Presented by justin Webb and Sally Magnusson.
With Zoe Ball ,
The Patch Stop. Rpt
Including 10.45 Roomforlmprovement
11.00 News Subtitled: Regional News and Weather 11.05 TV Review 11.10 Star Guest of the Day 11.20 Touch of Love 11.30 Patric Walker 's Video Horoscope 11.50 Medical Phone-In 12.00 News Suomied; Regional
News and Weather
With Alan Titchmarsh.
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo
European quiz hosted by Henry Kelly.
The concluding part of this adaptation of Gaston Leroux 's romantic chiller. Carlotta's sabotage of Christina's debut performance sets the Phantom on a furious spree of destruction.
Count Philippe deChagny:
With Toby Anstis.
When the humans leave the room, the toys come alive,
8: When bankruptcy threatens the Haxton Weekly, Watt knows what to do. At least, he thinks he does.
More madcap fun with the rubber Gristle family.
With Diane-Louise Jordan, Anthea Turner and Tim Vincent.
Julie is tormented by her guilty conscience. An old letter yields some bad news for Helen.
With Jill Dando and Anna Ford. Subtitled
Weather Rob McElwee
A weekly look at the UK charts. Director Babara Jones ; ProducerRic Blaxill
Nigel finds out there's a thief about and Carol has problems with a criminal closer to home.
Episode written by Jeff Povey Producer Diana Kyle Director Bill Hays
The population of the mountain gorilla, the gentle giant of the rainforests that straddle the borders of Rwanda, Zaire and Uganda, Is fewer than 400. This film follows the work of the biologists, conservationists and antl-poaching officers who have carried on the pioneering work of George Schaller and Dian Fossey In protecting the animal closest to man.
It Is a story full of humour and sadness. There are shots of a newly born Infant and the devouring of an ant's nest. But there is also the death of an another baby and the demise of Peanuts, the first gorilla to have physical contact with a human being, who died of old age during fllmlngof the programme.
And there are the concerns for the future, of Inter-breedlng, the hazards of disease and the risk of gorillas being caught In snares set for antelope.
Narrated by Brian Blessed. Producer Adrian Warren
Desperately Seeking "Dominic" In the last in the series, Greg Proops recalls the strange world of American neurosurgeon Wilder Penfield. Editor Horacio Queriro
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Weather Rob McElwee
Advice is being dispensed by everyone from nurses to senior surgeons in tonight's episode of the hard-hitting medical drama series. But newly-qualified junior doctor Andrew Collin , still trying to adjust to the grim reality of hospital life (and death), finds some of it a bitter pill to swallow. In Doctors and Nurses, Dr Claire Maitland tells him: "You haven't the power to promise life or death. If the patient has a disease, you try to treat it The rest is fate "
Written by John MacUre
Producer Paddy Higson ; Director David Hayman An Island World production for BBCtv
MELANIE HILL'S KIND OF DAY page
Dr Andrew Collin:
Dr Claire Maitland:
Dr Monica Broome:
Dr Rajesh Rajah:
Sister Pamela Lockley:
More comedy and caricatures. With Paul Whitehouse and Kathy Burke.
Director Geoff Posner ; Producers Geoffrey Perkins , Geoff Posner ; A Hat Trick production for BBCtv
Terry Waite will be among tonight's panellists facing questions from a cross-section of the British voting public.
Presented by David Dimbleby from Bristol.
Producer Prue Keely
Editor Alexandra Henderson
A Brian Lapping production for BBCtv
In the last in the series of interviews with showbusiness celebrities Jonathan Ross talks to Billy Joel. In younger days Joel was in a heavy-metal band. Now at 44, and with 75 million album sales behind him, he says, "I'm still working. I know how to do my job and in an age of total incompetence - that makes me extraordinary!" Producer Chris Cowey
Series producer Alan Marke
A Channel X production for BBCtv
Tense drama about a gambler and small-time drug runner, who is forced into buying a shipment of marijuana in Morocco for a rich criminal.
Director John Trent (1983)
FILM REVIEWS pages 45-48
Benefits Agency Today: the magazine programme (for recording and viewing later) comes from Fylde and includes a story about listening to customers' opinions on service.