Repeats are not indicated.
6.05 A Global Culture? (S)
6.30 Open Advice Surviving the Exam (S) 9645652 6.55 African Renaissance (S)
Science on Ice. How American skaters uncovered Russia's secrets of success.
Two computer salesmen try to construct a semiconductor transistor.
A look at prehistoric astronomy, and investigating black holes with virtual reality. (W)
A beginners' course. (R)
BBC Course Packs: Talk French book, Â£6.99: book and cassette pack, Â£14.99
Ends 11.25. An extended Sunday edition. (R) (S)
Animated arctic adventures. (R)
Animated animal antics. (R) (S)
More mischief with the rebellious boy. (R) (S)
Comedy-drama about a girl who finds a life-altering opal. (S)
The children continue their quest to find the syncronium. (R) (S)
Animated series based on the Peanuts strip. (R)
Here Comes the Judge. Philip's campaign to become a judge is hindered by Will's criminality. Another episode tomorrow at 6.20pm
Romantic drama. A cryptic message from an elderly lady and a captivating photograph from 1912 lead playwright Richard Collierto travel back through time.
Director Jeannot Szwarc (1980, PG)
(S) Films: pp 60-64 ***
William Fawcett Robinson:
Introduced by Ray Stubbs.
1-35, 4.50 Motorcycling Suzi Perry introduces highlights of the penultimate round in the World Superbikes championship from Oschersleben in Germany. With commentary from Leigh Diffey and Roger Burnett.
2.00 Racing/Olympic News
Beginning today's coverage of three Arc trials from Longchamp, plus the latest news from Sydney in the build-up to the Olympics.
2.45 Touring Cars Coverage from Oulton Park of today's rounds 21 and 22 of the British Touring Car championship. Commentary from Charlie Cox and John Watson.
4.30 Racing Further action from the Arc trials at Longchamp.
5.15 News Roundup Results. TV Presentation (Touring Cars)
Mark Wilkin (W)
The final episode of the comedy starring Frankie Howerd.
Blow Out. Private Potts has to defuse an unexploded bomb.
Continuing the digitally-remastered broadcast of the cult supermarionation series from Gerry Anderson.
Pit of Peril. Sidewinder, a prototype armoured vehicle, disappears into a massive burning pit.
Director Desmond Saunders (R) (S) Alison Graham 's TV review: page 48
Equinox (parti). Voyager encounters another Federation starship, the USS Equinox, also stranded in the Delta Quadrant. But Equinox holds a sinister secret.
The original series of Star Trek continues on Tuesday at 6pm (S)
In the first of a new 12-part series, presenter Mark Lawson is joined by Germaine Greer and Tom Paulin to discuss the week's cultural highlights. Up for examination this week are the new Coen brothers film O Brother, Where Art Thou?, the latest novel from JG Ballard, and Simon Russell Beale in Hamlet at the National Theatre, London. Series producer Mark Bell (S) (W)
Art critic and cultural commentator Robert Hughes returns home to assess his native Australia.
After Trousers. This week Hughes considers the relations between Aboriginal people and white culture, looking back at the first contact between the native and settler communities, a time known to Aborigines as "after trousers". Director Richard Curson Smith ; Series producer
Christopher Spencer (S) (W)
Expert photographers reveal the tricks of their trade.
Director Edwina Vardey ; Producer Niall Fraser (R) (S) Another episode can be seen on Tuesday at 10.20pm
Another chance to see the anarchic comedy written by and starring Rik Mayall and Ade Edmondson.
'S Up. Richie and Eddie look after the local corner shop for a day. But will their job stop them watching the cricket? Director/Producer Ed Bye (R) (S)
A repeat showing of last Friday's concluding episode of the comedy series about a large and chaotic Irish family. Away to Chelsea. Ma persuades Da go to see their son Damien playing football at her beloved Chelsea. Written by Owen O'Neill
Producer Claudia Lloyd ; Director John Birkin (R) (S) (W)
Drama starring Bob Hoskins. Former boxer Alan Darcy sets up a boxing club to provide purpose in life for bored local youths. Soon Darcy is training his recruits for an upcoming match against a rival club. Widescreen.
Director Shane Meadows (1997, 15) (BW) (S) (W) Films: pp 60-64 ***
Barry Norman on Bob Hoskins : page 52
A look at the success of the two brothers responsible for such award-winning films as Barton Fink and Fargo.
Tracing their idiosyncratic vision from their 1984 debut Blood Simple to their latest feature, Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?, the documentary features interviews with friends, family and some of their regular stars.
Producer Sarah Aspinall ; Executive producer Andrea Miller (S) (W)
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.25 Code and Catastrophe (S)
12.55 Galois' Enduring Legacy. Ends 1.55am. (S)
Teenagers and Families 2.00 Living with Teenagers 2 Languages 4.00 The French Experience (parts 1-4) Working Essentials 5.00 Computer Skills
Open University 6.00 English, English Everywhere (S)
6.30 Musical Prodigies? Ends 7.00am. (S)