Presented by Suzi Perry and Roger Black.
1.30,5.00 Motorcycling The World Superbike championship reaches round eight with live action from San Marino's Misano circuit. Britain's Neil Hodgson broke the lap record here last year, and he will have to be in similar form if he is to make any impact on world champion Troy Bayliss 's current lead in the standings. Steve Parrish and Charlie Cox provide the commentary.
2.20 Athletics Coverage of the final day of the European Cup in Annecy, France. Britain's Jonathan Edwards ,
Phillips Idowu and Larry Achike will be looking for strong performances today in the triple jump, while Paula Radcliffe , Jo Pavey and Kathy Butler are all contenders for the women's 5000m.
Steve Cram, Brendan Foster, Stuart Storey, Paul Dickenson, Sally Gunnell and John Regis provide the commentary.
TV presentation (motorcycling) Belinda Rogerson : Editor Michael Cole
A 1972 episode of the comedy, written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson and starring Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. A Star is Born. Harold joins the local amateur dramatics society, but is faced with competition for the limelight.
Producer John Howard Davies Postponed from 2 June
An episode from the first series from 1973 of the slapstick comedy, starring Michael Crawford and Michele Dotrice. Love Thy Neighbour. When Frank attempts to cross the road and phone the doctor, mayhem ensues.
Written by Raymond Allen ; Producer Michael Mills
Despite international aid being sent to Iraq, Saddam Hussein continues to insist that his people are falling victim to western sanctions. In this Correspondent investigation, reporter John Sweeney travels to northern Iraq to discover why desperately needed medicines are failing to get through to the people who need them.
Producer Will Daws; Series producer Simon Finch
The second in a three-part series exploring the development of bio-technology and its controversial application to the production of genetically modified food.
Seeds of Anger. How moves by giant chemical companies into the European market were met with determined resistance and the threat of a trade war.
Producer Katherine Quarmby : Executive producer Glynn Jones
Mears travels to two of the coldest places on earth - Baffin Island and Siberia. Both are at the very limit of human habitation, but the indigenous people there have developed extraordinary skills that allow them to live year-round in relative comfort.
3pm-4pm. The noose tightens around the necks of Jack and Palmer. The series continues at 10.45pm on BBC Choice.
Repeated on Friday at 12.45am on BBC Choice
Sherry Palmer Penny:
Thriller set in the Australian outback starring Stacy Keach and Jamie Lee Curtis.
Following reports of a series of murders, a trucker decides to investigate. Widescreen. Review page 51.
Director Richard Franklin (1981.15)
Repeats are not indicated.
Wild World 2.00 Backyard World, featuring Living Britain - in the first of a new season showcasing some of the best programmes from the BBC Natural History Unit, producer Alastair Fothergill presents programmes celebrating British nature. Languages 4.00 Talk Italian (parts 1-4) Working In Retail 5.00 Career Guides
Open University 6.00 The Challenge: to Engineer a Million 39637 6.30 A Meeting of Minds
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