With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Monday
With Andrew Harvey and Liz MacKean.
Timetable on Monday
Kevin Woodford challenges two more inept cooks. Stereo
Another makeover. Stereo..........
Studio debate with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
Mark Curry , today in Maidstone, introduces more design ideas to try at home. Stereo ..............................
Regional News and Weather
Consumer advice with Tony Morris and RuthLangsford. Stereo Subtitled.
Advice on dealing with builders and on eliminatingdraughts. Stereo ......
Regional News and Weather
Word panel game with Alan Coren and SandiToksvig.
Weather Subtitled ..........................
Sarah and Alex fall for the same man and Tim decides to leave Erinsborough.
Repeated at 5.35pm Stereo
Slow Boat to Madness (parti). Quincy's plan for a quiet ocean cruise turns into a nightmare when strange deaths occur on board. Concludes tomorrow.
First shown on ITV ............................
Celebrity lifestyle show. Stereo ..
Little is bored with the quietlife. Repeat
A visit to a wildlife hospital.
Repeat Stereo Subtitled ................
First of a 15-part comedy drama. Matron orders a robot to help her run herold people's home-but MrWymi, as pieced together by young Billy, looks settodisrupt the smooth-running of Matron's business. Mr Wymi IAN ANGUS WILKIE , Matron
ANNETTE BADLAND. Billy JAMES YOUNG , Henry REGINALD MARSH
. Maude SHEILA LATIMER , Julie DAWN REID , Sam
Written by Malcolm Lane
Fleur decides to go into politics and Dogsbody looks at animal homes. Plus cartoon fun with Tom and Jerry and Barney Bear.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.55am on BBC2
Alison plays detective,
Brigid and Rob have a narrow escape.
Forcastsee Tuesday Repeat Subtitled.
With Jill Dando and Anna Ford. Weather
The latest consumer news and investigative reports, in which the top names on British high streets come in for close scrutiny. Presented by Anne Robinson and Alice Beer , with reports from Liz Kershaw , John Nicolson and Andy Webb. Tonight, the high-street bank thattook £107,000 from a customer's account but now wants to pay back only £5,000. How a mint condition Mercedes was damaged by an inexpensive bottle of wax spray, plus a report on the spine operation the private health organisation Bupa would not pay for. Series producer Helen O'Rahilly Editor Steve Anderson
HOTLINE: phone free on [number removed] Weekend Watchdog with Anne Robinson beginstomorrow at 7pm
George forces Councillor Dixon's hand and Kathy manages to shock Grant. For cast see Tuesday
Omnibus edition on Sunday
Great White Shark - the True
Story of Jaws
Anotherchanceto see an acclaimed profile of one of the ocean's s most awesome predators, combining dramatic new scientific discoveries with revolutionary filming techniques.
Previous attempts to film the Great White Shark have relied on baitingthem to cameramen confined in "shark cages". For the firsttime cameras leave the cage, watchingthe shark stalk its prey and experiencing its terrifying attack. Almost 20ft long and two tons in weight, it can strike at such speed that the whole animal leaps clean out of the water as it grabs a seal-orasurfboard. Narrated by David Attenborough. Producer Grace Niska Atkins
Executive producer Keith Scholey
Simon Kingdives for a close-up view of the reef sharks in the Bahamas.
This programme follows the film crew as they develop newfilming techniques to capture the animal in its natural habitat.
Director Graham Booth
Series producer Paul Appleby
Repeat Stereo Subtitled ....
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Regional News; Weather
Michael Fish Subtitled ..........
More extraordinary stories of heroism and bravery with Michael Buerk and Juliet Morris.
In the last in the series, the US Coast Guards launch a mission to rescue one of their own men, abandoned in a storm 300 miles offshore when the winch on his helicopterjammed.
Also, the unfortunate skier who fell into a snow-covered crevasse and becamejammed between two walls of ice, 100ft belowthe surface. Plus a dangerous and daring climb to save a young African trapped on a high cliff at Victoria Falls.
Series producer Dick Colthurst ; Series editor AndreaWills Stereo Subtitled.
Second of a four-part series showing how parents are coping with the pressures of raising children in modern Britain. The series concentrates on the intensely personal stories of families who are finding their children particularly challenging.
This programme tells the story of the Broadrick family's quest to communicate with their autistic son, how they learned of the radical approach of the Option Institute in America, the two years of fundraising to visit for two weeks, and the miracle they could only dream of. See today's choices.
Scotland's constitutional future will be decided today.
Kirsty Wark and Anne Mackenzie will analyse the votes as they come in, they'll be joined by BBC Scotland's political editor Brian Taylor who, with leading politicians, will explain what the results mean for the nation. Peter Snow will be on hand with dramatic new graphics, including a virtual reality parliament, to chart how Scotland has responded to the possibility of devolution. See today's choices.
All set for Scotland's big night: page 24