With John Nicolson and Sophie Raworth.
Including news at 6.00, 7.00, 8.00;
6.15, 6.40, 7.40 business news, with Tanya Beckett (Mon-Thu) and Sara Coburn (Fri); 6.27 regional news, travel; 6.34, 7.32, 8.32 sport;
6.57,7.27,7.57,8.27,8.57 weather, regional news, travel. Editor Andrew Thompson
(S from 7am)
Studio debate show, hosted by Robert Kilroy-Silk . (S) Followed by News (S) and Weather
Daily series from Southampton general hospital, presented by Phillip Schofield. (S) Followed by News (S) and Weather
The lifestyle show presented by Emma Forbes and Victoria Derbyshire, with celebrity interviews and a team of experts on hand to dispense advice on health and fitness, fashion, beauty, finance and relationships. Series producer Jay Hunt
Series editor Gaby Koppel E-mail: [address removed]
Followed by News (S) and Weather
The daily dictionary definitions panel game. (S)
The celebrity lifestyle show presented by David Frost and Loyd Grossman. (S)
Bill and Libby clash. Susan admits her marriage is a wreck. Will Karl keep his appointment with the marriage guidance counsellor?
Repeated at 5.35pm (S)
US drama series about a doctor who dabbles in detective work.
All-American Murder. Dr Sloan's attractive new neighbour has a secret past. (S)
Weekday elimination quiz show, hosted by Bob Monkhouse.
Spot is nowhere to be seen. (R)
Shown at 10.30am on BBC2 (S) (W)
Animated fun. An urgent parcel arrives for Angelmouse. Narrated by David Jason.
Cartoon tales. Bob and the gang do some recycling. Voiced by Neil Morrissey. (S)
The weekly dinosaur hunt in which teams around the world communicate their findings to Sally Gray by satellite. This week some "knights in armour" in the UK and a visit to South Africa to compare dinosaurs with rhinoceroses and leopards. (S) (W)
Triple bill of animated amusement. (S)
The Animorphs keep Jake under close watch after he falls into a Yeerk pool. Repeated Sunday. BBC2 (S)
With Katy Hill, Konnie Huq, Simon Thomas and Matt Baker.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.40am on BBC2
(S)(W) WEBSITE: [web address removed]
With Fiona Bruce. Including a weather summary. (S)
Regional news, weather and sport, presented this week by Mike Embley , Gwenan Edwards and Charley Figgis.
Editor Jane Mote (S) REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish (S)
With the aid of his famous red book, Michael Aspel springs more surprises on guests from all walks of life.
Producer Sue Green; Series producer Jack Crawshaw (S)
First of this week's programmes for BBC Rail Week looking at the state of Britain's rail service and its prospects for the future. Are train drivers falling asleep at the wheel?
And are passengers right to complain about their trains? Sue Lawley and Peter Snow investigate. See Choice.
Producer Susan O'Keefe ; Editor Dave Stanford (S) Panorama will be looking at The Great Train Jam at 10pm. And on BBC2 on Thursday at 7.30pm the English regions will focus on the situation locally. Polly Toynbee on BBC Rail Week: page 16 Webwatch on railway websites: page 53
Will Mel have the courage to break off her engagement to Ian? A shock discovery drives Phil to the brink of despair. This week's episodes written by Nick Reed and Lisa Evans ; Producer
Jon East; Director Jamie Annett For cast see Tuesday (S) (W) Website [removed] Soap and Flannel: page 42
The team is in Sussex, where neighbours with sea views seek some design inspiration. Presented by Carol Smillie , with Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen , Linda Barker and Andy Kane. Directors Andrew Anderson and Sue Carr
Producer Susannah Walker (S)
With Michael Buerk. Regional News
Weather with Michael Fish (S)
Victor attends art classes but then he offers the model a lift home, and Margaret finds out.
The Great Train Jam. The second of tonight's Rail Week programmes looking at Britain's railways. Panorama asks who is to blame for under-investment in the system and frequently delayed trains? Vivian White investigates and reveals why the problems may well get worse. See Choice. Producer Rabinder Minhas ; Editor Peter Horrocks
Repeated on Thursday at 12.05am (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/panorama
Was Elizabeth Gaskell Britain's most passionate Victorian novelist? Eclipsed by Charles Dickens, George Eliot and the Brontes her work including Wives and Daughters, serialisation of which began last night on BBC1, is currently undergoing a reappraisal mainly due to the Gaskell Society's efforts. See Choice.
Followed by Weatherview
Drama, based on a true story. After being kidnapped, Jan Hale is left blindfolded and handcuffed to the steering wheel of her car. Her husband joins the search for his wife who has a heart condition - and a snowstorm is on the way.
Director Jerry Jameson (1996, 12) (S) Films: pp 74-79 **
Chief Ben Alpert: