With John Nicolson and Tanya Beckett.
Timetable on Monday (S from 7am)
The debate show. (S) AUDIENCE: for details on how to join ring
Followed by News (S) and Weather
Weekday live relay of events from Southampton general hospital, with Phillip Schofield , Nick Knowles , Simon London, Suzi Perry and Edwina Silver.
(S) Followed by News (S) and Weather
The magazine that helps viewers make a fresh start.
Followed by News (S) and Weather
Lexicographical game hosted by Bob Holness with regular team captains Alan Coren and Sandi TokSVig. (S)
Today's patients include a Fallabella pony and a sheep with problem feet.
The search for Bob begins. Karl tries to come to terms with Susan's revelation. Libby worries about the future with Drew.
Repeated at 5.35pm (S)
Elimination quiz with Bob Monkhouse. (S)
Continued live coverage of the UK championship fifth round from the Bournemouth
Ends 5.35 Shown at 10.30am on BBC2
Animated fun with the affable apparition. (R) (S)
Animated animal rescuing. Rocco suggests building a chairlift, and Sacha makes cabbage ice cream. (S)
Science series focusing on the hidden relationships between everyday objects. This week planes, pebbles, balloons, photocopiers and fish. With Ortis and Mary Anne Hobbs. Postponed from 16 November
Repeated tomorrow at 7.45am on BBC2
Teraise's wish to become a reporter leads her into danger. Matt and Nikki get close.
Regina must face herfeelingswhen her mother disappears.
Continues on Thursday This week's episodes written by Philip Gerard and Rachel Dawson (S)
Followed by Rewind 1992: the Earth Summit. Ade Esan reads nine-year-old Andrew Ssenyonga 's account of the environmental conference in Brazil. Repeated tomorrow morning on BBC2 (S) Then 1993: Our "Friends in the Hills Gemma Gregory reads from 12-year-old Zlata Filipovic's diary of the war in Sarajevo in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Repeated Friday morning on BBC2 (S)
With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary. (S)
For details see Monday (S)
Followed by Weather with Helen Young (S)
Craig Doyle explores the South Pacific islands Bora Bora and Moorea, Alison Comyn takes her family to Nerja on Spain's Costa del Sol, John Nichol is in the Canadian skiing resort Whistler, and Sankha Guha goes to Stratford-upon-Avon. Postponed from 16 November
Series producer John Comerford ; Editor Jannine Waddell (S) (W)
Frank has a nasty shock for Janine. Melanie has a disturbing vision of the future. Dot disrupts Irene and Troy's love nest.
Melanie Healy Tamzin Outhwaite
For credits see Monday (S) (W)
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This week's patients include a collie cross with psychological problems and a family of swans who have been swept over a weir. With Rolf Harris , Rhodri Williams and Christa Hart. Series producer Tina Retcher (S) (W)
Enter the Dragon. The arrival of Bill's mother in the household proves detrimental to Declan's discipline.
Written by Andrew Marshall
Director Dewi Humphries ; Producer Rosemary McGowan (S) (W)
With Peter Sissons. Regional News
Weather with Helen Young (S)
Donal Macintyre presents more results of his 18 months of undercover journalism. Tonight he poses as a photographer to infiltrate the fashion industry in London, Paris and Milan, uncovering sexual exploitation of models and drug abuse. Producer Colin Barr ; Series editor Alex Holmes (S)
A one-off adult romantic comedy starring Alan Davies as a married man who has an affair with a landscape gardener.
Written by Geoff Deane ; Director Paul Harrison ;
Producer Kenton Allen (R) (S) (W)
Jonathan Ross introduces highlights from the panel show, featuring regular team captains Julian Clary and Jack Dee. Director David G Croft ; Producers Andy Davies and Jon Naismith (S)
Pierce Brosnan discusses the latest Bond film The World is
Not Enough, and "Mr Blue" Edward Bunker is interviewed. Director David Council ; Producer Allan Campbell (S) Jonathan Ross 's movie moment of the week: page 71
Followed by Weatherview
Thriller. Convinced the death of her twin sister is a case of murder, Ellen Carlsson takes time off work to investigate. Director James Dearden (1991 18) (S)
Films: pp 76-83 ***