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 more advice on health, fashion, beauty and relationships. Followed by News (S) and Weather
David Frost invites more panellists to guess the identity of celebrity homeowners. (S)
Karl and Susan are left reeling from their confessions, and Karl leaves to spend some time alone. Repeated at 5.35pm (S)
Murder on the Run (part 1)
Dr Mark Sloan is taken hostage by a convicted wife killer on the run from the police. The story concludes tomorrow. (S)
Weekday elimination quiz show, with Bob Monkhouse. (R) (S)
The duo create chaos at a sports day. (R)
Shown at 10.30am on BBC2 (S) (W)
Animated adventures. Pablo has to take a bath. (R)
Paul and Barry make a spectacle of themselves when they go to work at an opticians. Written by Marie Findlay and Emma Williams (R) (S)
The fast and furious game show set inside the human body, with Mark Speight, Marsali Stewart and Otis the Aardvark. (S)
Comedy drama. Joe is building a model space rocket for his school science project, and comes under suspicion when things start to go missing around the house.
Written by Shaun Prendergast Repeated next Sunday on BBC2 (S)
Katy Hill and Simon Thomas present a special edition from Israel.
Simon explores Jericho, while Katy revisits the kibbutz on which she worked ten years ago and they both enjoy some of the unusual health and beauty treatments to be found by the shores of the Dead Sea. See Choice.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.40am on BBC2
With Huw Edwards. Including weather summary. (S) 8
For details see Monday (S) 20
Followed by Weather with Peter Cockroft (S)
Another against-the-clock culinary challenge as Esther Rantzen and GMTV's Dr Hilary Jones join chefs Kevin Woodford and Lesley Waters. With Fern Britton.
Director Chris Fox ; Producer Fiona Clark (S) (W) RECIPES: see Ceefax page
Tonight's programme reports on a milestone in the race to decode the human genome which could revolutionise the modem approach to medicine. Plus a radical new design forflat, transparent loudspeakers that could allow TV screens to do the talking. With Peter Snow and Philippa Forrester. Producer Suzanne Levy : Editor Saul Nasse
Repeated tomorrow at 12.45am (S)(W) INFORMATION: call [number removed]: Ceefax: page 623; www.bbc.co.uk/tw
An update on the campaign inviting viewers to give their final hour's income of 1999 to charity. (S)
Chimpanzee Challenge. Another chance to see the programme in which actor Nicholas Lyndhurst tried to help 15 orphaned and abused chimpanzees settle into a new home on an island in Lake Victoria. Not only did he have to cope with the mischievous creatures, but he also had to brave the elements in the rainforest.
Director Ben Southwell ; Executive producer Mike Gunton (R) (S) (W)
Eamonn Holmes hosts the quiz featuring contestants representing groups and societies that have benefited from National Lottery grants. Plus the midweek draw.
Producer Rebecca Papworth (S) (W)
With Peter Sissons. Regional News
Weather with Peter Cockroft (S)
Followed by National Lottery Update
Continuing the series using first-hand testimony to recall the events of 1940. Following the evacuation from
Dunkirk, the country became inspired by a new spirit of solidarity and defiance, epitomised by Churchill's ringing phrase, "we will fight them on the beaches". Narrated by Sue Johnston. See Choice.
Series director Nick Read ; Series producer Phil Craig (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/history
Gary Dellapenta is America's first jailed cyber-stalker, who used the internet to stalk a woman who had scorned him.
California's law enforcers have become convinced of a serious link between stalking and violence, and now regard the internet as an alarming new tool for criminals.
Director Toby Sculthorp ; Editor Peter Horrocks (S)
The Future Could Be Too Much Fun. Is the rich inner world of the mind threatened by scientific advances? Professor Susan Greenfield , Director of the Royal Institution, warns that the brain will come under siege from increasingly sophisticated drugs and information technology, and that our lives could become dominated by mindless gratification rather than rising to the challenge of individuality.
Director Pieter Morpurgo ; Producer Charles Miller (S) (W)
Drama. Annie Carver is a successful art gallery owner with a dark secret in her past. Then a bounty hunter tries to blackmail Annie by threatening to reveal her deadly history.
Director Stuart Cooper (1995, 15) (S)
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