Solomon (part 1). With his father
I King David dying, Solomon finds ! his succession to the throne under grave threat from his half-brother, Adoniah, as well as the treacherous General Joab.
! Concludes tomorrow at 7.50am. I For cast see tomorrow (S)
I series aboutthe little fellow who lives in a clock. (R)
The animated adventures of four humans and a dog in the Dream Zone. (R)
Comedy about a young genius. Mo has to remain calm while staying with the Hendersons.8544507
Neri and Jason find a way to get
; inside the submerged wreckage of the spacecraft. (R)
A fun-filled ride through world history led by a new collection of cartoon characters. Today's topic is the American Revolution.
Live-action series about a teenage alien stranded on Earth. Allen makes sacrifices to save Josh and the planet from the wormhole.
More live-action adventures with the Bourke family in rural Australia. Ned and Dannie discover the value of their friendship as they try to survive a flood.
In the run-up to the mayoral elections on 4 May, presenter Shaun Ley asks if the new
London Assembly will work with or against the mayor. REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Science-fiction adventure series.
A Bug's Life. Rygel and Chiana inadvertently free a deadly invisible agent on board a Peacekeeper commando ship.
! Shown last Monday (S)
Craig Charles and Philippa Forrester host the grand final of ' the metal-mangling competition, which sees Chaos 2 in combat with fierce rivals Hypnodisc, Firestorm and Steg-o-saw-us.
Shown last Friday (S)
Introduced by Dougie Donnelly from Sheffield.
1.05 Basketball Highlights of the semi-finals in the Conference play-offs, featuring the top four teams from the Northern and Southern leagues. Manchester Giants will be seeking to avenge defeats by London Towers and Sheffield Sharks in two of the season's cup competitions.
2.05, 6.45 World Snooker
Further coverage from the Crucible in Sheffield as the world championship reaches the I second round. Scots have lifted the trophy for the past two
[ years. Can they make it a hat trick of titles? Commentary is by Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds ,
Dennis Taylor and John Virgo. (S)
5.50 Motorcycling Action from Phillip Island in Australia of the second round of the World
Superbike championship. Briton Carl Fogarty , seeking his fifth title, has ground to make up after a disappointing start in South Africa. Introduced bySuzi , Perry. Commentary by Leigh ! Diffey and Steve Parrish.
I Editor Michael Cole (W)
Continuing the weekly arts strand. Ends 9pm.
; Editor Peter Maniura
The Conversation The first programme in an occasional series that allows viewers to eavesdrop on head-to-head discussions between two prominent figures in the world of the arts. Tonight, provocative journalist and novelist Will Self talks to director and film maker Mike Leigh.
Self has written several novels and short stories, including Great Apes and The Quantum Theory of Insanity, while Leigh worked in TV to great acclaim before enjoying big-screen success with films such as Naked, Palme d'Or winner Secrets and Lies and the more recent Topsy-Turvy. Director Janet Fraser Crook
Executive producer Mary Sackville-West (S)
8.10 Seeing Salvation Concluding the series exploring how
Christ's image has been shaped over 2,000 years.
The Promise. Neil MacGregor looks at how artists have produced work based on Christ's death, resurrection and promise of eternal salvation. Startingwith DeadChrist-a painting of Jesus in the tomb - by Renaissance artist
Hans Holbein the Younger, MacGregor examines potent images from around the world that have been inspired by the story of Christ following his death, and discusses the use of Christian imagery with contemporary artists.
Director Tim Robinson ; Series producer Patricia Wheatley (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/history BBC BOOK: Seeing Salvation, available for only £20 including P&P (normally £25). To order, send a cheque, payable to RT Shop, to:[address removed]or call [number removed]. Call charged at the national rate.
Irreverent topical news quiz presented by Angus Deayton , with regular team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton.
Shown last Friday (S)
Further action from the second round of this year's world championship, introduced from the Crucible theatre in Sheffield by David Vine. (S)
! Western, the first of a double bill starring James Gamer.
I Tombstone, Arizona, 1881. Following the shootout at the ' OK Corral, Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday are arrested for killing three members of the notorious Clanton gang.
When the case against the men is dismissed, the gang's ruthless leader Ike Clanton swears revenge and begins a vendetta against Earp and his family. Widescreen. Director John Sturges (1967) (S)
Films: pp 66-74 ****
Curly Bill Brocius:
Mystery thriller, concluding the double bill starring
James Gamer. Featuring an appearance by kungfu master
Bruce Lee. For private investigator Philip Marlowe , an apparently fruitless missing person's case reveals a trail of murder involving a gangster and his TV star mistress. Ends 1.40am.
Director Paul Bogart (1969) (S) Films: pp 66-74 ****
Lt Christy French:
Grant W Hicks:
Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize: French (part 2) -examining work and the international world.
Languages 4.00 75th Anniversary: a Celebration - Tony Slattery tours the BBC language learning archive.
I Working in Hearth and Care 5.00 Computer Skills -the use of IT ! in the health and care sectors.
! Open University 6.00 A Lesson in Progress? - a look at the French and English primary education systems.
6.30 Learning to Care - how a Scottish local authority improved provisions for pre-school children. Ends 7.00am. (S)