With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Monday
With Justin Webb and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday
Cookery challenge show. hosted by Richard Cawley.
More expert makeovers. Stereo .
Topical debate. Stereo Subtitled.
Design roadshow. Stereo ............
Regional News and Weather
Consumer advice programme.
How a few plants can transform the front
Ofahouse. Repeat Stereo ...........
Regional News and Weather 885
BBC Scotland weather presenter Heather Reed tells the story of the mackintosh and visits a factory in Cumbernauld that has been making them since the 1820s.
Anne. Ben and Billy are reconciled, and Darren and Toadie liven up the Coffee Shop. Repeated at 5.35pm Stereo
DyingforaDrink. Quincy discovers a colleague is suffering from alcoholism but doesn't realise it. With Jack Klugman.
First shown on ITV
More homes of mystery celebrities, with Loyd Grossman. Stereo
An update of this morning's show.
Peggy meets a farmer and his horse. Repeat
The brothers enter the Highland games. Repeat
Children's TV presenters Kirsten O'Brien and Mark Speight face a plunge into the gunge in the revenge game show. With
Dave Benson Phillips.
The fifth of the 13-part sitcom about a bad choir in aftctional town.
Who will be voted head chorister?
Frankie JOHN WATERHOUSE. Mickey THOMAS MAHER
Lenny. JOE MURPHY. RevWorthington NICK MALONEY Natalie. TONATHA DAVIS
Written by Brian Jordan Repeated next Sunday on BBC2 Stereo
Featuring former England striker Gary Lineker and the 200th anniversary of the first parachute jump. Repeated tomorrow at 8.05am on BBC2
Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey.
Weather David Lee
For detail s see Monday.....
Alice Beer returns with the series probing the fashion and beauty industry. The first of nine programmes features the women who act as human guinea pigs for new cosmetics products. And Angela Rippon looks at the possible dangers for women using talcum powder. See today's choices.
Series producer Owen Gay; Editor
Philippa Forrester examines a revolution in crime detection - new way of extracting DNA from fingerprints. Also, former featherweight champion Barry McGuigan helps Anya Sitaram investigate boxing safety via new technology. With Peter Snow, Jez Nelson and Craig Doyle. Producer Simon Dickson ; Editor
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Shaming. A crackdown on youth crime is anticipated when the government's new crime and disorder bill is published at the turn of the year. Itseemslikely that parents will be made more responsible for their children's criminality or bad behaviour. Martyn Lewis investigates current methods of tackling youngsters who offend and reports on a new scheme which puts victims and villains face to face in an attempt to shame the offenders.
Producer Matt Holden ; Series editor
Carol Smillie hosts the midweek draw, with music by China Black. Producer Peter Estall
NOTE: the winning numbers from previous lottery draws are available on Ceefax page 555orby calling the Players' Lottery Helpline on
Chris Serle with comments on BBC television programmes.
Write to Points of View, BBCTV, London W12 7TS, or phone/fax on (0181) [number removed]. The e-mail address is: email@example.com Producer Annie Lewis Marffy
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Regional News; Weather
Followed by National Lottery Update
Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man
Frohike reveals to Mulder and Scully details on the Cigarette Smoking Man, including links to the shootings of John F Kennedy and Martin Luther King.
Cigarette Smoking Man:
Lee Harvey Oswald:
Teachers look forward to letting their hair down at the end-of-term party. Last in the current series.
Written by Steven Moffat ; Director
Juliet May; Producer Andre Ptaszynski
Michael Palin explores Chile and Bolivia.
Shown on Sunday at 8pm
BBC BOOK: Full Circle, price £19.99, available from bookshops
Highlights from the fourth day's play in Bournemouth presented by Dougie Donnelly.
Sports drama starring
Edward James Olmos
Virgil Sweet is a baseball scout of the old school ― and on his way out. But a chance encounter leads him to an amazing young pitcher. Having persuaded the boy's parents that he'll protect him in the big leagues, Virgil doesn't bargain for the ambitions of the cynical owner of the California Angels.
Director Robert M Young (1991, PG)
+ See Films: pages 68-79 ***