Live coverage of the final day's play from Old Trafford. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
Commentary by Richie Benaud , Geoffrey Boycott , David Gower
and. Colin Croft Stereo.............................................
Including at 12.00 News Regional News; Weather
Comprehensive regional news, live reports and interviews on issues affecting people in the south east, presented by Tim Ewart. Plus reports on local sportingevents.
Editor Guy Pelham ................................... REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Sarah is aghast when Jane provides herwith evidence of Alex's affair.
Written by Peter Whalley
Producer David Hanson ; Director Jeremy Silberston Omnibus on Wed at 2.15pm Stereo Subtitled .
Undercover investigations of good and bad consumer services.
Benefit of the Doubt. Dylan Winter turns his secret cameras on the DSS, visiting various benefit offices in search of advice forafictional neigh bourwho is entitled to more money. He surveys the queues, the people behind the counters and the quality of advice he is given. Series producer Stephen Arkell
Grant and Phil springa welcome surprise on Peggy, while Bianca hides the truth from Carol. Pat's suspicions are alerted by David's behaviour, while Mark has a guilty secret of his own.
For cast see Thursday Stereo Subtitled ....
Last of the current run of the comedy series about a star newspaper reporter. Starring John Gordon-Sinclair
Clare becomes depressed so Gavin decides to cheer her up - she becomes very depressed, and Gavin and Mike get sent to prison.
First of three new comic adventures starring
Gregor Fisher as captain of Scotland's most unreliable cargo boat.
The Fortune Teller. Lured by a gypsy's prophecy of Spanish gold from a wrecked galleon, the crew embarks on a hunt for the treasure - with literally explosive consequences. See today's choices.
Written by Michael Russell ; Producer/Director
Second in a three-part series on the current state and future prospects of the monarchy in Britain. In tonight's programme,
William Shawcross asks if Britain should become a republic once again. See today's choices.
Producer Daniel Brittain-Catlin ; Editor
With teams from England and the Czech Republic. Introduced by Rosemarie Ford. Commentary by Charles Nove and music from the Andy Ross Band.
Producer Simon Betts Repeated on Wednesday at
3.25pm Stereo Subtitled ....
Police drama starring
As rival drug gangs battle it out on the streets of Brooklyn, New York cops are fighting a rearguard action.
When one of them is shot by a ruthless dealer, colleagues make the murderer's capture a personal mission. Victor Tomasino RAY SHARKEY. Raymond
Williamson MARIO VAN PEEBLES. Dan Reilly PETER BOYLE, Robert Dayton MICHAEL BOATMAN, John "Justice" Butler COURTNEY B VANCE, Carl "Prince"
Franklin MORRIS CHESTNUT
Director Dick Lowry (1992) # FILM REVIEWS pages 45-50
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