With Andrew Harvey and Tanya Sillem.
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The Playground Stop.
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Opera singer Lesley Garrett chats to Judi Spiers.
(Lesley Garrett appears on Hearts of Gold tonight at 7.00pm)
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Quiz with Henry Kelly, Stereo
Live coverage from Welford Road,
Leicester of the whole of the Midland Division v New Zealand match, as the formidable triumverate of British Lions Martin Bayfield, Martin Johnson and Dean Richards prepare to meet the All Blacks again. Introduced by Chris Rea. Commentators Nigel Starmer-Smith and Paul Ackford.
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
With Toby Anstis.
The Tracys travel to London, and Andi Peters continues his guitar lessons.
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Angel brings exciting news. Chocolate mousse and an important letter give Frew an idea.
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(Part 6 on Friday at 5. 10pm) Subtitled
Rick and Debbie's holiday takes a dangerous turn.
With Andrew Harvey and Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Rob McElwee
Members of the public who have performed outstanding acts of courage and kindness are lured to the studios to be surprised with the Heart of Gold award.
Amanda [text removed] , 13, has raised more than £10,000 through her musical talent to help cancer charities despite having leukaemia. Hearts of Gold has secretly recorded Amanda playing with opera star Lesley Garrett. Tonight Amanda discovers that the recording is now a CD, released in aid of her favourite charity. In addition, a message of tribute from the Princess of Wales is read to her. The programme also recognises the extraordinary kindness of British Forces
Chaplain the Rev Leslie Hardman , who was among the first people to liberate Belsen concentration camp during the Second World War. Presented by Esther Rantzen and Mike Smith.
Director Stuart McDonald
Series producer Richard Woolfe
Cindy is still worried about Tricky Dicky's rumour mongering, and when he winds her up in the Vic she finds no one willing to come to her defence. (For cast see Thursday)
More drama at Sheffield
Children's Hospital. At 11.00pm, a baby is about to be born by emergency caesarian. If the baby's to survive, it will need major surgery, and specialists are standing by. Meanwhile, despite her disease of the gut and a sprained ankle, plucky Lisa [text removed] is determined to keep her date as mascot with Sheffield Wednesday. And back on Ward 5, Jonathan [text removed] has come round from a lengthy operation to correct his talipes, or club foot - to face the first of many days of pain. Producer Mark Phillips
Series producer Richard Bradley
Ian Botham is joined by Liverpool's John Barnes , winner of 73 England caps, and rugby union star Ben Clarke , of Bath, England and British Lions. On Bill Beaumont 's team are Devon Malcolm , the Derbyshire and England fast bowler, and golfer Trish Johnson , who scored two successive wins on the American tour this year. Executive producer Mike Adley
With Martyn Lewis , Subtitled Regional News
Weather Rob McElwee
The powerful drama series about internal investigations within the police force, starring Neil Pearson
When a senior politician is caught with his pants down, suspicion falls on his police protection officers. As the tabloid press reveal more,
Clark realises that someone's head must roll. But whose?
Episode written by Russell Lewis Producer Peter Norris
Director Robert Bierman
Chief Supt Graves:
DS Peter Woodward:
DS Karen McPhail:
DS Jackie Whittaker:
DS David Stowe:
When the great escapologist Houdini died on Hallowe'en
1926, friends remembered his claims that if anyone could come back from the dead, it would be him. Nearly 70 years later, they're still waiting, holding annual seances.
The flamboyant career of Harry Houdini , otherwise Czech emigre Erich Weiss , from poverty in Milwaukee to international stardom, is presented in theatrical style by a louche
Master of Ceremonies (JoeMelia). Archive footage of Houdini's outrageous publicity stunts, re-creations of his most famous escapes and interviews with his biographer, Ruth Brandon , and surviving contemporaries, analyse the enduring Houdini charisma. ProducerAnna Benson Gyles Series editor Nigel Williams
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A rock 'n' roll drama starring Elvis Presley Sentenced to jail for manslaughter, Vince Everett is taught to play the guitar by his cell-mate. After he is freed, he starts up a record company and a new star is born.
Director Richard Thorpe (1957)
Peggy Van Alden:
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