9.20 Can't Cook Won't Cook Chef
Ainsley Harriott with another challenge for inexperienced cooks. Stereo .......
9.45 Kilroy Studio discussion, with Robert Kilroy-Silk . Stereo .............
10.30 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick Nick Owen is joined by showbiz reporter Catrina Skepper. Plus, fashion advice from Ollie Picton-Jones , gardeningtips from Stefan Buczacki , and Second-Hand Rose, a new series in which Lynda
Bellingham reveals how to make money from second-hand items. This week she looks at the profit in car boot sales. Including at 11.00 News
Regional News; Weather, stereo ....
12.05pm Movie Magic A look at special effects in films including Terminator 2:
12.30 Going for a Song Antiques panel game chaired by Michael Parkinson. With Mariella Frostrup , Tony Slattery and expert Eric Knowles.
Alan Titchmarsh , Ross Kingand Sarah
Greene look back at highlights from earlier programmes, including an interview with Julia Roberts. Last in the series.
Careless Dentist Blues. Walterand Gwen sink theirteethintoanother case.
Walter Tatum BILL CAMPBELL. Gwen Cross ALLY
WALKER. Tito AGUSTIN RODRIGUEZ, Billie MARLO
MARRON, Larry Leaves JOE GRIFASI, Suzzi Nite
JENNIFER GRANT , Frankie "the Rat" Reitano RICK
AVILES, Carl ALLAN POE , Benny STEVE DE MOUCMEL, MarjorieLeavesJUDITHDELGADO
Game show hosted by Paul Daniels. Three contestants pit their wits against the clock and each other. The winner has a chance to play for a star prize holiday. Director/Producer David Taylor
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The latest news from the worlds of science, medicine and technology.
This week, Tomorrow's World unveils one of the great mysteries of the ancient Mayan civilisation from
Mexico, which developed one of the most ornate and complex systems of writing ever devised. For hundreds of years, theirstrange hieroglyphs remained untranslated, but all that changed when ten-year-old
David Stuart visited the Temple of the Sun in Palenque, Mexico, and translated a majortext in just one day, afterthe experts had been strugglingto unravel its mysteries forfive years.
David Stuart , now 30 years old, describes his continuing mission to crack the code of the Mayan hieroglyphs.
Presented by Howard Stableford and Shahnaz Pakravan , with Vivienne Parry , Philippa Forrester , Rebecca Stephens and Jez Nelson.
Producer Saul Nasse ; Editor Edward Briffa
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A Matter of Conscience. The local council decides to build a hospital next to Maplins holiday camp. Joe Maplin instructs his staff to thwart their plan by making as much noise as possible.
Written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft
Producer David Croft
Another chance to see some of the most exciting rescue stories previously featured in 999, including the couple trapped inside their burning car in the tiger enclosure of a safari park and the ambulanceman with a fear of heights who had to abseil 60 feet down to help an injured caver. With Michael Buerk. Producer Andrea Wills ; Executive producer
Dan Aykroyd , Jamie Lee Curtis
Mi honaire brothers Mortimerand
Randolph Duke decide to create an experiment in human nature. They frame their nephew Louis, a pompous stockbroker in their own firm, fortheft and drug pushing. As Louis's privileged life crumbles around him, they install the down-and-out con man Billy Ray Valentine in his place.
Director John Landis (1983,15)
* See Films: pages 59-66 ****
Billy Ray Valentine:
Louis Winthorpe III:
Drama based on true events, starring
Gerald Kennedy , Terry Gill
The story of how, in orderto investigate a murder, members of the Australian Federal and New South
Wales police forces worked with the Mafia in a secret operation to grow and distribute marijuana.
Director Ken Cameron (1990)
♦ See Films: pages 59-66 **
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