A brand new look for BBC One
Professor Robert Winston's fascinating new series on the human body, Superhuman, makes its debut on Sunday 15 October. Later that evening, the first Sunday night edition of Panorama explores the ethical policies of giants Nike and Gap.
Grumpy Victor Meldrew (Richard Wilson), who meets his maker in the final series of One Foot in the Grave, and those hilarious telly addicts, The Royle Family, make up a comedy double bill from 9.00 to 10.00pm on Monday 16 October followed by the first edition of the Ten O'Clock News.
The blockbuster movie, Will Smith's Men In Black, receives its network TV premiere on Tuesday 17 October and Richard E Grant returns for new swashbuckling adventures as The Scarlet Pimpernell on Wednesday 18 October. Also on Wednesday there's a chance to see some of the UK's top
sports stars' most embarrassing moments as Jonathan Ross presents They Think It's All Over - Acting.
Angus Deayton, Paul Merton and Ian Hislop bring the must-see satirical news quiz, Have I Got News For You, from BBC Two to BBC One for a new series beginning on Friday 20 October and the new late-night comedy Too Much Sun, starring The Full Monty's Mark Addy, follows the Ten O'Clock News.
BBC Director of Television Mark Thompson says: "This line-up represents the new-look BBC One - it makes clear sense for the viewer and it offers a rich, varied but popular mixed schedule with news still at its heart."