With Sally Magnusson and Paul Burden ; with Justin Webb in Bournemouth.
Timetable on Monday
On today's programme young people talk about their experience of taking drugs.
Today's contestants on the verbal communication game are Daily Express columnist Philippa Kennedy and singer/composer Lynseyde Paul against Good Morning's Nick Owen and Blockbuster's Bob Holness.
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Conference Centre. The Conservatives begin theirannual conference determined to countera summer of opinion polls favouring Tony Blair. Jeremy Hanley will make his first speech as party chairman. Coverage continues at 2. 1 on BBC2.
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A murder investigation from the producers of Perry Mason , starring Dick Van Dyke
Dr Mark Sloan loves mysteries as much as medicine, so when a friend is framed for murder, he tries tracking the true killer.
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Third episode of the 13-part drama aboard the galactic veterinary ship Dispensible. With Bernard Wright , Ann Bryson , MarkArden, Robin Kingsland and Richard Robinson.
Music show with Dannii Minogue and Toby Anstis.
This week, Bad Boys Inc and country fans battle it out for the Fan TC prize, plus a lesson in style from EYC.
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Mr Manyeke comes to the rescue.
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Rick's money is nothing but garbage. Will Brad go west with Beth? Will Luke come between Annalise and Mark?
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Another chance to see an episode of the classic comedy series.
Peggy's Big Chance. Peggy has a burningambition to become a Yellowcoat. Jeffrey arranges an interview for her.
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Ricky and Bianca row with their families, and Sharon knuckles down to organising a party for Phil and Kathy. Meanwhile, Grant finds a tape he hasn't heard before.
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Britain's most enduring television quiz show begins a new series tonight.
The programme, which celebrates its 25th year in 1995, notched up more than 250 million viewers for its last series, but the audience profile is somewhat surprising. Says executive producer Mike Adley : " More than half the programme's viewers are women, many of whom can't stand sport!"
Back in theirfamiliar roles as team captains are Ian Botham (currently nearingthe end of his latest walk for Leukaemia Research) and Bill Beaumont , formerskipper of England's rugbyteam, with David Coleman as questionmaster. Their guests tonight are 100-metres world champion
Linford Christie , Blackburn Rover's striker Chris Sutton , Surrey cricket captain
Alec Stewart and top British female swimmer Karen Pickering.
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The first programme in a new series looking at some extraordinary relationships between people and animals.
Pigs Might Fly. Pigs do have a bit of an image problem, but seen through the eyes of people who understand them, they appear in a whole new light. Narrated by Griff Rhys Jones. See today's choices. Producer Michael Gunton
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The conclusion of a two-part reconstruction of the police investigation into the murder of 14-year-old runaway Jason Swift.
Crucial leads from one ofthe convicted murderer's cellmates in Wandsworth prison enabled the police to establish links between this and other murders of young boys. The subsequent investigation, Operation Orchid, attracted huge press and public attention, but the eventual decision of the Crown Prosecution Service left the police officers involved feeling both angered and disgusted. Presented by Nick Ross. Director/Producer Bridget Sneyd
The Gentle Art of Making Enemies
Whistler's Mother is one of the world's s best known paintings, yet for 19 years it remained unsold. Its painter,
James McNeill Whistler , was one of the most contentious artists of the 19th century, but this film shows that he was also one of the most misunderstood.
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The conclusion of a two-part film drama about three women who share a secret of love, betrayal, and revenge.
Helen remembers how Richard's betrayal condemned her, Fiona and Marlene to the hell of a Spanish prison. Meanwhile, in the present, Richard's charm seems to be working all over again. Dare Helen tell the others of the awful secret she has kept?
Part 1 was on Sunday at 1 1.35pm.
Executive Business Channel: scrambled