9.20 Style Counsel Makeover competition, presented by Jeff Banks.
9.45 Kilroy Topical studio discussion with Robert Kilroy-Silk . Stereo .....
10.30 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick Magazine programme. Featuring cookery with Ainsley Harriott , and continuing the series followingfourcouples through their pregnancies. And at 11.00 News Regional News, Weather, stereo ....
Regional News; Weather
12.05pm Call My Bluff Panel game presented by Bob Holness , with team captains Alan Coren and Sandi Toksvig.
12.35 Going for Gold General knowledge quiz, with Henry Kelly. COMPETITION LINE: [number removed]66. Maximum call duration 90 seconds. Premium rate charges apply. Fora copy of the rules, send a stamped addressed envelope to Audiocall, 80 Wood Lane. London W 1 2 OTT.
A double bill of Australian medical drama.
Valentine's Day. David's life is turned upside down when he falls in love with a young British pilot who makes an unscheduled stop at Coopers Crossing.
A Little Tenderness. Tension is high in the Burgess house when the doctors find themselves grounded by a savage storm and right in the middle of a marital row.
The second episode of the seven-part second series of the comedy adventure, featuring Bill and Ruby at the mysterious Dunster Castle in Somerset.
Written by Mickey Hutton and Danny Peacock
Raggedy man/Joshua Fennel:
Comedy show, hosted by Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly. Today, the paparazzi are on Ant's trail. Guests include weather presenter Sian Lloyd , actor John Pickard from 2 Point 4
Children, and TV presenters Jenny Hull , Peter Simon and Blue Peter's Katy Hill.
The Fowler household is laid low, while Robbie and Sarah go on an outing.
This week's episodes written by Simon Ashdown and Lynne Dallow; Producer Jane Harris
Director Philip Casson
Gannets - the Storm Birds
Gannets spend most of their lives at sea, covering vast distances in search of prey.
Coming ashore is necessary nuisance, since they need dry land to support theireggs. Britain, with its many small, steep-sided islands, provides the perfect venue.
Narrated by David Attenborough. See today's choices.
Producer Fergus Beeley + Where to see the seabirds: page 12
A series about people who work at London's Heathrow airport. Tonight, duty officer
Jean-Marie has to deal with a woman stripping off in the toilet, customs staff are busy with revellers returning from a weekend away, and 100 petrified people are trying to overcome their fear of flying. See today's choices.
Producer Ben Gale ; Series producer Nick Catliff
Edina fears that she might be running short of money.
Written by Jennifer Saunders
This month, help is needed in finding the serial attacker who preys on couples in car parks, and four robbers who stole £5 million in a post office raid.
Presented by Nick Ross and Jill Dando. If you have any information on the crimes featured in this programme, ring Crimewatch UK free on [number removed]. Crimewatch UK Update is at 11.45pm. See today's choices.
More details on Ceefax page
with David Dimbleby
Tonight's programme of topical debate comes from Manchester. The panel includes the General Secretary of the TUC John Monks and Daily Mail columnist Simon Heffer.
Director Geoff Wilson
Series editor Christopher Capron
Drama starring Judy Davis
Lilli, a zany back-up singerfor an Elvis Presley impersonator, lives an aimless life on the edge of showbusiness until she takes up residence at a caravan park and meets Ally - a young girl to whom she feels strangely drawn.
Director Gillian Armstrong (1987, 15)
♦ See Films: pages 49-56 ***
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