T1metab!e on Monday............................
With Andrew Harvey and Uz MacKean.
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Studio debate. SuMtMed.............
Today two glass artists have their images sharpened. With ShaunaLowry.
Live dramas from Southampton.
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The design team creates an office with a feminine feel in a Worcester home.
Culinary-challenge show. SuoM<ed
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The five dai!y winners piay for f 1.000 in the elimination game show........
Topical weather stories.
Repeatedat3.15pm SuM/Med ........
Ruth and Phii have some surprising news, and Anne's birthday party ends in tears.
Repeatedat5.35pm SuMWed ........
/VotvnefBtoRun. Ayoungwoman'sdeath leads Quincyto uncover a taboo subject which destroys a family. Repeat .
Weekday elimination quiz, presented by Bob Monkhouse. Repeat............-
Shown at 12.50pm
Shown at 8.35amonBBC2 ................
Animated muscie-fiexing mayhem. Repeat.
The facts show that answers viewers' questions this week features how pizzas are made, and ftying with swans. With Dave Chapman , Pau!
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Cartoon zoological zaniness. Subtitled ....
Linford Christie tours the country in search of new record attempts. With special reports from Kate Sanderson and Jez Edwards. Subtitled ................
Stuart Miles, Katy Hill, Richard Bacon and Konnie Huq are joined by a host of past presenters as the world's longest-running children's show today celebrates its 40th birthday.
Repeated next Monday on BBC 2
Shown at 1.40pm
Martyn Lewis and Fiona Bruce. Weather Michael Fish
Fordetails see Monday Subtitled .....
The programme which looks at how people spend money during their leisure time, features another scrutiny of holiday firms, travel agents, event promoters and restaurateurs. Including anotherlive report from Johnathan Maitland.
Series producer Siobhan Mulholland
Jayne Middlemiss introduces the hits from this week's top 40, live performances from some of the current top bands, and Britain's bestselling single. Director/ProducerChris Cowey
Repeated on Saturday WEBSITE: www.totp.beeb.com
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Concluding the classic comedy. Basil is filled with terror when he hears some hotel inspectors are in town.
A series in which TV chef Ainsley Harriott , with Samantha Norman , joins forces with a team of experts to create spectacular surprise parties. Tonight they arrange a Grease-style rock 'n' roll graduation party for a group of university students.
Director Mike Porecki : Series producer
Michael . Buerk Newsline; Weekend Weather
Pudsey Bear is on the loose again in the first of four visits around the province, to check up on the preparations for his annual Children in Need party, and to join in some of the many fund-raising activities leading up to the big night on 20 November. Producer Maurice Maguire
Editor Paul Evans
Continuing the crime drama series, starring
Silence Has Got Rhythm Too
A local composer and cellist who has been to the surgery suffering from noise pollution from a neighbour, flees when he is found overthe strangled body of the girl upstairs. Meanwhile, Shaaban walks out on the practice. See today's choices.
Written by Matthew Bardsley ; Producer Beverley Dartnall ; Director Tim Holloway
DI Gillian Cramer:
DS Helen Diamond:
Sgt Keith Lardner:
Dr Nick McKenzie:
Dr Shaaban Hamada:
DC Gary Monk:
PC Tom Allen:
Continuing the reruns of the entertainment show starring
Paul O'Grady as the outrageous Lily Savage. Tonight's guests includeZoe Ball,
Stephanie Beacham and Anthea Turner.
Director Alasdair MacMillan ; Producer
MarkLinsey Repeat Subtitled.
Another chance to see the third part of the drama series.
Shown yesterday 9.30pm Subtltled
' Horror, continuingthe
Fright-Day Night season, starring
Douglas Fairbanks Jr John Houseman
Four elderly men meet regularly and swap ghost stories, but one evening takes a sinisterturn when they are reminded of a terrible secret from their past.
Director John Irvin (1981, 18)
♦ See Films: pages 66-74
Followed by Weather
BBCl joins the continuous-news station with hourly bulletins.