With Sara Coburn. At 6.02,6.32 News;
6.12 Business news briefing; 6.27,6.57
Regional news; 6.35 Business news; 6.55 Weather. Stereo ....
With Justin Webb and Sophie Raworth.
At 7.00, 8.00 Main news, with summaries half hourly; 7.25,7.55,8.25,8.55
Weather, Regional news, Travel; 7.32,
8.32 Sport: 7.40 Business.
With Liz MacKean. Including at 9.00
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Cookery challenge hosted by Fern Britton. Repeat Stereo
Topical studio discussion with Robert Kilroy-Silk . Stereo Subtitled ....
Phillip Schofield meets Gloria Hunniford in his kitchen, where they chat about mushrooms.
Regional News and Weather
Live coverage from Old Trafford of the final morning's play in the Third Test between England and Australia. England will be looking to maintain their lead in the Ashes series following their convincing win in the First Test at Edgbaston, and the rain-affected draw at Lord's. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
Including at 12.00 News Regional News and Weather
There's conflict at No 30, while Harold's good deeds interfere with Lou's new business enterprise. And will Toadie and Billy reconcile theirfriendship?
Repeated at 5.35pm Stereo
Continuing live coverage of the final afternoon's play between England and Australia in the Third Test at Old Trafford.
Animation featuring the muscle-bound sailor
Cartoon adventures with the schoolboy superhero.
Bobby Davro and Peter Simon host the lively game show that mixes comedy and questions.
Today's programme features highlights of the team's trip to China last summer where they looked at the lives of young people. Stuart Miles and Romana D'Annunzio learn how to make a kite, which is part of the national curriculum. Katy Hill visits a dogwalking park where children can hire pets; and in Beijing, children talk about what it's like not to have any siblings, under China's one-child policy.
Shown at 12.35pm Stereo Subtitled...
Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart. Weather Suzanne Charlton
Comprehensive regional news, with live reports on the issues affectingthe South East. Regular presenters are
Gwenan Edwards , Mike Embley and Gargy Patel. Including sports reports from Rob Curling.
Editor Jane Mote REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Jim Davidson hosts the popular snooker game show. Tonight's programme features
Steve Davis , Martin Clark and Mark Davis. With referee John Virgo. Director Phil Chilvers ; Producer
JohnBurrowes Stereo Subtitled .
Tonight's edition comes from the Cambridge Union Society.
The contenders are foster carer
Ann Kelly , forensic psychiatrist Akintunde Akinkunmi , artist Leo Stevenson , and Open University student Susan Leng. Their chosen subjects are the life and music of Buddy Holly , the Nuremberg Trials, Dutch Art 1620-72 and Olave, Lady
Baden-Powell. Introduced by Magnus Magnusson.
Director/Producer David Mitchell
Ian wrestles with the residents.
Peggy has a frightening experience that leads to a clash between the men in her life.
Nigel and Pauline's concerns for Dot are dramatically increased. For cast see Tuesday
Last in the new comedy series about a bank manager promoted well beyond his ability. Bank Holiday. When Susan is asked to apply forthejob of manager at a different branch of C and P Bank, Peter decides he should have a go himself.
Written by Mark Burton , John O'Farrell and Dan Patterson ; Director Nick Wood Producer Dan Patterson
With John Humphrys. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Three Up, Two Down
With their finances in ruins, Sharon and Tracey take drastic action to prepare fora more secure future. But
Garth has his own ideas, and Dorien has men on her mind.
See today's choices.
Episode written by Gary Lawson and John Phelps ; Director Baz Taylor Producer Tony Charles
Another in-depth look at a major topical story from home or abroad. Editor Steve Hewlett
Hampstead Garden Suburb was founded at the turn of the century by Dame Henrietta Barnett, a Victorian philanthropist who dreamed of rehousing east London's poor in an area without class divisions. Tonight's programme looks at life in the suburb, highlighting the controversy surrounding the proposal to erect an eruv, an artificial boundary that must not be crossed by orthodox Jews on the Sabbath.
See today's choices.
See John Peel: page 9
Janet Suzman and featuring Marlon Brando South Africa , 1976: Afrikaner Ben du Toit's eyes are finally opened to the fu horrorof apartheid when Gordon, his gardenerfor 15 years, is arrested and tortured to death.
Increasingly ostracised by his friends and family, Ben begins a dangerous crusade to uncover the truth and expose a corrupt and brutal regime.
Director EuzhanPalcy (1989. 15)
♦ See Films: pages 52-59 *** ♦ Ten things every
Susan Sarandon fan ought to know: p 50
Ben du Tort:
Susan du Toit: