With Tanya Sillem and Justin Webb.
Topical discussion. Stereo
Current affairs quiz. Stereo
With Zoe Ball.
The Tent Stop. Rpt Stereo
10.40 Value for Money
10.45 Life sans Frontieres
10.50 Garden Make-over
11.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News; Weather
11.05 TV Comment
11.20 Star Guest of the Day
11.30 Video Horoscope
11.40 Touch of Love
11.45 Showbiz Report
12.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News; Weather
With Judi Spiers, and special guest Sigourney Weaver.
12.55 Regional News; Weather
(Detailsat5.35pm) Stereo Subtitled
Chris learns that her father has cancer.
Today, working narrow-gauge steam trains in eastern Germany, an excursion by steam to Stratford-upon-Avon, a look at the North Yorkshire Moors Railway and a visit to Ecuador.
A Uneside Locations production for BBCtv
With Toby Anstis.
In Stockholm. Rpt Stereo
Today: body history. With Nicola Davies and Philip Hawthorn.
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The voles and fieldmice stay behind. Animation based on the books by Colin Dann
Including landspeed record holder Richard Noble, a giant marching band, a new electric supercar and a juggling hurdler. With Roy Castle, Cheryl Baker and Kriss Akabusi.
PJ makes a big announcement, and the lads go on strike.
(For cast see Tuesday at 5. 10pm)
Rick and Debbie's romance runs into serious trouble.
With Peter Sissons and Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Rob McElwee
This week's programme travels back in time: back to seven o'clock to make way for the time traveller himself, Doctor Who. Back to the future to find out how time travel may one day be possible. Back to the past with Raymond Baxter to find out what happened to some of the ideas first shown on the programme in the 60s. And back to earth - skydiving without a parachute.
Jon Pertwee and Katy Manning (as Jo Grant) were at the helm of the Tardis during the 1972/73 series from which this six-part Terry Nation adventure is taken, showing from this week as part of the celebrations of Doctor Who's 30th birthday.
Pertwee had already had one clash with the Daleks. But the actor himself was not greatly enamoured of his metal opponents. "I think the Daleks are boring", he said. "But people love them so I suppose I'm wrong".
Terry Nation, however, had good reason to disagree. He created the Daleks in 1963 for the second Doctor Who story as "hideous machine-like creatures... legless... with no human features". Designer Ray Cusick thought up the famous "pepperpot" look. "But", said Nation, "their continued existence meant that I found it impossible to write another successful monster for Doctor Who".
The Tardis lands on a strange planet with the Doctor unconscious, and Jo faces the dangers of an alien jungle.
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More tasks for family couples. Director Bill Morton ; Producer David Taylor
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
n Supernatural thriller starring
Jason Robards , Tom Hulce Spiritualist Martha Travis suddenly shocks her audience and scheming father by describing a violent murder she "sees". Is it a hoax?
Director Mike Hodges (1989)
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Detective Irving Weinbery:
The Haunted House of Horror
A group of young people hold a seance in a mysterious house.
With Frankie Avalon, Jill Haworth and Richard O'Sullivan.
Director Michael Armstrong (1969)
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And at 12.40am
House on Haunted Hill
Starring Vincent Price
Anybody who can survive a night at Frederick Loren's "haunted house" stands to win $10,000. But will he manage it himself?
Director William Castle (1958) B/W
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