Topical studio discussion with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
Game show with Ross King.
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With Philippa Forrester.
Today: the Patch Stop.
Topical family magazine show.
11.00 News (Subtitled); weather
11.10 TV Preview with Jimmy Greaves
11.20 Library of Romance
11.30 Video Stars
11.35 Medical Phone-in with Dr Mark Porter
11.50 Homeworks (do-it-yourself)
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Laurie Lee , the author of the classic novel, Cider with Rosie today chats to Alan Titchmarsh.
12.55pm Regional News; Weather
With Philip Hayton. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
Wataru Kizawa , guides his 11-year-old daughter, Aki, through her first winter dive in the freezing ocean of the Shiretoko
Peninsula in the far north-east ofjapan.
The start of the three day Martell Grand National Meeting.
2.35 Sandeman Maghull Novice Chase (2m)
3. 10 Martell Cup Chase (3m 11
3.45 John Hughes Memorial Handicap Chase (2m 6f)
The first taste of the Grand
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jim McGrath and John Hanmer , Richard Pitman , Bill Smith and Tracy Piggott. Producers Keith Mackenzie and Martin Hopkins Stereo (Coverage continues 4.00pm on BBC2)
With Philippa Forrester.
Rupert and the Waterlily is told by Ray Brooks.
Last in the musical series written by Simon Davies.
Mr Pannini joins Melvin and Maureen in an operatic extravaganza. With Matthew Devitt and Sophie Aldred.
Last in the comedy series written by Robin Kingsland. Alan Heap. HIMSELF Mick Wall. HIMSELF
Stories written by Ian Strachan and told daily by Joanna Roth.
4: Day after day Shona trudges up the road to the old meeting place but there is no sign of Carl.
Today marks the launch to find the Children's Museum of the Year.
With John Leslie, Diane-Louise Jordan and Anthea Turner.
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Brad is offered the chance of a lifetime. Mean-spirited Faye plays a trick on Dorothy when she is shamed into inviting her arch rival to her party. Todd and Phoebe disobey Jim.
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
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Introduced by Mark Franklin. Director Babara Jones
Producer Stanley Appel
Kathy gets a new assistant in the cafe, while Michelle has a narrow escape from an undesirable lodger. Kathy and Pat have to learn to accept Ian's new "family". At the Vic, it looks like Sharon might have got what she wanted - but what does she want?
This week's episodes written by Tony Jordan
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Last in the series.
Springbok of the Kalahari. This moving story is built around the life of a single male springbok. A century ago, 500 million springbok roamed the arid wilderness of southern Africa.
Now their numbers are drastically reduced by disease, and their great migrations halted by farm fences. Although highly gregarious animals, some springbok spend the loneliest of lives. Kwang - the film's central character - stays alone for most of the year, establishing a territory which may be miles from the nearest herd. He waits for the herds to return with the rains, if they fall, and for his chance to mate. Narrator David Attenborough. ProducerTrevorde Kock
Series producer Mike Beynon
Last in the comedy series about two mismatched neighbours written by Richard Ommanney , and starring
Louisa Rix , Gareth Hunt Stella leaves town to escape Hurricane Olive. Vince gets stuffed. Terry's heavy metal career melts. But at least nothing can go wrong with Gilly's garage sale.
Director Sue Bysh
Executive producer Martin Fisher
With Martyri Lewis. Subtitled
Weather Peter Cockroft
An occasional series that investigates possible miscarriages of justice.
Murder in Mind. Five years ago the "Casement Park" murders in West Belfast horrified the world. Two British soldiers were stripped and shot by the IRA after driving their car into the path of a funeral cortege.
Television crews recorded the crowd's hysterical attack on their car and newspapers carried photographs of the soldiers' bodies. Patrick Kane was one of several given a life sentence in the aftermath. In
Rough Justice 's first visit to Northern Ireland, new presenter journalist John Ware re-examines the facts of the case, the controversial role of the judge and vital new evidence to suggest that
Patrick Kane 's conviction is fundamentally unsafe. Producer Charles Hunter
Executive producer Steve Hewlett
Gyles Brandreth , Labour's Treasury spokesman in the Lords, Lord Eatwell, and Amanda Platell , Managing Editor of Mirror
Group Newspapers, are among the guests on tonight's panel in London. With Peter Sissons.
Producer Prue Keely
Editor Alexandra Henderson A Brian Lapping production for BBCtv
American crime series.
The Torrents of Greed
Concluding a two-part story. Stung by the humiliation of seeing Frank Masucci walk free, Ben Stone switches his attention to other members of the crime boss's family.