The art show returns for a 12-part series. This week Josie d'Arby goes up in the world to look down on her paintings. Mark Speight has the ideal way to cover up drawing mistakes and Jay Burridge has a prickly problem with a pot plant.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.55am on BBC2
The latest consumer news and investigative reports. The top names on Britain's high streets come in for close scrutiny and the team of reporters asks the questions that all consumers want answered.
Presented by Alice Beer , with reports from Liz Kershaw , Johnathan Maitland , John Nicolson and Andy Webb.
Series producer Helen O'Rahilly ; Editor
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Anne Robinson : page 14
More heartwarming stones from the RSPCA's
Harmsworth hospital presented by Rolf Harris.
Reporter Shauna Lowry meets Sam Godwin , a new assistant at Harmsworth, plus an update on the seven dogs found in squalid conditions in a London flat.
See today's choices.
Producer Fiona Holmes ; Series producer
A new comedy series about the battle between two generations of dads, starring
George Cole , Kevin McNally Dadmestic. Beryl agrees that Vincent can have a party in the house. leavingAlanwithno alternative but to spend a restful evening at his father's place.
Written by Andrew Marshall ; Producer Marcus Mortimer ; DirectorNick Wood
The second in a six-part drama starring
Full Moon. Carla, Roland's estranged wife, has survived a brutal attack but has suffered brain damage and appears not to rememberthatthey are separated. Meanwhile, Lesley urges Roland to marry her. See today's choices.
Written by Stephen Bill ; Producer
Irving Teitelbaum ; Director Alan Dossor
The first in a new
12-part series of talk shows in which Clive Anderson
interviews stars from the worlds of film, music, politics, sport and literature. This week's guest is
Paul McCartney , who talks about the release of his first classical symphony, Standing Stone. See today's choices.
Producer Anne Marie Thorogood Series producer Dan Patterson
♦ The Clive Anderson
Questionnaire: page 18
David Dimbleby presents the series which invites the public to put the politicians on the spot. On tonight's panel in Southampton are social security secretary Harriet Harman. shadow
Chancellor Peter Lilley , Liberal Democrat treasury spokesman Malcolm Bruce and general secretary of the National Association of Probation
Officers Judy McKnight. Director Laurence Vulliamy Editor Christopher Capron
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Traumatised former CIA operative Chris Creasytakes a job as bodyguard to a rich Italian couple whose daughter is a target forterrorists and soon finds his emotional scars healing. Then disaster strikes and events spin out ofcontrol.
DirectorElie Chouraqu i (1987, 18)
* See Films: pages 50-60 *
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