With Justin Webb andjuliet Morris.
(Timetable on Monday)
With Chris Jarvis and Ratz. Stereo
Includes a feature on pot holing.
The Hot Dog Murder. Quincy tries to prove that a hot dog was used as a murder weapon in a prison homicide.
Presented by Ross King. Stereo
The Countess. A woman hires Jim to deal witha a blackmailer. With James Garner.
Preparing various salmon dishes. A Brian Waddell production for BBCtv
Looking at the world's steam railways. Includes a visit to Austria.
A Lineside Locations production for BBCtv
Today is the 25th anniversary of man's first steps on the moon. To mark this anniversary, CBBC are dedicating the afternoon's programmes to the moon.
There are films telling the story of the space race as well as more light-hearted items such as the top ten space songs and a balloon and rocket release from the roof of Television Centre.
Answering questions on space are Patrick Moore and Helen Sharman, and former astronaut Buzz Aldrin describes what it was like on the moon.
Hosted by Zoe Ball and Gareth Jones.
8: PJ makes a big announcement.
Written by Judy Forshaw ; A Zenith North production for BBCtv Rpt Stereo
Will Paul stand by and watch Philip go to jail? Annalise proves she's more than just a pretty face.
With Martyn Lewis and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
The quiz show where contestants identify the right answers from a selection, to avoid wiping out their cash score. A special prize is on offer to the winner, if they're quick enough to make their final selection. With Paul Daniels.
Director/Producer David Taylor
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Last midweek appearance of the series about life in the British countryside.
For more than 50 years, thousands of farmers have kept an astonishing wartime secret. Now, for the first time on television, they reveal their double lives as members of the British Resistance
Organisation. Highly trained and heavily armed, they were to be the last line of defence if
Germany ever invaded and so secret was their role that they were forbidden to even tell their wives. Plus a look ahead to the weekend weather.
Presented by John Craven. Executive producer Tim Manning (Revised repeat next Sunday)
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Great Britain captains Linford Christie and Sally Gunnell lead the men's and women's teams Into action against the USA in Gateshead. They will be high on confidence having secured second place in the European
Cup final last month, and hence qualification for the World Cup final at Crystal Palace in September. The European
Championships in Helsinki are also on the horizon.
Commentary is by David Coleman , Stuart Storey and Paul Dickenson , and coverage continues at 9.00pm on BBC2. Producer Martin Webster
With Peter Sissons.
Weather John Kettley
FILM Comedy starring PREMIERE Sally Field Kevin Kline
Robert Downey Jr
The reigning star of an afternoon soap opera, Celeste Talbert , should be on top of the world. Instead her private life is a mess and the show's ambitious young producer,
David, is plotting her downfall. But the diva of daytime is not so easily dethroned, even when fiction and fact become disastrously confused.
The star-studded supporting cast includes Whoopi Goldberg and Kathy Najimy from the Sister Act movies, Carrie Fisher from Star Wars, as well as Teri Hatcher , television's Lois Lane in The
New Adventures of Superman.
Director Michael Hoffman (
Betsy Faye Sharon:
Go to the Head of the Class
Gawky teenager Peter is repeatedly humiliated by his teacher, Mr Beane , until a fellow student, Cynthia, suggests a way for him to get even. Together they visit a mausoleum where they gather the ingredients for a spell.
Romantic drama, starring Nastassja Kinski, Ben Kingsley
Kidnapped from the streets of New York, Diane wakes from a drugged sleep to find herself imprisoned in a remote desert palace. There she must await the mysterious Sheikh Selim.
Director Arthur Joffe
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