With Paul Burden and Sarah Dickins.
Timetable on Monday.....
With Justin Webb and Andrew Harvey.
Timetable on Monday Subtitled ...................
With Liz MacKean.
For details see Monday
Studio discussion. Stereo ....
Cookery challenge. Stereo .................
Design roadshow. Stereo ....
How the weather affects our lives.
Weather Subtitled .................................
Details at 5.35pm Stereo Subtitled ......
The Death Challenge. A famous magician comes out of retirement to present an illusion on live television. But the ill-fated trick becomes a cover-up for murder.
First shown on ITV
Lionel is exasperated with his talkative secretary so Jean plans to get rid of her.
Roy Noble takes a look at the history of Caernarvon Castle
There's a party in Peggy's tea Shop. Repeat Stereo......................
Today Rik Mayall reads Tolkien's The Man in the Moon Stayed Up Too Late.
Animation about friendlyghOSt. Repeat .....................
Cartoon adventures of agroup of babies led by Tommy Pickles.
Repeat Stereo .....................................
Featuring a boy who can communicate with chimpanzees. an osteopath who massages animals with bad backs, and agirl who runs a hospital for bats. With Michaela Strachan, Howie Watkins , Nick Baker and Janice Acquah. Repeated tomorrow at 7.55am on BBC2
+ See Children: page 36
Could there be a ghost in the staffroom - or is it another dare? For cast see Tuesday Stereo
Susan's special day at school is ruined when Malcolm sticks up for Shona and Libby is led astray by Darren. Shown at 1.40pm Forcastsee Friday
With Anna Ford and Jill Dando.
Weather Bill Giles subtitled......
More consumer news and probing investigations, in which the big names on British high streets come underthe spotlight. Presented by Anne Robinson , with Alice Beer , Denise Mahoney ,
Johnathan Maitland and Andy Webb.
Editor Steve Anderson
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Ricky is in trouble and it falls to Phil to help him out. Ruth confronts Martin over some missing money. Grant's day is ruined by an unexpected arrival.
For cast see Tuesday; Omnibus edition on Sunday
The Lion's King
Tonight's nature film focuses on the Lengai, a 10,000ft active volcano straddling the border of Tanzania and Kenya. Known to the local Masai people as the "mountain of God", Lengai still erupts every ten years or so, spewing ash and lava. The eruptions are the catalyst for creation with volcanic ash providingthe basis for grass plains which support the greatest density of lions, wildebeest, zebras, vultures and hyenas in the whole of Africa. A chain of soda lakes, born from Lengai's lava, are even more fertile, and the millions of flamingoes who come to harvest algae provide one of the greatest wildlife spectacles on the planet.
Narrated by David Attenborough.
Producers Amanda Barrett and Owen Newman
Series producer Keith Scholey
A new sevenpart comedy series, written by Michael Aitkens , set in the fictional coastal town of Flatby. StarringGwen Taylor
An oversight in the Domesday Book propels Laura, Flatby's deputy mayor, to declare the town an independent state. See today's choices.
Director Dewi Humphreys ; Producer Sharon Bloom
By the Liberal Democrats.
Shown at 10pm on ITV and 10.25pm on BBC2
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles
Continuing the new comedy series centred round a comprehensive school, starring
David Bamber , John Wells
Eric Slatt is being interviewed for a headmaster's job. But how far will he go to get it? See today's choices.
Written by Steven Moffat
Director Juliet May; Producer Andre Ptaszynski
Repeated next Saturday Stereo
2Shy. When an overweight woman is brutally murdered while on a blind date, Mulder links her death to the disappearances of otherwomen. See today's choices.
Southampton is the venue fortonight's programme where the panel comprises transport secretary Sir George Young ; shadow Northern Ireland secretary Mo Mowlam ; Scottish National Party leader Alex Salmond ; and the Liberal Democrat's agriculture spokesman, Paul Tyler. Executive producer Christopher Capron
Editor Daniel Brittain-Catlin AUDIENCE: to join Question Time for future programmes phone [number removed]
Guests tonight are film director Michael Winner and MPTeresa Gorman.
Shown last Friday Stereo
David Dimbleby and Peter Snow present live coverage of the crucial Wirral South by-election includingthe announcement of the result and reaction from party leaders and key political figures.
Editor Peter Horrocks ....