Magazine programme including Ross King 's Quizcall and at
11.00 News (Subtitled); weather
11.20 Library of Romance
11.30 Video Stars
11.35 Agony Aunt Phone-in with Claire Rayner
12.00 News (Subtitled); weather
... returns with a review of the morning's events.
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The all -action film and video quiz features clips from Toys, Robin Williams 's latest movie, and the Disney classic Peter Pan , now available on video.
Presented by Jonathon Morris.
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A children's drama in six episodes, by Bernard Ashley.
Simon's sprained ankle has put a stop to his plans for escape from Darenth Lodge, until Rose takes charge.
This special edition includes reports on how the Louvre is using the latest techniques in physics to explore the oldest mysteries of art; what coral can do for broken bones; why the French are electrifying their fuel pumps; and why the bells of Notre Dame are playing with a smart card. It also discovers how high technology ensures high turnover at the Opera, and how children with a tragic inherited illness have propelled France into the world's first attempt to put genetic research onto the production line. The reporters are Howard
Stableford and Judith Hann.
Producers Michael Moseley. Danielle Pick Editor Dana Purvis
Last episode in the comedy series starring Anton Rodgers Lesley Dunlop
The Best is Yet to Come. Fleur's christening is looming and godparents are required but Alec and Zoe can't agree on who that should be.
With Kate Williams , Chrissie Cotterill , Carolyn Pickles ,
Raymond Trickitt , Paul Raynor ,
Carol Starks and Clare Byam Shaw. Episode written by Paul A Mendelson and Geoffrey Deane
Director Paul Harrison ; ProducerSharon B Joom A Cinema Verity production for BBCtv
Last part in the family comedy series written by Lisselle Kayla.
Bev and Gran have different methods for dealing with Aisha's drop in grades.
With Mona Hammond ,
Nicola Blackman , Allister Bain , Marlaine Gordon , Kerry Potter , Christopher Owen , Kara Stylianos ,
Claire Hearnden and Georgina Ackerman. Director/Producer David Askey
Documentaries uncovering human stories from the world of science, medicine and technology. Tokyo Earthquake. Seventy years ago, the city of Tokyo was hit by an earthquake. It destroyed half a million buildings, provoked national economic collapse and left
140,000 people dead or dying. Another earthquake of the same size could strike at any time. When it does it will obliterate one third of the earth's richest city and plunge the entire world into unprecedented economic crisis. QED shows, in graphic and disturbing detail, the effects the earthquake will have on 14 million people who live in Tokyo and on the fabric of the modern city; it also spells out the impact it will have on life in the rest of the world.
Producer Richard Dale
Series editor Susan Spindler
Presented by Desmond Lynam.
Highlights of games from the Premier League calendar including those from Easter Monday.
ABA semi-finals from
Gateshead Leisure Centre. A chance to see some of the sport's future stars. With commentary by Harry Carpenter.
From the National Indoor
Arena, Birmingham. More than 60 nations compete in the world championship with action tonight from the qualifying groups for the all-round individual competition.
As Steve Davis and Ronnie
O'Sullivan prepare for the Embassy World Snooker championship starting on Saturday, Sportnight looks at the two players - one who has reached the top and one who is aiming to do so. Marathon
A preview of Liz McColgan 's prospects in the 13th London Marathon. She had a disappointing race in the 10,000m at the Barcelona
Olympics last summer but has not given up on running. She has previously won marathons in New York and Tokyo, but is aiming to make it first time lucky when she competes in the streets of London this weekend.
Producer Vivien Kent
Editor Brian Barwick
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