With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday
With Justin Webb and Andrew Harvey. Timetable on Monday
A visit to Blaenau Ffestiniog in Gwynedd.
With top chef Mark Gregory. Today,
Japanesetempura. Rpt Stereo ...
With Robert Kilroy-Silk . Today: young people as carers.
Ronald Pickup visits DoverCastle.
A short film about a two-year-old basketball prodigy. Rpt................
Live coverage of the first morning's play in the second Comhill Insurance Test between England and the West Indies from Lord's. Commentary by Richie Benaud , Geoffrey Boycott , David Gower and Colin Croft. Introduced by Tony Lewis. Executive producer Keith Mackenzie * See Jonathan Agnew : page 44
Including at 12.00 News Regional News; Weather
Details at 5.35pm. Stereo Subtitled .....
It's ladies' day at Royal Ascot- featuring the pick of the latest fashions. With races at 2.30,3.05 and the Gold Cup at 3.45. Commentary by PeterO'Sullevan, Jimmy Lindley and Jim McGrath , reports by Jonathan Powell , and the fashion scene is described by Eve Pollard. Introduced by Julian Wilson with Clare Balding.
Coverage of the 4.20 race is on BBC2. Plus, further coverage from Lord's. Royal Ascot producer Wendy Sheppard
Animation. Rpt Stereo Subtitled ..
Clarissa's mother wants to get to know her daughter better. Stereo Subtitled .................
Seventh of a 13-part series. The children are getting bored being on the station.
Will Sam be able to fend off an unwanted proposition?
Shown at 1.30pm. For cast see Wednesday
With Anna Ford and Jill Dando. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
See Monday for details .............................
A rundown of the UK charts, with the latest hits and pre-chart sounds. Director Claire Winyard ; Producer Ric Blaxill
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The police arrive with some devastating news for someone in the Square. Phil tries to sweet-talk Kathy, and Tiffany gets a job.
See today's choices.
This week's episodes written by Christopher Reason. Matthew Graham , Tony Jordan Producer Alison Davis ; Director Geoff Feld Omnibus edition next Sunday
The Besieged: War of the Termites
Dramatic footage of a queen termite and herthousands of followers as they are forced to move their highly organised community from one site to another. Narrated by David Attenborough. See today's choices.
Producer Andy Byatt ; Series producer Keith Scholey
♦ Welcome to termite city: page 32
The trials and tribulations of the Castle family. James gets angry when he discovers Linda and Christine havinga heart-to-heart chat. Stephen, Anita and Rachel wrangle with Tony over the cost of the wedding.
Repeated next Tuesday. For cast see Tuesday.
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled Regional News
Weather John Kettley
Gary's father arrives unexpectedly, which threatens Gary's chances of seducing one of Tony's three girlfriends. Meanwhile, Deborah feels left out now that Tony has found success with the ladies.
See This Week: page 6
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London has become the international clearing house forthousands of stolen paintings and antiques. Detective Inspector Jill McTigue and her "Art Squad" at Scotland Yard find themselves investigating thefts that can take them from the streets of London to the Egyptian desert. They also go on the trail of two Turners stolen from the Tate worthL24 million.
Director Carrie Britton ; Series editor
* See This Week: page 10
Tonight's programme of topical debate comes from Manchester, with guests including shadow Northern Ireland secretary Mo Mowlam and Liberal Democrat community relations and urban affairs spokesman Simon Hughes. Last in the present series. Director Laurence Vulliamy ; Series editor Christopher Capron
Highlights of ladies'day, featuring the Gold Cup. Introduced by Clare Balding .
A pastiche on private eye movies, set in Los Angeles
Richard Boone , Barbara Bain
Detective Francis Hogan and his partner Arthur are down to their last cent when the beautiful and wealthy Susan Lakely offers them a case - to find herfiance who's stolen$400,000 of the mob's money. The private eyes soon discover she isn't all she seems.
Director Peter Hyams (1972) * FILM REVIEWS pages 53-60