Introduced by Mo Dutta.
9.05 Kilroy Topical debate with Robert Kilroy-Silk . Stereo .........................
10.00 News and Weather Subtitled (news)
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10.05 EastEnders - the Early Days
Angie suggests to Kathy that Ian does the pub cooking.
Written by Bill Lyons
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Regional News; Weather
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The Case of the Musical Murder. Perry Mason is called in to find the killer of a ruthless director who is murdered during a musical's pre-Broadway try-out. With Raymond Burr, Barbara Hale, Debbie Reynolds and Dwight Schultz.
Continuing the third series of Tony Robinson's retelling of the Robin Hood legend.
Marian's mother comes to stay with the freedom fighter, believing her daughter to be a dental receptionist. Cast list and next episode on Friday
In the run-up to Mother's
Day, Tracey Ullman and her daughtervisit southern India.
Jill Dando is in Orkney and Shetland;
John Pitman explores Miami and Sankha Guha reports from Amsterdam. See today's choices.
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 in this programme, 1.60 from newsagents.
* See This Week: page 8
On Ian Botham 's team tonight are
Dean Saunders , Wales international strikerwhose two goals in last year's League Cup final helped Aston Villa defeat Manchester United, and Mary Thomson , a winner of a Three-Day
Event team gold medal in last year's World Equestrian Games in Holland.
Joining Bill Beaumont are Peter Baker , the RyderCup golfer who won the British Masters at Woburn in 1993, and John Crawley , the Lancashire and England batsman who scored two half-centuries in the recent series against Australia.
David Coleman asks the questions. Executive producer Mike Adley
An affectionate look at badgers, the wild animal many people encounter in theirown back gardens - raiding bins, knocking on doors, climbing onto bird tables and coming indoors to be fed.
Presented by cameraman Simon King. Director Karen Bass ; Producer Mike Beynon
In the first of the series, QED presents an extended edition for Science Week that reveals the very latest developments in the search forthe causes of cot death.
See today's choices.
Producer Linda McDougall ; Series editor
Lorraine Heggessey BOOKLET: send cheque for £3.00, payable to BBC Education, to[address removed]
* Dr Mark Porter : page 42
Another chance to see the third series of the historical comedy starring
Blackadder, butler to the Prince Regent, seeks to protect his master from bankruptcy, engineered by the Prime Minister.
See today's choices.
His own great-great-grandfather:
Sir Talbot Buxomly MP:
Pitt the Younger:
Pitt the Even Younger:
In his first major interview on British television, soul legend Curtis Mayfield talks to novelist Caryl Phillips about his life, career and contribution to the Civil Rights Movement in America.
Mayfield's career was tragically cut short in 1990, when a lighting rig fell on him and left him paralysed from the neck down. His work up to then was an inspiration to other artists ranging from Rod Stewart to Ice-T, and documented the black experience in America for more than two decades.
This Omnibus profile includes archive footage plus interviews with family, friends and colleagues.
Woody Allen , Janet Margolin
By the time he is 25,
Virgil Starkwell is known by five aliases and has an amazingcriminal record.
During a purse-snatching stroll through the park, he meets Louise and falls in love. Suddenly, crime has a purpose nowthat he has a girl to support.
Director Woody Allen (1969) Subtitled ... * FILM REVIEWS pages 53-60
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