10.50 Slice of Life - a look at food and our attitudes towards it
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 Showbiz Report
12.00 News Subtitled Regional News; Weather
The series that turns hidden cameras on bad customer service this week goes under ground. Dylan Winter , armed with a miniature camera, rides the tube trains of London and finds out how London Underground tests its own staff using people called mystery passengers. He then takes his video evidence of surly service to London
Underground's management. They put the blame at the government's door, showing how, six years after the fire, King's Cross is literally falling apart for lack of funds.
Series producer David Dawson-Pick
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The work that goes on behind the scenes at the Natural
History Museum can be even more fascinating than its exhibits. The first of two reports follows the museum's experts as they identify such potential exhibits as a black widow spider and a mysterious animal skin. Also, a look at a military research lab outside
Moscow that is turning its test facilities into a diamond factory. With Kate Bellingham , Howard Stableford, Carmen Pryce and Judith Hann.
Producer Saul Nasse ; Editor Dana Purvis
Classic comedy about a surly shopkeeper and his downtrodden assistant.
Starring Ronnie Barker David Jason
Arkwright improves the sale of an overstocked commodity with spellbinding efficiency, while Granville's lust for power falls flat on the floor.
Written by Roy Clarke ; Producer Sydney Lotterby
Nurse Gladys Emmanuel:
The surprise at the start of this new series is not that Zoe wants to go back to work after the birth of baby Fleur. Nor is it that second-time-around father Alec isn't keen to become a househusband. The shock is that everyone's favourite secretary, Hilary, has left
Callender and Callender and gone to the Isle of Wight "to spend more time with my
Derek" who is sadly residing in Parkhurst Prison.
Paul A Mendelson is confident that viewers will warm to her replacement - that is if Mrs
Tipple (aka Miss Flood) can find someone suitable.
Director Paul Harrison Producer Sharon Bloom
Stories of heroism and bravery, presented by Michael Buerk.
This week, a six-hour ordeal at sea when a woman is trapped under a capsized boat, and how a skier survived a night in freezing conditions in the Scottish mountains. Also, practical tips on how to stay alive if your car gets stuck in the snow, and the second report on the work of London's Helicopter Emergency
Medical Service. Plus 1,000 free life-saving courses in Lancashire. To book a place, ring 0[number removed]. Lines open at 9.30pm and the call will cost no more than 50p. More safety details on Ceefax page 621. Executive producer Andy Batten-Foster Series producer Andrea Brown
FILM The chilling horror I I story co-written and produced by Steven Spielberg , starring JoBeth Williams Craig T Nelson
The Freelings are just like any other Californian suburban family. Then one night their youngest child hears a voice from inside the television set.
An invasion of friendly spirits is followed by a terrifying force of evil which threatens to destroy the house and its occupants.
Director Tobe Hooper (1982)
FILM REVIEWS pages 47-52
Carol Anne Freeling:
Ends the season of late-night British comedies. Starring Eric Morecambe
Witless traffic wardens Eric and Ernie decide to go on a holiday in the south of France. Arriving in their vintage car to stay in a deserted villa, they become involved with a gang of jewel thieves.
Director Cliff Owen (1966)
FILM REVIEWS pages 47-52
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