With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday................................
With Andrew Harvey and Sara Cobum. Timetable on Monday
Bob Langley, Victoria Studd and Mo Dutta pay a visit to Telford. Rpt Stereo ..
Cookery with top chef Clive Fretwell.
Continuing a week of real-life dramas from Addenbrooke's, Cambridge. Today, a visit to the Rosie Maternity Hospital, with Sue Lawley, Maggie Philbin and Tony Robinson. The next programme is at 8.00pm.
Regional News; Weather .............
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Test matches to be played this summer against the West Indies.
Live coverage of the first morning's play from Headingley, with commentary by Richie Benaud , Geoffrey Boycott ,
David Gower and Colin Croft. Introduced by Tony Lewis. Including at 12.00 News Subtitled; Regional News and Weather. Coverage continues at 1.50pm. See today's choices.
TV presentation Alan Griffiths ; Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
* See Jonathan Agnew : page 38
Details at 5.35pm. Stereo Subtitled .....
Further live coverage. Continued at
4.00pm on BBC2.
More adventures with the affable little penguin....................
Game show, hosted by Mark Evans. Last in the series.
COMPETITION: send answers to Why Did the Chicken? PO Box 900. London W 12 6WW.
Animated adventures of a boy and his car.
The return of the opinionated teenager. An impending visit from Aunt Mafalda upsets Clarissa's slumber party plans.
Fifth of a 13-part live action series.
A group of children and their parents head for earth aftera volcanic eruption.
Cheryl tries to reduce stress in her life, while Doug considers pastures new. Shown at 1.30pm. For cast see Wednesday
With Anna Ford and Jill Dando. Subtitled
Weather Peter Cockroft
A rundown of the UK charts, with the latest hits and pre-chart sounds. Director Claire Winyard ; Producer Ric Blaxill
Mark confesses his worries to Michelle over Ruth. Bianca thinks hard about the meaning of fatherhood, and Debbie finally snaps at Dougan.
This week's episodes written by Gillian Richmond ; Producer Jane Harris ; Director Sue Butterworth Omnibus edition next Sunday
Continuing the week's visits to
Addenbrooke's, Cambridge. Tonight's programme follows James from
Edinburgh who is having his knee replaced - not with an artificial joint but with a donor knee from the National Bone Bank, held at Addenbrooke's. Hospital Watch returns at 11.40pm.
Third in a 24-part drama about the trials and tribulations of the Castle family. Philip and Linda persuade James and Margaret to meet up.
For cast see Tuesday Omnibus edition next
Monday Stereo Subtitled ....................
WithPeterSissons. Regional News
Weather Peter Cockroft....
Gary tries to sabotage Dorothy's fledgling relationship, while flatmate Tony has to choose between new girlfriend Jill and his trusty collection of soft-porn magazines.
Tonight's programme looks at three victims of post traumatic stress disorder and the new treatment they are undertaking. See today's choices. Director Malcolm Brinkworth ; Series editor
Action from tonight's Umbro Cup game between England and World Cup semi-finalists Sweden, at Elland Road - England's first home international away from Wembley since 1966.
Plus highlights of England's second group game in the women's World Cup, against Norway, and action from
Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland in their European Championship qualifying group matches.
Commentary by John Motson with Trevor Brooking. Introduced by Tony Gubba with Jimmy Hill and Alan Hansen.
The third of four profiles of staff who play a key role in keeping the NHS trust going focuses on the senior doctor at Addenbrooke's, who manages to combine treating patients with managing a multi-million pound organisation. Hospital Watch returns tomorrowat 10.05am. stereo...
Lee Van Cleef
When Ezekial Collier , the Indian
Commissioner, is ambushed and murdered, his dying words are "April morning". Seeking revenge and justice, Captain Apache, an Indian serving with the Union army, is sent to track down the killers and unravel the mystery of his death.
Director Alexander Singer (1971)
FILM REVIEWS pages 49-58