With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday
With Justin Webb and Sara Coburn. Timetable on Monday
Cartoon fun with the Stone Age family and friends.
Australian Don Burke looks at the gardens and lifestyles of the famous. In this programme, he meets
Dame Edna Everage in Canberra. Stereo ............
Today, the Playground Stop.
Animation about the wily cat.
Live coverage of the final day's play from Edgbaston between England and the West Indies. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
Including at 12.00 News; Regional News; Weather
(Details at 5.35pm) (Stereo)
Challenging word game with Rob Curling.
Nick and Annie discovertwo corpses and get involved in a six-year-old mystery.
Tony Lewis introduces further live coverage from Edgbaston.
Clay animation about a mischievous sock-eating character.
Last in the children's comedy series.
The sun reveals the secret of Cleopatra's wealth - and a song from Uncle Jack.
Written by Jim Eldridge
Sport and activities series. Today's features include snooker tips, clay target shooting, marbles, rowing and polocrosse.
Lou has doubts about Annalise's driving skills. After finding a rat in her desk at school, Cody wonders whether she did the right thing by handing in the stolen exam paper.
(Shown at 1.35pm)
(For cast see Wednesday)
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart.
Weather Bill Giles
Jill Dando and Monty Don present the series offering the ultimate guide to this year's summer holidays.
Tonight, Jumoke visits Blackpool,
Britain'stop tourist resort. Monty Don goes to Mexico, which offers excellent value for money following the devaluation of the peso. He combines the Caribbean resort of Cancun with the archaeological sites of the Yucatan. David Matthew goes on a short break in Prague, while Lynda
Bryans presents a two-part report on family-friendly holidays, investigating the availability of free child places this summer and asking if they are really such good bargains. Plus, a Summer
Holiday survey finds out where children want to go and what they want to do. Series producer Nick Vaughan-Barratt
Sanjay wants to go to Spain with Steve but first has to win over Gita. Arthur hits on a novel fund raising idea for his Flowering Wilderness campaign, and Cindy decides to pay David a visit.
(For cast see Thursday)
The documentary series about the real world of intensive care at Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham.
Carol, John and Phyllis will spend Christmas in hospital in order to be near their sick relatives. Although staff members are used to spending the holiday on the wards, the visitors find themselves in an alien situation and turn to each other for support. For them it is a time of waiting, not knowing what is going to happen to their loved ones. Tonight's programme focuses on how patients and relatives cope with the trauma and disruption to their lives.
First of five programmes in which Terry Wogan plunders the BBC archives to present a collection of sporting mishaps, with the competitors and commentators providing the laughs. Special guests include renowned golf commentator Peter Alliss, athletics star Roger Black and the legendary but accident-prone goalkeeper Bob 'The Cat' Bevan.
Bob 'The Cat'
With Peter Sissons.
Weather Bill Giles
Second of a three-part series about the Barnardo's children's homes.
Not everybody who grew up in a Barnardo's home was an orphan, but those who had family didn't always know about them. Recent changes of policy at the charity has led to reunions, with mixed results.
See today's choices.
Ruby Wax presents the first of a six-part series on health.
Tonight, people in search of a longer life, and how an unhealthy lifestyle can lead to the operating table.
See today's choices.
BBC Book: Ruby's Health Quest, by Dr Alan Maryon Davis, is available in paperback from booksellers.
Shape Up for Summer: page 22
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Jeremy Paxman presents a forum for debate on topical issues, where the studio audience and viewers can have their say. See today's choices.
Polly Toynbee: page 14
Drama starring George Hamilton
Evangelist Paul Strand tours the Southern states preaching his own fire-brand of religion. When a young mute girl attends his prayer meeting and recovers the power of speech, a deep affection springs up which threatens everyone's beliefs.
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