Fifth of a ten-part comedy series. Is the hall infested with woodworm?
Mickey THOMAS MAHER. Midge REBECCA CLARKE. Street TIM DOWNIE. RevWorthington NICK MALONEY, Tony JOHN LABANOWSKI
Episode written by Rory Clark and Robert Taylor
Comprehensive regional news, with Mike Embley (Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday), Charley Figgis (Tuesday, Wednesday), Adrian Finnigan (Wednesday) and Gargy Patel (Thursday, Friday). Including weather, and sports reports from Rob Curling.
Editor Jane Mote Subtitled ............
Series in which the presenters of Holiday take jobs in the travel industry. Kevin Woodford crews a tall ship in the Caribbean, while Ross Kelly takes charge of a Torquay hotel that has just seven staff members - including a waiter named Manuel.
Robbie overhears a conversation between Lenny and his ex-girlfriend Alice, which could have serious repercussions for Bianca.
This week's episodes written by Shaun Prendergast and Rob Gittins
A series focusing on Liverpool's Alder Hey children's hospital. This week the patients include an eight-month-old girl who has gone into cardiac arrest and a two-year-old with a hole in her heart. Plus an update on one of last week's young patients.
Beginning a six-part second series of the comedy about footballer turned entrepreneur Gary Prince, starring Chris Barrie
Gary starts training for a 100-mile charity walk to raise money for an old people's home - but his choice of back-up team causes ill feeling in more ways than one.
Written by Tony Millan and Mike Walling
Including the race to save a British naturalist stung by a deadly scorpion, an occupied Morris Minor crushed by a lorry and a man who fell on a live railway track during an epileptic seizure. With Michael Buerk and Donna Bernard.
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The series on juvenile crime concludes with a look at its impact on three families, including that of Philip Lawrence , the London headmaster killed by a teenager. See today's choices.
Series producer Denys Blakeway
Followed by Children of Crime - the Debate
David Dimbleby hosts a discussion on crime and young people, asking who is responsible and what is the solution, featuring experts and key figures who appeared in the series. Producer Karen O'Connor
♦ Frances Lawrence : People, pl2
On a public relations visit to
Australia American Nick Loomis finds himself mixed up in corruption and murder. Director Robert Michael Lewis
(1978) .................................. ♦ See Films: pages 48-56 **
Followed by Weather
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