With Tanya Beckett.
Timetable on Monday ...................................
With Tanya Beckett.
With John Nicolson and Sophie Raworth. Timetable on Monday
Studio debate show.
Regional News and Weather
Lively daily chat show. Subtitled ...
Kirsty Wark presents live coverage from Edinburgh as the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and the Prince of Wales attend this historic event. After street festivities in the heart of the city, John Milne describes the opening ceremony in the Parliamentary Chamber on the Mound, where the Queen will address politicians in the first Scottish Parliament to sit since 1707.
See today's choices.
Editor Atholl Duncan
Will Pinhead remember anything about his accident? Sarah faces Karl at the surgery after cutting her hand.
Repeated at 5.35pm Subtitled ...............
Weather subtitled .....................................
Desmond Lynam introduces live semi-final coverage of the ladies' singles. The reigning champion is Jana Novotna , who at this stage last year beat her doubles partner Martina Hingis to book a place in the final against France's
Nathalie Tauziat , conqueror of Belarus's Natasha Zvereva
Animated antics. Repeat Subtitled ...................
MrWymi turns himself into a matron to stop Violet or Magda from becoming chief of all the matrons. This week's episodes written by Malcolm Lane
Horror drama series.
Deep Trouble (part 1). Billy and Sheena spend a summer vacation with their strange uncle, DrDeep. Subtitled.
In the last episode of the comedy drama, the band's contract with Howard is over - but where do they go from here?
Episode written by Kim Fuller Subtitled...
Followed by Rewind 1951: Little Mo Kasey Collins tells how 16-year-old
Maureen "Little Mo" Connolly became the youngest-ever US tennis champion. Repeated tomorrow morning on BBC2
Shown at 12.35pm Subtitled ...................
With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary. summed 23
Regional Variations (2)
For details see Monday Subtitled ........ 75
Followed by Weather Michael Fish
The investigative fashion and beauty programme presented by Alice Beer. This week an examination of the claims of electrical muscle stimulators which promise a flatter tummy in weeks without pain. And a look at genetically-modified soya being used in lipstick and face creams. Plus Angela Rippon tests waterproof mascara. Series producer Lisa Ausden Editor Owen Gay
Digital widescreen Subtitled.....
Lenny questions Matt's innocence and Bianca tries to deny her feelings for Dan.
For cast see Tuesday Subtitled BBC video and book: The Mitchells:
Naked Truths video, price Â£13.99; Blood Ties: the Life and Loves of Grant Mitchell by Kate Lock, available in paperback. Â£4.99
Terry Wogan continues the new series of foul-ups and failures from the sporting world.
Tonight the accidental action highlights incompetence in the fields of golf and tennis plus a look at some truly spectacular own goals. Commentator
Dougie Donnelly joins in the fun while comedian Kevin Day explains why supporting Crystal Palace FC is no laughing matter. Director Ben Kellett ; Producer Tom Webber
Continuing the series about life at Birmingham children's hospital. Nine-year-old Andrew [text removed] has a transplant to replace his damaged kidneys.
But a week later the new kidney starts to fail and Andrew must go for an urgent scan.
Meanwhile, 13-year-old Amy [text removed] comes in for an eye-operation: one of her eyes was destroyed by cancer when she was three and the pins holding the false one in place have become infected.
Producer Samina Baig
Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff
With Peter Sissons.
Regional News; Weather
Michael Fish Subtitled .....
Gary drunkenly proposes to Dorothy then regrets it. Meanwhile, Tony is bugging Deborah in more ways than one.
Celebrity panel show about television, hosted by Jonathan Ross , with regular team captains Jack Dee and Julian Clary. The guests on this week's edition are Gladiator Wolf, John Inman , star of Are You Being Served?, laconic presenter and stand-up, Mark Lamarr and children's comedians Trevor and Simon. Director David G Croft
Producers Andy Davies and Jon Naismith Repeated next Tuesday
Money. Edmund is in arrears-not a good idea when his money- lender is the poker-wielding Bishop of Bath and Wells.
Written by Richard Curtis and Ben Elton Director Mandie Fletcher ; Producer
John Lloyd Repeat
Sitcom set in Tudor England. Edmund is in trouble when he is visited by a debt-collecting bishop armed with a red-hot poker.
The discussion programme in which leading politicians are put on the spot by questions from the studio audience. This week's show comes from
Birmingham. Presented by David Dimbleby.
Executive producer George Carey Series editor Charlie Courtauld
Kirsty Wark introduces highlights of the opening of the new Scottish parliament earlier today. Subtitled ....
Mystery thriller starring
Streetwise Los Angeles lawyer Jessie Lee Stubbs is on the trail of a man who can clear her client when murder complicates the case.
Director Michael Miller (1992. PG)
* See Films: pp 50-54 **
Followed by Weather