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Juliet Morris focuses on the day's current affairs in depth, plus, viewers' comments On today's issues. PHONE: (0181)[number removed],fax[number removed] or write to PO Box 9988. London W126BN.
9.20 Can't Cook Won't Cook Chef
Ainsley Harriott challenges two more reluctant cooks.
9.45 Kilroy Daily debate. Stereo ..
10.30 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick Today, Dr Mark Porter 's medical advice,
Will Hanrahan with consumer issues, Paul Ross 's discovery of the RealAmerica, and Go for It! with Lionel Blair. And at 11.00
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Game show with Rob Curling
12.30 Going for a Song
Antiques quiz. Michael Parkinson tests Mariella Frostrup and Tony Slattery's teams.
(Details at 5.35pm)
American country star Martina McBride and Radio 2's David Allan host the awards ceremony which features top performers including Garth Brooks , Jimmy Nail and Charlie Landsborough. Highlights can be heard on Thursday 7.30pm on Radio 2 Stereo ....
A Portrait of Elizabeth. Jim Rockford is under suspicion of murder. Rpt ...
Mrs Dribelle and Elton try to trick Simon into leaving his flat. Final episode on Wednesday at 3.55 Stereo
Comedy drama series. A stone with magic properties changes Penelope's life.
(Final episode on Thursday at 4.35pm)
Otto von Meister:
Lady Diana Townes:
Australian dance group Tap Dogs are in the studio.
Repeated tomorrow 8.00am on BBC2
Billy's romance continues to blossom - no thanks to Karl. Lou plans a radical ad campaign for Chez Chez. Helen turns to the church for help with Mark.
Shown at 1.40pm For cast see Thursday
♦ See Children: page 54
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish ....................
Tim Ewart and Gwenan Edwards with news from the south east, plus sports reports from Jonathan Wills.
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Sally Taylor and Harry Gration present the latest news for the south of England. Plus, special features.
A final selection of items from the last series of the show which looks at human ingenuity and inventiveness. Tonight, Henry Cooper tries out some collapsible golf clubs that fit into a briefcase, and a meeting with a man whose delivery van ignores traffic jams. Presented by Matthew Kelly.
Anne Robinson and Alice Beer present more consumer stories. With reporters Chris Choi and Johnathan Maitland.
Call the live hotline on [number removed] and tell your story to one of the researchers; or write to Watchdog, [address removed].
Someone's out looking for David. Grant takes a shine to the baby and, as Mark pays a visit to the solicitor to discuss his father's case, Pauline is torn by conflicting duties.
See today's choices.
(For cast see Tuesday) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
EastEnders' newest recruit: page 24
8.00pm BBC1 So Mitchell Junior is here, and there really is a marked family resemblance. Perhaps it's the hair, but he does look like both his father (minus the stubble) and his uncle.
However, amid all the cooing over the new addition to the family, there is tension. Kathy has some very definite ideas about the name - but so does her mother-in-law Peggy. And while the Mitchells are celebrating the baby's arrival, another Walford inhabitant is about to make a sudden departure.
RT's Alison Graham has some advice to offer the young lad on page 24 and there are some rather lovely shots for the family album taken by Lord Lichfield.
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A series which reveals the truth about combatting crime in the UK.
Britain has the highest rate of vehicle theft in the world. Every minute a car is broken into, and every two minutes one is stolen.
Tonight, a top policeman reveals some tricks to reduce the risks to your vehicle. Plus, reports on a scheme which has helped police in Durham, the latest car park security measures, a look at new anti-theft devices developed in partnership between the police, insurance firms and manufacturers and a range of new police techniques which are being used to tackle this huge problem. Presented by Martyn Lewis.
Further Details: available on Ceefax page for 24 hours after transmission
With Peter Sissons.
Weather Michael Fish
As part of the week-long series Dealing with Drugs, a look at the increasing use of recreational drugs, not just among the young, but among the professional middle-classes. Panorama investigates whether society is beginning to adjust and even tolerate the drug culture. Gavin Hewitt reports.
The next programme in the Dealing with Drugs series is Newsnight, Wednesday at 10.35pm BBC2
Note: because Panorama is a topical programme and likely to react to events in the news, the above programme is liable to change.
Drama starring Cheryl Ladd
When her pilot husband, Greg, is blamed for a major plane crash, Diane Halstead battles to prove that the fault must lie elsewhere. Meanwhile Greg fights for his life.
See Films: pages 59-66 ***
Oscar-winning drama, starring Dustin Hoffman, Jon Voight
Joe Buck is as naive as he is handsome. He thinks he's going to find adventure, sex and money when he goes to New York; but he only meets the unusual Ratso Rizzo.
See Films: pages 59-66 ****
A location report on the making of Emma Thompson's big screen adaptation of Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility, which has been nominated for seven Academy Awards.
The Oscars - Live are at 2.00am on BBC2