News and analysis from the BBC's correspondents and reporters.
Weather followed by Open Air with Susan Rae and Natalie Anglesey
with Robert Kilroy-Silk
Weather followed by Dr Kildare
A Quick Look at Glory
2: Andrew Webb 's ambiguous reaction to Post's heart attack angers Amy, but that is nothing compared to her dismay later.
(For cast see page 67) (R)
Simon Parkin - starting with
Playbus: The Dot Stop
Today Dot finds the number three domino.
Storyteller Simon Davies Music PAUL READE
Percussionist LIZ KITCHEN Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Producer ANNE GOBEY
A FELGATE production for BBCtv (R)
Narrated by Terry Wogan Say Please and Say Thankyou (R)
with Gary Hope
Weather followed by Open Air with Mavis Nicholson and Susan Rae.
What did you think of last night's television? Ring Open Air on [number removed].
Weather followed by Dallas
Curiosity Killed the Cat Jenna's past has Jack pondering his future - which is not quite what JR had foreseen. Ray and Donna move back to Southfork. Written by DEANNE BARKLEY Directed by LARRY HAGMAN (For cast see page 51) (R)
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John Thirlwell 's view of Lugano in Switzerland. Director GITA CONN (R)
with Philip Hayton
Weather SUZANNE CHARLTON
Malcolm pops the question to Eileen. Written by RICK MAIER Directed by CHRIS SHEIL
(Cast see page 45. Repeated at 5.35pm)
The first of six programmes. Tony Soper observes badgers and hopes to see a pine marten. Producer ERICA GRIFFITHS
Series producer BRYN BROOKS (R)
Special guest Ava Gardner A Price to Pay
'I still think about the babies - I know they're crying and I want to feed them, I know they're some place - I know they're alive.'
Written by LOREN REICHMAN Directed by DAVID JACOBS
Introduced by Bernard Falk Final part in a series of four. Oxford and Cambridge prepare to break into the castle.
Producer philip FRANKLIN
Executive producer DEREK SMITH BBC Pebble Mill (R)
Simon Parkin - starting with
Presented by Sophie Aldred and Simon Davies with Jo Korna. Is there a pole at the North Pole? Director ROGER DACIER
Series producer ANNE GOBEY (R)
9: When Esteban and the others landed in Peru,
Pizarro was waiting and imprisoned them. With
Meddoza's help, they escape to the Solaris. (R)
with Phillip Schofield.
This week, the lowdown on how they make The Lowdown, and television sport under discussion, with special guests Andy Nulty and Fiona Lee Fraser.
with John Craven
Roger Finn and Helen Rollason.
Vital world events, happy happenings, and the latest in sport, in school and in space - just some of the things that make up Britain's top news show for children.
Producer SUSIE STAPLES Editor
A serial in three parts by ALLAN BAKER
File 2: The mysterious death of the diver is under investigation by both Galbraith's team and journalist Melissa Nelson - but then she is warned off the story as disturbing events start taking place....
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director MARGIE BARBOUR (R)
with Nicholas Witchell and Anna Ford
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
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
Last in the series of six films about foreigners who have made Britain their home.
With Robert Kilroy-Silk . The Prophet Motive
Fifteen years ago, two ambitious young men arrived in Britain. Neither of them intended to stay but they're still here - and they're a success.
Bob Payton , an advertising whizz kid, came from Chicago. Now he runs a chain of restaurants and owns a stately home. Judge John Sentamu was beaten and left for dead in Idi Amin's Uganda. He is now the vicar of Holy Trinity Church, Tulse Hill, London. Two foreigners in different worlds with very different views of life in Britain today. Photography CHRIS SEAGER CHRIS SADLER
Film editor ALAN LYGO Producer RUTH JACKSON
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The Serpent's Tooth
'Two hundred grand is a lot of love and trust' - but there's not much of either when a desperate Tommy McKay hears of Weststar's latest business venture. Meanwhile, April celebrates a lonely birthday and Sue Ellen finds out just how temperamental an artist can be ...
Tommy McKay ...J. EDDIE PECK Written by ARTHUR B. LEWIS and HOWARD LAKIN
Directed by LARRY HAGMAN
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with Martyn Lewis
Regional News; Weather
On the eve of Mrs Thatcher 's tenth anniversary as Prime
Minister, Thatcher's Children examines the behaviour and attitudes of young people today to find out how deeply her ideas have taken root.
For it is the extent to which her values have been adopted by the generation that has known no other Prime
Minister that will determine whether Thatcherism will survive Mrs Thatcher. This programme presents a portrait of the young people of Nottingham and features the results of a wide-ranging opinion poll revealing the attitudes and opinions of the young across the country. Cameraman LES YOUNG Editor ARTHUR BENNETT Director BOB BEE
Producer JEREMY BUGLER
Executive producer MICHAEL WILLS A JUNIPER production for BBCtv
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
Highlights of tonight's first leg in the final of the UEFA Cup - the second leg is in a fortnight's time. Last year Bayer Leverkusen won the cup in an exciting penalty shoot-out.
This is just the first of the three European Club finals and next week Sportsnight will be showing the highlights of the European Cup Winners'
Cup being staged in Bern.
Plus, news of all tonight's football fixtures. Commentator
World Boxing Preview
For eight years Britain's Herol 'Bomber' Graham has dreamed of a world title chance. Next Wednesday he fights Jamaican-born Mike McCallum for the vacant
WBA crown at the Royal
Albert Hall. A small fortune awaits the winner.
Plus a look ahead to the Ashes battle as the Australians arrive in England.
Editor JOHN ROWLINSON