Live coverage of the penultimate round of the 60th British Masters tournament from the Belfry course in Sutton Coldfield.
Last year's champion
Thomas Bjorn will be determined to retain his title but he faces stiff competition from big names including Colin Montgomerie ,
Padraig Harrington and 2005 US Open winner Michael Campbell. Presented by Hazel Irvine , with commentary from Peter Alliss , Ken Brown and Andrew Cotter. Concludes tomorrow at 1.45pm in Sunday Grandstand.
Producer Kate McKeag ; Executive producer Paul Davies
James Stewart , Richard Attenborough and Peter Finch. When an aircraft crash-lands in the Sahara, the outlook looks bleak for the surviving passengers and crew. With water supplies quickly running out, a young German comes up with an extraordinary plan. Review page 53.
Director Robert Aldrich (1965, PG)
She won the prestigious BBC Young Musician competition in 2004 at the age of 16. Since then, Nicola Benedetti 's career as a solo violinist has developed at an extraordinary rate. This profile looks at the last six months, and features her New York recital debut, several concert engagements around the UK, and the build-up to the recording of her second album at Abbey Road studios. The film also explores the young woman behind the formidable talent and shows her at home with family and friends. Producer Jane Sayers ; Exec producer Oliver MacFarlane Nicola Benedetti : BBC Young Musician Winner 2004 is on BBC4 at 7pm One Final Question with Nicola Benedetti: page
The Corn Exchange in Leeds is today's venue, where experts Susan Orringe and Mark Stacey will carry out valuations prior to auction. With Paul Martin.
Series producer Peter Smith ; Exec producer Tom Ware Paul Martin presents The People's Museum at 3.30pm on Monday
David Attenborough celebrates his 80th birthday this year and for more than 50 of those years he has worked for BBC TV. He has brought the world's most amazing wildlife spectacles into our living rooms, from Zoo Quest to Life on Earth, The Blue
Planet and The Life of Mammals. In this documentary, first shown in 2002, Michael Palin provides a behind-the-scenes look at the incredible career of his friend, and reveals the lighter side to his personality. Producer Brian Leith UKTV History is showing back-to-back episodes of Life of Mammals, tomorrow from 7am
Jeremy Clarkson, Alexander Armstrong, John Sessions and Alan Davies probe cheating, caravans and cuckoo clocks thanks to Stephen Fry's esoteric questions, in another edition from the last series.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd
Bittersweet drama set in San Francisco, based on the bestselling novel by Amy Tan , that charts the trials and tribulations of four Chinese women and their American-born daughters. Review page 53.
Director Wayne Wang (1993, 15)
Followed by The Witness
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated
2.00 Hollywood Science Break-Ins 14998 2.30 Truth Will Out 1417608 2.45 Background Brief
Superbugs on the March 3553443 3.00 Open Advice Study to Succeed 95240 3.30 Volcanos and the Atmosphere 17085 4.00 Asthma and the Bean 38578 4.30 Blue Haven 16199 5.00 The Arch Never Sleeps 60066 5.30 Ever Wondered?
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