With Hayley Miller.
Timetable on Monday
With John Nicholson and Sophie Raworth. Timetable on Monday
Studio debate. Subtitled .............
Today a makeover for two fundraisers aiming to drive Mini Coopers to Italy in aid of the NSPCC. With Oz Clarke
Another live report from Southampton general hospital..........................
Regional News and Weather
A couple re-create a Victorian snug at their home in Selly Park, Birmingham..
Culinary challenge, with Richard Cawley.
Regional News and Weather
Weekday elimination quiz show presented by Fred Dinenage. ........................
Antiques game show. Today's experts are silver dealer Daniel Bexfield and Gillian Neale
, a specialist in ceramics...
Weather Subtitled ...........................
Phil and Ruth frantically plan their wedding. Toadie suggests Bill moves in, but can he afford it? Libby receives devastating news. Repeated at 5.35pm
Today's first visit to Preston Guild Hall for continued live third round Grand Prix action. Introduced by David Vine.
Animation about a podgy dog.
Shown at8. 35am on BBC2 Repeat
At the Roundabout Stop, everyone is squabbling. Repeat .
More comedy with the Chuckle Brothers. Reading other people's diaries leads Barry and Paul into trouble. With John D Collins.
Written by Rory Clark and Robert Taylor
Game show in which children and adults compete. With Dave Benson Phillips.
Fourth in a seven-part comedy drama about a brother and sister whose parents have separated. Joe and Emily are dismayed when Colin decides to ditch his boring image and become "groovy". Joe PAULTERRY , Emily REBECCA HUNTER.
Roger IVAN KAYE , David RYAN CARTWRIGHT , Felicity LUCY EVANS. Robbie ALBEY BROOKES, Colin JEFFRAWLE.
Jane SUZANNE BURDEN. Pilot and others
RICHARD DIXON , Co-pilot MARTIN TRENAMAN , Pogo SARAH MOGG, Jim SCOTT HICKMAN
Written by Mark Haddon
Repeated next Sunday on BBC2 Subtitled 4
Children's magazine, presented by Stuart Miles, Katy Hill, Richard Bacon and Konnie Huq.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.45am on BBC2
With Martyn Lewis and Andrew Harvey.
Weather Peter Cockroft
This week a report from America on how injured dogs are being saved with the help of artificial blood in a technique that could pave the way to a breakthrough in treating humans in need of transfusions. Artificial blood could mean the end of donor shortages and problems with matching rare types, alongwith the elimination of blood-borne
HIV. Also, how viewers can help track what could be the biggest meteor shower for more than 30 years as comet Temple-Tuttle passes the Earth next month.
Presented by Peter Snow and Philippa Forrester, with Jez Nelson , Craig Doyle and Anya Sitaram. Producer Daniel Barry ; Editor Saul Nasse
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Robbie throws a party and Sonia finds herself in a frightening situation with an uninvited guest. Another deal goes wrong for Roy, who takes it out on Pat. For cast see Thursday Omnibus edition on Sunday
David Attenborough presents a ten-part insight into the evolution and behaviour of birds.
To Fly or Not to Fly? The first programme looks at flightless birds, which survive either by being large enough to defend themselves, or by living where there are no predators. See today's choices. Producer Mike Salisbury
Repeated next Sunday BBCBOOK: The Life of Birds. price£18.99 ♦ Come fly with me: p29; British birdsong clock: Giveaways and offers, pl52; Visit the Galapagos Islands: Reader offer, pl54
Carol Smillie presents the first in a new series telling real-life tales of extraordinary good fortune, with the live midweek National
Lottery draw as the centrepiece. Tonight's guests are a couple for whom love blossomed again 60 years aftertheirfirst romance.
Producer Gaby Koppel Subtitled. NOTE: previous winning numbers from lottery draws are available on Ceefax page 555 or by calling the Players' Lottery Helpline on
With Michael Buerk.
Regional News; Weather
Then National Lottery Update
Another chance to see last year's Christmas special.
Victor's plans for a quiet autumn break in the West Country have an eerie and utterly terrifying conclusion.
Abandon Ship. A sinking ship is every mariner's nightmare. In the days of wooden vessels, survivors could cling to the wooden wreckage, but the advent of iron ships led to the development of lifejackets and life rafts. Today a lifeboat can protect victims from burning oil and the mosttempestuous seas.
Director Alison Trinkl ; Series producer
Dougie Donnelly introduces news and action from tonight's third round matches in the Grand Prix at Preston Guild Hall........
Drama, based on a true story, starring
Spring 1974: the well-to-do Colburns are a healthy and happy family. However, when
16-year-old Terry and his mother stumble upon an armed robbery, the consequences are horrific.
Director Glenn Jordan (1991)
♦ See Films: pages 69-76 ***
Followed by Weather