With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Timetable on Monday Then The National Lottery Dally Play
Weekday studio discussion.
Executive editor David O'Keeffe AUDIENCE: for details on how to join, ring [number removed] (national rate) Followed by News; Weather
Actors from the innovative, long-running 60s/70s BBC police series Z Cars recall on-and off-screen moments.
Followed by News; Weather
Cash is needed to help buy an electric wheelchair.
Two married couples take up the challenge at Wetherby in West Yorkshire. Followed by News; Weather
Vicky Williamson hunts out the ultimate in Majorca's baby care. And Pop Idol's Korben makes his Ibiza debut.
Taj moves into the Kennedys. Repeated at 5.35pm
Dead Man Talking. A video diary recorded by a patient who died helps Mac to carry on. Writer David Howard
Cast on Monday/Friday
Fatal Confession 2/2. The cold-hearted killer could get their comeuppance unless Father Frank can intervene.
First shown on ITV
3.20 News; Weather; Regional
A letter goes missing.
Binky decides not to perform any more good deeds.
4.10 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza is troubled by tales of a dragon that haunts the bay.
4.35 Powers (New series)
1/13. Teenager Mark can read minds and move objects without touching them. Ghostly happenings are reported at an old hotel.
Writer Jim Eldridge
5.00 Blue Peter
The Wednesday Quest specials return with a hunt in smoggy London for the Blue Stone.
Signed repeat tomorrow at 7am on BBC2
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Professor Henry Powers:
Dr Mary Holland:
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary.
Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish.
3/5. As well as an update on Bibi the lioness's cubs, Kike the cheetah and her family hunt for warthogs and angry baboons attack Bella the leopard and her babies.
Liverpool footballers Chris Kirkland and Jamie Carragher join UK snooker champion Matthew Stevens and British 400m record holder Iwan Thomas as guests on the quiz. Producer Ade Rawcliffe ; Series producer Caroline Roberts
Repeated next Saturday
1/2. Another chance to see the drama written and directed by Stephen Poliakoff in which the grandeur of Edwardian Britain is seen through the eyes of young prince Johnnie, who is exiled to Sandringham with his nanny on account of his epilepsy. Concludes next Wednesday.
Producer John Chapman
Songs of Praise. The BBC is due to film their hymn-singing programme in Dibley. Unfortunately, the village doesn't have a choir. With guest star Peter Capaldi.
Writer Richard Curtis : Director Dewi Humphreys ; Producer Jon Plowman
With Fiona Bruce. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish.
Then National Lottery Update
Nobel Prize-winning scientist Sir Paul Nurse reveals what the future might hold in the war on cancer. Some scientists believe they could be on the verge of treating many varieties in a new way - using medicines that target cancer cells themselves, so called "magic bullets". Cameras follow father of two Mitch Baines as he tries to keep his leukaemia under control with one experimental drug of tomorrow.
Director/Producer Natasha Bondy
Horror comedy starring Fred Ward. In the small town of Perfection, the "graboids" have seemingly been destroyed. But the giant, hungry man-eating underground worms prove resilient and move to an oil field in Mexico. Review page 48. Director SS Wilson (1995, 12)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed programmes. Ends 4.30
Bodysnatchers 1/3. The series on parasites features victims of squirm-inducing encounters. Ross Kemp narrates.
2.15 Innovation Nation 6/6. The final. Which of the designs -the nifty pen, collapsible bin or leak-proof goggles - won?
3.05 Antiques Roadshow A visit to Mount Stewart in County Down.
Northern Ireland. Hosted by Michael Aspel.
3.50 Welcome to Britain 3/4. individuals trying to gain entry into
Britain via the British High Commission in Accra, Ghana, where officers decide who can be granted a visa.