with Jeremy Paxman and Laurie Mayer
Weather followed by Open Air with Susan Rae
with Robert Kilroy-Silk
Weather followed by Dr Kildare
2: To Visit One More Spring
Emily is the only person who can solve Rachel's dilemma over the unborn child.
(R) (New story tomorrow at 10.00am)
Dr James Kildare:
Dr Leonard Gillespie:
Nurse Zoe Lawton:
Simon Parkin - starting with Playbus
The Dot Stop
Dot is dotty about dots and spots.
Storyteller Philip Childs Director ANNE GOBEY (R)
Stopplt and Tldyup
Narrated by Terry Wogan Bee Quiet and Bee Have (R)
with Leonard Fenton
Weather followed by Open Air with Susan Rae , Bob Wellings. Actor Tom Watt talks about his career since leaving
EastEnders. Plus your views on smacking children.
Join in on [number removed].
Weather followed by World Snooker
Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship
Day five: and the Francisco's dominate the morning's play, with Silvino concluding his first round match on one table, while nephew Peter starts his on the other.
David Icke is your host at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. Commentators
Producers KEITH PHILLIPS MIKE ADLEY
Executive producer KEITH MACKENZIE
with Philip Hayton
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
Ding dong merrily on high - Eileen and Malcolm come to blows beneath the mistletoe as the new-look Waterhole opens. Is this the end for Paul and Gail?
Written by WAYNE DOYLE Directed by TONY OSICKA
(Cast see page 55. Repeated at 5.35pm)
Presented by Penny Junor with John Kettley
The facts (warts and all) about this popular holiday area.
Producer JULIE BRADSHAW
Executive producer ALAN DOBSON BBC North West
For Better for Worse
As the guests arrive for
Cathy and Joshua's wedding, Gary is made an offer he'll find hard to refuse.
Written by ROBERTO LOIRDERMAN Directed by ROBERT BECKER
Introduced by Bernard Falk 2: Today the two teams from Oxford and Cambridge continue their quest for the electronic device code-named the 'BEAST'.
Producer PHILIP FRANKLIN
Executive producer DEREK SMITH BBC Pebble Mill (R)
Cat and the Pinkstalk (R)
Andy Crane - starting with:
Presented by Sophie Aldred and Simon Davies with Jo Korna.
Who invented the toilet? How is music made? Why do we say codswallop?
Production ANNE GOBEY (R)
4.05pm Mysterious Cities of Gold: 5
When the Esperanza sank, Esteban and his friends were left drifting on a raft. (R)
4.35pm Take Two
with Phillip Schofield. Take Two puts your chuckle-muscle under the microscope, as Andrew O'Connor discusses the serious side of TV comedy. Also, behind the scenes with Dr Who.
Designer PETER FINDLEY
Producer GREG CHILDS
The up-to-the-minute news service for Britain's children.
5.05pm The Cuckoo Sister: 4
by Vivien Alcock, dramatised in four parts by Julia Jones.
Rosie is becoming more upset at not knowing who she is. And Kate has destroyed the only proof.
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director MARILYN FOX (R)
Presenter (Take Two):
Guest (Take Two):
Designer (Take Two):
Producer (Take Two):
Author (The Cuckoo Sister):
Dramatised by (The Cuckoo Sister):
with Nicholas Witchell and Anna Ford
Weather BILL GILES
Join Terry live at the Television Theatre, as he talks to people in the news, presents the best in entertainment and springs the occasional surprise. Director JOHN BURROWES Producer GRAHAM OWENS
Series producer PETER ESTALL
with Robert Kilroy-Silk For Better for Worse
Robert Kilroy-Silk talks to three women about the pros and cons of marrying a Brit. For years Italian Rosa Maria Letts thought 'you just don't marry anybody foreign, least of all an Englishman'.
And she didn't change her mind when she met her future husband, - she thought he was 'absolutely awful'. Then she fell in love with him and has lived here happily for 25 years.
Lara Bushell hated Britain from the moment she arrived from Russia with Terry, her husband. Eight years on, the couple have had to find an uneasy compromise to make their marriage work.
Indian Shireen Khan has the perfect wedding planned to her ideal partner - an Englishman. There's just one problem, she's still looking for him.
CHRIS SEAGER. JOHN ELSE
Film editor CHRISTINE GARNER Producer JOANNA HEAD
Series producer RUTH JACKSON
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Wedding Bell Blues
Storm clouds gather and lightning flashes - not the best of omens for the marriage of JR and Cally. Written by HOWARD LAKIN Directed by LARRY HAGMAN
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by the Conservative Party.
with Martyn Lewis
Regional News; Weather
'You can imagine you're an underwater explorer wandering through reefs of red seaweed.' But you're not - you're an orthopaedic surgeon repairing a torn cartilage. Surgery has changed direction. With the help of the magical telescope, x-rays and ultrasound,
'keyhole surgery' are no longer dirty words but a highly desirable goal. Senes editor DAVID FILKIN Producer FIONA HOLMES
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Introduced by Steve Rider. Cup Football
Highlights from the second-leg games in the European semi-finals, plus an FA Cup replay if either of Saturday's semi-finals was drawn.
Commentator BARRY DAVIES World Snooker
Further coverage from Sheffield.
Commentators TED LOWE.
JACK KARNEHM and CLIVE EVERTON Amateur Boxing
The best of the action from last night's George Wimpey ABA semi-finals in Blackburn.
Commentator JIM NEILLY
Plus a look ahead to Sunday's London Marathon. Television presentation:
Snooker KEITH MACKENZIE Boxing BOB DUNCAN
Editor JOHN ROWLINSON