With Noel Thompson and Julie Etchingham.
Timetable on Monday (S)
The week's final edition of the studio debate. (S)
Followed by News (S) and Weather
Live reports from Southampton general, with Gaby Roslin.
Followed by News (S) and Weather
An appeal inviting viewers to givetheirfinal hour's income of 1999 to charity. (R)(S) Followed by News (S) and Weather
The last of this week's editions of the new lifestyle show. Followed by News (S) and Weather
More tricky word challenges on the daily game show, chaired by Bob Holness. (S)
Trude Mostue is joined by animal behaviourist Erica Peachy who treats a great dane with hearing problems, plus a terrier checks in with a bad toe nail.
Bill's suspicions about the work site increase. Will Harold and Madge be able to compete with the new fast-food restaurant?
Repeated at 5.35pm (S)
Captain Courageous. Nicole pretends to be the ship's captain to impress her grandmother.
The Good Life The Weaver's
Tale. A financially buoyant Tom finds himself with a ten-pound float. (R)(S)
Shown at 10.30am on BBC2
More antics from the tiny dragons. Sir Kenneth enters a knight competition. (S)
This week the show examines nature's recyclers, with Dominic Wood looking at animals who live off rubbish, including slugs who eat paper, and gulls that scour waste tips for food. Meanwhile, Billy Nibbles travels to Borneo to see its orang-utans.
Darwin decides to go back to the wild. (S)
Today's show sees Mark Speight and Marsali Stewart from the BBC children's series Insides Out attempting to set a new world record for bed-making, while Jez Edwards faces tough competition in the annual Tetbury woolsack race. Plus, Sally Gray meets a team of Newquay surfers who try out the world's biggest surfboard.
With Linford Christie. (S)
Children's magazine with Katy Hill, Konnie Huq, Simon Thomas and Matt Baker.
Repeated next Monday on BBC2
With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary and a preview of the weekend sport. (S)
For details see Monday (S)
Followed by Weather with Helen Young (S)
More consumer advice, with investigations into shortfalls and problems in the leisure, tourism and service industries. Series producer Andy Smith (S) (W)
Live performances, the latest videos, a countdown of this week's top 20 and the bestselling single.
Director/Producer Chris Cowey Repeated next Saturday (S) WEBSITE: www.totp.beeb.com
TOP OF THE POPS THE MAGAZINE: available from newsagents
Alan Titchmarsh , Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh head west to Locklease, Bristol, where Janet, a botanical artist and wheelchair user, dreams of a garden which will inspire her illustrations and meet her mobility needs.
Producer John Thornicroft : Executive producer Carol Haslam (S)(W) BBC PRODUCTS: Ground Force Water Garden Workbook by Charlie Dimmock , £9.99 and Ground Force CD and cassette available from retailers
Raising expectations: Alan Titchmarsh , page 48 Top gardening websites: Webwatch, page 51
In the final episode of the docusoap, supervisor Jeremy Spake plays the role of a difficult passenger as a test for industry students, and immigation officer Caroline Acheson is suspicious of a glamorous Colombian student. The series returns in the new year. See Choice.
Producer AshokPrasad (S)
With Michael Buerk. Regional News
Weekend Weather with Helen Young (S)
Something Personal. As DI Cramer and Dr Paige try to reconcile their work and private lives, they are faced with a suspicious case of hit-and-run.
Episode written by Stuart Morris
Producer Beverley Dartnall ; Director Delyth Thomas (S) (W)
Dr Jonathan Paige:
Dl Gillian Cramer:
DS Helen Diamond:
Sgt Keith Lardner:
DC Gary Monk:
PC Tom Allen:
A special documentary profiling the life and career of Scottish singing sensation Lulu, who first shot to fame at the tender age of 15 with the chart-topping single Shout. Lulu will be presenting Red Alert with the National Lottery tomorrow night on BBC1. See Choice.
Producer Karina Brennan ; Executive producer Alan Brown (S) (W) Lulu's TV comeback: page 23
Ecological drama. An unorthodox biochemist on the trail of a medical miracle in the South American rainforest is accompanied by a feisty female scientist. But the mismatched pair are soon fighting each other, rather than the desperate battle against the march of "progress".
Director John Mc Tieman (1992. PG) (S) (W) Films: pp 72-76 ***
Followed by Weathervlew
Dr Robert Campbell:
Dr Rae Crane:
Dr Miguel Omega:
Sci-fi drama set in the distant future. With most of the Earth's inhabitants relocated to an asteroid, two factions still living in the Utah desert are drawn into conflict with each other.
Director Rob Nilsson (1998. 18) Films: pp 72-76 **