Introduced by Mo Dutta.
9.05 Kilroy Topical discussion with Robert Kilroy-Silk . Stereo .............
10.00 News and Weather subtitled (news) Regional News; Weather .............
10.05 EastEnders - the Early Days
Mary causes trouble between Ali and Sue. Written by Valerie Georgeson For cast see Tuesday
10.35 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick Featuring cookery with Ainsley Harriott , Dr Mark Porter 's medical desk, Where There's a Will with Will Hanrahan, and a look at leisure time exploits of the rich and famous with Heather Mills. And at 11.00
News Subtitled and Weather; Regional
News; Weather. Stereo ................
12.00 News and Weather subtitled (news) Regional News; Weather
12.05pm Pebble Mill With
Comedy starring Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Anita Ekberg
Steve Wiley and Malcolm Smith each win half of the same car in a cinema sweepstake. Steve wants to sell the car to pay off his gambling debts, but Malcolm, an ardent film fan, wants to drive to Hollywood to meet Anita Ekberg.
Director Frank Tashlin (1956)
FILM REVIEWS pages 53-60
In Science Week, vets of the RSPCA's Harmsworth Hospital show Rolf Harris some of the more high tech equipment they use when treating animal patients. Harvey the dog helps reporter Steve Knight give tips on pet care.
The sixth of a seven-part comedy adventure series.
The day of destruction has finally arrived for the evil Mrs Dears. With Susie Blake, Trevor Peacock and Jennifer Piercy. Written by Mickey Hutton and Danny Peacock
Gita lays down the law. Peggy tries her hand at marriage guidance, and Michelle has an answer for Geoff.
This week's episodes written by Gillian Richmond; Producer Nicholas Hicks-Beach; Director Jonathan Young Omnibus edition next Sunday
In a special edition for Science Week, Rolf Harris looks at the more high tech animal medicine being practised at the RSPCA's Harmsworth Hospital.
Reporter Steve Knight , meanwhile, joins the inspectors and ambulance drivers called out to investigate cruelty cases or deal with accidents.
Series producerSarah Hargreaves
A fast-moving drama series set in a local crown prosecution office. Sheila and Ben are torn between a case that has no evidence and compassion for a grieving widow.
Episode written by Steve Coombes and David Robinson
Rptd tomorrow at 1.50pm
Chief Supt Dwyer:
Pauline and Linda In
Concert. The last in the series in which Pauline Quirke and Linda Robson learn the hard way what it takes to succeed in a variety of challenging worlds. Fortheirfinale, they train as classical singers, aiming to join leading soprano Lesley Garrett on the concert platform with a full symphony orchestra. See today's choices. Director/Producer Nick Handel
Tonight's programme of argument and debate comes from Glasgow. Guests include Shadow Social Security Secretary Donald Dewar , Liberal Democrat MP Ray Michie , and Margaret Ewing of the SNP. Chaired by David Dimbleby.
Director Laurence Vulliamy ; Series editor
Christopher Capron APPLICATIONS: if you would like to join the Question Time audience, telephone 08 1 -87 5252.
A Fair Shake. In the first of a two-part story, the seemingly ordinary case of a bank vice-president caught with her fingers in the till suddenly becomes a major investigation when thousands turn into millions. With Sharon Gless and Tyne Daly.
Comedy western starring
James Garner , Lou Gossett
A pairof accomplished con men -
7 one white, one black - successfully exploit the greeds and hypocrisies of gullible slave dealers in the small towns of Missouri and Kansas.
Director Paul Bogart (1971)
♦ FILM REVIEWS pages 53-60
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