Daily magazine show with Anne Diamond and Nick Owen. Today: 10.40 Where There's a Will 10.45Travel 10.50 Medical Matters 11.00 News (Subtitled)
Regional News; Weather 11.05 TV Comment
11.10 Advice Phone-In 11.20 Star Guest of the Day 11.30 Patric Walker 's Video
Horoscope 11.40TouchofLove 11.45 Style Counsel 11.55 Hot Line 12.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News; Weather
The latest regional news presented by Tim Ewart , with sport from Rob Curling.
Editor Guy Peltiam REGIONAL PROGRAMME
RADIO TIMES AROUND BRITAIN GUIDE helps you get the most out of London and the South East. Available at£4.99 by telephone 0[number removed](credit cards only).
Star guests Karl Howman and Louise Jameson set questions on their television careers in this second semi-final round to find the 1993 Telly Addicts champions. Viewers can take part in the phone-in competition on 0[number removed](calls will cost 36p/48p per minute). Presented by Noel Edmonds.
Director Graham Wetherell Producer Richard L Lewis
Anne Robinson exposes the scandals of the high street and confronts the cowboys. Call the hotline live on [number removed] and talk through your story with a Watchdog researcher.
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Starring Joan Collins
Written by Ruby Wax , this one-off comedy tells the story of a temperamental Hollywood TV superstar who finally goes too far. Fired from the set, she finds herself shipped back to
London - where she has to face the family she left behind.
Director Ed Bye
Producer Justin Judd
Race, Violence and I the Law
New government figures suggest that racially motivated attacks in Britain are far more frequent than was previously estimated. Only a small proportion are reported, however, and even fewer reach the courts.
The problem has become so serious that some senior police officers believe that new and more stringent legislation is required to tackle racial violence. And yet it seems that existing law is not fully used, that racial crimes are under-investigated and rarely punished.
Reporter Margaret Gilmore talks to the victims - families under siege in their own homes, those who have suffered racial violence, and the family of a teenager murdered earlier this year.
Producer Indra de Lanerolle
Editor Glenwyn Benson
Third in a four-part dramatisation of Fay Weldon 's bestselling novel about marital discord and revenge.
Mary Fisher 's romantic idyll with Bobbo is threatened as her drunken mother and her lover's demanding children invade their lives.
Adapted by Ted Whitehead Producer Sally Head Director Philip Saville
Tonight's films under review: Addams Family Values,in which Raul Julia and Anjelica Huston reprise their roles in another gathering of that most peculiar of families.
American Heart, directed by Martin Bell , is about a man's hope for a new life on release from prison. It stars
Jeff Bridges who also produces for the first time.
And Tom Brook talks to
Kathleen Turner and Dennis Quaid about their film,
Undercover Blues, in which they play a married couple engaged in the business of spying. Herbert Ross directs. Director Paul Wooding
Producer Bruce Thompson
RADIO TIMES FILM AND VIDEO GUIDE: compiled by Derek Winnert with an introduction by Barry Norman , f 14.00 from booksellers.
BARRY NORMAN page 48
2.00 Voluntary Sector Television: the Social Agenda includes the CAF conference and the European Year of Older People. Followed by CancerLink TV. 97939 3.00 RCN Nursing Update: Unit 10 - Diabetes Care: Dispelling the myths.
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