With Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey.
(Timetable on Tuesday)
Sail On, Voyager. In the brief history of space exploration, spacecraft have carried cameras and other remotely controlled instruments to study eight of the nine planets in our solar system. But only one spacecraft visited four separate planets over a 12-year period and made stunning discoveries that have enthralled and astonished the people of earth.
With Zoe Ball ,
The Roundabout Stop.
A small mole wreaks havoc in Poddington by uprooting the houses.
Prehistoric humour with the cartoon couples. Myopic Fred takes a monkey to the circus, believing it to be his daughter Pebbles.
Continuing the Daily Detective series with an episode from 1977 of the crime drama about the work of the Chief
Coroner for LA County.
Starring Jack Klugman
Visitors in Paradise. Despite hostility from the residents of a fishing resort, Quincy insists on involving himself in a controversial manslaughter case.
(Tomorrow: Charlie's Angels )
Ian Parmenter prepares fish.
The guests include TV presenter
Annabel Giles and entertainer
Frankie Vaughan. Hosted by Ross King.
The stress from her marriage breakdown finally gets to Julie. Stephen's brother makes himself very unpopular. Philip invites Beth to join him on a day out. (For cast see 7.00pm)
Action on the third day, including the second round of the men's singles.
With Anna Ford and Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather Rob McElwee
Julie starts to feel stressed.
Darren Stark (Freddo):
The series that gets to the heart of life in the British countryside. This week: is the British passion for gardening putting our countryside at risk? How far does the growing demand by garden centres for limestone for rockeries threaten precious landscapes? Including a look at the weather for the week ahead.
Presented by John Craven. Executive producer Tim Manning
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CHOISE Last seen in the role of taxi driver in the repeat of Take Me Home,
Keith Barron has a change of career when he appears as an amateur sailor and tycoon in Three Men in a Boat, the penultimate episode of Lynda La Plante 's drama.
He plays Sir Colin Headley , a personable aristocrat who is rescued by the lifeboat team when his luxury yacht Monterey runs aground off Penrhys. A cash bonus for the RNLI looks likely, except Sir Colin seems to have a problem with cash.
Episode wntten by Jacqueline Byme and Frank Vickery
Producer Ruth Kenley-Letts Director Dewi Humphreys
A Bloom Street production for BBCtv
Sir Colin Headley:
With Anne Robinson. Producer Bernard Newnham
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With Peter Sissons.
Weather Rob McElwee
Concluding the two-part drama, based on the true story of an air disaster, starring Charlton Heston
Flight 232 has to make an emergency landing. When the flight tower controllers in Sioux City issue an "Alert 3" dispatch to the community, everyone moves into position. The paramedics, fire units and Air and Army National Guards swing into action. At the hospitals, doctors and nurses expect the worst. Together they prepare to accomplish the impossible - to save the lives of the 296 passengers on board the doomed flight.
(For cast see yesterday at 9.30pm)
Highlights of the third day of the championships. Introduced by Sue Barker.
First in a two-part drama telling one of the most dramatic and intriguing spy stories in history.
April, 1954: Vladimir Petrov , Soviet Agent and Diplomat, formally approaches the Australian authorities and asks for asylum. While the Australian Security Intelligence
Organisation, begins checking his story, a human drama unfolds as Petrov's wife is kept prisoner in the Russian Embassy. The story continues tomorrow at 11.25pm.
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