Daily magazine presented by Anne Diamond and Nick Owen.
11.00 News (Subtitled); weather
11.10 Fatherhood with Will Hanrahan
11.20 Library of Romance
11.30 Video Stars
11.35 Agony Aunt Phone-in with Claire Rayner
12.00 News (Subtitled); weather HOTLINE: see Tuesday
Live coverage of the second day's racing in the National Hunt Festival.
2.15 Sun Alliance Novices Hurdle (2m 5f)
2.50 Sun Alliance Steeplechase (3m If)
3.30 Coral Cup Hurdle (2m 5f). Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan and Richard Pitman. Reports by Jonathan Powell. Introduced by Julian Wilson.
(Coverage continues at 3.55pm on BBC2)
A six-part drama series by Russell T Davies.
5: Ben is rescued by Tess and Carey, and they go into hiding.
Dr Josiah Naismith:
Gerry makes a new friend who forces her to do some serious thinking. Trish meets an old flame. Pilar has a difficult decision to make.
Episode written by Bev Doyle
(For cast see Monday. Repeated on Friday at 1.50pm)
This week: a report on pterodactyls, the huge flying reptiles which filled the skies 70 million years ago - were they more like modern birds than scientists have thought?
And how is Thailand bringing in the rain-makers because, despite its tropical climate, the country is suffering from drought? Plus the continuing story of Laura, the 6-year-old with heart trouble who is having experimental treatment at Guy's Hospital, London. With Carmen Pryce ,
Judith Hann , Howard Stableford and Kate Bellingham. Producer David Sington Editor Dana Purvis
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Paul A Mendelson 's comedy series about love across a generation gap, starring Anton Rodgers Lesley Dunlop
Baby Love. Alec and Zoe are now proud parents, but will Alec ever go back to work?
Episode written by Geoffrey Deane Director Paul Hamson
Producer Sharon Bloom
A Cinema Verity production for BBCtv
Anton Rodgers on the joys of fatherhood SEE FEATURE page 22
Documentary series focusing on the human stones in medicine, science and technology. Misha. The victim of a hit-and-run accident,
15-year-old Misha arrived at
St Thomas's Hospital in a deep coma. Her parents were told that her chances of recovery were almost zero. This moving film follows Misha's efforts to pull herself back into the world she knew. She could neither walk, talk, nor feed herself, but her family was determined never to give up. This is the uplifting story of her recovery. Producer Malcolm Brinkworth Series editor Susan Spindler
A Chrysalis production for BBCtv
SEE PREVIEW page 8
NB: In the event of an FA Cup replay the following programme will be re-timed. See alternative schedule below.
Thriller starring Jaclyn Smith City cop
Kate Whately was brutally assaulted and left for dead when she was a teenager on her family's farm 20 years ago. Now she is determined to take her revenge.
Director Edwin Sherin
SEE FILMS pages47 52
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