With Paul Burden and Adam Shaw.
Timetable on Monday
With Andrew Harvey and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday
With Juliet Morris.
Another makeover. stereo ....
Topical studio discussion. Stereo .
Cookery challenge, with chef
Concluding the two-part drama about events surrounding one of the world's worst air crashes. Starring Frank Finlay
Justice Mahon's report on the cause of the crash stirs up feelings of bitterness among the people of New Zealand.
For cast see yesterday at 11. 05am Repeat
Includingat 12.00News Regional News and Weather
Today: Small cakes and biscuits.
Repeat Stereo ....
Detailsat5.35pm Stereo Subtitled .......
Panel game Show. Stereo ...............
Vocabulary quiz show. Stereo ........
Today, turning old junk into a masterpiece.
Presented by Mike Reid , with Simon Biagi and Brenda Emmanus.
Animation. Alvin gets bigger.
A 15-part comedy series about a little girl who turns into a monster.
Mrs Rocket drinks Julia's growth elixir.
Written by Jeremy Swan Stereo Subtitled .
Teen comedy. (Repeat) (Stereo)
Will Gary be able to tell Angel how he feels?
For cast see Tuesday (Repeat)
Brett makes a big decision which promises to leave Cheryl devastated.
Stonie shows his sensitive side, but will Catherine find it sexy?
Shown at 1.40pm For cast see Wednesday
Stereo Subtitled 44958C
With Anna Ford and Jennie Bond.
Weather Suzanne Charlton subtitled.
The latest consumer news and investigative reports, presented by Anne Robinson and Alice Beer.
Tonight, Johnathan Maitland reports on the weighty issue of dress codes on golf courses. AndyWebb asks: how safe are cars when in the hands of garages that offervaletting? He discovers which firms returned the £5 notes left in a test vehicle, and which didn't. Plus, Denise Mahoney 's report on planning laws.
Why is planning permission needed for individual schemes, but seemingly unnecessary for big businesses?
Editor Steve Anderson
Carol gives Frankie a piece of her mind, Ian wises up to Cindy's plans, and Tiffany gets support from Grant.
For cast see Tuesday; Omnibus edition on Sunday
The vets and patients from the RSPCA's Harmsworth
Hospital return to the spotlight for a third series, presented by Rolf Harris. Chief vet David Grant welcomes a new vet to the team, New Zealander
Andrea Kealey. Reporters Steve Knight and Shauna Lowry shadow the RSPCA inspectors and ambulance crews on emergency calls. See today's choices. Series producer John Groom ; Executive producer
Sarah Hargreaves * How Are They Now?: page 20
Second of an eight-part drama series, set in 1959, about five switchboard operators on the Derby exchange. Starring Letitia Dean
The Saturday Shift. Sylvia experiences both herfirst pay packet and herfirst Saturday shift- when rules are more relaxed underjust one supervisor. A chance call from the local barracks leads to a disastrous blind date.
Written by Ruth Carter ; Producers Laurence Bowen. Jacinta Peel ; Director Betsan Morris Evans
Lance Corporal Perks:
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Weather Suzanne Charlton subtitied
The sci-fi series returns, continuing the three-part story that left the second series ending with a cliffhanger. Starring David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson
In this second part of the trilogy, Mulder is still missing in the New Mexico desert after finding a boxcar full of dead creatures. Scully defies her superiors to search for her partner. Concludes next week. See today's choices.
Return of the X Files: page 37
Floyd Red Crow
' The comic sports quiz returnsforathirdsenes.with Nick Hancock presiding over teams captained by David Gower and Gary Lineker , with their respective partners Lee Hurst and Rory McGrath.
Comedian and actor Gordon Kennedy is one of the guests. See today's choices. Producers Jim Pullin and Harry Thompson ; Executive producer Peter Fincham
Jeremy Paxman presides over a debate on an issue of the week, followed by a viewers' vote to reach a verdict.
Producer Isobel Rowley ; Editor Nick Hayes
Chief Rabbi Dr Jonathan Sacks delivers his message forthe Jewish New Year.
Shown on BBC2 at 5.40pm
James Caan ,
Genevieve Bujold America in the 1870s: the lives of two strangers in the Wild West become linked by tragedy. For French immigrant Jeanne, America promises a new beginning, while vet David comes to realise its deadly dangers.
DirectorClaude Lelouch (1977) ♦ See Films: pages 52-59 ★★★★