With Anna Jones.
Timetable on Tuesday
With Jon Sopel and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Tuesday
Weekday studio debate. Subtitled . AUDIENCE: for details on how to join ring 0990
Caryn Franklin presents a makeoverfor two butlers. Repeat
Chat. with Vanessa Feltz.
Today's design roadshow comes from the Bedford Corn Exchange
The culinary challenge show, today with LesleyWaters. Subtitled .............
Bob Monkhouse 's elimination quiz.
Weather Subtitled ...........................
Tad and Paul come to blows, Toadie says bon voyage to Karen, but can Lance help Phil without being stung himself?
Repeated at5.35pm Subtitled ........
Confessions: from a Lady of the Night The Chief is the victim of newspaper allegations which bring to light a mystery disappearance. Repeat
Animated adventures with Baz, a young girl who befriends three ponies. Voices of Josie Lawrence and Andrew Sachs.
Comedy adventures starring LesBubb. Repeat
Detective drama with the 12-year-old great-great-grandneice of the famous sleuth. This week Shirley helps a boy accused of arson. Repeat
Another chance to see the six-part science-fiction drama. The army accidentally triggers the cloning of the Demon Headmaster.
Screenplay by Helen Cresswell, from The Demon Headmaster Takes Over by Gillian Cross
Prof Tim Dexter:
Prof Claudia Rowe:
Today's show features a Doctor Who competition and some of the new young fans of the cult TV series. Repeated tomorrow at 8.40am on BBC2
Shownatl.40pm Subtitled ................
With Anna Ford and Justin Webb. Weather John Kettley
FordetailsseeTuesday Subtitled ...
Craig Doyle goes to the Thai island of Phuket, Fenella George stays in Marbella, the golfers' paradise on Spain's Costa del Sol, Michael McNally visits Port El Kantaoui and the island of Kerkennah in Tunisia, and Dougie Vipond goes self-catering in a log cabin near Ullswater in the Lake District.
Producer Jacqui Stephenson
Series producer Fenia Vardanis
Digital widescreen Subtitled 1
Projects which have gone by the wayside and do-it-yourself disasters come under the spotlight, as Lowri Turner and Nick Knowles uncover and try to rectify some tales of domestic horror. Included are a family who can't access their new house extension because there is no door, and a woman who hasn't showered for 11 years because her husband doesn't want the tiling dislodged.
See today's choices.
The Tomorrow's World team presents the first programme of an occasional series which will chart the progress of children born at the start of the next century. Peter Snow and Philippa Forrester are joined by regular presenter Craig Doyle and fertility expert Professor Robert Winston, to look at genetics, the role of the family and howthese children's lives will be shaped by science.
Producer Daniel Barry
Editor Saul Nasse
Angela Griffin presents the live midweek National Lottery Draw featuring more local community stories and anothertop band from the seventies or eighties. Director Tony Gregory ; Producer
KieronCollins Subtitled .........
NOTE: previous winning numbers from lottery draws are available on Ceefax page 555 or by calling
With Michael Buerk.
Regional News; Weather
Then National Lottery Update
Continuing tonight's baby theme with an extended episode.
Three Men, a Woman, and a Baby Rodney and Albert are concerned about the birth of "son of Del".
Written by John Sullivan ; Director
Tony Dow ; Producer Gareth Gwenlan
Repeat Subtitled ..................
With scientists increasingly talking about the future of human cloning, and the technology to create genetically designed children constantly developing, tonight's programme examines how in the next millennium it may be possible to specifically produce beautiful and talented children and avoid obesity or addiction. Buthow would this affect society and the species, and can scientists predict where it all might end? See today's choices. Producer Danielle Peck
Executive producer Bettina Lerner
* See PollyToynbee: page 12
The review show casts a critical eye over Samuel L Jackson 's newfilm The Red Violin, looks at the contenders forthis year's
Bafta film awards, and features comedian Eddie Izzard talking about his new film The Criminals.
Director David Council ; Producer
AllanCampbell Subtitled ........
Matt Damon , Chris O'Donnell
Working-class student David Greene finds acceptance in a New England school in the fifties, but his situation would be jeopardised if his privileged new friends discovered he was Jewish. David Greene
BRENDAN FRASER , Charlie Dillon MATT DAMON , Chris Reece CHRIS O'DONNELL
, Rip Van Kelt RANDALL BATINKOF Director Robert Mandel (1992, PG)
* See Films: pages 64-71 ***
Followed by Weather
Israeli author AB Yehoshua is the Hardtalk guest at 3.30am.