Boris Becker and John McEnroe feature among tennis's elder statesmen competing in the Masters tournament at the Royal Albert Hall , the highlight of the ATP Tour of Champions. With
Sue Barker. Andrew Castle and John Lloyd commentate. More tomorrow in Grandstand.
Executive producer Paul Davies
Olympic silver medallist Amir Khan returns to action, fighting Vicente Escobedo in this England v USA amateur international at Liverpool Olympia. Introduced by John Inverdale , with Richie Woodhall and Steve Bunce. Jim Nielly and Duke McKenzie commentate. Highlights at 11.35pm on BBC1.
Producer Chris Lewis ; Editor Jim Bentley
New series 1/3. Johnny Vaughan hosts a pithy sports debate, based on the hit BBC Radio Five Live show, where points are awarded for good punditry. Tonight ex-England coach Graham Taylor guests. Executive producer GregorCameron 16 Fighting Talk is at 11am tomorrow on BBC Radio 5 Live
Monty Don looks back over a busy second year at Berryfields. The fruit gardens and cottage garden were two very successful developments, while other highlights included the £20 border and the plant swap. With Chris Beardshaw and Rachel de Thame. Producer Andy Vernon ; Series producer Sarah Moors BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: £2.95 monthly
3/4. The Intelligence War. Malaya, 1948: the assassination of English rubber plantation manager Arthur Walker ignites a 12-year war to end British rule and to establish a Communist state. Secret intelligence would prove decisive in this jungle conflict, spearheaded by Special Branch officers like Evan Davies , who had been a commando in the Second World War. But, at times, success came at a price, as narrator Michael Pennington explains. Series producer Peter Molloy ; Exec producer Fiona Stourton
B-movie remake from
Gremlins director Joe Dante. In a small 50s town, teenager Bob flees an unplanned pregnancy. But his girlfriend Mary and her friends vow to make him face the music. Review page 67. (1994, 12)
Followed by The Witness
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Special Needs For children with learning difficulties, using Makaton sign language. 54433 4.00 Blast Young people's documentaries, dramas and animations.
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