With Andrew Harvey and Juliet Morris.
Timetable on Monday .........................
9.05 The Morning on BBC1 Introduced by Mo Dutta,includingthe viewers' Quizcall competition.
COMPETITION LINE: [number removed] (39p per min cheap rate and 49p other times). For a copy of the rules, send sae to Audiocall, [address removed] with Robert Kilroy-Silk.
With Anne Diamond and Nick Owen.
Featuringcookery with Ainsley Harriott , Dr Mark Porter 's medical desk,
Will Hanrahan with Where There's a Will, and Experts Exported in which Good
Morning's experts meet people with similar specialities overseas. And at
Derek Jacobi talks to Alan Titchmarsh.
Details at 5.35pm. Stereo Subtitled .....
Fast-movingand demanding general knowledge quiz. Hosted by Bill Dod.
COMPETITION LINE: [number removed] (39p per min cheap rate and 49p other times). For a copy of the rules, send sae to [address removed]
Afilm in celebration ofthe National Trust's centenary. Narrated by Ian Holm.
Shown last Monday at 9.30pm Subtitled ..
With Toby AnstiS.
3.50 Part 4 of Treasure Island.
Animated comedy series. Subtitled
Second of a six-part comedy drama about the Slogthwaite Cricket Club.
Mrs Masters's dream of a new club is about to end, and Stan returns to witness the worst events in the club's history. Meanwhile, Scooby appears to have fallen in love.
Written by Sid Waddell
With Diane-Louise Jordan, Tim Vincent and Stuart Miles.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am on BBC2
Mark faces embarrassment when a home video falls into the wrong hands. Annalise's obsession with poetry is escalating. Rick's results are terrible.
Shown at 1.30pm. Stereo Subtitled ....
With Anna Ford and Jill Dando. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish ....................
A rundown of the UK charts, with the latest hits and pre-chart sounds.
Producer RicBlaxill Stereo
Steve makes a serious error of judgment, Pat gets an offer she can't refuse, and Natalie develops an interest in car maintenance.
This week's episodes written by Colin Brake and Len Collin ; Producer Diana Kyle ; Director Gwennan Sage Omnibus edition next Sunday
The RSPCA's Harmsworth Hospital never know what to expect next - emergency surgery, abandoned babies, and injured animals fightingfor their lives. There's also an update on the troubled tale of Digger, the dog who had to be placed with a newfamily when his owner was taken into a nursing home. Unfortunately the placement did not work out, so he's now been sent to a dog training school in the hope of improving hisfostering prospects. With Rolf Harris at the Animal Hospital, and reporter Steve Knight out with the RSPCA's rescue team.
Producer John Groom ; Series producer
SarahHargreaves Subtitled ................... * See This Week: page 6
A new comedy series about a former diplomat forced to adjust to life as a labourer, starring Richard Briers
Tony finds that his new job brings its own problems, not least of which is lunch with his workmates. Ramon SANDORELES
Written by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey Director/Producer John B Hobbs
* Richard Briers' s Kind of Day: page
Chief of police:
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Michael Fish ..................
A comedy drama written by Ian Pattison
starring Karl Howman, Freddie Boardley
When Wayne Todd met Fraser Hood in prison, a bond was forged that could never be broken. So when Wayne is chased out of London by an irate villain, where else should he seek sanctuary but in the posh Glasgow home of his ex-cellmate? See today's choices.
Guests in tonight's programme are Home Secretary Michael Howard , Labour MP Margaret Hodge , biographer Victoria Glendinning and Oxford historian Niall Ferguson. Chaired by David Dimbleby.
Director Laurence Vulliamy ; Series editor
Christopher Capron APPLICATIONS: if you would like to join the Question Time audience, telephone [number removed]
Trading Places. Harvey Lacey sets himself up as bait to catch a construction executive with a homicidal past. Rpt
Crime drama starring
Vincent Mora a Miami policeman is recoveringfrom a gunshot wound in sunny San Juan. When his girlfriend falls to her death from an 18th-storey balcony in Atlantic City, Vincent travels north to confront the seedy underworld.
Director Sandor Stem (1988) # FILM REVIEWS pages 39-44