Programme Index

Discover 10,100,220 listings and 229,802 playable programmes from the BBC

Continuing the comedy.

When Mr Wymi hacks into Matron's computer to destroy her labour-saving programme, he causes world chaos.

Contributors

Writer:
Malcolm Lane
Mr Wymi:
Ian Angus Wilkie
Billy:
James Young
Matron:
Juliet Wallace
Henry:
Reginald Marsh
Maude:
Sheila Latimer
Julie:
Dawn Reid
Sid:
Iain Gouck
Alt:
Gavin Mitchell
Internet girl:
Gail Porter
Hacker-Tracker:
Tim Vincent
Hacker-Tracker:
Chris Jarvis

The art show returns for a 12-part series, presented by Mark Speight, Jay Burridge and Josie D'Arby. This week advice on selecting the right frames for photographs and how to create pictures underwater.
(Repeated tomorrow at 7.50am on BBC2)

Contributors

Presenter:
Mark Speight
Presenter:
Jay Burridge
Presenter:
Josie D'Arby

Cher gets an unexpected invitation. Teraise worries about Jack.
This week's episodes written by Stephen Mcateer

Contributors

Writer:
Stephen McAteer
Cher:
Jody Baldwin
Teraise:
Adele Taylor
Jack:
Edward Scott
Lou:
Anne Orwin
Sian:
Charlie Hardwick
Karen:
Kimberly Dunbar
Jake:
Nick Figgis
Harry:
Leah Jones

Featuring the latest consumer news and investigative reports on everything from car dealers to supermarkets and banks to tour operators. With Alice Beer.
(Subtitled)
Hotline: phone on [number removed]. Calls charged at national rate; e-mail: [email address removed]
(Weekend Watchdog with Anne Robinson continues tomorrow at 7pm)
Alice Beer's Kind of Day: page

Contributors

Presenter:
Anne Robinson
Reporter:
Alice Beer
Series Producer:
Lisa Ausden
Editor:
Helen O'Rahilly

Lenny gets more than he bargained for when Teresa takes action. Louise makes an unexpected new friend. Meanwhile, Sonia and Robbie are left home alone when Ricky and Bianca go on holiday.
(For cast see Tuesday)
(Omnibus edition on Sunday)
(Subtitled)

Concluding the current series of against-the-clock gardening challenges. A new series will follow next year.

Tonight Alan Titchmarsh, Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh visit Rainham in Kent where they plan to transform a front garden without the owner knowing.

See today's choices.
See Alan Titchmarsh: page 50

Contributors

Presenter/Expert:
Alan Titchmarsh
Expert:
Charlie Dimmock
Expert:
Tommy Walsh
Producer:
John Thornicroft
Executive producer:
Carol Haslam

Continuing the fly-on-the-wall series about the refurbishment of Selfridges in Oxford Street, London. In tonight's episode, the staff battle it out to see who can open the most customer accounts in a week, as David Wilkinson has offered an enticing prize to the winners.
(Subtitled)
Web Site: [web address removed]

Contributors

Subject:
David Wilkinson
Producer:
Sarah Cable
Executive Producer:
Olivia Lichtenstein

A new six-part drama about forbidden love set in a Yorkshire police station, starring Steven Mackintosh, Daniela Nardini, Lennie James

When an undercover vice squad detective, Tom, goes missing while investigating the murder of a prostitute, his wife Lois and his best friend Matt, who are also detectives, set out to search for him.

See today's choices.
(Repeated tomorrow 10.55pm)
Hearts of Darkness: page 4

Contributors

Writer:
Peter Bowker
Producer:
Jane Fallon
Director:
John Strickland
Tom Howarth:
Steven Mackintosh
Lois Howarth:
Daniela Nardini
Matthew Lomas:
Lennie James
Sarah May:
Lisa Coleman
Jim Ryan:
David Troughton
Jimmy Hatcher:
Tony Curran
Wesley Carter:
Trevor H. Laird
Annie Gibson:
Buffy Davis
Harry Blake:
Andy Dennehy
Holly Lomas:
Leonie Elliott
Fiona:
Nimmy March
Jade:
Mossie Smith
Shelley Marsh:
Samantha Dent
Patrick Irving:
Julian Harries

The first in a new series of talk shows in which Clive Anderson interviews a host of stars from the worlds of film, music, politics, sport and literature.
See today's choices.
Clive talking... This Week: page 5

Contributors

Presenter:
Clive Anderson
Producer:
Ruth Wallis
Series Producer:
Dan Patterson
Series Producer:
Anne Marie Thorogood

David Dimbleby presents the series which invites the public to put politicians on the spot.

Tonight's programme comes from Manchester, during the week of the Labour Party conference. The panel includes Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, Chris Smith; Deputy Party Chairman for the Conservative Party, Michael Ancram; Baroness Emma Nicholson; General Secretary for Unison, Rodney Bickerstaffe; and the leader writer for The Daily Telegraph, Janet Daley.

Audience: for an application form to join the studio audience for future programmes around the country, phone [number removed]. Calls will cost no more than 25p

Contributors

Presenter:
David Dimbleby
Panellist:
Chris Smith
Panellist:
Michael Ancram
Panellist:
Baroness Emma Nicholson
Panellist:
Rodney Bickerstaffe
Panellist:
Janet Daley
Executive Producer:
George Carey
Series Editor:
Charlie Courtauld

Concluding the two-part drama about the young John F Kennedy, starring Patrick Dempsey, Terry Kinney, Loren Dean

Torn between his love for Inga and obedience to his father, Jack turns his attention to the war.
(Repeat) (Subtitled)

Followed by Weather

Contributors

John F Kennedy:
Patrick Dempsey
Joe Kennedy Sr:
Terry Kenney
Joe Kennedy Jr:
Loren Dean
Inga Arvad:
Yolanda Jilot
Kathleen 'Kick' Kennedy:
Robin Tunney
Honey Fitz:
Malachy McCourt

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About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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