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Gloria Hunniford and Caron and Michael Keating look at high-tech photo albums.
The pain-free way to lose Christmas flab and get in shape by a combination of diet and exercise.
With Toby Anstis.
Animation narrated by Simon Cadell. Today, Bump has umbrella problems.
A 13-part series about a girl who builds a model world.
With Sarah Davison.
Written by Philip Hawthorn
George's Marvellous Medicine by Roald Dahl.
First of a daily five-part story, told by Rik Mayall.
Including a special report from Namibia.
Cameron becomes suspicious of Helen's latest protege.
With Peter Sissons and Jennie Bond. Subtitled
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The latest regional news presented by Tim Ewart , with sport from Rob Curling.
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Family life is under scrutiny in this series of live programmes from the homes of four British families.
Tonight: are family meals important and can any of the families endure eating breakfast together?
Viewers also get the chance to take part in the Family Watch phone vote.
I Over 90 per cent of road accidents are caused by human error, for instance by falling asleep, and it's an error that kills around
4,000 people every year. This
Watchdog special investigates the behaviour that turns ordinary drivers into killers, and asks: "How safe is your driving?"
The programme has conducted the largest-ever survey of driving habits, and concludes that most of us are not as skilled as we think we are.
When picked at random, seven out of ten experienced drivers fail the driving test! Producer Simon Walton
Editor Sarah Caplin
On Bill Beaumont 's team this week are Michael Bentt , the British-bom WBO world heavyweight champion, and Damon Hill , winner of three races in last year's Formula 1 world championship.
Ian Botham is joined by Rob Andrew , England's most capped fly half who toured New Zealand with the British Lions last year, and Erik Thorstvedt , the Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper who will play for Norway in this year's World Cup finals.
In this first episode the manager of the Whitbury Leisure
Centre, Gordon Brittas , invites Sebastian Coe to promote fitness in "Life Cycle Week."
Written by Richard Fegen and Andrew Norriss Producer Mike Stephens
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With Michael Buerk.
Weather Michael Fish
Patrick Malahide , currently appearing in BBC2' s Middlemarch, returns as Ngaio Marsh 's upper-crust 1940s detective in a special one-off film that follows on from last year's series. "He's extremely intelligent, very mercurial, very old-fashioned," says Malahide of Alleyn. "You would be foolish to make an enemy of him, even though he would never resort to bullying tactics and he'd be unfailingly polite."
Alleyn is busy investigating the discovery of a dead body in a drainage ditch outside the home of Percival Pyke Period (played by John Gielgud ) in the quiet backwater of Chalfont Green.
Screenplay by Ken Jones
Producer George Gallaccio ; Director Martyn Friend
Chief Inspector Alleyn:
Percival Pyke Period:
Hugo De Moncrieff:
Highlights of tonight's FA Cup third round tie between First
Division Millwall and the Cup holders Arsenal from the New Den. Commentary by Barry Davies. With Ray Stubbs.
Tonight: Carlito's Way, starring Al Pacino and Macaulay Culkin in The Good Son, a thriller. And Tom Brook meets Martin Scorsese and Michelle Pfeiffer to discuss
The Age of Innocence which also stars Daniel Day-Lewis . Director Liz Ekberg
Producer Bruce Thompson
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A report which finds a link between shipping movements in Hong Kong harbour and a cottage in rural Scotland. Series editor Stephen Moss
2.00 Voluntary Sector Television: the Social Agenda. 80966 3.00 RCN
Nursing Update: Unit 21 - -Caringfor People with Learning Disabilities.
28879 3.30 Pathways to Care: Taking Risks. All in the Game: how much do children understand about risks?