Today: Carina Cameron visits Northern Ireland and learns about judo. Activ8 tries the muddiest assault course on a farm near Swansea. Plus, Antiqu8looks at one of our oldest street games, and Motiv8discovers "chucky", a new game invented by pupils from a school in Motherwell.
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Julie's interfering appears to have secured Philip's future.
Rick finds himself at the mercy of two factions. Paul makes a surprise announcement.
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The comedy impressionist presents a new variety spectacular based on his successful stage show. Davro mixes impressions with singing and dancing for some all-round entertainment and his guests tonight are Sheila Ferguson ,
Billy Pearce and Maddi Cryer. Director/Producer Tudor Davies
The classic self-sufficiency sitcom, written by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey.
The Good's garden is now well under way, and Tom is managing to barter reasonably successfully. When Margo finds out that Tom and Barbara want to keep pigs she enlists the help of the local residents' association.
Paul A Mendelson 's comedy series first shown last year. The Crying Game. Alec just wants to help Zoe face the future, but his solution is straight out of the ark.
Director John Kilby
A Cinema Verity production for BBCtv
More highlights of last year's series, reconstructed with the emergency services, actors and the people involved in the original rescues. This week: the 6-year-old boy who toppled into the gorilla pit at Jersey Zoo who was saved by one of the keepers and a local ambulance man. A rescue 500 feet beneath the North Sea when a diver's face mask shattered and the bizarre accident that left a motorist impaled on a 40 foot scaffolding pole. Plus first aid and safety tips.
Series producer Andy Batten-Foster
Screwball comedy starring
Madonna Aidan Quinn
Roberta is 28, married and bored. A chance look at a personal ad from someone
"desperately seeking Susan" begins a madcap adventure, a quest for something wild. But the real Susan is in deep trouble, and Roberta's obsession with her results in a bizarre change of identity which catapults her into the crazy world of night clubs, magic shows and murder.
Director Susan Seidelman (1985)
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