With Paul Burden.
At 6.02 News; 6.12 Financial markets;
6.15,6.35 Business news; 6.27,6.57
Regional news; 6.30 Sport; 6.55 Weather.
With Justin Webb and Sophie Raworth.
At 7.00,8.00 Main news. with summaries every half-hour; 7.25,7.55,8.25,8.55 Weather, Regional news, Travel; 7.32,
8.32 Sport; 7.40 Business.
Editor Andrew Thompson
Daily lifestyle magazine, with Jane Asher. Today making ice cream. Stereo .
Today two female bikers receive a makeover.
Cookery challenge show with Ainsley Harriott.
Consumer advice. Stereo Subtitled.
Including at 11.00 News Regional News and Weather
The interior design team transform a lounge in Berkshire. Stereo .........
Regional News and Weather 8050
Weekday elimination quiz.
Billy backs off from friendship with Caitlin. Repeated at 5.35pm Stereo
Ironside looks for murder clues in an art collection. (Repeat)
More glimpses behind the scenes at
Longleat House, Wiltshire. Stereo..... ♦ Andrew Duncan interviews the Marquess of Bath: page 14
Charlie wonders how to makeastatue. Repeat
Badger and Mousey form their own fire brigade. Last in the series.
Simon Bodger ANDY CUNNINGHAM ,
Mousey JANE BASSETT. Mr Tucknott BILL THOMAS.
Mrs Bobbins JO WARNE
Written by Andy Cunningham
Last in the series of the US comedy. Repeat
Concluding the archive records series.
Repeated Wednesday at8am on BBC2
The team invite contributions for the Millennium time capsule competition. The capsule will be buried in Greenwich and dug up in 2050.
Repeated tomorrow at 8am on BBC2
Shown at 1.45pm Stereo Subtitled .....
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart.
Weather David Lee
Comprehensive regional news, with live reports and interviews on the issues affecting the South East. Regular presenters are Gwenan Edwards and Mike Embley
. Including weather, and sports reports from Rob Curling. Editor Jane Mote
The quiz show presented by Noel Edmonds , in which three teams of two demonstrate their knowledge oftelevision over eight rounds.
Director Sue Robinson ; Producer
The current-affairs magazine, presented by Juliet Morris.
Sick Note Detectives. A report on the growing number of companies turning to private detectives to check whether employees are genuinely sick when they claim to be so. Chris Choi joins a group of undercover investigators on surveillance.
Plus should women be allowed to kill for their country? Kaye Adams looks at the army's plans to allow more women on the front line.
Series producer Patrick Younge ; Editor
DaveStanford Subtitled ...............
Ros has some breakthrough news for Ian. Is Pauline's imagination playing tricks on her? For cast see Tuesday
We Don't Want to
Lose You ... In the first of a two-part story,
Gary's false wartime identity finally catches up with him. See today's choices.
Episode written by Sam Lawrence ; Director Robin Nash ; Producer John Bartlett
With Peter Sissons.
Weather David Lee
Finding Out. First of two programmes about coronary heart disease, presented by Adam Faith.
Tonight information on the causes, treatment and prevention of heart disease.
Second programme tomorrow at 10pm. See today's choices. Producer Alastair Laurence
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♦ See Dr Mark Porter : page 36
Nicking the Neighbours
A family with seven children are evicted from their council home because neighbours claim they made life intolerable. Panorama examines the wider implications of some tough new measures being used by local authorities to remove "nuisance neighbours" from troubled housing estates. Producer Mark Sigsworth ; Editor
NOTE: as Panorama is topical and likely to react to events in the news, its subject matter may change
Tonight's guests include
Olympic rowing hero
Steve Redgrave and leadingjockey
Richard Dunwoody , who will be aiming to win his third Grand
National at Aintree on Saturday. Plus a feature on the growing role of interpreters in the multilingual world of English football. Presented by John Inverdale.
Producer Paul Davies ; Editor Philip Bernie Repeated next Saturday Stereo..
Director Martin Scorsese talks to Barry Norman about his film on the Dalai Lama, Kundun, recalling his difficulties in bringing this deeply personal project to the screen.
Other films under review include Ulee's Gold, starring the Oscar-nominated actor Peter Fonda; Oscar and Lucinda, and two family films - Anastasia and Mousehunt.
Repeated on Saturday on BBC2 (Stereo)
See Barry Norman: page 66
Drama starring Dennis Hopper, Barbara Hershey, Ed Harris
Georgia 1949: the small town of Cotton Point is torn apart by the brutal shooting of a black woman and her daughter. An unrepentant racist, Paris Trout, is put on trial for the crime. (1991, 18)
See Films: pages 51-60 ****
Followed by Weather
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