In today's visit to the medical practices in Alnwick, Vivienne Parry meets a family at the child welfare clinic seeking advice about a toddler who will not sleep.
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Live coverage of the second morning's play between England and India in the first Test at Edgbaston. Introduced by Tony Lewis. Coverage continues at 1.55pm. TV presentation Alan Griffiths : Executive producer
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Today, Katy Hill takes to the track in Portugal with Olympic gold medallist Sally Gunnell; Tim Vincent visits Athens to retell the history of the Olympic Games: and Stuart Miles travels to Much Wenlock in Shropshire for the mock Olympics.
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Three contestants pit their wits against the clock and each other. The winner gets the chance to play for a fabulous star prize holiday.
Director/Producer David Taylor
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Vivienne Parry meets the inventor who claims to have devised a bathplug which won't let the bath overflow. She also comes across a cunning cat-flap that automatically sprays the wanderingfeline with flea powder.
Philippa Forrester reports from Sweden on pioneering work to develop false limbs that can be fixed directly into living bone.
Presented by Howard Stableford and Shahnaz Pakravan , with Vivienne Parry , Jez Nelson , Rebecca Stephens andPhilippa Forrester .
Producer Helen Thomas : Editor Edward Briffa
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Desmond Lynam , in discussion with Ruud Gullit , Alan Hansen and Gary Lineker , looks forward to the European Championship which kicks offtomorrow.
The tournament - the biggest sporting event in this country since the World Cup Finals of 1966 - promises action and excitement both on and off the pitch. Holders Denmark will be fightingto retain the trophy, but Holland, Italy and favourites Germany are all strong contenders. As well as the shock that English PFA Playerof the Year Eric Cantona and Newcastle's
David Ginola have been left out of the French squad, the tournament's finish is also significant for markingthe end of Terry Venables 's time at the helm for England and the handingoverof responsibilities to Glenn Hoddle.
The programme features comments from Germany's JurgenKlinsmann and ManchesterUnited and Denmark goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel , as well as the England and Scotland coaches, Terry Venables and Craig Brown. ProducerVivien Kent: Editor Philip Bernie
More reconstructions of dramatic real-life rescues, including the skills of a lifeboat crew being tested to the limits, the story of a soldier who, with a wooden stake lodged in his chest after a car crash, scrambled 30 feet up a motorway embankment to try to get help, and how the number 1471 saved the life of a shop assistant. Presented by Michael Buerk and Juliet Morris. See today's choices.
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9.30pm BBC1 Memorise these numbers: one - four - seven - one. They could save a life. At least, that's the dramatic moral of one of tonight's stories.
Shirley Whitehouse, 56, normally enjoyed good health until one day she was violently sick and collapsed. She crawled to the phone, tried to call her daughter but, in her distress, misdialled, then blacked out. Fortunately for her, she'd got through to conscientious car repair man John Wilcox, who checked the mystery call by dialling 1471. He got through, discovered that Mrs Whitehouse was seriously ill (in fact she'd suffered a heart attack) and called the ambulance. Help arrived in the nick of time, and the patient is now fully recovered.
DianneWiest Gil Buckman is determined that his children will have a better childhood than he did. But he discovers that parents' expectations fortheir offspring rarely match reality.
Director Ron Howard (1989, 15)
♦ See Films: pages 49-56
Vietnam vet Mark Lambert , unable to readjust to civilian life, leaves his family to live alone in the mountains. Years later he meets his 18-year-old son, but the reunion ignites the trauma of warwith violent consequences.
Director Rick Rosenthal (1988.18)
♦ See Films: pages 49-56
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