What to WATCH.
Athletics (BBC BBC
in full British Broadcasting Corp.
Publicly financed broadcasting system in Britain. A private company at its founding in 1922, it was replaced by a public corporation under royal charter in 1927. 2, 4.45pm) It's day four of the world championships from Berlin and defending champion Christine Ohuruogo will be hoping that her recent hamstring injury hamstring injury Sports medicine A muscle injury of biceps femoris, seen in sprinters and runners, when a contracted muscle meets a lengthening force, overpowering intrinsic muscle resiliency Management RICE, NSAIDs, gradual ↑ of pain-free activity–eg, has not stopped her reaching the final of the women''s 400m. Also on tonights schedule, Phillips Idowu will be looking to add triple-jump gold to the Olympic silver he won in Beijing, while Goldie Sayers is hoping for better luck in the javelin, having missed an Olympic medal by 38cm last year.
Holby City (BBC1, 8pm) Oliver (James Anderson) and Chrissie's (Tina Hobley) affair continues, but Oliver seems to be having doubts about their relationship, Penny's words of advice keep ringing in his ears and he tries to get Chrissie to dump him. Tara is offered another contract at Holby City but then disagrees with Elliot over a patient's request to be resuscitated.
The Duchess on the Estate (ITV (1) See interactive TV.
(2) (iTV) The code name for Apple's video media hub (see Apple TV). 1, 9pm) On her last television outing, Sarah Ferguson, set out to tackle obesity in Hull, in the process realising that estates across Britain face a plethora of problems of which obesity is but a part. Some viewers found her metaphorical finger-wagging a bit too patronising, but undaunted she's turned her attention to another project. Spending ten days in Northern Moor, part of the sprawling Wythenshaw council estate in Manchester, she witnesses the damage that drugs, crime and a breakdown in community spirit can do. But can she come up with a solution?