With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday ..................................
With Justin Webb and Sally Magnusson.
Timetable on Monday Subtitled ...................
With Sally Magnusson.
Fordetails see Monday Subtitled .............
Moremakeovers. Stereo ...............
Topical studio discussion with Robert Kilroy-Silk . Stereo .............................
Regional News and Weather
Regional News; Weather ....................
Return of the Australian drama for a new
13-part series. A road accident results in a state of red alert. Stereo Subtitled ..
First of a twice-weekly, six-part series on making costumes, with Diane-Louise Jordan. Today: birds and beasts.
Continued on Thursday at 12.50pm
Details at 5.35pm Stereo Subtitled ......
Word game with Bob Holness.
Today, how to keep draughts and chills at bay. With Mike Reid.
General-knowledge quiz with Peter Smith.
Animation. Theme park antics.
A cartoon double bill. (Repeat)
Cartoon adventure about a grand piano. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Third of a six-part comedy. Harmony rescues her magic coin.
From the novel by:
Teenage drama. Anna and Flora try to solve another crime. Angel VICKYTAYLOR, Terry CHRIS WOODGER , Anna CLAIRE GRAHAM. GaryGEORGETROTTER.
Karen KIMBERLY DUNBAR , Flora KERRYANN CHRISTIANSEN,
Brigid JOANNE MCINTOSH , Cher JODY BALDWIN
This week's episodes written by Brian B Thompson
Part 8 on Thursday at 5.10pm Subtitled ......
Karl and Susan go wild in the country. Shown at 1.40pm For cast see Wednesday
With Nicholas Witchell and Moira Stuart.
Weather Michael Fish
For details see Monday 19c
Jill Dando joins America's glamorous holidaymakers at the Breakers hotel in Palm Beach, Florida. Meanwhile, Kathy Tayler samples a bargain break at
Disneyland Paris where a long weekend can cost less than L50 per person; Kevin Woodford gets away from the maddingcrowd when he stays in a self-catering farmhouse on Malta's sister island of Gozo in the Mediterranean; and Kirsty Young discovers the art deco hideaway that inspired Agatha Christie when she visits the faithfully-restored Burgh island hotel, near Bigbury-on-Sea, just off the south Devon coast.
Producers Andrew Fettis and Paul Wooding ; Editor
Pat and Roy share wedding day nerves.
This week's episodes written by Len Collin and Tony McHale; Producer Jane Harris; Director Geoff Feld
Omnibus edition on Sunday Stereo Subtitled ..
Ferencvaros v Newcastle
Live coverage of the Uefa Cup second-round, first-leg match between Hungary's Ferencvaros and Newcastle, in Hungary. Les Ferdinand scored in both first round matches against Swedish side Halmstads as Newcastle enjoyed a comfortable 5-2 aggregate victory. Their win was made easier after a four-goal spree at St James' Park where Colombian striker Gaustino Asprilla, Peter Beardsley and Philippe Albert also found the back of the net. Newcastle fans will have happy memories of Hungarian opposition as in 1969 they beat Ujpest Dozsa in the final of the Fairs Cup, later to become the Uefa Cup. This was the last time Newcastle won a major trophy, but manager Kevin Keegan hopes his star-studded side are on the verge of ending this barren run. Ferencvaros' only major European honour was also in the Fairs Cup when they beat Juventus in the 1965 final. But they are the current Hungarian champions - a title this famous club has won 25 times. Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Alan Hansen. Commentary from John Motson with Trevor Brooking.
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish subtitled ..
Karzan Krekar's family are trapped in a safe haven in northern Iraq. Karzan lives with his wife and child in Britain, watching helplessly as the situation in Iraq becomes evermore unstable and his family are exposed to increasing danger. In February this year, Karzan took his life in his hands and embarked on a perilous mission to bring his family to safety. But he was only able to bring a few of his brothers and had to employ "smugglers" to ensure safe passage.
With hidden cameras, tonight's
Inside Story charts Karzan's progress as he delves into eastern
Europe's underworld to secure fake IDs and passports, and prepares to lead his brothers through a tangled web of secret Mafia routes, across unknown borders and cultures.
Will they make it to Britain and will they be granted political asylum?
Meanwhile, Saddam Hussein 'stroops take the safe haven of Arbil and all lines to the city are severed, provoking renewed attacks from the Americans.
Serieseditor Olivia Lichtenstein
See also Saddam's Revenge tomorrow night at
9.50pm on BBC2
Motor-racing drama starring
American driver Michael Delaney is part of a team assembled at Le
Mans for the gruelling 24-hour race. Also present is Delaney's chief rival
Erich Stahler-both men are determined to win, no matter the cost.
Director Lee H Katzin (1971) + See Films: pages 61-8 ***
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