10:42Film Studies: Never mind the polls... it's the cellphone that's going to decide this election
10:42M-Day army is fighting on the home loan front
10:42Wealth check: 'Can I afford to retire gracefully?'
10:42Peter York on Ads: From superhighway to giant atrium in a few short years
10:42Hawkwood: Diabolical Englishman by Frances Stonor Saunders
10:45Secrets of Success: Bogle's evidence: why index funds work
10:45William Kay: Will structured products with greater protection but less profits replace ISAs?
10:46John Peel had the ordinariness of true celebrity
10:47The return of the Scud Stud causes rumbles at the BBC
10:47Matthew Norman: My appeal to the US Supreme Court
10:47How will Gaza survive Sharon's plans without a leader to hold it together?
10:47Fortune's Daughters by Elisabeth Kehoe
10:47Seeking Whom He May Devour by Fred Vargas, trans David Bellos
10:47Oceans of Time by Merete Morken Andersen, trans Barbara J Haveland
10:48Lucrezia Borgia by Sarah Bradford
10:48L'Affaire by Diane Johnson
10:48The Night Country, by Stewart O'Nan
10:48Leonardo da Vinci: the Flights of the Mind by Charles Nicholl<br/> Leonardo by Martin Kemp
10:49The Play Ethic by Pat Kane
10:49Conor Ryan: Can Collins sack all those civil servants?
10:50A quick brown fox jumps over Commons security
10:51Even the most libertarian groups want the nanny state when it comes to gambling
10:53Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Box of delights for Browne's BP oil gusher
10:53'Gherkin' team photo puts Sir Norman in a bit of a pickle
10:54This may be unpopular, but we must try to understand paedophiles a little better
10:54Homeland, by Clare Francis
10:54A trip to the library should be inspiring
10:55Will groovy Prezza swing to the aid of a jazz legend?
10:55Beauty's not skin deep
10:55Tales from the Therapist's Couch
10:59Stephen King: As night follows day, causality is a problem
11:01The Megalithic European by Julian Cope
11:01Pull the plug on your Liquid Gold account
11:02Danses Concertantes, Sadler's Wells, London
11:02The Coffee House: A Cultural History by Markman Ellis
11:02Heads You Win by Ferdinand Mount
11:04The Real Eating Company, Hove, East Sussex
11:05Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Paradox of thrift poses pensions conundrum
11:05David Conn: Wrexham fight to play another day
11:06Wealth Check: 'How can we manage our assets in a tax-efficient way?'
11:06William Kay: The people who know least about money are those who need it most
11:06Private Investor: The thrill of buying shares with a little side salad of risk
11:07Questions of cash: One credit card refusal can lead to another
11:07Adrian Chiles; Revealed: Why Napoleon had a Mourinho complex
11:08Brian Viner: Brush with fundamentals of Scottish game leaves Anelka poorer, wiser... and wetter
11:09Should actors really play a role in politics?
11:11Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Green's alchemy makes M&S investors weep
11:11The Sketch: Hoon falls victim to friendly fire but most questions miss their target
11:11Now Sayeed faces criticism over Â£10,000 local 'donation'
11:11The Algebraist by Iain M Banks
11:11Out by Natsuo Kirino, trans. Stephen Snyder
11:11<preform>Trafalgar: the Biography of a Battle by Roy Adkins<br/>Trafalgar: the Men, the Battle, the Storm by Tim Clayton & Phil Craig<br/>Nelson: Britannia's God of War by Andrew Lambert</preform>
11:12The Vanished Landscape by Paul Johnson
11:32Sir Trevor owes his success to his skin colour, says Tory MP
11:33Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Prudential's Â£1bn tilt at UK 'growth market'
11:34The Sketch: The PM's pupil - full of charm, comic timing and excellent hair
11:34This naked exploitation of nostalgia
11:34My So-called Life: I'm plain, dowdy - and gorgeous
11:34Winterton back on the rack over non-existent surgeries
11:35How reform of public services cuts across the party political divides
11:35When does a foetus become human?
11:35The Sketch: Defence Secretary is lost in translation
11:36A scooter for the urban spaceman
11:36Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Spitzer strictures spell insurance shake-up
11:38Geldof, Iraq and others
11:42Film Studies: Nonchalant, daring, the coolest of stars... So why won't Johnny get his gong?
11:42Old Boy (18)
11:42Inside I'm Dancing (15)<br/>Shark Tale (U)<br/>Boo, Zino and the Snurks (U)<br/>White Chicks (12A)<br/>Chinese Odyssey 2002 (nc)<br/>Fat Slags (15)<br/>The Big Kahuna (15)<br/>Billabong Odyssey (PG)
11:43Leonardo da Vinci: The flights of the mind by Charles Nicholl
11:43Chronicles Volume One by Bob Dylan
11:45Questions of Cash: Can I trust the Post Office to ensure my cheques arrive at my bank?
11:45Suspended head back at school
11:45Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Is anyone safe as Spitzer takes aim at insurers?
11:46Wealth Check: 'I never have money left at the end of the month'
11:46Secrets of Success: No one to blame for split trust disaster?
11:46Private Investor: Never mind the doubters, I'll stick with Rolls-Royce
11:47Adrian Chiles: Originality the key for fans who always win when they're singing
11:47Pandora: Grant takes Europe's scribes to the very edge of reason
11:47Beware fanatics who value humans less than animals
11:49Matthew Norman: We expect more of Beckham than Blair
11:50The lessons of Australia for Bush and Blair
11:52Ivory tower inferno
11:52Police chief is hounded over mystery of 'injured' officers
11:52THE SKETCH: Attack, feint, attack - Tony's never been more like Mrs T
11:53Behind all the bluster, Mr Howard is the genuine radical in British politics
11:53Jeremy Warner's Outlook: MoD in dogfight over Â£1bn trucks contract
11:53The Sketch: It's OK, Blair didn't know he was telling lies
11:53House Hunter: 'We want to rebuild a French ruin'
11:54Postgraduate: House of Commons placement; RCA's events programme; fast-track medical degree
11:54Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Now for hard bit in Turner's pensions review
11:55My So-called Life: Barbie's time isn't up just yet
11:55Why I won't be mourning Derrida
11:55Politics needs more passionate, ruthless women
11:56Maharanis, by Lucy Moore
12:09Blair's Brighton prang: an eyewitness comes forward
12:31Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Why shareholders think BSkyB's the limit
12:32Has rock grown up at last, or just sold out?
12:32The Sketch: Competent Howard roused our emotions, but he failed to do anything with them
12:32I've been vilified for saying it, but I hold to my view that the Tory party is dying
12:32Jeremy Warner's Outlook: A bleak future for Sainsbury's as cull continues
12:33My So-called Life: Looks like we (haven't) made it, Bazza
12:33Kings of the Roundhouse, by John Preston
12:33House Hunter: 'Can I escape the Brits in northern Italy?'
12:33Movie mogul Weinstein looks east for cinematic promise
12:34Ian Henry: Chevrolet UK? That'll be the Daewoo, then
12:36The smart little lovebug
12:36Bracing... not braking
12:37Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Glazer takes aim, but can he score at United?
12:37The loss of Muslim lives matters, too
12:40Sylvie Guillem, Sadler's Wells, London
12:40<preform>Manon Lescaut, Grand Theatre, Leeds<br> The Trojans, Coliseum, London<br> Berliner Philharmoniker, Barbican Hall, London</preform>
12:40<preform>Cloaca, The Old Vic, London <br>The Solid Gold Cadillac, Garrick, London<br> Buried Child, NT Lyttelton, London<br> Tshepang, Gate, London</preform>
12:40Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (PG)
12:40Film Studies: Child stars always crash and burn - don't they?
12:41Wealth Check: Man of the World seeks word to the wise
12:41The Book of Ash, by James Flint
12:41The Plot Against America by Philip Roth
12:41Dirk Bogarde: The authorised biography by John Coldstream
12:41<preform>Newborn<br> Corpus<br> The Tree House<br> The Strange Hours Travellers Keep<br>Snow Water</preform>
12:41<preform>Charlotte Hatherley, ULU, London<br> The Faint, Islington Academy, London</preform>
12:41<preform>Layer Cake (15)<br>Dead Man's Shoes (18)<br>Metallica: Some Kind of Monster (15)<br>The Life and Death of Peter Sellers (15)<br>De-lovely (15)<br>Saw (18)<br>Mambo Italiano (15)<br>Princesa (18)</preform>
12:45New boy Mandelson faces a baptism of fire in Brussels
12:45If shaking hands with tyrants seems bad, what about their corporate friends?
12:45A family tree is so much less trouble than a family
12:45The Sketch: The old brute Prescott rounds things up with a bellowing speech
12:45Mantrapped by Fay Weldon
12:46Princesses by Flora Fraser
12:46Dare to be a Daniel by Tony Benn
12:46The Ancestor's Tale by Richard Dawkins
12:46Matthew Norman: Stop all this jiving, Gordon, and strike
12:51Sadie gets more than she bargained for with NestlÃ©
12:51Head is suspended over Â£800,000 debt
12:51The Sketch: Guard dogs barked unstoppably, much like Our Tony
12:51Howard's local appointment raises fears on the home front
12:53My So-Called Life: Why this man is the best writer ever
12:56Jeremy Warner's Outlook: The pensions blot on Chancellor's copybook
12:56Wilt in Nowhere, by Tom Sharpe
12:59In America: Florida turns blind eye to Bush deadline dÃ©bÃ¢cle
13:03Princesses: The Six Daughters of George III by Flora Fraser
13:05Private Investor: Time to cash in on M&S before it loses the plot yet again
13:06Questions of Cash: Should I be charged extra for mortgage delays?
13:08The Sketch: One thumb up for the party of clichÃ©d caring
13:08Set an example, Becks: don't go to court
13:12The Sketch: The future's bright yellow. Or is that my throbbing thumb?
13:12I.O.U: the debt threat and why we must defuse it by Noreena Hertz
13:12Don't be fooled: Kerry would make a difference
13:13Supermodel prepares to sue over 'secret relationship' claim
13:14My So-Called Life: The sad truth about men's minds
13:30Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Tale of two retailers as Tesco leads from front
13:30Beheaded hostages, slaughtered children, and the misguided 'war on global terror'
13:30Lib Dems could be the death of the Tories
13:30Big designs on Dubai
13:31The Sketch: Why Shirley Williams is less interesting than my hotel air conditioning
13:31Bigotry dressed up as satire gets the biggest laughs
13:31House Hunter: 'Is leaseback abroad a money maker?'
13:31Marr and the minister who liked to 'pick up pretty boys'
13:32The Call-Up: A History of National Service, by Tom Hickman
13:33Held at bay, Michael tries to spin his way out of trouble
13:33Unity is the way to victory over the Americans
13:33A wonderful challenge for fathers
13:33Inspired by Arnie, perfect for the city
13:33Mr Kennedy is taking his party back to the future - to New Labour's 1997 campaign
13:34LJK Setright: Ideals and apples get just desserts
13:34Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Unilever takes on water as FitzGerald bows out
13:34Car Doctor: Why does my ABS light stay on?
13:34Expensive slice of faux Americana
13:37In America: Bloggers debunk Drudge's 'Groundhog Day' scoop
13:38Stephen King: Why 2004 is unlikely to become another 1994
13:38Expert View: We've had no boom, Gordon, but we could have bust
13:38The new way to say 'you're fired'
13:40Wealth Check: 'My Navy cash isn't a drop in the ocean'
13:40Business View: HBOS's lazy rivals leave the way wide open for growth
13:41Inside Story by Greg Dyke
13:41I'll Go To Bed At Noon by Gerard Woodward
13:42The Week in Politics: Growing up, but challenge for Lib Dems is to convince us their juvenile ways are left behind
13:43William Kay: How to handle money is one of life's most important lessons
13:43How to make a heroic investment
13:44Wealth Check: 'What should I do now about my pension?'
13:47The Right Nation: why America is different by John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge<br/>What's the Matter with America? by Thomas Frank
13:47Magic Seeds by VS Naipaul
13:47Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Will China support Varin's Corus line?
13:47A Reason for Everything by Marek Kohn
13:47Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke
13:47Paperbacks: Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them<br/>Stanley<br/>American Ground<br/>The Bounty<br/>Our Final Century<br/>New Poems on the Underground<br/>Have Mercy On Us All
13:51E Jane Dickson: Endearing foibles do not excuse mass murder
13:51Tony Blair needs the clash of genuine debate if he is to rejuvenate his party
13:51Himself Alone: David Trimble and the ordeal of Unionism by Dean Godson
13:51Iraq cannot be forgotten or forgiven
13:52Jeremy Warner's Outlook: What now for Next as shares head for stars?
13:53Spin doctors step on the gas to save Two Jags' blushes
13:54Mike Stock: Hitting all the wrong notes
13:54These small steps on climate change fall short of the drastic solutions we need
13:54No wonder our children are cracking up
13:54The true story of what Tony Blair told Gordon Brown about his succession
13:55The life-changing novels every woman should read
13:59Stephen King: How industry could gain in a post-oil economy
14:01There's another way to defeat terrorism
14:01Business View: We need a master and commander for HMS Pensions
14:01Melanie Bien: Don't relax just because interest rates didn't rise
14:01Wealth Check: 'Freedom and security - can I have it all?'
14:01Sugar plans comeback with new videophone
14:01Expert View: Day boys storm the wood-panelled halls of Cazenove
14:04Oh, Play That Thing by Roddy Doyle
14:04Film Studies: What will it take for Tom to grow up? Failure and fraudulence perhaps?
14:04Orfeo ed Euridice/Opera North, Festival Theatre, Edinburgh <br/> Prom 68, Royal Albert Hall, London
14:04Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Theatre Royal, Norwich
14:04Open Water (15)
14:04Super Size Me (12A)<br/>Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (12A)<br/>Envy (12A)<br/>Wicker Park (12A)<br/>Carmen (15)<br/>The Isle (18)
14:04Kasabian, Academy, Manchester<br/>Cranes, ICA, London
14:04Paul Magrs: Magrs attacks!
14:04My Trade: A short history of British journalism by Andrew Marr
14:04Feel by Chris Heath
14:04Magic Seeds by V S Naipaul
14:05The world through the eyes of Vladimir Putin
14:06William Kay: It's high time the toxic lenders cleaned up their own act
14:07Questions of Cash: Records should be kept for at least two years
14:08Paperbacks: The Internationals<br/>Josephine<br/>Friends<br/>Elizabeth Costello<br/>Writing Across Worlds<br/>Thursbitch<br/>Peyton Amberg
14:11Dirty tricks mar by-election to succeed Peter Mandelson
14:13The greener future
14:13David Hart: Top marks for the teaching council
14:30There are more than personalities at stake in this reshuffle - policies really do matter
14:30Jeremy Warner's Outlook: BA's Rod Eddington plans Iberian swansong
14:30Europe must not reject Turkey now
14:30The Sketch: Impeach the Conservatives, for very serious examples of indolence
14:30Another boring lecture...
14:30Martin claims victory - but will the Bell still toll for him?
14:32Eton shaken but not stirred by story of 007's schooldays
14:32There is another Portugal
14:33The Sketch: Admire our leader from afar and then hear his drivel
14:33Why my admiration for Tony Blair is growing (even as I fear for his future)
14:33Love, marriage and passionate friendships
14:33Car Choice: 'Something to tickle an old man's fancy'
14:33Is this messy resignation a sign that Mr Blair is losing control of his Cabinet?
14:33Matthew Hoffman: I might vote Republican for the first time
14:40Film Studies: Colonel Kurtz for President? Not if I see him first!
14:40Stage Beauty (15)<br/>Hellboy (12A)<br/>The Alamo (12A)<br/>Festival Express (15)<br/>Facing Window (15)<br/>You're My Hero (15)<br/>In Casablanca Angels Don't Fly (nc)
14:40Business View: For the sake of independence, go for a takeover, Caz
14:40The Syme Papers by Benjamin Markovits
14:42Two Steps, Almeida, London<br/>Gompers, Arcola, London<br/>Fully Committed, Menier Chocolate Factory, London
14:42Prom 61/Prom 57, Royal Albert Hall, London
14:42Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Kingfisher's antidote to slowing house market
14:45At last, the recognition that men get PMT too
14:46Kennedy issues red light to his MPs over 'Orange Book'
14:48Living Nature's Way
14:48Bethan Marshall: Pushy parenting doesn't work
14:49Too much, too young for boys?
14:49Scotland's merger crisis
14:49The fraud busters
14:49It pays to stay on after 16
14:50Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Common sense prevails in rail prosecutions
14:51Why don't American politicians just flog government policies on eBay?
14:51The naked truth: young Tories look to the future at a strip club
14:54The cold shoulder from President Bush could do Michael Howard a world of good
14:56Car Choice: Something to put the Sunny in the shade
14:57Downing Street remains silent after Dyke accuses 'bully' Blair of interfering with BBC
14:57Vikram Solanki: a spiritual home with no regrets over far pavilions
14:59CrÃªpes, cider and a touch of Cornish crÃ¿me
14:59Film Studies: That old familiar numbness. It all began in the summer of '54
15:00Petersham Nurseries CafÃ©, Petersham, Surrey
15:04Company Spotlight: What nCipher can do for you, the investor
15:04Private Investor: Why shareholders should sit pretty on their DFS shares
15:04James Daley: The men from the Prudential should learn to live in the present
15:04Assault on the ice mountain
15:07Questions of Cash: 'Was I a winner while my bonds were stolen?'
15:09Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Rentokil's platitudes no substitute for action
15:13Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Shell still wrestling with its moment of shame
15:13Can you afford it?
15:14Those architects of misfortune and misery
15:14If the victims of this mass murder were white, would we have acted long ago?
15:33If we build up wealth during our life, why should the state claim it when we die?
15:33The most unsporting team at the Olympics
15:35Vanessa Redgrave: Guantanamo's torture regime is a shameful disgrace
15:35Our love affair with thin is making us fat
15:35Michael Johnson: Superman of the fast lane still ahead of the field
15:36Madonna, Earl's Court, London<br/>The 126.96.36.199's, 100 Club, London
15:36One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest/Fatboy/Taking Charlie/David Benson's Haunted House, Assembly<br/>Gone/How To Act Around Cops, Pleasance<br/>The Karaoke Show, Gilded Balloon<br/>Ubu Disco, Smirnoff Underbelly<br/>Punch and Judy, Pod Deco
15:36Wealth Check: 'How can I bring order to my savings?'
15:36The Village (12A)
15:36Love Me If You Dare (15)<br/>A Cinderella Story (PG)<br/>Father and Son (PG)<br/>Merci Docteur Rey (15)<br/>La Haine (15)
15:37Business View: It's looking like Madrid or bust for Abbey No Mates
15:37Melanie Bien: Endowment victim? Make your claim now
15:39Company Spotlight: One business makes the internet a really safe bet
15:39Secrets of Success: Wise rules to follow for healthy returns
15:40Private Investor: Claiming for your accident could prove a right pain
15:40Wealth Check: 'We want to take the leap into the property market'
15:40Questions of Cash: I lost out when cash machine failed to deliver
15:40Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Santander faces HBOS's Spanish inquisition
15:41Where did all the homeless people go?
15:41There's nothing grown up about being shackled by debt
15:43The idea of the nation state is fatally flawed
15:43Tony Blair is the one person who thinks the Tories might win the next election
15:45Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Smith takes aim at 'FT' after seeing off the FSA
15:46Those loud purple blazers have their place
15:46Could Iraq's democratic future depend on an old man lying in a London hospital bed?
15:46The shock of finding that I belong to Middle England
15:46Me and my home: Marie Caudwell
15:46Visions of tomorrow
15:46Sun and games in Greece
15:47Jeremy Warner's Outlook: BA staff teeter on brink of industrial suicide
15:50Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Caution reigns as recovery runs out of steam
15:50The Liberal Democrats need to decide whether to campaign to the left or right of Labour
15:50Car Choice: 'What is sporty but can handle humps?'
15:52Angela Lambert: The worldwide, online flea market
15:53Business View: Vickers in a twist unless the OFT is called to account
15:53Peter York on Ads: Heinz Baked Beans
15:53Peter York on Ads: Heinz Baked Beans
15:53Film Studies: No one screamed like Fay Wray. But screaming was the least of her talents ...
15:53How to turn base talents into gold with just a thwack
15:53Wealth Check: 'How can I stop sliding into the red?'
15:56<preform>Killing Paul McCartney/Bombshells/The Blind Fiddler, Assembly Rooms<br>Thom Pain/New Spaces For Role Models/Nine Days Crazy/The Elephant Woman, Pleasance<br/>Harry and Me, Gilded Balloon<br/>Bima & Bramati, Traverse</preform>
15:59Questions of Cash: Why do I have to show ID to get my cash?
16:01Cover Stories: Alan Clark's biographer; Michael Crichton's long-awaited novel; short story competition
16:02Love of country can be a force for evil
16:05Michael Harrison's Outlook: Governance police shoot one of their own
16:05Campaigning in August, reverting to old themes on crime - Mr Howard is desperate
16:06Blair must define the role of our troops in Iraq
16:06The Playboy philosophy of the Western world
16:07House Hunter: 'How much is a starter flat in Barbados?'
16:07Michael Harrison's Outlook: Pension time bomb that needs nerves of steel
16:11Now you're talking
16:12If you needed an operation, would you rather join the queue here in Britain - or get the job done in India and make a holiday of it?
16:42Threatening the Sudan government won't help Darfur
16:43Landscape of dreams
16:43Postgraduate: Counselling research; treating rabbits; MA in media talk
16:43Life's more than just cramming
16:43Peter Knight: If chemistry goes, who will notice?
16:44Michael Howard should back John Kerry
16:44Society, speed cameras and the relentless rise of a new selfishness
16:44House Hunter: 'We need a family home in rural Ireland'
16:44Charles Arthur On Technology
16:45Michael Harrison's Outlook: More Egg on face for Prudential's Bloomer
16:50Stephen King: Central bank coxswain can't fully trust the crew
16:51This Muslim force is not what Iraq needs
16:51Hermione Eyre: There's more to Mensa than silly puzzles
16:51Catherine Pepinster: The Vatican should practice the feminism it preaches
16:56This presidential battle is only just starting - and it is going to get so much nastier
16:58The Independent Parent: Can you tell us about camps run by the Woodcraft Folk?
16:58So could New Labour really be in power for several more decades?
16:59I've changed my mind on animal rights
16:59Music has the power to heal the soul
17:02Conor Ryan: Ministers need the levers for their plan
17:02'No! the system's crashed'
17:02Where is the forensic criticism of all this Prime Ministerial policy-making?
17:02Why Tony Blair can't afford a Kerry victory
17:04Postgraduate: MA in human rights; Glycaemic Index research; digital archiving
17:05Michael Harrison's Outlook: McGowan sweeps as he cleans at Rentokil
17:05My So-called Life: Trust Supermummy - she knows best
17:06When Kerry is more hawkish than Bush
17:06The perfect monument for Princess Diana
17:07Charles Arthur On Technology
17:09Mark Seddon: Gordon Brown may never become Prime Minister
17:09Here we go again - the Conservatives are putting on their annual summer show
17:10Football, fornication and fiftysomethings
17:31Peter York on Ads: In the gravel drives of Freeland the car is not the star
17:31Expert View: The law of unintended consequences bites at Brown
17:31Business View: Abbey's Spanish suitor has a secret under its kilt
17:31Don Quixote, Royal Opera House, London
17:31Film Studies: The pristine, pouting legend of Val Kilmer - and why I hope he lives to enjoy it
17:34Melanie Bien: The outlook is gloomy for Britain's pensioners
17:34Wealth Check: Should buy-to-let be part of this lawyer's brief?
17:35Questions of Cash: Can we sue over our endowment shortfall?
17:36Secrets of Success: Is the stock market overvalued today?
17:36Private Investor: Resilient BA flies through turbulence and turns a profit
17:36William Kay: Suddenly, ministers see the wisdom of financial lessons in our schools
17:36Wealth Check: 'I want to clear my debts and start my own business'
17:37The Sketch: A lesson in linguistics - Demonstrable progress is becoming irreversible
17:39Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Markets under the pensions catastrophe cosh
17:42At last, Tony Blair has defined himself: he is a compassionate Thatcherite
17:43A mistaken sense of smugness at Number 10
17:43Andrew Oswald: Why learning will make you happier
17:43The Sketch: Ten more years of Blair the infallible
17:44Ten years on, his party is sullen, the voters feel betrayed - and Blair is rejuvenated
17:44Kinnock blew it in 1986. Has Howard done the same?
17:45House Hunter: 'I want to practise my swing in the sun'
17:45The sanctification of family values
17:45The Sketch: Celestial Blair uses yogic flying skills to float above the debate
17:49Golf's junkies are small beer beside Tour's cycle of abuse
17:49Stephen King: Choices facing Brown get harder all the time
17:50The Cure, Move Festival, Manchester<br/>Todd Rundgren, Academy, Bristol
17:53Business View: M&S hasn't seen the last of the Monaco marauder
17:53Expert View: The robber barons need a touch of Putin's iron fist
17:54Questions of Cash: Should I be starting to draw my pension now?
17:54Private Investor: Rose is looking in the wrong place for M&S customers
17:55Tony Blair has survived this week, but he is more vulnerable than ever
17:56William Kay: To help the poor, lessons in personal finance must start in the classroom
17:57Butler has thwarted Tony Blair's critics, but they won't stop until they get his head
17:58This is a big gamble for President Chirac
18:02The Sketch: We're all responsible, cries Tony, but at least I was only following advice
18:03Prescott takes the complicated route to simplify policy
18:04Butler will not answer the key questions
18:04The desecration of Olympic values
18:05Attack of the killer vacuum cleaners
18:06Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Egg scrambled by the French connection
18:07Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Is it enough as M&S lays its cards on table?
18:08Land Rover takes on-road route to top quality drive
18:08It's back to old Labour habits of spend and tax
18:08King Arthur, Attila the Hun and Bob Monkhouse
18:08The Sketch: Co-operation, mutual support, respect. Damn.
18:11Errant men and unethical women
18:30Stephen King: Let's not get sentimental over manufacturing
18:31Business View: Extra, extra. HBOS goes out on a limb to back Green bid
18:32Milos Athens Hilton
18:34Far from the madding crowd
18:35Questions of Cash: Is it cheaper to use my debit card when abroad?
18:37The freedom to say hateful things
18:40The hunk and Queen Mary
18:40Bethan Marshall: 'That school looks good. I'll take it'
18:40Postgraduate: Writing courses; Forensic computing; Inclusive design at the RCA
18:41The Sketch: Howard score-draw is a victory for Blair
18:41No one will ever resign over the intelligence failures
18:41Blair and Howard share one characteristic: a propensity for overblown policy ideas
18:41Town and country: a non-meeting of minds by Simon Carr
18:42This is not a dream ticket for the Democrats
18:42The Sketch: How to beat critics - agree with them
18:43Charles Arthur On Technology
18:45A cutting response to a cry for help
18:46Tinkering with Mad Hatters and March Hares
18:46Improving standards in our schools makes reforming the NHS seem easy
18:46The Sketch: Let us not forget how much smacking has contributed to civilisation
18:46<preform>Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Philip Green faces M&S pensions conundrum</preform>
18:48Stephen King: House prices force velvet revolution at Bank
18:50Martial Art: Be afraid, be very afraid - it's the key to a happy, healthy life, says this fighting man
18:54James Daley: A ruthless approach is needed to start closing the £27bn savings gap
18:54Private Investor: Why do institutional shareholders get special treatment?
18:56Now hand over your suspects, Mr Bush
18:56A losing streak is bad for the soul of a nation
18:56The Sketch: Top-down or even bottom-up, this lot don't know which way makes sense
18:59Postgraduate: Falmouth hope to illustrate student success; OU launches new MAs; City celebrates
18:59Who will guard the guards?
18:59Those who can, do
19:00Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Sir Peter at the end of his shelf-life at Sainsbury's
19:00Back to the future
19:00'There's a real buzz about it'
19:01The Prime Minister is determined to fight on, but Gordon Brown may have other ideas
19:02A place to create
19:02The Sketch: Poisonous praise is Howard's only hope for making the devils hiss
19:03I distrust this new hero of the left
19:03The Sketch: The hermetic order of Parliament where change is a strange word
19:05Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Green to move in for kill at wounded M&S
19:05House Hunter: 'We want a dream property in France'
19:08Michael Harrison's Outlook: A bad smell for Rose but surely nothing more
19:31The Return (12A)
19:35Private Investor: Memo to Mr Souter: show M&S how to rescue a business
19:35The Week in Politics: 'Yes' tortoise is yet to get out of the starting block
19:36Reasons to find Cliff Richard extremely irritating
19:37The new radicalism of black Britain
19:39Studies in the Zeitgeist
19:39Postgraduate: Humour school; successes at Queen's University, Belfast; mooting at Westminster
19:41Jeremy Warner's Outlook: The 'Telegraph' achieves a trophy asset price
19:43The Sketch: Sucked into the swirling vapours of the EU debate
19:43House Hunter: 'We want a house in Spain which has privacy and a friendly local community'
19:43Me and My Home: Maine residence
19:44My So-called Life: A short history of everything else
19:44Soham proves the need for a national police force
19:45David Blunkett has betrayed the trust of all those who care about civil liberties
19:45Jeremy Warner's Outlook: A stock market teeming with long term value
19:51Brian Viner: Five-star treatment for whistle-blowers and cereal offenders
19:51Faust, Royal Opera House, London<br/>The Enchantress, Grange Park Opera, Hampshire<br/>Cherevichki/ Cosi fan Tutte, Garsington Opera, Oxfordshire
19:51Tamar's Revenge, Swan, Stratford-Upon-Avon<br/>Dirty Blonde, Duke of York's, London<br/>The Arab-Israeli Cookbook, Gate, London<br/>Damages, Bush, London
19:51Jersey Girl<br/>Mean Girls<br/>The Whole Ten Yards<br/>Freeze Frame<br/>The Hours of the Day<br/>Intimate Strangers<br/>Almost Peaceful<br/>Deep Blue<br/>Duck Soup
19:51Film Studies: The real reason for remaking 'The Stepford Wives'
19:51Business View: Even if he beats the bid, Rose will need the rub of the green
19:52Melanie Bien: If housing subsides, you don't have to go under
19:52The Cooler (15)
19:52Peter York on Ads: Drink up guys, we're going for a walk on the wild side
19:52Expert View: When it comes to savings, we're all amateurs
19:52Cipriani, London W1
19:53The Soldier's Tale, Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House, London
19:54Wealth Check: A case of the bricks and mortar blues
19:55Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Split caps fiasco puts FSA's reputation on line
19:56The Week in Politics: Choice? There is none when it comes to big ideas buzzwords
19:57Wealth Check: 'How can I save but still afford to go on holiday?'
19:57Secrets of Success: Obvious questions begging for answers
19:57Questions of Cash: Why am I being overcharged to transfer money?
20:02Anna Somers Cocks: Why is art not reflecting world events?
20:02Postgraduate: East Asian studies at Bristol; Keeping patients; Cool Diamonds
20:03Conor Ryan: We must not baby our schoolchildren
20:03Anne-Marie Martin: The heat is on in more ways than one for the class of 2004
20:04The blunder that Blair has made over Europe
20:04The Sketch: Never mind the Algarve, the hooligans were out in force in the House
20:04Me And My Home: Strength and grace
20:06Pick a fight with the undeserving rich
20:06House Hunter: 'We want to swap the chaotic London life for a peaceful retirement in Gozo'
20:07The Sketch: Respect for all except 'The Sun' from the listening Prime Minister
20:11Stephen King: MPC should put some madness in its method
20:31Business View: Now it's the turn of Rose to grab M&S by the lapels
20:31Film Studies: The reason why we never trust a sad smiling face
20:32Melanie Bien: No travel cover? You could be lost in Lisbon
20:32Peter York on Ads: In the supermarket war, a genuine chef is dynamite
20:34Norma/Opera Holland Park, Holland Park Theatre, London<br/>Katya Kabanova/Welsh National Opera, New Theatre, Cardiff
20:34Silence Between Two Thoughts (15)
20:34<preform>Connie and Carla<br/>I'm Not Scared</br>Edward Said: The Last Interview</preform>
20:34Random Dance, Sadler's Wells, London<br/>ENB, Royal Albert Hall, London
20:35Questions Of Cash: Barclays failed to compensate me for mis-selling
20:36Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Back to the future as Barclays eyes Cazenove
20:36Secrets of Success: Watching the world's greatest investors
20:37Private Investor: Singin' the Baker Street blues for that ol' retail monolith
20:37Annalisa Barbieri: Mr Big rises to the bait in a small pond
20:39Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Bank abandons gradualist approach to rates
20:39Are women really this gormless?
20:39The most dangerous movie ever made
20:40The Sketch: Textual celebration of aspiring politician's empty statement
20:41Jeremy Warner's Outlook: BT boldly goes, but will it deliver the goods?
20:42Singing for your polygon
20:42Silence is Britain's best policy on Iraq
20:42Can anyone deliver my wish list for London?
20:42There are big ideas in politics, if only the parties were prepared to talk about them
20:43Postgraduate: September 11; Irish painters; text mining
20:43How to hatch young tycoons
20:44David Blunkett's recipe: wrecked lives, wasted money and higher crime
20:44Why do these flags make us so uncomfortable?
20:45House Hunter: 'We'd like a lettable family property in Florida. Should we buy new or resale?'
20:46Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Stelios weighs options as easyJet nosedives
20:49Humble cup of tea served up with the Magna Carta as Britain's cultural icons
20:49Talking about my nicotine-stained generation
20:49The new defenders of the British Empire
20:51Wealth Check: 'Are we saving enough to retire in comfort?'
20:52The Cat's Meow (12A)
20:52Since Otar Left (15)<br/>Japanese Story (15)<br/>The Reckoning (15)<br/>Carnival In Flanders (12A)
20:52Brief Encounter, National Opera Studio, London<br/>Lufthansa Festival of Baroque Music, Various venues, London<br/> Academy of Ancient Music/Egarr, St John's Smith Square, London
20:53The False Servant, NT Cottesloe, London<br/>Measure For Measure, NT Olivier, London<br/>Don't Look Back, Somerset House, London
20:53Film Studies: Witless wealth, superiority and boredom - the movie
20:54Peter York on Ads: When old jokes fail to deliver the promised punchline
20:54Business View: Green needs more of the green stuff for this bid to work
20:56The day Allied bombers destroyed my home town
20:57Secrets of Success: Interesting battle for M&S is on the cards
20:57Private Investor: At least Mr Green won't be getting his hands on Tesco
21:00Reverend Pooter and the Royal Family
21:02Scratching a living
21:02Picking up the pieces
21:02Postgraduate: Forensic psychology; Painting and Drawing diploma; e-learning
21:02Compulsory postal voting is a shameful exercise in electoral manipulation
21:02It is time for all these leaders to go
21:03Peter Knight: Academics must have their freedom
21:06House Hunter: 'I'm dreaming of a sunny retreat in the south of France, but can I afford it?'
21:07The disenchanted will use this poll to kick the entire political establishment
21:08Yearning for the mindset of half a century ago
21:08Priests are fine for real life, but not for soaps
21:08Do adulterers have a right to privacy?
21:08Ministers who once regarded Livingstone as a liability now depend on him for success
21:09Stephen King: US economy needs rehab for debt addiction
21:32Le Cercle, London SW1
21:32Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (PG) The Day After Tomorrow (12A)
21:32Film Studies: Touching, noble, subtle, spiritual - he was the true father of cinema
21:32<preform>The Killers, Fleece and Firkin, Bristol <br>Gonzales/ The Pipettes/ David Devant And His Spirit Wife/Pink Grease, Various venues, London</preform>
21:32Arabella, Royal Opera House, London Die ZauberflÃ¶te, Glyndebourne Festival Opera, Sussex PellÃ©as et MÃ©lisande, Glyndebourne Festival Opera, Sussex
21:32<preform>The Black Rider, Barbican, London <br>Fuddy Meers, Arts, London<br> Lucky Dog, Royal Court Upstairs, London <br>Yellowman, Hampstead, London</preform>
21:32Rambert, Birmingham Hippodrome
21:32Peter York on Ads: All change in ice-cream selling. Especially the women
21:36Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Herculean struggle awaits Green's M&S bid
21:36Questions of Cash: How do I get my endowment compensation?
21:37David Conn: Creditors call for investigation after Darlington escape administration
21:37Mayday for mayflies, manna from heaven
21:38Private Investor: Tesco earns plaudits despite every little anecdotal problem
21:41This is the beginning of the endgame in Iraq
21:42Why I applaud the rise of Joan Collins and her friends as a political force
21:43Louis Armstrong: Like a doctor or a lawyer, you can be a specialist in a diverse profession
21:43Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Compensation rulings will make us all poorer
21:43Stephen McNair: Part-time students - endangered species
21:43Sticks and stones
21:43Universities' iron lady
21:43Postgraduate: Online dermatology diploma; Salford's bafta success; University of London's top student
21:44The most important three words in politics. Not my fault
21:45House Hunter: 'We'd like to move to Germany, but don't know where to start our search'
21:45Get a better deal abroad
21:46Charles Arthur On Technology
21:46Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Vodafone's performance is lost in translation
21:47The Sketch: Painful therapy in the Prime Minister's Big Tent
21:47Anger is now all the rage on television
21:48Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Besieged life assurers face another flogging
21:50Michael Howard's opportunism proves that the Tories are back in the game
21:50How private schools can earn their keep
21:50Skiving (and the art of throwing a sickie)
21:53Stephen King: Rising rates will put Brown's boast to the test
22:00The Week in Politics: Elections could justify Kennedy's waiting game
22:01Private Investor: Waiting for Iraq to bring stability to the oil-guzzling globe
22:01Wealth Check: 'Should my pension or nest-egg take priority?'
22:05Lesson from America
22:05A contract to behave
22:05Postgraduate: crime science; distance learning; canine stress; urban foxes
22:05Seat of learning
22:05Study breaks with a view
22:09Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Biotech darling's poison pill leaves sour taste
22:09The harsh truth of life on electoral death row
22:09House Hunter: 'I want to buy a property in Turkey, but don't know which developers to trust'
22:10The Sketch: The cockpit of democracy left on autopilot
22:11The Sketch: Grown-ups try to make sense of feline ambiguities
22:12A bridge too far? Berlusconi plans to link Sicily to mainland
22:12Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Gent gambles on JP Garnier's GSK therapy
22:13Paul Vallely: When exposing a source is the right thing to do
22:33Inn the Park, London SW1
22:33Business View: Want to know why petrol's so pricey? Ask George Bush
22:34Film Studies: She could have been a contender. She could have been Sybil Fawlty...
22:34Shattered Glass (12A); <br/>Against the Ropes (12A); <br/>Radio (PG); <br/>The Football Factory (18); <br/>Bon Voyage (12A); <br/>Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter... and Spring (15)
22:34The Valkyrie/ ENO, Coliseum, London; <br/>Francesca da Rimini & Pagliacci/ Opera North, Grand Theatre, Leeds; <br/>Hallé Orchestra/ Mark Elder, Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
22:34Alanis Morissette, Bush Hall, London; <br/>Liars, Mean Fiddler, London
22:34Whistling Psyche, Almeida, London; <br/>Gone to Earth, Lyric Hammersmith, London; Beautiful and Damned, Lyric Shaftesbury, London
22:36Secrets of Success: Putting his reputation where his mouth is
22:37Private Investor: A Sky-high salary, but can Murdoch's son deliver profits?
22:38Scottish league tables
22:38English league tables
22:39Blair's Biggest Conversation won't be in public
22:41Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Wholesale price cuts put BT back on front foot
22:45The Sketch: Prescott once said: 'I'll die in a ditch for Blair.' Is it time now?
22:47House Hunter: 'Is a villa in the Med too expensive?'
22:48So what's wrong with oikish behaviour?
22:48Beware the virgin soldier roadshow
22:48Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Fuelling problems for the airline industry
22:49Charles Arthur On Technology
22:49Q&A: How can I come up with the right colour schemes for my house?
22:57Business View: Bankruptcy is high. Inflation is low. The rate rise is pointless
22:58Film Studies: Was this the most pretentious British film ever made?
22:58Henry IV, Donmar Warehouse, London<br/>Gone Missing, Gate, London<br/>M.A.D., Bush, London
22:58The Saddest Music in the World (15)<br/>Van Helsing (12A)
22:58The Company (12A)<br/>Wonderland (18)<br/>Laws of Attraction (12A)<br/>Demonlover (nc)<br/>Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen (PG)<br/>The Basque Ball (15)<br/>Reinventing Eddie (15)<br/>Married/Unmarried (18)
22:58Eric Clapton, Royal Albert Hall, London<br/>Dogs Die In Hot Cars, Islington Academy, London
22:58Yo-Yo Ma/Ton Koopman/Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Barbican Hall, London<br/>London Symphony Orchestra/Valery Gergiev, Barbican Hall, London<br/>Gruppen, Blackheath Concert Halls, London
22:58Romeo and Juliet, Royal New Zealand Ballet, touring
22:59Inside Lines: IOC pressure as Athens faces final countdown
23:10Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Greenspan begins road back to higher rates
23:10Charles Arthur On Technology
23:13Research students can be good for business
23:15Those in the Muslim world who hoped for higher Western standards are broken hearted
23:33Brum Brum offer isn't so good under the bonnet
23:33Inside Lines: Games can be 'gift of the century' for London
23:33Business View: The BAE rockers need to give up fighting the MoD
23:35James Daley: If there's no such thing as a free lunch, what does a free car cost?
23:36The Week in Politics: Blair, go? Rubbish. It's merely the bucket's return
23:37How to get your greens
23:37Private Investor: Lifting the curtain on Eastern European investment options
23:44Mr Blair may intend to fight the election, but I bet he quits in the next few months
23:44The year of living sensibly
23:44The Sketch: Question time brings Archangel Blair down to earth with a bump
23:46My So-called Life: Why I should be running the BBC
23:46Charles Arthur On Technology
23:46The Sketch: Be careful of Scottish questions. They could induce a coma
23:47Oh, dear! The rules of behaviour have been reversed
23:47The organisation that keeps the poor in poverty
23:47Outlook: A problem with chemistry as BP opts for IPO
23:47House Hunter: 'What are the up-and-coming areas in South Africa?'
23:48Outlook: And now for pharma's next trick: er, no rabbit
23:56Anastasia, Royal Opera House, London<br/>Stephen Petronio, Corn Exchange, Brighton
23:56Oleanna, Garrick, London<br/>Uncle Varick, Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh<br/>Cyrano de Bergerac, NT Olivier, London
23:56Film Studies: Gangsters don't retire, they just move to Spain to write up their memoirs
23:56Norah Jones, Apollo, Manchester<br/>Hot Chip, Dublin Castle, London
23:56The Haunted Manor/Polish National Opera, Sadler's Wells, London<br/>The Barber of Seville/The Marriage of Figaro/Savoy Opera, Savoy Theatre, London
23:56The Good Old Naughty Days (R-18)
23:58William Kay: Lenders should take more care in their scramble to push loans
00:04The Labour Party has a massive majority, so why is its leadership so defensive?
00:05Outlook: Bank ducks challenge of taming house prices
00:06Postgraduate: Learning on Screen awards; MSc in science media production; folk-song studies
00:06The Church is in no position to preach about politics
00:06The Sketch: A rare occurrence in the House - a genuine debate
00:07Is £250 too small a prize?
00:10Malta: Find homes with history
00:13Beware of referendums. They seem so seductive but always land you in trouble
00:30The Sketch: A brilliant cocktail of contempt for the public
00:36Guide launched on raising start-up funds of up to Â£1m
00:36La VeillÃ©e des Abysses, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London
00:43Passed/Failed: 'University was a very druggy place'
00:44Postgraduate: Studying the art of war; Sponsorship for city design; Learning to spin
00:45Outlook: Housing bubble troubles markets' Dr Doom
00:47House Hunter: 'I've got Â£120,000 to invest and Croatia appeals. What sort of property can I buy?'
00:47Golf: the snobbish sport of suburbia
00:51Richard Garner: Teachers should be cautious about taking strike action
00:51Hermione Eyre: I Ferrari you. Do you Armani me?
00:51Graham Kelly: 'Deadly' Doug can still go on a charm offensive
00:53'I felt like an alien. Now people understand'
00:54Film Studies: Long, sketchy, bogus: the movies we get are the ones that we deserve
00:54Goldie Lookin' Chain, Bierkeller, Bristol Vincent Gallo, Royal Festival Hall, London The Departure, 333 Club, London
00:54Expert View: Goal-oriented thinking outside the box
00:54Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk, Royal Opera House, London Anne Sofie von Otter/Bengt Forsberg, Wigmore Hall, London
00:54<preform>Romeo and Juliet, RST, Stratford-Upon-Avon <br>Beasts and Beauties, Old Vic, Bristol <br>Majnoun, Riverside, London</preform>
00:54<preform>Shaun of the Dead (15)<br>50 First Dates (12A) <br>Blind Fight (15) <br>In Song For a Raggy Boy (15)<br>Masti (nc)<br>Les Diables (15) <br>Deserted Station (nc)</preform>
00:54Business View: Why Britain may say thanks a lot to the Sans-Culottes
00:54Capturing the Friedmans (15)
00:58Blair still failing to escape the dark clouds of war
00:58Worker flexibility is a way of exploiting the childless