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 Lynda Bellingham continues her series on how to make money from second-hand items. Including at 11.00 News
Regional News; Weather. Stereo ....
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.
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Insect repellant and antihistamine are often on the list of essential things to take on a holiday abroad. But now it seems that the only thing really needed to keep mosquitoes at bay is a nice piece of strong cheese. Philippa Forrester reports from the Netherlands on the researcher who has discovered that certain compounds in Dutch cheese are irresistible to mosquitoes. Armed with this knowledge, the development of the perfect mosquito trap is only a few steps away.
Plus, do flabby thighs and a big bottom really mean that a person is heading for a heart attack? Vivienne Parry discovers that it's the fat deep inside the body that really matters.
Presented by Howard Stableford and Shahnaz Pakravan , with Rebecca Stephens and Jez Nelson.
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Jez Nelson's choice: page 1
Trouble and Strife. Ted's ex-wife turns up at the camp demanding arrears of maintenance. She has a bailiff in tow who presents Ted with a writ, and he is forced to resort to all the fiddles he can remember in orderto raise the money.
Written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft
Producer David Croft
The series of programmes which reconstruct real-life rescues. This week's stories include the fire-fighters who were thrown through the air like rag dolls when a barn exploded in a freak flash fire. See today's choices.
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Sequel to the hit comedy thriller 48 Hours
starring Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte.
After seven long years, Reggie Hammond is still behind bars and Jack
Cates remains a rogue cop. Hammond's release and Cates's suspension coincide, but the two can't catch up on old times with a murderous biker gang gunning for them and someone wanting them dead within 48 hours.
(1990, 18) **
See Films: pages 52-57
Horror thriller starring Jeff Fahey, Lindsay Duncan
The victim of a car crash has his right arm replaced in a piece or pioneering surgery. However, plagued by mood swings and nightmares, he is alarmed to learn the donor of his "new" limb was an executed killer.
(1991, 18) (Stereo)
See Films: pages 52-57 ***
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