Presented by Jeremy Bowen and Sophie Raworth.
With 6.00, 7.00, 8.00 news from
Moira Stuart (Mon-Thu); 6.15,6.45,
7.50 business news; 6.25,6.53,
7.15, 7.53, 8.15, 8.55 weather from Helen Willetts ; 6.27, 6.55, 7.28,
7.55, 8.28, 8.55 regional news, travel; 6.35, 7.35, 8.35 sport.
Editor Richard Porter (S) (W)
Animation. Angelmouse can't decide what to get Baby Ellie for her birthday. (R) (S)
3.30 Tweenies: Milo's Sweets
Milo gets greedy over a bag of sweets. (S) (W)
3.50 Mona the Vampire
Double bill. Mona suspects that two old ladies are witches, and Charley gets trapped inside a creepy mansion. (R) (S)
4.10 The Cramp Twins
Wayne tries to get time off school. (S)
4.20 Eureka TV
Fearne Cotton and Kate Heavenor demonstrate a wheelchair that climbs stairs. (S) (W)
4.35 Stacey Stone
Continuing the series about a teenage agony aunt. A girl called Mel C complains about being teased over her weight.
Written by Roy Apps (S) (W)
5.00 Blue Peter
Simon Thomas has news of the Blue Peter appeal.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.45am on BBC2 (S) (W)
With Lizo Mzimba and Matthew Price. (S) (W)
Regional news for East Sussex and Kent, presented by Laurie Mayer. Editor Rod Beards (S) (W) E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
REGIONAL PROGRAMMES: these programmes and all regional news bulletins are replaced on digital satellite by UK Today/Tonight, a summary of news items from around the country.
Followed by Weather with Philip Avery. (S) (W)
Craig Doyle reports from a cooking holiday in France.
Jeremy Spake samples life on board a brand new cruise ship on South America's Orinoco river, and another holiday dilemma is solved, this time in Belgium.
Series producer Jacqui Stephenson ; Editor Jannine Waddell (S) (W) Repeated with sign language on Wednesday at 3.10am
Britain under Water. John Stapleton , Sally Magnusson ,
Alice Beer and Richard Bilton provide tonight's quartet of investigations into how the lessons from last year's floods have not been heeded. While some flood victims are in danger of losing their homes, Government measures to stop development in areas at risk are being by-passed.
Series producer Colin Savage ; Editor Dave Stanford (S) (W) NOTE: as 4 x 4 is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change
Garry attempts to placate Lynne and persuades Beppe to act as go-between. A familiar face returns to the Square. Episode written by Lisselle Kayla For cast see Tuesday and Thursday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC Choice (S) (W) Alison Graham's Soap and Flannel: page 28
Third of four feature-length dramas starring Warren Clarke and Colin Buchanan as the Yorkshire-based detectives.
Secrets of the Dead. When a solicitor is brutally killed in Stenby, the fact that Dalziel is in the village attending a funeral seems to be less of a coincidence when a letter is found addressed to him among the dead lawyer's belongings.
Written by Tom Needham
Producer Ann Tricklebank ; Director Ross Devenish (S) (W)
Det Supt Andy Dalziel:
DI Peter Pascoe:
Dr Robert Silwood:
Sgt Ted Lock:
DS Mark Lock:
Changing Faces. Following the experiences of three people with cancer of the mouth - a rare but devastating illness - as they are treated at a specialist head-and-neck unit at the University College of London hospital.
Director Emma Hindley ; Executive producer Jenny Abbott (S) (W)
Drama, starring Lea Thompson.
A/hen Brianne Hawkins 's brutal husband kills one of her admirers, he persuades her to take responsibility for the nurder. At first resigned to facing the consequences, she then determines to fight for justice. Review page 59.
Director Peter Werner (1995, 15) (S)
Followed by Weatherview (W)
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