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TheWhy Bird Stop.
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European quiz with Henry Kelly.
All evidence points to Dianne as Karen's stalker. Danny is arrested for auto theft. Despite Karen's objections, Michael is back together with Linda, and Paige is left standing at the altar.
A look at the vast network of subterranean rivers beneath the Yucatan Peninsula in southern
With Tony Anstis.
A boy and his cartoon friend get into lots of mischief.
A 13-part story setin Australia.
4: Bella and Beauty are missing and a severe storm is forecast.
Tim Vincent tries white water kayaking at St David's in Dyfed.
Annalise's offer of help causes chaos in the Coffee Shop.
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart.
Weather Rob McElwee
The latest regional news presented by Tim Ewart , with sport from Rob Curling.
EditorGuyPelham REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Tonight's show pits
Peter Polycarpou (alias jailed Chris in Birds of a Feather) and comic Felix Dexter from The Real
McCoy against former Travel Show reporter Carole Smillie and actor Neil Morrissey. Hosted by Mike Smith. Director John Rooney
Producer Graham BOwens
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The police visit Pat with unexpected news about Frank, and Phil's enemies decide
Kathy is a favoured target. (For cast see Thursday)
This week Bill Beaumont is joined by Manchester United footballer Lee Sharp , and Mark Tout, Britain's No 1 bobsleigh driver, who has just enjoyed his best season in the sport. Ian Botham lines up with athlete Yvonne Murray who has won Olympic bronze at 3,000 metres, and jockey
Walter Swinburn , who has won the Irish Derby and the Epsom Derby twice and now just needs the St Leger for the hat-trick. Hosted by David Coleman. Executive producer Mike Adley
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Rob McElwee
Another in-depth investigation into a major issue of current concern.
Editor Glenwyn Benson
In the second of these personal stories, gospel singer
Joan Achong explains how she wants to make the big time and run her own show, and how she's learning the business skills to do just that.
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Ben Elton stars as CD, a sex-starved Pommie writer in Australia, in this three-part adaptation of his best-selling novel. First screened last year, it is a satire set in the final days of the earth as it is asphyxiated by pollution and centres on the sinister activities of Stark, a corrupt consortium of industrialists.
The plot starts with antipodean millionaire Sly Morgan buying a pocket of remote Aboriginal land in the heart of the desert. The consortium say it is to be mined for uranium, although according to the Aboriginal leader:
"There's more mineral deposits in a bottle of fizzy water."
CanCDavertStark's ecological Armageddon? Or even better can he finally get a woman into bed?
Producers David Parker , Michael Wearing and Timothy White
Director Nadia Tass
Tonight's films under review: Four Weddings and a Funeral, the British film starring Hugh Grant and Andie MacDowell , already a hit in America;
The Paper, which looks at the world of journalists and deadlines with Glenn Close , Michael Keaton and Robert Duval ;
What's Eating Gilbert Grape featuring Johnny Depp and Leonardo di Caprio as members of a quirky family. Plus a report on the way in which locations are used in feature films, and how a location manager is able to find just the right place. Director LizEkberg
Producer Bruce Thompson
This week, a report on a private pensions scandal, a bright idea which saves children's lives, and asbestosis victims in Clydeside speak out against industrial injury compensation. Editor Deborah Perkin
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