With Nicholas Witchell and Sally Magnusson.
With Zoe Ball.
The Playground Stop.
Including 10.40 Problem-solving with Will Hanrahan 10.45 Crafts 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 11.50 Agony Phone-In 12.00 News (Subtitled)
Regional News; Weather
With Judi Spiers.
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo
Negative Reaction. Photographer Paul Galesko 's solution to marital problems is to plan a murder. With Peter Falk and Dick Van Dyke.
With Toby Anstis.
Crossword puzzle. COMPETITION: send answers to Sick as a Parrot, BBCtv, Wood Lane , London W127RJ.
Stone Mouse. A story written by Jenny Nimmo and told by Rowena King.
Today's special guest is magician Paul Daniels , and in The Fame Game, a team from Children's BBC face the Gladiators. Presented by Mickey Hutton , Colette Brown and Paul Leyshon.
COMPETITION: ring [number removed] (maximum call 25p). For rules send sae to [address removed]
Sam's money-making idea hits a problem.
This week's episodes written by Alison Fisher (Episode 16 on Friday at 5. 10pm)
Wayne worries that his gun might have fallen into the wrong hands.
With Martyn Lewis and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
This week, Jill Dando presents the show from France, where she looks at camping holidays. John Pitman cruises through the Panama Canal to Mexico; Sankha Guha travels to
Slovenia in the former
Yugoslavia and Kathy Tayler goes surfing in north Devon. ProducerSimon Shaw; Editor Jane Lush (Repeatedon Friday at 2.20pm)
Bianca finds out that Richard is not easily fooled.
(For cast see Thursday)
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The series which untangles the mysterious and highlights impressive examples of human achievement in science, entertainment, sport and medicine. Presented by Desmond Lynam and Jenny Hull. Producer John Longley
Executive producer Alan Boyd
A Reg Grundy/Telepictures production for BBCtv
Anne Robinson presents viewers' opinions on BBC programmes. This week the people of Dumfries have the chance to air their views.
Producer Bernard Newnham
WRITETO: Points ofView, BBCtv Centre, London W 12 7RJ; or phone or fax on: [number removed].
With Michael Buerk.
Weather John Kettley
The pressure is mounting on television documentary reporter Maggie Donnelly in the second and final part of this thriller by Laura Lamson. The repercussions of exposing a brutal rapist are becoming ever more frightening following his suicide, since this has not stopped the abusive phone calls and threats to her. Who is her tormentor?
Donnelly is forced to involve the police when she receives a videotape confirming that her most intimate moments are being observed, and the mystery moves towards a violent climax.
Freeze - but Is It Art?
In 1988, art student Damien Hirst and a group of like-minded associates mounted an exhibition in a building in the East End of London. Entitled Freeze, it was a huge critical and commercial success, propelling Hirst and the group into the spotlight of the avant-garde.
More than five years later, Hirst exhibits to international acclaim and is regularly derided in the tabloid press.
This portrait of Hirst, which resumes the Omnibus season, is presented as a drug-induced nightmare after Hirst has been put to sleep by a sinister dentist, played by Donald Pleasence. In between interviews with fellow
Freeze artists including Angus Fairhurst , Sarah Lucas and Tracey Emin , Hirst is seen preparing Mother and Child Divided, his work for last year's Venice Blennale. The piece consists of a cow and a calf, each sawn in half, pickled in formaldehyde and exhibited in four tanks.
Producer Andrea Comes
Series editor Nigel Williams
Neil Simon 's wartime comedy, adapted from his own stage play, concludes BBC 1 's season of films dealing with adolescence. Starring Matthew Broderick
1945: young Eugene Jerome is sent to do his US Army training in Biloxi, Mississippi, a long way from his Brooklyn home.
Director Mike Nichols (1988)
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