With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Monday
With Jeremy Bowen and Sophie Raworth. Timetable on Monday
Celebrity shoppinggame. Repeat
Topical studio debate. Subtitled .
Contestants tackle another set of tasks set by experts, including a money-saving decorating idea
Makeover highlights presented by Caryn Franklin and Oz Clarke. Today featuring teenage fashion..........................
More handy hints for around the home from the Change That team......
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Bitter End. In the last of the series
Michael Palin arrives in Cape Town forthe final leg of his journey to Antarctica.
Regional News and Weather
Quiz show testing communication skills.
Weather Subtitled ...........................
Libby is furious with Darren and tells him to go. Toad ie and Nick become party animals. Repeatedat5.35pm Subtitled ........
The Case of the AvengingAce. Mason acts for a man who was wrongly convicted of murder and is now being framed for anotherkilling. Repeat Subtitled ..
The Playground Stop.
Animated antics with the little penguin. Repeat
Animated fun with the crazy animals.......................
The penultimate part ofthe comedy. An alien spaceship lands, aiming to capture everything beginning withW. How can MrWymi escape?
For cast and final episode see Thursday at 4.20pm Repeat
Continuing the second series of the Australian comedy.
Pete lands in the sludge from Mr Gribble 's waste disposal unit, and nothing will get rid of the smell. Repeat Subtitled .
First of a six-part documentary series following four young people who want to be famous. Aspiring pop star Justin records his debut single and actress Jade has a big audition. Meanwhile, guitarist Tom plays a gig in London and Sarah attends drama school.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.50am on BBC2. Part two on Thursday at 5.10pm Subtitled ....... * See Family: page 33
Martyn Lewis and Jennie Bond. Weather David Braine
The show that features ideas for days out and weekends away returns for a six-part series.
Mary Nightingale introduces this week's edition from historic
Windsor on the River Thames.
Toyah Willcox spends a weekend in the Isles of Scilly, Holly Samos takes a bus ride around North
Yorkshire, Mark Porter learns to jet-ski, and Edward and Deirdre Enfield tour Bath on foot.
Series producer Anne Taylor ; Executive producer Jane Lush * See Dr Mark Porter : page 30
Pauline finds campaign support from a surprising quarter.
This week's episodes written by Lilie Ferrari and Rob Gittins
Producer Lis Steele Director Brett Fallis
Gianni di Marco:
Beppe di Marco:
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Bruno di Marco:
Teresa di Marco:
The series following the lives of a group of young vets returns for a ten-part, twice-weekly run.
New Beginnings. Now 18 months into their careers, the vets are also facing challenges in their personal lives. See today's choices.
Director Harvey Lilley ; Executive producer Tessa Finch The next episode is tomorrow at8pm
Crime prevention programme.
A look at measures being taken by the police and train operators to combat crime on Britain's rail system. The programme follows the British Transport Police as they pursue a policy of zero tolerance on offenders, often with the use of undercover officers and closed-circuit TV cameras. With Martyn Lewis. Director Bruce Lippold; Series producer Lance Williams
With Peter Sissons.
Regional News; Weather
The first of two films continuing British television's longest-running documentary project, which began in when a group of seven-year-olds were asked their views on love, marriage, ambition and class. Amongthose revisited tonight are London taxi driver Tony, who had ambitions to become a jockey, and Nick, who left the Yorkshire Dales to become an associate professor at the University of Wisconsin.
Part two is tomorrow at 9.30pm. See today's choices.
Producers Michael Apted and Claire Lewis
♦ The seven-year search: page 25
First of a two-part murder drama based on real-l ife events.
Starring Ann-Margret Peter Coyote
Diane Borchardt is one of the most popularteachers at her school, but at home she is a jealous and abusive wife. When her husband says he wants a divorce, she is determined to prevent him-andhis estate - from going to another woman, and persuades an adoring student to help plot his murder. Concludes tomorrow at 10.45pm.
Wealthy new mother
Catherine Elshant appears to be displaying the signs of an extreme form of post-natal depression. But when her baby goes missing, even her husband doubts her sanity.
Director Bill Corcoran (1994)
+ See Films: pages 42-48
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The continuous-news station.