The first television agony column to allow members of the public to become agony aunts for the day. With Shyama Perera. In the last programme of the series, three generations of one family join agony aunt
Tricia Kreitmanfrom Chat magazine to answer viewers' letters.
Ross King and Anna Walker continue their tour of UK towns and cities.
Today it's Belfast. VIEWERS' QUIZ: phone your entry on 0[number removed](calls cost 36p per minute cheap rate, 48p at all other times).
Live coverage of one of today's Benson and Hedges Cup quarter-final matches.
Commentary by Richie Benaud , Ray Illingworth and Jack Bannister. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
TV presentation Alan Griffiths
Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
The series which tries a range of activities, including this week lifesaving on the south coast, snooker skills, and rally karting. Plus Motive8, challenging schools around the country to come up with a new game (this week: Celtic Circles) and a chance to have your say about sport in Opinion8.
With Lyndsay Booth, Carina Cameron , Lee Fairhurst , Steven Hickman , Debbie Hodgson , and Jacob Lowe.
OPINION8: telephone [number removed] to record your message.
INFO LINE: to find out more about today's activities telephone [number removed] (calls are charged at local rates).
FACTSHEET: available at end of series by sending large sae to [address removed]
The hunt for the thief is on. Rick sees the finger of suspicion pointing at him. Lucy and Brad hit a snag in their plan to live together.
Another one of David
Attenborough's 12 favourite
Wildlife on One programmes. The Body Snatchers. A real-life horror film, worthy of the genre its title conjures up. In the rainforests of Panama, marauding armies of ants march through the jungle, leaving death and destruction in their wake. Meanwhile in Arizona, red Amazon ants have set themselves up as slave-raiders, plundering other ant colonies for slaves to do their bidding. Attenborough describes the ant as "one of the most alarming of all animals", as special macrophotography reveals the close-up drama of Amazon ants on a slave-raid.
Narrator David Attenborough. Producer Keenan Smart
SEE PREVIEW page 12
Gita gives Ian some advice, and Grant and Phil rescue Nigel from his birthday blues. Jules makes a confession to Dot, and Michelle is suspicious of a new and blossoming friendship. (For cast see Thursday) ,
More fun and laughter as Russ Abbot explores the gypsy life and comes to some hilarious conclusions. With guest Les Dennis, and featuring
Bella Emberg and Sherrie Hewson. ProducerTudor Davies
Executive producer John Bishop
Bob Larbey 's comedy series about a self-made millionaire, plagued by marital problems. Starring Dennis Waterman Sam Kelly , Joan Sims
Jane Webster , the new woman in Tony's life, is a big hit with everyone - except his wife.
Director Paul Harrison
Producer Gareth Gwenlan
More stories of heroism and bravery, reconstructed with the emergency services, actors and the people involved in the original rescue.
Tonight: a home video of how a canoeist became trapped under tons of freezing white water, and how a series of extraordinary coincidences helped save the life of a man injured on a Lake District mountainside. Meanwhile, video reporter Juliet Morris goes out on patrol with Manchester's fire brigade.
Introduced by Michael Buerk. Series producer Andy Batten-Foster
LIFESAVER GUIDE: with details of safety information featured throughout the series. Send a chequefor£2.5O (payable to BBC Education), to: [address removed]
SAFETY INFORMATION: Ceefax page 686.
Powerful drama of innocents going to war, starring Mel Gibson Mark Lee
May 1915: Australian athlete Archy Hamilton resolves to help the Anzac war effort in the Dardenelles. Together with fellow patriot Frank Dunne , he makes an all-out effort to join the Light Horse, but finds the shocking reality of war far from the glory he had imagined.
Director Peter Weir
SEE FILMS pages 63-72
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