With Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday
With John Nicolson and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday
Studio debate. Subtitled .............
Interactive chat show. Subtitled...
Regional News and Weather
Simon Biagi revisits a dining room in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, and a nursery in Bicester, Oxfordshire.
Regional News and Weather
Some of the home's volunteer dog walkers talk about how they help to keep the animals fit. ..............................
Weather Subtitled ...........................
An unwanted guest arrives at Karl and Susan's anniversary party.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Murder Impromptu. A blackmailer is murdered duringan improvisational stage show. Repeat..............................
Antiques panel game.................
Topical weather stories. Subtitled.
Peggy Patch and her friends visit a town and watch a fireman.
Animated misadventures with the cartoon sailor.
Cartoon capers with the loveable babies. Repeat Subtitled.
Third of a 13-part drama series. The twins meet a beautiful white pony called Solo. Hannah
POLLY DUNIAM Helen, SOPHIE DUNIAM Dad, MARTIN BALL Mum , JACQUETTA MAY , Sam BEN EVANS , Mr Saunders TODD BOYCE Laura Saunders, SARAH COOMBES
Dramatised by Elly Brewer from The Home Farm books by Jenny Oldfield
The consumer magazine programmeforyoung people, in which children go price-busting up and down the high street forthe best and worst deals. Presented by Tim Vincent. Repeated tomorrow at 7.55am on BBC2
Don is in prison, but refuses to give evidence until his daughters are found. Last in the series. For cast see Tuesday
Digital widescreen Subtitled .............
Followed by Rewind 1905: Child Labour Yasmin Hickson tells how Maria Domenica
Rolfo had to work in the Italian village of Racconigi when she was eight years old. Repeated tomorrow on BBC2
With Anna Ford and Justin Webb.
Weather John Kettley
Fordetails see Monday Subtitled ....
Featuring the latest consumer news and investigative reports on everything from car dealers to touroperators. With Alice Beer.
Series producer Lisa Ausden Editor Helen O'Rahilly
Digital widescreen Subtitled 64 70
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As the intimacy grows between Michael and Lisa, Beppe makes a decision that will change his life forever.
For cast see Tuesday Omnibus edition on Sunday Subtitled
The twice-weekly series following the Vets' School graduates. Keith Leonard is called out to perform a blood transfusion on a cow, and Trude Mostue takes care of Bonnie, a dog with a skin irritation. Meanwhile, Fiona Green attends to Clyde, a cat who was hit by a bus.
Director Jonathan Young ; Series producer Rachel Bell The series continues tomorrowat8pm
Documentary series, narrated by Arabella Weir , which follows five people's dieting stories.
Change. Losingweighthas made Terri question every aspect of her life as she considers the effects her new image will have on her plans.
Tracey has lost two stones so far and taken up exercise to help her lose weight. Sean struggles with his first ever diet, while his fiancee bears the brunt of his changing moods.
See today's choices.
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♦ Shape Up: page 30
With Michael Buerk.
Drama, based on Thomas Hardy's novel, starring Christopher Eccleston, Kate Winslet
A rural stonemason in 19th-century England dreams of attending university, but his ambitions are thwarted by an ill-timed affair and his obsession with his beautiful cousin.
Director Michael Winterbottom (1996, 18)
Colour and black and white
Digital widescreen Subtitled 1624 7
See Films: pages 48-52 ****
Film of the Week: page 43
Based on a novel by:
Jude as a boy:
David Dimbleby presents the series which places politicians and public figures on the spot as they answer questions put to them by the studio audience. Tonight's programme is from Leeds where the panel includes Conservative MP Teresa Gorman and editor of Red Pepper Hilary Wainwright.
Executive producer George Carey ; Series editor Charlie Courtauld
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Mystery thriller starring
Steve Catlin 's reputation as a lady-killer makes him the prime suspect when his new bride dies mysteriously, or so one of his formerwives, Edie, believes.
With nothing more than a hunch to go on, and the hel p of a detective from out-of-town, she struggles to find proof against the sweet-talking Steve before another death is discovered.
Director Larry Peerce (1993, PG)
* See Films: pages 48-52 **
Followed by Weather