With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday
With Justin Webb and Juliet Morris.
Timetable on Monday
9.10Kilroy Studio discussion, with Robert Kilroy-Silk. Stereo .............
10.05 Can't Cook Won't Cook Ainsley Harriott challenges two more cooks to make a family meal.
10.30 Good Morning.... with Anne and Nick Including Dr Mark Porter , vet Mark Evans , and consumer campaigns from Esther McVey. Ross Benson looks at how the very wealthy prepare for Christmas, and there's an incredible journey with the contact lens. Including at 11.00 News Subtitled; Regional News and Weather.
* See Dr Mark Porter : page 59
12.05pm Pebble Mill Lunchtime entertainment, with Ross King. Today, some talented new performers with great career potential. Stereo ...............
The Traitor. Hawkeye is accused of Shooting Taylor. Stereo ................
Carol Smillie is in Milan; Kevin Woodford tries a new charter to Las Vegas; Kirsty Young goes to the French Alps; and Sue Cook visits St Ives in Cornwall.
Shown yesterday at 7.00pm
♦ RADIO TIMES TRAVEL STORE: for details see page
General knowledge quiz. Stereo ..
Otis the Aardvark introduces cartoons. Stereo ........
Paul and Barry attempt mass catering with the world's largest blancmange. With Leni Harper.
Written by Nick Mclvor
Game show where children compete for the chance to get their own back on an adult. Today's mature victims are a dad and Paul Nicholls from "The Biz!". With Dave Benson Phillips.
Fourth of a six-part comedy drama. Harmony recruits her friends to look for the missing 50p coin. Mrs Parker PAULA WILCOX , Mr Parker STEPHEN MOORE
, Uncle Ginger DONALD SUMPTER ,
Harmony VICTORIA SHALET , Tom ANTHONY HAMBLIN , Melody HEATHER JONES , Postmistress THORA HIRD . Gregory CALLUM DIXON
Screenplay by Steve Attridge from novel by Dick King-Smith
Repeated next Sunday on BBC2
Uncle Ginger Donald
With Diane-Louise Jordan. Tim Vincent , Stuart Miles and Katy Hill.
Rptd tomorrow at 8.05am on BBC2
Cody feels as though she has no place to call home. Jen is having second thoughts about her romance with Phil. Sam runs a woodwork class for the local kids. Karl is given a chance to improve his bedside manner.
Shown at 1.30pm Stereo
Serendipity Ren Gottlieb:
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather Rob McElwee ...................
See Monday for details .............................
Michael Aspel lies in wait with friends and colleagues to surprise another unsuspecting guest.
(Repeated tomorrow at 2.35pm)
News magazine with Sue Lawley and the team which, through a mix of hard hitting investigations and entertaining features, speaks up for people whose lives are affected by politicians and decision makers.
Magician Paul Daniels returns to his nightclub roots for a series of shows in which he entertains an audience of celebrities and guests.
In addition to Daniels's baffling close-up magical tricks tonight's guest performers are Cheryle, Limbo Queen of the Caribbean, who starts her dance act at the height where most people would finish theirs, American James Dimmare with an elegant dove act, and two jugglers, called Clockwork, one of whom draws a portrait of the audience while the clubs are in the air.
Anne Robinson presents the series in which viewers are given the opportunity to pourscorn or heap praise upon recent BBC television programmes. Write to Points of View, BBCtv, London W 12 7RJ. Or telephone/fax on [number removed]. The e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org Producer Bernard Newnham
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Rob McElwee
When Hyacinth plans a nautical supper, events take an unexpected turn - and so does the boat.
Written by Roy Clarke
Director/Producer Harold Snoad
TV repair man:
In the wake of Rosemary West's trial we hear exclusive testimony from the only people qualified to describe life as it really was inside 25 Cromwell Street: this is the story of Stephen and Mae West - the oldest surviving children of Fred and Rosemary.
See today's choices.
A performance by the multi-talented Jimmy Nail earlier this year at Sheffield Arena. In front of an enthusiastic audience, and backed by a crack band, he delivers an intense performance. Songs include his recent hit Big River, the number one Ain't 't No Doubt and the haunting Crocodile Shoes.
Crime drama starring
The New York waterfront is run by major league mobsters. Philly Patillo is offered a job by mob boss Anthony D'Amatowho , in the best Mafia tradition, expects a favour in return. Against his will, Philly finds himself drawn into a life of violent crime.
Director Steven Stem (1988) * See Films: pages 73-80 **