Repeats are not indicated.
6.05 Serjeant Musgrave at the Court 7695133 6.30 Fighting for Space 97688 7.00 New York:
Making Connections 297757.30 Music to the Ear (S)
Jane Hill and Chris Eakin present a roundup from News 24, plus weather at 8.25. (W)
Anita McNaught and Dan Roland continue their look at the Roman influence on modern life.
9.30 The Romans in Britain -
ComingofAge. Historian Guy de la Bedoyere examines the impact of the Romans on British history.
From 10.00 Open Minds continues with the textile art of West Africa and the psychology of shopping. Producer Lisa MacHale (R) FURTHER DETAILS: brochure hotline
[number removed](calls charged at national rate): Ceefax p626: Website www.0pen2.net
The Jewish Deaf Club faces Deaf
Mail in the final of the See Hear quiz. Presented by Lara Crooks . With sign language and in-vision subtitles.
Repeated Thursday at 1.05am on BBC1 WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/seejiear
Mary Nightingale visits the Thai island of Krabi.
A profile of one of Hollywood's best-loved stars -who takes the lead role in today's Saturday Matinée film - from his early career in vaudeville to later success on television. (S)
Disney Saturday Matinée romantic comedy, starring
Fred MacMurray. Leaving the big city behind, saxophonist Lemuel Siddons becomes a pillar of the community in a small country town.
Director Norman Tokar (1966, U)
(S) Fred MacMurray also stars in Fair Wind to Java, showing on Monday at 1.50pm Films: pp 60-65
John Everett Hughes:
They've Got a Secret. D'Argo attempts to rid the Moya of Peacekeeper technology.
Shown last Monday (S)
Archive pop, including
Elkie Brooks , the B52s and the Who. Shown last Wednesday (S)
With Sue Barker and Roger Black.
4.00 Athletics Day two of the European Indoor championships in Ghent. In the sprint hurdles, Britain's Tony Jarrett and Diane Allahgreen will be looking to equal or better previous medal-winning performances, while
Christian Malcolm and Christine Bloomfield fly the flag in the metres. Commentary from David Coleman , Stuart Storey , Steve Cram and Paul Dickenson. Sport: page 46
5.00 Tennis Action from London Arena of the first semi-final in the ATP tournament.
David Mercer and Peter Fleming occupy the commentary box.
From the Lancaster Room at London's Savoy hotel,
Clive Anderson presents the 43rd annual ceremony recognising outstanding achievements in print journalism. The awards are given out by Conservative leader William Hague.
Director Charles Kitchen ; Producer Christine Ruth (S)
In September 1997, a train crash in Southall, west London, resulted in seven deaths. This three-part series follows police, lawyers, passengers and bereaved families involved in the tragedy. With the report of the inquiry due to be published soon, what questions will it answer regarding cause and culpability? Narrated by Tim Pigott-Smith .
Producer Sally Lindsay ; Executive producer Denys Blakeway (S)
Walking the China Tightrope. The Beijing Youth Daily, a Chinese newspaper owned by the Communist Party, now sees reporters covering stories - from human-interest pieces to allegations of corruption - thought too sensitive a few years ago. Julian O'Halloran meets three journalists trying to balance party pressure with readers' demands.
Series producer Farah Durrani ; Editor Fiona Murch (S)
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/history HISTORY
Bloodties The growing interest in genealogy is catered for in this new six-part series that offers advice on how to investigate family histories and uncovers remarkable stories of those who have already traced their family trees. Presented by Martha Kearney. See Choice.
Series producer Elizabeth Wood ; Executive producer Sam Organ (S) (W) History 2000 continues with Breaking the Seal on Monday at 7.30pm Trees of knowledge: page 28
8.05 Timewatch Grey Owl: the Great White Hoax. In the thirties, a figure known as Grey Owl tricked the establishment into believing he was the world's first eco-warrior. In fact, Archie Belaney was a Briton who set out to fool everyone he was an American Indian. This film examines his colourful life.
Producer Richard Bradley ; Editor Laurence Rees (R) (S) (W)
Continuing the season of seventies thrillers, introduced by Mark Kermode. Four men take over a New York subway car, detain 17 of its passengers and demand$1 million, to be paid within an hour - or passengers will be killed. Widescreen.
Director Joseph Sargent (1974, 15) (S) (W) Films: pp 60-65 ****
What do you mean you've never seen ... : page 58
Smoking is the focus for the first in a season of campaigning programmes about various forms of addiction.
The Last Cigarette. With National No Smoking Day next week, this film looks at America's love-hate relationship with cigarettes over the course of the century. See Choice. Director Kevin Rafferty : Series editor Nick Fraser (S) INFORMATION: call [number removed] for the Kick the Habit campaign pack. Calls cost L2, including postage and packing. BBC book: How to Stop Smoking and Stay Stopped, £4.99. Ceefax: page 625: website: www.bbc.co.uk/health John Peel: page 15
Highlights from the London Arena of today's play in the second semi-final of the ATP tournament.
Producer Kate McKeag ; Editor Helen Kuttner
Satirical rock opera, part
AM of the It's Scary Out There strand. When a young songwriter has his best idea stolen by an evil record producer, he will stop at nothing to see that justice is done.
Director Brian De Palma (1974) (S) Films: pp 60-65 ****
Resurrection. Two androids attempt cloning from human DNA. Ends 2.45am. (R) (S)
Repeats are not indicated. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education
National Test Revision Revisewise at Home KS2: Maths-advice on revision techniques. Ends 5am.