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With Janice Long ,
Paige rejects Tom's proposal.
With Toby Anstis.
Comedy series with Sarah Davison.
Written by Philip Hawthom
First of a five-part daily story.
Ruth Maguire and her family live on a quiet peninsula at Dooney. Then the Gettigans arrive. Written by Catherine Sefton and told by Diane O'Kelly.
Diane-Louise Jordan joins over children in a science sleepover at London's Science Museum.
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Bad omens abound on the eve of Brad and Beth's s wedding and Rick gets a surprise windfall from Cathy.
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 REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Entertaining panel game with clips from the best television comedy shows and the latest cinema releases. Tonight's edition welcomes actor Nigel Pivaro (alias Coronation
Streets Terry Duckworth ) and Normski, presenter of D
Energy, who take on Lorraine Kelly from GMTV and Phil Pope from KYTVand Spitting Image. Hosted by Mike Smith. Director John Rooney
Producer Graham B Owens
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 Bill Beaumont is joined by former England cricket captain Graham Gooch who has scored more test runs than any other English batsman and Gary McAllister , Leeds United midfielder who is also captain of Scotland. Bill
Beaumont lines up with Paula Radcliffe , the highest placed Briton in last year's World championship 3,000 metres and gymnast Neil Thomas the only Briton to have won a World championship medal when he won a silver in Birmingham last year. Hosted by David Coleman.
Executive producer Mike Adley
RADIO TIMES BOOK OF SPORTING DATES: a 365-day record of sporting history, price £5.99 from booksellers.
The new comedy series about Lenny, a thirty-something travel agent, separated from his wife and keen to impart his worldly wisdom to his innocent young colleague and lodger, Kendle Bains. Starring David Threlfall
The Big Fight. A man crashes his car into the tree outside
Lenny and Kendle's house at the dead of night, which has disturbing consequences for all.
Written by Daniel Peacock DirectorTerry Kinane
Producers Laurence Marks , Maurice Gran , Claire Hinson
An Alomo production for BBCtv
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Rob McElwee
An investigation into one of the biggest killers of middle-aged women in Britain - breast cancer. The programme reports on how doctors are either unaware of or are apparently ignoring the latest research on treatment, and questions whether Britain's hospitals are giving sufferers the best available treatment.
"I feel that had I been assessed properly I would have had a much better prognosis. I feel that I've had years taken off my life because of somebody's mistake at the outset", says breast cancer sufferer
Steve Bradshaw investigates why Britain has high rates of breast cancer and low rates of survival compared to other European countries. Producer Emily Smythe
Editor Glenwyn Benson
Torvill and Dean were the inspiration for this love story on ice which was first screened during the 1989 World Figure Skating Championships in Paris.
Ice Dance follows a young Nottingham couple who, like Torvill and Dean, have a magical partnership on ice which gives the illusion they are lovers.
However, off-rink the pair are struggling with parental pressure and personal problems. Can they overcome these setbacks to emulate the success of their idols?
As writer Stephen Lowe told Radio Times at the time, the drama is "the opposite of all those old musicals, where conflict between the lovers ends with a triumphant first night on Broadway."
The last of five programmes on job-hunting in Europe looks at opportunities in Barcelona.
Producer Mary Sprent FREE BOOKLET: write to [address removed]
Last in the series. A special report which investigates whether the training and enterprise councils are as friendly as they claim?
RCN NursingUpdate: Unit 44- Making Decisions.