With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Monday
With John Nicholson and Sophie Raworth. Timetable on Monday
Studio debate. Subtitled .............
Today two friends receive makeovers for a charity event...............................
Simon Biagi revisits a Turkish hallway in Rugby and a Roman bedroom in Solihull to see how these room makeovers are standing the test of time
Live coverage from Bournemouth, presented by Huw Edwards and Diana Madill , including a debate on welfare reforms. Subtitled .....................
Including at 10.55, 11.55 News Regional News and Weather
Lou's restaurant becomes a resounding success. Amy threatens Caitlin.
Repeated at 5.35pm Subtitled ........
Eve tries to quash the rumours that Steve is a murderer. Vince's new girlfriend is annoyed by Danny.....................
No Way to Treat a Flower. Quincy's attempts to find the cause of death of a 15-year-old girl leads him on a campaign to ban a lethal marijuana-related Chemical. (Repeat)
Shown at 8.35am on BBC2 ................
The Patch Stop. Peggy and Mark discover shire horses and a Shetland pony atthe stables. Repeat
Cartoon capers with the loveable babies. Repeat Subtitled.
Continuing the comedy.
When Matron and her arch-rival Magda enterteams for a race, Mr Wymi ensures victory forthe Wrinkly team. Mr Wymi
IAN ANGUS WILKIE. Matron JULIE T WALLACE, Billy JAMES YOUNG, Henry REGINALD MARSH , Maude SHEILA LATIMER , Julie DAWN REID , Sid IAIN GOUCK, Alf GAVIN MITCHELL , Magda IDA SCHUSTER Written by Malcolm Lane
More picture-making ideas with Mark Speight , Jay Burridge and Josie D'Arby , including a fish recycling project and making pictures with clingfilm. Repeated tomorrow at 7.45am on BBC2
Jack has found a soul mate. Karen leaves home. As Lou fights to save the Gallaghers, Ben lashes out. Ben ANDREW SMITH , Karen KIMBERLY DUNBAR ,
Jack EDWARD SCOTT , Nikki SIOBHAN HANRATTY ,
Brigid JOANNE MCINTOSH , Geoff BILLY FANE , Greg GARY CRAWFORD , Lou ANNE ORWIN
This week's episodes written by Michael Ennis
Shown at 1.40pm Subtitled....
With Anna Ford and Jill Dando.
Weather Peter Cockroft
Fordetails see Monday Subtitled ....
Featuring the latest consumer news and investigative reports on everything from car dealers to supermarkets and banks to tour operators. With Alice Beer. Series producer Lisa Ausden
Editor Helen ORahilly HOTLINE: phone on [number removed]. Calls charged at national rate; e-mail: [email address removed]
Weekend Watchdog with Anne Robinson continues tomorrow at 7pm
Terry's ideas for earning more money from his shop backfire when Tony discovers a plot.
Phil's growing fury towards the Beales about their interference in his life gets out of control.
For cast see Tuesday Omnibus edition on Sunday
The first in a new ten-part series of the programme following the staff and patients at the RSPCA's Harmsworth hospital in north London. Presented by Rolf Harris, with roving reporters Shauna Lowry and Rhodri Williams. See today's choices.
Series producer Helen Thomas
Executive producer Sarah Hargreaves
Concluding the fly-on-the-wall series about the refurbishment of Selfridges in Oxford Street, London. After 12 months of planning, it's time fora modern, tinsel-free Christmas to suit the new Selfridges store, with hordes of parents invading the toy department in a desperate search for Teletubbies toys. The results of Christmas trading can affect the whole year's profits. Will this new-style Christmas at Selfridges deliver the goods?
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With Michael Buerk.
Regional News; Weather Peter Cockroft
Second in a six-part drama series about forbidden love set in an east London police station, starring Steven Mackintosh, Daniela Nardini, Lennie James
Matthew and Lois are caught in a struggle between loyalty and desire, made ever more intense as their search for Tom reveals his risky undercover game. See today's choices.
Written by Peter Bowker ; Producer Jane Fallon ; Director John Strickland Repeated tomorrow at 11.20pm
Andrew Duncan interviews Daniela Nardini : page 16
Continuing the series of talk shows in which Clive Anderson interviews a host of stars from the worlds of film, music, politics, sport and literature.
(Repeated next Saturday)
David Dimbleby presents the series which invites the public to put politicians on the spot.
Tonight's programme is from the University of Bournemouth, as this year's Conservative Party conference comes to a close in the town. The panel includes International Development Secretary Clare Short, shadow Foreign Secretary Michael Howard and David Yelland, editor of The Sun.
Executive producer George Carey ; Series editor Charlie Courtauld Subtitled.
AUDIENCE: for an application form to join the studio audience for future programmes around the country, phone [number removed]. Calls cost no more than 25p
Thriller, based on a true story, starring Klaus Maria Brandauer, Rebecca Miller, Brian Dennehy
Munich 1939: Georg Elser, a clockmaker, is appalled by the rise of Hitler, and the Nazi treatment of the Jews. Acting alone, and with enormous courage, he uses all his skill in hatching an assassination plot.
Director Klaus Maria Brandauer (1989, 15)
+ See Films: pages 58-65 ****
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