With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Monday
With Paul Burden.
With Justin Webb and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday
A variation on sausage and mash.
Topical debate with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
A couple are prepared for a record-breaking sailing attempt. Stereo.
Cookery challenge with Richard Cawley.
Consumer advice programme, with Ruth Langsford , Tony Morris , David Walsh and Paul Roseby.
Including at 11.00 News Regional News and Weather
The team redesign a kitchen in Egham.
Regional News and Weather 2988
Vocabulary panel game. stereo..
Elimination game show. Stereo...
Topical weather stories.
The Robinson and Ramsay feud rages on. Toadie devises a plan to save Lance's skin. Ramsay Street loses a much-loved resident. Repeated at 5.35pm Stereo
Today in Longleat the keepers are searching for a missing she-wolf, while in St Tropez, Lord Bath talks to Paul Heiney about his relationship with the press.
From Ascot. Continuing the afternoon's coverage with the 3.05 and 3.35 races.
Paul and Barry go to help out at the Dan the Van rest home. Written by Rory Clark and Robert Taylor
Highlights from this series in which children compete to send adults to the gunk pool. With Dave Benson Phillips. Last in the series.
First of a six-part drama series. Will Lloyd and Harvey's foster sister Dinah resist the Headmaster?
Based on books by Gillian Cross, adapted by Helen Cresswell
With Stuart Miles, Katy Hill, Richard Bacon and Konnie Huq.
Repeated tomorrow at 8am on BBC2
Shown at 1.45pm Stereo Subtitled .....
Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Weather Helen Young
For details see Monday Subtitled 88
Britain's best young amateur chefs compete for the title of Junior Masterchef, hosted by Loyd Grossman. Tonight chef Alison Yetman and TV presenter and gardening expert Alan Titchmarsh judge three contestants from the South West and Wales.
Tonight a ship with legs that enables tourists in Hawaii to avoid treacherous waters when travelling from one island to another, afire alarm that guides people out of a smoke-filled building, and three more gadgets are put on trial. Presented by Peter Snow and Philippa Forrester, with Jez Nelson. Craig Doyle and Anya Sitaram. Producer Penny Southgate; Editor Saul Nasse
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Continuing the documentary series about the Irnham Lodge surgery in Minehead, Somerset. GP Dr Paul Slade 's mind is on cream cakes and scones as he prepares for another weigh-in with patient Dot Lupo. Later, a patient who has previously caused him problems returns, as well as another he finds difficult to handle. At the end of the day, Dr Tim Ross holds the fort while the rest of the casualty department take on the RNLI in a game of cricket.
Actor Paul Gross of the TV series Due South and indie pop band Snug join Carol Smillie as she hosts the midweek lottery draw.
Carol Vorderman takes over as the new regular presenter.
Write to Points of View, BBC TV, London W12 7TS, or phone/fax on (0181) [number removed]. The e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org Producer Annie Lewis Marffy
With Peter Sissons.
Weather Helen Young
Followed by National Lottery Update
There are plans for a controversial new Gasforth by-pass and Fowler faces a dilemma when Patricia decides to spend her fortnight's leave joining the travelling tribe of road protesters known as the Dongers.
Written by Ben Elton ; Director John Birkin Producers Ben Elton and Geoffrey Perkins Repeat Stereo
Science-fiction adventure starring Jean-Claude Van Damme
In 2004, Max Walker becomes one of an elite group assigned to police the use of time travel technology. To help him foil the plans of a corrupt senator, Walker is sent back to 1994, the year his wife was murdered.
Director Peter Hyams (1994, 18)
+ See Films: pages 51-60 ***
Highlights of today's second one-day international between the West Indies and England from Barbados.
Coverage of day one in the World Figure Skating championships, from Minneapolis, USA. In the men's short programme, Russia's Ilia Kulik begins his attempt to add a World to his Olympic title. Meanwhile, Britain's Steven Cousins begins the championship with his confidence boosted by his sixth place finish in this year's Winter Olympics.
Introduced by Barry Davies with commentary by Robin Cousins.
BBC1 joins the news station.