With Paul Burden and Adam Shaw.
Timetable on Monday
With Andrew Harvey and Juliet Morris.
Timetable on Monday Subtitled 7064 7
With Juliet Morris.
Fordetails see Monday
9.20 Can't Cook Won't Cook Two more reluctant cooks are challenged by chef
9.45 Kilroy Topical studio discussion with Robert Kilroy-Silk . Stereo .....
10.30 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick Magazine programme with Anne Diamond and Nick Owen. Today, cookery tips from Ainsley Harriott , keepingfit with Susan Kane , and Ross Benson enjoys The High Life. Including at 11.00 News
Regional News, Weather. Stereo ....
David Vine and Dougie Donnelly take a look back through the highlights of the eventSOfar. Stereo ......................
General knowledge quiz. stereo .. COMPETITION LINE: [number removed]. Maximum call duration 90 seconds. Premium rate charges apply. For a copy of the rules, send a stamped addressed envelope to [address removed]
A double bill of Australian medical drama.
A Place to Call Home. A mysterious pregnant woman arrives in Coopers Crossing. Divided Loyalties. When a plane crashes in the outback pilot error is suspected.
Peggy Patch finds out all about canal boats.
Animation about a group of young dinosaurs. Stereo.
Cartoon fun with Dorothy and friends. Stereo Subtitled 523
Fifth in a six-part comedy drama. Mr Lear takes the platform in the local council elections.
Comedy show, hosted by Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly. Today's guests are TV presenters Jenny Hull , Peter Simon and Katy Hill , plus actor John Pickard from 2 Point 4 Children. Stereo Subtitled .
Marlene plays hard to get. Cody's studies become more interesting. Will Jo leave Ramsay Street?
ForcastseeWednesday Shown at 1.4opm
With Anna Ford and Jennie Bond.
Weather John Kettley u
For details see Monday 63
The latest hits in the UK charts, with exclusive live performances, pre-chart sounds and new videos.
Director Geoff Miles ; Producer Ric Blaxill
TOP OF THE POPS -THE MAGAZINE: price £1.25, on sale now from newsagents.
David gets Alan out of a tight spot, Ruth gets a mysterious call from Pauline, and Mark just wants to be alone.
This week's episodes written by Keith Temple
Producer Jane Harris; Director Sallie Aprahamian Omnibus edition next Sunday
Stereo Subtitled p47
The bat-eared fox is no ordinary fox. It eats insects ratherthan meat, has huge sensitive ears which help it to locate its food, and has very appealing cubs. This film looks at one bat-eared fox family raisingfive cubs in the harsh Kalahari desert. Narrated by David Attenborough. See today's choices.
Producer Karen Bass ; Senes producer Keith Scholey BBC VIDEOS: David Attenborough 's Worldof Wildlife series is available from retailers.
The first in a new six-part documentary series foliowing six different people who work at
London's Heathrow, the world's busiest international airport.
Tonight, Anita Newcourt , whose duties include looking after VIPs, smooths the Queen's first ever journey on board a scheduled ftight. See today's choices. Series producer Nick Catliff ; Executive producer
JeremyMills Stereo + How would you look after a 14-hour flight?: page 24
WithPeterSissons. Regional News
Weather John Kettley
The second series of the cult comedy. Death. The unexpected demise of Edina's father turns her thoughts to the subject of her own mortality. Should she create a permanent legacy by investing in works of art?
Written by Jennifer Saunders
Director Bob Spiers ; Producer Jon Plowman
Art gallery assistant:
A documentary series set in Professor Robert Winston's fertility clinic in London.
Tania and Ray await the crucial phone call telling them whether Tania is pregnant or not. Debbie, the carrier of a rare genetic disorder which only affects boys, undergoes treatment which she hopes will result in a baby girl. See today's choices.
BOOKLET: available by sending a cheque or postal order for Â£2.95, made payable to BBC Education, to [address removed] Waiting for a miracle: page 19
This year's local elections are about choosing representatives to run almost 150 councils in England. They are the last chance for voters to registertheir views on the parties at Westminster before the next General Election. In
1995 the Conservatives lost more than
2,000 council seats and with them control of 62 councils. This yearthey have a tough job on their hands defending seats won only weeks after their 1992 General Election victory.
David Dimbleby and Peter Snow bring you the results as they come in and provide analysis of what they mean at local and national level.
Director Crichton Limbert
Editor Richard Clemmow