Game show with Ross King.
VIEWERS' QUIZ: phone your entry on 0[number removed](calls cost 36p per minute cheap rate. 48p at all othertimes).
With Toby Anstis.
Today: the Playground Stop. Actor Paul Nicholas tells a story about Maxwell Zammer , who becomes a clown for a day.
Topical features, fun, advice and star guests in the live family magazine show. Presented by Anne Diamond and Nick Owen.
10.45 Medical Matters with Dr Mark Porter
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 ll.SONeedlecraft with Caroline Righton
12.00 News (Subtitled); weather HOTLINE: [number removed](24 hours, or write to: Good Morning with Anne and Nick, PO Box 9000. Birmingham B 1 1NA).
Guest Samantha Beckinsale discusses her stage appearance in An Evening with Gary Lineker , plus the new series of ITV's London's Burning.
With Philip Hayton. Subtitled Weather Suzanne Charlton
High-tech word game.
Presented by Don Maclean.
VIEWERS' QUIZ: you could win Â£100 by phoning [number removed] with the correct answer to a question (calls cost 55p max).
Poignant drama, starring Bette Davis
Olivia de Havilland
Stanley Timberlake is a capricious woman who knows what she wants - and is determined to get it at any price.
Director John Huston
● SEE FILMS pages 37-42
With Philippa Forrester.
Second part of a Jackanory story, told by Chris Barrie.
Chart star Sybil provides the live music on today's show. Plus the regular features of Taking the Mickey and Battle of the Bands, in which EastEnders take on Maid Marian and Her Merry Men. And there's comedy from the resident cabaret. Introduced by Mickey Hutton. With Mark Hayford, James Hamill, Paul Leyshon and Zara Nuttley.
LETTERS: write to Hangar 17, [address removed].
The tuckshop is selling hearts; Nick tells Natasha his secret. This week's episodes by Sarah Daniels (For cast see Friday)
Paul arrives back home with startling news for Christina; the friendship between Brad and Lucy is tested; and Pam is suspended from work.
(For cast see Wednesday. Shown at 1.30pm)
With Peter Sissons and Jennie Bond.
Weather Ian McCaskill 95
Tonight's setting is India, where a large number of affordable package holidays are now available. Jill Dando 's trip takes her round the sights of the Golden Triangle of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, and the beach resort of Goa. For his final report on the Balearics,
Eamonn Holmes visits Menorca, the quietest and least spoilt of the islands. On a driving holiday through the relatively unexplored area of eastern
Germany, Fiona Foster finds some surprising developments. And Sue Cook tries a weekend in the medieval city of York. Producer Simon Shaw
Series producer Jane Lush
BBC HOLIDAYS MAGAZINE: containing resort reports, news, advice and information, £1.40 from newsagents.
Rachel hears some good news; Arthur gets into trouble with an unexpected bill: and Michelle has a late-night encounter.
(For cast see Thursday)
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John Sullivan 's classic comedy starring Robert Lindsay
Sweet Sorrow. Wolfie gets into deep water when he tries to save the Tooting he loves. Producer Ray Butt
Wales and British Lions scrum-half Robert Jones, and Ginny Leng, former World and European three-day event champion, join Ian Botham's team tonight, while
Andy Goram, Glasgow Rangers and Scotland goalkeeper, and Steve Smith, who won the high jump at last year's World Junior Championships, line up on Bill Beaumont's team.
David Coleman asks the questions. Plus, the first round in a viewers' competition. Executive producer Mike Adley
With John Humphrys. Subtitled
Weather Ian McCaskill
Another chance to see the. comic selections chosen by and starring Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones
Tonight's highlights include a peek at Warren Beatty 's private life, a cure for twinges, and a psychic experience.
Producers Jon Plowman and Jamie Rix
A Talkback production for BBCtv
More sketches from Harry Enfield's roster of comic characters, including You Don't Want to Do That, DJs Mike Smash and Dave Nice from Radio Fab FM and the Old Gits.
A Hat Trick production for BBCtv
The current season of the arts series ends with a new film.
The man behind the camera on such Oscar-winning films as Apocalypse Now and The Last Emperor, Vittorio Storaro has won acclaim as a top cinematographer not only for his beautiful images, but also for his theories of light and colour. Omnibus follows Storaro's influential career and shows him at work with directors Francis Coppola, Warren Beatty and Bernardo Bertolucci, who said of Storaro that "he paints with light".
A Happy Valley production for BBCtv
SEE PREVIEW page 10
Comedy thriller starring Ed Begley Jr
When the CIA detects a plot to assassinate the president, ace agent Freddie Fallon gets the assignment of his life, involving an outrageous series of chases across New York.
Director James Frawley
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1.05 1.10am Weather
2.15am Executive Business
3.15am Legal Network