With Sara Coburn and Adam Shaw.
Editor Paul Gibbs ; Timetable on Monday .........
With Juliet Morris and Huw Edwards.
EditorTim Orchard; Timetable on Monday
9.10 Kilroy Topical studio discussion with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
10.05 Can't Cook Won't Cook
Ainsley Harriott issues a cookery challenge to two hopeless COOkS. Stereo ................
10.30 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick Live magazine. Nick Owen is joined today by Catrina Skepperfor a look at what's on this weekend, finds out about growing old disgracefully with Faith Brown , gets some gardening tips from Stefan Buczacki and fashion advice from Ollie Picton-Jones and has a look at the new Olympic sport of ballroom dancing. Including at 11.00 News Subtitled: Regional News and Weather
Editor Tessa Finch
12.05pm Pebble Mill Special A showfor Children in Need day. Ross King is joined by singing star Diana Ross , young pop stars PJ and Duncan, and the cast of the stage performance of Beauty and the Beast, from Disneyland Paris. stereo ......
Fade in to Murder. When flamboyant TV detective Ward Fowlertries to commit the perfect murder, Columbo must investigate. With Peter Falk.
Crossword puzzle quiz. Stereo......
3.30 Cuddles gives Orville swimming lessons. Rpt ....
Animated desert-island adventures.
Ninthof a 24-part comedy series.
Harriet Hyde decides to put a bit of sparkle into the romances of Mr Blister and Mr Rocket.
Julia Jekyll OLIVIA HALLINAN, Moira Jekyll VICTORIA
WILLIAMS, Jerry Jekyll BILL FELLOWS. Memphis Rocket SIMON GREEN. Mrs Rocket ANN EMERY, Lester Blister
ROBERT PORTAL. Harriet Hyde JOHN ASQUITH, Daffodil Jekyll NATASHAGRAY, Amber Python NATALIE
FORBES, Waiter TIM ANDREW CLARKE. Nicola Blister
TIFFANY GRIFFITHS, Sharon Blister KAREN SALT, Roger ANTHONY TOBIAS , Sarah Slocombe EMMA BARNETT
Written by Jeremy Swan
This week: marathon ladder climbing with the fire brigade, the world's smallest submarine, and a Californian cowboy spins the world's largest lasso. With Kriss Akabusi, Cheryl Baker , Mark Curry.
With Julie Etchingham and Chris Rogers.
Presented by Diane-Louise Jordan, Stuart Miles, Tim Vincent and Katy Hill.
Repeated next Monday on BBC2
Can Danni make Malcolm see her point of view? Billy blames Karl for his condition. Shown at 1.30pm ForcastseeWednesday
With Martyn Lewis , Jennie Bond. Subtitled Weather Michael Fish ....................
See Monday for details .............................
Pudsey's back with Terry Wogan to bring news of this year's fundraising extravaganza.
Sue Cooktakes a look at how your money is helping needy children, and Gaby Roslin presents Celebrate Children, a series of short films. See today's choices.
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,
11.35, 12.40am, 1.20 and 1.52.
All times may be subject to change. * See This Week: page 8 ♦Helping hands: page 23
.00-9.00 Television's Never
Children in Need launches the latest scent-sation to hit the screens:
Smell-o-Vision. Viewers can purchase special booklets from leading high street retailers fori 1, of which 25 pence goes to the appeal. By rubbing the numbered panels in the booklet when instructed, the various
Smell-o-Vision items this evening will be enhanced by different odours.
To start the evening, Supergrass perform their summer hit Alright.
Noel Edmonds hosts a special edition of his House Party in glorious Smell-o-Vision.
Then Chris de Burgh sings his new song, The Snows of New York.
Patricia Routledge is Keeping Up Appearances in a comic sketch.
Plus, Wet Wet Wet perform their new Christmas single, live from Cardiff.
♦Competitions and Offers: page
Get those special Smell-o-Vision books out again fora new Sherlock Holmes mystery, The Affair of the Bamboozled Hooter
.25-7.35 Fundraising news from your region.
South: Sally Taylorand Harry Gration present an evening offundraising live from the Chichester Festival Theatre in West Sussex. ....
South East: presented by Rob Curling and Gwenan Edwards , live from the Natural History Museum, with seventies rock band Mud
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled Regional News
Weekend Weather Michael Fish .
9.30-11.35 At this stage in the evening, Terry issues a warning: if you don't raise enough money during this part ofthe show, he will perform the newjungle version of his 1978 hit The Floral Dance.
Then Robson Green and Jerome Flynn from Soldier, Soldier croon theircover of the Drifters' hit Up On the Roof.
It's time for more Smell-o-Vision, with cake queen Jane Asher and TV chefs Ainsley Harriott and Brian Turner.
Cast members from Casualty, Backup and London's Burning reveal some red-hot musical talents.
Chris Barriefrom The Brittas Empire teams up with boxer Frank Bruno.
Dale Winton has a whiffy problem to deal with in Smell-o-Vision.
The moment of truth: have you given enough money to avoid hearing Terry's new Floral Dance?
On a more tuneful note, Eternal sing their new single I Am B/essed, and dancers from the musical Riverdance perform spectacular routines...
11.35-12.00 Fundraisingnewsfrom your region.
South: back at the Chichester Festival
Theatre, Stuart Norval will be keeping an eye on the total donations. ..
South East: at the Natural History
Museum, John McCarthy takes a look at how last year's Children in Need money was spent. ....
12.00-2.00am Late Night with Pudsey
A galaxy of stars take you through to the early hours, featuring Men
BehavingBadly stars Martin Clunes and Neil Morrissey with their laddish view of life, Let Loose performing a song written especially for Children in Need, Annabel Giles 's search for Mr Right, and a song and dance finale by the stars of the musical Buddy.
Including at 1.52 the final roundup from the regions and at 2.00 the grand total forthe evening.
Executive producer John Getgood ; Director
PhilChilvers Stereo Subtitled .............