With Hayley Miller.
At 6.00 News; 6.12 Financial markets;
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Regional news; 6.30 Sport; 6.55 Weather. Editor GrantClelland
With John Nicholson and Sophie Raworth. At 7.00, 8.00 Main news, with summaries every half-hour; 7.25,7.55,8.25,8.55 Weather, Regional news, Travel; 7.32,
8.32 Sport; 7.40 Business.
Editor Andrew Thompson
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Two nursery nurses are transformed by the makeover magicians
The start of another week of daily dramas at Southampton general hospital.
Presented by Gaby Roslin
Regional News and Weather
Simon Biagi and the team set to work on a roof-top flat in Bristol
Culinary-challenge show, hosted by Ainsley Harriott.
Regional News and Weather
Weekday elimination quiz presented by Fred Dinenage
Michael Parkinson presents another edition of the antiques quiz show.
Topical weather stories.
Repeated at 3.15pm
Will Lance and Amy be reconciled?
The Money Plague. The legacy of a long-dead hijackerthreatens a small community. Repeat
Quiz show with Bob Monkhouse.
Animation about a tiny man who lives in a clock.
Charlie and Whyfind out about workhorses. Repeat .........
Animated series about magical domains. Repeat .
Today's show is all about food. Subtitled ..
A creepily comic triple-bill of cartoon capers.
Horror drama. Erin and Martytrythe studio tour. Subtitled.
Stuart Miles reports from Uganda on endangered mountain gorillas.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.45am on BBC2
Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart Weather David Braine
Comprehensive regional news, weather and sports reports, with Gwenan Edwards , Mike Embley and Gargy Patel.
Editor Jane Mote
Michael Aspel springs a surprise on anotherguest, with a secret cast of family, friends and key contributors waiting in the wings. Producer Sue Green; Series producer
JackCrawshaw Subtitled ............
The current-affairs show presented live by Juliet Morris.
Silence and Secrecy. I n the past eight years more than people have committed suicide in British prisons, 88 of whom were aged between 15 and 21. With the numbers increasing, Here and Now asks what is happening to the care of the state. The friends and family of those who die say they face a wall of silence and secrecy.
Plus in the concluding part of a special report from Sri Lanka, Sankha Guha and pop star Robbie Williams watch the one-day campaign to immunise every child against polio. Series producer Colin Savage
Editor Dave Stanford Subtitled .......
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Sonia, Nicky and Martin cause chaos for Robbie. Mary places Ruth in an unenviable position. Next episode on Wednesday at 7.30 pm
For cast see Thursday
Soap and Flannel: page 10
Documentary series about
Birmingham children's hospital. Chatty eight-year-old Aaron [text removed] shows great courage in his battle against cancer.
Tomboy Clare [text removed] has fallen off a climbing frame at school. A three-week-old baby who isn't feeding properly is rushed in, breathless. And seven-year-old Adele [text removed] is recovering from her extraordinary 14-hour triple-transplant operation. Producer Charlotte Moore : Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff Subtitled.
With Michael Buerk.
Regional News; Weather
A look behind the scenes atthe
Forest Mere health farm in Surrey. It's give-up-smoking week and both the clients and staff are nervous. The smokers are put through a battery of therapies but theircraving increases, and then the ultimate test beckons - atriptothepub. Meanwhile celebrity guests arrive - Sir
Jimmy Savile and actress June Brown alias Dot from EastEnders.
Director Hannah Berryman ; Executive producer Stephen Lambert Subtitled.
To Catch a Cop
An investigation into past corruption in one of the country's biggest police forces. Panorama tells the inside story of how detectives who served in the West Midlands Drug Squad framed suspects and misappropriated drugs and money. For years the West Midlands police has been dogged by allegations of wrongdoing, from the railroading of the Birmingham Six to the revelation that some members of the Serious Crime Squad were torturing suspects.
Peter Marshall reports on the difficulties the force has had in trying to stop corruption and the troubles experienced by officers who have spoken out against their colleagues, only to see some of them escapejustice.
Producer Andy Bell ; Editor Peter Horrocks
NOTE: as Panorama is topical and likely to react to events in the news, its subject matter may change
Comedy drama starring
Having deserted his pregnant girlfriend, high-school dropout George Kuffs witnesses the brutal murder of his brother, owner of one of San Francisco's private policing franchises.
Director Bruce A Evans (1991, 15)
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Life Lines. Aaron is caught in a distressing situation and Billy continues to defy Kate.
Or Aaron Shutt:
Dr Kate Austin:
Dr Barbara Bix'Konstadt:
Dr Billy Kronk:
SexEd. Lisa replaces the school's sex education teacher when Gary wishes to learn how to make love to a woman.
Followed by Weather