With Nick Owen and Sarah Greene.
Featuring Professor Stefan Buczacki's gardening tips, show business round up with Tania Bryer, "Our Tune" with Simon Bates, and keeping fit with Susan Kane.
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Featuring the second day of the Grand National meeting from Aintree. With races at 2.35, 3.10. With commentary by Peter O'Sullevan, Jim McGrath, Richard Pitman, Peter Scudamore, John Hanmer, Bill Smith, Jonathan Powell and Graham Rock.
Coverage of the 3.45 and 4.20 races are on BBC2. Stereo
Australian 13-part fantasy-comedy series
On election night everyone gathers at the lighthouse for a party, but a storm begins and they all get trapped inside. With Joelene Crnogorac, Ben Thomas, Jeffrey Walker, Richard Moir.
Tim Vincent visits the Bike 95 show at Olympia in London. He tries out an indoor mountain bike track and officiates at a BMX world record-breaking event. Meanwhile, in the studio, the Wheeler High Schools Marching Band entertain.
The Wheeler High Schools Marching
Can Cody stop the sale of Doug's grog? The Starks learn a home truth and Mark realises he has a lot to be grateful for.
Shown at 1.30pm. Stereo Subtitled....
Andrew Makka MacKenzie:
Game show in which three contestants pit their wits against the clock and each other. Presented by Paul Daniels.
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Vivienne Parry continues her report on Graeme Tennick, a victim of a car crash three years ago whose face is to be rebuilt in a pioneering operation. Tonight, the rehearsals on a precisely engineered model of Graeme's skull are over and Vivienne catches up with him two hours before surgeon Keith Postlethwaite attempts the real operation at Newcastle General Hospital.
From Australia Monty Don meets the inventor who has perfected a way to kill thousands of cockroaches in a single night in an environmentally sound way. On Easter Island the famous stone heads may last for ever but the last surviving tree was cut down for firewood in 1957. Howard Stableford reports on a plan to reforest Easter Island with an exact genetic copy of the trees that used to grow there.
Presented by Carol Vorderman with Shahnaz Pakravan, Richard Mabey and Rebecca Stephens.
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Another chance to see the documentary following
Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean as they returned to competitive skating and prepared to compete in the Winter Olympics at Lillehammer. See today's choices.
Director/Producer Edward Mirzoeff
Michael Buerk returns to introduce more real-life rescue stories. Including the struggle to free two men trapped in their sinking powerboat after a crash at Guernsey's World Championships, the rescue of a paratrooper dangling from a Hercules which is captured on camcorder from inside the aircraft, and in Northern Ireland an unusual and baffling agricultural accident which leaves a man fighting for his life. See today's choices.
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Psycho thriller starring
The Big Apple's in big trouble, as the indestructible psycho-fiend Jason Vorhees heads for New York City aboard a "love boat" full of teenagers, which he transforms into the ultimate voyage of the damned. Then one of his victims escapes into the maze of Manhattan's subways and sewers, only to confront Jason one final time.
Director Rob Hedden (1989)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 53-56
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