6.00 Fimbles: A quest to wake "Sleeping Beauty" Fimbo. (R) (S) (W)
6.20 Bill and Ben: The pair befriend a lonely garden gnome. (R) (S)
Buster returns from a round-the-world trip. (R) (S)
Double bill with the voracious Taz. (R) (S
7.15 Looney Tunes
With Bugs Bunny and Wile E Coyote. (S)
The girls who missed out on stardom with Popstars: the Rivals have formed Clea - today they chat to Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar about their debut single.
Plus fun with Smile 8-5, Freeness, Room Cam and Bandit Bites, and Dennis the Menace, Arthur, Cavegirl, Stuart Little and Even Stevens. (S) (W)
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With Steve Rider and Sue Barker.
10.30 World Rowing Live world-championships coverage from Milan, where current champions Matthew Pinsent and James Cracknell will compete in the men's pairs. Commentary by Garry Herbert , Dan Topoiski and Gillian Lindsay.
11.440 Rugby Union From
Marseille, highlights of a World Cup warm-up match between France and England. Clive
Woodward's men saw off Les Bleus 25-17 at this year's Six
Nations. But can the French recapture the form that made them World Cup runners-up in 1999? Commentary from
Eddie Butler and Brian Moore. Plus highlights of Wales v
Scotland, and Ireland v Italy.
12.30pm British Superbikes Round-ten highlights from
Cadwell Park. Commentary by Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish.
1.00 Three-Day Eventing Preview of next week's Burghley Horse Trials, including an interview with competitor Pippa Funnell.
1.10 World Athletics Kenya's
Catherine Ndereba is favourite in the women's marathon at
1.20, while Sweden's Kajsa Bergqvist will be confident in the women's high jump final at
3.45. And could Britain's Steve Backley , in his final appearance at the championships, be on target for gold in the men's javelin final at 3.50? Presented by Roger Black. Commentary by Steve Cram , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson and Brendan Foster , with reports by Sally Gunnell and Phil Jones. Coverage continues immediately on BBC1. See yesterday's choice. (S) Senior producer Jonathan Bramley
Editor Philip Bernie (W) BBCi: interactive athletics features available to digital viewers via the handset
Comedy drama starring John Wayne and Lee Marvin. The tvar in the Pacific over, three
US sailors- "Guns", "Boats" and "Doc" - settle on an idyllic South Sea island. However, problems arise when Doc's daughter arrives, unaware that her father has a new family.
Widescreen. Review page 46. Director John Ford (1963, U)
London's Royal Albert Hall , Burghley House in Lincolnshire, and the Spring Harvest event feature in this final collection of highlights from the past year. Plus the heartwarming story of the couple who married thanks to the programme. Hymns include God Is Love, 0 for a Thousand Tongues to Singand Give Thanks to the Lord. With Eamonn Holmes. Producer David Taviner ; Editor Hugh Faupel (S) (W)
Adventure starring Kirk Douglas. Born and orphaned in the Australian "high country", Jim Craig is sent to the Harrison lowland farm where, caught between an old family feud and the love of a young woman, he must use his horsemanship to prove himself. Widescreen. Review page 46.
Director George Miller (1982. PG) (S) (W)
AB Banjo Paterson:
It covers an area larger than Britain and France combined, yet frozen Alaska has a population smaller than Bristol.
Although a stranded stranger's chances of survival in this hostile wilderness are slim, extraordinary tales have been recorded, such as the beachcomber who crashed his plane and struggled for ten days before being found by hunters, and the photographer who documented the ordeal of passengers when their ship ran aground in 1910. Director Ben Southwell ; Series producer Dick Colthurst (R) (S) (W) David Attenborough 's Life in the Freezer and other natural-history boxed-set offers: page 8
Leslie Dale Martin, convicted of rape and murder in Lake Charles, Louisiana, has spent ten years awaiting execution on death row. Counsel at his trial were inexperienced and had only six weeks to prepare their evidence. As such, his defence appeared doomed from the outset.
With the execution date just weeks away, British-born human-rights lawyer Clive Stafford Smith agreed to review the case to see if there were any grounds to overturn the jury's verdict. Stafford Smith 's record was impressive - out of 300 such cases, he had lost just four in 14 years. But, as this one-off documentary shows, time was not on his side. Director Helen Richards ; Executive producer Paul Hamann (S) (W)
Spaghetti western directed by Sergio Leone and starring Henry Fonda. A cold-blooded killer is hired to ensure the progress of the railroad. Standing in his way is recently widowed Jill McBain , whose property has a water supply that is vital for the venture. Widescreen. Review page 46.
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Crime thriller. When honest insurance investigator Joe Peters falls for wild-living Diane, he finds himself planning a robbery to satisfy her lust for money. But his carefully laid plans backfire. Review page 48.
Director Harold Daniels (1951) (BW) (S) Charles McGraw stars in Armored Car Robbery on Wednesday at 12.25pm
Repeats are not indicated.
Youth Nation 2.00 Private Worlds: Growing up in the UK (S) Languages 4.00 Buongiorno Italia! (parts 1-2)
Skills for Life 5.00 Basic Skills: Supporting Skills for Life (S) Open University 6.00 Children and New Technology (S)