Repeats are not indicated.
6.00 Imagining New Worlds (S)
6.25 Introduction to Psychology: Two Research Styles (S)
6.50 Just an Illness (S)
7.30 Living Doll - a Background to Shaw's Pygmalion (S)
News roundup, with Peter Dobbie and Sian Williams.
Weather at 8.25. (W)
The appeal of the Tyne bridge. (R) (S)
A look at how the body copes with extreme cold. (S)
Making Contact. Today, does alien life actually exists.
Are we really what we eat?
The effects of the modern labour market on families.
Findhorn. A visit to the spiritual community of Findhorn.
This week, a chat with a deaf person and favourite clips from the See Hear archive. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Wednesday at 2.25am on BBC1
David Soul goes sailing in Devon, Cliff Richard visits the Yorkshire Moors and Honor Blackman is in Cornwall. (R) (S)
Thunderbirds. The life of the unusual African ground hornbill. (R) (S)
The first of the semi-finals sees
Vlad the Impaler v Punjar, Dead Blow v Pressure Drop and Minion v Rammstein. (S)
Highlights of last year's grass-court championships. (S)
Coverage of the final of the women's tournament from
Eastbourne, where past winners have included
Martina Navratilova and Monica Seles.
Introduced by Sue Barker ,
Commentary by John Barrett ,
Virginia Wade and Jana Novotna. Producers Emma Josling , Chris Lewis
(W) Live coverage of Wimbledon starts on Monday at 12 noon
Classic comedy starring Wendy Craig and Geoffrey Palmer. Ria feels her family is taking her for granted.
Written by Carla Lane (R) (S)
Archive offerings including the Beach Boys, Big Country, Cyndi Lauper and the Kinks.
Shown last Wednesday (S)
Cheerleader. Reese resorts to extremity to attract a girl.
Shown yesterday (S) (W)
Drama. When rebellion breaks out in a newly independent
African state, the sergeants' mess of a mixed Anglo-African regiment, under the command of RSM Lauderdale, becomes a haven for refugees.
Widescreen. Review page 47.
Director John Guillermin
(1964) (BW) (S) (W)
Lt Col Deal:
Ken Burns 's series tracing the history of jazz, narrated by Keith David , continues with tonight's double bill.
Risk. The postwar years bring prosperity to America, but Cold War threatens nuclear annihilation. In jazz, this underlying tension is reflected in the broken rhythms of bebop and the troubled life of its biggest star Charlie
"Bird" Parker. Meanwhile, audiences swoon over a new singer-Frank Sinatra. (S)
8.00 Irresistible. Visionary pianist Thelonius Monk infuses his music with his own eccentricity, while John Lewis and his Modern Jazz Quartet refine bebop's balance, while the new mellow sound of cool jazz emerges and Miles Davis unveils his own innovative musical direction.
The series continues on Monday at 11.20pm (S)
In this instalment of the repeated series focusing on the 1970s, cult cartoon characters Roobarb and Custard tell the story of the year when they made their TV debut. Using new animation from creator Bob Godfrey and narration by Richard Briers, the show features Roobarb introducing the stars of 1974, from The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman, to the Wombles and dancing sensations Pans People. Other delights from the year include freeze-dried food, early computer game Pong and the rise of the Ford Capri MK2, the patron car of Essex.
DirectorDavidFTurnbull;SeriesproducerAlanBrown (R) (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/ilove BBC MUSIC: soundtrack CD now available
Continuing the rerun of the second series of the comedy show starring Kathy Burke and James Dreyfus.
Tom and Linda are both unlucky in love after getting new jobs and failing for their leading men.
(R) (S) (W)
Sharp American satire on the war between good and evil. Bob's Father. Bob learns that his father is gravely ill and makes the journey to be at his deathbed. (S)
Western. Ambitious lawman Howard Nightingale tries to improve his political prospects by leading a posse in pursuit of wily bank robber Jack Strawhorn. But he's more than a match for the law. Widescreen. Review page 47.
Director Kirk Douglas (1975) (S) (W)
Wesley Bo Hopkins:
Bruce Dern Krag:
Oscar-winning drama. Despite the best efforts of his brother and his girlfriend, Don Birnam is an alcoholic. He soon resorts to stealing money to finance his descent into drink-fuelled oblivion. Ends 2.00. Review page 47.
Director Billy Wilder (1945) (BW) (S)
Helen St James:
Nat the bartender:
Repeats are not indicated. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone Summer Sites Film 2 Ends 5.00am.