Live coverage from Blackpool, including debates on the economy and health and social security. Presented by Jon Sopel with Diana Madill. Coverage continues at
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The World Match Play championship.
Steve Rider introduces live coverage of the first round from Wentworth, with commentary from Peter Allis , Alex Hay. Dave Marr , Mike Hughesdon. Beverly Lewis and Dougie Donnelly. Coverage continues at 4pm on BBC2. Producers Alastair Scott and Barbara Slater
* Ernie's winning habit: page 44
Fifth of the 15-part comedy drama. Sid and Alf sell Matron a dodgy burglar alarm in order to steal her money.
Written by Malcolm Lane Stereo
This week on the art show,
Josie d'Arby. Mark Speight and Jay Burridge look at painting watercolours, ingenious stacking storage containers, and how to give portraits a furry look. Repeated tomorrow at 8.05am on BBC2
The latest consumer news and investigative reports as the top names on Britain's high streets come in forclose scrutiny. With Alice Beer , and reports from Liz Kershaw , Johnathan Maitland ,
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The inhabitants of Albert Square are horrified to hear what's happened to Billy, while Sarah and Joe have a shocking announcement in store for
Lorraine and Irene.
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More heartwarming stories from the RSPCA'sHarmsworth hospital with Rolf Harris.
Steve Knight accompanies a group of wayward creatures to the RSPCA's wildlife centre on the coast. Plus Shauna Lowry learns how one honeymoon couple discovered an unwanted addition to their luggage. See today's choices.
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A new comedy series about the battle between two generations of dads, starring George Cole
Dadcipline. While Alan bemoans the lack of discipline in society, Beryl makes an exciting discovery about Vincent. But Brian has a secret in his past that affects them all.
Written by Andrew Marshall ; Director
Nick Wood ; Producer Marcus Mortimer
Thethird in a six-part drama starring
Victims. Frustrated by the police's inability to find Carla's attacker, Roland decides to use his locksmithing skills to set a trap. Meanwhile Barry gets more than he bargained forwhen he tries to make some money on the side. See today's choices.
Written by Stephen Bill
Producer Irving Teitelbaum
Director Lawrence Gordon Clark
In a new series of talk shows Clive Anderson is joined by actor and writer Stephen Fry, who discusses his latest film role as Oscar Wilde, and his autobiography, "Moab is My Washpot".
(Repeated next Saturday)
David Dimbleby presents the serieswhich invites the public to put the politicians on the spot. On tonight's programme from
Manchester, guests include the culture secretary Chris Smith ,
Conservative Party vice-chairman Archie Norman and Liberal
Democrat foreign affairs spokesman Menzies Campbell. Director Geoff Wilson
Editor Christopher Capron
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Police drama starring
Mario Van Peebles
While rival druggangs battle it out on the streets of Brooklyn, New York police are fighting a rearguard action. When one cop is killed by a drug dealer, colleagues make the murderer's capture a personal mission.
Director Dick Lowry (1992, 15)
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