Presented by Sarah Montague and Darren Jordon.
Timetable on Monday (S) (W)
The week's last edition of the studio debate show. (S) AUDIENCE: for details on how to join, ring [number removed] (national rate)
Followed by News; Weather (S) (W)
Life at Southampton General, presented by Shauna Lowry , Nick Knowles , Suzi Perry and Edwina Silver. (S)
Followed by News; Weather (S) (W)
Weekday antiques challenge.
With David Dickinson. (S) (W)
Another edition of the weekday culinary challenge. (R) (S) Followed by News; Weather (S) (W)
Elimination quiz hosted by Bob Monkhouse. (S) (W)
Rules of Conduct. Loyalty is tested when Jo breaks the rules. The opening of Chris's restaurant brings emotions to a head.
Written by Marc Peirson (S) (W)
Drew tells Steph he still has feelings for Libby.
Repeated at 5.35pm (S) (W)
When Did You Last See Your
Father? Bergerac finds himself at odds with Crozier while looking into an attack on a young girl.
Written by Robert Banks Stewart
As part of the Webwise educational campaign, Vanessa Feltz shows how to find the best Christmas present ideas on the internet.
Last in the series. (S) (W)
Ends 5.35. I'm Shouting. Max has a headache.(S)(W)
The wildlife show presented by Dominic Wood goes prehistoric looking at cave paintings. fossils and a baby dinosaur that could grow to adult size in a matter of minutes. (S)
Wildlife animation. The Thornberrys attend the annual reindeer races. (S)
The first of this new eight-part series features action from a hot-air balloon
- fiesta. With Linford Christie ,
Sally Gray and Jez Edwards. (S) (W)
Children's magazine presented by Konnie Huq, Simon Thomas, Matt Baker and Liz Barker.
Repeated on Monday on BBC2
Including a weather summary and a preview of the weekend sport. (S) (W)
For details see Monday (S) (W)
Followed by Weather with Helen Willetts. (S) (W)
Tonight on the consumer affairs show: the Premiership clubs which are not playing fair over replica kits, and the companies determined to block the move to cheaper music. With Matt Allwright and Charlotte Hudson.
Editor Mark Killick
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Gail Porter introduces the fast-moving music show.
Director/Producer Chris Cowey Repeated tomorrow (S)
TOP OF THE POPS THE MAGAZINE: price £1.50, available from newsagents
Tonight, Alan Titchmarsh , Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh transform an untidy area at an organic dairy farm in Lancaster to be a neat, low-maintenance garden.
Producer John Thornicroft ; Executive producer Carol Haslam (S) (W)
Edwina Silver visits Norfolk's Redwings horse sanctuary to help move the animals to their winter pasture, and there's news of the little cat from last week. With Rolf Harris.
Producer Sandy Raffan ; Series producer Helen Nightingale (S) (W)
The topical news quiz returns for a new eight-part series. Joining host Angus Deayton are regular team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. See Choice.
Repeated next Sunday on BBC2 (S) (W)
Comedy: Have I Got News For You 9.00pm BBC1
After 19 series of poking fun at the good, the bad and anyone else who has appeared in the media, the satire show has finally been moved to BBC1. The change of channel seems unlikely to have any impact because if there is one show that has settled on the perfect form and personnel, this is it. Angus Deayton is due to roll out the familiar challenges to regulars Paul Merton and Ian Hislop. It is the guests - not known at the time of writing - who potentially bring an extra edge. Let's hope for some women to crush the boors and over-confident politicians who think they can compete for laughs with the regulars. But what a standard the programme-makers have to maintain - will anyone ever match the tub of lard? GE
Dibley Live. Radio Dibley takes to the airwaves with Owen offering to do a ball-by-ball commentary while gelding horses. Director Dewi Humphreys : Producers Jon Plowman : Sue Vertue (R) (S)
With Peter Sissons. Regional News
Weather with Helen Willetts. (S) (W)
First in a new six-part comedy series directed by John Stroud and starring Mark Addy and Alex Jennings.
An aristocratic actor and an earthy left-wing writer seek fame and fortune which has so far evaded them in England by moving to Hollywood. See Choice.
Written by Jim Piddock and Margaret Oberman
Producer Jamie Rix (S) (W)
Julian Edgbaston Bowles:
I Continuing the short season of Highlander movies.
Action fantasy. Japan 1994: an archaeological dig on a mountain site releases trapped immortal Kane, who then searches for his rival Connor MacLeod. Widescreen.
Director Andrew Morahan (1995, 15) (S) (W) Films: pp 72-75 *
Followed by Weatherview (W)
Connor MacLeod/Russell Nash:
Sci-fi adventure starring Dennis Hopper about a space transport entrepreneur who falls on hard times and must carry suspicious cargo to Earth with no questions asked.
Director Stuart Gordon (1996. 12) (S)
Films: pp 72-75 ***