6.15 Financial papers; 6.25 Sport; 6.29,
With Justin Webb and Sally Magnusson.
News every 15minutes. 7.12, 7.40,8.12,
8.40 Business; 7.20,7.50,8.20,8.50 Sport; 7.25,7.55,8.25,8.55 Weather, regional news, travel.
Mo Dutta introduces a new season of magazine, chat and entertainment programmes, includingthe viewers' Quizcall competition.
See today's choices.
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9.05 New series
Kilroy Robert Kilroy-Silk presents his topical discussion programme, debatingthe key issues of the day
Regional News; Weather ..............[number removed]
10.05 New series Good Morning....with Anne and Nick Anne Diamond and Nick Owen discuss the day's top stories. Featuring
Dr Mark Porter 's medical phone-in, a consumer desk, the latest fashion, Hollywood gossip, needlecraft and travel. Including at 11.00 News Subtitled and Weather;
Regional News and Weather. Telephone (24 hours): [number removed], orwrite to
Good Morning, PO Box 5500, Birmingham B5 7AN.
* Dr Mark Porter : page 57
Regional News; Weather
12.05pm New series Pebble Mill
Presented by Alan Titchmarsh , with Gloria Hunniford and Ross King. Stereo.
Subtitled Weather .............................23630
A general knowledge quiz with a British flavour. Presented by Philip Hayton.
Call Me Dimitri. Linda has designs on Greg Sumner.
With Toby Anstis. Stereo Music and comedy.
With Isobel Middleton , David Shimwell , Toby Sedgwick and Peta Lily.
Written by Simon Davies Stereo
Continuing the puppet comedy-drama. Written by Joan Aiken and Lizza Aiken
With Diane-Louise Jordan, Tim Vincent and Stuart Miles.
The cracks are beginning to appear in Luke Foster 's story as Wayne does some detective work on him. Helen faces the prospect of a Christmas alone. Brad and Beth go through with their secret wedding plans.
Shown at 1.30pm. For cast see Wednesday
With Anna Ford and Moira Stuart.
Weather John Kettley ......................758
Comprehensive regional news: live reports and interviews on issues affecting people in the south east presented by Tim Ewart , sports news from Rob Curling.
Edftor Guy Pelham.....................................678 REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Noel Edmonds presents another round of the fun show in which two teams battle it out in a bid to find the Telly Addicts champions of 1994. Tonight the "Crackerjack" team test their knowledge of television trivia against the "Hitman and Her". Director Graham Wetherell ; Producer
RichardLLewis Stereo ..........................8036 COMPETITION LINE: ring 089 1- 1 1 4422 (39p per minute cheap rate and 49p at all other times).
More hard-hitting reports, presented by Anne Robinson with Alice Beer. Call the hotline on 08 1 -[number removed]and talk through your story with a researcher; or write to PO Box 5555, London W 12 6WD. EditorSarahCaplin Stereo Subtitled .........562
Michelle takes Pauline for a girls' night out, Ian suffers a setback, and Sharon discovers one of Phil's big secrets.
For cast see Tuesday Stereo
Michael Parkinson hosts the second of three occasional programmes celebrating the funniest moments, from 1968 to
1993, in the career of one of Britain's best-loved comedians.
See today's choices.
Series editor Roger Ordish
With Michael Buerk. Subtitied Regional News
Weather John Kettley ....................6659
The Uneasy Peace
In the wake of the IRA ceasefire, Panorama reports on the mood of the Unionist community. A member of the unionist Orange Order alleges that Northern Ireland has been undergoing IRA "ethnic cleansing" for some time. What future does the unionist community see for Northern Ireland? Fergal Keane reports on the troubled mood of the Unionists as the British goverment tries to reassure them of the future. Is the IRA ceasefire the breakthrough it promised to be?
Producer Mark Dowd ; Editor Glenwyn Benson
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Fourth in a new six-part comedy series. ActingUp. Phil Bachelor reluctantlyfills in for his boss and stumbles into a titanic struggle for power, survival and a dozen beautiful women.
Written by Paul Shearer and Richard Turner
Director John Kilby ; Producer Stephen McCrum
Tonight: films under review include Quentin Tarantino 's Pulp Fiction starring John Travolta , UmaThurman, Tim Roth and Bruce Willis. Also featured is The Client starring Tommy Lee Jones and Susan Sarandon in the latest of John Grisham 's novels to be adapted for the screen. Its story centres around a young boy who witnesses a suicide and then finds that his own life is in danger. On location the programme visits the set of Princess
Caraboo and talks to stars Kevin Kline , Phoebe Gates and John Lithgow. Director Jonathan Hacker ; Series producer
Bruce Thompson Repeated next Saturday on BBC2
Drama shown as part of the Movie Classics season starring Elizabeth Taylor
Strained emotions mark the birthday celebration of a patriarchal southern plantation owner in this movie version of Tennessee Williams's play.
Director Richard Brooks (1958)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 69-76
Big Daddy Pollitt:
Big Mama Pollitt:
Further coverage of the Grand Prix from the Assembly Rooms, Derby.
RCN Nursing Update: Repeat of Unit 30 -Simple Analgesics.