How to be safe on trains.
The boys try to turn a piece of silk into an egg.
Followed by Thumb Wrestling Federation: TWF
Teen entertainment strand.
Falcon Beach 6/13; series two. Tanya directs a music video.
12.45 The Surgery Teenage talk show with Jeff Leach.
1.05 Sound Music show with Annie
Mac and Nick Grimshaw. Repeated tomorrow at 7pm on BBC36)
The work of spacecraft Ulysses. Shown last Sunday on BBC1
In this unusual comedy mystery starring Michael Caine and Ben Kingsley, Dr Watson is the real master sleuth with Sherlock Holmes his fictitious creation, impersonated by actor Reginald Kincaid. The mismatched duo investigate the disappearance of the five-pound note printing plate. Review page 55.
Series five. Mr Monk and the Class Reunion. The detective tries to save an old schoolmate's life when he attends a college reunion. Repeated at 2.50am
The men's 50m backstroke and 50m butterfly finals at the World Short Course championships in Manchester. Presented by Clare Balding. Coverage continues tomorrow at 2.45pm.
Digital viewers can see additional coverage, 5.30-6.35pm
Watch again over the next seven days. after 8.45pm at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
Thriller, based on a true story, starring Rutger Hauer and Martin Sheen. October, 1986: a Russian nuclear submarine is seriously damaged when it collides with an American vessel off the coast of Bermuda, an incident that threatens to upset the delicate peace talks between the two countries. Review page 55.
The Honourable Man. A relation of Sergeant Wilson dies, elevating him to the outer fringes of the aristocracy, much to Mainwaring's annoyance.
Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry
With the future of Tibet a source of increasing speculation, this timely documentary looks at the recent history of the Himalayan kingdom. Featuring the exclusive comments of the Dalai Lama , the film uses astonishing colour archive footage and the testimony of ordinary Tibetan people to reveal what life was like before China sent in troops in 1950. It also offers a rare glimpse into Tibet's rich culture, including ancient ceremonies, Buddhist rituals and ordinary family life. Presented by Dan Cruickshank. Director/Producer Emma Hindley First shown on BBC4 Dan Cruickshank 's Adventures in Architecture is on Wednesday at 9pm
The world's elite battle it out in the third round of the first Major of the year at the Augusta National in Georgia. The remaining golfers who survived yesterday's cut compete to finish top of the leader board and stay in with a chance of donning the Green Jacket at the end of tomorrow's final round.
The fairways of Augusta have taken a beating during the third round in the last two years. In
2006, many players' rounds were delayed due to a thunderstorm. Last year, Saturday was again the toughest of the rounds of play as gusty conditions combined with lightning-fast greens to make scoring incredibly difficult. Britain's Justin Rose was one of the few who stood up to the conditions, only to falter on the final day, while South Africa's Retief Goosen was the only player to shoot an under-par round. Introduced by Gary Lineker with commentary from Peter Alliss , Sam Torrance and Ken Brown.
Executive producer Paul Davies ; Senior producer Kate McKeag (HD) www.bbc.co.uk/golf
Digital viewers can watch coverage of Amen Corner - the 11th, 12th and 13th holes - from 5.45pm to 10pm
Augusta rules: page 44
3/12. The budding entrepreneurs take over a pub and turn it into a themed restaurant. Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
4/4. President Kennedy sets the challenge to land a man on the Moon.
6/13. Babylon. Peggy discovers new opportunities opening up for her at the company.
Cast on page 98 Shown last Tuesday on BBC2
The final documentary in director Godfrey Reggio 's Qatsi trilogy, following on from Koyaanisqatsi and Powaqqatsi, is a treatise on the pros and cons of technology, modern society's obsession with success and celebrity, and humanity's urge to self-destruct. Review paqe 56.