Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams host. NewsWatch is at 7.45.
Bands on the Run. How East Africa's banded mongoose finds strength in numbers.
Last week's winner - either
Kerching! or SMart - v Tiny and Mr Duk 's Huge Show.
Featuring whisky enthusiast Murray Holmes. With signing, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Tuesday at 12.50am on BBC1
The Shocking Sun. Patrick Moore discusses sunspots and solar flares. Shown last Sun BBCI BBC SKY AT NIGHT MAGAZINE: E4.25, monthly. First issue on sale now
A look at Batman Begins and skateboarding film Lords of Dogtown.
2/6. Dan brings in pond expert Mike Burch to help with his project in Northamptonshire. More on Tuesday at 1.50pm
How to get the best out of Highland beef and a look at Scottish wine.
Series producer Peter Mulryan ; Executive producer Neil McDonald
Mr Monk and the Captain's Wife Monk is called in when a shot truck driver ploughs his vehicle into
A young governess is accused of shooting her employer's wife.
Dramatised by Jeremy Paul
(First shown on ITV)
Huw Edwards and Clare Balding , along with Lt Col Gerald
Lesinski, describe the annual ceremony at Horse Guards and Buckingham Palace shown live at 10.30am on BBC1. (5)
England v Sweden
Live coverage from Ewood Park, Blackburn, where the host nation play their final Group A game in the qualifying stages (kick-off 6.00).
It's bound to be a night of high drama as the four sides in the group look for those vital points that could see them into the semi-finals of the competition. Finland's clash against Denmark kicks off at the same time at Bloomfield Road, Blackpool.
Presented by Celina Hinchcliffe.
Producer Emma Josling ; Editor Lance Hardy There's live coverage of the match on Radio 5 Live
Highlights of Germany v France, Norway v Italy tomorrow 12 midnight
1/6. The Romantic North. David Dimbleby reveals how the British countryside has inspired artists and writers. The first part of the journey takes in the Lake District, Northumberland and Holy Island, and Bronte country in West Yorkshire.
Director Nicky Illis Shown last Sunday on BBC1
6/6. From Ghetto to Fabulous. Mary J Blige , Destiny's Child, Wyclef Jean , and superstar producers Jam and Lewis feature as the story of soul is brought up to date with a look at the rise of contemporary R&B. In the late 80s/early 90s, the slick new jack swing of Bobby Brown ruled - until Mary J Blige emerged from the tough housing projects of Yonkers, New York State, to become the Aretha Franklin of her day, with her raw, emotional style inspiring a new generation of artists such as Destiny's Child.
Producer Sebastian Barfield ; Series producer William Naylor Later On ... Nu Soul follows at 11.50pm on BBC4
6/6. With the net closing in on Joe and Chrissie, Joe makes a last, desperate attempt to throw the police off the scent. With strong language.
Writer Bill Gallagher ; Producer Ann Harrison-Baxter
Director David Richards First shown on BBC3
6/6. Funny faces, funny voices - the motley crew of comedians take aim at those in the news. The series returns in spring 2006.
Directors Ben Fuller and Pati Marr ; Producer Gareth Edwards
Shown last Thursday
Atmospheric satirical drama, showing in tribute to director Ismail Merchant, who died last month.
Based on the novel by VS Naipaul, the drama stars Om Puri and James Fox. Following the death of his masseur father, a teacher with ambitions to become a writer returns to his roots among Trinidad's Asian community. Review page 52. (2001, PG) Film Highlights: page 48
Followed by The Witness
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