With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Monday.............................
With Sophie Raworth and Andrew Harvey. Timetable on Monday
Studiodebate. Subtitled .............
Today the makeover series transforms a married couple who renew their wedding vows on the show.......................
Updates on hospital staff and patients in Southampton.
Regional News and Weather
Simon Biagi and the team convert a Bristol spare room into a science room.
Regional News and Weather
Another edition of the quiz game.
Antiques game show..................
Weather Subtitled ...........................
Susan tries to come to terms with her feelings. Lou advertises for a nanny.
Sarah is driven to desperate measures.
Repeatedat5.35pm Subtitled ........
When a driver picks up a hitchhiker he gets entangled in a fight for survival.
Elimination game show. Repeat. Followed by Consuming Passions Howto prepare lemon chicken. Repeat
The Patch Stop. Peggy,
Poppy and Mark explore Stirling Castle.
Cartoon capers with the loveable babies. Repeat Subtitled.
Mr Wymi teaches a mischievous imp a lesson.
Mr Wymi IAN ANGUS WILKIE , Billy JAMES YOUNG. Matron JULIE T WALLACE. Henry REGINALD MARSH , Maude SHEILA LATIMER , Julie DAWN REID , Leprechaun MATTHEW COSTELLO
Written by Malcolm Lane
More picture-making ideas with Josie d' Arby, Mark Speight and Jay Burridge, including making a stand for hot drinks and art at the circus.
(Rptd tomorrow 7.55am BBC2)
The Grove is buzzing about some temporary residents on the football pitch. Teraise is worried about Regina. Nat and Karen come to blows.
This week's episodes written by Michael Ennis
With Anna Ford and Jill Dando. Weather David Lee
For details see Monday Subtitled ....
Featuring the latest consumer news and investigative reports on everything from car dealers to tour operators. With Alice Beer.
Hotline: phone on [number removed]. Calls charged at national rate; e-mail: [email address removed]
Weekend Watchdog with Anne Robinson continues tomorrow at 7pm
Bonfire night holds several surprises as George puts a proposition to Rosa, an old friend returns to the Square, and the police search for Ian.
For cast see Tuesday Omnibus edition on Sunday Subtitled ........................
Continuing the series that fol lows the staff and patients at the RSPCA's Harmsworth Hospital in north London.
Tonight Tabby, the kitten with a severely deformed breastbone, is brought back to the practice in a critical condition and vet Jeremy Stewart decides he must operate again if he's to save his life. Meanwhile, Rhodri Williams is so touched by the plight of an abandoned cat that he cannot resist taking her home himself. Presented by Rolf Harris, with reports from Shauna Lowry.
Producer Alex Seaborne ; Series producer Tina Fletcher
Continuingthe documentary series which follows a group of youngzoo keepers at Paignton Zoo in Devon. The zoo has a new attraction when a work experience student locks himself in to an old monkey cage for a week to raise money for a triptothe rainforest. Meanwhile, thejob of working with gorillas has become available and Duchess and Gay are bored in the new elephant house, but the keepers have thought of a way to cheerthem up. Narrated by Richard Wilson.
Producer Kate Butler ; Series producer
Steve Greenwood Subtitled 24 76
With Peter Sissons.
Regional News; Weather
Concludingthe drama series about forbidden love set in a police station, starring
Daniela Nardini , Lennie James Are Tom 's worst fears aboutthe murdergoingto be confirmed and will he and Lois staytogether? See today's choices.
Written by Peter Bowker ; Producer Jane Fallon ; Director Richard Signy Repeated tomorrow at 10.50pm
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.
Producer Ruth Wallace ; Series producers Dan Patterson and Anne MarieThorogood Repeated next Saturday............
David Dimbleby presents the series which invites the public to put politicians on the spot. Tonight's programme is from west London, where the panel includes Secretary of State for Health Frank Dobson , Shadow Secretary of State for Education and Employment David Willetts , and Baroness Shirley Williams
Liberal Democrat representative in the House of Lords.
Executive producer George Carey ; Series editor Charlie Courtauld WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/questiontime
Comedy drama starring Walter Matthau
Joseph P Kotcher is not the baby-sitter that Wilma would choose. In fact her father-in-law, a 72-year-old widower with maddening and eccentric ways, is altogether a bad influence on her baby. "Kotch" feels he is no longer needed but indignantly resists Wilma's attempts to settle him in an old folk's home.
A friendship with Erica, a teenager, is all it takes to put the zest for living back into his life.
See Films: pages 58-65 ****
Followed by Weather
Joseph P Kotcher:
BBC1 joins the news station.