Sherlock Holmes. A schoolmaster's strange death leads the pair to their first criminal case, beginning frightening adventure that carries them to the Pyramid of Fear.
See Films: pages 46-49
Voice of older Watson:
Two men whose dramatic work has been given in evidence are the focus for the penultimate episode of the series on British photographic collections. David Hoffman used the pictures he took while covering an anti-Salman Rushdie demonstration to defend himself when he faced charges of assault and obstruction.
Clifford Ashton has specialised in images of burning mills in areas around Rochdale, with 1,000 fires covered over 40 years documenting the decline of the cotton industry. Presented by Muriel Gray.
(The series continues on Friday at 12.20am)
The past few months has been an inspiring time for astronomers scouring the sky for evidence of planets capable of supporting life. This film follows astronomers from Manchester, Switzerland and California as they have their hopes dashed and raised in the search for worlds with liquid water, the ingredient considered a prerequisite for life.
See today's choices.
Third of a six-part series in which men opine on their role in modern society.
The fastest growing area of motorbike sales is among middle-aged businessmen with money and a desire to recapture the freedom of their youth on the open road. Is the cure for the mid-life crisis to be found on two wheels?
The series continues Wednesday at 7.50pm
See John Peel: page 10
Last episode of the epic nine-part drama.
Starring Mark Strong, Daniel Craig, Christopher Eccleston, Gina McKee
1995: Nicky and Mary meet after eight years apart, Tosker is set to realise a dream and Geordie has succumbed to alcoholism.
See today's choices.
Spotlight on Christopher Eccleston: p9
Our Friends in the North 9.00pm BBC2
"I started writing it to reflect the concerns of a young man," says Peter Flannery of Our Friends in the North which finishes tonight. "By the time I finished I was interested in the concerns of middle age - of having old parents and grown-up children. My characters lived through extraordinary times, but there's another strand - about growing old, becoming aware of your flaws and your history."
Nicky, Mary, Tosker and Geordie reach the end of their 30-year journey in 1995, facing an uncertain future and looking back ruefully on their shared past.
Read more about Chris Eccleston, soon to be seen in a new TV adaptation of Hardy's Jude the Obscure, on page 9.
Eric Burdon lookalike:
Actor Christopher Rijinksi visits the city of Krakow and the Tatra mountains in the south when he returns to Poland.
Followed by The Family Album
Three photographs remind wanderer Bill Watkins of his childhood.
Subject (The Family Album):
With Peter Snow.
Highlights from Karachi and Madras of the third and fourth quarter-finals.
(The first semi final is in Wednesday's Sportsnight on BBC1, 10.20pm)
12.30 Managing Schools
1.00 Rocks for Roads
2.00 English: George Eliot
4.00 Perspective Understanding: Malaria
4.30 So You Want to Work in Social Care?
5.00 Pathways to Care
5.30 RCN Nursing Update
6.00 Plants' Designs for Living
6.25 The Emergence of Greek Mathematics