With John Nicolson and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday (S from 7am)
Weekday studio debate. (S) Followed by News (S) and Weather
Phillip Schofield presents more news from Southampton general hospital. (s; Followed by News (S) and Weather
Emma Forbes and Victoria
Derbyshire introduce the lifestyle show, with a team of experts on hand to dispense advice on health and fitness, fashion, beauty, finance and relationships. Followed by News (S) and Weather
Weekday word game with a panel of starguests. (S)
Trude Mostue treats more poorly pets at her special veterinary surgery, including a hamster with hair problems, and at
Chester Zoo it's feeding time for the condors.
What will the family make of Phil and Ruth's decision to move to
Darwin? Amy and Lance chart dangerous financial waters.
Repeated at 5.35pm (S)
Weekday elimination quiz show, with Bob Monkhouse. (S)
Continued quarter-final coverage from Bournemouth, introduced by Dougie Donnelly.
Paul and Barry attempt to conquer a mountain, but relations soon become strained and the race is on to see who gets to the top first. (R) (S)
The fast and furious game show set inside the human body. Presented by Mark Speight and Marsali Stewart. with Otis the Aardvark. (S)
Comedy drama. Joe has to decide which of his "dads" he will playwith in the forthcoming father-and-son football match.
Meanwhile Robbie's attempts to be helpful threatens to ruin Emily's going away surprise for Colin.
Written by Gary Parker Repeated next
Sunday on BBC2 (S)
5.10 Blue Peter: Matt Baker travels to St Petersburg for a special edition telling the story of this historic city. He meets a young Russian family, helps build a replica of Peter the Great's yacht, joins a class at the world's leading ballet school and experiences a rather painful sauna. See Choice.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.50am on BBC2
(S) (W) Website: [web address removed]
With Huw Edwards. Including weather summary. (S)
For details see Monday (S)
Followed by Weather with Helen Willetts (S)
Continuing the series on people whose work brings them into contact with some of the world's deadliest animals.
Bear Country. Wildlife photographer Tony Dawson thrives on danger in the spectacular wilderness of Alaska, coming face-to-face with grizzly bears, bull moose, polar bears and caribou herds, but he faces equal peril flying across the state in his tiny 27-year-old wood-and-canvas aeroplane.
Producer Caroline Hawkins ; Series producer Martin Hughes-Games (S)
Another against-the-clock culinary challenge as Jilly Goolden from Food and Drink and Airport's Jeremy Spake join chefs Nick Nairn and Paul Rankin. With Fern Britton.
Director Chris Fox ; Producer Fiona Clark (S) (W) RECIPES: see Ceefax page
A look at the science of survival. Including dramatic footage of the incident earlier this year in which Peter Snow and his team had just concluded filming an item in America about a system to avoid plane crashes when they were caught up in a real-life drama as their aircraft plunged to the ground. Plus a visit to the Alps to test the new breathing device designed to help victims of avalanches. See Choice. Producer Nathan Williams ; Editor Saul Nasse (S) (W) FOR INFORMATION: call [number removed]; Ceefax: page 623; Website: www.bbc.co.uk/tw
A special midweek National Lottery draw from London's Royal Opera House to celebrate completion of its refurbishment. Including some classic past performances.
Executive producer Kieron Collins (S)
With Peter Sissons. Regional News
Weather with Helen Willetts (si
Followed by National Lottery Update
In 1940 Britain stood alone as Hitler's armies swept across Europe. Against the backdrop of high political drama, ordinary people - soldiers, pilots, firemen, nurses and secretaries - relive those critical months. The first of four programmes sees how, within days of becoming prime minister, Winston Churchill faced Dunkirk and the real possibility of defeat. Narrator Sue Johnston. See Choice. Producer Phil Craig (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/history See John Peel: page 15
Science-fiction thriller, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Tormented by the imminent threat of a nuclear holocaust, Sarah Connor has been institutionalised and separated from her son. Once again a cyborg assassin is sent back through time to terminate John Connor , who is destined to become mankind's leader in a futuristic war. But this killing machine is more powerful and deadly than the one Sarah defeated before.
Director JamesCameron (1991. 15) (S) (W) Film of the Week: page 65 *****
Followed by Weatherview
Tarissa Dyson S:
Drama based on a true story, starring Jill Clayburgh and Brad Davis. Suspicions of child abuse come to light when a couple's fears about a pre-school day centre are shared by others. But evidence is needed.
Director Linda Otto 11990,18) (S) Films: pp 76-83 ***