Topical studio discussion.
Game show with Ross King.
VIEWERS' QUIZ: see Tuesday
With Philippa Forrester.
Today: the Patch Stop.
Anne Diamond and Nick Owen welcome you to their live and topical family magazine show.
10.50 Fashion with Claire Roberts
11.00 News (Subtitled); weather
11.10 TV Preview with Jimmy Greaves
11.20 Library of Romance
11.30 Video Stars
11.35 Medical Phone-in with Dr Mark Porter
11.50 Homeworks (Do It Yourself)
12.00 News (Subtitled); weather HOTLINE: see Tuesday
Live conversation and music, presented by Alan Titchmarsh.
With Philip Hayton. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
Word game with Don Maclean. VIEWERS' QUIZ: see Tuesday
Human drama starring
After 15 years of loyal service to top executive Lyman James. his devoted secretary Isabel finds herself torn between him and the dynamic new company president, Wynn Thomas - both physically and emotionally.
Director Guy Green 0 SEE FILMS pages 37-42
With Philippa Forrester.
Rupert and the Sea Sprites is told by Ray Brooks.
Ninth in a 13-part musical series. Maureen uses her magical plant powder - with dramatic results. With Matthew Devitt and Sophie Aldred.
The first of two Jackanory adventures about the flamboyant Daisy Pig, written by M.J. Robson, and told by Dawn French. Today: chaos reigns as Daisy Pig keeps shop.
A seven-part comedy series written by Robin Kingsland. Second in a two-part tale of further chaos at the mismanaged seaside hotel.
John Patten , Secretary of State for Education, answers questions on Britain's school system, sent in by viewers and from a studio audience.
Amy and Paul's relationship takes a tragic turn. Josh is torn between betraying his new girlfriend and running the risk of losing Todd and Phoebe's friendship. Guy makes a decision about his future.
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather Penny Tranter NEWS BY TELEPHONE: BBC News can be heard between 5.00am and 8.00pm by dialling 0[number removed]. Calls are charged at 36p per minute cheap rate. 48p at all other times.
The best of today's music and pre-chart exclusives.
Introduced by Mark Franklin. Director Arch Dyson
Producer Stanley Appel
Rose brings unexpected news of husband Alfie, Clyde tries to contact Sharon, Michelle gets a shock and Rachel finds it does not take long for her good news to spread round the Square.
This week's episodes written by Tony Jordan Series producer Leonard Lewis Director Sue Dunderdale
Too Close for Comfort?
Another chance to see this film revealing the true life of chimpanzees in their forest home. Shot over two years, it includes some remarkable photography by Michael Richards of 60 chimpanzees hunting and killing monkeys for food - climaxing in a screaming, frenzied scrum for meat. It appears horrific, but a closer look shows that these chimps hunt in a highly organised, intelligent way. Each of the large males has a specific role: some go ahead and block the monkeys' escape as others drive them forward. Besides their hunting skills, the chimps use 19 tools - only humans use more. And theirs is also a warm, intimate society. So might they be our nearest relations?
Narrator David Attenborough. Producer Alastair Fothergill
Series producer Mike Beynon
SEE PREVIEW page 13
Comedy series about two mismatched neighbours.
Written by Richard Ommanney and starring Louisa Rix, Gareth Hunt
Vince is unhappy with Stella's latest decision. Gilly's romance continues, but for how long?
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Penny Tranter
Comedy series written by Peter Tilbury and starring Lenny Henry
Fame Is the Spur. With Janice taking over running the business, Gareth enters the world of TV food programmes.
Director John Birkin
Producer Charlie Hanson
An APC/Crucial production for BBCtv
Dr Brian Mawhinney , Labour peeress Baroness Blackstone, and Charles Kennedy , President of the Liberal Democrats, are among the guests facing questions on tonight's panel in London. With Peter Sissons.
Producer Lea Sellers
Editor Alexandra Henderson A Brian Lapping production for BBCtv
American crime series.
A black activist politician uses the plight of a rape victim's family to call for his own justice.
Muslims talk about their faith and the Fast of Ramadan, and read from the Holy Koran. Producer Gwynneth Lloyd
Executive producer Jack Emery A Drama House production for BBCtv
RCN Nursing Update: Units 9 and 10.