With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Monday
With Justin Webb and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday
Cookery challenge show presented by Kevin Woodford.
Makeover series with Caryn Franklin.
Today, an individual image for two sisters who dress identically. (Stereo)
Studio debate with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
Mark Curry presents the household design roadshow. Stereo ...........
Live coverage from Eastbourne presented by Jon Sopel and Diana Madill. The session includes a debate on education.
Including at 12.00 News Regional News and Weather
Weather Subtitled ..........................
Topical weather stories. Stereo.
The shock waves from Hannah's short story reverberate around Ramsay Street. Repeatedat5.35pm Stereo
Smokescreen. The coroner is drawn into a complicated hotel arson investigation.
First shown on ITV
Celebrity lifestyle show. with David Frost and Loyd Grossman.
3.30A visit to the Playground
Stop. Repeat Stereo ....................
Animated stories of a young aardvark........
American live-action comedy, based on the books by Judy Blume , about a boy whose outrageous behaviour complicates his elder brother's life.
Fleurwhen he invites Fifi McFindley to a Blurasis concert. Plus cartoon fun with Barney Bear and The Two Mouseketeers. Next programme on Thursday at 4.35pm
The ninth series of the 20-part children's drama.
Terry and Rob are pool tournament rivals, and Cher is desperate to discover who Harry's secret new friends are.
This week'sepisodes written by Julian Perkins Part two on Thursday 5.10pm
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Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart.
Weather David Lee
Fordetails see Monday ..................
A series in which celebrities and members of the public revisit memorable holiday destinations, presented by Carol Smillie.
This week, Vinny Jones returns to Miami where he celebrated
Wimbledon winning the FA Cup final in 1988. Edward Enfieid takes his granddaughters on a summer holidayto the New Forest, and two former Girl
Guides return to Switzerland's
Lake Lucerne, the scene of a memorable Guides holiday more than 30 years ago.
Series producer Alison Sharman ; Executive producer Jane Lush
Pauline and Maggie find common ground, Martin finds romance, and Mark and Mary share secrets.
This week's episodes written by Tony McHale Producer Mike Hudson ; Director
Philip Casson Stereo
Philip Casson Mark Fowler: Todd
The series following the students from last year's series of Vets 'School.
The New Year bri ngs fresh challenges for the young vets. Trude Mostue operates on an alsatian puppy that has swallowed a toy tree. Alison Lee has to siphon the stomach of a lamb with a bloated belly, then she and her boyfriend have to make a big decision, while Julie Richards starts a newjob in Runcorn, Cheshire. Narrated by Christopher Timothy.
Directors Steven Clarke. Yvonne Holmes , Chris Hutchins ; Series producer
Nick Shearman Postponed from 19
September The next episode is on Friday at 8pm Stereo
Another chance to see a episode of the classic comedy.
Del and Rodney discover that going back to nature and the pursuit of butterflies can be a profitable business, if done correctly.
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Weather David Lee
The series in which comedian Rory McGrath presents TV adverts from around the world.
Tonight, what the Norwegians think of the British, and government information for adolescent males.
Director Steve Smith ; Producer Sue Fox Postponed from 9 September
BornAgain. A four- part series which traces the rise of the Provisional
IRA and Sinn Fein, from to the present day, with first-hand accounts from former active terrorists, British ministers and leading members of the security forces. Presented by Peter Taylor , who has reported on the Troubles in Northern Ireland for 25 years. See today's choices. Producer Andrew Williams
Executive producer Steve Hewlett
Rural drama of romance and revenge, starring
Kurt Russell , Kelly McGillis
When stranded widower
Wayland Jackson stumbles on the isolated Appalachian mountain cabin of unmarried mother Collie Wright, their lives take an unexpected turn.
Director Ted Kotcheff (1988, 15)
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Courtroom drama directed by and starring Ray Milland
When his daughter is killed by a hit-and-run driver, barrister Simon Crawford swears vengeance on the man responsible. Instead, he finds himself in the dock, accused of murder.
(Postponed from 10 September) (1968) (Stereo)
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Simon Crawford QC:
Mr Justice Osborne:
Major Hugh Maitland: