Fiddle player music.
In search of a lost city.
The latest action from Helsinki, introduced by Hazel Irvine.
9.35 Decathlon 100m
10.20 Men's 200m round one.
The heats should pose no threat to in-form Brit Christian
Malcolm. There's also a chance to see Jamaican sprint prodigy Usain Bolt in action.
10.40 Decathlon long jump
11.40 Men's 400m round one. Tim Benjamin leads British aspirations in an event recently dominated by the Americans wwwbbc.co.uk/athletics INTERACTIVE: digital viewers can access a medals table and a news service
Eddie's Brother. Grandpa builds a robot. (BW)
The dramatic landscape of the Dingle peninsula.
Western with Randolph Scott.
Quinto is a tough, lawless place. Into this criminal stronghold ride a sheriff and crusading editor, determined to make Quinto part of Oklahoma.
Review page 50. (1946, U) (BW)
(Randolph Scott stars in Trail Street tomorrow at 1.35pm)
How PC Ashton halved teenage trouble in one fell swoop.
Postponed from last Friday
In Merthyr Tydfil, Paul Martin tries kite flying.
Live action from the Olympic Stadium in Helsinki.
4.35 Women's discus final
4.40 Women's 100m hurdles round one. How will
Scottish-born sprint hurdler Sarah Claxton fare?
5.25 Men's 200m round two. The British men's contingent negotiates another heat.
6.00 Men's 3,000m steeplechase final. Olympic and world steeplechase champ Saif Saaeed Shaheen defends the title he won in one of the most thrilling distance races ever seen, two years ago in Paris.
6.25 Women's 800m final. Kelly Holmes is not competing in Helsinki, so it's left to Susan Scott to mount the British challenge. Will the 27-year-old Glaswegian be in the medal standings today?
6.45 Decathlon 400m
7.25 Men's 400m hurdles final. The Dominican
Republic's Felix Sanchez attempts to eclipse the great Ed Moses with a third straight title, though he will have to contend with lively American Kerron Clement.
Introduced by Sue Barker , Jonathan Edwards ,
Colin Jackson and Michael Johnson. Commentary by Steve Cram , Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster and Stuart Storey. Sally Gunnell and Hazel Irvine report. www.bbc.co.uk/athletics INTERACTIVE: digital viewers can access a news service and medals table via the red button
Live coverage on BBC Radio 5 Live in Sport on 5 from 5.20pm The ones to watch: page 18
6/6. How do you make the ultimate mashed potato? Heston Blumenthal demonstrates. Richard Johnson visits Italy's republic of pesto, Richard Corrigan launches a probe into fruit and presenter Adrian Chiles cooks Croatian duck. Plus a competition to find out who in the team is the best party caterer.
Series producer Dermot Caulfield ; Executive producer Gary Hunter www.bbc.co.uk/food Heston Blumenthal 's mash: p31; The Inside Story: p80
David Akinsanya hates being gay. He has lived as a gay man for 20 years but wants to see if it's possible to "go straight". At a controversial treatment centre in America that claims to teach people how to stop being gay, this film follows the ups and downs of David's turbulent journey and looks at whether sexual orientation is something you can choose.
Director/Producer Kathryn Park
6/6. Soul Sisters. Three girls grapple with what it is to be female. Persis, nine, lives in a Welsh village. She is fed up being mistaken for a boy, but won't grow her hair or wear dresses. Seven-year-old India lives in south London. When everything gets too much, she escapes to an imaginary world. And Sheffield's Yasmine, eight, plays football and referees her parents' rows. Producer Nicola Gibson : Series producer Dermot Caulfield
Presented by Martha Kearney.
Stalingrad author Antony Beevor investigates the extraordinary story of Olga Chekhova. A niece of dramatist Anton Chekov , and a film star in Nazi Germany, she may also have been a Soviet spy.
Director TnecB Schreuders Exec producer Jonathan Stamp
Open University/General Interest Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Alternative Takes Exploring issues key to young people, such as drugs, alcohol, sex and music.