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General knowledge quiz for teams all over the country, presented by Janice Long.
Val finally introduces Danny to her circle of friends.
Gloria Hunniford and Caron Keating look at Sunday schools.
Jeni Barnett and Jennifer Chinn are joined by Catchphrase's Roy Walker.
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With Toby Anstis.
Comedy series. With Sarah Davison.
Written by Philip Hawthorn
Flour Babies, by Anne Fine. First of three parts, told by Sean Hughes.
The monthly entertainment show with Andi Peters.
Wayne's past catches up with him when he takes Gaby out. Philip discovers Hannah's guilty secret. And Beth realises just how far Brad will go to make her happy.
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart.
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Andrew Duncan interview with Martyn Lewis SEE FEATURE page 30
The latest regional news presented by Tim Ewart , with sport from Rob Curling.
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Tonight's edition of the panel game show welcomes Doctor Who and Worzel Gummidge star Jon Pertwee and comedian Jenny Eclair who line up against Drop the Dead Donkey's Steve Tompkinson and Leslie Grantham, currently starring in 99-1. Mike Smith hosts all the action.
Director John Rooney
Producer Graham Bowens
Anne Robinson exposes more scandals and confronts the cowboys on your behalf. Call the hotline live on [number removed]and talk through your story with a researcher. Editor Sarah Caplin
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This week, Bill Beaumont lines up with Nasser Hussain , the Essex and England cricketer who scored more first-class hundreds last season than any other England batsman, and cyclist Graeme Obree , the world champion in the 4,000 metre individual pursuit. Ian Botham 's team-mates are
Stuart Pearce , the Nottingham Forest and England soccer captain, and from the world of Rugby Union, Victor Ubogu , the Bath and England prop forward. David Coleman asks the questions.
Executive producer Mike Adley
BOOK: test your sporting knowledge with hundreds of questions in A Question of Sport 5, £5.99 from booksellers.
MrBrittas Changes Trains Brittas applies for a new job - as British representative on the European Leisure Industry Standards Committee.
Written by Richard Fegen and Andrew Norriss Director/Producer Mike Stephens
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Regional News Weather John Kettley
Simon Studholme died of leukaemia in 1992. His bedroom was next to the electricity meter and outside the house stands an electricity substation. Now the family lives in the half of the house furthest away from it, convinced that electromagnetic fields were responsible for Simon'sdisease.
His father Ray says: "You take responsibility for your children. You don't let them cross the road on their own - you're there, holding their hand. For God's sake, youdon'tthink that they're going to be in danger when they go to bed at night.
Tonight, Sarah Spiller asks why the public have been told nothingof the possible link between electricity and childhood cancers, when statistical research in the US and Sweden suggests that the link exists.
Producer Clive Edwards
Editor Glenwyn Benson
The third part of George Eliot 's novel, first screened last Wednesday on BBC2. The Vincy family waits anxiously to hear who will inherit old Peter
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Highlights of tonight's FA Cup fourth round tie involving holders Arsenal, who face a tricky tie away to Bolton.
However, nobody can match
Arsenal's cup record in the last year which has seen them win both domestic trophies and reach the quarter-finals of the European Cup Winners' Cup. Commentary by John Motson. Editor Brian Barwick
Tonight's films under review: Wayne 's World 2; Bodies Rest and Motion with Bridget Fonda and Tim Roth ; Les
Visiteurs, a French farce. Plus a visit to the set of Richard
Attenborough's Shadowlands to meet Anthony Hopkins. Director Liz Ekberg
Producer Bruce Thompson
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First of a four-part drama about middle manager and Spurs supporter Colin Edwards.
Series editor Stephen Moss
3.00 RCN Nursing Update: Unit 8 - A
Healthy Skin. 61536 3.30 Pathways to Care: Benefits - the carer's role.