A two-part special begins today in which children talk frankly about being raised in a single parent family. AUDIENCE: for details on how to join, ring [number removed] (national rate)
Followed by News; Weather
Tweenies Judy meets some favourite nursery rhyme characters. BBC MUSIC: Tweenies Friends Forever album on sale from retailers
3.45 Gadget Boy Spydra plans to steal the secret of controlling time.
4.10 Mona the Vampire Mona fears that Lily and Charlie have been brainwashed.
4.20 Home Farm Twins The twins take part in a demo.
Dramatised by Kate Wood from the Home Farm books by Jenny Oldfield More cast on Thursday at 4.20pm
4.35Aqulla Comedy-drama series.
Aquila needs a serious overhaul.
Written by Andrew Norriss
5.00 Against All Odds This week, how a teenager survived falling into a river, plus a stuntman shows how he escapes burning buildings.
Repeated tomorrow with sign language at 7.35am on BBC2
Carol Smillie picks up advice on how to avoid jet lag and Richard Whiteley travels to Broome, Australia where he visits the Kimberley mountains. Kate Thornton learns about the Eden Project on a Cornish cottage break and Kevin Duala reports from the Playa de las Americas, Tenerife. Plus Lynda Greer reviews Club Med's village of Mare Nostrum, Greece. Series producer Karen Brown ; Executive producer John Comerford A repeat from the series is showing with sign language tomorrow at 1.25am WEBSITE: www.holiday.beeb.com
Robbie makes a big decision, Billy's plan to oust Trevor backfires and Kat and Zoe go one step too far.
Written by Annie Wood
For more cast see Thursday; Repeated on BBC Choice at 10pm
While Nick Knowles and the team transform a garage extension in Surrey into a children's playroom,
Lowri Turner finds out about the mother who took a hammer to her hallway, the wife who wants action on her bathroom rennovation and the man who axed his bannisters.
Series producer Mark Bristow ; Executive producer Mark Hill WRITE TO: PO Box 198. Bristol. BS99 7RT: Website: www.bbc.co.uk/diysos
Radio 2's Johnnie Walker is the proud owner of a Harley-Davidson but traffic reporter Sally Boazman sticks to her car and tends to let rip at bikers. So Nick Ross and the crew follow the pair to work to discover who is the better driver. Plus, can feng shui help an overstressed lorry driver? Series producer Jane Lomas ; Executive producer Dick Colthurst
The conclusion of the two-part Crime Double drama.
Every Breath You Take. Boyd and the team have tracked down Debbie's married lover but he denies killing her. Meanwhile, stalker Christopher Redford is ready to confess to the murder but Grace is not convinced. A new series of Crime Doubles will be shown early next year.
For cast see Monday at 9pm
Michael Buerk reports on a lorry driver trapped in an infemo on the Ml, an ill-fated rescue operation on the River
Mowhawk, New York, and a shooting incident which leaves a man fighting for his life. Dr Catherine Hood tests another audience on their first-aid knowledge.
Series producer Sara Feilden ; Executive producer Dick Colthurst WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/heaith/
The series chronicling life in west London continues with editor Mat struggling to cope with mounting discontent among his editorial team. Youth club leader Leroy is in dire financial trouble and Sian has doubts about her marriage.
Producer Charlie Ciay : Series producer Ludo Graham
Erotic thriller starring Susan Lucci. A happily married man, employed by a wealthy socialite finds himself lured into a world of lust and deceit. Review page 45.
Director Felix Enriquez Alcala (1995)
Followed by Weathervlew
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