With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday ....
With Justin Webb in the United States, reporting on the presidential election results, and Huw Edwards in London.
Timetable on Monday
With Liz MacKean.
For details see Monday
Topical Studio discussion. Stereo..
Cookery challenge, with chef
Regional News and Weather
Consumer programme. WRITE TO: The Really Useful Show. PO Box 5620,
Birmingham B5 7RE (Telephone free on [number removed]-24 hours a day) Further details on Ceefax: pages 626/7
Regional News and Weather
Sydney-based police drama.
On a Roll. The squad responds to a bomb attack on a rich bookmaker.
With Gary Sweet.
Detailsat5.35pm Stereo Subtitled .......
Countryside activities. Stereo ................
The general-knowledge quiz. stereo ...
3.30 Featuring William 's Wish Wellingtons, Oakie Doke and The
Little Polar Bear.
Paul invents an infallible machine.
Written by Ian Billings Repeat
Game show with Dave Benson Phillips.
Last of the sci-fi drama.
Eve is programmed, and Dinah has begun her quest to help Lloyd.
Adapted by Helen Cresswell from the books by Gillian Cross.
Repeated Sunday on BBC2
Teddy from Watch with Mother, and teddy memorabilia are in the studio as part of the BBC's TV60celebrations.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.55am on BBC2
Malcolm gets a date - but at whose expense? Ben finds that his difficulties with Danni are getting harder to hide; his violent nature may soon come to light.
Shown at 1.40pm Stereo Subtitled ....
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Weather Bill Giles
For details see Monday ....
Ronnie Corbett hosts the game show in which contestants have to unravel the minds of nine young children.
Director Rick Gardner ; Producer Danny Greenstone
Sue Lawley and a team of reporters present investigations, stories, profiles of people making the headlines and some off-beat items that won't have been reported anywhere else.
Editor Dave Stanford Stereo
Eamonn Holmes and Esther McVey present more stories of extraordinary feats and incredible achievements.
This week, how the skills of one woman can boost the chances of a happy reunion for families of missing children. The longer the child is away, the more marked the change in its appearance. Di Cullington can tell police what missing children will look like, years after they disappear. Memory man Dominic O'Brien reveals the secret of how he can remember 100 names, even though he's only had a few seconds to meet the people. Plus a look at nature's greatest engineering miracle - the spider's web.
; Series producer Martin Lucas
Anne Robinson with more of your comments on BBC television programmes. Write to Points of View, BBC TV, London W12 7TS. Or phone/fax on (0181) [number removed]. E-mail address is: email@example.com
Producer Annie Lewis
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Bill Giles
First of a two-part story that marks the final outing forthe comedy written by and starring
Also starring Joanna Lumley
The Last Shout. Edina and Patsy head for a Val d'Isère skiing holiday, while
Mother meets long-lost relatives at the airport. Featuring PP Arnold, and the voice of Sue Lawley. For cast list and conclusion see tomorrow at 9.30pm. See today's choices.
Director Bob Spiers ; Producers Jon Plowman and JaniceThomas Stereo
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Continuing the celebration of 60 years of television, this programme lets the viewers air their opinions on the repercussions wrought by this invention. Television brought changes in etiquette, sparked childhood ambition and, in some cases, broke up relationships. Narrated by Martin Clunes. See today's choices. Director Jonathan Lewis : Executive producer
* See Competitions and Giveaways: page
Drama starring Christian Slater, Tammy Lauren
High school buddies Cliff Petrie and Alex Cutler are both in love with attractive, ambitious Lily Becker. But it's wealthy, college-bound Alex who wins her over, while Cliff can only yearn from afar - with tragic consequences.
Director Michael Tuchner (1989) Subtitled. * See Films: pages 64-72 **
Science-fiction drama starring Bruno Lawrence
A young surfer crossing the Australian desert comes across a neon-lit spaceship in the shape of a forties diner. Out of this craft appears Joe Bogart , an alien who speaks in voices and lines from old movies.
Director Barry Peak (1987) 0 See Films: pages 64-72 *