With Jill Dando and Justin Webb.
Topical discussion. Stereo
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With Zoe Ball.
The Playground Stop. Stereo
Featuring 10.40 Consumer Sleuth 10.45 Needlecraft 11.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News; Weather 11.05 TV Comment 11.10 Agony Phone-in 11.20 StarGuest of the Day
11.30 Video Horoscope 11.40 Touch of Love
11.45 Survivors 11.55 Hot Line
12.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News;
Guests Paul Daniels and Patricia Routledge join Judi Spiers.
12.55 Regional News; Weather
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo Subtitled
Quiz with Henry Kelly.
The North v New Zealand, from Anfield. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith and Bill Beaumont. Introduced by Chris Rea.
Executive producer Johnnie watherston
With Toby Anstis.
The Tracys travel to Tyneside - the final port of call on their musical pilgrimage. Stereo FACTSHEET: write to [address removed]
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Debbie and PJ have a heart-to-heart and Charlie keeps Dale up to scratch.
Marcus takes Morph clubbing and gets more than he bargained for. There is some bad news for Amanda.
This week's episodes written by Judy Forsnaw
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A crisis brings the Willis family back together. Rick and Debbie have five minutes of fame.
(For cast see Wednesday. Shown at 1.30pm)
With Peter Sissons and Anna Ford.
Weather Ian McCaskill 31
Esther Rantzen and Mike Smith are joined by Sir Harry Secombe and BBC newsman John Humphrys to celebrate more unsung heroes who have performed outstanding acts of kindness or courage. They include 5-year-old Emma [text removed] , who saved her mother's life, a very special headteacher and a GP who organises medical aid to eastern Europe. This week Esther flies to Majorca, disguised as a Spanish-speaking nun, to discover if any British holidaymakers will stand in as a coach rep when the real one gets called away. Director Stuart McDonald
Series producer Richard Woolfe
Kathy's business plans conflict with lan's and Aidan and Mandy are up to their tricks. (For cast see Thursday)
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Several weeks into their filming schedule, and the BBC crew were already treated as part of the furniture at Sheffield Children's Hospital, and began to understand the hard realities of the economies that force the staff to make some difficult decisions.
Severe winter weather has led to a rush of emergency admissions, and every bed is full; but there are still children with chronic problems in need of surgical beds. Into the chaos comes Michael [text removed], a toddler with a serious intolerance to food, here to attempt the "egg challenge".
Meanwhile 2-year-old Luke [text removed] is down on intensive care, as he has been for most of his life, struck down by a rogue virus, paralysed from the waist down. And Jonathan [text removed] is back, as the frame on his foot is causing him pain.
Ian Botham is joined by Liz McColgan , former world championfor 10,000m, and Jonathan Davies , current rugby league captain of Wales. On Bill Beaumont 's team are
Andy Goram , Rangers and Scotland goalkeeper and Jonny Searle , world and Olympic gold medallist in rowing's coxed pairs. David Coleman referees. Executive producer Mike Adley
With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Weather Ian McCaskill
The powerful drama series starring Neil Pearson.
Inter-service rivalry breaks out when an intruder is shot dead at a Territorial Army base.
Forced to accept help from an attractive Home Office official, Clark's investigation into the activities of MI5 and Special Branch teaches him a harsh lesson in the realities of power.
Episode written by Rob Heyland
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Writer Michael Frayn has long been fascinated with eastern europe, and to celebrate his
60th birthday in September he visited Prague to make an Omnibus film on one of the world's most beautiful cities.
It is, as he reveals, a city of contrasts and ironies. In the shadows of its marvellous architecture, for example, lies a network of covered passages and secret underworld paths. It has a Protestant history, yet is a showcase of Catholic art. During the war, the Allies defended
Warsaw, which was destroyed, but ignored Prague, which thus survived. And, most recently, it remained largely unchanged because it was run by Communists dedicated to reforming the world.
Frayn explores the city's theatrical tradition, in particular the tiny showcases for illusion and puppetry for which Prague is famous, like the Magic Lantern and the Black Theatre.
Producer Dennis Marks
Series editor Nigel Williams
Gothic horror/drama starring Bette Davis, Joan Crawford
Former movie star sisters "Baby Jane" and Blanche Hudson live alone in a decaying Hollywood mansion. But Blanche, now an invalid, is at the mercy of the increasingly demented and sadistic Jane. (1962) (B/W) (Subtitled)
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