With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday ...............................
With Justin Webb and Juliet Morris.
Timetable on Monday
With Juliet Morris.
Fordetails see Monday
Today, as it is National Diabetes Week, Vivienne Parry meets the staff and patients of Alnwick's general practices to discoverthe best ways of managing the Condition. Stereo ..........................
Comedy starring Peter Ustinov, Angie Dickinson
Mastersleuth Charlie Chan unmasks the Dragon Queen as a killer. Years later, the shadow of the Dragon Queen still hangs over the Chan family.
See Films: pages 51-60
Including at 11.00 News (Subtitled); Regional News and Weather
Lee Chan Jr:
Emus: Curious Companions. The habits and lifestyle of Australia's emus
Food quiz, hosted by Loyd Grossman.
General knowledge quiz. Stereo.
Details on BBC2 at 5.35pm
21 Days to Tenstrike. When Heyes and Curry join a cattle drive, they find themselves embroiled in a series of murders.
Richard Wilson explores Australia's
Live action from Queen's Club, London. Introduced by Sue Barker. Coverage continues on BBC2.
Producers Johnnie Watherston and Alastair Scott
Italy v Russia
Today, the European Football Championship kicks offwith live coverage of the Group C match between Italy and Russia. Plus, reaction from the Scottish camp to last night's match against Holland, and a preview of Thursday's game between Holland and Switzerland at Villa Park.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Alan Hansen and Ruud Gullit. Commentary by John Motson and David Pleat. The highlights at 10.30pm will also include
Turkey against Croatia.
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
See Monday 6.30pm for details
Gita catches Cindy stealing a moment with David. Romance blossoms for
Tiffany and Tony. Meanwhile, Felix finds a friend in Pauline.
For cast see Thursday. Omnibus edition next
The return of the series offeringthe ultimate guide to this year's summer holidays.
Tonight, Lata Sharma discovers the fast life on Daytona's beaches and the high life at Cape Canaveral; Eamonn Holmes takes a trip to Avoca, in southern Ireland, the village made famous by the recent series,
Ballykissangel; and Monty Don finds turtles, tavernas and tranquility in Turkey. With Jill Dando and Kevin Woodford. See today's choices.
Producers Alison Sharman , Paul Wooding ; Editor
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Romantic comedy series starring Nicholas Lyndhurst
Don't Get Around Much Anymore. It is six months since Gary turned his back on his time travels to 1940. Ron persuades him to return for the one big deal which will set them up for life.
Episode written by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran Director Robin Nash; Producer John Bartlett
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Michael Fish ..................
Continuing the documentary series about army trainee helicopter pilots. Flying Blind. Seven months on, the relentless flying and planningare beginningto take theirtoll. With one man down and the basics behind them, the trainees discoverthat life can get even tougher when they face the dauntingtestof flying in bad conditions and at night, relying solely on their instruments.
Director Tim Lambert ; Producer Will Aslett
Scissors puts his career at risk when he is provoked by a case involving a drunk driver.
See today's choices.
Dr Claire Maitland:
Dr Rajesh Rajah:
Dr James Mortimer:
Mr Cyril 'Scissors' Smedley:
Mr Adrian De Vries:
Dr Sarah Hudson:
Dr Liz Reid:
Student Nurse Kirsty:
Sister Julie Novac:
Sister Debbie Pereira:
CN Patrick Garden:
SN Pam Charnley:
Highlights of this evening's Group D match between Turkey and Croatia at the City ground in Nottingham. Turkey is appearing in its first European final, having beaten Sweden to reach the Euro 96 finals. But the Turks face difficult game tonight against Croatia, who proved in the qualifying round that it has quality players in the ranks.
Introduced by Gary Linekerwith
Jimmy Hill and Chris Waddle.
Commentary by Clive Tyldesley and Trevor Brooking. Plus, reports from the England and Scotland squads before Saturday's clash at Wembley.
Studio producer Sharon Lence ; Editor Philip Bemie
A two-part Canadian mini-series, based on a true story, starring
Kate Nelligan , Kenneth Welsh
Millionaire rancher Colin Thatcher appears to have everything: wealth, a successful political careerand a loving family. But his wife JoAnn knows a different person - a brutal man she can no longer endure. Her decision to leave him results in a bitter custody battle for their children. But howfarwill Colin go to get what he wants? Concluding part tomorrow at 11.20pm.
Written by Suzette Couture Based on the book A Canadian Tragedy by Maggie Siggins Director Francis Mankiewicz
JoAnn Thatcher Wilson: