With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Monday Stereo 80575
With Justin Webb and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday Subtitled 78643
With Sophie Raworth.
For details see Monday
Against-the-clock cookery with Fern Britton.
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Esther Rantzen asks the children of stars whether having a famous father or mother isahelporahindrance.
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More light-hearted experiments, tests and trials in front of a studio audience, presented by Carol Vorderman.
Robert Carrier visits the Virgin Islands and prepares curried pumpkin soup.
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Regional News and Weather 2 730865
The Duel. An unconvicted killer released from prison on parole seeks revenge against Detective Ray Vecchio.
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Fans recall theirfavourite moments from
Neighbours. Stereo .....................6599339
Regional News and Weather 4305865
Game show hosted by Paul Daniels.
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Libby makes a big decision. Mal decides to travel solo and Anne is in love.
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Murder mystery starring
Dick Van Dyke as Dr Mark Sloan
When a former star pupil appears to commit suicide, Sloan believes he was killed and uses his police connections to investigate. DrMarkSloan DICKVAN DYKE. JD Gantry GEORGE HAMILTON, Dr Stern DAVIDWARNER , Kate Hamilton MARIETTE HARTLEY , Jack Parker
STEPHEN CAFFREY. Amanda Bentley CYNTHIA GIBB Repeat Subtitled .............................4828020
Stain of Guilt. Quincy's job as adviser on a movie based on a famous homicide convinces him the real murderer is at large. First shown on ITV 1780488
Cartoon fun with the sailor who loves spinach.
Practical picture-making tips with claymation antics.
The Hallelujah Kid. A profile of 14-year-old Rev Shaun Walters , who has been preaching in the USA for eight years. Repeat Stereo Subtitled 3318198
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With Anna Ford and Diana Madill.
Weather Michael Fish
The game show introducing potential young snooker stars. Presented by Jim Davidson. with John Virgo.
Director Richard Valentine : Producer
CONTESTANTS: if you would like to take part please send a large sae to [address removed]
A series examining what happened to some of the many innovations which have featured on Tomorrow's World over the years. This week. the cellular radio system in 1971that would expand into today'svast mobile phone network. Plus music and news from one particular year and a look at sporting inventions that failed to catch on, such as centrally-heated ski poles. Hosted by Howard Stableford, Maggie Philbin and Raymond Baxter. Producer Daniel Barry : Series producer
Simon Dickson FURTHER DETAILS: Ceefax page 623, the TW Information Line on [number removed]. or the internet on http://www.bbc.co.uk/tw/timemachine
Carol Smillie hosts the midweek draw. with music from soul singer and songwriter
Connor Reeves. Also. Carol Vorderman is in Edinburgh to find out how lottery cash i s benefiti ng the city.
An affectionate review of the TV career of comedian Dick Emery, presented by Terry Wogan. The programme features classic clips from Emery's work spanning 30 years, with colleagues and famous fans paying tribute to his talents. Including contributions from June Whitfield, Pat Coombs, Jim Davidson, Frank Thornton and Barry Cryer. Director/Producer Mark Wells
Anne Robinson with comments on BBC television programmes. Writeto Points of View, BBCTV,
London W12 7TS, or phone/fax on (0181) [number removed]. The e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org Series producer Annie Lewis Marffy
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Regional News; Weather
Michael Fish Subtitled ..........
Followed by National Lottery Update
The men invite two girls over for a night of fun when Dorothy and Deborah take a weekend break.
From London to a Triad-controlled black market in the Far East, Inside Story this week probes one of the world's most organised smuggling rings to expose a lucrative and violent illegal tobacco trade.
See today's choices.
A documentary in which the phenomenally successful group Oasis give their account of the last year. The programme returns, with Noel and Liam Gallagher and the rest of the band, to their roots in Manchester and includes an exclusive performance of three songs from the new album Be Here Now. See today's choices.
Director: Mike Connolly; Executive producer: Mark Cooper. Stereo
? John Peel's From Elvis to Oasis: page 21; and What's the real story on page 22.
Rap drama starring
When rapper Johnny Van
Owen hits town with his biker posse, the last thing he expects to find is romance. But an A-grade student changes all that. The trouble is, her family is part of the witness protection scheme.
Director David Kellogg (1991, PG) * See Films: pages 44-53 * *
Johnny Van Owen:
Singer at First Club: