Analysis of the main trading stories.
EditorPaulGibbs (Timetable on Tuesday)
With Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey. EditorBob Wheaton (Timetable on Tuesday)
With Zoe Ball , Josie D'Arby and Ratz.
Exploring the lives of three people.
The Tent Stop.
A Felgate production forBBCtv
Last in the animated series.
Starring Cybill Shepherd , Bruce Willis SamandDave. The agency takes on a strange case.
A journey around the UK. Today: Matlock in Derbyshire.
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo
A Turnabout production for BBCtv
Murphy's Law. An injured young girl and her mother are flown into Coopers Crossing. Stereo
A garden with a spectacular view, an impressive collection of fuchsias, and a newly-planted garden pool. A Straight Forward production for BBCtv
A boat trip down Ullswater in the last episode of the series.
Last day at the hospital.
With Toby Antis and Ratz. Stereo
With Terry Nutkins , Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan.
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Second of a three-part drama series about the relationship between a half wolf and a boy.
Philip uncovers the truth about Gaby and Annalise makes a fool of herself by flirting.
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With Martyn Lewis and Jill Dando. Subtitled
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Another three contestants battle it out in this contest of knowledge and tactics.
Presented by Paul Daniels. Director/Producer David Taylor
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"Cycling makes me very fit, but with all the wonderful food in France, I haven't lost any weight," sighs 20-stone Tom Vernon. Having gently pedalled his way round both Louisiana and Argentina, he is now turning his attention to la belle France.
Shown as the BBC's French Challenge initiative gets under way this week, Vernon begins a six-part series that takes him through the varying regions of France meeting ordinary and extraordinary people and, of course, sampling a few tasty morsels on the way. His first stop is Brittany, where he discovers quaint fishing villages, women in tall lace bonnets, mile upon mile of artichoke fields, and some Gallic fun and games.
Pottering around on a bicycle gives him the opportunity to see everything in detail. As he explains: "Vernon'sfirstlawof delightful inertia is that a bicycle is not for going places, a bicycle is for stopping."
Director/Producer Tom Vernon A Fat Man production for BBCtv
Subtitled 79 (The French Challenge season continues with Gardeners' World at 8.30pm on BBC2)
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The week's final visit behind the scenes with vets and pets at an RSPCA hospital. Most pets go home cured or on the way to a cure, but staff vets, nurses, drivers and inspectors must all know the kindest way to end an animal's suffering.
Another chance to see this classic comedy first shown in November 1975.
The Harder They Fall
Godber takes up boxing and enters the prison championships. He's hot favourite to win, but Fletcher is given the task of fixing things and nobbling his cell-mate.
Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais Producer Sydney Lotterby
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Rob McElwee
The concluding part of a two-part drama based on the true story of a mother's struggle for justice. Starring Patty Duke
Dusty has successfully escaped with Christine, and Mary realises the only way she will get her grand-daughter back is to succeed in having Dusty convicted of conspiracy to murder Chris, who was brutally killed after he started divorce proceedings.
Provoking the FBI into launching an inquiry, she also forges an unlikely partnership with a sophisticated private investigator who agrees to participate in a radical plan of action. Then Mary faces another crisis as her husband Jack has a near-fatal heart attack.
(For part land cast list see Thursday at
Arnold Schwarzenegger and director James Cameron , whose latest collaboration is the spy thriller True Lies, feature in this behind-the-scenes documentary on the creation of the second multi-million dollar
Terminatormovie and its state-of-the-art special effects. The programme includes interviews with both
Schwarzenegger and his co-star Linda Hamilton.
Terminator 2: Judgment Day can be seen tomorrow on BBC 1.
Donald Sutherland Brooklyn 1965: young Michael Dunn arrives at St Basil's, a Catholic school for boys, looking forward to an easy life. But after falling in with the school's reprobate, Michael begins to find that being a rebel with a cause can be a lot of fun.
Director Michael Dinner (1985)
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