With Hayley Millar.
At 6.02 News; 6.12 Financial markets;
6.15,6.35 Business news; 6.27,6.57
Regional news; 6.30 Sport; 6.55 Weather. EditorGrantClelland .....
With Sophie Raworth , and Steve Rider with news on the Commonwealth Games.
At 7.00,8.00 Main news, with summaries every half-hour; 7.25,7.55,8.25,8.55 Weather, Regional news, Travel; and
Topical studio debate. Subtitled .
Drama series. Jaime tells Alex to be discreet.
Repeated at 2.05pm .....
Makeover magic, with John Leslie.
Regional News and Weather
Introduced by Steve Rider. ll.OORugbyUnion The quarter-finals.
11.30 Swimming Finals action. At 11.30 women's 400m freestyle, 11.50 men's 100m freestyle, 12.10pm women's
100m backstroke, 12.30 men's 200m backstroke, 12.50 women's 4xl00m freestyle. Also, the synchronised swimming solo free routine final, with commentary by Andrea Holland.
Plus, boxing preliminaries.
Including at 11.55 News Regional News and Weather
Weather Subtitled .....
1.30 Regional News; Weather
Paul is dumped but Hannah is delighted.
Introduced by Sue Barker.
2.25 Gymnastics Highlights of the women's all-round final.
3.10 Rugby Union Continued coverage of the quarter-finals, subtitled .....
Shown at 8.35am on BBC2 ................
Animation about a tiny man
A visit to the Why Bird Stop prompts a look at shapes.
Wildlife series, with Dominic Wood. Today: undersea creatures.
Repeat Subtitled ............................
Horror drama series.
Welcome to the Dead House (parti)
Things get creepier.
Watching the Blue Peter hot-air balloon.
With Richard Bacon, Katy Hill, Konnie Huq and Stuart Miles.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.45am on BBC2
With Martyn Lewis and Jennie Bond.
Weather David Braine Subtitled.
Comprehensive regional news, weather and sports reports.
Presented byGwenan Edwards and Mike Embley.
Editor Jane Mote Subtitled ............
Michael Aspel lies in wait with the red book, readyto spring a surprise on another guest.
Producer Sue Green; Series producer
The live current-affairs show, with presenter Juliet Morris.
Chris Choi investigates how the booming sport ofscubadiving is claiming the lives of British people who have had inadequate training for local conditions abroad; Wendy Robbins reports on private hospital patients who say their well-being was put in dangerwhen their postoperative care was left tojunior staff; and Anastasia Cooke tests the public's reaction to female baldness as a survey reveals that work-related stress is causing hair loss among women. Series producer Colin Savage
Editor Dave Stanford
It's happy families again at the Vic, but there's one loser nevertheless. Bianca's refusal to face facts worries Ricky.
For cast see Tuesday Soaps with Alison Graham : page 12
Continuing the documentary series following the medical staff and patients of Birmingham children's hospital.
A premature baby has to be resuscitated when he stops breathing, a 12-year-old with high blood pressure has an operation to remove a stomach tumour, and a ten-year-old girl undergoes the final tests to determine the necessity of a livertransplant.
Series editor Alison Rooper
Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff
With Peter Sissons.
Regional News; Weather
The first update on some of the interdomestic disputes featured in the Neighbours at
War documentary shown earlier this year. See today's choices. Directors Jeremy Hall and Rod Williams Executive producer Christopher Martin
The current-affairs series returns with more in-depth looks at events at home and abroad.
The Love Drug
Panorama investigates the impotence drug Viagra, including evidence of abuse and concerns that not enough is known about its human and financial costs.
Editor Peter Horrocks
NOTE: as Panorama is topical and likely to react to events in the news, its subject matter may change
* See This week: page 7
The diverse documentary series. Alan McGee - the Man Who
Creation Records founder Alan
McGee has been at the forefront of the recording industry since the mid-eighties, but is best known today fordiscoveringthe band
Oasis. In this documentary profile, McGee talks frankly about his career and the sometimes hazardous impact success has had upon him, while colleagues, family and friends discuss his working methods and personality. Director Dave Stewart ; Series editor
Three Old Men and a Lady
Austin receives permission to perform experimental heart surgery on a frail patient.
Dr Kate Austin CHRISTINE LAHTI , Dr Phillip Watters HECTOR ELIZONDO. Dr Billy Kronk PETER BERG , Camille Shutt ROXANNE HART
Dr Kate Austin Christine
Dr Phillip Watters Hector
Dr Billy Kronk Peter
Camille Shutt Roxanne
Drama, based on a true story, starring Judith Light
A woman who has been raped by her psychiatrist finds thattheir different reputations mean she faces an uphill struggle forjustice.
Director George Kaczender (1994.15)
+ See Films: pages 48--55
Followed by Weather
Introduced by Ray Stubbs.
Swimming Including the following heats: men's 400m freestyle, women's 100m butterfly, men's 200m breaststroke, women's 100m breaststroke, men's 4x100m freestyle relay and women's 800m freestyle. Cycling Action from the women's 28km and men's
42km road individual time trials.
Commentary by Hugh Porter. Plus coverage of England's netball clash with Jamaica and the latest bowls news from the men's and women's fours and pairs competitions