Presented by Anne Diamond and Nick Owen. Including:
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
From Ascot. On the eve of the Grand National meeting at Aintree.
2.30 Golden Eagle Novices Steeplechase (2m 3 1/2f)
3.00 Letheby and Christopher Long Distance Hurdle Race (3m)
3.35 Peregrine Steeplechase Handicap (2m 4f)
Introduced by Julian Wilson. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan and Richard Pitman.
Producer Wendy Sheppard
A children's drama in six episodes, by Bernard Ashley. 1: Simon Leighton is in trouble with the authorities because of his continual truancy. But he stays at home for a purpose.
Extraordinary new machines are at last allowing scientists to see what goes on inside a person's brain when they remember.
Tonight's programme looks at the results. Plus an unusual way to blow out a fire, using electricity. With Judith Hann ,
Howard Stableford , Kate Bellingham , Carmen Pry ce.
Producer David Sington Editor Dana Purvis
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Paul A Mendelson 's comedy about love across a generation gap, starring Anton Rodgers Lesley Dunlop
Who Can I Turn To? Zoe's sister is at a crossroads in her life. Who can point her in the right direction?
Episode written by Geoffrey Deane Director Paul Harrison
Producer Sharon Bloom
A Cinema Verity production for BBCtv
Lisselle Kayla 's family comedy. Gran and Grandad get the 40-year itch! Featuring an appearance by larger-than-life celebrity cook Rustie Lee.
Director/Producer David Askey
Science documentary series. Walking Back to Happiness Australian surgeons Reg and Catherine Hamlin arrived in Ethiopia intending to stay for only three years. Thirty years later they are still there tackling the huge medical problem of Fistula - a condition caused by childbirth injuries - which blights the lives of hundreds of thousands of women in the Third World. The
Hamlins built a hospital with charity funds and began treating patients. So far they have transformed the lives of 14,000 young women who were living as outcasts, rejected by their husbands, families and villages.
Anne Diamond narrates their story and follows one of the most recent arrivals at their hospital, 17-year-old Wubit Abune. Producer Fiona Holmes
Series editor Susan Spindler
Presented by Desmond Lynam. Featuring
World Cup Football Turkey v England
England will be looking for a repeat of their 4-0 success over Turkey at Wembley last
November. On that occasion
Paul Gascoigne marked an impressive performance with a brace of goals. Turkey's recent form in Group 2 includes a 3-1 defeat in Holland and a scoreless draw in San Marino.
Commentary by Barry Davies and Trevor Brooking.
Wales v Belgium
Wales need to capitalise on a strike force that can boast a Saunders, a Rush, a Hughes and now a Giggs! Beaten 2-0 in Belgium last November, the Welsh will be hoping to peg back Group 4's runaway leaders who boast six wins in six matches.
FA Cup Football
A look ahead to this weekend's
FA Cup semi-finals.
The Grand Liverpool
Steeplechase was first staged in 1839. Eight years later the race was immortally dubbed "The Grand National".
However, the mystique of the race lies in the name of its first ever winner, Lottery.
Julian Wilson and Peter Scudamore unravel this year's mystery - who can win horse racing's most charismatic steeplechase?
Producer Vivien Kent
Editor Brian Barwick
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