With Justin Webb and Sally Magnusson.
Regional News; Weather
With Zoe Ball.
Playdays: The Patch Stop.
Presenter ("Children's BBC"):
10.40 Good Morning
10.45 Room for Improvement
11.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News and Weather
11.05 TV Review
11.10 Star Guest of the Day
11.20 Touch of Love
11.30 Patric Walker's Video Horoscope
11.50 Medical Phone-In
12.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News and Weather
Today's guest is singer and actress
12.55 Regional News; Weather
(Details at 5. 35pm) Stereo
Romantic Second World War drama starring Hugh Williams
A journalist stationed in Norway uncovers a secret Nazi U-boat base, with dramatic results. With Deborah Kerr , Ralph Richardson and Finlay Currie.
Director Harold French (1942) B/W
FILM REVIEWS pages 43-49
With Toby Anstis.
BBC NODDY MAGAZINE: 7Opfrom newsagents.
Bill's New Frock. Second of a three-part story.
Slogthwaite in Lancashire is the home of the Sloggers cricket team, and the setting for this new six-part drama by Sid Waddell , best known for his television darts commentary.
Lenny is 14, captain of the Sloggers and, accordingto his cricket-mad mum, the next Geoff Boycott. But Lenny has other ideas.
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With John Leslie, Diane-Louise Jordan and Anthea Turner.
Rick plans the party of the century. Gaby and Wayne spend the night together. Debbie is shocked by the identity of the new classmate.
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather Penny Tranter
The weekly look at the UK charts, with videos and performances from leading bands. Plus some pre-chart exclusives. Introduced by Tony Dortie.
Producer Stanley Appel
Gita is devasted by what she has seen, and has important decisions to make. Michelle has a surprise announcement. Phil has a proposition for Frank, and when Nadia turns up yet again in the Vic, Grant decides to take matters into his own hands.
Episode written by Tony Etchells Producer Barbara Emile
Director Chris Fallon
A new hospital comedy by Andrew Marshall , creator of 2 Point 4 Children and co-writer of the recent drama If You See God, Tell Him.
Starring Gary Olsen as the registrar at the St James's General, whose Surgical Team B faces a daily battle with medical dramas, rising costs and their own chaotic relationships.
In tonight's second episode, will Kate go to any lengths to get her own way on the anniversary of her cancelled wedding with Michael?
Meanwhile Diana's plan for increasing revenue goes down badly with Rex.
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Orang Utans ...out on a Limb
Since orangutans live in the highest branches of trees in the tropical rainforest, this is understandably the very first time that a film of their private life has been made. The location is a remote region of northern Sumatra, and the film follows the first year of life of a baby orang utan nicknamed Yossa. Yossa's parents are the dominant members of their species in the area, but producer Susan Western still says:
"Yossa's path to the top will be a precarious one. Notjust because of the personal challenges to survival, but also because his home is in one of the most threatened environments in the world, lowland tropical rainforest."
David Attenborough is the narrator.
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With John Humphrys. Subtitled
Weather Penny Tranter
A two-part drama tracing the youthful escapades of the member of an American dynasty who became 36th President of the United States.
"It's us against the world," was the motto of the head of the Irish-Catholic family and business empire, Joe Kennedy Sr. In his son Jack the fighting spirit was reflected in a determination to live life to the full, especially as far as women were concerned.
In 1937 Joe Sr was appointed US ambassador to Great Britain, and Jack came to learn the nature of Nazi tyranny. This led him to support America's entry into the war, but Joe Sr remained an isolationist, bringing the two into conflict. The conflict increased when Jack planned to marry Danish journalist Inga Arvad, and Joe Sr informed him she was a German spy.
The concluding part is tomorrow at 9.30pm.
John F Kennedy:
Kathleen Kick Kennedy:
Recorded live last year, James Taylor 's set includes his hits You've Got a Friend and Sweet Baby James.
RCN Nursing Update: Caring for People with Learning Disabilities.