Topical studio discussion with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
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 lively family magazine show.
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
Alan Titchmarsh and Judi Spiers present the Broadcasting Press Guild Awards, for the best TV and radio programmes during the past year.
12.55pm Regional News; Weather
With Philip Hayton. Subtitled
Weather Rob McElwee
Live coverage of the final day's racing in the National Hunt
Festival, featuring the Gold Cup.
2.15 Daily Express Triumph Hurdle (2m If)
2.50 Bonusprint Stayers Hurdle (3m)
3.30 Tote Cheltenham Gold Cup (3m2½f)
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan and Richard Pitman. Reports by Jonathan Powell. Introduced by Julian Wilson.
(Coverage continues on BBC2)
With Philippa Forrester.
Rupert the Bear
Rupert and the Dragon Sweets is told by Ray Brooks.
Eleventh in a 13-part musical series written by Simon Davies. Today: Melvin and Maureen compose a "goldfish-a-gram". With Matthew Devitt and Sophie Aldred.
Cartoon. Yogi's notion that he's smarter than the average bear leads him and Boo-Boo from one picnic basket to another.
A seven-part comedy series written by Robin Kingsland. The Gristles struggle to rid themselves of an evil duke.
A five-part story told daily by KristianSchmid.
4: Nowhere to turn? Colin finds some help in an unlikely place.
With John Leslie, Diane-Louise Jordan and Anthea Turner.
Lucy gives Brad lessons in dealing with the opposite sex. Dorothy and Madge become ghost-busters. Paul's attempts to rebuild his empire take a worrying turn. Pam is urged to return to nursing.
(Shownat 1.30pm. For cast see Friday)
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather Ian McCaskill NEWS BY TELEPHONE: BBC News can be heard between 5.00am and 8.00pm by dialling[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
Tricky Dicky gets involved in family matters and finds he's out of his depth. Michelle's emotions are put to the test again. As Sanjay goes flat-hunting, Richard does his best to keep Gita company, but things do not go smoothly.
This week's episodes written by Michael Robartes
The wetland paradise of the Okavango in Botswana is a rich feeding ground for a spectacular array of fish predators, including the magnificent fishing owl. By day eagles and kingfishers plunder the waters, while below the surface other bizarre hunters lurk. At night the fishing owl rules. Wildlife on One captures the hunting skills of this rare bird as it plunges into the dark waters to seize the pike that live there.
Narrated by David Attenborough.
A Partridge Films production for BBCtv
Comedy series about two mismatched neighbours.
Written by Richard Ommanney, and starring Louisa Rix, Gareth Hunt
Vince's fallen windmill is front-page news, and Newsroom South East get interested. But that's the least of Gilly's worries.
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Ian McCaskill
By the Liberal Democrat Treasury Spokesman, Alan Beith.
The series in which police forces around the country appeal for viewers to help them solve serious crimes.
Tonight: the murder of Arthur Brumhill , a 76-year-old pet shop worker, in Northampton. Also, an armed robbery on a sub-post office near Reading. Presented by Nick Ross and Sue Cook. Phone on [number removed]from 9.30pm until midnight. Studio director Pieter Morpurgo Series producer Liz Mills
Details on Ceefax page
(Crimewatch UK Update is at 11.25pm)
Welsh Secretary David Hunt , MP, and businessman Sir John Harvey-Jones are among the guests on tonight's panel in Cardiff. With Peter Sissons.
Producer Lea Sellers
Editor Alexandra Henderson A Brian Lapping production for BBCtv
With the latest news from the Crimewatch studio.
Last in the series in which
Muslims talk about their faith and the Fast of Ramadan, and read from the Holy Koran. Producer Gwynneth Lloyd
Executive producer Jack Emery
Tracy Piggott introduces highlights of the three days of the 1993 National Hunt Festival.
RCN Nursing Update: Units 33 and 34.