Introduced by Mo Dutta.
9.05 Kilroy Discussion programme with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
Regional News; Weather ..............
10.05 EastEnders - the Early Days Why didn't Michelle go on the pill? Written by Bill Lyons For cast see Wednesday
10.35 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick With Anne Diamond and Nick Owen.
Featuring Professor Stefan Buczacki 's gardening tips, show business roundup with Tania Bryer , Our Tune with Simon Bates , keeping fit with Susan Kane , and a viewer's Video Diary. And at 11.00
News Subtitled; Regional News; Weather.
Editor Tessa Finch Stereo
Regional News; Weather .............
12.05pm Pebble Mill Including guests
Aled Jones and the cast of Guys and Dolls with Gloria Hunniford.
The Boy in the Boot. There's a mystery in Coopers Crossingwhen acar crash reveals that Rex Sewell has been hiding his son Tim in the boot of his car. With
Robert Grubb , Andrew McFarlane , Liz Burch , Brett Climo , Lenore Smith.
Including details of the Blue Peter "Big Day Out", an event in which children will be allowed free entrance, overthe Spring Bank Holiday weekend, to 140 National Trust properties in Britain.
Presented by Diane-Louise Jordan, Tim Vincent and Stuart Miles.
Dale Winton hosts the new topical show, presenting the funniest stories of the week and tales to make you feel good. Travelling the country are co-presenters Daley Thompson and Liza Tarbuck who are hot on the trail of weird and wonderful people.
Executive producer Charlie Parsons ; Editor
Fiona Cotter Craig Stereo ......................
Tonight, the Chicago Police computer that's monitoringthe cops instead of the robbers. The computer has been trained to spot which of the officers might be vulnerable to corruption. Carol Vorderman talks to the officers on the beat and finds out how they feel about being watched by "big Brother".
And from Vladivostock, the fight to save the Amur leopard, one of the rarest animals in the world. Shahnaz
Pakravan meets the Russian conservationists who are turning to radio tracking in their battle against the poachers. With Howard Stableford,
Monty Don , Richard Mabey , Vivienne Parry and Rebecca Stephens.
Producer Simon Singh ; Editor Edward Briffa
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♦ See Carol Vorderman : page 10
Smoke Your Nose. The Rev
Harry Nettles wagers a Thomas Toft dish with Lovejoy that there is a Roman mosaic in the field by his church. Can Lovejoy find it before the developers move in? Written by Terry Hodgkinson
Producer Emma Hayter ; Director Baz Taylor
The Rev Nettles:
Chairman, Planning committee:
Danny Baker celebrates the careers of more heroes of the small screen.
Tonight, he looks at the presenters who make sense out of the confusion that reigns on election night.
Director Jacques Peretti ; Producer Caroline Wright
Michael Buerk introduces more reconstructions of real-life rescue stories.
Including practical tips on diving safety and Juliet Morris continues to meet the 999 Surf Patrol; tonight she talks to Peter Gaisford who is determined to raise the profile of UK lifeguards. See today's choices.
Series producer Andrea Wills ; Executive producer Andy Batten-Foster Lifesaver Guide: send a cheque for Â£2.50, payable to BBC Education, to [address removed]
Novice diver Tricia Worsley was diving in Stoney Cove, near Leicester, when her demand valve stopped working and she couldn't get any air. In her panic, she surfaced too quickly and burst a lung, as well as becoming temporarily blind and paralysed. Fortunately, Stoney Cove has a decompression chamber where she spent the next 39 hours slowly returning to life. "Very few people have a brush like that with death," she says, "and I was very lucky I did survive it."
This watery nightmare is one of two alarming reconstructions in tonight's 999: Dean Milroy was trapped for three hours under an articulated lorry. And there's rescue of a different sort for the Penlee lifeboat team in Cornwall, called to the assistance of a whale trapped in a rocky inlet.
Vietnam War drama starring
Danny Glover , Willem Dafoe
1972: hot shot navy pilot
Jake Grafton has flown too many missions which had too little purpose. In a squadron of men with reputations to uphold - or live down - he comes into conflict with hardline Frank Camparelli and quirky newcomer Virgil Cole. Then Grafton hits upon an idea to mount a raid he knows will count for something.
Director John Milius (
* FILM REVIEWS pages 49-54
LtJake Cool Hand Grafton:
Cmdr Frank Camparelli:
Lt Sammy Lundeen:
Supernatural murder mystery starring
Peter Cushing , Christopher Lee
When Colonel Bingham investigates the mysterious deaths of trustees of an orphanage, he is unprepared forthe horrific truth behind the murders.
Director Peter Sasdy ( 1972) * FILM REVIEWS pages 49-54
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