In the second of six episodes of the comic drama, Emily's afternoon hits the skids when Colin tries his hand at painting with Roger.
Written by Gary Parker (R) (S)
Harry strikes out on her own and Jake learns a tough lesson. Nikki's terrified -will her stepfather escape unpunished?
Tuesday/Wednesday episodes writtten by Roy Apps. For cast see Thursday/Friday
They're said to be easierto use, more environmentally-friendly and cheaper: they're re-usable towelling nappies and they're back. Will the rest of us follow Cherie Blair 's lead and dump disposables? And do electric toothbrushes really mean healthier teeth? Vanessa Feltz presents the answers in tonight's edition of the consumer guide.
Series producer Karen Benveniste (S) (W)
The behind-the-scenes look at London Zoo continues.
Marksmen prepare to shoot to kill when there's a report of an escaped animal. Meanwhile, Whisper the barn owl is behaving badly and Cinibarthe golden eagle needs to give a blood sample. Andrew Lincoln narrates. Producer Stephen Leslie
Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff (S) (W)
Continuing the series about our primate relatives.
The Monkeys. Dr Charlotte Uhlenbroek meets the world's smallest monkey, the "new man" marmoset, the Chinese monkey muggers and more. See Choice.
Producer Miles Barton ; Series producer Bernard Walton (S) (W)
Fortune hangs in the foyer for Llantarnam school in Gwent. Shauna Lowry hears how stunned staff learned the value of a dusty old painting. Plus the midweek draw.
Series producer Siobhan Mulholland ; Executive producer Donna Taberer
Nick Ross and Fiona Bruce present a special edition of the programme, revealing how five high-profile cases were solved as a result of viewers' calls. The cases covered include one of cruelty and sexual abuse at a school, and the story of the university student who killed so that he would not have to die alone.
Series producer Gaby Koppel ; Executive producer Seetha Kumar
Criminals steal overL200 million every year from Britain's phone companies. Jamie Theakston narrates a report on the fight against these fraudsters and payphone pillagers. Director Bruce Lippold ; Producer Nick Hudson (R) (S)
Tonight's featured match is Derby County v Newcastle at St James' Park, where both will be hoping to start the current campaign in better form than they began the last. Plus action from other midweek matches. Commentary from John Motson , Barry Davies and Jon Champion.
Introduced by Gary Lineker , with analysis by Alan Hansen. (S) (W) Match of the Day Live: Galatasaray v Real Madrid in the UEFA Super Cup final is on Friday at 7.30pm on BBC2
Followed by Weatherview
Double bill of the medical drama starring Hector Elizondo.
Liver, Hold the Mushrooms. Frightful fungi prove fateful for a father and his family, while Aaron tries hypnotherapy and Kate is forced to be sensitive. (S)
12.50 Waging Bull. Singer Engelbert Humperdinck guests when the team travel to Las Vegas. Can reformed gambler Jack McNeil resist temptation? (S) There's another double bill of Chicago Hope tomorrow night at 12.25am
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