With Paul Burden. 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 Sara Coburn.
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 Helen Roilason. Including at 9.00
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Cookery challenge hosted by Fern Britton. Repeat Stereo Subtitled ................
Live debate. Stereo Subtitled .........
Paul Rankin prepares a warm chicken liver salad, Lesley Waters pairs noodles and prawns in a Thai salad and Nick Nairn with a citrus fruit salad.
The comedy-adventure series.
They Eat Horses, Don They? When a boy almost dies of food poisoning, Frasertums his attention to the local supermarket.
Fans of the Australian soap Neighbours reminisce. Stereo ......................
Toadie turns on the Rebecchi charm.
Repeated at 5.35pm Stereo
The first of four new murder mysteries to be shown this week starring Raymond Burr as the distinguished attorney. The Case of the Heartbroken Bride
A newly-married pop star is suspected of murdering her husband's uncle.
Honour thy Elders. Quincy investigates two cases that involve young men abusing elderly relatives. First shown on ITV.9433288
Cartoon adventures with the superhero. Repeat ........
Bobby Davro and Peter Simon hostthe lively game show.
Six-part fantasy adventure, based on Alan Garner's classic story about the mysterious kingdom of Elidor.
Written by Don Webb
Based on the story by:
Shown at 12.35pm Stereo Subtitled....
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart.
Weather Michael Fish
Comprehensive regional news, with live reports and interviews on the issues affectingthe
South East. Regular presenters areGwenan Edwards, Mike Embley and Gargy Patel.
Including sports reports from Rob Curling.
Editor Jane Mote Subtitled ....
Jim Davidson hosts the popular snooker game show. Tonight's programme features
Peter Ebdon, Joe Johnson and world champion Ken Doherty. With referee John Virgo. Director Phil Chilvers ; Producer John Burrowes Stereo Subtitled .
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Tonight's edition comes from the Stephen Joseph theatre in Scarborough. The contenders are Stafford housewife
Fiona Redmond ; Timothy Robey , a retired teacherfrom South port; Richard Goodale , a management consultant from Aberdourin Fife , and teacher
Jocelyn Lavinfrom Lancashire. Their chosen subjects are the life and painting of Rossetti, the Dreyfus affair, golf links of Britain and Ireland, and symphonic choral music. With Magnus Magnusson.
Director/Producer David Mitchell
There's free food for all as Ian's family and friends help him celebrate the opening of his third chip shop. But as everyone enjoys his hospitality, Kathy is reminded of Ian's desire to get his missing children back.
Meanwhile, Ruth tries to make Lenny understand why she wants him to find new lodgings, and Robbie gets some good news concerning Wellard's disappearance.
This week's episodes written by Carol Noble and Keith Temple; Producer Miriam Segal ; Director Nick Read
Terry Wogan reveals the hazards ofworkingwith animals when he dips into the archives and uncovers bizarre examples of creatures behaving in an unpredictable fashion - often at the expense of hapless presenters. The programme features a frog bending over backwards to appear on television, a raven deliberately divebombing its enemies with dung, an inventive squirrel, and some infamous meerkats.
One ambitious presenter demonstrates howto catch a giant snake by plunging into a South American riverto wrestle with an anaconda, while Terry's own encounters with feathered and furred creatures are also revealed - including an alarming meeting with a golden eagle called Sebastian.
Director Anne Gilchrist ; Producer
Tom Webber Stereo
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Michael Fish
Continuing the comedy series.
Are You Being Served?
Sharon and Tracey settle into their new home but the discovery of some children's clothes - left behind by the previous occupant -leaves Sharon feeling decidedly broody. Meanwhile, Dorien is disappointed that she has not become embroiled in the tabloid scandal surrounding her current flame, and starts searching fora reporterwhowill publish her tales. See today's choices.
Episode written by Gary Lawson and John Phelps ; Director BazTaylor Producer Tony Charles
The current affairs programme takes another in-depth look at a major story from home or abroad. Last in the series. Panorama returns in the autumn.
Editor Steve Hewlett
KateySagal Jameson Parker
A row between three 16-year-old girls erupts into violence, but Susan Essex cannot believe her daughter Justine could have had a hand in the murder of Vicky Gilmore. But as the girls'lies and guilty secrets surface, the conduct of both Susan and Justine comes under scrutiny.
Director Charles Correll (1991, 15)
♦ See Films: pages 46-53
For schoolgirl Julia Jenz , a last-minute baby-sittingjob turns into a terrifying ordeal when a mystery man comes to the door asking for help. Five years later, at university, the introverted young woman again feelstargeted, and is helped by counsellor Jill Johnson , who has undergone a similar experience. However, who can protect Julia from someone who seems to know her every action?
Director Fred Walton (1993.15)
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