From Goodwood. Clare Balding introduces three live races including the Tote Predominate Stakes at 3.10 -the last recognised trial for next month's
Derby at Epsom. Other races are at 2.40 and 3.40. Commentaryfrom Jim McGrath with Willie Carson , Graham Rock and Jonathan Powell.
Executive producer Malcolm Kemp Stereo...
Thirteenth of a 15-part comedy series. Mrs Rocket wants to keep a secret from her son. Julia Jekyll OLIVIA HALUNAN. Moira Jekyll VICTORIA WILLIAMS, Jerry Jekyll BILL FELLOWS. Memphis Rocket SIMON GREEN. Mrs Rocket ANN EMERY. Lester Blister DALE RAPLEY. Mona Jitter SUSIE BRANN. Harriet Hyde JOHN ASQUITH
This week's episodes written by Jim Eldridge and Jeremy Swan Next episode on Thursday at 4.25pm Repeat Stereo
Julia Jekyll Olivia
Moira Jekyll Victoria
Jerry Jekyll Bill
Memphis Rocket Simon
Mrs Rocket Ann
Lester Blister Dale
Brann. Harriet Hyde John
Sixth of a ten-part comedy series. Everyone wants to join the secret society. Tony is starting to put on weight. Midge REBECCA CLARKE. Rachel LIANNE ISLIN. James JONATHAN PREAGER. Mickey THOMAS MAHER.
Street TIM DOWNIE. Tony JOHN LABANOWSKI. Rev Worthington NICK MALONEY. Sheri LOUISE SULLIVAN Natalie TONATHA DAVIS Episode written by John Sayle
Rev Worthington Nick
The series about young achievers returns for a six-part run. Today's programme includes a figure skater and a teenage illusionist. With Toby Anstis and Diane-Louise Jordan. Repeated tomorrow at 7.50am on BBC2
In the final programme of this series Toyah Willcox travels to
Israel to become a camel guide, and John Holdsworth finds himself in the unfamiliar world of the Moscow State Circus.
A new series of Summer Holiday begins next week.
Series producer Fenia Vardanis ; Executive producer Jane Lush Stereo
Ricky hits Lenny with some home truths. Louise tries to make up for lost time with her children.
This week's episodes written by Al Hunter Ashton, Barry McCarthy and Keith Temple
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A series focusing on Liverpool's Alder Hey children's hospital. This week the staff are faced with Jack, a six-month-old baby with suspected meningitis, and ten-year-old Christine, who has bowel disease and may need another operation. Plus there's good news for leukaemia sufferer Danielle [text removed].
Producer Rukhsana Mosam
Series producer Michael Houldey
Continuingthe comedy series starring Chris Barrie
The Good Samaritan. Gary's emergency first aid lands him in court following an incident at a charityfootball match.
Written by Tony Millan and Mike Walling Director/ProducerMike Stephens
This month help is needed with the hunt for a con man who rents homes and then strips them of their valuables, plus an appeal for the street killing of Ricky Smith last October. With Nick Ross and Jill Dando. If you have any information on any of the crimes featured tonight, ring free on [number removed], or e-mail [email address removed]
Crimewatch UK Update can be seen at 11.10pm.
See today's choices.
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More dramatic stories of real-life rescues, presented by Michael Buerk and Donna Bernard.
Including a family that were stranded by the tide and a man who was nearly strangled by the toggles of his coat that were caught in an escalator. Plus another chance to apply for a free life-saving course.
VIDEO: for a free copy of the 999 Lifesaver video, send a cheque for Â£9.99, payable to BBC Education, to: [address removed]
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Historical drama, set in thirties South Africa, starring Stephen Dorff
Young orphan PK is violently bullied, and it is not until he is taught to box by a black prisoner that he begins to fight back.
Director John G Avildsen (1991.15)
♦ See Films: pages 50-56
Followed by Weather
PK age 18:
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