With Justin Webb and Andrew Harvey.
With Zoë Ball.
The Patch Stop.
Including 10.45 Room for Improvement
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 Subtitled, Regional
News and Weather
The guests include top quiz show host, Nicholas Parsons.
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo
European quiz hosted by Henry Kelly.
Romantic thriller starring David Niven
A wealthy banker is murdered by a band of swindlers, so his daughter pursues the gang to Monte Carlo.
Director Harold D Schuster (1937) (B/W) FILM REVIEWS starting page 45
Philip de Beaufort:
With Toby Anstis.
The toys come alive when the humans leave the room.
12: Somebody is up to no good. Sean suspects the Brigadier and Giselle.
They can't both be Jemadah - can they?
Puppet fun with the terrible, rubber Gristle family. With Richard Robinson , Steve Nallon and William Todd-Jones .
With Diane-Louise Jordan, Anthea Turner and Tim Vincent.
Stephen's life is on the line.
Lauren makes a decision about her horse's future.
With Anna Ford and Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
A weekly look at the UK charts. Director Babara Jones ; Producer RicBlaxill
Phil is planning a tactical revenge on Jimmy, and Ricky's job brings him far too close to home. Meanwhile, David finds a safe bet and Mark has some brotherly advice for Michelle.
This week's episodes written by Joanne Maguire and Len Collin
(Omnibus edition is next Sunday at 1.30pm)
A faint whisper of broad wings in the gloom, a flash of talons and the squeak of a rodent clamped in its powerful grasp - this is the traditional image of an owl. However, owls are more than just things that go pounce in the night. There are 130-odd species which show an amazing diversity of size, shape and lifestyle. Some owls stand as tall as a golden eagle, others are no bigger than a robin; and they can be found everywhere from the Arctic pack ice to the Arizona desert. Narrated by Judi Dench.
Producer Dilys Breese
Danny Baker presents a profile of the children's television puppet character, Sooty. Director Alexis Girardet
Producer Caroline Wright
With Peter Sissons.
Weather Michael Fish
New six-part gritty drama series about the people working in the NHS.
4: You Can't Make an Omelette without Breaking Legs
. When a locum doctor is exposed as an impostor, Docherty takes charge and soon brings the ward grinding to a halt.
Written by John MacUre
Producer Paddy Higson ; Director David Hayman An Island World production for BBCtv
Dr Andrew Collin:
Dr Claire Maitland:
Dr Monica Broome:
Dr Rajesh Rajah:
Mr Ernest Docherty:
Sister Pamela Lockley:
Nurse Caroline Richards:
Dr James Mortimer:
When Crimewatch first started in 1984 only three programmes were planned. But tonight it celebrates its 100th edition.
Originally the police were sceptical about the idea but, as Superintendant David Hatcher explains, "the programme quickly gained credibility among the police service to a degree no other programme had done."
Producer Liz Mills adds that now the police often come to the programme with their biggest cases: " But the big cases create the most tension. Often vital facts are not given to us until the last minute. Amongthemost famous cases the programme has publicised are the James Bulger murder and the Stephanie Slater kidnap.
In this month's programme
Sue Cook and Nick Ross present some more real cases that they hope the public can help solve. They include a robbery at a jewellers in Harrogate on 28 March, and the murder of a 56-year-old man who was found in East London on 26 February.
If you have information about any of the crimes featured in the programme, call the studio free on 0[number removed]. Director Pieter Morpurgo
(Crimewatch Update is at 11.50pm)
The panellists include Malcolm Rifkind , Secretary of State for Defence, and Donald Dewar , Labour's front bench spokesman on social security. They face questions on the issues of the day from a cross-section of the British voting public. David Dimbleby is in the chair for tonight's edition from Edinburgh. Producer Prue Keely
Editor Alexandra Henderson
A Brian Lapping production for BBCtv
The latest news on some of this evening's stories.
You 've Come Long Way, Baby The cop duo go undercover to hunt a vicious mugger whose victims are prostitutes.
2.45 Benefits Agency Today - This month's edition comes from the West
Midlands and looks at co-operation between local government and the Benefits Agency.
3.00 RCN NursingUpdate - Unit 1: Clinical Enteral Nutrition.
3.30 The Royal Institution Lecture - C60, Buckminsterfullerene.the celestial sphere that fell to earth, given by Prof Harry Kroto.