Josie d'Arby, Vernon Kay ,
Joe Mace and Lisa Rogers present a new live show which delves into the world of pop. Today, there's an exclusive interview with Britney Spears on her UK tour, Damage drop into the studio, plus a Radiohead fan gets the chance to go backstage at the band's Dublin concert.
Producer Jeremy Davies ; Executive producer Paul Smith (S) (W) TOW 2 is on Wednesday at 6pm
TOP OF THE POPS THE MAGAZINE: £1.50
Emma B presents the essential guide to finding the right university or college course, how to apply and what to expect when you get there. (S) HELPLINE: call free on [number removed]between 12.30 and 3.30pm today
Introduced by Dougie Donnelly.
1.35 Motorcycling Suzi Perry introduces the 13th and final round of the World Superbike championship from Brands Hatch. American Colin Edwards will be hoping to lift the crown, but is likely to face stern opposition from top riders, including Britain's Neil Hodgson. Commentary by Leigh Diffey and Steve Parrish.
3.25 Snooker The world's top players battle it out in the season's second-ranking tournament, the Grand Prix at the Telford International Centre. Clive Everton, John Virgo , Ray Edmonds , Dennis Taylor and Willie Thorne provide commentary on an event which was won last year by Scotland's John Higgins. (S)
4.40 Rugby Union Highlights of the European Cup Pool One clash between Northampton and Edinburgh from Franklins Gardens. Nigel Starmer-Smith commentates. Producer JonnyBramley (W)
Continuing the new the wildlife strand. Ends 6.45. Series producer Paul Appleby ; Wild editor Fiona Pitcher WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Wildscreen Festival 2000 - the Inside Story Seven of the world's top film-makers tell the stories behind the nature films they are showcasing at the UK's biennial Wildscreen Festival. Producer Paul Appleby (S)
Second in a four-part look at the polar bear population of the Canadian town of Churchill which comes into close contact with humans each winter.
Producers Lucy D'Auvergne and Joe Kennedy ; Series producer Paul Appleby (S) (W)
Camels Down Under. The intimate life story of a camel called Arumnu, tracing his adventures from birth through to maturity in the harsh world of the Australian outback. Narrated by Jonathan Coleman.
Director David Curl ; Series editor Neil Nightingale (S) (W)
Continuing the weekly cultural strand. Ends 8.50.
I Sold My Cadillac to Diana Dors - the Edmundo Ros Story Composer Michael Nyman traces the story of Edmondo Ros, the man who almost single-handedly introduced
Latin music to the British. A candid snapshot of a rich life, the programme is illustrated with a revealing archive of Ros's own extraordinary collection of home movies, plus a soundtrack of his music. See Choice.
Directors Chris Rawlence and Michael Nyman (S)
Mark Lawson is joined by poet and critic
Tom Paulin , journalist John O'Farrell and writer Bonnie Greer to discuss the week's cultural highlights, including the new film Memento, starring Guy Pearce and Carrie-Anne Moss , the second volume of the Alan Clark Diaries and the West End play The Guardsman.
Series producer Mark Bell (S)
Highlights from the last series, which saw Jeremy Clarkson engaging in provocative conversation with, among others, Germaine Greer , Will Carling , Melinda Messenger and Terry Wogan. Plus, potato bazookas, electrocuted pickles and exploding vacuum cleaners. A new series of Clarkson begins on Thursday at 10pm.
Director Broam Klein ; Producer Elaine Bedell (R) (S) (W)
S Comedy thriller starring Robert De Niro and Charles Grodin.
Bounty hunter Jack Walsh is just the man to bring embezzler Jonathan "Duke" Mardukas to justice. Down on his luck, the$100,000 fee is just what Jack needs, but the Mafia are also after his quarry.
Director Martin Brest (1988, 18) (S) (W) Films: pp 72-75 ****
Repeats are not indicated.
Secondary Schools 2.00 Intermediate 2 History/Higher Modern Studies
Languages 4.00 Deutsch Plus 1-4 (S)
Webwlse 2000 5.00 Get Webwise TV11 Teacher the Issues (W) 55326 5.30 Get Webwise TV12 Teachers-Hands On (W)
Open University 6.00 No Place to Hide (S) 49622 630 Putting Training to Work Britain and Germany Ends 7.00am. (S)
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