With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday.....
With Nicholas Witchell and Juliet Morris. Timetable on Monday
Bob Langley , Victoria Studd and Mo Dutta visit Morecambe.
Daily cookery programme, featuring chef Clive Fretwell.
Regional News; Weather .............
The real-life dramas from Addenbrooke's, Cambridge, continue with a look at what casualty is really like for staff and patients. The next programme is at8.00pm.
With Sarah Greene and Will Hanrahan.
Today, a report on post-warlife in Slice of Life, catching up with expatriates in At
Home Abroad, and the chance for viewers to test holidays. And at 11.00 and 12.00 News Subtitled; Regional News and Weather. TELE PHONE: 24 hours on (0121)[number removed], or write to PO Box 5500. Birmingham B5 7AN.
European quiz. Stereo ..................
Continuing the family drama revolving around a boat building business.
Episode written by Michael Robson. Next episode tomorrow Rpt
Sea of Love. Val's source reveals shocking news about Meg. stereo..
Animation. Last in the series.
Last in the series.
Episode ten of a 12-part science-fiction comedy thriller. Jennifer Tate offers to help Jones fight Carrington, until she meets him.
Written by Pip and Jane Baker
Another chance to see the fourth series of the children's comedy.
Uncle Jack goes to Egypt with his niece
Helen and uncovers strange doings at the TombofEIWadiWhant.
Jack PAULJONES , Imogen MOYRAFRASER , "M"
ROGER HAMMOND. Dorothy TRICIA GEORGE , Smythe MICHAEL COCHRANE , Cuervo JIMMI HARKISHIN, Imelda
NATASHA GRAY. Hugo JOHN TURNBULL , Pearl CAROLINE O'CONNOR , Mustafa Pipi STEWART PERMUTT Helen. CATHERINE BAILEY Written by Jim Eldridge
Sport and activities series. Today, scrambling on motorbikes, basketball tips, Gaelic football, tennis and powerboat racing. Stereo Subtitled..
Julie accepts a job offer in America on Philip's behalf, and Serendipity grants Mark's birthday wish.
Shown at 1.30pm For cast see Wednesday
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Peter Cockroft
See Monday for details .............................
This week, a look at the humble potato and an exotic Thai chicken dish. Guest chef William Black prepares salmon with tomatoes and chives, and passes on tips for buying fish. Presented by Will Hanrahan and Juliet Morris.
Director Ben Warwick ; Series producer Mary Clyne
Grant and Sharon must lie to keep their meetings a secret. David cannot cope with Bianca's demands.
Forcast see Thursday Stereo
Another visit to Addenbrooke's, Cambridge. Tonight, a woman talks about her decision to have a healthy breast removed to avoid a recurrence of cancer. Plus, a visit with diabetic youngsters and an update on a kidney transplant. With Sue Lawley, Tony Robinson and Maggie Philbin.
(The next programme is at 10.25pm)
The second of a 24-part drama series, showing twice weekly, about the trials and tribulations of the Castle family.
James Castle goes to see his mistress, Christine, who provisionally agrees to let him stay. See today's choices.
Written by Peter Whalley ; Producer Alison Gee
Director Simon Massey Next episode on Thursday
8.30pm BBC 1 Now in regular Tuesday and Thursday slots, BBCtv drama's newest family are trying to pick up the pieces after the discovery that head of the household James (Tony Doyle) has been having an affair.
He stormed out leaving his wife of more than 40 years (Anna Cropper) and the rest of the family in shock. Now meet "the other woman", Christine (Lynn Farleigh). Deserted by her husband, James offers her more than just comfort and support - something her children are not happy about.
WithPeterSissons. Regional News
Weather Peter Cockroft
A six-part drama series about a team of detectives.
3: The team investigates pornography being sold to children.
See today's choices.
Written by Peter Bowker and Bill Gallagher Producer Jo Wright ; Director Richard Laxton
DC Ron Ludlow:
DC Marty Brazil:
DI Eric Temple:
DS Franky Drinkall:
DS Rebecca Bennett:
DC Warren Allen:
DC Bruce Hannaford:
CID Aide Tony Bromley:
PC Alex Holder:
Dr Innocent Adesigbin:
In this visit, a look at caringforthe elderly, plus reports on haemophilia, mini strokes and detached retinas.
The next programme is at 11.45pm.
Action from tonight's Umbro Cup football match between Brazil and Japan, at Goodison Park - the first international to be played at Everton since 1973. Plus highlights of England's opening match, against
Canada, in the second women's World Cup in Sweden.
Commentary by John Motson with Trevor Brooking. Introduced by Tony Gubba with Gary Lineker.
The second of four profiles of staff who keep the NHS trust going. Tonight: a nurse who is training others to accept medical responsibilities that were once within the realm of junior doctors.
Hospital Watch returns tomorrow at 10.05am. Stereo
Richard Dreyfuss , Teri Garr
Joe Trotter has promised to stop gambling, but he cannot resist betting on a dead cert.
Director Joe Pytka (1989) Subtitled.... * FILM REVIEWS pages 49-58