With Adam Shaw and Sara Coburn.
Editor Paul Gibbs ; Timetable on Monday
With Andrew Harvey and Sara Coburn. Editor Tim Orchard ; Timetable on Monday
9.05 Kilroy Discussion. Stereo ...
10.05 Housemates Quiz testing domestic know-how, with Tim Vine. Stereo..
10.35 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick Live magazine, with Nick Owen trying a new Olympic sport, Stefan Buczacki 's gardeningtips, fashion advice from Ollie Picton-Jones and Jimmy Savile reveals the story behind his favourite song. Including at 11.00 News Subtitled; Regional News, Weather
Editor Tessa Finch Stereo
12.05pm Pebble Mill Comedian Brian Conley talks to Ross King about his starring role in Jolson, the forthcoming West End musical, Stereo ....
Murder by the Book. In an episode directed by Steven Spielberg , the dishevelled detective matches minds with a mystery writer he suspects of murdering his partner.
Starring Peter Falk.
The first semi-final. Stereo............
Orville gets lost at the fair ground. Rpt ..........
Animated adventures. Subtitled ....................
Fourth of a 24-part comedy series. Harriet Hyde turns up in the Chamber of Horrors on the school outingto the waxworks. Julia Jekyll
OLIVIA HALLINAN , Memphis Rocket
SIMON GREEN. Mrs RocketANN EMERY. Lester Blister
ROBERT PORTAL. Harriet Hyde JOHN ASQUITH ,
Waxworks attendant WALTER SPARROW. Waxworks visitor JEANNE MOCKFORD , Waxworks visitor's friend
SELINA GILBERT, Nicola BlisterTIFFANY GRIFFITHS ,
Sharon Blister KAREN SALT, Roger ANTHONY TOBIAS. Sarah Slocombe EMMA BARNETT , Mrs Smith CHRISTINE LOHR , MrSlime PHILIP PHILMAR
Written by Jeremy Swan
This week: an interview with rugby union player Gavin Hastings ; a tree-fellingextravaganza in Tasmania; a$4-million fountain in America that may be the world's tallest; and a report from Essex where two men are looking to eclipse the record for most arrows fired from a long bow in 60 seconds. With Cheryl Baker , Kriss Akabusi and Mark Curry.
With Julie Etchingham and Chris Rogers.
With Diane-Louise Jordan, Stuart Miles, Tim Vincent, Katy Hill.
Repeated next Monday on BBC2
Information can be accessed on the Internet, at [web address removed]
Lovelorn Malcolm finds Danni understanding, but how interested is she? Susan finds Annalise hasfixed ideas on runningthe Coffee Shop. Shownat 1.30pm ForcastseeWednesday
With Martyn Lewis and Jill Dando. Subtitled
Weather Suzanne Charlton
See Monday for details .............................
Paul Daniels hosts the quiz in which contestants compete for a holiday by choosing between the answers on offer. Director/Producer David Taylor
COMPETITION LINE, ring [number removed] (calls cost 39p per minute cheap rate and 49p per minute at othertimes.) For a copy ofthe rules, send an sae to [address removed]
The series offering the latest news of science, medicine and technology.
Tonight: a report from Tokyo, where the world's biggest fire department is using a robot that can rescue people from burning buildings considered too hazardous for human firefighters; how scientists in New York are combatting "scratchiti" ― the craze for defacing subway-train windows with emery cloths orfake diamonds - with a cheap, tough alternative; plus, in a feature held overfrom last week, news of a Nasa experiment that tests if Briton Nigel Packham can survive in a cramped airtight box for 15 days with his oxygen supply recycled by 30,000 wheat seedlings. Presented by ShahnazPakravan, Howard Stableford , with Jez Nelson and Vivienne Parry. Producer Sam Roberts ; EditorEdward Briffa
FURTHER DETAILS: Ceefax page 623, the TW Hotline on (0 181) [number removed], orthe internet on http://www.bbcnc.org.uk/bbctv/twortd/index.html
Reconstructions of true stories of heroism, with Michael Buerk and Juliet Morris. Tonight: a three-year-old boy who was severely burned by a 750-volt electric shock after wandering on to a railway line; a woman whose life was saved by her dog after she fell off a bridge and into a stream; plus news about 85,000 free places on the St
John Ambulance Breath of Life campaign. Executive producer Andy Batten-Foster ; Series producer Clare Pizey Stereo
Britain's longest-running quiz celebrates its 25th birthday with a compendium of the show's most memorable moments. A new series begins next Friday. See today's choices. Executive producer Mike Adley
* On Your Marks: page 29
With Peter Sissons.
Suzanne Charlton ..........................
Fifth of a 12-part drama.
Starring Nigel Le Vaillant
Dangerfield wrestles with his conscience after a businessman is found dead. See today's choices.
The Andrew Duncan interview with Nigel Le Vaillant : page 16
9.30pm BBC It's been a long time coming, but the passion that began to smoulder in last week's episode finally ignites tonight as Paul Dangerfield and fellow GP Joanna Stevens share a lingering kiss. And viewers can expect to see more of the same in the future. "The stuff of drama is to spin that on-off romance thing out," says Nigel Le Vaillant. "But in the end you have to deliver something". Elsewhere, Dangerfield mixes murky business with quirky pleasure. After weeks of anticipation he takes his falcon on its maiden flight but later clashes angrily with new GP Dr Roz Parker after she refuses to reveal vital murder evidence. Discover more about Nigel Le Vaillant in this week's Andrew Duncan interview on page 16.
PC Nigel Spenser:
PC Georgie Cudworth:
Fire officer Lazenby:
Tom Selleck , Alan Rickman
Laura San Giacomo
Answering an advertisement for a marksman, Matthew Quigley arrives in Australia to find that his prospective employerwants him to cull the local native population.
Director Simon Wincer (1990)
# See Films: pages 61-68 ***
Major Ashley Pitt:
/ Comedy starring
Martin Short , Annette O'Toole
It's David and Kathy's big date.
7 Maybe tonight's the night they'll end up in bed, or perhaps not. David's just been fired and Kathy thinks he's got a promotion, and she's neglected to tell him that she's got a daughter. David MARTIN SHORT. Kathy ANNETTE O'TOOLE ,
Bruce PAUL REISER , Nancy JOANNA KERNS
Director Armyan Bernstein (1987) Stereo. ♦SeeFilms:pages61-68 ***