10.05 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick
Including gardening tips from Professor Stefan Buczacki , real-life drama in the Good Morning diaries, a showbiz roundup with Tania Bryer, and make-over magic in Room for Improvement. And at 11.00 News Subtitled Weather; Regional News and Weather. (Stereo)
This week, Peter Simon and the team answer questions about toys and games, including why toy bears are called teddies and why games have to have winners. Write with your questions to: TVK, BBCtv, PO Box 5044, London W 12 6AQ.
Stereo............................................... * See Children: page 54
Game show that gives grown-ups a hard time. With host Dave Benson Phillips.
COMPETITORS: if you would like to appear on the next series write to Get Your Own Back, Room E 1115, BBCtv Centre. London W127RJ Stereo ............
Top record-breaking show. This week: test-riding the "Big One" at Blackpool and meeting a marathon roller-coaster rider; the world's fastest windsurfers; and an explosive finale with a gigantic Catherine wheel. With Cheryl Baker , Kriss Akabusi and Mark Curry , stereo
Repeated next Monday .........................
The game show in which three contestants battle it out in a contest of knowledge and tactics. The finalist has a chance to play against time to win a star prize. Presented by Paul Daniels. Director Babara Jones ; Producer Roger Ordish
COMPETITION: phone in on 0[number removed](calls cost 39p per minute at cheap rate). For a copy of the rules send an sae to [address removed]
Tonight, the American scientists who are trying to re-create the swimming skills of a fish to propel a submersible; and a report from the Atacama Desert in Chile on a miraculously simple invention that can produce drinking water out of thin air. Presented by Carol Vorderman , with Howard Stableford , Shahnaz Pakravan and Monty Don.
Editor Edward Briffa Further information on Ceefax page 623.
Unsuspecting members of the public are surprised with news of unclaimed cash, shares, bonds, land and valuable personal belongings. Plus latest developments from cases viewers were asked to solve in the special programme shown in July and reports on new mysteries where money is still waitingto be claimed by rightful heirs.
Presented by Gloria Hunniford and Andi Peters , with Juliet Morris.
If you can help the researchers, please telephone free on 0[number removed](lines are open until 10.30pm)orwriteto
Good Fortune!, PO Box 5099, London W 12 6GF, orfax 08 1- 4345.
Producer Richard Woolfe
Full details on Ceefax page 619.
Starring Harry Enfield
Old favourites Wayne and Waynetta Slob, the Gits and Tim Nice-but -Dim are joined by a stack of brand new characters. With Paul Whitehouse and Kathy Burke.
Tonight's guest star is Ben Elton, who displays an unexpected talent for self-parody. See today's choices. Director John Stroud ; Producer Harry Thompson
♦ Ooh, you are awful ... but we like you: see page 26
Suspense thriller starring
After 14 years behind bars, brutal rapist Max Cady is free to exact revenge on the man who could have kept him out of jail, lawyer Sam Bowden. Too cleverto attack his victim directly, the devious ex-convict begins a reign of terror that threatens Bowden's wife and teenage daughter. Robert Dr Niro plays Cady in this remake of the 1962 classic. DeNiro's latest movie, Mary Shelley 's
Frankenstein, opens today - he discusses it in De Niro Meets
Frankenstein, which follows on BBC 1.
Director Martin Scorsese (199 1)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 59-66
Robert De Niro, star of a new film of the classic monster story, in conversation with the film's director, Kenneth Branagh.
See today's choices.
Producers Nick Freand Jones, Mark Deitch
(Robert De Niro stars in the film The Untouchables, tomorrow on BBC1)
The demonic doctor introduces anotherfeastoffear.
Curse of the Crimson Altar
Christopher Lee , Mark Eden
When a man arrives in the village of Greymarsh searching for his missing brother, he uncovers a series of sinister secrets that lead to a confrontation with witchcraft.
DirectorVernon Sewell (1968) * FILM REVIEWS pages 59-66
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