6.00, 6.02, 6.15, 6.30, 6.45, 6.58 News;
6.15 Financial papers; 6.25 Sport; 6.29,
With Justin Webb and Sally Magnusson. News every 15 minutes.
7.12,7.40,8.12,8.40 Business; 7.20,
7.50,8.20,8.50 Sport: 7.25,8.25,8.55 Weather, regional news, travel.
With Zoe Ball , Chris Jarvis. Ratz. Stereo
Baby elephants. With Terry Nutkins.
The Daily Detective season continues with this 1981 episode of the New York police drama, starring Sharon Gless and Tyne Daly.
High Steel. Mary Beth and Chris investigate when Harvey suspects that his friend's death in a fall on a building site was murder. Rpt
With Alan Titchmarsh.
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo
European quiz, with Henry Kelly. A Reg Grundy production for BBCtv
You Can Call Me Nick. Is Anne involved in blackmail?
The late Audrey Hepburn visits
Holland with Michael York to see the spring bulb displays at the Keukenhof park. near Lisse.
The series on film special effects today looks at optical illusions.
With Toby Anstis.
Last in the series, Stereo
Children's documentary series.
Why Don't You Stick to Your Own Kind? Protestant and Catholic teenagers in Northern Ireland take a drama on tour.
A new arrival gives Annalise an opportunity for blackmail.
Lucy plays matchmaker, Doug has a job interview, and Rick helps himself from the till.
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Comprehensive regional news: live reports and interviews on issues affecting people in the south east presented by Tim Ewart ; sport from Rob Curling. Editor Guy Pelham REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Tonight's edition of the showbusiness quiz pits Jilly Goolden from Food and Drink and Ricky Tomlinson (star of the film Riff Raff and more recently BBC1's Roughnecks) against Stan Richards from Emmerdale and comedian Mickey Hutton. Hosted by Mike Smith.
Last in the series which equips members of the public with a camcorder in order to pursue their own investigations.
This week, Michael O'Keeffe from Liverpool, who is single and in his 20s, finds out if pheromone sprays - which are claimed to make men irresistible to women - really work. He conducts his own research in the night spots of Bolton, asks scientific experts to analyse the components, and tackles the manufacturers about the success stories quoted in their adverts.
Phil resorts to desperate measures in his search for Kathy. Arthur is driven to breaking point by Nellie, and Ian travels north on his quest for the truth about Tricky Dicky.
(For cast see Thursday)
New comedy series set in an all-night bakery, starring Keith Barron as the reformed burglar Bill Chivers who runs it.
This week, events take an unexpected turn when a local villain asks the bakery to make a special cake.
Written by Dick Fiddy and Mark Wallington Director/Producer Harold Snoad
With Peter Sissons.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Grassed! The Changing Role of the Police Informant
"The police force should not be enticing people to commit crime
... Ana that is what they have been doing," says
James Daniels , a small-time villain who claims he was set up by a police informer on a major firearms charge, although the charge was later thrown out by a judge.
Informants, grasses, narks - whatever they are called, they have always played a vital role in the police's fight against crime. However, disturbing evidence is revealed in tonight's programme that informants are now being used to set up crimes so that the police's success rate is boosted.
John Penycate examines the work of three police informers and uncovers a pattern of set-ups, pay-outs and headline-making arrests that points to a corruption and devaluation of the system. Producer Simon Ford
Second in the six-part film with music by Dennis Potter , who died last month. Starring Michael Gambon
Heat. Amid Marlow's fevered recollections of his ex-wife
Nicola, an ambitious and demanding actress, she materialises in his hospital ward, exposing his vulnerability.
Producers John Harris and Kenith Trodd
Director Jon Amiel
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In the second heat of the competition for this year's trophy, couples from Belfast step out against their opposite numbers from Liverpool. With Rosemarie Ford.
Producer Simon Betts
The last programme in the citizens' rights series comes from Brighton.
Editor Deborah Perkin
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