Miriam Stoppard discusses the pros and cons of home birth with actor Peter Duncan and wife Annie and the Radio
Times/Care Bears search continues for Britain's most caring dad.
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The 18-part children's drama series set in a youth club.
3: Debbie receives a fright and Geoff makes a discovery. Written by Don Webb
A Zenith North production for BBCtv (Part 4 on Friday)
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Among Terry Wogan 's guests tonight is artist and expert art faker Eric Hebborn , who will be talking about how to reproduce an Old Master and why he became the art establisment's most lethal saboteur.
The live magazine show which covers the latest in technology, medicine and the environment.
This week: aphids eat crops but what will eat aphids? The story of the search for the insect that could take on a whole field of the number one wheat pest. And Karina Kelly reports on Australian efforts to save the giant green turtle from extinction. Tourism and hunting have led to a 90 per cent drop in the numbers of the turtles in the last 30 years. The creatures have a life span of 150 years but don't start breeding until they are 50. Off the coast of Queensland scientists are trying to find out more about the sexual habits of the turtles so that a strategy for their survival can be planned.
With Kate Bellingham , Howard Stableford, Judith Hann. John Diamond , and Carmen Pryce.
Producers Judith Bunting and Richard Dale Editor Dana Purvis
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Violence stalks the streets for the Specials of Division S as Anjali Shah has a close brush with death to save her partner, and an old Special from the class of 41 enforces the law with tragic consequences.
Episode written by Tony Bagley
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A gripping new six-part documentary series which follows agents of the US Drug Enforcement
Administration as they risk kidnap, torture and violent death to penetrate the vicious world of the drug traffickers. Associate producer
Roger Courtiour persuaded agents to allow the camera to put the real life Miami Vice men under surveillance, following them everywhere, sharing and actually increasing, the ever-present risk of danger. In the first programme undercover agent Ed Follis must con treacherous Nigerian dope dealers and trade with criminal "offloaders" - arms traffickers - in order to bring his complex investigation to an extraordinary climax. Producer Christopher Jeans
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Desmond Lynam introduces a boxing double header. Wharton v Gent
Yorkshireman Henry Wharton , one of Britain's brightest boxing prospects and still unbeaten, makes the first defence of his Commonwealth
Super-Middleweight title against Londoner Lou Gent in front of partisan support at
Leeds Town Hall. Commentary Harry Carpenter.
Holyfield v Tyson
A preview of the heavyweight confrontation scheduled for
8 November in Las Vegas.
Plus a report from the British boxing annual awards presentation, and the latest football news and results.
Producer Vivien Kent Editor Brian Barwick
A jet set beauty falls in love with a ruthless assassin.
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