Live coverage of Great Britain's crucial Davis Cup World Group play-off match with Croatia, from Wimbledon's Number One Court.
Tim Henman is bringing his career to an end this weekend and will be hoping, along with Andy Murray , to give Britain the advantage in today's singles. But Croatia will be no pushover: the 2005 winners are the number one seeds in the play-offs and boast three players -
Ivan Ljubicic , Ivo Karlovic and Mario Ancic - in the world's top 40. Introduced by Sue Barker. Producer Micky Payne
Editor Ron Chakraborty
Digital viewers can watch extended live coverage 11.00am-6.00pm
Live coverage of the second round of the British Masters from the Belfry where Europe's top golfers will be looking to make the cut. Among the names to watch out for is Paul McGinley , who holed the winning putt on the 18th green when the Ryder Cup was held here in 2002. <s)
Digital viewers can watch live coverage 11.00am-1.00pm
New series 1/6. The stories surrounding objects passed down through generations, starting with a cat food tin that has links to the Second World War, and a photograph that leads to revolutionary Russia. Series producer Brendan Hughes
Executive producers Colin Cameron and Mark Jacobs Explore high street history at www.open2.net/historydetectives
Free Open University local history guide available by calling 010 0878 (landline calls cost a maximum of 8p per minute) or by visiting open2.net/historydetectives
As autumn arrives Monty Don clears crops in the vegetable garden, Joe Swift tends to the dry garden and Carol starts propagating from seeds and cuttings.
Producer Louise Hampden ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards
5/6. Historian Michael Wood charts the arrival of Islam in the subcontinent and the rise of the Mughal empire. On his itinerary are Sufi shrines in Old Delhi, desert fortresses in Rajasthan and the imposing cities of Lahore and Agra.
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1/12; series five. Host Stephen Fry explores the subject of engineering with guests
Alan Davies, Jimmy Carr, Rob Brydon and Bill Bailey. The next episode follows immediately on BBC4. Director Ian Lorimer; Producer Piers Fletcher
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