Repeats are not indicated.
6.00 Fortress Europe (S)
6.30 Mining for Science (S)
6.55 Cyberwar (S)
Shakers. How vibration leaves us shaken and stirred.
Two trawler captains take a trip 50 years back in time and try to cope without radar and radio.
Newscaster John Suchet enthuses over Beethoven. (R) (W)
A beginners' course. (R)
BBC Course Packs: Talk French book, Â£6.99; book and cassette pack, Â£14.99
Polar-bear animated antics. (R) (S)
More mischief with the rebellious boy. (R) (S)
Comedy-drama about a girl who finds a life-altering opal. (R) (S)
Neri insists that the search for the syncronium continues. (R) (S)
Animation. The Mask teams up with the cartoon-like Goofalotatots to drive the city officials crazy. (R) (S)
Last in the series.The Trykloids are closing in on Delport.
How I Spent My Summer Vacation When Will refuses to adopt a more conservative image, Philip makes him leave. (R) (S) Another episode on Friday at 6.45pm
I Love You Baby (part 2). Two men accidentally steal a baby from a hospital. How will they cope with the newborn child? (S)
Family adventure. Seattle, ! 1897: John Thornton , 22, ! leaves his wealthy father's lumber mill determined to find his own fortune and, lured by tales of the Gold Rush, heads for the Yukon. En route, he comes across a alsatian dog and becomes obsessed with acquiring it.
Director Alan Smithee [Michael Uno ]
(1993) (S) Films: pp 52-60 **
Introduced by Sue Barker.
1.35 Olympic News Updates on British competitors.
1.50 Golf Ken Brown presents highlights of last week's British Boys' championship from the Hillside course on Merseyside.
2.05, 2.40, 3.10 Racing Clare Balding introduces three live races from Goodwood featuring the Prestige Stakes at 3.15, plus starts at 2.15 and 2.45.
Commentary Jim McGrath , Willie Carson and Angus Loughran.
2.25, 2.55, 3.25 Show Jumping Action from the world famous
Hickstead Derbywhich has been won by some of the greatest ' showjumpers in history.
Commentary from Michael Tucker and Stephen Hadley.
6.00 News Roundup Results. TV presentation (show jumping)
Chris Lewis ; Editor Michael Cole (W)
Arizona. Tonight, survival expert Ray Mears treks through the harsh environment of the Arizona desert, following a route that Geronimo, the famous Apache warrior, may have used many times. (R) (S) (W)
Relativity. The crew of a time ship from the future recruit
Seven to attempt to prevent the future destruction of Voyager. The original series of Star Trek continues on Tuesday at 6pm (S)
An episode from the fourth series of the classic comedy. Suit Yourself. For ever on the look out to improve their self-sufficient way of life, Tom and Barbara find an innovative use for nettles and wool.
For cast see yesterday at 7.35pm (R) (S)
Four Seasons. Deborah Bull introduces a performance by the National Ballet of Canada. Choreographed by James Kudelka from Vivaldi's popular concerto, the ballet tells the story of a man's life from the springtime of youth to the winter of old age. Rex Harrington dances the lead.
Director Barbara Willis Sweete (S) (W)
Nannies. Tonight, child-minding tricks of the trade including how an alarm clock can guarantee a good night's sleep.
Series producer Alexandra Fraser (R) (S)
The first of a new six-part documentary series in which cultural commentator Robert Hughes returns to Australia to assess the state of the country ahead of the Olympics. Body and Soul. In the first programme Hughes asks whether Australia is truly a hedonistic nation or if its outward appearance belies a deep puritanical streak.
Contains some nudity and strong language. See Choice. Director Richard Curson Smith : Series producer Christopher Spencer
(S) (W) Polly Toynbee : page 16
Concluding the rerun of the five-part documentary series following life and work in the Merseyside police force.
A Fair Cop? Detective Chief Inspector Elmore Davies is arrested and charged with corruption. After 30 years on the force, Davies finds himself in the dock with some unusual company: television celebrity Mike Ahearne -
Warrior from Gladiators and a local gangster, Tony Bray. Producer Jenny Crowther ; Series producer David Hart (R) (S)
Anotherchance to see last Friday's episode of the comedy series about a large and chaotic Irish family.
Dirty Book Deal. John F decides to learn to read and write. The series continues on Friday at 10pm (R) (S) (W) .
Mariella Frostrup and guests review highlights of the third week of the Edinburgh Festival, including the new Coen brothers film 0 Brother, Where Art Thou ? starring George Clooney , and a new production of Wagner's Das Rheingold. Producer Andrew Lockyer ; Executive producer May Miller
Edinburgh Comedy continues on Friday at 11.20pm (W) WEBSITE: www.edinburghfestivals.co.uk
The first of two programmes in which Trevor Nelson presents highlights from Europe's biggest carnival including performances on the Radio 1 stage.
Final programme tomorrow at 11.20pm (S) (W)
Caught in the Act. A chaste student is enveloped by a strange alien power that gives her a voracious sexual appetite.
Starring Alyssa Milano. (R) (S)
Repeats are not indicated.
Teenagers and Families 2.00 Today's Families 1 Languages 4.00 Italianissimo (parts 1-4) Working Essentials 5.00 Computer Skills
Open University 6.00 English, English Everywhere (S)
6.30 Children and New Technology Ends 7.00am. (S)