With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday
With Justin Webb and Juliet Morris.
VE Day Memories: the wireless operator who discovered the war was ending. Timetable on Monday
Today: horse riding, how to make your own rubber stamps, and a trip to Amsterdam. stereo...
Regional News; Weather .............
Introduced by Mo Dutta.
10.05 EastEnders - the Early Days
Saeed tells Naima that equality includes a shared bedroom.
Written by Michael Robartes
10.35 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick
Featuring vet Mark Evans and Eric Knowles with more hidden treasures. 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
More music and guests with Ross King.
Detallsat5.35pm Stereo Subtitled .....
Quiz with Henry Kelly.
A Fistful of Diamonds. When a bank is robbed and a man killed, Heyesand Curry are framed forthe crime.
Unusual vegetable dishes, stereo .
Advice on serving fruit. Stereo
With Toby Anstis.
3.45 The Animals of Farthing Wood
Drought forces the animals to search for water. (Rpt) (Stereo)
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Cartoon. Rpt .................................
Episode two of a six-part comedy drama. A school inspector's arrival presents problems.
Written by Andrew Davies and Steve Attridge
With some last-minute Easter table decoration ideas.
While Rosemary returns seeking a bright business prospect, Julie is in the dark about a serious money matter.
Shown at 1.30pm. Stereo Subtitled....
With Martyn Lewis and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles ...........................
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 away more Hearts of Gold Awards. This week, Phil Turner from Plymouth is reunited with the couple whose lives he saved when they were trapped in the wreckage of their car after a horrifying accident; 86-year-old Florrie Sullivan is recognised for her unstinting work for the elderly in Hove; and 3-year-old Lauren Hilsden is rewarded for saving her mother's life when she collapsed with an epileptic fit at home. Producer Mark Hill ; Series producer Nick Vaughan-Barratt
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By the Conservative Party.
Shown at 10.00pm on ITV and 10.30pm on BBC2
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Bill Giles .........................
Last in the series.
A child is kidnapped and Alice doesn't want Harry involved as the parents are friends of hers. But Harry can't pass up the chance of an exclusive. See today's choices.
Episode written by Sam Snape
Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
Coverage of tonight's ABA finals from Birmingham's National Indoor Arena - the showpiece of the amateur boxing calendar.
Preview of the World Championship, where defending champion Stephen Hendry is looking for his fourth consecutive title.
In the event of FA Cup semi-final replays, the programme will be extended by 20 minutes to include: Football Action from tonight's FA Cup semi-final replays, plus news from this week's games in the FA Premiership.
Producer Vivien Kent ; Editor Brian Barwick
In the Garden of Gethsemane, Jesus prays to be released from the horrors which lie ahead. John Agard 's poem conjures up the figure of Lucifer as a witness to the final temptation of Christ.
Trial by Pilate tomorrow at 11.15pm Stereo.
An incompetent gang of bank robbers decide to train six large dogs to perform their heists for them. Their plans seem foolproof - but are they dog proof? Starring Byron Mabe , Hal Reed , Julie Parrish.
Director Byron Ross Chudnow ( 1972)
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