With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday
With Justin Webb and Sally Magnusson. VE Day Memories: wartime paperboys of SOUthport. Timetable on Monday
More ideas and fun, including poetry, a sausage surprise recipe, and a London rapper.
Regional News; Weather
Introduced by Mo Dutta.
10.05 EastEnders - the Early Days Tony has a bitter argument. Written by Gilly Fraser ; For cast see Wednesday
10.35 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick Featuring agony aunt Deidre Sanders, cookery with Ainsley Harriott, Garden Guru with Anthony Henn, and John Leslie meets more unsung heroes of sport. At 11.00 News Subtitled and Weather;
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12.00 News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather
12.05pm Pebble Mill Presented by Gloria Hunniford.
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The Case of the Defiant Daughter. A girl sets out to prove herfather's innocence when he isframed. With Raymond Burr , Barbara Hale , Robert Vaughn ,
With Georges Drailey and Marvin P. Porcuvark.
3.30 Saurian animated madcaps,
Episode two of a 12-part science-fiction comedy-thriller. Watt wants a job.
Written by Pip and Jane Baker
ContinuingTony Robinson 's Robin Hood comedy. Marian seems to fall in love.
Today: a profile of 13-year-old American actress Anna Chlumsky, who co-starred in My Girl.
Debbie confronts Brett about his newspaper article on her illness, and Mark has an idea to add depth to his relationship with Annalise.
Shown at 1.30pm. For cast see Wednesday
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles ...........................
Terry Wogan presents another moral dilemma to be resolved by viewers, star guests and the studio audience. This week comedian Tony Hawks, MP Ken Livingstone and journalist Nigella Lawson discuss the case of an aspiring MP forced to choose between safeguarding her career and helping the police with an investigation.
Viewers can have the last word on the outcome of the discussion by phoning: [number removed] for yes [number removed] for no. Calls should cost no more than 10p.
Nigel gets a promotion following his exertions around the Square.
(For cast see Thursday)
Ian Botham is joined by John Regis , the British 200-metre record holder who has won medals in every major international event, and Robert Jones , Swansea and British Lions scrum half with more than 50 caps for Wales. On Bill Beaumont 's team is Ginny Elliot , twice World champion and three times European champion in the three-day event, and Gary McAllister , captain of Leeds United and Scotland. David Coleman asks the questions.
Plus, the first chance to enter the viewers' competition. Executive producer Mike Adley
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Terry Wogan presents another selection of classic out-takes, catching out the likes of John Cleese, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Pauline Quirke, Linda Robson and Lesley Joseph.
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles .........................
An investigation into the question that vexes city dwellers from Stockholm to
Sydney: why are there so many pigeons? Narrated by Alexei Sayle. See today's choices.
Producer Maurice Meizak ; Series editor
See This Week: page 12
The third series of the historical comedy starring Rowan Atkinson.
The Prince Regent and Blackadder take a trip to the theatre, and the rumblings of anarchy are very close indeed.
Concluding the two-part profile of film director Jean Renoir 's life and career.
Hollywood and Beyond. Renoir left occupied France in 1940 and began a career in Hollywood, but failed to adapt to theirways. He returned to Europe to make such films as The Golden Coach and French Cancan, but lived out his final years in a modest house in Beverly Hills. Including rare archive footage and BBC interviews with Renoir himself.
Director David Thompson ; Series editor
Nigel Williams Stereo
The Last Supper. Jesus explains to a reluctant Peter why he should let him wash his feet. Judas earns his 30 pieces of silver and betrays his master. Roger McGough describes an unlikely filial relationship in his new poem The Father and the Son.
The Agony in the Garden tomorrow at 11.30pm
Eleanor David ,
Nigel Terry New Zealand, shortly after the Second World War. Keith and Sylvia Henderson arrive in an isolated community to run the local school, where Sylvia's liberated approach begins to reap rewards.
Director Michael Firth (1984) Subtitled . * FILM REVIEWS pages 47-56