With Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Tuesday ..................................
With Noel Thompson and Emma Howard.
Timetable on Tuesday Subtitled .....
Heated studio-based discussion.
AUDIENCE: for details ring 0990
Concluding a week of half-term cookery challenges for children, with TV chef
Weekday chat show. Subtitled .......
Regional News and Weather
Continuing the new gardening magazine programme which offers solutions to horticultural dilemmas
Another makeover challenge.....
Regional News and Weather
Antiques panel game, hosted by Michael Parkinson , with team captains Kit
Hesketh-Harvey and Penny Smith, and regular expert Eric Knowles
Another round of the shopping and consumer game show
Topical weather stories.
Mike is planning a romantic day out for Libby. But will it all end in tears again?
Meanwhile, Bill and Anne are discussing their future. However, if they want to set up home together, they will have to get over a sudden legal problem.
Repeated at 5.35pm Subtitled ..........
Faded Image. Badly beaten, Fran is hospitalised, unable to recall to her colleagues why she was attacked.
Continued live coverage from the French Open of today's men's singles semi-finals. Presented by Sue Barker , with studio guest Pat Cash..........
Cartoon adventures with the three hairy bears.
Dave Benson Phillips presents a celebrity edition of the game show in which children compete in madcap games to send adult opponents to the gunk pool. Today's special guests are "Airport"'s Jeremy Spake and weatherman Richard Edgar.
Cartoon fantasy fun based on the hit film.
Repeated next Monday on BBC2
Shown at 1.40pm Subtitled .....................
With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary and a preview of the weekend sport with Helen Rollason.
For details see Tuesday
Followed by Weather Peter Cockroft Subtitled
Last in the series that tackles some of Britain's biggest companies on the consumers' behalf. Featuring Matt llwright's live reports from the locations that matter. Weekend Watchdog returns in September.
Series producer Charles Bunce Editor Helen O'Rahilly
Digital widescreen Subtitled ........... WATCHDOG HELPLINE: [number removed]
E-MAIL: [address removed]
Jamie Theakston introduces the hits from this week's top 40, featuring live performances, videos, a countdown of the top 20 and the bestselling single. Director David G Croft Producer Chris Cowey
Repeated on Saturday Subtitled ..... WEBSITE: www.totp.beeb.com
TOP OFTHE POPS THE MAGAZINE: available from newsagents
The Mitchell brothers plan world domination in the most unlikely of places.
Written by Lilie Ferrari For cast see
Monday Omnibus edition on Sunday
Nick Ross presents the first in a six-part series examining people's bad driving habits and how they can be improved. With the help of miniature cameras, the programme provides a behind-the-steering-wheel view of what everyday drivers get up to in their cars and where they are going wrong, and stuntmen illustrate the worst scenarios with reconstructions.
See today's choices.
Director/Producer Sue Kennett
With Peter Sissons.
Beginning a six-part series of the detective drama series starring
Can't See for Looking. Maisie is furious when Mallory's inexperience causes a drug surveillance to go wrong, thereby endangering the life of Kyprianou's informant Trudi. Meanwhile, the team is preoccupied by the plight of a young deaf and mute woman who claims she has been kidnapped. See today's choices.
Written by Stephen Bill : Producer Ian Scaife ; Director Bob Mahoney
Digital widescreen * Long may she Raine: page 7
Dl Maisie Raine:
CS Jack Freeman:
DC George Kyprianou:
DC Helen Tomlin:
DS Mickey Farrel:
Tl Chris Mallory:
Another chance to see this profile of comedian Billy Connolly , first shown last October, celebrating a career that has taken him from
Glasgow folk clubs to sell-out concerts around the world.
Featuring a lenghty interview with Connolly himself, clips from his stand-up shows - including his celebrated vision of Jesus's arrival in Glasgow - and appearances on Parkinson. With contributions from Connolly's wife
Pamela Stephenson , Sean Connery and Dustin Hoffman , among others. Producer Andy Bates
Executive producer Kim Turberville
As 100,000 spectators gather for a championship football game in Los Angeles, a sniper positions himself at the top of a tower, from where he can pick on anyone in the crowd.
Director Larry Peerce (1976)
Digital widescreen * See Films: pp 54-59 **
Captain Peter Holly:
Sergeant Chris Button:
Sue Barker presents highlights of today's men's singles semi-finals in the French Open, from the Roland Garros stadium in Paris
Followed by Weather