Cartoon fun with the zany animals. (R)
Live-action adventures. (R)
Jonny and Jessie are at the mercy of a computer virus. (R)
Personality. Fred is radically changed by an accident. (R)
Bob and Carol and Lois and Clark. A vicious killer appears on the scene. (R)(S)
Steve Wilson and Emma Ledden welcome guests including Clare Buckfield, John Pickard and Alex Kew, stars of 2 Point 4 Children, a new series of which begins on Tuesday at 8.30pm.
There's music from Swedish newcomers A Teens and Martine McCutcheon, plus fun with Mr Blobby, the Leprechauns and Rugrats.
BBC Live and Kicking magazine: available from retailers
Live coverage of the traditional procession led by the 672nd
Lord Mayor of London, Alderman Clive Martin. He travels in his golden coach from the Guildhall in the City of London to St Paul's Cathedral, where on arrival he will meet the Dean. Describing the scene will be Barry Davies.
Producer Craig Duncan (S) (W)
As coverage Is live subsequent programmes may run late
Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus Ray Stubbs looks ahead to today's vital first leg of the Scotland v England Euro
2000 play-off at Hampden. Plus a roundup of the week's news and goals from north and south of the border.
1.20,1.50, 2.20 Racing A trio of races from Haydock: the 1.30
(the centrepiece Edward Hammer Memorial Steeplecase), the 2.00, and the 2.30. Commentary from John Hanmer , Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore.
1.40, 2.10, 3.10 Boxing
Garry Richardson reports as the build-up to the heavyweight world championship rematch between Lennox Lewis and Evander Holyfield reaches fever pitch. Plus action from the British super-bantamweight title fight in east London, where Michael Alldis took on Patrick Mullings. Commentary Jim Neilly.
2.40 Rallying Action from Perth in the penultimate rally of the world championship. Commentators Mark James and Tiff Needell.
3.55 Football Scotland v England Complete coverage of the vital first leg Euro 2000 qualification match at Hampden Park.
Scotland play England in one of the most eagerly awaited matches in years. With commentary from John Motson.
Producer Paul Davies
Editor Michael Cole (W)
Synchronised swimming, cocktail-shaking, salsa dancing and sausage-making are among the tasks awaiting this week's couples on Jim Davidson 's family game show.
Guests include Kriss Akabusi , Airport's Jeremy Spake and basketball aces the Harlem Globetrotters. With Melanie Stace.
Director Stuart Hall ; Producer Sue Andrew (S) (W)
Michael Aspel presents a special edition of the show in which unsuspecting celebrities are greeted with the famed red book and whisked off to be reunited with the people that have helped shape their lives.
Producer Sue Green; Series producer Jack Crawshaw (S) The series continues on Monday at 7pm.
The new weekend lottery show presented by Lulu with comic Terry Alderton. Their guest in tonight's first programme is Paul McCartney , who plays songs from his new album including a duet with Lulu, while contestants from north and south of the border do battle in Pump the Postie and Happy Chimneys. Plus weekly games Stand by Your Doors and audience fun in Surprise Hit. See Choice.
Director Simon Staffurth : Producer Jon Rowlands (S) (W)
Sean must deal with a patient who has an obsessive compulsive disorder. A bomb planted by animal-rights protesters puts the new resus room under strain, and Duffy is interviewed for the post of Sister.
Concludes tomorrow at 8pm.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Drama: Casualty: 8.05pm BBC1
The first of two episodes from Holby City this week, with the A&E's new resuscitation section being put to the test when an animal rights protest has tragic consequences. First though, there's a whole series of patients, including a man who has obsessive-compulsive disorder as a result of worrying about his wife's battle with cancer. He's cut his arm, but is petrified of being infected by germs. If the man looks familiar it's because he's played by Ian Lavender, best known as that "stupid boy" Pike in Dad's Army; his long-suffering wife is played by Shirley Stelfox. Elsewhere, Duffy is interviewed by Max and Charlie for the post of Sister and is taken aback by the aggressive questioning of one of them. She learns the reason at the end of the episode. The story concludes tomorrow. (JR)
Coverage of the annual Festival of Remembrance from
London's Royal Albert Hall , produced for the final time by Bob Corp-Reader . The Prince of Wales joins Royal British Legion members, while from South Africa, Her Majesty the Queen and His Excellency Chief Emeka Anyaoku, the Commonwealth Secretary General, send their messages. The Rt Rev Michael Mann conducts the service, and the Festival ends with a minute's silence as thousands of poppy petals fall in memory of those who lost their lives in combat. Commentary from Brian Hanrahan.
Television presentation Peter Hylton Cleaver (S) (W) Live coverage of the Remembrance Sunday service from the Cenotaph is tomorrow at 10.30am
Subsequent programmes may run late
With George Alagiah. Weather Isobel Lang (S)
Western. When his wife and child are murdered and his farm burnt to the ground by Captain Terrill's Union raiders, Missouri farmer Josey Wales vows to avenge their deaths.
Director Clint Eastwood (1976, 18) (S) (W) Films: pp 76-82 ****
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