With Adam Shaw.
Timetable on Monday
With Andrew Harvey and Liz MacKean.
Timetable on Monday
Studio debate. Subtitled .............
Continuing the series about Southampton general hospital..............................
Cookery challenge with Kevin Woodford.
Regional News and Weather
Today's showfeatures advice on healthy eating and keeping fit. Subtitled ..
Regional News and Weather
Word panel game. Repeat ..........
Weather Subtitled ...........................
Toadie catches Lance on camera. Ruth and Geoff's relationship confuses Phil. Susan gets to know her housemate.
Repeated at5.35pm Subtitled .........
Celebrity homes quiz, with David Frost and Loyd Grossman.
Further coverage from the grass court tournament at the Queen's Club,
The Playground Stop.
Written by Malcolm Lane.
Fourth of the 15-part comedy about a robot butler. While Matron plays an April Fools' Day joke on Henry, Mr Wymi foresees a meteor strike.
(Next episode on Thursday at 4.25pm)
The final part of the comedy series about a choir. The vicar's forthcoming promotion and an escaped alligator spell trouble.
Mickey THOMAS MAHER , Lenny JOE MURPHY , Frankie JOHN WATERHOUSE. Sheri LOUISE SULLIVAN
. Rev Worthington NICK MALONEY , Tony JOHN LABANOWSKI. Street TIM DOWNIE Episode written by John Sayle
. Rev Worthington Nick
The series about young achievers. Including an award-winning interior designer and a 15-year-old water-skiing champion. Presented by Toby Anstis and Diane-Louise Jordan. Repeated tomorrow at 7.50am on BBC2
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart.
Weather John Kettley
The series featuring holiday ideas, locations and tips, presented by Jill Dando.
Kate Sanderson visits the Greek island of Paxos on a cheap villa holiday; Edward and Deirdre Enfield go to the south of France to explore the Canal du Midi by cruiser; and Chris Choi tries sporti ng activities in the Center Pares resort in the Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire. Plus a suggestion for a singles holiday in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Series producers Karen Brown and Andrew Fettis ; Executive producer
♦ See Jill Dando : People, page 12 and Sunshine in Malta: Reader offer, page
Friendship blossoms during Peggy and Frank's dinner date. The next episode of EastEnders can be seen on Friday at 8pm.
For cast see Friday Subtitled
The series focusing on Liverpool's Alder Hey children's hospital continues a run of twice-weekly visits.
Tonight the patients include a 13-year-old who is rushed into casualty after falling down a lift shaft in a derelict tower block, and a 10 year-old girl with a misshapened hip joint who is hoping to have an operation that will help her to walk without pain for the first time in years.
The next programme is tomorrow at 8pm
Simon Mayo presents the show which exposes dirty deeds. Entertainer Darren Day is arrested and questioned about a time when he missed school exams to go to a snooker event in Wales, and six girls have to explain to their headteacher how they managed to finish a hike in record time.
Director John Gorman ; Producer
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With Peter Sissons.
Regional News; Weather
Tony finds out that Gary has Â£33,000 stashed away in his current account.
In the final programme of the series supervisor Ray Brown is shown where to stick his ticket by an angry motorist.
Meanwhile, parking attendant Sandy Macleod is finding the pressures of combining long hours and bringing up four children too much and wants to work part time. The Clampers will return for a special Christmas edition.
Desmond Lynam looks forward to the 1998 World Cup with a review of the prospects of the footballing superpowers.
He considers the strengths of the host nation, France; Brazil's chances of gaining a fifth World Cup; the prospects of Germany, a traditionally successful side, with an ageing team; and Italy's desires to match their winning performance of 1982. The hopes of newcomers also come under the spotlight - Croatia, Jamaica, Japan (the co-hosts for 2002), and South Africa are all making their World Cup debuts. There are reports on England's preparations for their first game, against Tunisia, and on Scotland, who play in the opening match of the tournament against Brazil.
The opening match between Brazil and Scotland can be seen tomorrow at 3.30pm
Comedythriller, from the director of The Crying
Game and The Butcher Boy, starring Robert De Niro Sean Penn , Demi Moore Two small-time crooks are forced tojoin a prison break-out. Separated from their "leader", a condemned killer, theytake refuge in a bordertown where they are mistaken for priests who have come to see the miracle of the Weeping Virgin.
Director Neil Jordan (1989, 15)
♦ See Films: pages 59-68 ** Followed by Weather
BBC1 joins the news station.