Featuring: 10.40 Good Morning 10.45 Room for Improvement 10.50 Consumer Road Test 11.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News and Weather 11.05 TV Review 11.10
Medical Phone-In 11.20 Star Guest of the Day
11.30 Video Horoscope 11.40 Touch of Love
11.55 Hot Line 12.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News and Weather
Romantic adventure starring Tony Lo Bianco Sally Kellerman
To save his ship from repossession, Captain Magee must venture across the Australian bush, having to kidnap a most unwilling ally on the way.
Director Gene Levitt (1978)
Tricky Dicky's in trouble on the market - will he give Big Ron's stall back? Pauline's hopes of finding Pete are renewed. Dr Legg drops another bombshell on Mandy and Aidan.
Episode written by Joanne Maguire Producer Barbara Emile Director Margy Kinmonth
Stereo Subtitled 53
I describes it as "the most spectacular rush hour in nature". These are the chinstrap penguins, thousand upon thousand, waddling along the beaches, across glacial torrents and up near-vertical cliffs to feed their chicks.
Summer is short, and the next generation must be independent before winter.
On the beaches of South
Georgia, bull seals fight furiously forterritory. Further south, in 24-hour daylight, the thaw is underway, and icebergs the size of cathedrals begin to disintegrate and splinter into the sea. The fresh water thus released stimulates the sparse vegetation and awakens the tiny orange mites, the size of a pin head but nevertheless the largest land-based predator on the continent.
By February most of the winter ice has gone. As the sea routes open briefly it is time for the adelie penguins to feed their young, for the first storms of the next winter are not far away. Producer Alastair Fothergill
Cheek-by-beak with 100,000 chinstrap penguins SEE FEATURE page 46
New romantic comedy about an unlikely time traveller, starring Nicholas Lyndhurst
Gary returns to 1940 to try to protect Phoebe and Eric from an impending air raid, but nearly ends up in prison.
Wntten by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran Director Robin Nash
Producer John Bartlett
An Alomo production for BBCtv
Last in the comedy series starring Richard Briers as a retired widower obsessed by television commercials.
Godfrey Spry experiences the miracle of private health care, and explores the wondrous opportunities available under the government's new scheme.
Written by David Renwick and Andrew Marshall Director/Producer Marcus Mortimer
Michael Portillo , Chief
Secretary to the Treasury, and Labour's Trade and Industry spokesman Robin Cook are on tonight's panel in London.
Peter Sissons is in the chair.
Producer Prue Keely
Editor Alexandra Henderson A Brian Lapping production for BBCtv
The recording studio is the setting for British singer/ songwriter Beverley Craven to perform her hits including, Promise Me, Woman to
Woman and Love Scenes, as well as other songs from her new album.
Director John G Smith
A White Rabbit production for BBCtv
2.15-2.45 Executive Business Club: scrambled 86094203 3.00-3.30
RCN Nursing Update: Unit 10: Diabetes Care: Dispellingthe myths
4.00-4.30 Legal Network Television: Introduction to the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 95425 5.28 Nuclear Electric announce their interim results to the press and City analysts.
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