Comedy. Matron agrees to a psychologist carrying out tests on the residents of the old people's home.
Matron ANNETTE BADLAND , MrWymi IAN ANGUS WILKIE, Billy JAMES YOUNG , HenryREGINALD
MARSH, Maude SHEILA LATIMER , Julie DAWN REID ,
Dr Bimblestein FINLAY WELSH
Written by Malcolm Lane
More picture-making ideas with Josie d'Arby. Mark Speight ,
Jay BurridgeandMorph , includingtellingthe time with broken crockery and constructing portraits out of layered card. Repeated tomorrow at 8.05am 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.
With Alice Beer , and reports from Liz Kershaw ,
Johnathan Maitland , John Nicolson and AndyWebb.
Series producer Helen O'Rahilly ; Editor
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More heartwarming stories from the RSPCA's Harmsworth hospital presented by Rolf Harris. This week Steve Knight follows the inspectors as they call in the fire brigade to rescue a squirrel stranded up a church spire in Clapham, south London. Producer Jane Stimpson ; Series producer Helen Thomas
+ Shauna Lowry 'sfavourite videos: page 70
Continuing the comedy series about the battle between two generations of fathers, starring George Cole
Habadadery. Alan discovers that Vincent finds his choice of clothingembarrassing.
Unfortunately Brian isaboutto take him on a visit to his gentleman's outfitters -the infamous "Mister Nigel".
Written by Andrew Marshall ; Director
Nick Wood ; Producer Marcus Mortimer
John Peel: page 9; How I created
Dad's Brian Hook: page
The fourth in a six-part drama starring
Words and Deeds. "Giveme five minutes alone with whoever did this to my wife," Roland had said. Now he has caught Paul, the young lad responsible for up to ten burglaries a night in the town. As he questions him through the night uncertainty starts to creep in and Roland feels further and further out of his depth. See today's choices.
Written by Stephen Bill
Producer Irving Teitelbaum
Director Lawrence Gordon Clark
Clive Anderson interviews stars from the worlds of film, music, politics, sport and literature, with the help of questions from the studio audience.
Producer Anne Marie Thorogood Series producer Dan Patterson
Repeated next Saturday Stereo.
David Dimbleby presents the series which invites the public to put the politicians on the spot. On tonight's programme from London, panellists include the Defence Secretary George Robertson and the shadow
Environment Secretary Norman Fowler.
Director Lawrence Vulliamy Editor Christopher Capron
AUDIENCE: phone[number removed]for an application form to join the studio audience for future programmes around the country.
Thriller starring Patsy Kensit
Partnering jealous newly married cop Frank Yanovitch, Kelly Wheatstone finds their investigation of a series of grisly murders complicated by his personal problems. Then a killing closer to home adds an even more macabre twist to an already dark tale.
Director Clive Fleury (1994, 18)
See Films: pages 58-66 *
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