With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Monday
With Justin Webb and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday
With Helen Rollason.
Fordetails see Monday
Cookery challenge. Stereo ..........
Topical studio discussion hosted by Robert Kilroy-Silk . Stereo
On today's menu from the global kitchen, Nick Nairn creates a sushi starterfrom
Japan and a Portuguese pork-and-mussels dish, while Paul Rankin rounds off with a traditional British dessert. Stereo .
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Diefenbaker's Day Off. Fraser probes an insurance scam, has to obtain a licence for his wolf and prepares for a date.
Fans of the Australian soap Neighbours discuss their favourite characters and dramatic moments. Stereo ........
Regional News and Weather
Word panel game with Bob Holness and team captains Alan Coren and Sandi Toksvig.
Darren has the last laugh on Libby. Debbie makes major plans forthe coffee shop.
Repeated5.35pm Stereo Subtitled ..
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Try and Catch Me. An elderly author of crime fiction decides that her handsome nephew was responsible for the death of her beloved niece. Starring Peter Falk.
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Eric Knowles meets Christina Preston who collects Edwardian antiques.
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Steve Rider introduces action from the Loch
Lomond World Invitational. Stereo ..
Animation about a group of young dinosaurs. Repeat
In the first of a 13-part series combining cartoons with short wildlife films, Fleur Pompidou the poodle becomes Dogsbody's personal trainer as they introduce Bugs Bunny and Tom and Jerry. Repeated tomorrow at 7.55am on BBC2
The fifth of a six-part stage school drama. Chris and Alice show off on the school's radio station.
Chns SACHA PITIMSON. Alice LINDSAY PAYNE.
Luke NATHAN CONSTANCE. Nicky KEELEY FORSYTH , Tim PAULNICHOLLS. Sasha STEPHANIE BAGSHAW.
Emma LINDSEY WISE, Huw RHYS MOORE
Written by Matthew Graham
Shownatl2.35pm Stereo Subtitled ...
With Anna Ford and Jill Dando.
Weather Peter Cockroft
The series helping shoppers make the best choices. Thisweek's programme examines why shopping is so much cheaper in America than in Britain. Wesley
Kerr finds out how much people are prepared to pay to cure their phobias, with comedian Barry Cryer giving his verdict on a L180 fear of flying course.
Presented by Vanessa Feltz. See today's choices. Series producerOwen Gay Editor Steve Anderson
Peggy and Grant are in trouble. Annie's methods of dealing with difficulty have surprising results. For cast see Tuesday Omnibus edition on Sunday Stereo
Breaking and Entering. In the last of the present series,
Martyn Lewis reveals how police are breaking into the homes of burglary suspects to recover stolen property and make arrests. He also visits a special police stolen property "road show". A crime prevention expert demonstrates the effectiveness of good home security. Plus the Coventry couple who used their camcorderto catch a most unusual intruder on tape.
Series director Adam Tysoe : Series editor Charles Thompson
More real-life dramas from Heathrow. In tonight's programme, the airport is on full emergency alert. Flight 483's undercarriage fails to lock down and the pilot makes a rare mayday call to air traffic control. Meanwhile Jinny Biffa has 200 stranded passengers to deal with when a plane is delayed in Washington. See today's choices.
Executive producer Jeremy Mills Series producer Bridget Sneyd
+ See PollyToynbee: page 10
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Peter Cockroft
Following on from last night's celebrity Selection Box a chance to see a 1992 episode of the acclaimed comedy.
Dreamland. Relations between
Victor and Margaret are unusually strained.
Written by David Renwick
Director/Producer Susan Belbin
Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones star in another programme of comic sketches, characters and the traditional head-to-head dialogues. Tonight's show features a spoof of the James Bond films, the return of the cabaret duo, and Jimbo and Timbo the incompetent builders trying to eat a Chinese takeaway. Director Dominic Brigstocke ; Producer Jon Magnusson Repeated next
Wednesday Stereo Subtitled ..
Restraint in Difficult
Circumstances. The second of a five-part documentary series offering an insider's view into Chris Patten 's five-year governorship of Hong Kong by Jonathan Dimbleby. Beijing denounces Patten and his reforms. He returns to Hong Kongto find himself facinga a barrage of public and private dissenters. They include powerful tycoons, British sinologists and senior politicians. But as China turns on the heat, Patten fights back, taking his case to President Clinton, and to the people.
Director Francis Gerard Subtitled.
Drama starring Tommy Lee Jones, Martha Plimpton
Twelve-year-old Jonsy McCain has spent her life by the Mississippi river, growing up not knowing her parents. Then out of the blue, she is confronted by her father Billy, who's just been released from prison. Director Tom Rickman (1984, 15)
+ See Films: pages 52-59 * * *