Presented by Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey.
With Zoe Ball.
Including: 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 News Subtitled; Regional News;
Circus supremo Gerry Cottle is
Ross King 's guest today.
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo
The Finishing Touch. A clever forgery and a suspicious death have Steve McGarrett unknowingly aiding the counterfeiter.
Today's programme features food from the ocean.
A Brian Waddell production for BBCtv
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With Tony Anstis.
Game show hosted by Mark Evans with children from Anstey Latimer Junior
School, Leicester. COMPETITION: send answers to What the Chicken Is It?, PO Box 900. London W 1 2 6WW.
Last part of comedy drama.
It's the village cricket match but Kevin has other things on his mind. Written by Martin Riley and John Coombes
Final episode of the drama filmed in Slovenia and the Czech Republic.
Maria fulfils the prophesy, ghosts are laid to rest, and Lady Blackheart gets her come-uppance.
With Noah Huntley , Camilla Power, Thomas Szekeres , Jean Anderson , lain Cuthbertson, Richard Elfyn , Philip Madoc , Miriam Margolyes and Polona Vetrih.
Based on Elizabeth Goudge 's/tuttle White Horse, adapted by William Corlett
Gaby's constant sniping pushes Philip to breaking point. (Shownat 1.30pm)
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
The news: man steps on to the moon, the Stones play in Hyde Park, there is love in the air at Woodstock and the Isle of Wight. The music came from Canned Heat, Dusty Springfield, the Hollies, the Who, Blind Faith and Marsha Hunt.
The series which looks at issues at the heart of life in the British countryside.This week, a report on the misery caused by sheep worrying.
Executive producerTim Manning
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New nine-part drama series devised by Lynda La Plante. 3: The Birdman. There's trouble overhead when Colin and son Kieron come down from the city for a spot of bird-watching. Hughie's world starts to fall apart when a new crew member joins the lifeboat.
Episode wntten by Sion Eirian and Peter Barwood
Producer Ruth Kenley-Letts Director Dewi Humphreys
A Bloom Street production for BBCtv
With Anne Robinson.
Producer David Howe
By the Liberal Democrats.
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
"You can close your eyes but you can't shut your ears off, "says
John Wilkinson of Westminster
Council's noise team.
The first film in this new series follows the team as they try to make central London a quieter place. Barking dogs, blaring music, shouting neighbours and screeching burglar alarms can turn rational people into paranoid wrecks. So, although they now have extensive powers to break into cars or property where there is a noise nuisance, much of their work involves diplomacy as they diffuse explosive situations and soothe shattered nerves.
Future programmes include
Burglary, which talks to both cops and robbers about the art of breaking and entering; Reptiles, a look at the relationship between a press agency and the tabloid newspapers it services; and a special film to mark the 25th anniversary of the Chappaquiddick affair which includes evidence that series editor Steve Hewlett promises
"will cast an entirely new light on the events of that night". Producer Olivia Lichtenstein
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In the third look at people who are retraining or taking up educational opportunities, a West Midlands mechanic goes back to the classroom.
HELPLINE: for advice or information, call 0800-
[number removed].00am. 12 midnightupto 15 May.
Introduced by Desmond . Lynam Football England coach Terry Venables gives his assessment of the FA Cup final between Chelsea and Manchester United at
Wembley this Saturday.
There's also an in-depth profile of player-manager
Glenn Hoddle , now responsible for leading Chelsea to Wembley in his first season as manager, and a look at the multi-million pound empire of Manchester United. Plus a review of this season's FA Premiership.
Luton's Billy Schwer makes his third Commonwealth lightweight title defence against unbeaten Canadian champion Howard Grant at the Stevenage Ice Bowl.
Commentary Harry Carpenter.
A report from the Rugby World Awards lunch held in London.
Producer Vivien Kent
Editor Brian Barwick
Action thriller starring Sophia Loren
Millionaire Carl Stegner is wanted by the US government on charges of tax evasion and fraud. But he lives in a guarded mansion in the Caribbean. The only way to get Stegner to America is to kidnap him. With George Touliatos , OJ Simpson and Eli Wallach Director Michael Winner (1979)
FILM REVIEWS starting page 45
2.00-3.00 Voluntary Sector Television 53367 3.15-3.45 Legal Network Television -scrambled
5.28-6.00 MSF - Manufacturing,
Science, Finance - highlights from this week's Brighton conference.