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 "Good Morning"
Diary 11.50 Phone-In 12.00 NewsSubtltled;
Regional News; Weather
Six-part drama filmed in Slovenia and the Czech Republic.
5: The Merryweathers return the Blackheart water supply. 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
The news: the Tet Offensive in Vietnam, strife in France,
Russia invades Czechoslovakia and Bobby Kennedy and Martin Luther King are assassinated. The music of 1968 came from
Manfred Mann , Jimi Hendrix , the Alan Price Set, the Rolling Stones, Julie Driscoll , the Crazy World of Arthur Brown , Janis Joplin and Cream.
Producer Sue Mallinson Rpt
The series which looks at issues at the heart of life in the British countryside. This week: Britain has tough laws to try and keep rabies away from our shores, but in our zeal to protect our countryside are our regulations stricter than they need to be? Plus a chance to enter a new competition, Photo 94. Presented by John Craven. Executive producer Tim Manning
SEETHIS WEEK page 11
Newnine-part drama series devised by Lynda La Plante about a Welsh lifeboat station.
2:The Big Match. The future of the Penrhys lifeboat is in the balance as the RNLI decide who will get the new boat. Chaos descends with the unexpected arrival of Hughie's wayward niece, Sian.
Episode wntten by Tony McHale Producer Ruth Kenley-Letts Director Dewi Humhreys
A Bloom Street production for BBCtv
Casualties of the Wild
"Every time we lose an animal we're haunted by doubts, "says
RSPCA vet Ian Robinson , who is on call seven days a week at the high-tech East Winch animal hospital in Norfolk. "The vast majority of animals we come across are suffering because of man.Wherever there's an interaction between man and wildlife, wildlife suffers. Here we have an opportunity to redress that balance."
In the last of this series, QED records life at East Winch over four months, in particular following the story of Grouper the grey seal and his fight for survival. Grouper was found stranded on a Humberside beach with an infected gash on his neck, near to death. The film also looks at a wounded badger, a sick kestrel and a hedgehog with no spines. "We're in a situation where there is so much unknown," says Robinson, "but I think we're getting better." Producer Jane Aldous
Series editor Susan Spindler
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Wildlife vet Ian Robinson 's 's crusade
SEE FEATURE page 42
Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
Coverage of the 106th ABA finals from the National Indoor
FA Premiership action, including Manchester United v Southampton. Plus highlights of Arsenal's attempt to win the European Cup Winners' Cup. Producer Vivien Kent
Editor Brian Barwick
Drama starring Sissy Spacek
A young heiress, disillusioned with her wealth by the sights of poverty and suppression, joins up with a fanatical group bent on changing the system.
Director Jeremy Kagan (1975)
FILM REVIEWS pages 47-53
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