With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Monday Stereo ....
With Andrew Harvey and Sophie Raworth. Timetable on Monday Subtitled .............
With Liz MacKean.
Fordetails see Monday
Topical studio discussion hosted by Robert Kilroy-Silk . Stereo
MadhurJaffrey prepares crispy vegetable fritters, Pat Chapman cooks chicken balti and Sophie Grigson serves spiced rice pudding. Stereo ....
A Cop, a Mountie and a Baby. Fraser comes to the rescue when Ray finds an abandoned baby in the back of his car.
Fans of the Australian soap Neighbours discuss their favourite characters and dramatic moments. Stereo ........
Word panel game with Bob Holness.
Repeat Stereo ....
Word spreads about Phil and Ruth's romance, and Harold is sent a love letter. Repeated 5.35pm Stereo Subtitled ...
Weather subtitled ..........................
Old Fashioned Murder. When her brother plans to shut down their family-owned museum, Ruth Lytton decides to stage an insurance scam involving his murder.
Starring Peter Falk. Repeat
Joyce Van Patten:
A Thai princessgivesaguidedtourof
Further coverage from the Royal Troon
Golf Club, Ayrshire.
Animation about an adventure-loving group of dinosaurs.
In this week's cartoon and wildlife show, Dogsbody, fearing Fleur Pompidou wants to replace him with a girl, disguises himself as Lucia Cattermole. Featuring Bugs Bunny and Tom and Jerry, plus a look at the archerfish. Repeated tomorrow at 7.55am on BBC2
The last the stage school drama series. As the final night of term approaches, the pupils make secret plansfortheirshow.
Alice LINDSAY PAYNE. AmberVANESSACAVANAGH,
Barry JOHN GLYNN , Ben MAHOMMEDGEORGE. Chris SACHAPITIMSON , Emma LINDSEY WISE.
Huw RHYS MOORE. Jake RUDOLF GORDON
Written by Matthew Graham
Shownatl2.35pm Stereo Subtitled ...
With Anna Ford and Jennie Bond.
Weather David Lee submted ..
Fordetails see Monday....
The series helping shoppers make the best choices. This week Vanessa Feltz discovers what can be found at lost property auctions, from mobile phones left on trains to yachts seized by Customs and Excise officials.
Wesley Kerrvisits America's most talked-about store, which is comingto Britain. Also featuring Edwin Rose , the man who taste-tests pet food. Series producer Owen Gay Editor Steve Anderson
Robbie welcomes a surprise visitor, while Polly and Tony's relationship is put to the test.
For cast see Monday Omnibus edition on Sunday Stereo
More real-life dramas from Heathrow. It's
Christmas at the airport and customs officer
Garth Powell confronts a woman who has swallowed more than packets of cocaine. Standby passengers with overbooked Egyptair see thei r chances of spending the festive period in Cairo start to evaporate. And traffic warden Jean Dibble goes cheerfully about her work. See today's choices.
Producer Cassie Phillips ; Series producer Bridget Sneyd * Anita Newcourt's Kind of Day: page
In the first of two programmes, Noel Edmonds strollsthrough the corridors of the Gotcha Hall of Fame, the elaborate set of pranks that featured on his
House Party series. With the help of BigBreak's John Virgo , he looks back at the moments when masters of the baize Willie Thorne
, Dennis Taylor and John Virgo himself were snookered by Noel. The second programme can be seen next Thursday.
Executive producer Michael Leggo ; Producer GuyFreeman Stereo Subtitled .....
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled Regional News
Weather David Lee
A chance to see a 1992 episode of the acclaimed comedy.
The Broken Reflection. Victor's brother Alfred arrives from New Zealand on one of his rare visits.
Written by David Renwick
Director/Producer Susan Belbin
More comic sketches, characters and head-to-head chats with Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones. This week's programme features a modern slant on the ten commandments, the advent of widescreen TV and the special effects men at a fertility clinic. See today's choices.
Director Dominic Brigstocke ; Producer Jon Magnusson Repeated next
Wednesday Stereo Subtitled ...
Thethirdof a five-part series about Chris Patten's governorship of Hong Kong by Jonathan Dimbleby.
Lewis Carroll Country. The talks with China collapse, but in Hong Kong, support for Chris Patten and his democratic reforms is undimished, despite dissenters' opposition. With the help of Baroness Thatcher and other key players, tonight's programme explores Patten's inheritance-the 1984 Joint
Declaration, underwhich Britain and China agreed terms forthe handover. Underwidespread pressure to back off, he introduces a Reform Bill.
Director Francis Gerard
Jo Whiley presents a special documentary on supergroup U2 to mark the start of the European leg of their Popmart tour. The film follows the recording of their album Pop and witnesses the preparations for their 14-month tour. U2 - Popmart Live is shown tomorrow at 11.25pm, with a preview in Top of the Pops at 7.30pm. See today's choices.
Erotic thriller. The young bride of an elderly Argentinian judge escapes from her husband to find herself drawn into the twenties tango underworld of Buenos Aires.
Director Leonard Schrader (1990, 18)
* See Films: pages 46-53 **