Presented by Jeremy Bowen and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday
Discussion show. Followed by News; Weather
Ruby Wax ponders whether it is ever too late to start again, with quiz supremo Anne Robinson and POP singer Keith Duffy. Followed by News; Weather
The duo set to work on wardrobes and a bed in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire.
The West Sussex town of Ardingly is the venue for disputes over antique parrots and cannons. With David Dickinson. Followed by News; Weather
Quiz in which 12 contestants try to win £4,000.
Dave Gorman , Sherrie Hewson , Michael Aspel and Quentin Willson join the regulars for the Panel game.
Elly explodes with anger over the neglect of Liz.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Murder at Midterm. A student is poisoned by her boyfriend, who is secretly engaged to anothergirl.
A mother and a farmer both face potential heartbreak in their respective cases.
Cast on Tuesday and Wednesday First shown on BBC Wales
Tweenies Songtime Then Tweenies Judy gets more than she bargained for on a visit to the seaside.
Dennis the Menace More anarchic antics with the animated
4-10 The Cramp Twins Animated fun.
Wayne's parents think they have spawned a prodigy when he starts
Playing the harp.
4.20 There's a Viking In My Bed
Comedy. Siggy encounters the Vikings from Milton Keynes.
Written by Jim Eldridge , based on the books by Jeremy Strong
4-35 Jackie Chan Adventures
Jackie has to track down the armour ofthegods.
5.00 Short Change Angellica Bell , Ortis and Rhodri Owen present a football edition of the consumer show, finding the best balls and the clubs that offer value for junior members. Repeated tomorrow at 7am on BBC2
With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary.
Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with Darren Bett. <w)
Sue Barker hosts a special edition of the sports quiz to tie in with the World Cup, which starts tomorrow. Joining regulars Ally McCoist and John Parrott are Scotland's most capped player Kenny Dalglish , the youngest playerto appear in the World Cup finals, Norman Whiteside of Northern Ireland, the scorer of the Republic of Ireland's most famous World Cup goal, Ray Houghton , and England star of 1986 Peter Reid. Producer Naomi Dennison ; Series producer Carl Doran
Phil's undercover friend finds there's more to Tom than meets the eye. Janine looks ahead to a brighter future, and there's tension between Donna and Trevor.
Episode written by Christopher Reason ; Producer Christopher Ballantyne
Director Graeme Harper Repeated at 10pm on BBC Choice
Little Mo Morgan:
Beppe Di Marco:
Science-fiction drama. A reporter believes she has discovered a congressman's affair, but as it turns out, "Ele" isn't a mistress, but a term used to describe an event so cataclysmic it could destroy the planet. Widescreen. Review page 59.
Director Mimi Leder (1998.12)
With world champions France's match against Senegal kicking off the quadrennial football extravaganza tomorrow, this programme sets the scene for the coming month.
With Peter Sissons. 10.25 Regional News
Then Weather with Darren Bett.
Boris Johnson , editor of The Spectator and Conservative MP for Henley-on-Thames, joins David Dimbleby 's panel as the topical-affairs debate relocates to the Isle of Wight. Executive producer George Carey ; Editor Nick Pisani CONTACT DETAILS: phone [number removed] (calls charged at 25p), or e-mail via the programme's website: www.bbc.co.uk/questiontime
Courtroom drama starring Beau Bridges and Martha Plimpton as upright members of a family law firm who become involved in a highly charged murder case. Review page 59.
Director Andy Wolk (1998)
Followed by Holiday Weather