An art theft, and a machine that can stop time.
A feature-length version of the drama about a troubled schoolboy who receives a strange invitation that promises to change his life. Starring Thomas Sangster, Sheila Hancock, Ronald Pickup and Lindsey Coulson.
Nicki Chapman spotlights Britain's pastimes using archive footage.
Series producer Veronica Butt
Foul on the First Play. Competition for a basketball franchise is turning acrimonious.
Lewis Carroll in Ripon.
Presented by Clare Balding .
12 35 Athletics Day-two action from the 34th world cross country championships at Fukuoka in Japan. Three more world titles are up for grabs today - the men's long course and junior events, and the women's short course crown. Commentary by Paul Dickenson and Liz McColgan. 1 40 Rugby League Wakefield
Trinity Wildcats v Wiqan Warriors Live coverage of this fourth-round tie in the Challenge Cup (kick-off
2.00), just five days before these two sides clash again, in a Super League match. Both teams have started poorly in the league, and will be hoping for a little cup glory. VIDEO Plus- code for 1.40-4.10
(non-PDC) TV presentation Ken Burton (rugby league) Editor Alastair Mclntyre (rugby league)
The lions that have a taste for endangered zebras. Series two of Animal Park - Wild in Africa begins tomorrow on BBC1 9.15am. Series producer Chris Powell ; Executive producer Annette Clarke <S)
Nicholas Crane begins an 11,700-mile trip around
Britain's rim, first shown last summer and autumn. 1/12. Dover to Exmouth. Crane inspects man-made defences on the South Coast, and Mark Horton reveals why Portsmouth became the home to the Royal Navy. Series producer Steve Evanson ; Series editor Gill Tierney RT DIRECT: the hardback book Coast is only E15.99 (incl p&p). To order call [number removed] quoting RT (landline calls cost max 8p per minute) or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com
Performances by the Kooks, David Gray , Mary J Blige and Nerina Pallot. Plus the new video from LL Cool J. Producer Sally Wood ; Executive producer Mark Cooper TOP OF THE POPS MAGAZINE: now published monthly, price £2.10
Stupid Girl. Series four. Acting dumb like Reese lands Malcolm a date with an attractive girl. Trouble is, she's a bit on the dim side.
The ancient forests of Belarus are a last reminder of how the whole of northern Europe once looked. In the vast natural woodland, which served as a refuge to thousands of Jews escaping the Nazi regime, the intrepid explorer tracks wolves and a herd of native bison, and raids an ants' nest for nutritious larvae.
Producer Martin Paithorpe Series producer Dick Cottrurst
The Sunni-led uprising against the occupation of Iraq and the Shiah-controlled government is scrutinised in this uncompromising documentary made in the run-up to the elections in December last year. Blindfolded and unprotected, two dogged journalists reached areas of Iraq untouched by coalition forces to question the motives of those who have taken up arms against allied forces. Yet the true story could lie with the ordinary people who suffered executions at the hands of al-Qaeda, and proud countrymen willing to put their lives on the line to expunge oppression.
Director Tom Roberts ; Producer Matt Haan
Highlights from today's two Premiership ties, as West Ham United played host to Charlton Athletic in a London derby, and Middlesbrough travelled to Manchester City. Plus a round-up of yesterday's top-flight matches. Introduced by Adrian Chiles.
Producer Ian Finch ; Editor Paul Armstrong
Biting satirical drama starring Brad Pitt and Edward Norton. Soap salesman Tyler Durden and a frustrated office worker conceive the Fight Club, where young men seeking release from their frustrations can beat each other up with bare knuckles. Their idea is hugely successful but, as Tyler becomes a cult hero, his actions grow increasingly reckless. Review page 50.
Director David Fincher (1999, 18)
The Great Train
Robbery. The events of 8 August 1963, as thieves stole E2.5m from a mail train in rural Buckinghamshire. Director David Bartlett ; Exec producer Chris Kelly
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2.00 Snakes and Ladders Tips and advice for school leavers. 69845 3.00 At Work Interview preparation. 58864 4.00 Youth Nation An 18-year-old managing director. 73661 5.00 Why Volunteer?