With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Monday
With Andrew Harvey and Liz MacKean.
Timetable on Monday Subtitled .....
John Leslie offers Bob Langley and Coast to Coast presenter Janet Street-Porter a full makeover. Stereo .................
Coast to Coast begins tomorrow at 8pm on BBC2
Studio debate. Stereo Subtitled ..
Continuing Make Yourself Useful week Paul Ross visits a Glasgow resource centre and more stars visit major charity centres to encourage viewers to devote time to volunteer work.
MAKE YOURSELF USEFUL HELPLINE: 0500
Including at 11.00 News Regional News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Word panel game with Alan Coren and Sandi Toksvig.
Elimination game show. Stereo .
Weather Subtitled ...........................
1.30 Regional News; Weather
Karl learns to let go, and Harold and Madge get their priorities right. Claire's white lie spells romance for Hannah.
Repeated at 5.35pm Stereo
Despite evidence that a murdered policeman was taking bribes, Ironside is determined to clear his name and find the killer.
The zoo inspectors visit Longleat's safari park. and house steward Ken Windess loses his cool.
Peggy and herfriends make crowns fitforaking. Repeat
A boy and his cartoon friend get into mischief. Repeat ..
Eighth of the 14-part comedy. Does agony aunt Aggie have all the answers?
Julia Jekyll OLIVIA HALLINAN. Moira Jekyll VICTORIA WILLIAMS. Jerry Jekyll IAN KEITH. Mona Jitter SUSIE BRANN, Jason Jitter JOHN ELMES. Memphis Rocket SIMON GREEN. Mrs Rocket ANN EMERY. Lester
Blister DALE RAPLEY. Nicola Blister TIFFANY GRIFFITHS,
Sharon Blister KAREN SALT. Edward Knickers
STEVEN WEBB. Harriet Hyde JOHN ASQUITH
Written by Jim Eldridge
Animation. Stanley becomes involved in a new stage show.
Adam returns to school,and Cracker and Tom do business with a slimy year nine pupil.
For cast see Tuesday Episode 11 next Tuesday
With Anna Ford and Jill Dando.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
For details see Monday Subtitled ....
The latest consumer news and investigative reports, in which the top names on British high streets come in for close scrutiny. With Alice Beer , Jane Goddard , Johnathan Maitland , John Nicolson and Andy Webb. Series producer Siobhan Mulholland Series editor Helen O'Rahilly
HOTLINE: [number removed] (24-hour line, calls charged at national rate) E-MAIL: Watchdog@bbc.co.uk
lan's fortunes take a turn forthe better. Huw is finding it hard to deal with his past.
For cast see Tuesday Omnibus edition on Sunday Stereo
Being bitten is an occupational hazard for vets, but it is one that
Trude Mostue has managed to avoid - so far. Meanwhile Fiona Green
settles into her new practice in Reading, where she encounters a homeless dog who will need to change his ways if he is to find a new home. Narrated by Christopher Timothy. Next programme tomorrow at 8pm. Director Alison Bennett
Executive producer Nick Shearman
Return of the comedy about a far-from- average family.
Perfect Day. Tension mounts as Jenny awaits her A-level results. Meanwhile Bill discovers that Ben has swapped the family car for a more sensible one - or so he claims.
See today's choices.
Written by Andrew Marshall
Director Nick Wood : Executive producers Andrew Marshall and Marcus Mortimer
# How I created.... the Porter family: page
With Peter Sissons.
Regional News; Weather
A frank three-part drama about female friends written by Susan Oudot and starring
Pauline Quirke, Frances Barber, Michelle Collins, Gwyneth Strong, Lesley Manville
Five old schoolfriends get together for a raucous hen night after Susie announces she's getting married. See today's choices.
Producer Debbie Shewell ; Director Philip Davis
For ever friends: page 20
Real Women 9.30pm BBC1
Assemble a fine female cast and give them a decent script to work with. It's a simple formula, but one that isn't tried often enough. Redressing the problem is this three-parter from writer Susan Oudot, in which Michelle Collins, Pauline Quirke, Lesley Manville, Frances Barber and Gwyneth Strong play childhood friends.
All five have followed radically different paths, but have kept in touch and reunite here for Collins's hen party. As the night unfolds, taking them from upmarket restaurant to male strip club, we realise that all is not rosy for any of these women. The advice of Quirke's stroppy husband fortunately goes unheeded: "You ain't a bunch of kids no more, so don't go making a prat of yourself," he hurls at his wife as she walks out the door. No chance, mate.
See feature, page 20.
Housewife superstar Mrs Merton , alias Caroline Aherne , returns to her cosy sofa for a new
six-part series of comic chat. See today's choices.
Director Tony Prescott ; Producer Spencer Campbell Repeated next Saturday
See This Week: page 7
David Dimbleby in London invites a studio audience to put questions to a panel of leading public figures.
Director GeoffWilson: Editor
AUDIENCE: phone (0181) [number removed]for an application form to join the studio audience forfuture programmes around the country.
Bobby Eroica Dupea , drifting son of a middle-class family of musicians, works on oil rigs and construction sites to earn money. His casual attitude extends to
Rayette, the waitress he currently lives with and mistreats. Reluctantly, he takes her along on a visit to his family home.
Director Bob Rafelson (1970.15)
♦ See Films: pages 44-50 **** ♦ Andrew Duncan interviews
Jack Nicholson : page 14
Followed by Weather
Robert Eroica Dupea:
Catherine Van Ost:
BBCljoinsthe news station.