Analysis of the main trading stories.
Editor Paul Gibbs ; Timetable on Monday
With Andrew Harvey and Juliet Morris.
Editor Tim Orchard ; Timetable on Monday.....
Paul Coia introduces a morning of debate, magazine items, chat and entertainment.
9.05 Kilroy Topical discussion with Robert Kilroy-Silk . Stereo .............
With Anne Diamond and Nick Owen.
Including gardening tips from Professor Stefan Buczacki , real-life drama in the Good Morning diaries, a showbiz roundup with Tania Bryer , and make-over magic in Room for Improvement. And at 11.00 News Subtitled Weather; Regional News and Weather. Stereo ..................
programme for Children in Need day.
General knowledge quiz, presented by Philip Hayton.
With reports from Israel, San Francisco and Tenerife.
Shownon Tuesday at 7.00pm
Something Nothing. Johnno decides he has his priorities wrong when he and Rowie are nearly killed, flying through a storm. He takes the first step by telling Rowie that he sees her as part of his future. Is this a proposal?
With Toby Anstis. Stereo.
This week, Peter Simon and the team answer questions about places, including why volcanoes rumble. Write with your questions to: TVK, [address removed]. Stereo.
See Children: page 62
Presenter (Children's BBC):
The game show that gives grown-ups a hard time. With host Dave Benson Phillips.
More records stand to fall as one man attempts to blow up a balloon eight feet across by lung-power alone. Plus soccer action from Wembley stadium, enough teddy bears fora picnic, and water-ski jumping with a difference. Presented by Cheryl Baker, Kriss Akabusi and Mark Curry.
Barney finally slows down, the Grove spy makes a confession and Amanda confronts some unwelcome visitors.
For cast see Tuesday Stereo
Cody believes she is responsible fora death. Cheryl feels she may not be capable of the more difficult jobs in hotel management, and Annalise and Mark find that too much hard work is beginning to ruin their private lives. Shown at 1.30pm. For cast see Tuesday
With Martyn Lewis and Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley .....................
See Monday fordetails .............................
Pudsey's back and so are his friends, Terry Wogan and Sue Cook, to bring you this year's fund-raising extravaganza.
Andi Peters has news of the fund-raisers, and Gavin Campbell and Emma Forbes report on how last year's money has been spent to help disadvantaged children.
See today's choices.
Who's helping Pudsey? page 30
To keep in touch with the progress of Children in Need in your region, there are special reports at approximately 7.25,8.05,8.45, 10.00, 10.55 and 11.30, 1.00am and 1.45am.
All times are subject to change.
7.00-9.00 Gary Olsen, Clare Buckfield and John Pickard from 2 Point 4
Children set the tone with a rousing opener to the show.
Men Behaving Badly Neil Morrissey and Martin Clunes are joined by Neil Pearson and Tom Georgeson of Between the Lines, Kathy Burke - a regular on Harry Enfield and Chums - Gary Webster of Minder, Anneka Rice and Julia Sawalha (currently appearing in Martin Chuzzlewit on BBC2) in a panto spoof of Terry's show, Do the Right Thing.
Aftera year's unhappy marriage, how should Cinderella use her unexpected extra wishes? Phone in to vote for your choice - results at 9.30.
There's music from M-People, and at
8.00 East 17 perform their latest single, Stay Another Day, with the chance to win a visit by the band and appear on the Saturday morning show Live and Kicking. Also dropping in are violin prodigy Vanessa Mae, and Gregory Bradley , the young star of the new London production of Oliver.
Including at 7.30-7.40 South East
Rob Curling and Keith Chegwin add to the mayhem from the Top of the Pops studio at Elstree. They are joined by Bad Boys Inc, Mini Take That, and Gladiators prove that they can sing.
There is a special edition of the Radio 4 game Just a Minute, and Victoria Wicks , alias Sally from Drop the Dead Donkey, makes a guest appearance
Children in Need
7.00pm BBC 1
It's the "big night": after all the short, sharp reminder programmes and this week's build up on Radio 2, an entire evening unrolls until the small hours. The aim, as always, is to top the total raised the year before - in this case 17.2 million. On the launch pad Andi Peters joins hosts Terry Wogan and Sue Cook to explain what the country (and all the BBC radio stations) have been doing over the past weeks to raise funds. During the evening there will be film reports on how that Â£17.2 million has been spent. On page 30, the presenters talk about the art of filling seven hours of live television.
And finally a question: when did this whole idea begin? The answer is Christmas Day, 1927 - on radio. Tonight's is the 15th on television.
With Peter Sissons
Subtitled Regional News
Weekend Weather: John Kettley