The Case of the Maligned Mobster. When ex-mobster Johnny Sorrento is arrested on damning evidence for murdering his wife, Mason defends him. Last in the series.
Repeat Subtitled ...........................
The series which celebrates the talents and achievements of children. Today a 12-year-old boy who took the controls of a damaged light aircraft while the pilot, his father, prepared passengers for a crash landing. Plus a 13-year-old rocket scientist and twojunior Irish dancing champions.
Today's guest is dancer Breandan de Gallai from Riverdance the Show. With
Diane-Louise Jordan and Toby Anstis. Repeated tomorrow at 8.35am on BBC2
The return of the snooker game show which introduces potential stars of the future. Hosted by Jim Davidson , with John Virgo. Director Richard Valentine ; Producer
Geoff Miles Stereo CONTESTANTS: If you would like to take part please send a large sae to [address removed]
The series that tests newly invented gadgets. This week's devices include a telephone with a built-in lie detector, a silent alarm clock, wind-chimes that don't need wind and a most unusual bathroom accessory.
Also, model Marie Helvin shares the secrets of heryouthful looks. Presented by Carol Vorderman. Producer David Coleman ; Series producer Helen Thomas
A series of highlights from classic sitcoms continues with celebrity fans payingtribute to
Hi-de-Hi! and selecting favourite clips. See today's choices.
Producer Caroline Wright ; Series editor GaynorVaughan-Jones
Next week Selection Box: The Good Life
* Make 'em Laugh: page 21
Anne Robinson with comments on BBC television programmes. Write to Points of View, BBC TV, London W12 7TS, or phone/fax on (0181) [number removed]. The e-mail address is: email@example.com Producer Annie Lewis
Cowardice. Gary is less than courageous in a road rage incident. Tony suspects Deborah is a lesbian.
Written by Simon Nye : Director
Martin Dennis ; Producer Beryl Vertue
Road rage man:
Man at bar:
Dr Susan MacKinnon is the first surgeon in the world to carry out nerve transplants. Her pioneering work in St Louis,
Missouri, utilising nerves from dead bodies, is the only hope for patients who would otherwise face lifelong paralysis in a limb. It's thanks to her, for instance, that three-year-old Rebecca, whose hand was almost completely paralysed after a garden accident, can play like othertoddlers. In tonight's film QED'scameras show
Dr MacKinnon performing only the sixth operation of its kind on a teenagerwho severed an arm in a water sports accident.
Narrated by Amanda Burton.
Producer Liz Tucker ; Series editor Lorraine Heggessey
End Game. Concluding a two-part story. Mulder's sister Samantha, now returned to her family, speaks of alien clones being hunted down by an extraterrestrial bounty-hunter. For cast see Tuesday at 10.20pm
Crime drama starring
Tortured to reveal the name of her lover, the young daughter of General El Jefe gives the name of Alfredo Garcia. El Jefe , a wealthy Mexican landowner, offers a million dollars in exchange for Garcia's head.
Director Sam Peckinpah (1974.18)
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