Topical discussion, with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
Stanley Unwin , the 70-year-old comedian, is today's guest on the game show with Ross King.
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With Toby Anstis.
Today: the Playground Stop. Actor Paul Nicholas is the guest storyteller.
Presented by Anne Diamond and Nick Owen.
10.50 Room with a Viewer
11.00 News (Subtitled); weather
11.20 Library of Romance
11.30 Video Stars
11. 35 Topical Phone-In
11.50 Needlecraft with Carolyne Righton
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Entertainer Danny La Rue is Judi Spiers 's guest.
With Philip Hayton.
Weather Peter Cockroft
Hi-tech word game presented by Don Maclean.
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L British crime thriller starring
A vengeful husband plans the murder of his wife's lover.
But then a young architect arrives on the scene.
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With Philippa Forrester.
Second part of ajackanory story told by Adrian Edmondson.
Top band Take That! storm into the show today with their latest hit. Host Mickey Hutton gives away prizes on Taking the Mickey and referees another Battle of the Bands. Ox and Weasel (Mark Hayford and James Hamill ) keep an eye on the door. DJ Paul (Paul
Leyshon) has more of your letters and charts. And there's an appearance by young unicyclist Danny Centner.
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Robyn is missing and the police start a search.
This week's episodes by Kevin Hood (For cast see Friday at 5.05pm)
Phoebe's love letter to Todd finally arrives; Jim spends the night with Faye; and Phoebe catches Toby and Ben in an embarrassing act of subterfuge.
With Peter Sissons and Anna Ford.
Weather Penny Tranter
Bournemouth is the setting for tonight's edition, where
Jill Dando looks at the campaign to lure us back to the British seaside. Eamonn Holmes is in Majorca for the first of three reports from the Balearic
Islands; Gloria Hunniford tries a weekend city break in New York; and Sue Cook joins a group of children on a holiday organised by the RSPCA. Producer Simon Shaw
Series producer Jane Lush
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Michelle is horrified to find Jack making friends with Pauline; Kathy's bistro runs into a few opening night problems; and a friendly poker game turns serious for Sanjay and Nigel.
Written by Kolton Lee
John Sullivan 's classic comedy starring
Prisoners. The TPF and Mum and Dad are in for an eventful night when unexpected visitors arrive at the house.
Producer Ray Butt
Ian Botham is joined by rugby's Brian Moore , England's most capped hooker and ever-present in the side that has won two successive grand slams, and by Jenni Stoute , bronze medallist in the 4 x metre relay at the Barcelona Olympics. Bill Beaumont lines up with footballer
Kevin Moran , Republic of Ireland defender and captain of Blackburn, and Ray Stevens , judo silver medallist at last year's Olympic Games. With David Coleman.
Executive producer Mike Adley
With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Weather Penny Tranter
Another chance to see the selections of comic goodies personally chosen by and starring Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones
Tonight's best bits include the song about the bicycle boys, an After Darkdiscussion on the subject of death, a head-to-head about faking the "organism" and that famous kiss.
Producers Jon Plowman and Jamie Rix
Another chance to see comedian Harry Enfield's range of characters, including DJs Mike Smash and Dave Nice from Radio Fab FM, the Old Gits, the Double-Take Brothers, the Slobs and Little Brother.
Director John Birkin
Producers Mary Bell and Geoffrey Perkins
A Hat Trick production for BBCtv
Continuing the season of classic Omnibus films made since the arts series began 25 years ago. The Brothers Grimm
This dramatised film looks at the magical world of the classic fairy tales, and at the lives of the strange brothers who helped to preserve them. Reconstructions from the original stories reveal the extra measures adopted when the Prince's kiss failed to wake Sleeping Beauty; and why Cinderella's slipper was actually made of fur.
Written and directed by David Wheatley
The Movie Classic season ends with the story of an unusual love triangle, starring Peter Finch, Glenda Jackson, Murray Head
Bob Elkin has two older lovers - a homosexual doctor and a divorced business consultant in her mid-30s. Inevitably, the emotional strain proves too much and one weekend Bob decides to bring matters to a head.
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Executive Business Club: scrambled transmission.