Repeats are not indicated.
6.00 Independent Living (S)
6.30 In Search of Identity
6.55 Maiden Flights (S)
Repeats are not indicated.
Giant Science. A look at the science of size. (R)
The Harvest of the Seasons
Dr Jacob Bronowski traces the ! social evolution of mankind- from nomadic pasturage to settled agriculture. (R)
A series of French animations for young learners. (R)
BBC Course Packs: book and cassette pack, Â£8.99; double video pack, Â£14.99
Ends 11.00. The Midnight
Patrol endeavour to help the Grey
Stone Giant. (R) 5413954i
Cartoon fun with the errant boy. (R) (S)
Comedy drama about a girl who finds a magic opal. (R) (S)
Live-action drama about Neri, a mysterious young girl from the ocean. (R) (S)
A tour of world history, aided by cartoon characters.
Allen and Josh start up a gardening service. Robbie looks for ajob.2039770
The Liverpool and England striker has tips on running for goal, plus advice on how to cope with the glare of the media. (R) (S) WEBSITE: [web address removed]
Bone to Be Wild. The crew of Moya race to the rescue of a desperate woman under attack. Shown last Monday (S)
A profile of new band Girl Thing plus a pi e-season trip to the party island Ayia Napa in Cyprus with garage queen Colour Girl.
Fat Les discuss their Euro football anthem. Presented by Jamie Theakston and Jayne Middlemiss. (S) (W)
US comedy starring Will Smith.
Just Infatuation. Will and Carlton spy on Ashley's first date with a famous rapper. (R) (S)
Presenter Shaun Ley considers the implications for London of recent political events. REGIONAL PROGRAMME
With Steve Rider at Wentworth.
1.30,4.25 Golf Live coverage from Wentworth of the third round at the PGA championship.
A five-under-par 67 put
Colin Montgomerie into contention last year and provided him with the perfect springboard from which he landed his second successive PGA crown. Lee
Westwood, Jose Maria Olazabal , Darren Clarke and Open winner Paul Lawrie are among the leading figures aiming to block the Scot's path to a hat-trick. (S)
4.10 Racing Coverage of the Irish 1,000 Guineas from the Curragh. Last year saw a father-and-son triumph with Michael Hills riding to victory on Hula Angel , trained by father Barry. Commentary by Tony O'Hehir.
Executive editor Dave Gordon (W)
The Final Concert. The climax of this year's competition from the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester as the winners of the five instrument categories perform the concerto of their choice. Conductor Martyn Brabbins provides commentary. Presented by Stephanie Hughes.
Viewers have the chance to register their votes on the numbers below. Calls cost a maximum of lOp and lines close at 9.30pm. The viewers' choice will be announced alongside the official verdict at 9.45pm. See Choice. Keyboard Brass Woodwind
Director David Stevens : Producer Jonathan Haswell (S) (W)
Western starring Richard Widmark. For 20 years, Marshal Frank Patch has maintained law and order in Cottonwood Springs the only way he knows how - with his fists and a gun. But now he faces mounting pressure to resign.
Director Allen Smithee [Robert Totten , Don Siegel ] (1969) (S) Postponed from 1 May
Films: pp 60-68 ***
The Result. Stephanie Hughes reveals the name of this year's winner. The award will be presented by the patron of BBC Young Musicians, the Duchess of Kent. (S) (W)
Fertility expert Lord Robert Winston is among the guests.
Shown last Friday (S) (W)
Sex, Death and Nudity. The friends arrange decoy dates.
Shown last Friday (S) (W)
Comedy focusing on the complicated lives of a young couple and their friends The attendance at the funeral of Jane's aunt snowballs as the friends arrange decoy dates.
Gordon Keeble. Tracing the life and times of a very exclusive motor car through the exotic history of its former owners. Producer/Director Richard Pearson (R) (S) (W)
Continuing from BBC1, comedian Phill Jupitus takes over in the hotseat, welcoming guests and performers who will be cropping up between tonight's live shows. Ends 6am. (W) Later with Jools Holland A special edition of the music showcase from Southampton's Guildhall that features live performances from Moby and Eels, a collaboration between Billy Bragg and US band Wilco, plus the new single from local boy Craig David. Hosted by Jools Holland. Director Janet Fraser Crook ; Producer Mark Cooper (S) (W)
12.25 Phill Jupitus with the results of the vote to decide what the Pop Pickers band will perform. (W)
12.30 Radio 1 Presents - Trevor Nelson 's Rhythm Nation Live from London's Hanover Grand with a surprise guest artist. Director Julia Knowles ; Producer Sharon Ali (W)
1.00 Phill Jupitus is joined by KirstyMacColl. (W)
1.10 Pete Tong Live from Cream Dance music live from
Liverpool's famous nightclub, featuring acclaimed New York DJ Armand Van Heiden and DJ Seb Fontaine. Plus a live Cream Courtyard set from Death in Vegas.
Director Hamish Hamilton ; Producer Jo Pilkington
2.40 Soul star Lynden David Hall and keyboard maestro
Rick Wakemanjoin presenter Phill Jupitus. (W)
3.30 Complete Ceilidh Tommy Sands hosts a performance of traditional and contemporary music from Baxter's Ceilidh House in the heart of the Moume Mountains in Down.
Director Carole Johnston ; Producer Jim Sheridan
4.20 Diane Louise Jordan takes over from Phill Jupitus. Featuring
Secret Garden playing live near Bristol. (W)
4.40 Plainchant from Ampleforth A performance by the chapel choir of the famous Catholic school in North Yorkshire.
Producer David Kremer (W)
5.10 Dawn at Snape A live performance at the Maltings in Snape with presenter Petroc Trelawny. Ends 6.00am.
Director Francesca Kemp ; Executive producer Sue Judd (W)