With Bill Tumbull , Sian Williams. Continues at 9am.
A debate asking if the police should carry guns as a matter of course. Plus Deaf News. With sign language, in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 3.40am on BBC1
Tim Sebastian interviews IOC boss Jacques Rogge.
Continued from BBC1. Guests include Pop Idol's Nikki Chapman and Robot Wars presenters Craig Charles and Philippa Forrester. Music from Papa Roach. Plus the final episode of S Club 7 - Don't Stop Movin'
BBCi: interactive features are available to digital viewers S Club 7 - Don't Stop Movin' is repeated tomorrow at 10am
Doyen of vegetarian food Jane Sen joins Gregg Wallace to prepare three vegan dishes: alfalfa-and-avocado salad with sesame mayo, onion tart with green beans, and braised apricots with cashew cream.
Senes producer Sara Kozak
First of three programmes in which P-Y Gerbeau, who was brought in from Eurodisney to run the Millennium Dome, explores the world of business. Today, how can struggling football clubs stay afloat?
Adventure, starring Richard Greene as the intrepid
Captain Scarlett, who fights royal tyranny in post-Napoleonic France. Review page 53.
Director Thomas Car (1953. U)
3-15 Athletics After the return of Athletics Focus, Roger Black presents action from the Commonwealth Games trials, taking place in Manchester.
5.00 Tennis Sue Barker presents semi-final action from Queen's Club, London. Producer (athletics) Martin Webster
Editor Michael Cole Mark Lewis-Francis makes his matte p30
Highlights from Horse Guards in London of the annual military spectacular, during which the Queen took her salute as the Queen's Colour of the 1st Battalion Scots Guard was trooped in honour of her official birthday.
Edward Stourton and Simon Weston describe the scene.
Producer Julie Heptonstall ; Executive producer David Pickthaii
First in a two-part profile of Japanese film-maker Akira Kurosawa , looking at his childhood, early career and emergence as a major director during the American occupation. Kurosawa's samurai roots and traumatic early experiences inftuenced many of his films, including Rashomon, which brought him international fame after it won the Golden Lion at the 1951 Venice Film Festival.
Narrated by Sam Shepard with readings from Kurosawa's autobiography by Paul Scofield. Concludes next Saturday.
Director Adam Low : Editor David Kitson
Lightning in a Bottle. Finance is not easy to come by when a film is budgeted at$100m and the box-office results are impossible to predict - big-name vehicles such as End of Days flopped while the ideas of children such as Shrek exceeded all expectations. Contributions in the second of a three-part look inside the US film industry come from director Oliver Stone , actors Pierce Brosnan and Ben Stiller and writer Akiva Goldsman , Oscar winner with A Beautiful Mind. Narrated by Mariella Frostrup.
Director Philip Day: Executive producers David Dariow , Nick Ware
One of Britain's top entertainers, who died in 1992, is the subject of tonight's edition of the occasional Reputations series. Friends and colleagues - including Jonathan Ross , Griff Rhys Jones , Eric Sykes and Ian Carmichael - recall
Howerd's career and a turbulent life marred by depression, money worries, a complicated sexuality- and the LSDassisted therapy that uncovered shocking and painful memories. An episode of the comedy Up Pompeii follows. Director David FTurnbull ; Executive producer Jenny Abbott
An episode first shown in 1970 of the bawdy comedy.
Lurcio has the weekend off, but will anything go his way?
Written by Talbot Rothwell ; Producer Sydney Lotterby
Thriller from the director of Spider-Man. Three people living in small town Minnesota discover a crashed plane that contains a dead pilot and over$4million in cash. They decide to steal the money, but their plan soon begins to backfire. Widescreen. Review page 53.
Director Sam Raimi (1998. 15) Barry Norman on Billy Bob Thomton : page 54
FBI agent Renkins:
Crime thriller. Kansas City, 1931: kidnapped heiress
Barbara Blandish falls prey to the notorious Grissom Gang. But, although the million-dollar ransom is paid, Miss
Blandish is not released. Widescreen. Review page 53.
Director Robert Aldrich (1971, 15)
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