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................
With Justin Webb and Juliet Morris. News every 15minutes. 7.12, 7.40,8.12,8.40 Business; 7.32,8.32 Sport; 7.25, 7.55,
8.25,8.55 Weather, regional news, travel.
9.05 New series Kilroy Return of the topical studio discussion programme, with Robert Kilroy-Silk . Stereo .....
10.05 New series Housemates New quiz show which asks domestic and practical questions. With Tim Vine. Stereo.
10.35 New series Good Morning....with Anne and Nick Anne Diamond and Nick Owen return with the live magazine programme to discuss the day's top stories. Featuring Dr Mark Porter 's medical desk, consumer issues with Will Hanrahan , a culinary voyage to the Mediterranean with Ainsley Harriott and Esther McVey on how to be successful. And at 11.00 News Subtwed Regional News and Weather.
TELEPHONE (24 hours): (0 121) [number removed], or write to Good Morning. PO Box 5500. Birmingham B5 7AN.
* See Dr Mark Potter : page 47
12.05pm New series Pebble Mill Return of the lunchtime entertainment show.
With Alan Titchmarsh , Ross King and Sarah Greene. Stereo.....
(Details at 5.35pm) (Stereo)
Bill's career takes off, while Vanessa's suffers a setback.
(Shown yesterday 4.55pm)
Another quarter-final of the general knowledge quiz.
Viewers' questions answered.
Questions: write to Dear Mr Barker, [address removed]
The chipmunks watch a scary film.
Futuristic animation series.
Anna has more problems, but Lucy has an idea.
Written by Sarah Daniels
Today the team celebrate the programme's 37th birthday. Featuring, a look at the latest Disney animated film Pocahontas.
(Repeated tomorrow at 8.05am on BBC2)
Cheryl needs to come up with some good publicity for the car yard.
(Shown at 1.30pm)
(For cast see Wednesday)
With Anna Ford and Moira Stuart.
Weather Rob McElwee
Comprehensive regional news, live reports and interviews on issues affecting people in the south east, presented by Tim Ewart. Plus reports on local sportingevents.
EditorGuyPelham ................................... REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Noel Edmonds hosts the quiz in which teams have their television knowledge put to the test. Tonight, Jeff and the Dragons from Cardiff play the Half Wits from Boston in Lincolnshire.
Competition Line: [number removed] (calls charged at 39p per minute, cheap rate: 49p per minute, other times). Line closes at midnight on Thursday.
Anne Robinson presents the stories that affect consumers in the 1990s.
With Alice Beerand reporters Chris Choi and Johnathan Maitland.
Call the live hotline on 0500 and tell your story to one of the researchers; orwrite to Watchdog, BBCtv, London W 12 7TS.
Editor Steve Anderson
* See This Week: page 6
Kathy tries to come to terms with Ted's revelations. Michelle receives a letter that could change her life.
(For cast see Tuesday)
There's something fishy going on when Bill and Ben are asked to look after their neighbours' house.
Written by Andrew Marshall
See This Week: page 11
With Peter Sissons.
Weather Rob McElwee
Panorama reports on the plight of many young men who appear to be losing out to women - at home, at school, at college and, more significantly, in the jobs market.
Stephen Bradshaw reports from Darlington in County Durham, where he uncovers an astonishing tale of demoralised and underachieving men. Once guaranteed industrial jobs for life, these young men now face a future on the dole, while their female counterparts are convinced that they will be the breadwinners of the future.
Billy Connolly continues his tour of Scotland. He visits the city of Dundee and the Tay Bridge, makes a nostalgic pilgrimage to the coastal town of Arbroath, and discovers the tranquil beauty of Kelso.
The second of a two-part biographical film about the life of Gore Vidal, one of America's leading literary figures.
Tonight, the novelist recalls the last 35 years of his life, starting from the time when his friend John F Kennedy was elected to the White House.
See today's choices.
Films reviewed this evening include: Nine Months, an American comedy about fatherhood starring Hugh Grant and Tom Arnold; Clueless, about a group of rich school children living it up in Beverly Hills; Il Postino, a romantic Italian comedy about a postman whose life is transformed when he delivers letters to a famous poet; and Canadian Bacon, an American comedy starring John Candy and Alan Alder, directed by Michael Moore, creator and star of BBC2's TV Nation.
Plus, a report on the work of the Children's Film and Television Foundation. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
See Barry Norman: page 57
A trilogy of fantastic tales of the bizarre and the unusual, produced by Hollywood director Steven Spielberg. Life on Death Row Patrick Swayze stars as a prisoner serving a life-sentence who discovers that he has miraculous powers.
The Wedding Ring Danny De Vito stars as a husband whose wife undergoes a dramatic change.
Secret Cinema A young woman has a shock when she discovers that her life is being turned into a series of films.