Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
David Frost interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers with his guests. Including 9.00 News, plus weather later.
The Barefoot Doctor and Jenni Trent-Hughes help a viewer clear out her clutter, and veteran agony aunt Irma Kurtz discusses her career. Philippa Forrester and Ross Kelly host the topical studio debate.
Producer Moira Kean ; Series producer Abigail Saxon COMMENTS: [number removed] (maximum cost 8p) or email email@example.com
Including a marriage proposal from a choosy man. With Ingrid Tarrant and Amanda Lamb.
A look at the potential for converting crops into renewable energy and sheepdog training. With John Craven. Including weather for the week ahead.
Reports and interviews on policy issues and news at national level, with Jeremy Vine. From 12.35, in-depth local stories, presented for viewers in London by Tim Donovan and in the South East by Peter Henley. Including 12.00 News.
(Note: satellite viewers must retune to analogue to see the local element of the above programme)
Presenter (South East):
Fantasy comedy starring
Whoopi Goldberg and Gerard Depardieu. An orphan finds solace in an invisible friend when sent to live with his guardian.
Widescreen. Review page 48. Director Norman Jewison (1996, PG)
Terry Wogan with the live contest in which four acts compete to represent the UK in this year's Eurovision Song Contest, to be held in Latvia in May. Viewers can vote by calling one of the numbers below (maximum cost 10p).
Cry Baby/Jemini [number removed]
Now and Forever/United Colours of Sound [number removed]
Ever Since That Night/Mimi [number removed]
Help Me/Emily Reed [number removed] [website address removed]
United Colours of
Aled Jones is in north Wales where he follows the steps of the ancient pilgrims as he travels from Bangorto the Island of 20,000 Saints, Bardsey Island. Music includes 0 When the Saints; Jesu, Lover of My Soul and 0 the Deep, Deep
Love of Jesus.
The Man Who Invented Yorkshire Funny Stuff. Truly, Clegg and Billy track down a man famous for his green fingers.
Written by Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
The first of two programmes held in the gardens of Renishaw Hall, Derbyshire. Presented by Michael Aspel. Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
Repeated with sign language on Wednesday at 3.15am BBCi: special interactive features are available to digital satellite viewers
Basil plans a surprise wedding anniversary party - but one important element is missing.
Cat on a Bonfire. Matt becomes lost in the countryside.
Written by James Wood ; Producer Rosemarie Whitman
Director Mike Cocker www.bbc.co.uk/downtoearth
rThe drama revolving around a group of factory workers in the North West returns for a new six-part fourth series. Suzie iilts Jamie on their wedding dav. Contains strong language.
Written by Daniel Brocklehurst ; Producer Juliet Charlesworth
Director Brian Grant www.bbc.co.uk/drama
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Helen Willets.
Bush v Saddam. Audiences in London, the US and the Middle
East link up in a debate on how best to tackle Saddam Hussein. Editor Mike Robinson Signed rpt on Wednesday at 2.25am Email questions via www.bbc.co.uk/panorama
NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change
Reporter Donal Macintyre travels the world to find the mother of a boy left in a car and unravels the history of a boy found by chance in an allotment.
Crime drama starring Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges. A bank robber teams up with a young drifter in a bid to outrun his former partners-in-crime. Widescreen. Review page 49. Director Michael Cimino (1974, 18)
The Dark Side. Patrick Moore talks to Professor Carlos Frenk about space's dark matter.
Series producer Jane Fletcher Repeated next sat on BBC2
Followed by Weatherview
Thriller starring Barbara Hershey and Sam Shepard. A lawyer tackles a case where personal and professional feelings clash. Review page 49.
Director Martin Campbell (1991, 18)