With Tanya Beckett.
Timetable on Monday
With John Nicolson and Julie Etchingham. Timetable on Monday Subtitled .................
Kenan finds himself not invited to a party that everyone is talking about. Repeat Subtitled ..........
More art and picture-making ideas, including a look at pottery designs. Repeat Subtitled ...............
Animated globe-trotting adventures. Repeat
Carousel. TheTubbies watch some children spinning on a carousel. Repeat Subtitled ..............
Butt experiences a dramatic day on the water.
For contact details see Wednesday........
Never on Sunday. A ruthless and vengeful magician arrives in Metropolis with a list of targets that includes
Clark Kent. Repeat Subtitled ......................
Regional News and Weather
Inspirations for hot-coals cookery with Ainsley Harriott. Today he visits an open-air festival on the Greek island of Alonissos. Repeat Subtitled.....
A Safari Summer
Pelicans arrive from Tanzania to assist the breeding programme. Repeat ....
Weather Subtitled .....................................
Bill gets increasingly annoyed with Karl. Toadie's poetry competition ignites rivalry between Lou and Harold.
Repeated at 5.35pm Subtitled ...........
Ironside predicts trouble when a local patriot forms a vigilante group. (Repeat)
Culinary challenges for young cooks, with chef Ainsley Harriott.
Animated tales of the bear cub and friends
Cartoon stories about an eight-year-old aardvark..................
The Chuckle brothers get the measure of a local tailor.
Repeat Subtitled ....................................
The vicar objects to the choir taking part in a TV programme. Mickey
THOMAS MAHER , Sheri LOUISE SULLIVAN , Tony JOHN LABANOWSKI , Rev Worthington NICK MALONEY , Lenny JOE MURPHY , Midge REBECCA CLARKE , Natalie TONATHA DAVIS
This week's episodes written by Gail Renard and John Sayle Repeat
News and information about tomorrow's solar eclipse and advice on viewing the event safely.
Presented by Katy Hill, Konnie Huq and Simon Thomas.
Repeated tomorrow at 9.15am
Followed by Rewind 1962: Algerian
Independence. Sarvi Menharji retells a 12-year-old's account of the end of French rule in Algeria.
Repeated tomorrow morning on BBC2
Shown at 1.40pm Subtitled ......................
With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary.
For details see Monday
Followed by Weather Isobel Lang Subtitled
Jeremy Spake goes on safari in Kenya's Masai Mara ,
Sarah Greene explores Puerto Soller in Majorca, and Sankha Guha finds tranquility in Italy's Umbria. Plus a guide to the solar eclipse. With Carol Smillie. Series producer Karen Brown Editor Jannine Waddell
Digital widescreen Subtitled ..........
Can Ian hide his true feelings, and will anyone see the moon eclipse the sun?
Beppe di Marco:
Gianni di Marco:
Rosa di Marco:
Teresa di Marco:
First Contact. Michael Buerk presents a live programme from Penzance in Cornwall to start the countdown to tomorrow's solar eclipse. Dr Mark Porter advises on safe solar viewing, Jamie Theakston examines eclipse mysteries, and Patrick Moore gives guidance on what to look out for. Plus Philippa Forrester looks at the effect on animals and plants, and Helen Young gives a weather update for the big day. Live coverage begins tomorrow morning at 9.45am.
Twice-weekly series following the careers of young vets three years after qualification.
In at the Deep End. Fiona's new life in the Bahamas begins with a close encounter with a group of sharks. The second visit is on Thursday at 8pm. Director Stuart Napier
Series producer Rachel Bell
Digital widescreen Subtitled ..........
With George Alagiah.
Regional News; Weather
Isobel Lang Subtitled.....
Continuing the documentary series following the process by which a selection of young men and women are trained to be soldiers in the British army.
Backsquadding. In week three, the recruits face their first test, a one-and-a-half mile run, which each of them must pass or face "backsquadding" - being thrown out of the platoon.
Nick Ross presents five examples of how important evidence from
Crimewatch UK viewers has helped the police to solve serious and violent crimes.
See today's choices. Producer Katie Thomson
Executive producer Seetha Kumar
Digital widescreen CEEFAX: page
Two episodes from the series on the history of the solar system, showing to mark tomorrow's solar eclipse.
10.55 Star. The story of man's quest to understand the body at the centre of the solar system - the Sun - from the etchings made by Galileo to the very latest solar probes.
11.45 Moon. The mystery of the origins of the moon baffled scientists even after 20 years of lunar exploration. Then an astronomer from Arizona came up with a solution to the riddle. Executive producer John Lynch Series producer David McNab
Digital widescreen Repeat
Codes for 10.55-11.45 ................
First of this week's two double bills of the hospital drama.
12.35 The Son Also Rises. Shutt is introduced to his real father.
L20 Second Chances. Kronk sees the depths to which McNeil has sunk. The series continues tomorrow at 12.05am.
Codes for 12.35-1.20..............
Followed by Weather
Dr Kate Austin:
Dr Aaron Shutt:
Dr Phillip Watters:
Dr Jack McNeil:
Dr Billy Kronk:
Dr Daniel Nyland: