Presented by Steve Rider.
Live coverage of the final round in the Scottish Open at Loch Lomond, which could prove a useful form guide to the Open, starting Thursday at Muirfield.
The second leg of this year's three-regatta rowing World Cup, from Lucerne, with Matthew Pinsett and James Cracknell leading Britain's challenge in the men's coxless pairs.
The final day of the European trials and AAA championships in Birmingham. Presented by Roger Black , commentary from Steve Cram , Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster , Stuart Storey and John Regis and reports from Sally Gunnell.
Also on today's programme, news of the Irish Oaks.
First in a three-part series evaluating the progress since July 2000 of a Government plan to improve the National Health Service with a radical set of reforms.
Waiting Patiently. Doctors, nurses and managers on the medical front-line discuss the impact of new targets for crucial areas of the NHS, such as waiting times, for one London teaching hospital. Narrated by Greta Scacchi.
Producer Joanna Bartholomew ; Editor Anne Tyerman
Second of a three-part Second World War series exploring the desperate struggle for survival on a hostile ocean.
Keeping Secrets. In the first 18 months of war, German U-boats sank more than three million tons of shipping. Eyewitness testimony, archive film and reconstructions illuminate the story of how Allied intelligence fought back against the killers in the deep, helped by the seizure of an Enigma code machine and cipher material.
Producer Andrew Williams ; Executive producer Laurence Rees BBC BOOK: The Battle of the Atlantic by Andrew Williams , £16.99 Hell on the high seas: page 22
Elvis Presley 's Gl Jacket. The story of the paint-smeared jacket given away for beer that was recently put up for auction with a reserve price of £10,000. With Mark Lamarr. Director Merryn Threadgould ; Series producer Tom Ware Another Celebrity Relics is on Tuesday at 9.50pm.
6pm-7pm. Jack and Mason discover there is something sinister happening in a place called Saugus. The series continues at 10.45pm on BBC Choice.
Repeated on Friday at 11.30pm on BBC Choice
Dr Phil Parslow:
Three Words. Aftertalking his way back on to an X File case, Mulder soon finds himself out of his depth.
Assist Director Skinner:
Deputy Director Kersh:
Cult science-fiction drama, starring David Bowie.
A humanoid alien from another planet mysteriously arrives in New Mexico. Calling himself Thomas Jerome Newton , he rapidly amasses a vast fortune through revolutionary inventions - money he hopes will enable him to return to his family on his home planet. But Newton's success arouses the curiosity of a professor who could reveal the visitor's true identity. Widescreen. Review page 52.
Director Nicolas Roeg (1976.18) Andrew Collins on rock stars who become actors: page 52
Thomas Jerome Newton:
Captain James Lovell:
Repeats are not indicated.
Wild World 2.00 Backyard World, featuring Living Britain Languages 4.00 Get by in French (part 1)
Working In Retail 5.00 Internet Retailing
Open University 6.00 Putting Training to Work: Britain and America 66684 6.30 Children, Science and Commonsense
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