With Paul Burden and Adam Shaw.
At 6.00,6.15,6.30,6.45 News; 6.25 Sport; 6.27,6.58 Regional news; 6.15
Financial papers; 6.55 Weather.......
With Justin Webb and Jennie Bond.
At 7.00,8.00 main news, with summaries every 15 minutes; 7.12, 7.40, 8. 1 2, 8.40 Business; 7.25, 7.55, 8.25, 8.55 Weather, Regional news, Travel; 7.32,8.32 Sport.
Liz MacKean focuses on the day's current affairs in depth, plus, viewers' comments on today's issues. Subtitled...... TELEPHONE: (0181)[number removed],fax[number removed] or write to PO Box 9988, London Wl 2 6BN.
Today pastry, including decorating pies.
Wild Waterfalls. Featuring the natural history of cascades.
Agatha Christie mystery starring Margaret Rutherford
When a wealthy recluse is apparently frightened to death, Miss
Marple suspects murder.
Director George Pollock (1963, U) B/W .... * See Films: pages 57-66 ***
Including at 11.00 News Regional News and Weather
Detective Inspector Craddock:
An appeal on behalf of the Sequal Trust. DONATIONS: see yesterday at 5.25pm
Last semi-final of the quiz.
A Rescuer's Story. Featuring
Rosemary Sayer , who rescues hedgehogs.
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Jen waits anxiously to see if she is the winner of the competition. Joanna finds a new project to cheer herself up.
Shownat 12.35pm ForcastseeWednesday
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart.
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News from the region, with live reports and interviews on the issues affecting the south east. Presented by Tim Ewart and Gwenan Edwards with sports reports from Jonathan Wills.
Sally Taylor and Harry Gration present the latest news for the south of England, plus a special feature each evening.
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On tonight's entertainment panel show, Adam Woodyatt, who plays Ian in EastEnders and Swedish presenter and stand-up comedian Babben team up to take on Tomorrow's World reporter Philippa Forrester and Dermot Morgan, who plays the title role in Channel 4's comedy Father Ted. Hosted by Mike Smith.
A series which helps consumers to get the best value for their money.
Tonight, is it worth getting your hair cut by a top stylist, or is a snip on the high street just as good? Vanessa Feltz asks a group of triplets to visit top salons and high street shops, and stylist- to-the-stars Nicky Clarke is asked to match the cut with the price tag.
Chris Choi shows how to save a fortune when you are buying a new car, and looks at Britain's theme parks.
Plus, celebrity panellists Brian Turner, Wendy Craig, Steve Punt and Lowri Turner will be putting another consumer product to the test.
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Chris Choi's Choice: page 13; plus Clement Freud entertains Vanessa Feltz: page 30
While the family discusses his future, Joe tries to lie low. Peggy is filled with the campaigning spirit, and Robbie is unusually helpful in the cafe. Cindy tries to avoid a serious discussion with Ian.
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As a prelude to a new series starting next week, another chance to see the pilot episode of this comedy starring Paul Shane
Su Pollard , Jeffrey Holland
All Change. It is 1963 and at the peaceful country railway station of Hatley, life for everyone appears to be uncomplicated until the newspaper arrives with some grave news. See today's choices
Written by David Croft and Richard Spendlove Director Roy Gould ; Producer David Croft
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With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
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Off the Rails?
In the brave new world of privatised railways, it's cheaperto send trains by road than by rail. When trains need to be serviced, the new owners of the track charge operators so much that many preferto load them onto trailers to be sent down the motorway. So trains can now cause traffic jams.
John Ware asks, has privatisation of the railways gone off the rails?
Producer Nick London; Editor Steve Hewlett
NOTE: because Panorama is a topical programme and likely to react to events in the news, the above programme is liable to change.
As the championship enters its second week Sue Barker introduces the best of the day's action, and is joined by a guest to analyse the events.
Repeated tomorrow at 9.00am on BBC2 as Yesterday at Wimbledon
First of a two-part dramatisation of the disturbing story of a woman'sfight to prove her innocence starring Donna Mills , Robert Wagner
Joyce Lukezic seems to have it all: a luxury house in Phoenix, Arizona, a handsome second husband and three wonderful children. But her secure world of privilege is abruptly ended by the bizarre mafia style executions of her husband's business partner Pat Redmond , and his mother-in-law.
The wealthy community is outraged by the crime, and, anxiousfora quick solution, ambitious state investigator Detective Dan Ryan suprisingly arrests Joyce after linking her to the crime.
Part 2 and cast list tomorrow at 11.25pm.