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 Patric Walker 's Video Horoscope 11.45 Video Diaries 11.50 Phone-In 12.00 News Subtitled Regional
Game show hosted by Mark Evans with children from St Saviour's C ofE primary, Birmingham. Last week's winners visit the zoo. COMPETITION: send answers to What the Chicken Is It?. PO Box 900, London W 126WW.
SEE THIS WEEK page 18
Six-part drama filmed in Slovenia and the Czech Republic.
3: Maria realises that only she can resolve the feud. With Noah Huntley , Camilla Power, Thomas Szekeres ,
Jean Anderson. lain Cuthbertson, Richard Elfyn , Philip Madoc , Miriam Margolyes.
Based on Elizabeth Goudge 'sA Little White Horse, adapted by William Corlett
1988. The news: Red Nose
Day is launched and public awareness grows about mankind's destruction of the environment; Harry Enfield makes "Loadsamoney" while Edwina Currie makes a meal out of eggs. Ronald Reagan makes his first visit to the USSR and George Bush makes it to the White House.
Ben Johnson 's Olympic 100m race ends in disgrace. A series of natural and man-made disasters brings the year to a tragic end. The music includes George Michael , Kylie Minogue ,
Terence Trent D'Arby , Aztec Camera, Michael Jackson , INXSandRoyOrbison.
Mending Stuart's Leg. With a roof and a limb to repair, Foggy sets about the twin tasks with military precision.
Written by Roy Clarke
Producer Sydney Lotterby
Last episode in Carla Lane 's comedy series starring Michael Angelis
SueJohnston Harold has got rid of Eden after her vengeful attempt to seduce Darwin. But his troubles are by no means over as the factory goes further into debt.
Director/Producer Mike Stephens
At the age of 12 Sir John Wilson was blinded in a school laboratory accident, and has dedicated his working life to the prevention and treatment of disability. Thirty years ago the Prime Minister of India, Pandit Nehru , told him that India's greatest asset was its railway system, and many years later Sir John has persuaded the Indian government to provide a train fitted out as a mobile hospital, travelling from village to village throughout India.
Bismilia is 7. Since contracting polio as a baby she has never been able to stand, gettingaround her village by crawling in the dirt. Then her mother heard about the " magic train", the Lifeline Express.
QED follows the train into
Bismilla's village to treat those suffering from polio, blindness and deafness. The film also covers Sir John's first visit to the train, and the first steps Bismilla takes after her operation. Narrator Sue Lawley. Producer Fiona Holmes
Series editor Susan Spindler
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Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
Highlights of the Republic of Ireland's friendly with Holland in Tilburg, a test for their
World Cup plans. The Dutch, among the cup favourites, can call upon leading players like Dennis Bergkamp and Frank Rijkaard. But Jack Charlton 's Irish team can field its own stars, including Manchester United's Roy Keane. Also tonight, Northern Ireland begin their bid to qualify for the European Championship, playing Liechtenstein in Belfast. Meanwhile Wales meet Sweden in a friendly in Wrexham, with a different manager at the helm for the third match in succession.
Commentary by Barry Davies , Tony Gubba and Liam Brady.
More first round action, with Steve Davis facing Dene O'Kane , and Neal Foulds meeting Anthony Davies. Producer Vivien Kent
Comedy starring the Carry On team, set in a Georgian England beset by a band of highwaymen.
Director Gerald Thomas (1974) (Tomorrow: What Changed Charley Farthing? at 12 midnight)
FILM REVIEWS pages 47-52
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