A look at the city and business reaction to the election result. Plus analysis of the principal trading stories. With Paul Burden. Timetable on Monday
With Justin Webb and Andrew Harvey in the studio, and Juliet Morris out and about. Timetable on Monday Subtitled .............
David Dimbleby explores the consequences of Election 97 and brings all the latest news, with comprehensive coverage from the BBC's political correspondents and reporters.
Meanwhile, Jeremy Paxman interviews the senior politicians and Peter Snow analyses the night's events with the help of his giant swingometer as well as state-of-the-art 3-D graphics.
Including 9.00 News Subtitled; and at
Election 97 is live, so subsequent programmes may be delayed
Mike Embley presents the programme live from the banks of the Thames overlooking Westminster, with a panel of politicians and experts in the studio to analyse the results. REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Darren pushes Li boy to make a decision. What are Brett's romantic intentions?
Repeated 5.35pm Stereo Subtitled.
Coverage of the final stage of the election as the last results come in from Northern
Ireland. Cameras will be in Downing Street, outside Buckingham Palace, around the country and at party headquarters to discuss the final outcome.
If Election 97 overruns
Children's BBC may be shown on BBC2
With Stuart Miles, Katy Hill, Romana D'Annunzio, Richard Bacon.
Repeated on Monday on BBC2
Shownat 1.45pm Stereo Subtitled .....
With Martyn Lewis and Jill Dando. A specially extended programme to analyse and discuss the final outcome of Election 97 and its implications, including live interviews with senior politicians. Weather Suzanne Charlton
Fordetails see Monday ................
Second of an eight-part series of consumer news and probing investigations in which the big names in the British leisure industry come under the spotlight. Tonight, Anne Robinson challenges leading holiday companies to pay up for making holidaymakers' lives a misery. Meanwhile, Weekend Watchdog's regular rescue team, father and daughter David and Sam Oakley, fly to save another family from holiday hell, and Johnathan Maitland reports live from Dublin on whether Irish beer that's sold at home can possibly be genuine.
See today's choices.
HOLIDAY RESCUE LINE: call [number removed]
Another chance to see an episode from the classic comedy series first shown in 1977. Rough Justice. Judge Rawley , awaiting his appeal, is gradually becoming accepted by the other inmates. When atheft is discovered at the prison, Retcher decides that the right course of action is to have a proper trial with himself as prosecuting counsel,
Rawley as judge and Warren as the defending counsel.
Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais Producer Sydney Lotterby
In tonight's episode of the sports quiz, Ally McCoist and John Parrott captain another two teams of sporting celebrities as they answer questions put to them by host David Coleman.
Executive producer Mike Adley
With Peter Sissons.
Weekend Weather Suzanne Charlton
Action thriller starring
When William Fosterfinds himself in a rush-hour freeway gridlock, the heat of the day and the frustration of his empty life finally make him snap. He abandons his car, determined to "go home" to his ex.wife and daughter. But it turns out to be ajourney in which the violent mayhemjust keeps escalating.
Director Joel Schumacher (1992, 18)
♦ See Rims: pp 48-55 ***** ♦ See Barry Norman : page 42
D-Fens, William Foster:
Surplus store owner:
Walter"Gib" Gibson is a college freshman with the usual obsessions, namelyjunkfood and sex. Offered the possibility of passionate fling with a "sure thing" in California, Gib lines up a lift out west. But to get there he has to travel with Alison Bradbury, a studious, uptight and super-organised student - in short the total opposite of Gib's ideal woman.
Director Rob Reiner(1985, 15)
♦ See Films: pages 48-55 ★★★★
The Sure Thing:
Girl in sarong: