With Tanya Beckett.
Timetable on Tuesday
With John Nicolson and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Tuesday
The studio debate show. subtitled.
Another culinary challenge with celebrity
TV chef Brian Turner.
Interactive chat show. Subtitled...
Regional News and Weather
Another live report from Southampton general hospital.
Regional News and Weather
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Will Lou lose his licence?
Repeated at 5.35pm
Close to the Heart. Awomanwho collapses at the wheel and then collides with the chief's van, claims to be unaware that she has been shot
Celebrity homes game, with David Frost and Loyd Grossman.
Peggy Patch and friends visit a sheep farm. Repeat............
Animated talesfrom Chucklewood Park. Subtitied.8323490
Julia persuades Granny Jekyll to enter a talent contest at school. Julia Jekyll
OLIVIA HALLINAN , .Granny Jekyll
LILA KAYE , Moira Jekyll VICTORIA WILLIAMS . Jerry Jekyll IAN KEITH , Memphis Rocket SIMON GREEN , Mrs Rocket ANN EMERY , Harriet Hyde JOHN ASQUITH , Lester Blister DALE RAPLEY
This week's episodes written by Jim Eldridge
Horror drama series, based on books by RL Stine.
The Ghost Next Door- part 2. As the mysterious phantom closes in, Hannah doesn 't know if the ghost is Danny or herself.
Fifth in a new 13-part comedy drama.
The band hear that a talent scout from a famous record company has just checked in to the hotel.
Followed by Rewind 1935: Hitler Youth
Benjamin Badgery tells the story of Henry Metelmann, who was a member of the Hitler Youth when he was aged 13.
(Repeated tomorrow morning on BBC2)
Anna Ford and Justin Webb.
Weather David Braine
For details see Tuesday Subtitled ..
The consumer programme examines the perils of renting out your home and the state it can be left in when you move back. Jeff Campbell reports from the USA on speed cleaning, and the Body Shop's Anita Roddick shows how you can set up in business from your own kitchen sink. Presented by Adrian Chiles. Series producer Sarah-Jane Cohen Editor Owen Gay
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Claudia persuades Steve to go to Scotland with her to help identify an amnesic woman in a remote psychiatric unit whom she believes may be her sister. For cast see Monday Omnibus edition on Sunday Subtitled ........................ Michael McFarlane
This week chief vet Tessa Bailey has to operate on a cat who has bitten off more than she can chew, and Inspector Mark Buggie is called out to investigate a fishy problem. Presented by Rolf Harris, with Shauna Lowry and Rhodri Williams.
Concluding the series which investigates the extraordinary feats and strange powers found in the animal kingdom.
Close Encounters. Tonight's film explores some human close encounters with the unseen powers of animals. One man manages to stroke sharks, while another, who claims to understand the secret language of bees, happily covers himself in a swarm of 100,000 of them and lives to tell the tale.
See today's choices. Producer Susan McMillan
Series producer John Downer
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With Peter Sissons.
Regional News; Weather
Why has Deborah agreed to spend the night with Tony? Why has Gary painted Dorothy's record green?
The comedy sports quiz hosted by Nick Hancock , with regulars David Gower , Gary Lineker and Rory McGrath. This week's special guests are England rugby captain
Lawrence Dallaglio , and Goodness Gracious Me's Sanjeev Bhaskar . Director Ian Lorimer ; Producers lain Morris and Harry Thompson Repeated next Tuesday
The Black Country comedian Frank Skinner continues his series of stand-up, offering more unique insights into life, with the help of celebrity guests, sketches, and songs.
Director Peter Orton ; Series producer
John McHugh Repeated next Saturday
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Today's elections across the UK will change the face of British politics. From Glasgow, Kirsty Wark introduces the BBC's marathon coverage of the results and Peter Snow will add his own amazing graphics and inimitable style as the tension mounts. In Scotland, voters have been electing the men and women who will sit in the first
Scottish Parliament for nearly 300 years. In Wales, the poll was forthe new Welsh
Assembly. From Cardiff, Glyn Mathias sets the scene for tomorrow's declarations. But what will the new Assembly mean for Wales and will any party win enough seats to form a majority in Scotland's Parliament?
Across England, voters gave their verdicts in the local elections -the biggest test for the Labour Government since the general election.
Huw Edwards presents live coverage as those results come in. But can the Conservatives do enough in England's councils to claim that they have set out on the road back to power?
From studios and outside broadcasts across the country, the BBC's top presenters will provide up-to-the-minute information in a famous night in political history.
Editors Atholl Duncan and Alexandra Henderson