With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Monday
With Andrew Harvey and Sophie Raworth. Timetable on Monday Subtitled ....
Cookery challenge with Kevin Woodford.
Two men who met as hospital patients are given a new image. Stereo ..........
Studio debate with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
Mark Curry introduces more interior design ideas from Cardiff. Stereol
Regional News and Weather
A visitto a converted railway station, plus advice on designing a kitchen.
Regional News and Weather
Word panel game with Alan Coren and Sandi Toksvig.
Antiques panel game, hosted by Michael Parkinson.
Melissa pleads with Billy to go out with her. Repeated at 5.35pm Stereo
Bitter Pill. Following the death of a teenager, Quincy tries to terminate the legal trade in certain lethal pills.
First shown on ITV ............................
Celebrity lifestyle show, Stereo ..
The skeletons decide to frighten someone or something.
Peggy and Poppy collect fruitto make jam. Repeat Stereo..
Cartoon aboutyoung dinosaurs. Repeat Subtitled ........
Second of a 15-part comedy drama. Following rumours of a monster living in the loch at Wrinkly Castle, Matron decides to turn the castle into a monster theme park.
Matron ANNETTE BADLAND , MrWymi IAN ANGUS WILKIE, Billy JAMES YOUNG, Henry REGINALD MARSH.
Maude SHEILA LATIMER. Julie DAWN REID.
Mr Trimble STEWART PRESTON
Written byMalcolm Lane Stereo
Mrwymi Ian Angus
Mr Trimble Stewart
Dogsbody tries to get into The Guinness Book of Records. Plus cartoon fun.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.55am on BBC2
There'sanewgroup leader, and Carl is accused of involving
Terry in his dirty work. Last in the series, a new series starts next Tuesday.
For cast see Tuesday Repeat Subtitled.
With Anna Ford and Jill Dando.
Weather John Kettley
The latest consumer news and investigative reports, in which the top names on British high streets come in for close scrutiny. Presented by Alice Beer , with reports from
Liz Kershaw , John Nicolson and AndyWebb.
Tonight, why Yorkshire Water makes customers pay for a free water-saving device, how
Parcelforce lost a portrait of Edwina Currie 's daughter, and why it is best to avoid booking a holiday from the early editions of travel brochures.
Series producer Helen O'Rahilly ; Editor
SteveAnderson HOTLINE: phone free on [number removed] Weekend Watchdogtomorrow at 7pm
Polly forces Tony's hand, Mark and Ruth are on tenterhooks, and Pauline finds the past catching up with her.
For cast see Tuesday Omnibus edition on Sunday Stereo Subtitled ............
Another chance to see the Christmas special.
When Tracey and Sharon discover that the inspector who convicted Darryl and Chris might be "bent" they start a campaign for the release of their husbands.
Featuring guest appearances by Robert Kilroy-Silk and tennis professional David Lloyd.
Rolf Harris remembers some of the most heartwarming stories from past visits to the RSPCA's Harmsworth Hospital and recalls moments of drama that have become a part of everyday life forthe staff on emergency standby at the hospital.
Executive producer Lorraine Heggessey
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Regional News; Weather
Michael Buerk presents the dramatic true story of a three-man Hollywood film crew who found themselves fighting for their lives in the crater of an active Hawaiian volcano.
The group were over the Pu'u O'o-Kilauea volcano, filming an aerial sequence for the thriller Sliver, when their helicopter developed engine trouble, forcing the pilot to crash-land on the floor of the crater just inches away from a pool of molten lava. For the first time, National Park Rangers had the task of rescuing people trapped inside a live volcano, not knowing if they were alive or dead.
A new series of Lifesavers begins next month.
Crisis In the Classroom
Third of a four-part series showing how parents are coping with the pressures of raising children in modern Britain.
One in six children has special needs, and each year around 11,000 pupils are excluded from British schools because of their unruly behaviour. This programme follows four disruptive children as they attend a unique education unit in Westminster, London. See today's choices. Producer Gail Taylor
Series editor Lorraine Heggessey
Live coverage of the outcome
of the welsh referendum on devolution, introduced by Huw Edwards. Peter Snow analyses the results as they come in, while Glyn Mathias speaks to politicians on the implications of the vote -both for Wales and for the rest of the UK. Including news from counting centres across Wales, plus special reports from London. north-west England, the West
Country, Scotland and mainland Europe. See today's choices. Director Dave Simmonds Producer Martin Ingram