With Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
Lion cubs react angrily when they
! are inoculated. (Revised rpt)
Properties in east London's
Leyton, Ilkeston in Derbyshire and Atworth in Wiltshire.
1 Followed by News; Weather
! 6/10. Tips on how to make the most of Turin's 18km of shopping arcades. Followed by News; Weather
Two teams compete at an antiques fair in Warwick.
Mark Houghton wants money to fund a family reunion.
Stuart's brother causes a stir.
Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)
Who's Been Sleeping in My
Bed. An Alzheimer's patient is found asleep at her old home.
Writer David Lloyd
Mikey Tank' Riley:
Déjà Vous. Sloan's son falls for a mysterious woman.
An evil alien wants the Brain's cranium for its dinner.
The gang go on a game show.
The rocket builders must find jobs after they run out of funds.
Zoe and Gethin visit Vermont in America.
See Kids' TV Choices: page
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
New series 1/6. Child expert Kris Murrin comes to the aid of families whose diet threatens their health. Alma and Ian [text removed] are in for a shock when they see what their seven-stone, seven-year-old son Michael could look like when he is 40. Will they change their lifestyle? Series producer Robin Ashbrook First shown on BBC3 Honey We're Killing the Kids Revisited is on Mondays on BBC3
New series 1/4. Acid-tongued fashionistas Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine revisit some of their guinea pigs to see if they have heeded their style tips. Mums and Babies. Mother of two Michalina was advised to wear looser clothing on the bottom half of her body, while Sara's fashion style fell down her list of priorities after she gave birth to triplets.
Director Lee Salisbury ; Series producer Kirsty Hanson
DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
New series 1/6. David Attenborough 's latest, spectacular feast of natural history burrows into the unseen world of the invertebrate, utilising cutting-edge technology to shed new light on a miniature universe never before shown on television. Invasion of the Land. David visits South Africa and Central America to introduce us to millipedes, leopard slugs and harvestmen, as he tells how animals left the sea to colonise the land over 400 million years ago. Producer Peter Bassett ; Series producer Mike Salisbury (AD) BBC Wildlife magazine: new edition out on 24 November, price E3.10 A bug's life: page 14; Book offer: page 18; Moment of the Week: page 73; The Inside Story: page
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Helen Willetts.
New series 1/8. Alan Yentob 's eclectic arts show returns. Elgar and the Missing Piano Concerto. Famous for his cello and violin concertos, it's not widely known that Edward Elgar also wrote sketches for a piano concerto. This often hilarious film shows how the embryonic piece - a performance of which follows - came to life. Director John Bridcut ; Series editor Janet Lee
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Soloist David Owen Norris , backed by the BBC Concert Orchestra under the baton of David Lloyd-Jones , performs the world premiere of Robert Walker 's realisation of Elgar's unfinished work. With Alan Yentob. Director Kris Russman ; Producer John Bridcut
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Followed by National Lottery Update
Episodic comedy starring Walter viatthau. A hotel suite is the setting for three stories nvolving a disenchanted husband, a Hollywood producer and a bride's father. Review page 65.
Director Arthur Hiller (1971, PG)
Followed by Weatherview
ONE life 3/7. A woman with two wombs. (SL)
218. Horticultural design.
4/13. An underwater forest. (SL)