With Paul Burden and Adam Shaw.
Timetable on Monday .....
With Justin Webb and Andrew Harvey.
Timetable on Monday
With Helen Rollason.
Another makeover. Stereo .............
Topical studio discussion with Robert Kilroy-Silk . Stereo .....
Cookery challenge with chef
Regional News and Weather
Consumer show with Chris Choi and Kaye Adams.
Another guest talks to Carol Smillie.
Regional News and Weather
Rough Passage. Rob and Michael travel to Blakes Ravine to trade in an old printing press, but all does not run smoothly. Matt McGregor
ANDREW CLARKE. Colin McGregor BRETT CUMO . Rob McGregor GUY PEARCE. Kathleen ONeil WENDY HUGHES
, Danni McGregor KRISTIE RAYMOND , Michael
O'Neil BEN GUERENS , Emily McGregor SHERYL MUNKS
Ideas for carnival costumes
1.30 Regional News; Weather
Detailsat5.35pm Stereo Subtitled ......
Snooker Coverage of the first quarter-final from the Grand Prix at Bournemouth International Centre.
Midweek Racing From Newbury. Featuring races at 3.10 and 3.40.
3.50 Cartoon fun.
Animation. Repeat ...........................
Seventh of the 15-part comedy-drama series. How can Harriet Hyde harm Jason's prize marrow? JuliaJekyll OLIVIA HALLINAN , MoiraJekyll VICTORIA
WILLIAMS, Jerry Jekyll BILL FELLOWS, Memphis Rocket
SIMON GREEN, Mrs Rocket ANN EMERY. Lester Blister
DALE RAPLEY. Mona JitterSUSIE BRANN , Jason Jitter
JOHN ELMES , Harriet Hyde JOHN ASQUITH
Written by Jim Eldridge
Today's art programme looks at camouflage and takes inspiration from the Grizedale Sculpture Park. With
Jay Burridge , Josie d'Arby and Mark Speight. Repeated tomorrow at 7.55am on BBC2
Ed gets the Come Dancing treatment and Frew takes to the stage at the Comedy Venue.
For cast see Tuesday
Debbie and Mal discovertwo's company, while Stonie is given a rude awakening and Tom has a difficult conversation with Karl.
Shown at 1.40pm For cast see Wednesday
With Anna Ford and Jill Dando.
Weather Bill Giles
For details see Monday .....
The latest consumer news and investigative reports, in which the big names on British high streets come underthe spotlight.
Presented by Anne Robinson , with reports by Alice Beer , Denise Mahoney , Johnathan Maitland and AndyWebb. Editor Steve Anderson
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David helps an enemy of Grant's. Simon makes a stand and Tiffany makes Grant an offer he can't refuse. Meanwhile,
April comes to a decision that will change the course of her life.
For cast see Tuesday; Omnibus edition on Sunday
The series about the vets and patients at the RSPCA's Harmsworth hospital.
This week, locum vet Helen Kemphasto make time during her busy schedule to treat her own sick dog, Stumpy.
Shauna Lowry and Steve Knight are on the road with inspectors and ambulance drivers as they rush to the aid of injured and mistreated animals. Presented by Rolf Harris.
Producer Helen Thomas ; Series producer Jane Aldous
Final episode of the drama series, set in 1959, chartingthe lives and loves of five women who work as switchboard operators on the Derby telephone exchange. Starring Letitia Dean
Miss GPO Personality 1959. Derby's exchange is requested to put forward a competitorfortheGPO Personality of the Year and Chris and Sylvia are both nominated as candidates forthe regional competition. Chris seems to have most at stake - she is determined to prove to the exchange that she is morethanjusta prettyface.
Written by Ruth Carter ; Producers Laurence Bowen and Jacinta Peel; Director Richard Laxton
Lance Corporal Perks:
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Bill Giles
The sci-fi series starring
Nisei (parti). Mulder investigates sinister experiments carried out by the Japanese government. The concluding part of this story can be seen next week. See today's choices.
Dr Zama/Dr Ishimaro:
The comic sports quiz. with Nick Hancock posingthe questions for teams captained by David Gower and Gary Lineker , with their partners Lee Hurst and Rory McGrath. This week's guests are comedian Phill Jupitus and presenter Nick Owen.
Last in the series, but a special Christmas edition can be seen later this year.
Producers Jim Pullin and Harry Thompson ; Executive producer Peter Fincham Repeated next Saturday
Tonight's programme, in which the public challenge top politicians on current controversies, comes from
Birmingham. The panel includes Home Office minister Ann Widdecombe and shadow Leader of the House, Ann Taylor. Director Laurence Vulliamy ; Series editor
ChristopherCapron AUDIENCE: tojoin Question Timeforfuture programmes, phone (0181)
Tonight actor Eric Idle and comedian Frank Skinnerjoin Clive Anderson. Shown on Sunday at 10.15pm
From the Bournemouth International Centre. David Vine presents highlights from tonight's second quarter-final, which, assuming neither player has suffered an early defeat, pairs Stephen Hendry with Ronnie O'Sullivan.