With Tanya Beckett.
Timetable on Tuesday ............................
With Tanya Beckett.
With John Nicolson and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Tuesday Subtitled ............
Weekday studio debate. AUDIENCE: fordetails on how to join ring 0990
Two more budding chefs challenge
Brian Turnerto beat their efforts using the same setof ingredients. Subtitled ..........
Daily chat show.
Regional News and Weather
More real-life drama from the wards of Southampton general. Subtitled.
Regional News and Weather
Antiques game show..................
Another edition of the 60-second non-stop-talk panel game. Subtitled ..
Topical weather stories.
Weather Subtitled ...........................
Tension mounts to see which Ramsay Street residents will bare all on the "full monty" benefit night. Will Karl and Susan help Bill finance his business?
Repeatedat5.35pm Subtitled ........
A Death in Academe. A student's suicide reflects badly on her professor, whose own life could also be in danger. Repeat
Celebrity homes game. Subtitled .
It's growing up day at the Roundabout Stop.
Animated adventures with Baz and her pony friends.
Continuing the adventure series. Rosa is ill, so Les has been left to run the office on his own.
Detective drama with the 12-year-old descendant of the famous sleuth.
A series of strange lights and some memory-loss victims point to extra-terrestrial activity.
The fifth of a six-part science-fiction drama. The Demon Headmaster is after Dinah.
Screenplay by Helen Cresswell, from The Demon Headmaster Takes Over by Gillian Cross
Stuart Miles, Katy Hill, Konnie Huq and Simon Thomas present the programme from Beaumaris in Wales.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.55am on BBC2
Shown at 1.40pm
With Anna Ford and Justin Webb.
Weather Michael Fish
For details see Tuesday Subtitled ...
Continuing the twice-weekly series about the staff and visitors at a Barbados hotel. Tonight two youngchefsfrom Scotland arrive to add a European flavourto the hotel's kitchens, while Adam, the entertainments manager, also has to cope with a sewage leak at the beach restaurant.
From Johannesburg, the crime capital of the world, how one inventor is combating burglars and car thieves using flamethrowers which the police say is legal, how scientists are working with traditional healers to fight drug resistant tuberculosis, and a look at the future of game parks. With Philippa Forresterand Craig Doyle. See today's choices. Producer Robi Dutta : Editor Saul Nasse
Digital widescreen Subtitled ........... FURTHER DETAILS: Ceefax page 623. the TW Information Line: [number removed] or on the Internet: http://www.bbc.co.uk/tw
This week a four-poster bed made out of copper pipes and the cheapest panelled room in history, are installed in two
Aberdeen homes. With designers Anna Ryder-Richardson and Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen , and DIY expert Andy Kane. Hosted by Carol Smillie.
Director Nick Vaughan-Barratt
Producer Ann Hill Repeat
Six neglected kittens and their mother are brought in by a warden this week, while the home thinks someone has thrown out an old
jack russell , found wandering the streets almost too weak to stand. Jack the lurcherstill hasn'tfoundahome.so Battersea's staff double their efforts. With Shauna Lowry. Executive producer Bob Long : Series producer Steve Sklair Subtitled.
Angela Griffin presents the live midweek National Lottery Draw, with local stories and Kenny Rogers singing his 1969 hit Ruby Don't Take Your Love to Town.
Director Tony Gregory : Producer Noleen Doyle Digital widescreen Subtitled .... NOTE: previous winning numbers from lottery draws are available on Ceefax page 555 or bycalling 0645
With Michael Buerk.
Regional News; Weather
Michael Fish subtnied ..........
Then National Lottery Update
A new series of variety shows presented by Hale and Pace.
More well-known names battle it out in Celebrity Quiz, there's another star impersonation of a famous musical act in Stars with Smoke in their Eyes, studio audience auditions and a search forthe most generous towns in Britain. This week'sguests include Keith Chegwin , Leslie Ash , Barbara Dickson ,
John Leslie , Ian StJohn and Jon Vine.
Director Peter Orton ; Producer
Candida Julian-Jones Subtitled.
Highlights from tonight's three crucial Premiership clashes,
Liverpool v Manchester United,
Tottenham v Arsenal and Chelsea against Leeds. Plus action from Leicester v Derby. Introduced by Desmond Lynam , with Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking. Commentary by Barry Davies , John Motson and Tony Gubba.
BBC MATCH OF THE DAY MAGAZINE: available monthly
This week reviews of Forces of Nature, the comedy romance starring Sandra Bullock and Ben Affieck , and Orphans, directed by Peter Mullen.
Director David Council ; Producer
Five strangers are gathered for a high school detention, but soon break all the rules, bare their souls and find true friendship in the unlikliest of places.
Postponed from 28 April
Director John Hughes (1985, 15)
♦ See Films: pages 54-61 ****
Followed by Weather