Presented by Simon McCoy and Kate Silverton.
Will Basil and co get the Christmas they really want?
7/13; series one. Marnie comes face to face with Toledo the shapeshifter.
Highlights of July's concerts
Masterminded by Bob Geldof to raise awareness of world poverty. Among the old guard were Paul McCartney , Elton John and Sting; established acts included Coldplay, U2 and Madonna; and the latest sounds came from artists such as the Killers and Scissor Sisters. Executive producers Lorna Dickinson and Elaine Paterson
lime on Our Hands. In a show from Christmas 1996, Raquel's parents come to dinner chez Trotter.
What will they make of it - and Del?
Writer John Sullivan ; Producer
Gareth GWenlan ; Director Tony Dow
Regional News; Weather
Dylan goes nude in the name of art. Elle causes more hassle for Izzie. Repeated at 5.35pm
IComedy adventure starring
Cuba Gooding Jr and James Coburn. Floridadentist Ted Brooks is still coming to terms with the fact that he's adopted when he travels to Alaska to pick up an inheritance. But another shock awaits him when he arrives - he's the owner of a Pack of sled dogs. Review page 85. Director Brian Levant (2002. PG)
Classic comedy caper starring
- Michael Caine and Noël Coward. When Charlie Croker is released from prison, he is soon up to no Qood, planning a gold bullion robbery that is to take place in Turin - right under the noses of the Mafia. Review page 85. Director Peter Collinson (1969. PG)
V6. Young spelling specialists rom the South East of England and Northern Ireland compete for a Place in the grand final.
Shown at 1.30pm
With Natasha Kaplinsky.
Regional News; Weather with Peter Gibbs.
r Young collectors gather at Bristol's British Empire and Commonwealth Museum to display such marvels as a tiny zoo hidden in a seed pod, a book of gruesome medical treatments, and a broken tennis racquet once belonging to John McEnroe. With Michael Aspel. Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw
New series 1/3. Do famous people fare any better than ordinary mortals under interrogation by John Humphrys? Sir Tim Rice, Natalie Cassidy, Jeremy Edwards and Jeremy Beadle find out, answering questions on the solar system, Friends, Johnny Depp and London capital murders (1900-1940). More tomorrow, 6.30pm. Director Derek Hallworth; Producer Karina Brennan
Sharon fears for Dennis' safety following Johnny's attack. Can she persuade him to leave Walford?
Writer Alison Fisher Cast on pages 124 and 140
Eerie sci-fi fantasy thriller, starring Mel Gibson and Joaquin Phoenix. When a 500ft crop circle appears on his isolated Pennsylvania farm, Graham Hess is at a loss to explain the phenomenon. Hiding his fears from his three small children, Graham increasingly suspects an alien life form is at large. Review page 85.
Director M Night Shyamalan (2002,12)
With Natasha Kaplinsky. Regional News
Then Weather with Helen Willetts.
The Merseyside derby between Everton and Liverpool is likely to have been the most hotly contested of today's games, but Chelsea had a point to prove against recent bugbears Manchester City, while title-chasers Arsenal and Manchester United needed points from Portsmouth and Birmingham respectively. With Gary Lineker.
Repeated tomorrow on BBC2 at 9am
Followed by National Lottery Update
Gritty thriller starring John Wayne.
- When his partner is shot, maverick cop Lon McO vows to bring the killer to justice. But he hasn't counted on a deadly conspiracy within Seattle's police force. Review page 85.
Director John Sturges (1974,15)
Followed by Skiing Weather
Bill Oddie takes us to some of his childhood haunts in North Kent in September, & looks for dormice.
In the last of the current series, Bill Oddie braves the British winter to search for wildlife in Devon.