With Nicholas Witchell andjill Dando.
(For details see Monday;
With Zoe Ball.
The Playground Stop.
Featuring 10.40 Will Hanrahan provides answers to your problems 10.45 Good Housekeeping 11.00 News (Subtitled)
Regional News; Weather 11.10 Star Guest of the Day 11.20 Touch of Love 11.30 Patric Walker 's Video Horoscope 11.45 Animal
Detective 11.50 Agony Phone-In 12.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News; Weather
Guests include actor David McCallum. Hosted by Ross King.
(Detailsat 5.35pm) Stereo
Swan Song. Behind the sincere smile of country singing evangelist
Tommy Brown lies a corrupt spirit prepared to break the Sixth Commandment - thou shalt not kill. However, Columbo is on hand to dispense retribution. With Peter Falk , Johnny Cash and Ida Lupino.
With Toby Anstis.
Crossword puzzle. Competition: send answers to Sick as a Parrot, BBCtv, [address removed].
Flour Babies, second of three parts.
Comedy, music, games and fun with Mickey Hutton , Paul Leyshon and Colette Brown. COMPETITION: ring [number removed](maximum call 25p). For rules send sae to [address removed]
Mr Manyeke comes to the rescue.
This week's episodes written by Chris Ellis
(Episode Won Friday at 5. 1 0pm)
Suspicion builds about Jim's secret love. Annalise's life is turned upside down.
With Martyn Lewis and Andrew Harvey Subtitled
Weather John Kettley 78
This week, Jill Dando embarks on one of the great travel experiences - a canoe safari down Africa's breathtaking
Zambezi river; Eamonn Holmes begins a three-part report from the Spanish costas with a look at Benidorm on the Costa Blanca; while back at home,
Sheryl Simms tries a holiday staying in a luxury caravan in the grounds of an historic castle in Berwick-upon-Tweed. Producer Simon Shaw ; Editor Jane Lush
BBC HOLIDAY LIVE 94 EXHIBITION: from
10-13 February at Olympia, London. For ticket details ring: [number removed]
HOLIDAY SUPPLEMENT: pages 59-74
Michelle has some news for
Sanjay about Gita. Nigel continues his hospital visits. (For cast see Thursday)
Stereo Subtitled 2
The series which goes behind the scenes of television and film to reveal the secrets, skills and techniques employed to make the amazing seem real. Presenters Desmond Lynam and Jenny Hull also look at stories of achievement from the worlds of medicine, science, sport and entertainment. Also, there are features on how ordinary people manage to overcome extraordinary odds. Producer John Longley
Executive producer Alan Boyd A Reg Grundy/Telepictures production for BBCtv
Anne Robinson presents viewers' letters, phone calls and faxes commenting on BBC programmes. Also the residents of Banbury in Oxfordshire air their views.
Producer Bernard Newnham
WRITE TO: Points of View. BBCtv Centre. London W12 7RJ; or phone or fax on:
With Peter Sissons Subtitled Regional News
Weather John Kettley
Each week, Tim Firth 's highly-praised comedy drama about Territorial
Army part-timers in Lancashire has homed-in on a particular character's struggle for health, wealth and happiness.
In tonight's penultimate episode, it's the turn of Diesel
(played by Tony Marshall ). He is striving to make a commercial success of his garage and has to face up to the fact that "to make a silk purse out of a sow's ear you need lots of cash". Luckily, Lloydy is on hand to lead the platoon on a mission to recover a secret stash of finance hidden somewhere in the countryside around Roker Bridge.
Director Brian Famham ; Producer Chris Griffin
Machiavelli for Parents and Teenagers. This week, the series that looks at adolescent life from both sides of the battlefield examines the use of fear in family negotiations.
The programme examines how problems can escalate out of proportion. Can a teenager really get kicked out of a home because of a row over a haircut?
What should parents do when they discover that their teenage son has brought a pornographic magazine into the house?
In the studio, actors portray a family scene which leads to the typical teenager door-slam.
Psychologist John Heron uses this argument to get a group of parents and teenagers to discover a different approach to family power struggles.
Director Ed Harriman ; Producer Val Corbett
A Goldhawk production for BBCtv BOOKLET: send cheque or PO for £2.00. payable to BBC Education, to [address removed]
Teenage romance I written by John Hughes and starring Eric Stoltz
Keith Nelson is an outsider at his small-town USA high school. However, things change when he embarks on a campaign to land Miss Right.
Director Howard Deutch (1987) J
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