Tuesday 16 Sep 2014
Jake Humphrey is in Monte Carlo with live coverage of the qualifying sessions for tomorrow's Monaco Grand Prix, one of the most prestigious events in the Formula 1 calendar.
Mark Webber won the Grand Prix from pole last year, finishing ahead of his Red Bull team-mate Sebastian Vettel. Can Britain's title-chasing pair, Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button, put down their markers this year?
Hazel Irvine presents live coverage from the final round of the PGA Championship at Wentworth.
World No. 1 Lee Westwood describes it as: "the biggest title outside of the majors" and it is easy to see why. As well as Westwood, all four current major champions – Martin Kaymer, Graeme McDowell, Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel – are competing this week, hoping to follow the likes of Sir Nick Faldo, Bernhard Langer and of course the late, great Seve Ballesteros, as champion of this prestigious tournament.
Commentary is provided by Peter Alliss, Andrew Cotter, Ken Brown and Wayne Grady. The last hour of coverage, from 5-6pm, is simulcast in HD on BBC One HD on Freesat channel 108, Freeview channel 50, Sky channel 143 and Virgin Media channel 108.
The war on the floor continues, as Cat Deeley and judges Nigel Lythgoe, Arlene Phillips, Louise Redknapp and Sisco Gomez arrive at the live quarter finals of So You Think You Can Dance 2011.
The pressure has never been higher for the remaining eight dancers – who will be forced to dance for their lives and their place in the competition? After the octet perform group routines, couples dances and dazzling solos, the viewers now vote for their favourite individual performer on individual voting lines – so from now on it's every man and woman for themselves in the fight to be named Britain's favourite dancer.
In tonight's live result show, one boy and one girl will take their final bow ahead of next week's live semi-final, and dance their way out of the contest forfeiting the chance to realise their dreams in Hollywood and take home the £50,000 prize.
As the solar storm rages, Jennifer, a Ganger driven mad by the memories of being "decommissioned", is seeking revenge, as the time-travelling drama continues.
She can remember every excruciating second of every "execution" and is determined that the humans will pay. And she isn't just talking war; she's talking revolution. As the crumbling factory fills with toxic fumes and drips lethal acid, the "Originals" wait desperately for the shuttle from the Mainland to rescue them. But Jennifer has other ideas. Can the Doctor convince the terrified factory workers to embrace their own humanity and work together with their Gangers to overcome a monster of their own making?
Jennifer is played by Sarah Smart, the Doctor by Matt Smith, Amy by Karen Gillan and Rory by Arthur Darvill.
Reeling from the loss of young patient Daniel, Tess takes a stand against hospital bureaucracy, as the medical drama continues.
Desperate teenager Steven breaks into Tess's house seeking help for his sick baby and claims to know her, but she is too gripped with fear at the intrusion to take anything in. But when Steven and the baby's mother later arrive at the Emergency Department with the fitting baby, Tess recognises that Steven and her son used to be friends.
Steven is then taken ill and diagnosed with cirrhosis and it becomes apparent he won't be allowed a new liver due to his drinking. Determined not to lose another patient, Tess swaps Steven's blood tests with her own so that his blood alcohol will be clear.
But when Henry forces Tess to accept the blame for Daniel's death it's the last straw for her. Will the team support Tess as she makes her stand?
Casualty stars Suzanne Packer as Tess, Reece Noi as Steven, Rebecca Ryan as Maeve and Tom Chadbon as Henry.