With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Monday
With Jeremy Bowen and Sophie Raworth. Timetable on Monday
Two butlers are given a fashion makeover. With Caryn Franklin.
Design roadshow. Stereo ...........
Studio discussion with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
Cookery challenge with Kevin Woodford.
Consumer advice. Stereo Subtitled.
Including at 11.00 News Regional News and Weather
The team transform a student's bedroom in Oxford. Stereo .........................
Regional News and Weather
Weather Subtitled ...........................
Sarah has a confession to make.
Repeated at 5.35pm Stereo Subtitled.
Ironside tries to save a man he believes is innocent of murder from the electric chair. Featuring guest star Harrison Ford. (Repeat)
The gardeners spruce up the grounds of Longleat House for Lady Bath's monthly inspection.
Animation about a cheeky but loveable spider. Repeat Stereo ...
The Playground Stop.
Repeat Stereo ...............................
Tenth of a 13-part comedy series. Les's fear of mice causes problems as he makes an important delivery to a golf course.
Les LES BUBB, MrTightBEN KEATON , MrCattle MILTOS YEROLEMOU. Rosa ELAINE C SMITH
Written by Ben Keaton
Today's show looks at animals which have inspired myths. With Michaela Strachan. Nick Baker. Howie Watkins and Janice Acquah. Repeated on Friday at Sam on BBC2
Matt becomes Sean's latest victim. Laurie threatens to expose Chris and Dill.
Matt ROBERT STUART. Sean IAIN ROBERTSON.
Alec THOMAS CAREY , Wayne-PETER MORTON , Laurie SIAN WELSH. Chris BEN FREEMAN. Dill ROCHELLE
GADD. Franco FRANCESCO BRUNO. Dennis ALAN CAVE
This week's episodes written by Leigh Jackson Episode 14 on Thursday at 5.10pm
Shownatl.45pm Stereo Subtitled ....
Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart. Weather Peter Cockroft
Monty Don visits Las Ventanas, a stargazer's hideaway on Mexico's Baja Peninsula, while Ross Kelly goes to Lindos on the Greek island of Rhodes. Kathy Tayler learns to sail on Minorca's north coast, and Kevin Woodford goes walking in the Lake District.
Series producer FeniaVardanis; Editor
Jane Lush Stereo
A mystery visitor catches up with Gianni. Mark and Ruth are forced to rethink their future with Jessie.
This week's episodes written by Joanne Maguire ; Producer Debby Marsh ; Director Brett Fallis
+ Everybody's talking about.... the di Marcos: page 13
Mary Flaherty MELANIE:
Gianni di Marco:
Beppe di Marco:
Bruno di Marco:
Rosa di Marco:
Teresa di Marco:
Joe di Marco:
The interior design show moves to BBC1 for the first of a new six-part series. This week two sisters from Ashford in Kent transform rooms in each other's homes. Presented by Carol Smillie. Seetoday's choices. Director Duncan Hess ; Producer Ann Hill
* At home with the experts: p 32
A series of eight wildlife films begins with a look at banded mongooses, which roam East African plains in highly-organised packs. See today's choices.
The new meerkats? page 29
Wildlife on One 8.30pm BBC1
As the runaway success of the meerkats proved, there's nothing more endearing than an animal that stands up on its hind legs and hangs about in gangs. Set to topple the meerkats on the cheeky-chappy charts are Africa's banded mongooses, the subject of the first in this new series.
No bigger than a ferret, the banded mongoose makes up in personality what it lacks in size. A highly sociable animal, it roams around in packs in order to hunt and protect the young.
Here we see them indulging in a symbiotic relationship with warthogs, fending off predators and resisting a siege by a rival pack that would put the Alamo to shame.
With Michael Buerk.
Regional News; Weather
Victor and Margaret spend a holiday weekend visiting friends who own a seaside boarding house.
A year ago today, 160 vehicles collided in dense fog on the M42 near Birmingham. Sue Lawley tells the story of Britain's biggest pile-up and meets victims and members of the emergency services who were at the scene.
Producer Harry Dean ; Executive producer
A fly-on-the-wall documentary series following Sunderland Football Club.
Manager Peter Reid faces a race against time to sign a new striker on transfer deadline day. Former England star and local boy Chris Waddle joins, but he gets a mixed reception from the fans. Narrated by Gina McKee.
Executive producer Stephen Lambert Series producer John Alexander
Comedy drama starring Michael Caine, showing as part of a season of films to celebrate the actor's birthday.
Alfie is happy-go-lucky, to the point of selfish amorality. Life and "birds" come easily to him and it takes time for the cockney to discover what it is all about as he moves from one conquest to the next.
(Widescreen) (1966, 15) ****
See Films: pages 56-62
Andrew Duncan interviews Michael Caine: p 14; What do you mean, you've never seen...? p 55
Followed by Weather
BBCl joins the news station.