With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
At 6.00,6.15,6.30,6.45 News; 6.15
Financial papers; 6.25 Sport; 6.27,6.58
Regional news; 6.55 Weather
With Sally Magnusson and Jon Sopel.
At 7.00, 8.00 main news, with summaries every 15 minutes; 7.12,7.40,8.12,8.40
Business; 7.25,7.55,8.25,8.55 Weather, Regional news, Travel; 7.32,8.32 Sport.
With Sally Magnusson. TELEPHONE: [number removed], fax [number removed] or write to [address removed]
Daily panel game, hosted by Paul Ross , where two teams of celebrities put their shopping skills to the test. stereo .
Studio discussion show with Robert Kilroy-Silk
Cookery challenge with Ainsley Harriott.
Regional News and Weather
Consumer advice show. Presented by Chris Choi and Cheryl Baker.
Chat showwith Carol Smillie.
Regional News and Weather
Quiz hosted by Pete Smith. Stereo.
Word game with Bob Holness. Stereo..
How weather affects our lives
Detailsat5.35pm Stereo Subtitled ......
Supernatural horror starring
An American family rents an English mansion owned by a woman whose daughter disappeared there years before. Directors John Hough , [uncredited] Vincent McEveety
(1982. PG) # See Films: pages 50-55 ***
The Why Bird moves to new premises. Repeat
Adventures with the misunderstood penguin
Puppetry. Vicky plays in a band, Stereo ....
Animated crime adventures. Stereo submied ...
The best of 25 years of record-breaking.
Repeated Wednesday 7.55am BBC2 Stereo.
With Tim Vincent, Stuart Miles, Katy Hill, Romana D'Annunzio.
Repeated tomorrow 7.55am BBC2
Hannah makes a sacrifice for Casper, and Stonie has first nightjitters. Shown at 1.40pm For cast see Wednesday
With Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey
Weather Bill Giles
Updates on the news affecting the South East. Presented by Gwenan Edwards with sports reports from Jonathan Wills. Editor Guy Pelham REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Michael Aspel lies in wait, with friends and colleagues, to surprise another unsuspectingguest.
Director Terry Kinane ; Producer John Graham
Alice Beer hosts a new consumer programme which, over the next six weeks, lifts the lid on the beauty and fashion industries.
Tonight Toyah Willcox attempts to define beauty, and England rugby star Victor Ubogu looks at facelifts for men. See today's choices.
Series producerOwen Gay; Editor Steve Anderson See also Watchdog Entertainment Special on Thursdayat7pm Stereo * See Polly Toynbee : page 12
Clare tries to mend bridges between Nigel and Grant, while Peggy is determined to get the truth from Tiffany. For cast see Tuesday Stereo
The comedy series about the fastidious leisure centre manager.
The Elephant's Child.
Gordon Brittas organises a sponsored bungeejump, while several tons of manure are delivered to the centre.
See today's choices.
Written by Ian Davidson and Peter Vincent Director/Producer Mike Stephens
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles
Medicine's Missing Millions
The NHS is strapped for cash, yet hospital managers and doctors agree that the rationalisation of some services onto single sites could release huge sums which could be spent on patient care. But there is considerable political and public resistance to closures and other reforms. Panorama asks who is to blame: doctors, the NHS, politicians or the public? Reports by Richard Watson. Producer Mike Smith ; Editor Steve Hewlett
NOTE: as Panorama is topical and likely to react to events in the news, its subject matter may change
Psychological thriller starring Jeff Fahey , Courteney Cox
A brutal sexual serial killer is on the loose in LA. Desperate to catch the monster before he strikes again, police sketch artist Jack Whitfield prepares a portrait based on a description from his one surviving victim, a blind nightschool teacher.
Director Jack Sholder (1995, 18)
See Films: pages 50-55 ***
The first of the new year's films under review include The Mirror Has Two
Faces, a comedy love story directed by and starring Barbra Streisand. and co-starring Jeff Bridges , and the Merchant Ivory production Surviving Picasso, starring Anthony Hopkins.
Also, Oscar-winning actor Tom Hanks talks to Tom Brook about his directorial debutwith the film That Thing You Do, which is set in 1964 and follows the fortunes of a fictional rock band. Plus, Katie Derham flags up the films to look out for in the year ahead.
Director Liz Ekberg ; Producer Bruce Thompson
Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 Stereo. * See Barry Norman : page 48
Action drama based on Frederick Forsyth 's best-selling novel, starring Christopher Walken
Jamie Shannon isthe leader of a band of mercenaries who fight anywhere providing the pay is good enough. After a failed marriage, Shannon prepares to undertake his most dangerous mission -the overthrow of an African dictator.
Director John Irvin (1980,15) Subtitled ... * See Films: pages 50-55 **