A morning of debate, magazine items, chat and entertainment.
9.05 Kilroy Topical discussion with Robert Kilroy-Silk . stereo .............
10.00 News and Weather subtitled (news) Regional News; Weather
10.05 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick With Anne Diamond and Nick Owen.
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 ..................
12.00 News and Weather sutmied (news) Regional News; Weather .............
12.05pm Pebble Mill Daily magazine, with Gloria Hunniford.
Family. The town of Coopers Crossing awaits the arrival of Geoff and Kate's baby with great excitement. Kate herself is uneasy and a little sad now that she has finished work - but another arrival soon absorbs Kate's and everyone else's attention. Stereo
With Toby Anstis. This week, Peter Simon and the team answerquestions about music, including why an orchestra needs a conductor. Write with your questions to: TVK, BBCtv, PO Box 5044, London
W126AQ. ♦ See This Week: page 62
This week's feats include the world's highest jump in "big air snowboarding" from Quebec and the longest journey in a black taxi. Plus
Birmingham's heavyweight log carrier and, in Vermont in the US, the smelliest pairof sneakers. With Cheryl Baker , Kriss Akabusi and Mark Curry.
Leah sets off to find her real mother, Duncan returns to the Grove and when Patsy agrees to do some babysitting it goes horribly wrong. Episode written by Matthew Graham. For cast see
Tuesday Subtitled .............................
This year's contest takes place in the Lost City at South Africa's Sun City, as Welshman Gary Taylor bids to become the first Briton to retain the title. In this first heat, as in three subsequent heats, four competitors battle it out for two places in the eight-man final. With Juliet Morris and Paul Dickenson.
TV presentation David Pickthall
Tonight, how advanced mathematics can produce buildings that may reduce the risk of "flashover" - the moment when a minorfire suddenly ignites catastrophically. Plus the latest news on Richard Noble 'sjet-powered car. With Carol Vorderman , Howard
Stableford, Shahnaz Pakravan , Monty Don and Vivienne Parry.
Producer Bill Grist ; Editor Edward Briffa
Stereo Subtitled 53 Further information on Ceefax page 623.
The series in which members of the public are surprised with news of unclaimed cash, property and prizes. Plus a chance to help find some beneficiaries who are still missing. Presented by Gloria Hunniford , Andi Peters and Juliet Morris.
Telephone free with information on 0[number removed](lines open until
1 0.30pm) or write to Good Fortune!,
PO Box 5099, London W 12 6GF, orfax [number removed].
Producer Richard Woolfe Stereo
Full details on Ceefax page 619. ............
Presenters Nick Ross and Sue Cook issue an appeal for information which could help find the murderer of pensioner
Ron Cousins. Telephone free on 0[number removed]. There will be an update on all cases featured at 11.35.
See today's choices.
Director Pieter Morpurgo ; Series producer Liz Mills
Full details on Ceefax page 614.
Romantic comedy, starring
Down-to-earth divorcee Jane McMillan
- about to wed sensible
Warren Danvers - is pushed intojudginga most romantic man contest by her bosses at a Seattle TV station. It turns out to be an assignment that endangers her ideals, her morals, and her feelings for Warren. The film continues at 11.45.
Director Piers Haggard (1990) * FILM REVIEWS pages 69-76
Judge Warren Danvers:
The host from hell introduces his notorious namesake:
Dr Terror's House of Horrors
Starring Peter Cushing
Five men travelling by train meet up with the mysterious Dr
Schreck. The bearded stranger offers each man a fortune reading from the tarot cards - and proceeds to tell each of them how he is goingto die.
Director Freddie Francis (1965) * See Barry Norman : page 66
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