Including: 10.40 Advice Clinic 10.45
Mother Love Update 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
11.50 Phone-In 12.00 News (Subtitled)
Regional News; Weather
Chris Packham is in the Falklands and Michaela Strachan and Howie Watkins meet Antarctic animals - elephant seals, dolphins, albatrosses and penguins. Back home, they find some bizarre deep sea spiders and a cheesy mite.
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A five-part mystery drama.
4: Keith cannot accept the fact that he will never see David again, and begins to explore the candle's mystery.
Adapted by Marilyn Fox from a story by William Mayne
The news and music of one year. 1983. Cruise missiles arrive at
Greenham; Ronald Reagan pushes forward research into "Star Wars"; CDs and the 11 coin are launched and Margaret Thatcher is elected for a second term. The year includes songs by U2, Michael Jackson , Eurythmics,
David Bowie , the Police, Elton John , the Smiths and Prince.
Producer Sue Gagan
Is NHS cash being spent on luxuries for officials while hospitals have to rely on charity? Sybil Ruscoe meets the top surgeon who's gone undercover to expose life inside Quarry House, the new NHS headquarters in Leeds. Has your house been burgled recently? If so it might be just the beginning of your problems. Sankha Guha reports on the phenomenon of repeat burglaries.
Also, war on the riverbank. Mark Easton speaks to the small and extreme band of angling saboteurs. They claim fishing is cruel and resort to direct action to disrupt fishing competitions. They use frogmen to cut fishing lines, and on the banks of the River Severn a fist-fight breaks out between anglers and saboteurs. Producer Steve Anderson
Editor Peter Horrocks
Comedy series starring Jasper Carrott Robert Powell
Never without Protection
A duchess is caught canoodling with her police detective.
Written by Steve Knight and Mike Whitehill Director/Producer Ed Bye
A Celador production for BBCtv
Miss Red Button:
Carla Lane 's comedy series starring Michael Angelis Sue Johnston
Eden is determined to get her revenge on Harold after he ends their relationship.
Director/Producer Mike Stephens
It is six months since
Frank Bruno 's last world-title boxing challenge ended with defeat by Lennox Lewis for the WBC heavyweight championship. His professional record now stands at 36 wins and four losses (to James "Bonecrusher" Smith, Tim Witherspoon and Mike Tyson prior to Lewis).
At 32 he embarks on his latest comeback with a non-title bout against the 36-year-old
American Jesse Ferguson , live from Birmingham's NEC.
Ferguson's best recent result was a victory over former champion Ray Mercer in a modest career record of 20 wins in 31 fights. The much loved
Bruno must win tonight if he is to extend his career in the ring.
Harry Carpenter is at the ringside. Plus the latest football, cricket and racing news. Producer Vivien Kent
Editor Brian Barwick
In the early 60s robbery was relatively easy. Security in banks, by today's standards, was almost non-existent, and a shot fired at the ceiling would stand a good chance of shocking most cashiers into submission. Even the Great
Train Robbers did not feel it necessary to take guns with them and, as Buster Edwards and Tommy Wisbey recall, they were totally unprepared for the long sentences they received despite their lack of firearms. These sentences, though, did little to deter fellow robbers from using guns and the number of bank raids increased greatly.
Producers Jonathan Dent and Louise Norman
Senes producer Lorraine Heggessey
Second World War drama starring
Jacqueline Bisset Berlin 1939: beautiful aristocrat Nina von Halder puts herself in danger when she fights the Nazis by helping the persecuted escape from certain death.
Director Anthony Page (1985)
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