Labour MP Paul Boateng and Liberal Democrat
Charles Kennedy take on actresses Brigit Forsyth and Gabrielle Drake in the communication challenge. With Gordon Burns.
Ross King and Anna Walker continue their series of visits to towns and cities in the UK.
Today: a trip to Scarborough.
QUIZCALL: see Tuesday
Regional News; Weather
With Toby Anstis.
The Tent Stop.
Live daily family magazine with Anne Diamond and Nick Owen.
10.50 Life sans f rontieres - living abroad
11.00 News (Subtitled); weather
11.05 Showbiz News
11.20 Library of Romance 11. 30 Video Stars
11.50 Where There's a Will
12.00 News (Subtitled); weather
Presented by Alan Titchmarsh.
... returns with a review of the morning's events.
HOTLINE: see Tuesday
12.55pm Regional News; Weather
With Edward Stourton.
Weather Michael Fish
A Sporting Life. The career of a promising rugby league footballer is put in jeopardy by a horrific car accident.
Word quiz with Rob Curling.
With Andi Peters and Edd.
Picture books to make your dreams come true.
Dave Seville becomes the latest heavy metal superstar.
A six-part comedy drama written by Martin Riley.
The school term is over and it's holiday time. How will the arrival of the cousins affect the Boat Boys' plans?
News for children.
A 12-part Australian comedy. 3: The boys at school have a peeing contest and Bronson is the loser.
Paul pays a high price for his infidelity. Phoebe makes an empty promise to Todd.
With Peter Sissons and Moira Stuart.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Per has a difficult decision to make. Marcus discovers what
Ingrid is up to. Will it be third time lucky when Rosemary and Stanley get married? Episode written by Bill Lyons
(For cast see Monday. Repeated next Monday)
Another chance to see this perennial favourite that links newsreels, movies and performance footage with the music of the time.
1958. In the news - Fuchs and Hillary reach the South Pole, Manchester United's plane crashes at Munich, de Gaulle comes out of retirement to lead
France, Elvis goes into the army and Lady Docker is kicked out of Monaco. The music is by Buddy Holly , Danny and the Juniors, Chuck Berry , the Kalin Twins and Cliff Richard.
Producer Ann Freer
Body Politic. Julian unburdens his frustrations to Sandra.
A seemingly unprovoked crossbow attack causes the casualty staff to turn detective, and Norma realises that she should leave diagnosis to the doctors. With a guest appearance by Jan Harvey.
Written by Ginnie Hole ProducerGeraint Morris
Director Michael Owen Morris
Anne Robinson presents more viewers' comments.
Producer Bernard Newnham
WRITETO: Points of View. BBCtv Centre, London W 1 2 7RJ; or phone [number removed].
RADIO TIMES LETTERS:page
By the Liberal Democrats. (Also shown at 10.00pm on ITVand
10.30pm on BBC2)
With Michael Buerk.
Drama series written by Debbie Horsfield about two mismatched families living in a country mansion.
5: Phoenix makes an announcement that forces Roger to make a decision.
Alister's girlfriend arrives for the weekend, much to Pet's dismay, and both families attend the Cajun barn dance.
Producer Liz Trubridge
Director Simon Cellan Jones
Beginning a powerful two-part film drama of a young woman's search for her errant father, which leads her into a living hell.
Starring Nicole Kidman Denholm Elliott
When her mother dies, Katrina Stanton discovers that the father she has always believed to be dead is, in fact, alive. Her determination to find him takes her to Thailand, where she is plunged into a nightmare.
(Concludingpart next Friday)