With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday ..................................
With Justin Webb and Juliet Morris.
Timetable on Monday
With Juliet Morris.
Consumer comedy panel game, hosted by Paul Ross.
Topical studio discussion with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
More cookery challenges. Stereo ......
Regional News and Weather ....
Chris Choi and Kaye Adams investigate more consumer concerns, stereo .
Carol Smillie 's talk show. Stereo ...
Regional News and Weather ..............
Antiques game presented by Michael Parkinson.
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Something's Got to Give. The squad get a new boss who believes in doing everything bythebook. Stereo Subtitled ....
Fern Britton introduces another cookery
The Second World War remembered at
Eden Camp Museum.
A visit to the three bears' cottage. Repeat Stereo ....................
Paul and Barry are put in charge of wedding arrangements. Written by Ian Cooke and Adrian Baldwin
Cartoon about the sailor man and his son. Repeat
Fourth of a 12-part comedy drama. Granny's coming to stay, and Arthur's lost his dead frog.
Natalie ELLIE BEAVAN , Serena HONEYSUCKLE WEEKS,
Arthur PETER KELLY , Mother ANNETTE EKBLOM, Father
PHILIP BIRD, Granny DOREEN MANTLE
Written by Jean Buchanan
A look back at Tim Vincent 's three years with the programme, from camping in the Kalahari to running the New York marathon.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.55amon BBC2
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Karl's s father makes an entrance to remember, and Libby's 18th birthday goes out with a bang.
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey.
Weather John Kettley
Ally McCoist and John Parrott captain two teams of sporting celebrities as they answer the questions put to them by David Coleman.
Executive producer Mike Adley
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This week darts player Bobby George demonstrates how he calculates winning scores and memory man
Dominic O'Brien reveals how anyone can have fun with numbers. Plus how a man with cerebal palsy is challenging for a new hang-gliding record and how a hurricane team risk their lives to predict one of nature's most devastating forces. With Eamonn Holmes and Esther McVey. Series producer Martin Lucas ; Executive producer
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Producer Annie Lewis
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Regional News; Weather
Continuing the drama series about a crew of ex-binmen.
Slow business at the new hair and beauty salon means a tough decision for Ken.
See today's choices.
Common as Muck 9.30pm BBC1
William Ivory's hard-hitting drama series achieves the rare feat of combining tragic storylines with moments of high comedy. This fourth episode makes great play of cutting between the light and the dark, gradually increasing the pace and intensity. The lads are now in alliance with property developer Dougie Hodd (Terence Rigby) whose cash helps to finance their new venture - a hair and beauty salon. But it seems that Ken (Neil Dudgeon) and Sharon (Kathy Burke) have very different ideas of how to make the business a success. With the pressure mounting, they can't afford to keep paying wages to Jonno (Stephen Lord) and John Parry (Roy Hudd). But Parry cannot cope when he falls prey to a a loan shark.
Introduced by Gary Lineker with Alan Hansen.
Football Highlights of tonight's FA
Premiership match between Manchester United and Wimbledon at Old Trafford.
Commentary by Barry Davies.
Rugby Union Nigel Starmer-Smith previews this Saturday's Five Nations championship matches, when England meet Scotland at Twickenham and Wales face Ireland in Cardiff.
Boxing Coverageof Johnny Armour's bid forthe WBC international bantamweight championship against title holder Willie Perdomo of the Dominican Republic, at York Hall, Bethnal Green, east London. Commentary by Jim Neilly.
Producer Vivien Kent ; Editor Niall Sloane
Supernatural horror starring Jenny Seagrove
She may seem the ideal nanny, but Camilla hides a terrifying secret - an evil power over the forces of nature which threatens the life and very soul of her new-born charge.
(See Films: pages 48-51)