With John Nicolson and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday (S from 7am)
The debate show. AUDIENCE: for details on how to join ring
Followed by News and Weather
Weekday live relay of events from Southampton general hospital. Followed by News and Weather
The team transform an oil rig's staff common room. Presented by Simon Biagi. Followed by News and Weather
Tad starts his new job with Madge's competition, and Joel kisses Amy.
Repeated at 5.35pm
The Pressure to Murder. The suspicious death of Amanda's cousin could have a twisted medical motive.
Gloria Hunniford, Nick Owen and Kate Robbins play a charity edition of the elimination quiz with Bob Monkhouse. (R) (S)
The elephant walks backwards to avoid accidents. (Repeat)
Today the American team look inside some fossilised dinosaur eggs, and the team in South Africa compare dinosaurs to ostriches.
Animation. The animals destroy the coral reef.
Science series focusing on the hidden relationships between everyday objects. This week bicycles, oil cans, light bulbs, maps and sheep. With Ortis and Mary Anne Hobbs.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.50am on BBC2
First in a six-part drama set in the near future. When 13-year-old Cameron Kelsey is unable to have a human heart transplant, his father proposes an alternative solution. See Choice.
Part 2 on Thursday at 5.10pm
This week's episodes written by Malorie Blackman
Followed by Rewind 1996: the Planet's Hottest Artist. Claire Hollowell tells the story of ten-year-old Romanian-born artist Alexandra Nechita.
Repeated tomorrow morning on BBC2
Experimental surgery may be the deciding factor that determines whether Pig Heart Boy Cameron (Marlon Yearwood) will live or die.
Pig Heart Boy
5.10pm BBC1 A news item was the inspiration for Malorie Blackman's novel, which has now been adapted into a TV drama. It stars Marlon Yearwood as Cameron, a 13-year-old boy whose heart is failing. The only possible solution is an experimental transplant operation in which he's given a pig's heart. His father (Patrick Robinson) is determined to try anything to keep him alive, but his mother (Clare Perkins) is not so sure. A challenging and controversial subject, it's dealt with in a thought-provoking - not sensationalist - way. JR
With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary.
For details see Monday
Followed by Weather with John Kettley
Craig Doyle tours China, Alison Comyn tests a single-parent-family holiday in Menorca, John Nichol takes his dog to
Pembrokeshire, and Jilly Goolden is in the Canadian Rockies. Series producer John Comerford ; Editor Jannine Waddell
Irene deceives Terry to spend a night with Troy. Phil has a surprise visitor. Melanie considers cancelling her wedding.
For credits see Monday
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Christa Hart visits Morton Hall in Lincolnshire, where a cockatiel is treated. With Rolf Harris and Rhodri Williams.
Series producer Tina Fletcher
After the Fox. When Bill and Rona go to France to buy cheap wine, they return with more than expected.
Written by Andrew Marshall
Director Dewi Humphreys ; Producer Rosemary McGowan
With Peter Sissons. Regional News
Weather with John Kettley
rln the final instalment of Donal Maclntyre 's 18 months of undercover journalism, he uncovers sharp practice in the City, entering the closed world of insider dealing. See Choice. Producer Jonathan Jones ; Series editor Alex Holmes
A one-off documentary that sets out to debunk the image of the women who were employed as hostesses at the notorious Playboy Club. Former bunny girls who have gone on to become writers, doctors and entrepreneurs recall a time of innocence, glamour and independence.
Director Anne Pick ; Producers Barbara Barde. Stuart Goodman
Tonight's look atthe millennial appeal.
A host of stars look forward to future releases, plus the results of the viewers' poll for the top 100 movies of the millennium. The series returns in March. See Choice.
Director David Council ; Producer Allan Campbell Jonathan Ross 's movie moment of the week: page 69
Alfred Hitchcock 's classic psychological thriller, starring James Stewart and Kim Novak. A detective accepts a commission from an old friend to trail his suicidal wife - only to find himself falling in love with his quarry. Widescreen. (1958. PG) Film of the week: page 63 *****
Followed by Weatherview