With Paul Burden. At 6.02,6.32 News;
6.12 Business news briefing; 6.27,6.57
Regional news; 6.35 Business news; 6.55 Weather. Stereo .............................
With Justin Webb and Sophie Raworth. At 7.00,8.00,9.00 Main news, with summaries half hourly; 7.25,7.55,8.25,
8.55 Weather, Regional news, Travel;
7.32,8.32 Sport; 7.40 Business.
Cookery challenge. Stereo Subtitled .
More makeovers. Stereo ............
Topical debate. Stereo Subtitled...
Design roadshow. This week, the team visits Liverpool. Stereo ...............
Regional News and Weather
Consumer advice. With Tony Morris and RuthLangsford. Stereo Subtitled.
Interior-design series. Sean Rafferty visits a restored barn. Repeat Stereo .......
Regional News and Weather 808459 7
Word panel game. Stereo ...........
Weather Subtitled ...........................
Darren and Debbie's friendship blossoms. Repeated at 5.35pm Stereo Subtitled.
The Mourning After. Quincy acts when a college student dies during an initiation test. First shown on ITV
Celebrity lifestyle game show. Stereo
An update of this morning's show.
Why creates ajungle.
Animated series based on Enid Blyton 's The
Faraway Tree books.
Gary Rhodes creates dishes inspired by Roald Dahl 's books. With TV presenter
Diane-LouiseJordan. Stereo ......
Animated adventures ofapolarbear. Repeated next Sunday on BBC2 Stereo
Attack of the Mutant (Part 1. Comic book characters come to life. Concludes next Monday. Stereo
The team recalls the violent storms that struck England in 1987.
With Stuart Miles, Katy Hill, Romana D'Annunzio and Richard Bacon.
Repeated tomorrow at 8.05am on BBC2
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart.
Weather David Lee subtitled.
Comprehensive regional news, with live reports and interviews on the issues affectingthe
South East. Regular presenters are Gwenan Edwards ,
Mike Embley and Gargy Patel , plus sports reports from Rob Curling. Editor Jane Mote Subtitled ............
Michael Aspellies in wait with the red book, readyto springa surprise on anotherguest. Director John Gorman ; Producer
Continuing the current-affairs series presented by Juliet Morris. Silent Witness? Last year.the Crown Prosecution Service took to court the case of Mary Nevin , who has multiple sclerosis, who claimed she had been sexually abused. But the judge dismissed the case rulingthat because of her problems in communicating she was not a competent witness. Tonight Chris Choi reports that each year an estimated 1,500 people with physical or learning disabilities claim to have suffered sexual abuse but rarely get their day in court.
Series producer Patrick Younge ; Editor
* Juliet Morris questionnaire: page 18
The Jacksons wait for news of Billy, while Joe finds Lorraine's news less than welcome.
For cast see Tuesday
Comedy series about footballer and entrepreneur Gary Prince. Starring Chris Barrie
Family Matters. Gary decides he would like to be reunited with his mother- on Surprise, Surprise.
Written by Tony Millan and MikeWalling Director/Producer Mike Stephens
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled Regional News
Weather David Lee
Continuing the bittersweet comedy.
Starring Clive Mantle Sarah Lancashire
A heavily pregnant Liz feels like a short exotic holiday while she still can. But Jack reveals an irrational fear of flying.
See today's choices.
Written by John Godber
Director Dewi Humphreys
Producer Sydney Lotterby
Another in-depth look at a major topical story from home or abroad. Editor Steve Hewlett
Michael Palin reaches Australia and New Zealand.
Shown yesterday at8pm
BBC BOOK: Full Circle, price £19.99, available from bookshops
Movies under review include Wilde - the biopic of the celebrated Irish-born writer starring Stephen Fry. He joins Barry in the studio to talk about the challenges involved in bringing the story of Wilde's downfall to the screen. Plus
Shooting Fish -a British comedy starring Kate Beckinsale and Stuart
Townsend and subUrbia, the tale of a group of 20-year-olds reunited with an old friend.
Director Alice Feinstein : Producer Bruce Thompson
Repeated on Saturday, BBC2 Stereo
* See Barry Norman : page 55
Oscar Wilde's chiller, starring Hurd Hatfield
While Victorian high society ebbs and flows past him, Dorian Gray amazingly retains his youth. But under his civilised veneer lurks an increasingly depraved spirit, proving a deadly menace even to those he loves most.
Director Albert Lewin (1945) Black and white and colour
♦ See Films: pages 58-66 **** ♦ What do you mean ... you've never seen the Picture of Dorian
Gray? page 56
Lord Henry Wotton:
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