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Today, revealing the winners of the Most Romantic Couple competition and at: 10.40 Where There's a Will 10.45 Travel Competition 10.50 Medical Desk 11.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News; Weather
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With Alan Titchmarsh.
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo
With Janice Long.
Sumner hovers near death.
There's a St Valentine's Day flavour to the show today for Gloria and Caron. ,
GMTVs Lorraine Kelly finds out about healthy eating during pregnancy.
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With Toby Anstis.
Comedy series with Sarah Davison. j Written by Philip Hawthorn
Tales from the Norse's Mouth, written and told by Sandi Toksvig , is the second of five stories about Amber the Viking. (The third story can be seen next Monday)
Stephen becomes unnerved by Russell's behaviour. An explosive situation develops between Fiona and Julie. Rick decides to arrange a children's party with a little help from Cameron the Clown.
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart.
Weather Rob McElwee
The latest regional news presented by Tim Ewart , with sport from Rob Curling.
Editor Guy Pelham
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It may be a St Valentine's Day j edition of the panel game, but ! there is no love lost between star contestants Julian Clary ,
Dora Bryan and Derek I Jameson as they answer questions on clips ranging from opera to soap opera posed by host Mike Smith. Director John Rooney
Anne Robinson exposes more scandals and confronts the cowboys on your behalf. Call the hotline on 081-743 and talk through your story with a researcher.
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This week, Ian Botham lines up with Arsenal and England soccer star Ian Wright , and Kendra Slawinski - England's netball captain and the world's ; most capped player with over
. 100 international appearances. Bill Beaumont is joined by Joakim Haeggman , who last year became the first Swedish golfer to play in the Ryder Cup, and swimmer Nick Gillingham , three times European Champion at 200m breaststroke and short course World Champion over the same distance. David Coleman asks the questions.
Executive producer Mike Adley
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Shall We Dance ?Whitbury Leisure Centre is closing its doors early to the public so that the staff can attend the Southern Area Leisure
Centres Staff Gala Ball. It promises to be a glittering occasion for both staff and "partners", but getting a partner seems to be where the problems begin for everyone, including Brittas.
Wntten by Richard Fegen and Andrew Nomss Director/Producer Mike Stephens
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With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Weather Rob McElwee
Battling for Air
Two thousand people die of asthma each year in Britain. The number of sufferers is growing, and blame is being levelled at air pollution.
Asthma blights the lives of perhaps one in seven children, and many more young asthmatics remain undiagnosed and untreated. Tonight, Roger Harrabin investigates Britain's hidden epidemic and reveals how traffic pollution may be shortening people's lives. Producer Andrew Williams
In the fifth part of George Eliot 's novel, first screened last Wednesday on BBC2, increasing debts open up an ever-deeper rift between
Lydgate and Rosamond, while her brother Fred returns to
Middlemarch but remains torn between his father's ambitions for him to enter the Church and his love for Mary Garth.
(for cast and the final part see Wednesday at
9.30pm on BBC2) Stereo
Tonight's films under review: Schindler's List,
Steven Spielberg 's true story about Oskar Schindler (
Liam Neeson ) -a war profiteer and member of the Nazi party who saved the lives of over a thousand Jews destined for certain death in Auschwitz.
Spielberg recently won the Golden Globe for Best Picture and Best Director for his film and is a strong contender for an Oscar next month; j A Bronx Tale, starring and directed by Robert De Niro. ' And the programme visits the set of Backbeat, set in Hamburg in the 1960s it's the story of the fifth Beatle Stuart Sutcliffe.
Director Paul Wooding
Producer Bruce Thompson
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Looking at a scheme to get young black people jobs in the building industry.
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Wound Care 43134 3.30 Pathways to Care: Working for Quality: NVQs and SVQs. How people involved in care can workforanNVQorSVQ.