Withjustin Webb and Sally Magnusson. (Timetable on Monday)
With Chris Jarvis and Ratz. Stereo
Terry Nutkins looks at baby animals.
Continuing the Daily Detective series with this 1980s drama series starring Stephanie Zimbalist , Pierce Brosnan Signed, Steeled and Delivered. A CIA agent, marked for murder, seeks the aid of Remington and Laura.
With Judi Spiers.
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo
Since it was first screened in this country in 1986, Neighbours has become part of our daily life and has a global audience of over 50 million people every day. To mark the 2,000th episode on Thursday, the very first five episodes are being shown in this omnibus, Ramsay Street Revisited, featuringthe original Scott, Julie and Lucy Robinson and plenty of bizarre hairstyles and strange fashions.
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With Toby Anstis.
With Peter Simon and Shane Richie.
) First in a 13-part live action I comedy drama series.
On the Australian island of Circe, a group of friends decide to take matters into their own hands in the struggle against the pompous Chief of Security Hermes Endakis. With Clinton Voss.
(Part 2 on Friday) Stereo
Lauren and Lou have decisions to make. Michael is in danger.
With Anna Ford and Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
In Los Angeles, Barry Norman talks to Kevin Costner and Dennis Quaid about
Wyatt Earp , and Oscar-winner Tom Hanks discusses his new film
Forrest Gump. Films previewed include Maverick,
City Slickers 2, The Flintstones and Wolf, while Tom Brook meets Julia Roberts and visits the Disney Animation studios. Director Liz Ekberg : Producer Bruce Thompson
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The theme tune was changed - and changed back again; other soaps have come - and gone (remember Eldorado?); and it's now screened thrice-weekly.
That Walford spirit has kept EastEnders on our screens since February 1985 and tonight, as the 1,000th episode rolls off the production line, it's Albert Square's staunch survivors, the Fowlers, who make sure things go with a swing.
As Nigel and Debbie set off for the church, it's all hands on deck in Albert Square to give them a really special day.
(For cast see Thursday)
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In the last programme of the series, champion jockey Peter Scudamore and his family take an outdoor holiday to the French Alps; Monty Don visits the small resort of Kalami on the north eastern coast of Corfu and the Lacey family from Liverpool try out Britain's newest white-knuckle rides. Senes producer Bridget Sneyd Executive producer Jane Lush
Tonight, the family forced to live next door to the man who sexually abused their young daughter. And the widow fighting for justice after the man who admitted killing her husband walked free from court. Presented by Nick Ross. Series producer Donna Taberer
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
The starting point for this new six-part drama was writer Paula Milne's fascination with surveillance techniques. She researched her subject by joining a private detective on the chase. "It's the most incredible adrenaline charge following someone. You're living off your wits - you don't know what's going to happen next."
With divorce becoming a growth industry, the idea of two women pairing up to run their own private detective agency investigating infidelity seemed a natural one. Says Milne: "Detectives tell me that 99 per cent of people who suspect their partners, are right about them being unfaithful."
In "Odd Job", sisters-in-law Dee Tate and Elly Chandler take on their first case. Both have very different reasons for getting involved.
A Skreba production for BBCtv
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Taking an idiosyncratic journey through his homeland, Billy Connolly sets out on a new six-part series during which he stops off in the evenings to perform in venues ranging from the big city theatres of Glasgow and Edinburgh to isolated village halls.
The scene moves from the bulldozed Glasgow street where he was born to the shores of Loch Lomond , "my favourite place", where the play of light and shade gives it a constantly shifting beauty.
Connolly talks about his approach to performing: "The worst is to go on completely confident. You should always be jumpy." His journey is studded with samples of his unique (and jumpy) comic performances. Director William McLellan
Producer Bill Tennant
Return of the I American drama about a radio talk show host.
Starring Gary Cole
That's A more. Jack gets mixed up with the crook, the chef, his wife, and her one-time lover.
I suspense thriller starring Lana Turner
Ralph Bates , Trevor Howard Carrie Masters is a rich
American widow crippled both physically and mentally. What dark secrets of her mysterious past account for her wanting to destroy the lives of her son and his wife? Part of the answer lies buried in the maze of her
English country mansion.
Director Don Chaffey (1974)
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