Today's fourballs matches get the third Seve Trophy competition under way at the Parador el Saler course in Valencia, Spain. In this four-day event, Seve Ballesteros captains the team from Continental Europe while Colin Montgomerie leads the side from Great Britain and Ireland. Presented by Steve Rider.
Commentary from Peter Alliss, Ken Brown and Alex Hay. Coverage continues tomorrow at 1pm.
Senior producer Kate McKeag Executive producer Paul Davies
Professor Aubrey Manning visits Kent's Romney Marsh to uncover the truth behind the stories of communities lost at sea. Ruined buildings in the middle of fields are testamentto the thriving towns that existed in the 13th century, but the evidence shows that a series of natural disasters wrought great changes on the landscape and its inhabitants.
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Forest Gate to Essex. Catherine Gee helps charity worker Claire Felix to find a suitable property in the Essex countryside that has more space to accommodate her planned foster family than her existing London home.
The concept of faith healing comes under scrutiny in the last of three films as healer Maureen Ramm treats three patients suffering from chronic illnesses that medical science has been unable to cure. Meanwhile, their GP visits a healer who claims to have rid himself of cancer. Is there any truth to the claims that spiritual healers can stimulate the body's natural healing process by the laying on of hands? Director John Alexander ; Series editor Ruth Pitt
Jo Brand, Dave Gorman and Jeremy Hardy join regular Alan Davies on the show in which the panellists attempt to impress quick-witted quizmaster Stephen Fry with their command of Quite Interesting facts. Topics tonight include antelopes, artists, and two Greats - Alexander and Alfred. The next edition follows at 10.30pm on BBC4.
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In the last of the week's reports, Simon Reeve is in the ex-Soviet republic of Tajikistan, which has a huge drug-trafficking problem. He takes part in a drugs raid and gets to know the poorly paid conscripts whose job it is to patrol the dangerous border with Afghanistan.
With his latest film Kill Bill Vol I keeping box offices very busy, the voluble American director discusses his ground-breaking work, touching upon his controversial debut with Reservoir Dogs, and the hugely successful Pulp Fiction.
Director Ellen-Raissa Jackson : Series producer Mark Bell
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12.30 Science Shack - Could You Fly like a Bird? 29668
1.00 The Next Big Thing- Voyage to the Bottom of the Deep Deep Sea 63649
1.30 Lab Detectives
1.50 What Have the 60s Ever Done for Us 4423939
2.00 The Mother of All Collisions 89736
2.30 Did Tibet Cool the Earth? 91571
3.00 The Challenge - To Engineer a Million
3.30 Blast TV 3
4.00 The French Experience 2 (parts 7-10)
Working In the Community
5.00 Health and Safety and Money Matters: practical guide for volunteers.
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