With Justin Webb and Juliet Morris.
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Mo Dutta introduces a new season of debate, magazine, chat and entertainment programmes, includingthe viewers' Quizcall competition.
COMPETITION LINE: ringO89 1 -339933 (39p per minute cheap rate and 49p at all other times).
9.05 Kilroy Topical discussion with Robert Kilroy-Silk
Regional News; Weather
10.05 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick Presented by Anne Diamond and Nick Owen. Featuring cook Ainsley Harriott ; behind the scenes of the fashion world; Dr Mark Porter 's medical desk and Will Hanrahan with Where
There's a Will. And at 11.00 News
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Regional News; Weather
12.05pm Pebble Mill Today,
Alan Titchmarsh is in conversation with Dirk Bogarde and actress Margi Clarke.
Stereo................................................7813223 Dirk Bogarde stars in The Woman in Question on Channel 4 at 2.00pm.
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Today's recipes are for cakes, biscuits and cheesecake with oranges, lemons and limes. Stereo..........................45334136
Using clips from the BBC Archives, John Pitman examines the pitfalls faced by every television reporter whenheorshe sets out to film what should be the simplest of performances - the dreaded piece to camera. Rpt ..................21265020
From Newbury, featuring races at 2.40,
3.10 and 3.40. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jimmy Lindley and John Hanmer. introduced by Julian Wilson.
Producer Wendy Sheppard Stereo
With Toby Anstis. Stereo The big adventures of a little carwho lives in a motor museum.
Narrated byToyah Wilcox. Stereo.4637223
Animation. As Badger recuperates in the comfort of the warden's cottage, his friends starve in the bitter cold.
The third of a six-part comedy drama features an apprehensive health visitor, a dog-eating baby and an aerobically challenged grandmother. With Helen Lederer, Paul Bown and Liz Smith. Written by Rebecca Stevens and Peter Tabern
See Children, page 63
With Diane-Louise Jordan, Tim Vincent and Stuart Miles.
Gaby and Annalise are disaster bound. The Stark children don't want Lou in their lives. Michael packs his bags. Shown at 1.30pm. For cast see Wednesday
With Anna Ford and Jill Dando.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
A rundown of the UK charts, with the latest hits and pre-chart sounds.
Producer Ric Blaxill
Cindy goes in at the deep end, Carol sees red over Robbie and lan's chip shop opening goes with a bang.
(For cast see Tuesday; Omnibus edition next Sunday)
The return of the highly acclaimed series with more heart-warming stories from the wards of Sheffield Children's Hospital. What new dilemmas face the hospital and how are some of the children featured last year progressing? See today's choices.
Producer Richard Alwyn ; Series producer Tracy Cook .
Operation Hope, page 39
8.00pm BBC 1 Last year's series of Children's 's Hospital attracted an average audience of 8.7 million - abundant proof that the appetite for medical realism continues unabated. Of the many young patients who passed through Sheffield Children's Hospital, three in particular engaged the audience's sympathy: Lisa. who has Croon's disease, Karl, diagnosed as having spina bifida, and Bunty, who has cancer.
This third series picks up on the stories of some of those children and introduces new patients, including four-year-old Hayley [text removed], whose brittle bones have fractured 50 times and won't support her weight. While children like Hayley get the best treatment on offer, new chief executive Richard Jeavons arrives to keep standards up to the Patients' Charter against a background of cuts and declining budgets.
Tom goes bungee jumping and Diana can only stop him by agreeing to marry him. The golf club rejects Harvey's application for the 14th time.
Rev Dennis Sparrow:
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Private Lives. Gareth is in the stew this week when it seems his entire kitchen staff have brought their personal problems to work on the same day. With the restaurant fully booked for lunch and dinner, he is willing to play social worker if only to get them all back on the job.
Written by Peter Tilbury ; Director John Birkin Executive producer Polly McDonald
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What drives someone to it?
Is it only for the rich and famous? Why are more and more men doing it and what difference does it make to people's lives? This week's programme lifts the lid off cosmetic surgery, going behind the scenes at one of Britain's largest centres for aesthetic plastic surgery and exploring why so many people want to change parts of their bodies, opting for the scalpel to do it. See today's choices.
The series in which members of the public ask the questions which put the politicians on the spot.
Among tonight's panel in London are Labour's Deputy Leader John Prescott and Jude Kelly, artistic director of the West Yorkshire Playhouse. Chaired by David Dimbleby.
Applications: if you would like to join the audience, telephone [number removed] or write to [address removed]
In the first of three-part story, Jack Killian is confronted by a teenager claiming to be his daughter and is launched on a quest that leads to an illegal makeshift settlement for the homeless.
(Part 2 next week)
Lt Carl Zymak:
Father Joe Di Maggio:
Coach Buck Schafbuck:
Highlights from the last quarter-final match in the Grand Prix from the Assembly Rooms, Derby. Introduced by David Vine.
RCN Nursing Update - Unit 30: Simple Analgesics.