With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Monday
With Andrew Harvey and Liz MacKean.
Timetable on Monday
Two more contestants find out whether they are true to their star signs...
More real-life drama from Southampton general hospital..............................
The art of glazed pottery.............
Regional News and Weather
Live coverage of the first morning's play at Edgbaston in the First Cornhill Insurance Test between England and South Africa.
England will be looking for agood start to their Test summer under new captain
Alec Stewart. They will need to play at their best against Hansi Cronje 's South African team, with their strong bowling line-up led by Shaun Pollock and Allan Donald.
Introduced by Tony Lewis , with commentary by Richie Benaud ,
David Gower , Chris Broad and Barry Richards. Producers Paul Davies and Alan Griffiths
Editor Philip Bemie # See Jonathan Agnew : page 43; and Reader offer: page
Weather Subtitled ...........................
Topical weather stories...........
Harold is worried that Madge won't pull through. Toadie makes a newfriend at the Creche, and Caitlin and Anne plan a switch.
(Repeated at 5.35pm) (Subtitled)
Celebrity homes quiz. Subtitled.
Continued live coverage of the afternoon's play between England and South Africa at Edgbaston..........
Peggy Patch learns about butterflies. Repeat
Animated fun with the crazy animals
Cartoon mousecapers. Repeat ...............
Mr Wymi foresees a small earthquake and frightens two rogues as they try to steal Matron's money.
For cast see Tuesday
Next episode on Tuesday
First of a two-part story. When their family moves to Florida, two children discover a terrifying secret in the swamps. Subtitled ................
In the last of the comedy series. Sam becomes a bodyguard, and Mickey lines up some celebrity clients for him, including Kirsten O'Brien , Katy Hill, Otis the Aardvark - and a mysterious country and western singer.
James JAMES HURST. Lee LEE OTTER. Sam SAM
CHAPMAN, Tom TOM LOWE , Bev HARRIET THORPE.
Carly JESSICA MEYER , Janis GEMMA MCCLUSKIE , Mickey DAVID CARDY , Trainer ANDY WILLIAMS
Written by Roy Apps
Shownatl.45pm Subtitled ................
With Anna Ford and Jennie Bond.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Fordetails see Monday Subtitled ....
The consumer affairs programme about food issues invites three restaurant critics into the kitchen to test their culinary skills. Plus a report on synthetic foodstuffs that caterers pass off as the real thing, and a call for manufacturers to adopt packagingthat is easierto open. Presented by Johnathan Maitland. See today's choices. Series producer Sarah-Jane Cohen
EditorOwenGay Weekend Watchdog is tomorrow at 7pm
Annie finally shows she is vulnerable, and Roy finds it increasingly hard to handle the pressures of failure as yet another deal falls through.
For cast see Tuesday Omnibus edition on Sunday Subtitled ....................
The programme which takes a look at crime prevention.
As the cities make life more difficult for criminals, thieves find softer targets in the countryside. Burglars are targeting rural households and organised gangs are stealing millions of pounds worth of farm machinery. Martyn Lewis reports on how the countryside is hitting back, and finds out why farmers in East Yorkshire have hired a private security firm to protect their livestock.
Comedy series about a demanding mother, starring Stephanie Cole
Peggy prepares a surprise birthday party for Richard, unaware that he has different plans for his evening - plans that don't involve Tina.
With Michael Buerk.
Regional News; Weather
Gary feels middle-aged and Tony feels jealous when Deborah starts hanging out with her new friends at university. But will going to a rave really make them feel any better?
Fast-talking comedy as Ben Elton is joined for the last in the series by Ronnie Corbett, who delivers comic monologues from his famous chair, and Roy and with news from Down Under.
(Repeated on Saturday)
Another chance to see a classic half-hour of comedy starring Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones.
Featuring comic sketches and characters, and the infamous head-to-head discussions.
David Dimbleby invites a studio audience in London to put questions to a panel including Social Security Secretary Harriet Harman, and Shadow Foreign Secretary Michael Howard.
Audience: phone [number removed] for an application form to join the studio audience for future programmes around the country.
Drama starring Julie Christie, Alan Bates
At the turn-of-the-century, while spending the summer on a schoolfriend's family estate in Norfolk, 12-year-old Leo unwittingly takes on the role of go-between for the daughter of the wealthy family and a local farmer. But the couple's clandestine love affair is to have tragic consequences.
Director Joseph Losey (1971, PG)
+ See Films: pages 50-58 *****
Andrew Duncan interviews Julie Christie : page 14
(This film was rescheduled from Monday after our feature pages went to press.)
Followed by Weather
Leo, as an old man:
BBC1 joins the news station.