First in a new ten-part series celebrating the great outdoors. Grow to Eat. Today, presenter Joe Swift is at Ryton Organic
Gardens in Warwickshire, finding out about unusual edible plants.
Plus in a repeated episode of Clarissa and the Countryman, how farmers are diversifying into less traditional forms of food production. And in Garden Hopping, the allotment that's a community in its own right. Producer Emma Richardson ; Series producer Vanessa Jackson
Presented by John Inverdale.
1.00 G Two An interactive look at the week's sporting news and headline-makers, with a preview of the week ahead, plus debate on sporting issues. email@example.com
1.45 Sailing News of Cowes
Week, Isle of Wight, with a clutch of Sydney gold medallists expected to be in contention.
Presented by Richard Simmonds.
2.00 Athletics Steve Backley , Jonathan Edwards ,
Kelly Holmes , Ashia Hansen , Chris Rawlinson , Darren Campbell , Daniel Caines and Dwain
Chambers are due to be in Glasgow to lead the British contingent in a challenge match against the USA and Russia.
Commentary from Roger Black , Steve Cram , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster ,
John Regis and Sally Gunnell. Senior producers Ron Mcintosh and Jim Bentley ; Editor Michael Cole
A special concert version of Oklahoma! performed yesterday at the Proms to celebrate the centenary of Richard Rodgers. This version of the classic Broadway musical features Maureen Lipman reprising her role from the recent National Theatre production, plus the Maida Vale singers. Conducted by David Charles Abell.
Director Bob Coles ; Executive producer Oliver Macfarlane TV CV: the career of Maureen Upman: page
Timewatch examines the pioneering construction of the Severn bridge, built in 1779. Experts help young engineer Jamie Hillier to discover how the bridge, the first structure to be made entirely of metal, was raised up so high.
Producer Deborah Perkin : Editor Laurence Rees
Last in the series chronicling the history of a unique music. Log On. Tonight's programme explores how reggae moved on after Bob Marley 's death, including the birth of dancehall. It traces DJ Shabba Ranks's rise and fall in America and reggae's familial connection with US hiphop. Plus the dominance of Jamaican street styles in Britain and - back in Jamaica - the rise of New Roots. With Shaggy, Luciano, Lady Saw, Mis-Teeq and So Solid Crew.
Series producer Mike Connolly ; Executive producer Mark Cooper [Web Address Removed]
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Just days after the destruction of New York's Twin Towers, America was again paralysed by fear following the launch of a deadly anthrax attack. This programme looks at the FBI's work to track down the culprits behind a crime that led to the deaths of five people and spread global panic. Although the killer remains free a year on, discoveries by America's best forensic minds give shocking new insights.
Producer Martin Wilson ; Executive Producer Fiona Murch
The final episode of the US thriller series, which is showing simultaneously on BBC Choice.
11-12 midnight. Jack is prepared to trade his life for that of his daughter, but the Drazens have one more trick.
For cast see Saturday www.bbc.co.uk/drama/24
Essence. In the penultimate episode of the series, there's new evidence about the nature of Scully's pregnancy.
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Beginning a rerun of the first series of the offbeat comedy.
Welcome to Royston Vasey. Outsiders Benjamin and Martin visit the town. 12 midnight The Road to Royston Vasey. An introduction to Pop, the Godfather of sweets and crisps, and Hilary Briss , a butcher with something sinister in his sausages.
Written by Mark Gatiss. Steve Pemberton. Reece Shearsmith and Jeremy Dyson Director Steve Bendelack ; Producer Sarah Smith
Classic thriller starring Dorothy McGuire. At the beginning of the 20th century, a murderer stalks physically disabled women in a small New England town. Review page 42.
Director Robert Siodmak (1946. PG) (BW)
Repeats are not indicated.
Wild World 2.00 Wild World: Frozen World, featuring David Attenborough 's Life in the Freezer
Languages 4.00 Talk German (parts 1-4) Working In the Media 5.00 The Guide
Open University 6.00 Images of Disability 47109 6.30 The Academy of Waste?
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