9.20 Style Counsel Makeover challenge. With Jeff Banks.
9.45 Kilroy Studio discussion, with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
10.30 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick Nick Owen is joined by showbiz reporter Catrina Skepper. Plus, fashion advice from Ollie Picton-Jones , gardening tips from Stefan Buczacki , and continuingthe series following four couples through their pregnancies. Includingat 11.00 News Subtitled Regional News and Weather.
Editor Tessa Finch
Regional News; Weather .............
12.05pm Call My Bluff Panel game testing wordpower. With Alan Coren ,
Sandi Toksvig and referee Bob Holness.
12.35 Going for Gold European quiz game presented by Henry Kelly.
The return of the Polish-American investigator.
No Sign of the Cross. When a religious artefact worth one million dollars is stolen while beingtransported from Mexico to the United States, Banacek suspects a gangland connection.
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Game show hosted by Paul Daniels.
Three contestants pit their wits against the clock and each other. The winner can play for a star prize holiday. Director/Producer David Taylor
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Tonight a special edition of Tomorrow's World from Hong Kong, a city about to be transformed when it is returned to China by Britain in 1997, presented by Howard Stableford and Shahnaz Pakravan.
Hong Kong's new airport, Chek Lap
Kok, is breaking all engineering records, but its construction could mean the death sentence for a unique community of dolphins. Is Chek Lap Kok an engineering wonder or an environmental blunder?
The ancient arts of traditional
Chinese medicine are about to get their biggest shake-up for 4,000 years. As Hong Kong scientists separate myth from medicine, what can western doctors learn?
Hong Kongfive-year-olds trained on the abacus are outperforming adults raised on calculators. Is the abacus making a comeback?
Producer Jasper James ; Editor Edward Briffa
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Another chance to see the comedy from 1982.
A Touch of Class. Del catches sight of unique opportunity to gain social promotion into the rich "county" set
Written by John Sullivan : Producer/Director Ray Butt
Snooker game show. Tonight's edition features Stephen Hendry ,
Mario Guedens and Terry Griffiths. With host Jim Davidson and referee John Virgo. Director Babara Jones ; Producer John Burrowes
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Reconstructions of real-life rescues.
Tonight, the mystery of the diver who went missing at midnight in a Scottish loch, only to be found miles away on dry land; the car crash which left a man bleeding badly and unable to tell his rescuers about the hidden medical conditions which could kill him; and the chimney pot which crashed through a Brighton roof during a storm, trappinga man on his bed beneath. Presented by Michael Buerk and Juliet Morris.
Series producer Andrea Wills ; Executive producer
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A chronic liar with a violent streak,
Billy finds himself on the loose in New York City with his fellow group therapy patients. Together, they face the task of rescuingtheir missing doctor.
Director Howard Zieff (1989, 15)
* See Films: pages 49-56 ****
Richard Pryor , John Candy
Monty Brewster is just an ordinary guy, until he inherits a cool$million. The catch is, to get his hands on it, he has to spend$30 million in 30 days and be left with nothing.
DirectorWalter Hill (1985,PG) Subtitled . ♦ See Films: pages 49-56
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