Ross King and Anna Walker continue their tour of UK towns and cities. Today's venue is
Windsor in Berkshire.
VIEWERS' QUIZ: phone your entry on 0[number removed](calls cost 36p per minute cheap rate. 48p at all other times).
Anne Diamond and Nick Owen with the daily magazine programme.
10.50 Relax with Jeni Barnett
11.00 News (Subtitled); Weather
11.20 Library of Romance
11.30 Video Stars
11.35 Topical Phone-In
12.00 News (Subtitled) Weather
2.40 Chichester Festival Theatre Stakes (7f)
3.10 AR Dennis Bookmakers
Predominate Stakes (1 m 2f)
3.40 Anne Frances Stevens
Memorial Conditions Stakes (61)
Commentary Peter O'Sullevan , Jimmy Lindley and John Hanmer. Introduced by Julian Wilson with Tracy Piggott. Producer Wendy Sheppard
(The 4. 1 0pm race is on BBC2)
Return of the series which tries a range of activities, including this week amazing mazes and bouncing bungees. Plus Motive8, challenging schools to come up with a new game, and a chance to have your say in Opinions. With Debbie Hodgson , Lee Fairhurst , Lyndsay Booth, Carina Cameron , Steven Hickman and Jacob Lowe.
OPINION8: telephone 0[number removed]to record your message.
INFO LINE: to find out more about today's activities telephone [number removed](calls are charged at local rate).
SEE PREVIEW page 13
Another one of David Attenborough's 12 favourite Wildlife on One programmes, which he has chosen from more than 100 editions shown over the past 16 years of the series.
The world's largest bird can't fly, but it can run at 40mph. Nine feet tall, it lays eggs 20 times bigger than a hen's and can kick a man to death. This is the ostrich. But does it really pursue the solitary habit of burying its head in the sand?
Following a zoologist who lived with ostriches for eight years, watching them through the seasons, this film comes up with some fascinating answers.
Narrated by David Attenborough.
See Preview page 12
An unexpected visitor arrives at the Taverniers, Danny buys Pauline a present and Arthur helps Aidan come to a decision about his future.
(For cast see Thursday)
Clement Freud wines and dines Wendy Richard: See Feature page 44
More madcap comedy including a version of Shakespeare's Hamlet played by George Formby. With guest Les Dennis, and featuring
Bella Emberg and Sherrie Hewson. Produced and directed by Tudor Davies Executive producer John Bishop
Bob Larbey 's comedy series about a self-made millionaire, who has marital problems.
Starring Dennis Waterman Tony's daughter, Stephanie, is coming home for half-term. But who is she going to stay with? Tony Carpenter. DENNIS WATERMAN Director
Producer Gareth Gwenlan
Extraordinary stories of heroism and bravery reconstructed by emergency services, actors, and those involved in the original rescue. Tonight: a rescue deep underwater. Exploring the waters where First World War battleships were scuttled at
Scapa Flow in the Orkneys, two experienced divers got into trouble when one of them became pinned to the seabed by a huge metal door. With no time to go for help, it was up to his friend to save him, struggling to free him as their air supply streamed away.
Reconstruction of a house fire in Nottingham highlights the dangers of making hoax calls and an off-duty fireman plucks three children from the grip of quicksand-like coal slurry in South Shields.
Video reporter Juliet Morris spends time with a GP who is on 24-hour call to give emergency treatment at accidents. And there's a chance for another
200 viewers to take a free life-saving course in Belfast.
Presented by Michael Buerk. Series producer Andy Batten-Foster
LIFE SAVER GUIDE: send a cheque for £2.50 made payable to BBC Education. to [address removed]
SAFETY INFORMATION: see Ceefax 686.
Hit romantic drama, starring
A determined loner,
Zack Mayo , aims to rise above his past and become a Navy pilot. But first he must survive 13 weeks of gruelling physical and psychological officer-training under the remorseless gaze of tough Sgt Foley. Even Zack's relationship with a local young woman jeopardises his situation when he comes to suspect her motives for dating him.
Director Taylor Hackford
SEE FILMS pages 49-58
Sgt Emil Foley:
Emiliano Della Serra:
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