With Andrew Harvey and Tanya Sillem. (Fordetalls see Monday)
With Zoe Ball.
The Roundabout Stop. Stereo
Today's features are: 10.40 Advice Clinic
10.45 Corridors of Care 11.00 News
(Subtitled) Regional News; Weather 11.05 TV Comment 11.10 Advice Phone-in: Money and the Law 11.20 Star Guest of the Day 11.30
Video Horoscope 11.40Touch of Love 11.45 Garden Doctor 11.55 Hotline 12.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News; Weather
Guests include Olympic gold medallist Linford Christie.
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo Subtitled
Grand Prix from the Hexagon, Reading. Coverage of a quarter-final match.
With Toby Anstis.
Adventures with the clumsy, often misunderstood little penguin.
BBC Pingu magazine: featuring stories, puzzles and activities, published fortnightly 70p, from newsagents.
Picture-book series. This week the storytellers are Miriam Margolyes and Bill Wallis.
SEE THIS WEEK page 18
Cartoon series. Subtitled
Ideas for picture-making.
Today, the presentation by the Duchess of Kent to the winners of the BT/Childline awards for outstanding services to children - the awards that are nominated by the children themselves. The three finalists are a Scottish school caretaker whose commitment went far beyond just doing his job; a severely disabled foot and mouth artist who sells his pictures to raise funds to help a primary school; and a London taxi driver who makes dreams come true for kids.
Robyn is thinking about someone but is he thinking about her? Written by David Angus
Julie orchestrates the ultimate revenge on Benito. Doug is shocked by Jill's ultimatum.
With Andrew Harvey and Mike Smartt. Subtitled
Weather Rob McElwee
Spielberg's fantasy comedy starring Dennis Quaid
In a top secret miniaturisation experiment, micronaut Tuck Pendelton is about to begin a fantastic voyage through a laboratory animal. But when the lab is raided by industrial spies, he ends up being injected into the unwilling body of Jack Putter , a hypochondriac clerk.
Director Joe Dante (1987)
FILM REVIEWS pages 56-60
Lieutenant Tuck Pendelton:
Dr Margaret Canker:
By the Liberal Democrats.
(Also shown at 10.00pm on ITVand 10.25pm onBBC2) Subtitled
With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Weather Rob McElwee
The enmity between Margaret Thatcher and Michael Heseltine is at the heart of the second part of this major profile of the ex-Prime Minister.
In her second term in office after victory in 1983, Mrs Thatcher's position seemed impregnable. Her conduct of the Falklands War was popular, she had trounced Arthur Scargill and the striking miners In 1984/5, and had survived the bombing by the IRA of the Grand Hotel at Brighton. But defence secretary Mr Heseltine's handling of the Westland affair nearly led to a general election and the threat of defeat. "Over-poweringly ambitiousand self-centred," is how she describes Mr Heseltine.
Ill-feeling between the two was to break out again dramatically in 1990, when Heseltine led the challenge to Thatcher's leadership of the party which preceded her overthrow.
Cabinet secretary Robert Armstrong and ex-chancellor Nigel Lawson are among those contributing their views on this tempestuous relationship.
"People were very ready to give us their opinions on Mrs Thatcher," says series producer Hugh Scully. "When it became clear that she was going to talk openly about her years in power, many of her colleagues realised that this was going to be a historical document and wanted their voices to be heard."
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Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
Telford's Richie Woodhall defends his Commonwealth middleweight title against
Canada's Gerry Meekison at the Gala Centre, West
Bromwich. Also Paul Weir 's first defence of the WBO straw-weight title against
Lindi Memani. Commentary by Harry Carpenter.
Turkey v Poland in the World Cup, plus Premiership action.
The quarter-finals from the Grand Prix at Reading's Hexagon Theatre.
The All Blacks v Midlands
Division, plus news of Llanelli v the South African Barbarians.
Editor Brian Barwick
Teen comedy about a pair of reprobates who are determined not iu win out like their parents and teachers - and in the process create havoc in the middle-class suburb where they're spending the summer.
Director Robert Altman (1987)
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Oliver Cromwell OC Ogilvy:
Randall Schwab Jr:
2.15 Accountancy Television: scrambled 601867 3.15-3.45Legal Network Television: scrambled
45139 4.00 TV Edits- French 2-TV2: scrambled