Including: 10.40 Advice Clinic 10.45 Garden Doctor 11.00 News (Subtitled)
Regional News; Weather 11.10 Star Guest of the Day 11.20 Touch of Love 11.30 Video Horoscope 11.45 Video Diaries 11.50
Phone-In 12.00 News (Subtitled) Regional
News: Weather HOTLINE: 02 1 -[number removed](24 hours), orwriteto: PO Box 9000, Birmingham B5 7AN.
The first of six episodes about the mysterious Moonacre
Valley and the legends that surround it. Two orphaned children and their governess travel to the remote
Moonacre Manor where their uncle is caught up in an ancient feud.
A look at the news and music of one year. 1986: The news: Michael Heseltine resigns,
Jeffrey Archer is smeared then cleared in a call-girl scandal; the US bombs Libya;
Chernobyl is the world's worst nuclear accident; The music includes Cameo, Queen, Peter Gabriel , the Housemartins. Producer Sue Gagan
New current-affairs series.
Tonight: the implications of a controversial operation which can restore the hearing of the deaf. A cochlear implant changed the life of 8-year-old Michael [text removed], who had been deaf since the age of 2. But the success stories of children like
Michael, who have been helped by what has been called the new "bionic ear", have caused anger in the deaf community. Series producer Steve Anderson
Editor Peter Horrocks (Postponed from 23 March)
Last in the comedy series starring
Jasper Carrott Robert Powell
Rear Window. Temporarily confined to a wheelchair, Louis is convinced that he's witness to a brutal crime of passion.
Written by Steve Knight and MikeWhitehill Director/Producer Ed Bye
A Celador production for BBCtv
Sgt Nozzer Richardson:
WPC Sandy Taylor:
Carla Lane 's comedy series starring Michael Angelis Sue Johnston
Eden tries a new tactic in her bid to get revenge on Harold.
Director/Producer Mike Stephens
Although the football boot has evolved over the years, becoming lighter and more streamlined, the first radical re-think had to wait for former Liverpool player Craig Johnston and a rainy day in his native Australia. It has always been accepted that a football boot is made of leather, but is this the best material to provide control of the ball?
Many experiments and prototypes later, Johnston's moulded rubber boot is undergoing trials and is arousing huge interest throughout the football-playing world.
Leeds veteran Gordon Strachan says: "You've never seen anything like it - it's got a sweet spot like a golf club." And after testing the boot Liverpool and England under-21 player Jamie Redknapp confessed: "I could not hit those shots with my normal boot."
Although Johnston has no training in technology he has always been an 'ideas man', and this film traces the story of what could prove to be his most lucrative idea to date.
An Orlando production for BBCtv
BOOKLET: to obtain a copy of a special booklet based on this programme, send a cheque for Â£2.50, made payable to BBC Education, to [address removed]
SEE THIS WEEK page 10
Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
Including a preview of this weekend's FA Cup semi-finals and a review of recent FA
A look forward to the 151st
Grand National. Julian Wilson gives his views on the leading runners, riders and trainers.
The 58th US Masters begins in 24 hours in Augusta, Georgia. Steve Rider sets the scene.
The 35th running of the BBC Television Trophy.
Gerald Sinstadt commentates on the build-up and the race, which is shown live at 10.20pm. Producer Vivien Kent
Editor Brian Barwick
Alfred Hitchcock horror in the Late Hitch season, starring Tippi Hedren Rod Taylor
A chance meeting impels wealthy Melanie Daniels to track down lawyer
Mitch Brenner at his mother's home, 70 miles away. But when she arrives, an attack by a seagull is only a prelude to the terror that is about to be unleashed.
(1963) (Marnie is shown tomorrow at 11.45pm)
FILM REVIEWS pages 57-67
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