With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Monday
With Justin Webb and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday
Competitive cookery, with Richard Cawley.
The makeover team help four Bristol librarians go glam.
Topical debate. Stereo Subtitled.
Mark Curry hosts the design roadshow from Sheffield.
Consumer advice, with an update at
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Theteam transform a bathroom in Bath.
Regional News and Weather
Vocabulary quiz with Bob Holness.
Antiques game show presented by Michael Parkinson.
Susan sends an emotional message to Mal, and Toadie suffers a setback.
Repeated at 5.35pm Stereo
Sullied Be Thy Name. A moral-crusading priest's death in the bed room of a call girl causes a postmortem controversy
First shown on ITV
Forever Fresh. From bodies buried in the Arctic to Nasa's meals in space, today's programme reveals how diet has changed through the years. With Loyd Grossman.
Poppy helps a spider get ready for his holiday.
The Chuckle Brothers deliver a water bed to an unsuspecting customer.
Children send their adult "tormentors" to the gunk pool in the zany game show. With Dave Benson Phillips.
The seventh of the 13-part sitcom about a bad choir in a fictional village.
When Tony mysteriously disappears, the choir suspect foul play.
Repeated next Sunday on BBC2 (Stereo)
The team celebrate bonfire night with a firework display. Repeated tomorrow at 8.05am on BBC2
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
A close-up look at the fashion and beauty world, presented by Alice Beer. This week's programme reports from the USA on the baldness cure that is said to work. Three student nurses with unhealthy lifestyles present their diary of a de-tox diet. And the Americans who are prepared to pay Â£300 a day for the best in British fashions.
Jez Nelson reports from Singapore on a high-tech nursery of the future, where youngsters are encouraged to attend "computer playgrounds". Will Britain follow suit? And
Philippa Forrester is in Australia, on the trail of the ideal sniffer dog for customs work.
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FalseAlarm! Inthewaragainst crime, alarms are a vital weapon. Last year, they led to the arrest of nearly 9,000 thieves, yet the noises they emit are often the subject of complaints from the public.
Martyn Lewis investigates the burglar alarm business and discovers that 98 per cent of house alarms that go off turn out to be by accident. Plus a look at the council in Birmingham that is usingthe lawto silence nuisance devices.
Producer Lance Williams
Series editor Charles Thompson
Carol Smillie hosts the midweek draw with music from 'N'Sync.
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With Michael Buerk. subtitled
Regional News; Weather
Suzanne Charlton subtitled.
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Edina and Patsy await the arrival of Patsy's long-lost sister on New Year's Eve.
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* fights the effects of the black cancer, Scully is in troubleforrefusingto reveal where he is. Concluding a two-part story. See today's choices.
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Well manicured man:
Exploring Peru and Colombia. Shown on Sunday at 7.55pm
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Public Life, Public Confidence Lord Nolan reflects on histhree years as chairman of the Committee on Standards in Public Life and argues that the continuing health of democracy depends on public confidence in the ethical conduct of our political leaders. Presented by Jonathan Dimbleby.
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A storyof family, romance and revenge set in California and Italy during the Second World War, starring William Hurt , Timothy Hutton Josie Larraneta is forbidden by her father to marry Jack, a young soldier, but when the lovers elope tragedy strikes.
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