Vet Mark Evans reports on how one airline handles pets.
On the second day of the Conservative Party Conference delegates debate topics from education and health to trade and industry. Stereo
With Zoe Ball.
The Roundabout Stop.
Further coverage of the Conservative
12.55 Regional News; Weather
Quiz show hosted by Henry Kelly.
An unbalanced electronics wizard terrorises a psychiatrist. 2
Chef Jacques Pepin prepares lamb followed by bread cherry pudding, served with yoghurt.
With Toby Anstis.
Comedy dramas, written by and starring Wayne Jackman.
Cartoon. A few mouthfuls of his special
Cartoon series. Subtitled
Ideas for picture-making.
Presented by Tony Hart and Gabrielle Bradshaw.
Last in the children's drama series. A visitor to the Gallaghers is the last straw for Marcus.
Episode written by Matthew Graham A Zenith North production for BBCtv
Lou is stunned by Madge's proposal. Mr Knotts decides it's time to get a grip on his job which means that Rick and Debbie are in for a shock. Beth and Brad have a disagreement over a beauty contest.
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
Sequel to the original horror movie starring Roy Scheider
Four years after the first shark attack on Amity Island, Chief Brody prepares for the summer rush of tourists, unaware of the great white shark lurking in the bay.
Director JeannotSzwarc (1978)
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Anne Robinson presents viewers' comments - made by post, phone or fax - on recent BBCtv programmes. Producer Bernard Newnham
WRITE TO: Points of View. BBCtv Centre, London W 12 7RJ; or phone orfaxon [number removed].
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With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
On a Saturday morning in August, traffic on a long section of the Ml has come to a standstill. A minor collision in roadworks near
Luton has had a huge knock-on effect. Within an hour there are five more pile-ups and a 13-mile tailback. Tempers and radiators are at boiling point. Every day hundreds of thousands of caravans, lorries and day-trippers travel this stretch oftheMl.Britain'sbusiest motorway, and they have to negotiate the crashes and the contraflows.
Inside Story steps smartly through the barrier of cones to find out who is responsible for the chaos on Britain's roads, and asks, on behalf of every motorist: "Why does no one seem to be working in the coned-off lane?"
Producer Peter Dale was also responsible for the acclaimed Inside Story on a day in the life of BR's Network SouthEast, Old, DirtyandLate, screened in May. Executive producer Steve Hewlett
Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
Tonight offers a chance to Lewisham's unbeaten
European and Commonwealth heavyweight champion Henry Akinwande to stake his claim for a shot at the world title.
After 21 fights Akinwande has won 20 times and conceded just one draw, and after winning the European title in May, when he out-pointed Germany's Axel Schulz in Berlin, he is on the verge of the big time. But first he must get past the Russian Alexander Miroshnichenko at the Elephant and Castle. Commentary by Harry Carpenter.
A preview of England's crucial World Cup qualifier in Holland next week, which is likely to decide whether or not they reach the finals in the United
States next year. Also a look ahead to Wales's important match with Cyprus in Cardiff. Plus a review of the weekend's action in the Premiership and all the top sports news of the evening.
Producer Vivien Kent
Editor Brian Barwick
From the files of Joseph Wambaugh 's Police Story.
Monster Manor is the house where the craziest cops live - jokers, party animals, and good time guys. But the squalor of their lifestyle has its advantages - it makes a great cover for breaking a vice ring.
Director Aaron Lipstadt (1988)
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Another chance to record a preview of this year'sseries of resource material for advanced students of French and German