With Noel Thompson and Julie Etchingham. Timetable on Monday
(S from 7am)
The week's last debate. (S)
Followed by News (S) and Weather
The last of this week's broadcasts from Southampton general hospital. (S) Followed by News (S) and Weather
Vanessa Feltz goes behind the scenes of favourite TV programmes and tries out various roles. With
Paul Hendy. (S)
The team create a Mediterranean-style kitchen in Hooe, Devon. Followed by News (S) and Weather
Elimination quiz show. (S)
Second Fiddle. A country singer battles to save her voice and her relationship. And brotherly love is put to the test when a barber delivers more than a close shave.
Written by Colin Bytheway (S) (W)
Michelle gets her comeuppance. Harold is threatened by a new business associate. And could
Felicity be falling for Paul?
Repeated at 5.35pm (S)
Unlucky Dip. Jim finds himself in trouble when a suspect from Paris slips through his grasp.
Written by Bob Baker (R) (S)
David Frost and the panel try to guess the identity of celebrity home owners. (S)
Ends 5.35. Growing Bulbs. Jake produces some funny looking objects which turn out to be daffodil bulbs.
A12-part-animated series based on Satoshi Kitamura 's book Sheep in Wolf's Clothing. Hubert, Georgina and Gogol are three young sheep who can solve mysteries, and help other animals. But they also have enemies, the wolves.
Wildlife series presented by Dominic Wood. Today, a look at undersea creatures including the shark which performs an incredible disappearing act.
US comedy about a boy who secretly films his family and friends each day. (R) (S)
Fun with the loveable youngsters. (R) (S)
Children's magazine show presented by Katy Hill, Konnie Huq, Simon Thomas and Matt Baker.
Repeated next Monday on BBC2
With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary and a preview of the weekend sport. (S)
For details see Monday (S)
Followed by Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst. (S)
The consumer programme continues its investigations into the sport, leisure and tourism industries. With Matt Allwright , Charlotte Hudson, David Bull and Beaky Evetts.
Series producer Andrew Smith (S) (W)
Gail Porter introduces this week's edition of the music show featuring live performances, the latest videos, this week's top 20 and the current bestselling single.
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The gardening challenge show makes a trip to Peterborough, where Alan Titchmarsh goes for a radical approach and attempts to create a blue-look garden. Out goes the grass and Tommy Walsh really has his work cut out when in comes a contemporary pond, a large amount of cool blue and lavender decking and a gazebo. See Choice.
Director John Thomicroft : Executive producer Carol Haslam (S) (W) Alan Titchmarsh on spring flowers: page 39
Classic comedy from the third series first shown in 1983.
The Trotters visit Boycie's country cottage for a weekend's fishing and that spawns Del's latest foolproof scheme to become a millionaire.
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With Peter Sissons. Regional News
Weekend Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst. <s)
Michael Parkinson is joined on the last chat show in the current series by international singing star Shirley Bassey. She talks about her life and career and performs some of her hits. Shirley Bassey : This is My Life! follows. Plus, comedian, actor and writer Stephen Fry talks about his life. The series will return in September. See Choice. Director Stuart McDonald
Executive producer Beatrice Ballard (S)
Another chance to see the documentary portrait of the internationally-acclaimed vocalist, following her travels through New York, London and Monte Carlo. The programme contains intimate moments behind the scenes as well as capturing her performances on stage.
Director Alan Lewens ; Producer Mike Mansfield (R) (S)
Continuing live coverage of the second round of the 64th
Masters from Augusta National in Georgia. With commentary by Peter Alliss , Alex Hay , Ken Brown and Dougie Donnelly. Coverage continues tomorrow. (S)
Followed by Weatherview
Action thriller starring Charles Bronson as Joe Martin , an expatriate American living in the south of France who's trying to keep his mysterious past a secret from his wife. But the arrival of an underworld gang at their home brings matters to a head. Director Terence Young (1971 15) (S) (W)
Films: pp 64-71 * *