With Justin Webb and Sally Magnusson.
Timetable on Monday .........................
Four hours of debate, magazine, chat and entertainment, introduced by Mo Dutta.
9.05 Kilroy Topical discussion with Robert Kilroy-Silk . Stereo .............
10.00 News and Weather Subtitled (news) Regional News; Weather ...........
10.05 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick Featuring agony aunt Deidre Sanders , garden guru Anthony Henn , cookery with Ainsley Harriott , consumertests, Behind the Scenes with John Leslie , and Jeni Barnett meets more ofthe country's most talented children. Including at 11.00 News Subtitled and Weather; Regional
News; Weather. Stereo 50198O87
12.00 News and Weather subtitled (news) Regional News; Weather .............
12.05pm Pebble Mill With
General knowledge quiz. Presented by Philip Hayton.
UKChampionshipfrom the Guild Hall, Preston. This afternoon's coverage is introduced by David Vine.
With Toby Anstis. Stereo When Paul and Barry take off with a new career, they find they're in for a few surprises.
4.15 Spacevets III Drama set aboard the galactic veterinary ship Dispensable.
Captain Dogsbody plans to impress his Grandpappy. With Bernard Wright , Ann Bryson , Robin Kingsland , Mark Arden , Mark Alexander Todd.
Written by Robin Kingsland
4.30 It'll Never Work This week, gadgets that make life easierfor spies and private eyes. But are the real-life gadgets any less bizarre than those invented by the Chindogu useless inventions society?
Also, a balloon bike that helps cyclists to go up hills without falling off, and investigators searchingforthe smallest particle in the universe use the biggest machine in the world to do it.
Stereo Subtitled Repeated tomorrow at
7.35am on BBC2
Amanda has a secret date. Charlie's first show ends in chaos. Frew and Arran change a nappy!
This week's episodes written by Matthew Graham
Next episode on Friday Stereo Subtitled ..
Cheryl suspects Danni's romance is not all it seems. Annalise takes over the Coffee Shop and decides to try out "recession cuisine".
Shown at 1.30pm Stereo
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Peter Cockroft
See Monday fordetails .............................
Jill Dando presents this edition from
Israel and visits Jerusalem and Tel Aviv; Monty Don goes to San Francisco; and Sankha Guha visits Tenerife.
Producers Alison Sharman and Paul Wooding
Editor Jane Lush Repeated on Friday at2.15pm
BBC HOLIDAY MAGAZINE: containing resort reports featured in this programme. £ 1.60. from newsagents.
Grant and Michelle are at each other's throats, Bianca and Carol compete over Alan's birthday and Pauline plans a trip down memory lane.
For cast see Thursday Stereo
Joining captains Bill Beaumont and Ian Botham tonight are: Stuart Pearce , Nottingham Forest captain who has over 50 England caps; Cardiff boxer
Steve Robinson who has successfully defended the WBO world featherweight title five times;
Rob Denmark , athletics silver medallist over 5,000 metres at the European championships and Commonwealth Games champion; and Mark Dwyer , winner of more than 700 National Hunt races. Questionmaster David Coleman. Executive producer Mike Adley
The series which examines extraordinary relationships between people and the animal kingdom continues with Trusting Bears. Jeff and Sue Turner 's remarkable film, which they narrate themselves, explodes several myths about the black bear.
Introduced by Griff Rhys Jones. See today's choices. Producer Robin Hellier
Series producer Michael Gunton
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Peter Cockroft
Another in the series of factual dramas using actors and real-life testimony to retell stories which are almost too astounding to be credible.
The Promise. The compelling story of a British army officer serving with the United Nations who promises 30 orphans that he will rebuild their bombed out home.
See today's choices.
Director James Hawes ; Series producer
Joanne Reay Stereo Subtitled ..........
Colonel Mark Cook:
Dr Marica Topic:
Lance Corporal Anderson:
One of the 20th century's most distinctive artists, camera-shy master photographer Cartier-Bresson, now 86, makes a rare television appearance to talk about his life, philosophy and work. This documentary filmed in France, is made by film-maker and photographer Sarah Moon , and has a short introduction by the art critic William Feaver.
Series editor Nigel Williams
In the American South during the final desperate days of the Civil War, a wounded Union soldier seeks refuge in a seminary for young ladies. At first it seems like a safe haven, but soon it becomes a cauldron of jealousy and sexual frustrations.
Director Don Siegel 1971)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 69-74
Executive Business Channel: scrambled