With Anna Jones.
Timetable on Monday
With John Nicolson and Julie Etchingham. Timetable on Monday
Lively chat show. Subtitled ..........
Regional News and Weather
The spare room of a Worcestershire house is transformed into a nursery....
The culinary challenge show, today with Richard Cawley.
Regional News and Weather
The word game show......................
Quizwith Bob Monkhouse. .........
Weather Subtitled ...........................
Mike tries to impress Libby. Is romance blossoming between Hannah and Paul?
Repeated at 5.35pm Subtitled ........
Live action from the second round of the Masters at Wembley Conference Centre, introduced by Dougie Donnelly.
FIGHTING FAT, FIGHTING FIT
Two women try to avoid the stress of new motherhood with exercise and massage, while two farmers tackle their aches and pains with stretching exercises.
Atthe Roundabout Stop they sing about daisies. Repeat .
Barry discovers a new comet, but Paul is so jealous that he tries to steal his glory and star wars break out. Written by John Sayle
Entertainment set in a royal court, as children try to spot words hidden within comedy sketches. Starring Mark Speight as the king, with Natasha Collins and Philip Fox as the courtjesters See and Saw. Today the king does not feel like walking anywhere. With guest
Written by Jean Buchanan.
The sixth of a 13-part comedy series.
It is parents' evening at Georgina's school, and Wart and Emily have a nasty surprise up their sleeves.
(Repeated next Sunday on BBC2) (Subtitled)
A roundup of the films on offer during the half-term holiday, and how to make a special Valentine's Day present.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.55am on BBC2
With Anna Ford and Justin Webb.
Weather Isobel Lang subtitled.
Fordetails see Monday Subtitled ....
The second of three repeated episodes from the series going behind the scenes at Heathrow.
Three members of staff who are terrified of air travel, including an AirTraffic Control assistant, attend a Fear of Rying course. Producer Sarah Cable; Series producer
BridgetSneyd Repeat Subtitled ..
Carol Vorderman oversees the building of a house designed for the 21st century. In the last show of the series, the Russell family from Worcestershire test out the finished house by living in it for a week and then report back on what it's like to live in a home run by computers, while actor Adam Woodyatt tries out the latest vacuum cleaners.
Series producer Dale Templar ; Executive producerSaul Nasse Subtitled ....... FOR DETAILS: see Ceefax: page website: www.twplus.beeb.com
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Neighbours in East Dulwich get the chance to give a room in each other's houses a makeover this week as the Changing Rooms team travel to south London
Michael Jewitt transforms a six-year-old boy's bedroom using an amusing construction-site theme, while Linda Barkergives a master bedroom a makeover using silky fabrics and soft lilac shades.
Presented by Carol Smillie.
Directors Andrew Anderson , Clare Bradley Producer Caspar Peacock
The last programme in the series visits the London animal sanctuary at night, where staff have to feed and care for sick animals and respond to the emergency cases brought in at all hours. With Shauna Lowry. Series producer Steve Sklair ; Executive producer Bob Long BBC BOOK: Battersea Dogs' Home, price £9.99. available from retailers
Real-life tales of good fortune, with the live midweek National
Lottery Draw as the centrepiece. This week the tale of a long-lost Doctor Who episode that turned up at a film fair in New Zealand. Presented by Carol Smillie. Series producer Gaby Koppel
NOTE: previous winning numbers from lottery draws are available on Ceefax page 555 or by calling the Players' Lottery Helpline on
With Peter Sissons.
Regional News; Weather
Then National Lottery Update
Mind'sEye. Ayoungwomanwho has been blind since birth begins to have visions, seeing events through the eyes of a ruthless killer. Subtitled ..................
The documentary series takes a revealing look at modern relationships through the eyes of various couples in emotional turmoil.
See today's choices.
Producer James Kent ; Executive producer Olivia Lichtenstein
Ten years ago two reporters, one black and the otherwhite, went undercover in Bristol to find evidence of racial discrimination.
This new three-part series tries todiscoverwhetherthingsare better or worse for black and Asian people a decade later, as two new reporters spend five months undercover in Leeds using hidden cameras to record the prejudice and harassment existing in multi-cultural Britain. Director Geoff Small ; Series producer
Continued coverage of the world skiing championships.
Hazel Irvine presents highlights of the men's combined event. Digital widescreen Continues on Friday
Dan and Betty Broderick 's marriage hits trouble when she suspects him of adultery. Their deteriorating relationship leads to courtroom conflicts that leave
Betty isolated and embittered.
DirectorDick Lowry(1992, 15)
♦ See Films: pages 50-56 **
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