With Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Tuesday (S from 7am)
With Sara Coburn.
The studio debate.
Followed by News and Weather
Sue Cook and Alan Tyler file another bulletin from Manchester as a celebrity chef cooks for women in confinement. Plus a couple with renewed hope of raising a family. Followed by News and Weather
Simon Biagi meets pupils who turned their classroom into a prehistoric museum.
Sally Magnusson meets a couple who had to prove they were the right match for an African toddler. Followed by News and Weather
Today: the love affair between the British and Mallorca. With
Will Toadie welcome an unexpected house guest?
Repeated at 5.35pm
An Explosive Murder. An undercover cop infiltrates terrorists.
Carla Lane 's comedy.
The Tweenies think a monster is lurking behind the curtains.
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Animation about a Captain Bilge and his pirate ship, the Rubber Duck. Poop's sneeze causes chaos on deck.
Continuing the drama series about a boy who runs a TV studio with three monsters.
There's fan mail for Dr Dog (Herbert), but none for Nurse Doris (Rocky).
Written by Jim Eldridge
The Thornberrys visit a spooky mansion.
A new show in which
Shauna Lowry and her team - Robert the cook and Elaine the designer-tour the country visiting families and helping them organise their parties. The series kicks off in Liverpool with a visit to the Chinn household.
Helping them with their street party are soccer stars John Barnes and Robbie Fowler , and EastEnders actress Natalie Cassidy.
Regional Variations (2)
To celebrate Blue Peter's big 60th Birthday we look back to a classic episode from the archive. In this episode from 2000, the boxes from 1971 and 1984 are opened.
Shown at 1.45pm
With Fiona Bruce. Including a weather summary and a preview of the weekend sport.
For details see Tuesday
Followed by Weather with Helen Young
In this special edition of the quiz featuring living legends of international sport, John Parrott isjoined by former world heavyweight boxing champion Evander Holyfield and Spanish golfing stalwart Seve Ballesteros. Ally McCoist's team comprises 100m and 200m world sprinting champion Maurice Greene and formidable New Zealand rugby winger Jonah Lomu. Sue Barker fires the questions. Producer Carl Doran
Jamie Theakston introduces the fast-moving music show featuring live performances, the latest videos, this week's top 20 and the bestselling single.
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Top of the Pops - the Magazine: available from newsagents
Chasing the Dragon. When Anton's sister arrives needing a heart operation, he stands to inherit her money if things go awry while facing the disapproval of her husband.
Jasmine is inundated with work on her first day as nurse practitioner. The programme contains scenes which some viewers might find disturbing. See Choice.
Written by Sam Wheats ; Producer Yvon Grace ; Director Julie Edwards
With Michael Buerk. Regional News
Weekend Weather with Helen Young
Thriller. Veteran detective William Somerset and his new partner, rookie David Mills , discover alarming evidence that links two gruesome murders - a serial killer is working his way through the seven deadly sins, and there are five more brutal killings to come.
Director David Fincher (1995, 18)
Films: pp 56-64 *****
Horror fantasy. Mysterious renegade Brayker seeks refuge in a desolate boarding house, but finds himself defending the residents against insatiable demons. Leading the forces of darkness is the evil Collector, who is determined to regain possession of an ancient talisman from Brayker. Widescreen.
Director Ernest Dickerson (1995. 18) Films: pp 56-64 **
Followed by Weatherview
Ray Stubbs introduces coverage of the Club World
Championship match between Real Madrid and Brazilian champions Corinthians, the bookmakers' favourite to lift the trophy. Plus full delayed coverage of Asian Super Cup holders Al-Nassr's clash with the African Champions'
League winners, Raja of Morocco.