Roger Black introduces live coverage from Munich of the men's marathon, which starts at 12 noon. Defending champion Stefano Baldini of Italy is in good shape to retain his European title, having set a personal and European best time this season by finishing sixth at the London Marathon. Jon Brown is Britain's main contender. Sally Gunnell and Phil Jones report, while Steve Cram ,
Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster and John Regis commentate. www.bbc.co.uk/athletics
Adventure, starring Glenn Ford, Ann Sheridan and Zachary Scott.
An American adventurer is forced to undertake a dangerous jungle trek with four convicts and two antagonistic hostages. Review page 41. Director Jacques Tourneur (1953, U)
Britain's Laura Davies will be hopingto be up there with the leaders as the Women's British Open championship reaches its climax. World number one Annika Sorenstam of Sweden and last year's winner, Korea's Se Ri Pak , are likely to be among the front-runners. Hazel Irvine introduces the coverage, Peter Alliss , Ken Brown , Alex Hay , Beverly Lewis and Maureen Madill commentate. www.bbc.co.uk/golf
Adventure. In 1905, a rebellion on India's North West frontier threatens the life of a Hindu prince. Captain Scott, a British officer, rescues the boy and sets out with a small group on an old locomotive, making a perilous journey through rebel territory. Widescreen. Review page 41.
Director J Lee Thompson (1959, U)
The second of a three part series chronicling the story of reggae. Rebel Music. A look at the seventies' "roots" period, an era of political upheaval in Jamaica and social commentary in music which saw Bob Marley become the country's greatest superstar. As this programme illustrates, it also saw the birth of dub with King Tubby, the continuing influence of producer Lee "Scratch" Perry, the unlikely alliance between punk and reggae, as well as lovers' rock, a peculiarly British take on reggae. Among those bearing witness are Jimmy Cliff , Bunny Wailer , Burning Spear, Rita Marley , Gregory Isaacs and John Lydon.
Series producer Mike Connolly ; Executive producer Mark Cooper wwiv.bbc.co.uk/reggae TOTP2 is a reggae special on Tuesday at 6.20pm BBC2 BBC BOOK: Reggae: the Story of Jamaican Music, by Lloyd Bradley and Dennis Morris. £15.99 from all good bookshops or via www.bbcshop.com
Belarus. The ancient forests of Belarus are a last reminder of how the whole of Northern Europe once looked. In the vast wilderness of the Naliboki forest, where thousands of Jews lived off the land after escaping the Nazis,
Ray Mears embarks on an emotionally draining experience in the second of the six-part rerun of the series exploring survival strategies for inhospitable environments.
Producer Martin Pallthorpe : Series producer Dick Coltfiurst
10-llpm. In the penultimate episode, David and Patty finally get together, while Nina and Tony believe they're close to finding a mole in the CTU. BBC Choice is showing a re-run of the entire series starting on Monday at 9pm.
Alone. When Doggett disappears during an investigation, Mulder defies orders and searches for him.
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Director Roger Vadim 's cult, sixties, sci-fi fantasy. A beautiful young astronaut uses the power of love to fight the forces of evil. Widescreen. Review page 42.
President of Earth:
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Wild World 2.00 Changing World, featuring The State of the Planet - David Attenborough asks if there is a crisis? Languages 4.00 Talk Italian (parts 1-4)
Working In Sport and Leisure 5.00 Football Business
Open University 6.00 After the Revolution 28183 6.30 The Rinuccini Chapel, Florence
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