Live magazine programme. with topical features, advice and star guests. 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 Caroline Righton
12.00 News (Subtitled); weather HOTLINE: 021.[number removed](24 hours, or write to: Good Morning with Anne and Nick. PO Box 9000. Birmingham B 1 1NA).
Real-life drama starring Blair Brown
Reluctantly Lauren Elder joins two friends on board a private flight. Her fears are justified when the plane crashes and she is the only survivor.
Director William A Graham
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Six-part drama series by Steve Attridge, based on characters created by Andrew Davies.
3: Billy made some really wicked pancakes. In fact he felt he couldn't do anything wrong. (Part 4 and cast list on Friday)
Jim and Doug's camping trip goes from bad to worse. Paul makes a decision about his new business partner. Pam gets revenge on Faye for cutting her out of the family photo.
(For cast see Friday. Shown at 1.30pm)
Jill Dando presents the show from France with a beginners' guide to the pleasures of a driving holiday abroad. Eamonn Holmes is in Colorado, best known for its ski-ing resorts but, with its spectacular rugged landscape, now being tipped as a summer destination, too.
Meanwhile, Fiona Foster goes island hopping around the Hebrides off the west coast of Scotland; and Gloria Hunniford and Eamonn Holmes conclude their investigations into different ways to spend a weekend in Marrakech, Morocco.
Producer Simon Shaw
Series producer Jane Lush
BBC HOLIDAYS MAGAZINE: the April issue contains reports on the Florida Keys,
African safaris, Vancouver and the South of France - £ 1.40 from newsagents.
Carla Lane 's newest family comedy series, starring Michael Angelis Sue Johnston
Harold cannot dismiss from his mind the beautiful woman he saw walking in the street, and he is confused about his feelings for her. Terese discovers that evening classes in art history are perhaps not for her. Darwin has been out with his mates but when he arrives home in the middle of a row, he makes a decision - he'll leave home!
Director/Producer Mike Stephens
England international and Queens Park Rangers midfielder Andy Sinton and flat jockey John Reid line up with Ian Botham. And hockey player Sandy Lister and Formula 1 racing driver Derek Warwick , who drives for Footwork, join Bill Beaumont. David Coleman asks the questions, keeps score and introduces the fourth round in a viewers' competition. Executive producer Mike Adley
Comic selections chosen by and starring Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones
Last in the series and tonight's show also stars a plate of peas, a horse, a battered suitcase, a Welsh dresser and a rather nice pair of leather chaps.
Producers Jon Plowman and Jamie Rix A Talkback production for BBCtv
A last chance to catch up with the Slobs, Little Brother, Smashie and Nicey, the Double-Take Brothers and Harry Enfield's other comic characters. In the final show of this series everyone celebrates an early Christmas.
Producers Mary Bell and Geoffrey Perkins A Hat Trick production for BBCtv
Screen biography starring
George C Scott Karl Malden
"All real Americans love the sting of battle." Such was the belief of General George S Patton , one of the greatest and most controversial military leaders of the Second World
War, a man dedicated to war and the need to win.
In this highly acclaimed epic, co-written by Francis Ford
Coppola, George C Scott plays Patton, a part for which he was awarded - and refused - an Oscar. The film received six other Oscars.
Director Franklin J Schaffner
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Field Marshal Montgomery:
Brigadier General Carver:
Lt Col Davenport:
Field Marshal Rommel:
First Lt Stiller:
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