Withjustin Webband Sara Coburn.
(Timetable on Monday)
With Zoe Ball , Josie D'Arby and Ratz.
Some more creative ideas.
Presented by Dave Benson Phillips.
Featuring UB40 and Lulu.
American 1980s drama series starring Stephanie Zimbalist , Pierce Brosnan Steele Trap. Remington and Laura attend a weekend party on an isolated island but fear for their lives when the guests are murdered one by one.
Hosted by Ross King.
A two-part film drama based on a novel by Dymphna Cusack and Florence James. Sydney 1944: as the city becomes host to gamblers and American GIs, three women who work in a beauty salon search for happiness.
(Part 2 on Thursday at 2.15pm)
With Toby Anstis and Ratz. Stereo
Eleventh of a 13-part live action comedy drama series. With Clinton Voss.
Brad is left shell-shocked when he discovers the truth about his new girlfriend.
With Anna Ford and Jennie Bond. subtitled
Weather Bill Giles
Natural history camera crews join members of the public to investigate their wildlife stories. John Shaughnessy has one aim - to return a species of giant crickets to Sussex. The
"wart-biter" earned its name in the Middle Ages and now these endangered insects are being bred at London Zoo to support a declining wild population.
Geoffrey Wright 's aim was to record close-ups of his garden birds. He drew them in with a simple bird-table, but now has intelligence tests to keep them occupied, pulling out matchsticks to earn peanuts.
The cameras also follow Peter and Helen Scourse as they nurse injured and starving birds of prey back to health at their Welsh home.
Introduced by Chris Packham with Derek Mooney. Series producer Paul Appleby
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Phil's happiness is jeopardised by Nadia, while Ian feels threatened by his bank manager. (For cast see Monday)
Another fast and furious game of wit and comedy wisdom. With regular team captains Bob Monkhouse and Frank Skinner and this week's guests Ray Alan and from Australia Mark Little. Hosted by Jonathan Ross.
Producers Jon Magnusson and Tom Webber Executive producer Kevin Lygo
The series which looks at crime from the viewpoint of victims and their families.
Tonight's real-life stories: the widow who decided to meet her husband's killer in a face-to-face confrontation; and why a dangerous patient walked free from a pyschiatric unit to kill a schoolgirl in the very shopping centre where she had previously threatened another young girl. Presented by Nick Ross. Scries producer Donna Taberer
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Bill Giles
Last part of the drama series about two women who run their own detective agency. Starring Barbara Flynn Catherine Russell
Those who Trespass Against
Us. Dee helps a househusband come to terms with his errant wife, while Elly goes back to university to reveal the tragedy behind the disappearance of a bright young student.
A second series of Chandler and Co will be shown next year.
Episode written by Paula Milne Producer Ann Skinner
Director Robert Marchand
A Skreba production for BBCtv
Rev Ewan Price:
On the final stage of his tour, Connolly reaches Edinburgh. Here he reminisces about a Festival appearance somewhat earlier in his career when he queued in the rain to perform a brief "trailer" for his show. Queuing behind him was a musician protecting his violin under his arm. His name was Yehudi Menuhin.
Musing on the dour Scottish philosophy of "Thou shalt not" - this, he points out, is a country where the men wear skirts and no knickers - Connolly tours Edinburgh castle, spits on the Heart of Midlothian, visits the underground street of Mary King 's Close and eventually arrives at the Usher Hall, the night's venue.
"The big light and 3,000 people staring at you," he says of performing. "You've got to do it with flu coming on or if you've had rotten news." It's hard to believe he's suffering from either as his embroidered family history delights another full house. Director Willy Smax Producer Bill Tennant
A WL/Sleepy Dumpling production for BBCtv
Last of the American drama about a late-night radio talk show host. Starring Gary Cole Blood Ties. Jack becomes a Big Brother and gets very close to a 10-year-old boy whose father then re-appears.
Chris Haywood Nicole Kidman
Michael Thornton , a careers counsellor, spends his life persuading students to be realistic. Then comes the day when acting out his fantasies in the woodshed is not enough: Michael decides that it's an actor's life for him.
Director Brendan Maher (1987)
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Executive Business Channel: scrambled