More pre-school fun in today's special edition.
Shown yesterday at 10.45pm
David Frost interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers with his guests. Including at 9.00 News; plus weather. Executive editor Andrew Thompson
Editor Barney Jones Subtitled ....................
Television presenter and Radio 2 DJ Terry Wogan talks to Esther McVey about his passions in life and how he coped with the death of his daughter.
Kevin Woodford and Catrina Skeppertake a topical look at the mind, body and spirit. Executive producer Chris Loughlin ............... COMMENT LINE: [number removed] (maximum cost lOp)
OutofTown. Gary plans to go on holiday with Phoebe while Yvonne is away in Korea, but then he receives a visitor. Gary NICHOLAS LYNDHURST. Yvonne EMMA
AMOS, Phoebe ELIZABETH CARLING. Ron VICTOR
MCGUiRE. Reg CHRISTOPHER ETTRIDGE, George ROGER SLOMAN
Written by Sam Lawrence Repeat Subtitfed.
Rural issues, with John Craven. Plus weather for the week ahead at 11.55am. E-MAIL: [address removed]
Hit and Run at Danny's. Following an accident involving a footballer, Quincy uncovers a complicated case involving federal agents and the Mob.
Repeat Subtitled ....................................
Followed by Tom and Jeny
The first of today's two omnibus editions. Digital widescreen
Comedy starring John Goodman
Peter O'Toole , John Hurt
When the cream of the British monarchy is tragically wiped out, the dregs of the royal line produce an unexpected new heir to the throne: Las Vegas lounge singer Ralph Jones.
Director David S Ward (1991, PG)
Subtitled. + See Films: pp 54-61 **
Today's second omnibus edition.
Digital widescreen Subtitled ................
Pam Rhodes is in the Peak District . National Park taking part in Glossop's Victorian weekend, where the entertainment, music and industry of the past are recreated each summer. Music comes from Tintwistle Band, Glossop Old Band and the Amici Singers, and includes Holy City (Jerusalem); Come Let Us Join Our Cheerful Song; At the Name of Jesus; and To God Be the Glory.
Digital widescreen Subtitled ..................... THE NATION'S FAVOURITE HYMNS: suggestions can be sent to: Favourite Hymns, Songs of Praise. BBC TV, Manchester. M60 1SJ, or e-mail: [address removed]
Rolf Harris presents a second series of the show celebrating the bond between humans and animals.
Tonight a visit to Monkey World in Dorset and an award for a young rescue dog who saved a woman's life. Plus actress
Annette Crosbie talks about her work with rescued greyhounds and Rosemarie Ford visits a penguin sanctuary.
See today's choices.
Executive producer Philip Dolling ; Series producer Dale Templar CEEFAX: series information on page * Wallace and Gromit's Pick of the Week: page 34
The late Jill Dando presents the series in which experts from the Antiques Roadshow search for treasures in people's homes. This programme sees Jill in north Wales discovering Pink Panther memorabilia and a castle full of antiques. Plus, homes in Porthmadog, Gwynedd are scoured for unusual items.
With Richard Allen , Hilary Kay , Paul Atterbury and Lars Tharp. Directors Siobhan Bullick. Keith Sheather Series producer Anne Clements
Jean wonders whether she should hand over her agency to Judith and Sandy.
Written by Bob Larbey ; Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby Repeat Subtitled ....
EastEnders tough guy Ross Kemp confronts the wilderness of Alaska following a three-day crash course in survival. Having learnt how to hunt and fish for food and shoot potential attackers, Kemp is left to fend for himself for ten days. See today's choices. (Digital widescreen)
With Nicholas Witchell.
Weather Peter Cockroft
Second of a six-part drama set in Eccles in the mid-sixties. Starring
Gillian Keamey , Emma Cooke
When Ellie and Dallas are left on their own the attraction between them is undeniable. WillEllie be able to control her feelings? Contains strong language. See today's choices.
Written by Debbie Horsfield ; Producer Liz Trubridge ; Director John Woods Repeated on Tuesday at 11.05pm
Digital widescreen BBC MUSIC: the soundtrack is available on CD from 20 September from retailers * The times they are a-changin': page 24
A Christmas special from 1996. Geraldine learns that there is a heavy price to be paid for kindness.
Written by Paul Mayhew Archer and Richard Curtis : Director Gareth Carrivick Producers Jon Plowman and Sue Vertue
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Paul Merton 's guest is Julian Clary whose bugbears include boats and the left-hand side of his face. John Sergeant is his guest on Thursday at 11pm.
Director Phil Chilvers ; Producer Toby Stevens Shown last Friday on BBC2
Highlights of today's free Radio 1 concert as 10,000 listeners are expected to cram into the huge tent. Featuring Supergrass, All Saints, Travis, James and Mel C. Director Phil Chilvers; Producer Chris Cowey Digital widescreen ........................
Drama. Nina Talbert and Abby Hewitt have been best friends for many years. But when Nina comes home after her mother's death, she begins a secret affairwith Abby's son.
Director Christopher Leitch (1996, 12)
* See Films: pp 54-61 **
Patrick Moore takes a final look at last month's eclipse. Plus what to look for in the autumn skies. Producer Ian Russell
Followed by Weather