Introduced by Hazel Irvine .
1.35 Golf: the Masters Highlights of yesterday's third round. Final-round coverage begins at 9pm.
2.40,3.55 Touring Cars Live coverage of the British touring car championships from Brands Hatch. Former champions
Rickard Rydell , Alain Menu and Gabriele Tarquini and three strong Britons, Jason Plato ,
James Thompson and Anthony Reid , all have the necessary skills to win this race. Charlie Cox and John Watson commentate.
3.25 Rallying Catalonia in north-eastern Spain is the venue for the fifth rou nd of the world championships. Commentary is by Tiff Needell and Mark James. Repeated tomorrow at 1.30pm
4.50 Curling Highlights from the finals of the world championships at the Braehead Arena in Glasgow. The commentators are Kirsty Hay and Hammy McMillan.
6.00 News Roundup
Television presentation (touring cars) Ken Burton and Mark Wilkin
Editor Michael Cole (W)
E-tailing- Can It Deliver? The internet share-price bubble is floating high on a hope: that e-commerce will boom. i Forecasts for internet retailing - e-tailing - predict that consumers will desert the high street and do much of their shopping online. Steve Levinson asks whether shoppers are really prepared to swap the supermarket trolley for the i mouse, and reports on the reliability of online retailers in getting the goods from store to door. Presented by Maya Even . ! Producer Louise Adamson ; Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys (S) As The Money Programme is topical, its subject matter may change
Latent Image. While using his holo-imaging device, the Doctor discovers that his short-term memory buffer has been tampered with and launches an investigation to find the person or thing responsible for the corruption.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is on Wednesday at 6.45pm (S)
Seven of Nine:
Continuing the weekly arts strand. Ends 9pm. '
Editor Peter Maniura
Review In tonight's discussion programme reflecting the current arts scene in Britain, presenter Mark Lawson is joined by Ian Hislop and Rosie Boycott to discuss the week's cultural highlights, including the film Boys Don't C<y(which won an Oscar for its star Hilary Swank ),
Kathleen Turner in the stage version of The Graduate, and Ann Widdecombe 's first novel The Clematis Tree.
Series producer Mark Bell ; Executive producer Mary Sackville-West
Continuing the series exploring how
Christ's image has been shaped over 2,000 years, presented by Neil MacGregor , director of London's National Gallery, The Baby. This week MacGregor travels from England to Italy, Germany and Peru to show the many ways in which artists have portrayed the birth of Christ. The image of the : wise men adoring the baby Jesus was appropriated over : the centuries by the rich and powerful and used to their advantage to portray a special relationship between rulers and Christ or, as in Peru, to bring the conquered people into the Christian world. See Choice.
Director Tim Robinson : Series producer Patricia Wheatley (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/history BBC BOOK: Seeing Salvation with 70 j colour pictures is available from retailers priced L25
Live coverage of the conclusion of this year's Masters from Augusta, Georgia. In the past many golfers have looked set for victory going into the last round, but the pressure and the difficult last nine holes - including the infamous Amen Corner - have ended many a dream.
Last year's winner was Spain's Jose Maria Olazabal who beat the American Davis Love III by two shots.
European golfers have won eight Green Jackets from the : last 12 tournaments, with Nick Faldo leading the way with three. Hopes that a British golfer will be in contention again this year will be high. The commentators are Peter Alliss , Alex Hay , Ken Brown and Dougie Donnelly , and the programme is introduced by Steve Rider. (S) 18238064 ;
Subsequent programmes may run late or change
Living Hell. Seriously wounded in a shooting incident,
Ben Kohler is given a revolutionary new cerebral chip.
However, he keeps experiencing hallucinatory flashes of violent acts and a brutal murder. Is he the perpetrator?
Featuring Sam Robards. Ends 1.20am. (R) (S) 5952294 ,
Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize: Religious Education 1-skills to understand and discuss religious issues. Languages 4.00 Get By in Spanish (part 1)
Working in Health and Care 5.00 Computer Skills Open University 6.00 English Only in America -why some
Americans want the use of English written into the Constitution. (S) 38132 6.30 A School for Our Times -life at a successful infantschool. Ends 7.00am. 11836 j
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