With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Tuesday Stereo ................
With Andrew Harvey and Sophie Raworth. Timetable on Tuesday Subtitled .............
A sailor discovers how to achieve a nautical look at home. Mark Curry with the design roadshow.
Studio debate. Stereo Subtitled ..
Aguest astrologer makes predictions for the day.
Cookery challenge. Stereo
Including at 11.00 News Regional News and Weather
More real-life drama from Southampton general hospital. Stereo .............
Regional News and Weather
Bob Monkhouse with the elimination game show.
Mike and Hannah stall for time together. and Lance is knocked for six on the cricket pitch. Could Paul be a thief?
Repeated at 5.35pm Stereo
And Be My Love. Eve causes complications when she falls in love with the prime suspect in a series of robberies.
Peggy Patch finds hens on thefarm. Repeat Stereo ..............
Animated fun with the crazy animals. Stereo ...........
Last in the cartoon series.
Comedy. Harriet Hyde becomes invisible. Julia Jekyll OLIVIA HALLINAN , Moira Jekyll VICTORIA WILLIAMS. Jerry Jekyll BILL FELLOWS . Memphis Rocket SIMON GREEN. Mrs Rocket ANN EMERY. Lester Blister DALE RAPLEY. Harriet Hyde JOHN ASQUITH . Edward Knickers GUY EDWARDS
Written by Jim Eldridge Next episode next Tuesday Repeat Stereo Subtitled .................
Mrs Rocket Ann
Scary drama. Two boys try everything they can think of to scare theirclassmate. Stereo
Fifth of a nine-part comedy.
James falls for a scheming singer as evil Arial Soundbyte looks for revenge. Could this be the end for North and South?
James JAMES HURST. Lee LEE OTTER. Sam SAM CHAPMAN.
Tom TOM LOWE. Bev HARRIET THORPE.
Carly JESSICA MEYER. Janis GEMMA MCCLUSKIE. Mickey DAVID CARDY. Arial Soundbyte PETER BLAKE. Chantelle AMANDAABBINGTON
Written by Dean Wilkinson
With Anna Ford and Jennie Bond.
Weather David Lee
For details see Tuesday (Subtitled)
The consumer affairs programme about homes presented by Sankha Guha and Anne McKevitt.
For those thinking of moving who want to know what the new area is going to be like, technology now offers a new solution. The programme meets the American couple who decided to move to Colchester after seeing it on the internet.
Plus a look at the problems faced by people labelled as uninsurable by the insurance companies, and why it can be so hard to get a shower the right temperature.
Series producer Sarah-Jane Cohen
Editor Owen Gay Stereo Subtitled.
Weekend Watchdog is tomorrow at 7pm
An episode of the comedy series about the social-climbing Hyacinth Bucket and her long-suffering family.
Written by Roy Clarke ; Producer
Harold Snoad Repeat
Rolf Harris introduces more cases from the RSPCA's animal hospital in Putney, London.
Shauna Lowry meets two police officers who take on cats that no one else will rehome-their collection of exclusively old and ailing waifs and strays now numbers 14. Meanwhile vet
Julie Taylor attends to a hamster with a sore head, and staff try to save a badly burnt and dehydrated bask monitor lizard. Producer Paul Bradshaw : Series producer JaneAldous Stereo
WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/animalhospital
Bianca agonises over when to tell Ricky the truth about her past. Conor and Phil decide to show Annie who is boss.
For cast see Tuesday Omnibus edition on Sunday Stereo
With Michael Buerk.
Regional News; Weather
Another chance to see the series of the flat-sharing comedy. Tony returns from his holidays sporting some new hairy "face furniture". But Gary has a surprise of his own to spring - Dorothy has moved in.
Caroline on the couch: page 26
Fast-talking comedy show with Ben Elton , featuring regular guests Ronnie Corbett , who delivers comic monologues from his famous chair, and Roy and HG with news from Down Under.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer
GeoffAtkinson Repeated on Saturday
In 1934, in Canada, Elzire Dionne gave birth to five identical girls. To ensure the babies' survival, the sisters were removed from their parents and looked after in a specially built hospital, only to become a major tourist attraction.
Cecile, Annette and Yvonne, the three surviving sisters, are now 64 and living together in Montreal. They talk openly about their lives, which since birth have been scarred by loneliness and tragedy. This film, first shown in Inside Story two years ago, is updated with news of the Quebec government finally compensating and apologising to the remaining sisters for their treatment.
Producer Jane Treays
Series editor Olivia Lichtenstein
Revised repeat Stereo
Today's council elections across England give voters a chance to deliver their verdict on Labour's first year in power and decide the make-up of local councils, while in London residents have been voting in a referendum on proposals for a mayor for the city.
David Dimbleby introduces the latest results, plus reaction from politicians. Peter Snow is on hand to analyse the results as they come in, and reveals the findings of a BBC survey on the mood of the country one year after Labour's landslide victory, while Janet Street-Porter, Diane Madill and Anne Mackenzie bring reaction from the counts across the country.
Director Rob Hopkin; Editor Alexandra Henderson
Followed by Weather
BBCljoins the news station.