With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday
With Juliet Morris and Huw Edwards.
Timetable on Monday
With Juliet Morris.
For details see Monday
Makeover show with Oz Clarke ,
John Leslie , Shauna Lowry and Caryn Franklin. Stereo............................................
Studio discussion, with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
Bryan McNerny explores the gardens at
Stourhead, Wiltshire. Repeat.......
Live coverage as the Queen outlines the Government's proposed legislation for the first session of the new Parliament.
David Dimbleby describes the ceremony. Live coverage of the Queen's s Speech debate can be seen in Westminsterwith Nick Ross on BBC2 at 2.35pm. Television presentation Neil Eccles
Regional News and Weather
Antiques panel game. With chairman
Weather Subtitled ...........................
Weatherstories. Stereo ...........
Lance acts suspiciously, while Luke finds a new vocation.
Repeated at 5.35pm Stereo
Promises to Keep. Quincy prepares to marry again. First shown on ITV
Catrina Skepper offers advice on interior design in a "country" style.
Revised repeat Stereo ....................
3.30 Poppy almost gets married. Repeat
The Baroness chooses Mummy as her dance partner.
Written by Simon Davies
Comedy series about the mishaps of a chaotic village choir.
Written by Johnny Meres
(Repeat) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
A special report from Calcutta as India prepares to celebrate 50 years of independence.
Repeated tomorrow at7.55am on BBC2
Internet address: http://www.bbc.co.uk/blue_peter/
With Edward Stourton and Andrew Harvey.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Hugh Scully finds out more about some of the mosttreasured discoveries from the programme's 20 years on the road. At the Derby roadshow in 1994 a Second World War veteran fascinated viewers with his paintings done in Normandy after D-Day. Hugh ScuIly looks back to that programme, and investigates the art of war with official Gulf War painter John Keane. See today's choices. Director Peter Smith ; Producer Ann Freer
Barcelona v Paris St-Germain
Live coverage from Rotterdam. Tonight's match offers
Barcelona boss Bobby Robson , the former England manager, a chance to add a second
European trophy to the Uefa Cup he won with Ipswich in 1981. Inspired by Brazilian striker
Ronaldo, whose goal-scoring exploits have given him a multi-million pound transfer value, Barcelona are formidable opposition. But Paris, semi-final conquerors of Liverpool, are aiming to become the first side ever to retain this trophy.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam , with Alan Hansen and Ruud Gullit. Commentary from Barry Davies , with Trevor Brooking. Coverage continues after National Lottery Live. Producer Vivien Kent
Editor Niall Sloane
Carol Smillie hosts the midweek lottery show, and looks at how Lottery money has been spent on public parks. Pop group Damage are in the studio to perform their latest single.
Live second-half coverage of the European Cup-Winners' Cup
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Regional News; Weather
The irreverent sports quiz series, hosted by Nick Hancock. Regulars
David Gower , Gary Lineker ,
Lee Hurst and Rory McGrath are joined by this week's guests, rower and double Olympic gold medallist Matthew Pinsent and comedian Julian Clary. See today's choices. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer
Harry Thompson Repeated on Saturday
A look back at the goals, stars, triumphs, disappointments and drama of the FA Premiership season.
The defending champions, Manchester United, conceded goals and points at an alarming rate in the autumn before recovering in the new year, and there was a sensation when Newcastle manager Kevin Keegan unexpectedly quit in mid-season. Meanwhile a "foreign legion" of imported stars made its impact on the top division, and Middlesbrough experienced highs and lows, with two Wembley finals and a desperate battle against relegation.
As well as the tussles at the top and bottom, there were managerial comings and goings, refereeing controversies, clashes between players, club takeovers and big transfers, which all made the 1996-7 Premiership season such a memorable campaign. Narrated by Jon Champion.
Producer Lance Hardy
Espionage thriller starring Charles Bronson
In the US, a renegade KGB agent is activating Telefon, a network of deep-cover spies, hypnotised to carry out suicide missions against military targets. The missions are triggered by a phone call, and fellow KGB agent Borzov must find the fanatic before Telefon starts the Third World War.
Director Don Siegel (1977. PG)
# See Films: pages 52-60 ***