Nicholas Witchell and Sally Magnusson.
With Zoë Ball.
The Roundabout Stop.
Including: 10.40 Advice Clinic 10.45 Relax
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 The Club - More background dramafrom Newcastle United FC
11.50 Phone-In 12.00 News (Subtitled)
Regional News; Weather
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo
Presented by Janice Long.
Is a baby's disappearance a simple kidnapping, or part of something even more sinister?
Rebellion against authority is the theme of these extracts from classic
With Toby Anstis.
Part 2 of Who Stole a Bloater?
Chris Packham sets a Swedish forest on fire, Michaela Strachan meets a stoat and Howie Watkins goes "twitching" in North Wales.
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Final part. The medieval universe inhabited by Rabies is getting very strange indeed.
Wntten by Tony Robinson
Annalise is hurt by Fiona's change of heart.
With Martyn Lewis and Mike Smartt.
Weather Rob McElwee
Action adventure, starring
Given enhanced strength and stamina, sickly Steve Rogers became Second World War hero Captain America, but apparently died at the hands of the Nazis. However, over 40 years later, just as the US
President comes under threat from a mysterious conspiracy, a frozen body returns to life in the wilds of Alaska - and a legend lives again!
Director Albert Pyun (1989)
President Tom Kimball:
Comedy series about two defective investigators, starring Jasper Carrott Robert Powell
Studs. Louis and Briggs sail to Jersey on an investigation, where they come into conflict with Jim Bergerac and a horse's backside. Withjohn
Nettles, Nigel Davenport , George Sewell , Frank Windsor and Terence Alexander.
Written by Steve Knight and Mike Whitehill Director/Producer Ed Bye
A Celador production for BBCtv
With Peter Sissons.
Weather Rob McElwee
Bob Hoskins narrates a six-part series on Britain's, and in particular London's, criminal underworld since the Second
World War. Future episodes will cover the Richardson and Kray gangs; Soho vice; the growth of armed robbery, supergrasses and the popularity of the Costa del Crime; and the drugs industry.
Tonight's first film Thieves takes as its starting point the "wonderful opportunity", in the words of arch-villain Frankie Fraser, created by wartime and immediate post-war shortages. Black market profits were sufficient for police pay-offs to become commonplace - the beginning, perhaps, of police corruption as a serious problem.
In the 1950s the crime of safe-cracking grew - among those taking part is former war hero Eddie Chapman , said to be the first man in Britain to use gelignite. Peter Scott had a mission to steal from the rich (though he may have forgotten the second part of Robin Hood 's dictum), and his victims included Sophia Loren.
Producer Frank Simmonds
Series producer Lorraine Heggessey
The hard men of crime
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Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
Luton's Billy Schwer defends his British and Commonwealth lightweight crowns against title contender Sean Murphy , from St Albans.
Harry Carpenter commentates.
Olympic Winter Games
The latest from Lillehammer.
A look ahead to Saturday's Five Nations matches: England v Ireland and Wales y France.
A preview of the FA Cup fifth round and a roundup of the latest Premiership action. Producer Vivien Kent
Editor Brian Barwick
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