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Analysis of the main trading stories. Editor Paul Gibbs
(Timetable on Monday)
With Andrew Harvey and Juliet Morris. Editor Bob Wheaton
(Timetable on Monday)
With Zoe Ball , Chris Jarvis and Ratz.
Thirteen-year-old Kate Johnstone looks at different kinds of relationships encountered in everyday life.
The Tent Stop. Rpt
A Felgate production for BBCtv
Game show which tests wits and willpower. With Shane Richie and Peter Simon.
The Daily Detective season continues with the popular 1980s series starring Cybill Shepherd, Bruce Willis.
Big Man on Mulberry Street. David suddenly disappears to New York, so Maddy follows him to find out his real reasons for going.
A special edition devoted to Ken Dodd. With Judi Spiers ,
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo
European quiz, with Henry Kelly. A RegGrundy production for BBCtv
Coverage of the 3.10 Spitfire Stakes, plus the 2.30 and 3.45 races, on the penultimate day of the meeting.
(Coverage of the 4.15 race is on BBC2)
With Toby Antis and Ratz. Stereo
Meet Harry, Britain's most talkative parrot. With Terry Nutkins , Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan.
Part five of a 13-part comedy drama series. Stereo
Doug's new job is less than successful; and Lauren suffers a serious fall.
With Martyn Lewis and Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather Rob McElwee
Mind Games. In world-class sport what separates a winner from the other competitors is what's in their head.
Matthew Yates is living proof that the mind matters. Hailed as the successor to Seb Coe and Steve
Ovett, he went to the Barcelona Olympics the main contender for the 1500m gold - but his nerves let him down.
Steve Backley , three times javelin world record holder, has learned to save himself from injury by working out in his head. Stephen Ward , British champion weightlifter, gets into the winning mood with a video recorder and his Diana Ross records. The Scottish women's bowls team have been changed from mild-mannered people to some of the toughest contenders in British sport, while swimmer Nick
Gillingham reveals his techniques for coping with the big race. Narrator Sean Bean. Series producer Richard Dale
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A return to Chatsworth for the fourth heat of this competition, where five new competitors are tested. This week's celebrity challenger is international swimming star Nick Gillingham , and Justin Bell presents the programme as well as demonstrating some of the tests. Commentary by Barrie Gill. Tony Mason interviews the competitors. Director/Producer John G Smith
A White Rabbit production for BBCtv
Classic comedy series starring Ronnie Barker
Heartbreak Hotel. A solution to the problem of a worried father and a lovelorn first offender reveals itself in the prison waiting room. With
Richard Beckinsale , Brian Wilde , Fulton Mackay , Patricia Brake. Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Series about the crews who operate the Northumbria Ambulance Service.
New Year's Eve is the busiest night of the year - the crews on duty will deal with three times their normal number of calls including 94 falls, nine road accidents and one fatal shooting. While the people of Newcastle celebrate, ambulance crews race around the city picking up the pieces. Producer Margaret Enefer
Series producer Jeremy Mills
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Weather Rob McElwee
Comedy-drama starring Martin Clunes, Neil Morrissey.
Dorothy insists that Gary and Tony hire a cleaner, but Gary's fears of hiring a drudge are thankfully shattered when Portuguese beauty Elena appears.
A Hartswood/Thames production for BBCtv
The new four-part story about the exploits of the rugged individuals striving to make their mark in the wild west, starring Jon Voight Barbara Hershey Oliver Reed
3: The Legacy. Weathering the hardships and unexpected sufferings that their journey brings, Gideon Walker 's crew are joined by Clara Allen whom Gideon has loved for a long time from afar. Their mighty herd of horses surges north to Montana, where Woodrow Call comes into conflict with cattle baron Gregor Dunnegan.
Caught between these two men is illegitimate young Newt Dobbs, desperately seeking stability and a sense of family while trying to suppress his feelings for Dunnegan's child bride, Ferris.
(Final part next Friday)
Captain Woodrow F Call:
Wry comedy starring Walter Matthau
Suite 719 of New York's Plaza Hotel is the setting for these three Neil Simon stories. Each features Walter Matthau in contrasting characterisations - a disenchanted middle-aged husband on his second honeymoon; a Hollywood producer and a panic-stricken father-of-the-bride. (1971)
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Sam Nash/Jesse Kiplinger/Roy Hubley: