With Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday
With Andrew Harvey and Liz MacKean.
Timetable on Monday
The style experts concoct a spooky Halloween makeover for two characters who terrify tourists for a living. Presented by Caryn Franklin
Gaby Roslin with more live dramas from
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Simon Biagi travels to a North Sea oil rig to transform a dull common room...
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Quiz game with Fred Dinenage...
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Hannah's plan to impress Joel backfires, and Harold tackles Karl about the affair.
Repeated at 5.35pm Subtitled ........
Two thieves steal a supposedly priceless Jewish scroll.
Healthy recipes. Repeat .............
A visit to the Poppy Stop.
Canine cartoon capers.
This week a look at how saddles are made, and why, in some old films, women have lines down the backs of their legs. With Dave Chapman, Paul Hendy and Julie Westwood. SEND YOUR QUESTIONS TO: Dear Mr Barker , [address removed] or e-mail: [email address removed]
Cartoon zoological zaniness.
This week a young horse rider attempts to break the course record at Hickstead.
Presented by Linford Christie with reports from Kate Sanderson and Jez Edwards.
Children's magazine with pop group Steps performing live in the studio, plus the results of the Bike Right competition.
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With Martyn Lewis and Jill Dando.
Weather Michael Fish
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 another I ive report from Johnathan Maitland.
Series producer Siobhan Mulholland
Jamie Theakston introduces the hits from this week's top 40, featuring live performances from some of the current top bands, and the number one selling single of the week.
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Another chance to see an episode of the interior design challenge show, in which two sets of neighbours decorate a room in each other's homes with the help of a team of design experts, and a budget of Â£500. In this programme, two sisters from Penistone in Yorkshire, swap decorating duties to transform a dining room and a beamed bedroom. Hosted by Carol Smillie.
Ainsley Harriott, along with Samantha Norman, travels to Llandudno for a surprise Mad Hatters' Tea Party for the Mayor. With expert help from interior designer Anna Ryder Richardson, fashion designer Zandra Rhodes and the Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band.
With Michael Buerk
Weekend Weather Michael Fish
Continuing the crime drama series, starring Nigel Havers
Dr Paige is called out to the body of a man dressed as an angel, but his suspicions are aroused when it is claimed he accidentally fell out of a hot-air balloon.
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Written by Tom Needham
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Continuing the rerun series of the entertainment show starring Paul O'Grady as the outrageous Lily Savage. Tonight Lily reminisces during a stroll in the Blue Peter garden. Guests include actor and TV presenter Tim Vincent, presenter Peter Purves and singer Sonia
Another chance to see the fifth of a six-part drama series. Shown yesterday at 9.35pm
Ardal O'Hanlon returns with the first of 12 new shows featuring some of the best established and new stand-up comedy acts from Britain and abroad.
Tonight's show includes Irish comedian Ed Byrne , and the unpredictable Paul Thome. Director Gareth Carrivick
Producer Karen Rosie
Gothic horror set in the 18th century, starring John Turner, Heather Sears
A nobleman returns home with his new wife following their honeymoon to find that the village is alive with rumours about the death of his first wife.
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