With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
6.00, 6.15, 6.30, 6.45 News; 6.27,6.58 Regional news; 6.15 Financial papers;
6.25 Sport; 6.55 Weather................
Justin Webb at the Labour Party Conference, and Sara Coburn in the studio. News every 15minutes. 7.12, 7.40,8.12,8.40
Business; 7.32,8.32 Sport; 7.25,8.25,
8.55 Weather, regional news, travel.
JR faces a major defeat.
Actor Richard Wilson visits Australia's Northern Territory.
Nick Ross presents live coverage from the Labour Party Conference in Brighton. With Anne Perkins and Jon Sopel.
(Coverage continues on BBC2 at 2.00pm)
Including at 11.00 and 12.00 News, 12.50 Regional News and Weather
(Details at 5.35pm) (Stereo)
Anne is preparing for her wedding. But where is the groom?
Today: recipes and tips for successful meringues.
First aid for victims of heart attacks. Last in the series
General knowledge team quiz, presented by Philip Hayton.
Viewers' questions answered. (Stereo)
Questions: write to Dear Mr Barker, [address removed]
The chipmunks take up new careers.
Part two of the new futuristic animation series based on a comic-strip hero from 1936.
It's the school's fundraising day.
Children's live magazine programme.
Presented by Diane-Louise Jordan, Tim Vincent, Stuart Miles and Katy Hill.
Cody and Rick's romantic weekend ends in disaster.
(Shown at 1.30pm)
(For cast see Wednesday)
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart.
Weather Penny Tranter
The latest news in the south of England presented by Sally Taylor. Plus, special features each night on consumer affairs, heritage, the arts, life stories and leisure. Editor Andy Griffee 53
Comprehensive regional news, live reports and interviews on issues affecting people in the south east, presented by Tim Ewart. Plus reports on local sporting events...
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Noel Edmonds hosts the quiz which tests television knowledge.
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Anne Robinson presents more stories that affect consumers in the 1990s.
Call the live hotline on [number removed] and tell your story to one of the researchers; or write to Watchdog, [address removed]
Sam's plans for revenge on David go badly wrong. Cindy and David embark on another dangerous liaison.
(For cast see Tuesday)
Return of the popular comedy series centred around the home-life of the Porter family.
The Porters argue about how to spend the lottery jackpot. See today's choices.
Gary Olsen 's Kind of Day: page
Lottery fever grips the Porter household in the first of a new series of 2 Point 4 Children
2 point 4 Children
8.30pm BBC 1
The first episode of this new series finds the Porter family in upheaval. Ben's bought a lottery ticket, despite an existing house agreement that the lottery is a waste of money ("a tax on the stupid" as Bill puts it). But, as Ben insists, this is a rollover week... and besides, he'd be more than willing to share his millions with the rest of the family. Unfortunately for him, his lottery ticket is in the pocket of his jeans - and his jeans are in the washing machine.
Andrew Marshall's comedy returns in top form, with Gary Olsen, Belinda Lang and the rest of the regular cast and a set of snappy, topical scripts. Last year's series scored audiences of over 13 million, making the Porters the first family of British sitcom. Find out about Gary Olsen's My Kind of Day on page 154.
With Peter Sissons.
Weather Penny Tranter
On the day that the Labour Party Conference opens in Brighton, Gavin Hewitt examines what a "new Labour" government could offer Britain - if Tony Blair makes it to number 10.
Billy Connolly visits Perthshire and Inverness. He explores the frozen wastelands of Loch Garry; goes salmon fishing on the River Oich; and makes a pilgrimage to Culloden Moor, the legendary battlefield where, on a single day in 1746, the English slaughtered thousands of Scots.
The art of Africa is something seen as being as mysterious as the continent itself. As the Royal Academy's exhibition Africa: Art of a Continent opens, tonight's Omnibus tells the story of a bronze mask, tracing it from an antique shop in London to its original home in Nigeria. The story it has to tell is one of magic, greed and an extraordinary, hidden tradition.
Films reviewed this evening include:
Assassins, starring Sylvester Stallone and Antonio Banderas as rival hit men in a deadly thriller; Land and Freedom, the story of the Spanish Civil War directed by Ken Loach; The Net, starring Sandra Bullock as a computer expert who becomes involved in an internet scam; and Disney's new animated feature film Pocahontas.
Plus, actress Nicole Kidman, who recently starred in Batman Forever, talks to Barry Norman about her new film To Die For, in which she plays a highly ambitious weather girl.
See Barry Norman: page 72
A trilogy of fantastic tales of the bizarre and the unusual, produced by Hollywood director Steven Spielberg.
The Amazing Falsworth
A mind reader comes face to face with a serial killer.
An actor gets caught up in a case of mistaken identity during the filming of a horror movie.
Welcome to My Nightmare
A man fascinated by the cinema steps into the shower scene from Hitchcock's Psycho.