Regional Variations (2)
With Dermot Murnaghan and Kate Silverton. (5)
With Dermot Murnaghan and Kate Silverton. (5)
A couple looking for their first home, try out some property in Manchester.
A behind-the-scenes peek at life on the wards at Guy's and St
Thomas' hospitals, London. Followed by News; Weather
Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts view properties before they go to auction. In this programme, they visit a three-bed semi in Lancashire and a terraced house in Stoke.
Two teams of ramblers are looking to swell their wallets in the historic city of York. Followed by News; Weather
A collector from near Manchester wants to exchange his treasures for a silver tea set.
Regional News; Weather
Stingray and Rachel decide to make their relationship public.
Repeated at 5.35pm
The Wedding 1/2. Joe consoles a sick patient's husband on the eve of their daughter's wedding. The story concludes tomorrow. Writer Anne-Marie McCormack
For cast see page 34
Murder Can Be Murder. Jesse suspects an improper procedure was the cause of a patient's death,
Mrs Dribelle's niece moves in with her drum kit.
Objects are vanishing into a void.
The tribe enjoy a record hunt.
Alex feels jealous when Taj dates Natalie.
2/14. Dramatised by Gerard Foster from the novel by Michael Lawrence.
It's the first day at school for Vlad and Ingrid. Can they keep the fact that they are vampires a secret from their new school mates?
Shown at 1.40pm
Hosted by George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. (5) news.bbc.co.uk
Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett. IS)
14/15. The three remaining contestants are given the toughest challenge yet as they attempt to cook haute cuisine for none other than the Roux family at Le Gavroche. John Torode and Gregg Wallace sit in judgement as lunch is served. (5)
Denise fears for Libby's safety, but can she find her before Owen carries out his evil threat?
Writer James Payne This week's episodes produced by Tanya Nash and directed by Michael Owen Morris For cast see page 34
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 [web address removed]
New series 1/5. Supermodel Lisa Butcher and soul singer Mica Paris step into the chic shoes of Trinny and Susannah for a new-look show. The celebrity best mates both developed their own styles through the demands of being teenage stars and single mums. Now they invite a gaggle of sartorially challenged guests to party at their place, two of whom will undergo the transformative journey towards tailored self-esteem via the devastating 360-degree mirror. www.bbc.co.uk/whatnottowear The Inside Story: page
2/6. Caesar. A portrait of the most famous Roman of them all. Julius Caesar was a maverick, a soldier of genius, charming, savage, power-hungry and opportunistic. He managed to overthrow a 500-year-old republic and begin the age of emperors, possibly the single greatest turning point in Roman history.
Writers James Wood and Jeremy Hylton Davies ; Producer Mark Hedgecoe ; Director Nick Green
Signed rpt next Wed
I Claudius continues the theme at 11pm on BBC visit www.bbc.co.uk/history to play CDX, a mystery about a Roman cult
RT DIRECT: order the hardback Ancient Rome for just E13.99 incl p&p (RRP E18.99). Call [number removed] (landline calls cost a maximum of 8p per min) or send a cheque, payable to BBC Shop, to BBC Shop, [address removed], quoting [text removed] Latin lover: page 59
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
Leader of the House of Commons Jack Straw, former Home Secretary Ken Clarke, Liberal Democrat Baroness Tonge, writer and broadcaster Piers Morgan and novelist Sandra Howard face the public as David Dimbleby chairs the debate in Manchester.
Contact: phone [number removed] (cost 25p), text [number removed] or email via the website: [web address removed].
Andrew Neil , Diane Abbott and Michael Portillo analyse the latest political events. Producers Vicky Flind ; Editor Jamie Donald Repeated tomorrow at 5pm on BBC Parliament www.bbc.co.uk/thisweek
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Panorama Has It Got to Be Gordon? Andrew Marr analyses Gordon Brown 's capabilities as the potential next Prime Minister. Shown on Sunday at 10.15pm
1.05 Vet Safari 6/7. Can Emma and the family attach a tracking collar to a large bull elephant?
1.35 The People's Museum 5/5. The works of Shakespeare and a Supermarine Spitfire vie for inclusion.
(s - from 3am)
BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.
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