Guido, the escaped gorilla, captures Julia. Julia Jekyll OLIVIA HALLINAN , Mum
VICTORIA WILUAMS , Harriet Hyde JOHN ASQUITH , Mrs Rocket ANN EMERY , "Guido" the gorilla MATT RAYNOR
Part 13 next Tuesday
Repeat Stereo Subtitled ................
Seventh of a nine-part comedy series with music. For all their success, the band still has no bookings. Jimmy Osman JAMES HURST , Greg Fuggle LEE OTTER
, Bev Osman HARRIET THORPE , Miles Smith-Jones TOM LOWE , Giles Beamish SAM CHAPMAN , Jassy Pinkerton SCARLETT STRALLEN , Lucy Shaw KEISHA ATWELL , Colin Crabbe MICHAEL HOBBS , Janis GEMMA MCCLUSKIE , Carly JESSICA MEYER
Written by Roy Apps' Stereo Subtitled .
The series that puts major health stories underthe microscope, presented by Alice Beer. Tonight's edition focuses on meningitis which kills more than 500 people a year in Britain. It features moving case-studies, reveals how little parents know about the signs and symptoms, and dispels common myths. Plus a report on new developments in the battle againstthe disease. With John Nicolson.
Producer Owen Gay;
Series producer Donna Taberer
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See Dr Mark Porter : page 39
Continuingthe series about the staff and patients at Hampden Veterinary Hospital.This week reporter Shauna Lowry meets farm practice secretary Morwen Ashton and her 80,000 pets - two hives of bees. Plus the koi carp that needs an operation. Presented by Rolf Harris.
Producer Jane Stimpson ; Series producer Sally Dixon
Continuing the comedy series about a mother who demands to be looked after. Starring Stephanie Cole
When Richard gives Peggy a dog, she is determined to look after it all by herself, at least until it starts misbehaving. See today's choices.
Written by Geoffrey Atherden ; Director Sylvie Boden : Producer Stephen McCrum
Colin the fireman:
The programme that reconstructs real-life rescues, presented by Michael Buerk and Juliet Morris. This week the fight for survival of two young climbers buried in a snowhole, the race to save a scaffolderwhofell onto a concrete platform in the middle ofthe River Severn, and the freak accident that left a Scottish policeman trapped inside a blazing tent. See today's choices.
Producer Tessa Finch; Editor Andrea Wills Stereo...................................
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A four-part series in which Angus Deayton probes the art of deception.
The Great Pretenders. The first programme delves into the minds of real-life tricksters to find out the truth about lies.
They include a man who lived a lie as film director
Stanley Kubrick , a compulsive scam merchant who posed as a football club's financial saviour and a con man on the run from the police. See today's choices. Director Jeremy Lovering
Series producer Emma Cahusac
* See John Peel: page 9
On the day after the Queen's Speech, with the Government setting out its new programme, David Dimbleby invites a studio audience to tackle politicians on a range of important issues.
Executive producer Christopher Capron
Editor Daniel Brittain-Catlin
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Drama starring Tom Conti, Susan George, Rod Steiger
Andrija, a friendly and simple-minded lifeguard at a remote lake in Yugoslavia during the last summer of the Second World War, is in danger of losing his job because he's never had the chance to save anyone. But his life is thrown into turmoil when he rescues a drowning man and becomes hated by the locals.
Director Rajko Grlic (1989, 15) .. * See Films: pages 52-60 **
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