with Judi Spiers
This week: tips from a professional make-up artist; getting to know your stopcock; four heart-warming winter soups; and how to make your child a duffel coat for under E10. (e)
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This week Tom brings you the best in music, acts and shows from British show business, live from the the Falkirk Town Hall in Scotland. 'Out-and-about' girl Debbie Greenwood meets the local people and sees some of the sights of the area.
The Benson and Hedges Masters
Tony Knowles v
Although without a major tournament win in recent years Tony Knowles is still ranked No 4 in the world.
Silvino Francisco is ranked No 12. They met in a first-round match at last year's
Masters, when Tony Knowles was the victor.
DAVID ICKE introduces live coverage of this best-of-nine-frames match from the Wembley Conference Centre. Television presentation
ALAN GRIFFITHS. PETER HAYWARD Producer KErrH MACKENZIE
A special two-part story from the classic medical drama series about a young doctor in a big city hospital. Starring with guest stars
Part 1: Behold the Great Man A difference of medical opinion causes a running feud between Kildare and Dr Becker, a noted expert on the treatment of burns. When a critically-burned man is admitted, Kildare must swallow his pride to ask for the great man's help. (R)
Dr James Kildare:
Dr Leonard Gillespie:
Dr Maxwell Becker:
Phillip Schofield - starting with Count Me In with Antony Johns
Antony gets his skates on today and steps on to the ice. But the first thing he needs to learn is how to stop!
Musical director ALLAN ROGERS Designer MICHAEL TREVOR
Produced by PIPPA DYSON (R)
Some strange happenings in the studio this week. Look for invisible animals, celebrate the new year for rabbits, and have a seasonal ghost story. There's an animal that can survive at minus 270Â°C - four times colder than the North Pole. The audience behaves like starlings, and a harris hawk flies across the studio!
Introduced by Frank Bough Elegant Paris or Paris on a budget - Gillian Reynolds explores both sides of one of the most romantic cities of them all.
John Carter heads for the hills of northern Portugal - a region of glorious architecture and stunning scenery. And Jill Crawshaw takes a closer look at those holiday brochures and what they really mean.
Producer Patricia HOUUHAN
Kirk Stevens v Willie Thorne Kirk Stevens , ranked No 9, made a maximum 147 in the Masters in 1984 and Willie Thorne , ranked No 7, compiled no fewer than 15 century breaks in major tournaments last season. Introduced by DAVID ICKE Commentator TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM , CUVE EVERTON Summarisers JOHN SPENCER
JOHN VIRGO , JIM MEADOWCROFT
In the last of the series, the spotlight falls on food, drink and diet, with a gourmet-mix of sketches, jokes and humorous tales, tastefully served up by head waiter Tom O'Connor.
Commis chefs CHRIS EMMETT and JEFF STEVENSON keep the pot boiling while
CAROLINE GRUBER adds a little spice and MICK WALKER drops in to borrow a cup of sugar and help with the washing-up. Script associate BARRY FAULKNER Sound supervisor DAVID THOMPSON Lighting director ALAN HORNE Set designer MARTIN METHVEN Production RICK GARDNER
A six-part serial by ALICK ROWE , starring Kenneth Cranham Cheryl Campbell Michael Byrne
Introducing Neil Jeffery
3: As Tim prepares for his last service as a choir-boy, Eric is fighting for his future. An acutely critical day for father and son ends in a climax both have good reason to regret.
Eric Palmer...KENNETH CRANHAM
Music composed by RICHARD HARVEY Camera supervisor KEITH SALMON Lighting BARRY CHATFIELD Producer RUTH BOSWELL Director JOHN GORRIE
with Barry Norman
Harrison Ford talks to Barry Norman about his dramatic role in the highly-acclaimed film The Mosquito Coast and about his future plans, which include another Indiana
Heavenly Pursuits -
Tom Conti and Helen Mirren star in this comedy set in a Catholic school in Glasgow. Director TESSA GOGOL Producer JANE LUSH
by Len Murray with Geoffrey Goodman In the first of four programmes, life peer Lord
Murray of Epping Forest and Telford in the County of Shropshire - better known as Len Murray, retired General Secretary of the TUC - looks back on his early life as a farm worker's son, his scholarship to London
University - an education that was interrupted by the war and time in the Army - his membership of the Communist Party and his first job with the TUC in 1947, when he was hired for the Research Department by George Woodcock.
Film cameraman IAN DABBS Film research MONA ADAMS Film editor JON KENT
Producers BILL JONES .JOHN WALKER
with Dr Alan Maryon Davis A.... is for Airway
B.... is for Breathing
Would you know what to do if someone stopped breathing? With Lindsay Duncan and James and Jana Newton
Drama written by LESUE DUXBURY Produced by JENNY ROGERS and JULIAN STENHOUSE (R) (e)
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