With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday
With Justin Webb and Juliet Morris.
VE Day Memories: life in Guernsey under German occupation. Timetable on Monday
Introduced by Mo Dutta.
9.05 Kilroy Topical discussion programme. Stereo ......................
Pete's schedule is ruined when Lou decides to interfere.
Featuringvet Mark Evans and Eric Knowles with more hidden treasures from the antiques world. Including at 11.00 News Subtitled and Weather; Regional
News; Weather. Stereo..................
Music and chat with Ross King.
Detailsat5.35pm Stereo Subtitled .....
European quiz. Stereo ...............
From Ascot, featuring races at 2.30, 3.05 and 3.35. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore. Introduced by Julian Wilson. Coverage of the Grand National meeting at Aintree begins tomorrow at 2.15pm.
Producer Wendy Sheppard Stereo
First episode of the animated story based on the books by Colin Dann.
Episode one of a six-part comedy drama. At first sight Boot Street School looks ordinary enough, but appearances are deceptive.
Written by Andrew Davies and Steve Attridge
PJ and Duncan perform their latest single, and talk about The Ant and Dec Show, their new entertainment show which starts tomorrow at 4.30pm.
Annalise's attitude to Mark provokes her into a hurtful over-reaction. Julie and Hannah have a heart-to-heart.
Shown at 1.30pm. For cast see Friday
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather Ian McCaskill ...................
Michael Aspel springs more surprises and reunions on his unsuspecting guests when he presents them with the famous red book.
The current affairs magazine programme that reports on the big news stories, and speaks to the people whose lives are affected by the decisions of the day.
Esther Rantzen and co-presenters
Carol Smillie and Mickey Hutton give the Hearts of Gold Award to more unsung heroes and heroines. In this week's programme, Clive Mantle (alias Casualty's DrMike Barratt) helps spring a surprise on teenage Casualty fan Simon [text removed] , who saved his mother's life last year when she had a brain haemorrhage; Jimmy Nail surprises 9-year-old Holly [text removed] who jumped from a first-floor window to save a family from a fire; matrimonial lawyer James Whiting meets an unexpected new client, who tells him he is about to be recognised fora seven-month charity bike ride to South Africa which saved an orphanage; and 85-year-old Alison Kay is rewarded for hertireless efforts helping the homeless in Newcastle upon Tyne. Producer Mark Hill ; Series producer
NickVaughan-Barratt Stereo Subtitled. NOMINATIONS: viewers with nominations for the Hearts of Gold Award should write to: [address removed]
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: email@example.com
Producer Joanna Dunn
With Michael Buerk. subtitled Regional News
Weather Ian McCaskill .................
Aneight-part series about a Darlington news agency, starring Michael Elphick 7: Dean Hawkins breaks out of prison to settle a score with the local police and politicians who destroyed his father, especially parliamentary candidate Frank Melhouse. Meanwhile, Harry is beingfed information on Melhouse by an anonymous source.
Episode written by Robin Mukherjee
Producer Joy Spink ; Director Rob Walker
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Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
Boxing Coverage of Paul Weir's first defence of his WBO light-flyweight title against Renato Magramo of the Philippines in his home town of Irvine.
Racing A look ahead to the world's most famous steeplechase - Saturday's Grand National from Aintree. Also, Desmond Lynam looks back on some of the race's most memorable moments with Peter O'Sullevan, who has commentated on every National since 1960.
Golf A look at this year's contenders for the 59th US Masters, which starts tomorrow in Augusta, Georgia.
Football A preview of Sunday's FA Cup semi-finals in which Tottenham take on Everton at Elland Road, and holders Manchester United meet Crystal Palace at Villa Park.
Motor Sport A look forward to Sunday's Argentinian Grand Prix in Buenos Aires.
Producer Vivien Kent ; Editor Brian Barwick
Alexandra Maynard is used to being in control.
But then a stranger starts to take over her life. He knows everything about her and uses the knowledge to chilling effect. He has Alexandra running scared - until she learns that the best form of defence is to attack.
Director Larry Shaw (1989) .................. * FILM REVIEWS pages 53-56
Alexandra Ally Maynard:
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