Is a rollercoaster haunted?
Brian McFadden performs his new single and Craig Roberts - aka Rio in The Story of Tracy Beaker - guests in Pop Art. Plus cartoon fun with Arthur, BB3B, Mona the Vampire and UBOS. With Michael Absalom, Kirsten O'Brien and Rochelle Wiseman.
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Guest (Pop Art):
Tons of tartan and ankle-swinging trousers - that could only mean the Bay City Rollers. Nadia Sawalha recalls one-time fads, including kids' toys and playground games
Series producer Sue Watson
Herb-crusted lamb rack, and selfsaucing chocolate pudding. postponed from 24 April <S)
Dinner. A countdown of the country's ten preferred evening meals. Postponed from 24 April
With Steve Rider and Suzi Perry.
12.30 MotoGP Live coverage from Le Mans in France of the fourth round of the season
(starts 1.00). Reigning champion Valentino Rossi of Italy is chasing a record-equalling fifth title, but he'll have to improve on last year's effort at this circuit where he finished fourth behind rival Sete Gibernau of Spain. Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish commentate.
2.00 Golf The fourth and final round of the British Masters tournament. Who will claim the winner's cheque for £283,333? Briton Barry Lane ended a ten-year drought on this tour in with a three-stroke victory over Argentinian pair Angel Cabrera and Eduardo Romero. Commentary at the Forest of Arden course in Warwickshire is by Peter Alliss , Ken Brown and Wayne Grady. producer (motorsport) Belinda Rogerson Executive producer (golf) Paul Davies www.bbc.co.uk/sport BBCi: digital viewers can access the latest news on the final day of the Premiership via Score Interactive 2.30-6.00pm
Frank runs amok in hospital.
The Elephant, the Emperor and the Butterfly Tree A strange magical tree forms an eternal triangle with two African creatures - one huge, the other tiny. In a febrile saga of destruction, struggle and rebirth, who will be the victor?
Producers Neil Curry , Alastair MacEwen and Sean Morris ; Series editor Michael Gunton (AD) www.bbc.co.uk/nature
2/3. Over the past week, BBC3 viewers have been following three families with toddler troubles. The Hadleys' three-year-old daughter was spoilt by her mum but rejected her father, the Murphys had two boys each with a different eating problem, and nursing student and single mother-of-two Michelle was simply exhausted. Claudia Winkleman presents a recap of their time spent under the expert guidance of clinical psychologist Dr Tanya Byron. Three more families enter the house tonight at 8pm on BBC3. Executive producers Laura Mansfield and Martin Scott
Shown yesterday at 9pm on BBC3
Riveting drama, first shown in April last year, that documents the life and work of theoretical physicist Professor Stephen Hawking. Despite being diagnosed with motor neurone disease at the age of 21, Hawking galvanises the scientific world with his ground-breaking work on the nature of time and the universe.
Writer Peter Moffat ; Producer Jessica Pope ; Director Philip Martin (AD)
Dr John Holloway:
Nurse Susan McClean:
2/6. More topical comedy impressions from
Jon Culshaw , Jan Ravens , Phil Cornwell , Kevin Connelly and Mark Perry. Shown last Thursday
Errol Morris's revealing Oscar-winning documentary. Former US secretary of defense Robert McNamara outlines what he learned about conflict from the many years he spent helping to direct and create US foreign policy - a lengthy period that stretches from the final months of the Second World War to the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 and the Vietnam
War. First in a new series of the Storyville strand.
Film of the Week: page 45. (2003, PG)
An intriguing, claustrophobic crime drama about serial killer Albert DeSalvo , starring Tony Curtis and continuing the Henry Fonda season. Boston is rocked by a series of murders, seemingly carried out by an individual whose victims are all women. Criminologist John S Bottomly reluctantly agrees to head the hunt for the killer. Review page 52.
Director Richard Fleischer (1968,18) Henry Fonda stars in Blockade tomorrow at 1.30pm
WorkSkills: Adult Learners Week Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Skills Improving literacy and IT skills.
3.00 Books Following a reading group at a young offenders' institution. 70581 4.00 Diversity Exploring multiculturalism in the UK. <S) 58185 5.00 Beliefs