With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday
With Justin Webb and Sally Magnusson.
Timetable on Monday..........................
Regional News; Weather
Nick is suspected of Reg's murder.
Written by Gilly Fraser
Introduced by Mo Dutta.
10.35 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick With Anne Diamond and Nick Owen.
Featuring celebrity guests, agony aunt Deidre Sanders , cookery with Ainsley Harriott , behind the scenes of the fashion industry with Nicky Taylor , and Holiday Time in which viewers consumertest holiday destinations. Including at 11.00 News Subtitled and Weather; Regional
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12.00 News and Weather subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather
12.05pm Pebble Mill With
12.55 Regional News; Weather
European quiz. Stereo ................
The Case of the Lethal Lesson. Perry Mason returns to teach at his old law school, but when one of his students is murdered it is up to Mason to defend Ken Malansky , the man accused of the murder.
Frank Wellman Sr:
With Toby Anstis. Stereo The Twits. First of two-part daily story by Roald Dahl , told by Kathy Burke.
Fantasy challenges. Stereo Subtitled .........
With Julie Etchingham and Chris Rogers
Continuing the school drama series. Mr Robson has an idea for promotingthe school. Cast list and nextepisode on Friday
Cheryl is rushed to casualty, while Julie faces the consequences of their brawl. Dave mediates between Annalise and Mark at the coffee shop.
Shown at 1.30pm. For cast see Wednesday
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
See Monday for details .............................
In tonight's programme Jill Dando is in Torquay, looking at the traditional
British seaside holiday; Gaby Roslin sails on a small cruiseraround the Galapagos Islands, famed fortheir unique wildlife habitat; Paul Gogarty and his two children visit Morzine in France to test claims that it is the ideal location for a family ski-ing holiday; and John Pitman is in Sitges on Spain's
Costa Dorada, a totally different resort from the average package destination. Producers Alison Sharman and Paul Wooding
Editor Jane Lush Repeated on Friday at 2.20pm
BBC HOLIDAYS MAGAZINE: including reports on all the destinations featured holidays in this programme, £1.60 from newsagents.
Bianca goes missing and Carol receives support from an unlikely quarter. Arthur finds Michelle's news hard to stomach, while Peggy makes an effort to get to know Kathy better. For cast see Thursday Stereo
On Bill Beaumont 's team tonight are Darren Gough , the Yorkshire all-rounder who was England's leading wicket-taker in the Ashes series during the winter, and Colin McRae who last year became the first Briton for 18 years to win the RAC Rally.
Joining Ian Botham are Tim Flowers , the England international who became Britain's firstL2 million goalkeeper when he joined Blackburn Rovers from Southampton, and shot-putter Judy Oakes , winner of two Commonwealth Games gold medals and 34 national titles. David Coleman asks the questions.
Executive producer Mike Adley
A celebration of the career of a unique comic performer, Larry Grayson , who died a few weeks ago aged 71. Grayson became famous for his catchphrases "Shut that door!" and "What a gay day!" when he took over from Bruce Forsyth as presenter of The Generation Game in 1978. This tribute is introduced by Michael Barrymore , who, then unknown, was The Generation Game's warm-up man in Larry Grayson's early days as host. He remembers Grayson as a man whose greatest quality was his ability to be natural: "Larry was always himself. The man you met offstage was the same man you saw onstage. He had a great sense of humour." Other contributions come from Grayson's one-time agent Michael Grade and the "Saturday Girl" from The Generation Game, Isla St Clair.
With PeterSissons. Regional News
Weather Michael Fish ...................
With only a faulty Trabant car for company, Clive James goes to the reunited capital of Germany and finds a kaleidoscopic city of energy, invention and excitement. He mingles with the weird and wonderful youth of Berlin, keeps a last appointment at the notorious border-crossing Checkpoint Charlie, and eventually finds himself cold-shouldered off the road by former East Berliners in convertibles.
See today's s choices.
Producer Martin Cunning ; Executive producer
A portrait of former child prodigy Joshua Bell , a young violinist from America's Midwest who, at the age of 26, is regarded as one of the greatest violinists in the world. Omnibus looks back at Bell's childhood in Indiana, traces his development to international stardom and follows his visit to London last year when he performed Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto at the Proms.
Director Mischa Scorer; Series editor Nigel Williams
Spy drama starring
An uncompleted crossword puzzle handed over by a dying man and the search fora a mysterious woman throw Gary Fenn and Marla Kogash together. While unravellingthe clues, they discoverthat their lives are in danger when they stumble upon a murderous plot hatched by a crazed group of anarchists.
Director Alvin Rakoff (1969) ................. * FILM REVIEWS pages 51-54
Sir Charles Moberley: