With Tanya Beckett.
Timetable on Monday
With John Nicolson and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday
Studio debate. Subtitled .............
Two sisters-in-law get makeoverfora family reunion. With Caryn Franklin.
Another live report from Southampton general hospital.
Regional News and Weather
Today some quick and tasty recipes for autumn vegetables.....................
Culinary challenge, with Tony Tobin.
Regional News and Weather
Weekday elimination quiz show.
Antiques game show. With host Michael Parkinson and team captains
Penelope Keith and Sheridan Morley
1.30 Regional News; Weather
The mystery of Ruth's house is revealed. Hannah fails to hit it off with Denny, the new girl at school.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Live UK championship coverage from
Bournemouth International Centre as the first two best-of-17-frames quarter-finals get underway. With David Vine....
The Roundabout Stop.
Rosie is in a bubbly mood. Repeat.
Animated fruit-fuelled frivolity. Repeat
Paul and Barry go backstage at a haunted theatre. With Brian and Jimmy Patton.
Written by Rory Clark and Robert Taylor
Children and adults compete in the game show with Dave Benson Phillips.
The second of the six-part comedy series about Harmony, the girl with a magic 50p coin.
Harmony saves Dino and introduces her to the family, then sets up a garden centre with Gregory.
Written by Steve Attridge Repeated next Sunday on BBC2
Children's magazine, with Stuart Miles, Katy Hill and Konnie Huq.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.55am on BBC2
Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Weather John Kettley
The sporting quiz, with team captains Ally McCoist and John Parrott , and Sue Barker putting the questions. This week's guests are controversial boxer Chris Eubank , athlete Roger Black - who won Olympic and world silver medals in the metres before retiring earlier this year- Aston Villa's
Australian goalkeeper Mark Bosnich and snooker player
Stephen Hendry , winner of six world titles since 1990.
Producer Kieron Collins Subtitled.
This week how the millennium bugwill affect us all. Already credit cards are failing and airlines are cancelling new year flights. So what is exactly being done to prevent disaster?
Philippa Forrester, in the first of two reports, finds out how hospitals plan to cope with the problem? Plus a look at the German house so clever it not only responds to the owner's voice but can also think and act for itself. Presented by Peter Snow , with Jez Nelson , Craig Doyle and Anya Sitaram.
Producer Daniel Barry ; Editor Saul Nasse
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David Attenborough continues his series exploring the evolution and behaviour of birds.
Signals and Songs. How birds use colour and song to deter predators, intimidate rivals and impress potential mates. See today's choices.
Producer Peter Bassett : Executive producer Mike Salisbury Repeated next
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Real-life tales of extraordinary good fortune, with the live midweek National Lottery draw as the centrepiece. This week the marine archaeologists who found something unexpected in a wreckage. With Carol Smillie. Series producer Gaby Koppel
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With Peter Sissons.
Regional News; Weather
Then National Lottery Update
October saw the highest rainfall for more than ten years in England and Wales. For this 999 special, cameras were on hand to record the effects of the deluge on ordinary people and the emergency services.
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It seemed that every night in October, the news featured more and more footage of worse and worse flooding. Certainly October brought the highest rainfall some areas have had for years and resulted in rivers flowing at up to ten times their normal levels and serious flooding to England and Wales.
This 999 special captures some of the human dramas that the news cameras might have missed, recording the effects on ordinary people whose lives were suddenly turned upside down by the dramatic weather and the emergency services who came to their rescue. There's also a second chance to see other amazing stories of people caught out by the weather.
A series following a group of young Brits working in the French ski resort of Val-d'lsere.
A Tale of Three Turkeys. There's crisis at Christmas as the chalet boys and girls find themselves unprepared forthe first guests. Director Christopher Hutchins
Does the high society satirised in Vanity Fair in the 1840s still exist today? As the BBC1 adaptation of the classic novel continues on Sunday nights, Omnibus looks at parallels between then and now. Publicist Max Clifford explains how he would launch heroine Becky Sharp on the contemporary London scene, while writers John Mortimer, Nigella Lawson and Peter York look at the life of Vanity Fair author William Makepeace Thackeray, a self-confessed snob.
Sean Connery Pennsylvania in the 1870s: the Molly Maguires , a secret union led by Jack Kehoe , fight a violent battle against exploitation in the mining industry. Widescreen.
Director Martin Ritt (1970, PG)
+ See Films: pages 74-83 **
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