With Paul Burden and Rob Butler.
Timetable on Monday
With Justin Webb and Juliet Morris.
Timetable on Monday
Introduced by Mo Dutta.
9.05 Kilroy Debate.
Regional News; Weather
Den tells Angie that he has finished with his girlfriend.
Written by Tony Dennis For cast see Tuesday
Featuring vet Mark Evans , the weekly fashion makeover, and Eric Knowles who introduces his new antiques series
Hidden Treasures. Including at 11.00 News Subtitled and Weather; Regional
News; Weather. Stereo ................
Detailsat5.35pm Stereo Subtitled .....
The Root of It All. A stagecoach is robbed, and one of the passengers discovers that a valuable letter has been stolen.
The new cookery series continues with some tricks of the chocolate trade.
Ruth Madoc appeals on behalf of the National Kidney Research Fund. DONATIONS: see Sunday at 5. 1 Opm
With Toby Anstis.
3.45 Crossword puzzle. With Simon Davies , the Chuckle Brothers, Cheryl Baker and John Barrowman.
The Twitches. First of three daily stories by Roy Apps , about two twin sisters who are witches. Told by Niall Ashdown.
A visit to the movies. Rpt ..................................
The last in the media series goes behind the scenes of the musical Oliver. Plusdetailsof how to become a Take Two reporter. With
Juliet Morris. Write to: Take Two, BBCtv, London W127RJ. Stereo Subtitled ............
It 's a black day for Gary when redundancies are announced.
Cast on Tuesday Rpt Stereo Subtitled .
The debutante ball proves memorable, but for all the wrong reasons. Hannah gets dressed up, while Gaby and Annalise have a girls' night in. Shown at 1.30pm Stereo
Andrew Makka MacKenzie:
With Anna Ford and Huw Edwards.
Weather Suzanne Chartton
See Monday for details....
Michael Aspel springs more surprises and reunions on his unsuspecting guests when he presents them with the famous red book.
Director Brian Klein ; Producer Malcolm Morris
The current affairs magazine programme that travels the country, investigatingthe big stories and respondingto the news that matters.
Editor Paul Woolwich
Esther Rantzen and co-presenters, Carol Smillie and Mickey Hutton present another i n the series that gives the Hearts of Gold Award to unsung heroes and heroines from all overthe
UK who have shown outstanding bravery and dedication. This week's programme features the story of a couple who, six years ago, adopted a baby who was so mentally and physically impaired that the experts said he would only live a matter of months. Having sold their homeand business to finance his care, the couple now spend much oftheirtime in Budapest where the child is receiving treatment. Teachers, other parents in a similar position and local prisoners pay tribute to the courageous pair. Producer Mark Hill ; Series producer
NickVaughan-Barratt Stereo Subtitled. NOMINATIONS: viewers with nominations for the Hearts of Gold Award should write to: Hearts of Gold, BBCtv. London W 12 7TS.
Anne Robinson with viewers' opinions on BBC television programmes. Write with your comments to Points of View, BBCtv, London W 12 7RJ. Or telephone/fax on [number removed]. The e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org Producer Bernard Newnham
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Suzanne Charlton
An eight-part series about a Darlington news agency, starring Michael Elphick 6: Snappy and Jonathan are in line for a "Good News" award. But events take a turn for the worse when a young prostitute disappears and her friends think she has been murdered. Alice is a dead ringer for the missing girl and decides to act as bait for the killer.
Harry suspects a local judge. If he's right it will be a front page story; if he's wrong Alice could be the next victim.
Episode written by Andrew Holden
Producer Joy Spink ; Director Rob Walker
Highlights of tonight's football match between
England and Uruguay at
Wembley, plus action from the European Championship qualifying ties featuring Russia v Scotland and Bulgaria v Wales. Commentary by Barry Davies with Trevor Brooking.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Jimmy Hill and Alan Hansen. See today's choices.
Producer Vivien Kent ; Editor Brian Barwick
♦Alan Hansen : see page 38
Comedy drama starring
The cosy world of a parish priest is shattered by the arrival of a fiery young theology student whose riotous behaviouroffends the congregation and the powerful Monsignor Burke.
Director Glenn Jordan (1984) ............... * FILM REVIEWS pages 47-56