With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Monday
With Justin Webb and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday Subtitled .......
Cookery challenge show, with Richard Cawley.
Four mounted policewomen receive a makeover.
Studio debate with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
Mark Curry hosts the design roadshow from Cheltenham.
Today including a debate on the party's health policies. Stereo.............
Including at 12.00 News Regional News and Weather
Weather Subtitled ...........................
Jo makes an important call. Could Darren be about to commit a crime?
Repeated at 5.35pm Stereo
Give Me Your Weak. Quincyfightsthe government and drug companies on behalf of brain-disease patients.
First shown on ITV
Celebrity lifestyle show with David Frost and Loyd Grossman.
Roundabout Stop, where Mr Jolly finds a fryingpan. Repeat Stereo ............
The Chuckle Brothers try their hand at being rabbit wardens.
Repeat Stereo ...............................
Dave Benson Phillips presents the game show in which a youngster seeks revenge on an adult 'tormentor' via the gunk pool.
13-part sitcom about a bad choir in the fictional town of Little Wickton.
Rev Worthington and Tony prepare forthe start of the fishing season, unaware that a new choir member is making waves.
Written by John Sayle Repeated next Sunday on BBC2 Stereo Subtitled ..................
The Rev Worthington:
With Stuart Miles, Katy Hill, Romana D'Annunzio and Richard Bacon.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.55 on BBC2
Shownatl.45pm Stereo Subtitled .....
With Anna Ford and Jennie Bond.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
There's a Penguin in the House
A series of programmes exploring relations between humans and animals.
Despite theirbenign appearance the little blue penguins of New Zealand are wreaking havoc in the suburbs of Wellington, breaking into people's homes, causing unpleasant smells and even gatecrashingthe local disco. Narrated by Peter Sallis. See today's choices.
Producer Mary Summerill ; Series producer Michael Gunton
See This Week: page 7
Philippa Forrester looks at a new gun capable of firing more than a million rounds a minute, and asks its inventor why the world needs such a weapon. Jez Nelson looks at a security camera that doubles as a smoke detector. Presented by Peter Snow , with reports from Craig Doyle and Anya Sitaram. Producer Simon Dickson : Editor
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The first of an eight-part series looking at howcrime is being fought in Britain.
Drugs War. Martyn Lewis looks at ways in which the authorities are cracking down on illegal drugs. The programme shows how police in London, Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire are combating both the addicts and the dealers, and instilling children with their anti-drugs message. Plus film of a customs operation which intercepted a massive cannabis haul.
Producer Lance Williams ; Series editor
Carol Smillie hosts the midweek draw, with music from soul singer Deni Hines. Carol Vorderman reports from Cardiff on how lottery money has helped the city. Producer Peter Estall
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Chris Serle with comments on BBC television programmes.
Write to Points of View, BBC TV, London W12 7TS, or phone/fax on [number removed]. The e-mail address is: email@example.com
Series producer Annie Lewis Marffy
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Regional News; Weather
Followed by National Lottery Update
Teliko. Mulder and Scully investigate the bizarre death of a black man whose body has lost its colouring. See today's choices.
* The X Directory: page 21
Comedy starring David Bamber An education officer probes an irregularity in school spending.
Written by Steven Moffat : Director
Juliet May; Producer Andre Ptaszynski
Highlights oftwo matches in the FA Premiership, including
Manchester United v Chelsea.
Plus goals and news from tonight's other games.
Commentary by Jon Champion and Tony Gubba. Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Alan Hansen.
* See Alan Hansen : page 39
Charles Branson , Jill Ireland
Inside the White House, an order is issued to kill the new
First Lady of the United States.
Director Peter Hunt (1986, 15)
* See Films: pages 48-58