Nicholas Witchell and Sally Magnusson.
With Zoe Ball.
The Patch Stop.
Including 10.45 Room for Improvement
10.50 Consumer Road Test 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
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David Dimbleby. With Alan Titchmarsh.
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo
Live coverage of the first quarter-final.
With Toby Anstis.
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Last part of the children's drama series. A Yorkshire cricket coach arrives but who is he? All is revealed!
Written by Sid Waddell
Tim Vincent travels to La Plagne in the French Alps to train with Britain's bob-sleigh team as it prepares for the winter Olympics.
With Diane-Louise Jordan and Anthea Turner.
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Julie hosts a party that Ramsay Street will never forget.
With Anna Ford and Moira Stuart.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Weekly look at the UK charts. Introduced by Mark Goodier. Director Babara Jones
Nellie has some news for Arthur, and Frank has to bow to some financial pressure.
This week's episodes written by Jeff Povey
The talk is of exercise and sweat, smoking and steroids, and aangers that are lurking in the back yard. Anthea Turner , Dr Mark Porter and Brenda Emmanus
turn the spotlight on a healthy lifestyle in this pilot programme, from the same stable as The Clothes Show, for a possible new series.
Says John King , managing editor of the BBC's Leisure and Countryside unit: "There are plenty of programmes about casualties and illnesses. We are taking a positive, younger, light-hearted, but not funny, look at good health and fitness."
Tonight's programme features items on underarm deodorants filmed mainly on a train, advice on the pitfalls of over-enthusiastic exercise, with advice on how to avoid injury, and a feature on young people and poisons.
The programme also asks a group of Rotherham teenagers for their views on the latest anti-smoking adverts featuring John Cleese , and challenges them to make a commercial aimed at their own age group. Executive producer Roger Casstles
Underwater video technology, developed during the BBC Natural History Unit's making of programmes like Sea Trek and Life in the Freezer, helps to reveal the true nature of a coral reef for the first time.
David Attenborough, the narrator of the programme says: "The advances being made by [filmmaker] Peter Scoones are producing an exciting new insight into the undersea world."
The film shows the predatory world of the Red Sea's spectacular coral reefs, where vertical cliffs rise thousands of feet to the surface. It is a wall built of animals, each one a tiny predator waiting to ensnare its victim. In these tropical depths there is a chance to see jack mackerel darting into storms of silversides, lionfish packs hunting shoals of glassfish and the spawning of huge colonies of snappers and surgeon fish.
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With Peter Sissons.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Edina, Patsy and Saffy take a trip to Morocco.
Lost in Marrakech with Patsy and Edina
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More storming stand-up and sketches with Ben Elton.
Director John Burrowes ; Producer Geoffrey Perkins
David Dimbleby chairs tonight's edition, with a panel facing questions of the day from a representative audience. Producer Prue Keely
Editor Alexandra Henderson
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First of four programmes marking the month of Ramadan by exploring the traditions of the Muslim community in Britain. Tonight: the settlers. ProducerSarah Rutty
A Soul Purpose production for BBCtv
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