With John Nicolson and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday (S from 7am)
Topical studio debate. (S) Followed by News (S) and Weather
Live reports from Southampton general hospital, introduced by Gaby Roslin. (S)
Followed by News (S) and Weather
Culinary challenge show, with Kevin Woodford. (S)
Dale Winton drops in on members of the Eastenders cast to see if they have kept to their Fighting Fat, FightingFit targets. (S)
Followed by News (S) and Weather
The daily panel game. (S)
Trude Mostue treats a kitten with a kink in its tail and a dog that has dirty ears.
Susan seeks counselling, while Libby doesn't want to acknowledge her feelings for Drew.
Repeated at 5.35pm (S)
The Last Laugh (part 2). Mark Sloan has discovered the identity of the murderer, while Jack has a plan to retrieve
Amanda's money. (S)
The Early Birds. Barbara and Tom are finding the early mornings not entirely to their liking. (R) (S)
Shown 10.30am on BBC2
Cartoon fun with the blue people. (R) (S)
Sarah's school is holding a Pet Day. (S)
Aunt B decides to hold a summer party to provehow well-behaved children can be.
Written by Roy Apps (S)
The innovative art show with Kirsten O'Brien , Mark Speight and Jay Burridge. It's time to prepare for Halloween, with tips on making a bat from a cardboard tube. Plus drawing in perspective and looking to the internet for a "reminder spider". Repeated tomorrow at 7.45am on BBC2 (S)
Karen, Sita and Cher hit the big time, while Bradley's clowning hits the wrong target. For cast see Tuesday (S)
Then Rewind 1985: Good Times and Bad Times. Glee Nell tells the story of South African athlete Zola Budd who broke the 5,000m world record - but her achievement is overshadowed by anti-apartheid demonstrations.
Repeated tomorrow morning on BBC2 (S)
With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary. (S)
For details see Monday (S)
Followed by Weather with Philip Avery (S)
The weekly hard-hitting consumer-affairs magazine, with reporters Beaky Evetts , Adrian Goldberg and Matt Allwright. Producer Lisa Ausden ; Editor Mark Killick (S) (W)
Jackie and Gianni are trapped, Martin fears the police, and Sonia has to say a painful goodbye. For further cast see Tuesday (S) (W)
Teresa di Marco:
Concluding BBCl's live event hosted by Nick Ross and Fiona Bruce with an update of yesterday's stories and details of new searches and quests. Tonight's show includes one man's search for the mysterious hero who saved his life and a wife's anxious wait for news of her husband who disappeared two years ago. For contact details see Wednesday (S) (W)
With Michael Buerk. Regional News Weather with Philip Avery (S)
Continuing the repeat run of episodes from the 1995 series. Infidelity. Gary suspects that Dorothy is having an affair and enlists Tony's help in an undercover operation.
Written by Simon Nye
Director Martin Dennis ; Producer Beryl Vertue (R) (S)
It's Antony's 18th birthday, and the family plan to do him proud. With all of them crammed into the sitting room with friends and neighbours, the scene is set for a memorable celebration. Last in the series.
(Postponed from 21 October)
Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 (S)
The tension and teasing of family life may be put to one side in the final instalment of this banal, vulgar and very funny sitcom. It seems there is more than telly and chat on the agenda as son and household slave Antony (Ralf Little) celebrates his 18th birthday. His coming-of-age promises a crowd scene in what could be an epic episode of the series in which normally next-to-nothing happens. We can confidently expect more subtle writing and enjoyable performances, especially from the outstanding Sue Johnston and Ricky Tomlinson as Barbara and Jim. This episode, originally scheduled to be shown last week, now looks like the logical culmination to a series that has successfully transferred to BBC1. There is no confirmation yet of a future series, but a Christmas special is in the pipeline. GE
Continuing the series of talk shows in which
Clive Anderson interviews a host of stars from the worlds of film, music, politics, sport and literature.
Producer Cillian de Buitlear ; Series producer Anne Marie Thorogood Repeated next Monday (W)
David Dimbleby chairs the topical debate from
Southampton, where panellists include shadow education and employment secretary Theresa May ,
Liberal Democrat MP Lembit Opik , and Boris Johnson , editor of The Spectator.
Executive producer George Carey ; Series editor Charlie Courtauld (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/questiontime
Followed by Weathervlew
With Signing. Shown on Monday at 10pm (S)
With Signing. Shown yesterday at 7.30pm (S)
With signing and in-vision subtitles.
Shown Saturday 10.50am on BBC2