With Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey. (Timetable on Tuesday)
With Zoe Ball , Chris Jarvis and Ratz.
Last in the cartoon series.
More creative ideas in the final programme of the series.
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Starring Kate Jackson , Farrah Fawcett-Majors andjaclyn Smith.
Angels in Chains. The Angels are sent to an unconventional prison. With guest star Kim Basinger.
Today: King's Lynn in Norfolk.
Comedy starring Norman Wisdom
Embarrassed by his grandson selling newspapers outside the Houses of Parliament, Prime Minister Sir Wilfred Shields gladly accepts the offer of a job for Norman on a seaside newspaper.
Director Robert Asher (1966)
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The RSPCA hospital tackles the problem of homeless animals.
With Toby Anstis and Ratz.
Magic, music and amazing illusions performed by Russ Stevens. With Paul Zenon and Sally Gray.
Bad Boys Inc are among the guests in the last of the series, with Roy Castle , Cheryl Baker , Kriss Akabusi and Ron Reaganjr.
Wayne lies in an attempt to sustain his relationship with Beth. And Philip still suspects that Gaby is undermining him.
With Anna Ford and Jill Dando. Subtitled
Weather Rob McElwee 81
Chart show featuring today's hits and pre-chart sounds. Director Juliet May
Producer RicBlaxill Stereo
Pat tells all to a sympathetic Geoff. Ricky and Bianca come up with a plan, and Delia takes Binnie by surprise.
This week's episodes written by Gillian Richmond
Producer Jane Fallon ; Director Keith Boak
(Omnibus edition is next Sunday)
Today, allergy-testing and a nursing clinic which promises attention to tooth and claw.
An episode of the classic comedy series being shown as a tribute to the late Terry Scott.
After an attempted burglary, Terry and June decide to get a burglar alarm. Then Terry discovers how much it will cost and sets out to make one himself.
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Rob McElwee
In the last of the series, Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders pay tribute to The House of Eliott and Pan's People, and discuss minor members of the royal family.
Director Bob Spiers ; Producer Jon Plowman
Patty Duke and Martin Sheen star as husband and wife in this two-part thriller based on a true story.
Teenager Chris is seduced and then lured into marriage and fatherhood by a sensual older woman. His parents, Mary and Jack, have fiercely-opposing feelings about the situation - Jack wants to give his daughter-in-law a chance but Mary takes an immediate dislike to her.
Eventually Chris files for divorce but, before he can proceed with the action, he is brutally murdered. His mother suspects his wife was involved and is determined to see that justice is done.
Duke has won many awards including an Oscar in 1962 for playing Helen Keller in the film version of The Miracle Worker.
Sheen was recently seen in the mini-series Kennedy but is particularly remembered for his appearances in the feature films Wall Street and Apocalypse Now. Concludes tomorrow at 9.30pm.
As the Jewish community prepares to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, Chief Rabbi
Dr Jonathan Sacks explains why the Jewish New Year is a time for caring. Producer Norman Ivison
The ATV series concludes with an episode from the classic crime drama starring Robert Vaughn
Nyree Dawn Porter
TonyAnholt Triplecross. Harry and the Contessa are framed for the theft of some rare jewels, and become embroiled in murder and explosives when they attempt to steal them back.
Director John Hough Rpt
Contessa Caroline di Contini:
Australia has become a major centre for radio astronomy. The 210-foot dish at Parkes, New South Wales has been in continuous operation since 1961 and has provided work of fundamental importance.
The "Australia Telescope", a network of all the main observatories, now covers a wide area of the continent.
In this programme, Patrick Moore goes to the Australian radio observatories and talks to the scientists who have made Australia so important in this branch of astronomy.
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RCN Nursing Update Repeat of Unit 29: Assessinga wound.