with Selina Scott and Nick Ross in the studio, and Frank Bough reporting from St
Mary's Hospital in Portsmouth in BBCl's week of live programmes, Hospital Watch. Timetable:
News on the hour and half hour read by Sue Carpenter
Weather with Francis Wilson at 6.55, 7.25, 7.55, 8.25, 8.55
Nationwide news, weather and travel from local
BBC studios at 6.57, 7.27,
7.57 and 8.27
Sports news at 7.20 and 8.20 Including this morning: The Top 20 at 7.32;
Beverly Alt presents this week's fashion tips; and Alison Mitchell keeps an eye on the finances and takes your calls on [number removed].
Presenter Chloe Ashcroft Guest Brian Jameson Story: A Very Big Fish by ROBINA BECKLES WILLSON
Parveen Mirza 's guests today are Nafees Salam ,
Rajni Sharma and Asiya Sultana , with whom she discusses different hobbies, such as house-plants and car maintenance.
Surekha Kothari sings a geet and Indira Ghatak plays a film tune on Hawaiian guitar. An Asian Unit presentation BBCPebbleMill
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale
News Headlines with subtitles
Weather News JOHN KETTLEY
with Paul Coia , Marian Foster and Bob Langley
Today Sue Hicks brings 'a taste of the sea' to the programme, a new series which examines new ways of cooking fish.
Music is provided by the talented Ruby Turner. Editor PETER HERCOMBE BBC Pebble Mill
A See-Saw programme by PETER FIRMIN and Oliver POSTGATE (R)
Written by MAURICE DODD Featuring with JUDY BENNETT , SHEILA STEAFEL and PETER HAWKINS Music by TREVOR JONES Executive producer
GRAHAM CLUTTERBUCK (R)
The Chuckle Brothers in Music Mayhem
When the ChuckleHounds take delivery of a grand piano, not everything is harmonious .. ! Music DAVE COOKE
Designer MARCUS NORTH Producer MARTIN HUGHES BBC Manchester
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The scruffy ginger cat which rules his neighbourhood The Great Milk Factory Fracas and Kitty a la Carte (R)
by CLIVE KING
Told by Christopher Guard for Jackanory
Today: The Snargets
try to deliver James Bond's new car in Bond Bombed (R)
Hosted by Vince Purity The touring quiz game and talent contest featuring Jock and the Rhythm Boys and the four Purettes. Heatl
Played out on the Big Board Game, two teams from the very best in stage/dance schools compete for the right to entertain you.
Today's schools are:
THE ELLIOTT CLARKE STAGE SCHOOL, Liverpool and THE BARBARA SPEAKE
STAGE SCHOOL, London
'Pick-a-Performer' selects two from each team to 'Play the Game'. There are staircases to climb and drainpipes to avoid, bonus points to gain and forfeits to pay!
Whoever wins will return for the grand finale and compete again for the coveted 'Vinnie' award ... You Should Be So Lucky!
Devised by COLIN BENNETT Music by MIKE MCNAUGHT
Producer CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON
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The last of a six-part thriller by BERNARD ASHLEY
Paula must now make the unbearable choice between her family and her friend.
Sikh consultant RANI SINGH
Stunt arranger PETER BRAYHAM Designer GRAEME THOMSON
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director MARILYN FOX
Detective Inspector McNeill:
Pratap Singh Sidhu:
Kamal Kaur SidhU:
Detective Constable Burton:
A week in hospital life presented live by Frank Bough
Maggie Philbin Debbie Thrower and Robbie Vincent. Day 3
Today, if it's an average day, 200 people will pass through the casualty department of Queen Alexandra's hospital. At St Mary's, an equally average day will witness the birth of nearly 20 babies. Elsewhere 26,000 items of laundry will be processed and 3,000 mid-day meals will be prepared to sustain the hospital population.
Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey present the latest pictures, stories and events of the day from Britain and around the world followed by Weather News
London Plus, Spotlight Point West, Look East
Look North, South Today North West Tonight Midlands Today
Ah! Shepherd's Bush Green , and its terrible beauty that lures him back time after time, week after week, year after year.
by JON WATKINS starring William Gaunt and Patrica Garwood
Unexpected and unrelated relatives arrive, bringing added complications to the Crabtree household.
Designer PAUL ALLEN
Produced and directed by ROBIN NASH
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Elsie, traffic warden:
Eva, Nadia's aunt:
George, Raymond's brother:
Shadow of the Past
Fallon's sudden recognition of who she is becomes the beginning of a painful battle to retrieve her past and mould her future with the man of her choice. Sable is determined that Miles will be the victor, but her scheme to discredit Constance only succeeds in playing into Jeffs hands. An unexpected visit from Adam Carrington causes chaos in the Colby household.
Written by WILLIAM BAST and PAUL HUSON
Directed by HARRY FALK
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Francesca Scott Colby Hamilton:
with Julia Somerville and John Humphrys Regional News Weather News
Jump in an RAF Hawk and see the entire coast of England, Scotland and Wales in half an hour flat.
An apparent flying speed five times that of Concorde!
David Bellamy in the Wash solves the mystery of King John's baggage. Clay Jones in Cardigan Bay delves into an ancient kingdom engulfed by the sea. And Patrick Moore reveals what's buried beneath Beachy Head.
While we whizz around our extraordinary coastline, 21 regional accents explain every twist and turn, in a first non-stop view of our proud and ever-changing shores.
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A live up-date of the day's activities in Queen
Alexandra's and St Mary's.
Steve Rider presents all the latest sports news and comment on an important evening for donlestic soccer and boxing. featuring Football
Highlights of one of tonight's outstanding FA Cup fifth round replays, with a place in the last eight at stake.
Commentator JOHN MOTSON International Boxing from the Royal Albert Hall , London
Mark Kaylor, now ranked ninth in the world, steps into the ring tonight for the first time since his sensational victory over Errol Christie at Wembley last November. His opponent this time - a hard-hitting American from
Oklahoma - Tony Harrison. Also on the bill of this
Barratt/Duff promotion, the British Light Middleweight championship between Prince Rodney and Leicester's Chris Pyatt. ALAN MINTER joins
HARRY CARPENTER at ringside. Birmingham Olympics
Can Britain's second city win the battle to stage the 1992 games? From once having what seemed an outside chance, Birmingham has now become a major contender - TONY GUBBA reports. Television presentation:
Football JOHN SHREWSBURY Boxing BOB DUNCAN
Producer ROGER MOODY Editor JOHN ROWUNSON