Repeats are not indicated.
6.10 The Art of the Restorer (S)
6.35 Psychology: Child's Play (S)
7.00 A Vulnerable Life (S)
Dark Matter. Searching mines for particles. (W)
Rick Stein discusses film director
Sam Peckinpah. (R) (S)
How animals tackle challenges while moving across land. With Chris Packham. (S) (W)
Rupert tries to rescue the school play. (S)
Animated series about a young aardvark. (R) (S)
9.05 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza plays vet to some penguins. (S)
9.30 The Journey of Allen Strange
Allen sends a signal home that is tracked by Shaw. (R) (S)
Tommy's grandpa takes part in a wrestling match. (S)
10.25 Student Bodies
Part-animated school comedy. (R) (S)
10.50 Big Wolf on Campus
Tommy decides to date the French-exchange student Carole. (S)
The Enterprise encounters a robot probe sent from Earth. (R) (S)
With Josie d'Arby, Joe Mace , Scott Mills and Lisa Rogers.
Series producer Gary August: Executive producer Paul Smith (S) (W) E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jon Craig with the political analysis programme for London and the South East. E-MAIL: email@example.com REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Presented by Steve Rider.
1.35 British Superbikes
Highlights of the recent meeting at Brands Hatch, where Steve Hislop was hoping to build upon his first-ever double win at Oulton Park. Barry Nutley and Roger Burnett commentate.
Action from the second day of the European Cup in Bremen. Great Britain's challenge is strong - Jonathan Edwards and Darren Campbell, competing in the triple jump and 200m respectively, are among those looking for a win ahead of August's world championships.
4.45 World Superbikes
Action from the latest round in the championship at San Marino. Australian rider Troy Corser dominated last year, though world champion Colin Edwards and Britain's Neil Hodgson will be hot on his heels. Presented by Suzi Perry, with commentary by Leigh Diffey and Steve Parrish.
Highlights from Greece of the Acropolis Rally, where Britain's Colin McRae and Richard Burns will be gunning for success. Mark James and Tiff Needell commentate. Repeated on Friday at 11.30am
(W) Website: [web address removed] BBC Magazine: Superbike available from retail outlets, price Â£3.95
May 1940: the Germans strike against Holland, a neutral country which has an indigenous Nazi movement, but also liberal traditions. Narrated by Laurence Olivier. (R) (S)
Allies and Lies. During the war in Bosnia, a United States fearful of a "body-bag backlash" refused to deploy troops, mobilising spies instead. However, when they then broke the embargo and re-armed one side, the fighting began again, resulting in 15,000 deaths and the beginning of the end for the North Atlantic Alliance. In an investigation spanning six countries, Sheena McDonald uncovers a series of incidents which have tested the Western Alliance to breaking point. Director/Producer David Hebditch (S) (W)
Beginning a new four-part series which reveals the inside story of the peace process in Northern Ireland, told through first-hand accounts by all the key players.
Bomb and the Ballot Box. In April 1981, Bobby Sands , an IRA prisoner on hunger strike, won a seat at Westminster, inadvertently starting the endgame in Northern Ireland. Galvanised by this success, Sinn Fein's leader,
Gerry Adams , was elected to Parliament in 1983, alarming Irish Prime Minister Garret FitzGerald , who eventually persuaded Mrs Thatcher to sanction the Anglo-Irish agreement by giving Dublin a small say in running Northern Ireland.
Director/Producer Mark Anderson (S) (W)
The documentary series exploring global subculture. Wrestling. Theroux immerses himself in the world of American professional wrestling, and pays the price for enquiringjust how much of the action is premeditated.
Director Ed Robbins : Executive producer David Mortimer (R) (S) (W)
Beginning a six-part sitcom starring Phil Cornwell and Peter Serafinowicz as landlords of London's least successful pub.
With Her Majesty due to visit the East End for its 500th anniversary, the pub arranges a cockney knees-up, with Chas 'n' Dave booked to appear. Featuring Kevin Eldon as Dodgy Phil, Simon Greenall, Kim Wall and Jennifer Hennesy.
Written by Tony Roche; Director Michael Cumming; Producer Jane Berthoud
(S) (W) WEBSITE: [web address removed]
In the final programme of the spoof documentary series, Roy Mallard prepares to fly with a major UK airline. Featuring Chris Langham, William Gaminara, Hywel Simons, Amy Robbins, Di Botcher and Carli Norris. Written/Directed by John Morton : Producer Paul Schlesinger (S) (W)
Graduates. Maggie believes Bob is the best person to give a careers talk. shown last Monday (R) (S) (W)
Game show in which contestants are asked to sort the false from the genuine, hosted by animated quiz-master Captain Z. Director/Producer Jake Yapp (S)
Biographical drama about a graffiti artist who became the talk of the New York art world, despite a heroin addiction that would soon dominate his life. Ends 1.15. Review page 51.
Director Julian Schnabel (1996, 15)(S)
Jean Michel Basquiat:
Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Pocket Guide to Parenting Plus (part 1)
4.00 The New Get By in French (part 1)
Working in the Media
5.00 TV 1 The Guide
6.00 Just an Illness (S) 47854
6.30 I Used to Work in the Fields
Ends 7.00am. (S)