Starting with A Touch of Love: The Little
Matchmaker, followed at 11.05 with the morning magazine including tips on how to de-stress in Relax with Jeni Barnett , the fourth At Home Abroad and Caroline Righton meets crafts experts in Country Crafts. Plus a viewer's video diary, more Experts Exported and summerfashions. Including at 11.00 and 12.00 News Subtitled; Regional News; Weather.
Editor Tess Finch
Drama set in Tarrant and revolving around the lives of the Howard family.
Episode written by Patrick Carroll
Tonight, Vivienne Parry meets one of the first people to undergo a pioneering operation which surgeons at Dundee's Royal Infirmary believe can control the muscle tremors and shaking associated with illness like Parkinson's disease.
From America, Carol Vorderman investigates a prehistoric refrigerator.
Did Stone Age man keep his meat fresh by storing it at the bottom of a lake?
And Shahnaz Pakravan tests a system which can turn spoken German into perfect English. With Howard
Stableford, Richard Mabey , Rebecca Stephens and Monty Don.
ProducerSimon Singh ; Editor Edward Briffa
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Rodney struggles with his adult education course in computer science while Del tries to be a yuppy.
Michael Buerk introduces more reconstructions of rescue stories.
Tonight, a two-day-old baby who was flung from her incubator when an ambulance crashed, and the paramedic whose life was ruined as a result of the post traumatic stress it triggered; a lifeboat team who try to rescue a couple cut off by storms; and an underground inspection that leaves a tin miner fighting for his life.
Series producer Andrea Wills ; Executive producer
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Black comedy starring
When Mafia hit man Charley
Partanna meets beautiful tax consultant Irene Walker , he quickly loses his heart. But then he finds out that she's really an assassin who has cheated his family out of a lot of money.
Director John Huston (1985)
♦ FILM REVIEWS pages 48-58
Don Corrado Prizzi:
Angelo Pop Partanna:
An anthropologist discovers a strange, frozen ape-man in China. On board the Trans-Siberian Express, the creature defrosts and escapes.
Director Eugenio Martin (1972) * FILM REVIEWS pages 48-58
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