With Chris Eakin and Jane Hill.
Timetable as Monday (S)
Music with Debbie. The Tubbies see some children singing
SOngS. (R) (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/teletubbies
Steve Rider, Sue Barker and Sharron Davies introduce live swimming action from Sydney. NOTE: events may alter the following timings.
Including at 9.00 women's 200m breaststroke final; 9.20 men's 200m backstroke final; lD-t5 women's 100m freestyle final, in which Britain's Sue Rolph should be competing; lfl.25 men's 200m individual medley final. Andy Jameson and Adrian Moorhouse commentate.
(S) WEBSITE: [web address removed]
BBC BOOK: The BBC Guide to the Olympics 2000, price Â£5.99
On the final day of the Liberal Democrats' Bournemouth conference, Sian Williams is joined by Simon Hughes for the morning's debate on health. Plus, full coverage of Liberal Democrat leader
Charles Kennedy 's speech. (S) E-MAIL: conference2OOO@bbc.co.uk Website: www.bbc.co.uk/news
Ends 1.30. Park A new tunnel appears in the park. (R)
Peggy Patch, Why Bird and Poppy make tray gardens for the village flower show. (R)
All the latest business and consumer developments.
Blast from the Past. Dr Sloan and his son are faced with a dangerous situation when they come under threat from a convicted killer on parole - but things get worse when they over-react. (R) (S)
Physician Heal Thyself. When a young girl dies after an abortion performed by a drunk doctor, Quincy faces a conspiracy of silence from the medical profession who are protecting the guilty surgeon. (R) (S)
Presented by John Inverdale and Clare Balding.
4.00 Basketball Highlights from the Lithuania v USA game. The
USA have won the gold medal at the last two Olympics, but without stars like
Michael Jordan and Shaquille O'Neal , how will they fare? Commentary is by Jon Champion.
4.30 Tennis Highlights of all the latest action, with commentary from John Barrett and John Lloyd.
5.00 Football Garth Crooks rounds up the latest results in the football tournament.
Quiz, hosted by Anne Robinson , in which nine contestants face quick-fire questions to win a top prize of £10,000. (S) (W)
Monsters. Isabel tries to prevent Maria telling Sheriff
Valenti that she, Max and Michael are aliens.
Repeated next Saturday (S) John Peel: page 15
Graduation Day (part 2). As graduation looms, Angel lies close to death, putting Buffy in a dangerous position.
Repeated tomorrow 11.25pm (S)
Jambo Hutton. How two villages, one in Somerset and one in Kenya, became twinned as a result of a British holidaymaker's chance meeting with a Kenyan villager. The two men's friendship led to a classroom being built in Kenya by British workers plus an official twinning ceremony.
Producer James Macalpine First shown on BBC West (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/homeground
The series ends with a special programme from Boscombe Down in Wiltshire, the testing ground for Britain's top secret aircraft. Alain de Cadenet flies a specially modified Harrier and Julian Tutt discovers the latest developments in low-level flying. Plus a report on a unique Tornado.
Executive producer Peter Hylton Cleaver (S) (W)
Vicki Butler-Henderson finds out why the motoring world is talking about the new Vauxhall VX220, while Jason Barlow test drives the new Peugeot 607. Meanwhile, Tiff Needell proves that the Audi RS4 estate is definitely not boring.
Producer John Wilcox ; Series producer Richard Pearson (S) (W)
Continuing the series about the Special Operations Executive. This week's edition reveals how secret agents' messages were received and decoded by young women known as Fanys (First Aid Nursing Yeomanry). And a former member of the German intelligence radio detection unit speaks about his secret work to detect and capture the agents, which would often end in torture and death. See Choice.
Director Jonathan Dent : Senes producer David Darlow (S) (W) BBC BOOK: Secret Agent, available in hardback, price £16.99
Continuing the story of one of Britain's first "superheads". Halfway through the first term at the inner London school that he is charged with transforming, "superhead" Torsten Friedag faces a difficult challenge as a pupil riot breaks out. Director Simon Dickson : Executive producer Robert Thirkell (S) (W) 13
The day's news stories, presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Including at 11.00 News headlines. (S)
Monstrous. Ian and Lisa discover that nude photos of them have been pinned up all over the village.
Further cast on Wednesday (R) (S) (W)
Presented by Hazel Irvine , Roger Black and Sharron Davies.
NOTE: events may alter the following timings.
12.00 Swimming Tonight's action in the pool sees heats in the women's 50m freestyle and the men's 1500m freestyle plus 4xl00m medley. Commentary from Andy Jameson and Adrian Moorhouse.
2.15 Rowing Highlights will include the men's and women's lightweight double sculls semi-finals.
Commentary by Garry Herbert and Dan Topolski.
Open Science 3.00 Jets and Black Holes (S)
Curriculum Development 3.30 Citizenship: Across and Beyond - effective ways to teach citzenship across the curriculum. Languages 4.00 Spain Inside Out (part 5): Talk Spanish (parts 5-6)
Working In the Community 5.00 Computer Skills - how IT is used in a range of organisations. Ends 6.00am.