With Anna Jones. Timetable on Monday.
With John Nicolson and Liz MacKean.
Timetable on Monday
Studio debate. (Subtitled)
Interactive chat show with Vanessa Feltz.
Regional News and Weather
Revamping the sitting room of a Dutch lady living in High Wycombe
More cookery challenges. Subtitled.
Regional News and Weather
Word panel game...........................
Plans are afoot to take 600 dogs on a fundraising walk
Weather Subtitled ...........................
Libby prepares to meet Mike's daughter.
Accident. Mark is driving home when a woman runs out in front of him and is knocked down. Repeat
Topical weather stones. Subtitled ..
Peggy Patch and her friends visit Wookey Hole. Repeat
Cartoon capers with the loveable babies. Subtitled ..........
First of a 13-part drama series. The twins arrive at their new home, a spooky old farm, where they rescue their first furry friend. Helen
SOPHIE DUNIAM , Hannah POLLY DUNIAM , Mum JACQUETTA MAY , Dad MARTIN BALL , Sam BEN EVANS , Fred RAYMOND BOWERS
Dramatised by Jeremy Front from The Home Farm books by Jenny Oldfield
The consumer magazine programme for young people, presented by Tim Vincent. Today a report on children's hopes and fears forthe new millennium, plus a new comedy strand which tackles consumer law. Repeated tomorrow at 7.50am on BBC2
Under the witness protection scheme the Cassidy girls have to attend a new school. Emma
KATIE BLAKE , Nicola BECKY SIMPSON , Don PETER O'BRIEN , Lily ANNE LOOBY , WDC Arnott LUCY MARIA HOPKINS , Sam FosterVAUGHAN SIVELLE
, Graham Foster CHRISTOPHER SCOULAR
For cast see Tuesday, part 3 next Tuesday
Digital widescreen Subtitled .............
Followed by Rewind 1901: the Death of Queen Victoria. Antonia Corrigan retells the story of Gladys Kelsey 's childhood memories of the national mourning. Repeated tomorrow on BBC2
Shown at 1.40pm Subtitled ................
With Anna Ford and Jill Dando.
Weather David Braine
Featuring some highlights from past holiday reports, including the resorts with building sites attached, why 12-year-olds pay double, and the astronomical price of seeing the eclipse.
Producer Andrew Smith ; Editor Helen O'Rahilly Digitalwidescreen HOTLINE: phone on [number removed]070. Calls charged at national rate; e-mail: [address removed]
Simon tries to get back into circulation and Frank receives some unwelcome publicity.
For cast see Tuesday Omnibus edition on Sunday
The series following the lives of a group of young vets returns for a ten-part, twice-weekly run.
Breaking and Entering. Trude Mostue faces a crisis when a disturbance causes herto make a potentially-fatal error in the operating theatre. In King's Lynn Craig Beck battles to save the life of a farm cat, while his wife
Alison tries to solve the mystery illness of a West Highland terrier. See today's choices. Director Harvey Lilley ; Series producer
Rachel Bell The series continues tomorrow at 8pm
First in a six-part documentary series, which follows personal dieting stories, narrated by Arabella Weir.
A Lot to Lose. Tracey, Sean and Terri all want to lose weight, but it's not that easy. Tracey faces temptation every day working in the fast-food trade; Sean has never been on a diet before; and Terri is on a food-replacement scheme. See today's choices. Series producer Christine Hall
Executive producer Olivia Lichtenstein
The season continues tonight on BBC2 with Fat Files at9.30pm # New You: page 26
With Michael Buerk.
Regional News; Weather
Historical drama directed by and starring
Mel Gibson Scotland at the end of the 13th century: the young William Wallace sees his father and brother killed by the English.
Later, when his sworn enemies execute his wife, Wallace leads the clans in the fight for Scottish independence.
(1995,15) Subtitled ......... Mel Gibson stars in Bird on a Wire tomorrow night at 10.25pm
♦ See Rims: pages 42-48
♦ Film ofthe Week: page 37
Longshanks- King Edward I:
Robert the Bruce:
American basketball star
Hakeem Olajuwon, a devout
Muslim, talks about how he also earns millions of dollars each year playing forthe Houston Rockets. He explains how he finds his career and religion blend together to create some surprising results. Producer David Mansfield
Repeated tomorrow at 5.40am
Spaghetti western starring Franco Nero
Tony Musante , Jack Palance
Sergei Cowalski , a hired gun, is recruited bya mine ownerto transport si Iver across the borderduringthe Mexican
Revolution. Arriving at the mine to find the workers have taken control, Sergei must change his allegiance-fora price.
Director Sergio Corbucci (1968)
♦ See Rims: pages 42-48 ***
Followed by Weather