Second of the 15-part comedy about a robot butler. Mr Wymi and Billy believe there's a monster in the loch at Wrinkly Castle.
Mr Wymi IAN ANGUS WILKIE , Matron
ANNETTE BADLAND , Billy JAMES YOUNG , Henry REGINALD MARSH
, Maude SHEILA LATIMER , Julie DAWN REID. Mr Trimble STEWART PRESTON , Sid IAIN GOUCK , Alf GAVIN MITCHELL
Written by Malcolm Lane
Next episode on Thursday at4.25pm
Mr Wymi Ian Angus
Mr Trimble Stewart
Ninth of a ten-part comedy series. Streetfinds an old photo of Midge, and Tony is going mad with a time-and-motion study.
Street TIM DOWNIE , RevWorthington NICK
MALONEY, Tony JOHN LABANOWSKI ,
Mickey THOMAS MAHER , Sheri LOUISE SULLIVAN , Midge REBECCACLARKE, James JONATHAN PREAGER ,
Natalie TONATHA DAVIS , Rachel LIANNEISLIN Episode written by Rory Clark and Robert Taylor
Presented by Jill Dando.
Alison Comyn visits
Marco Island on Florida's west coast, Edward and Deirdre Enfield explore the Cotswolds, and Lindsay Bradbury goes to Cyprus and the Holy Land. Plus a family takes a budget break in France. Executive producer Jane Lush ; Series producers Karen Brown and Andrew Fettis
The Queen Vic's out-of-hours visitors don't take kindly to Frank's interference.
This week's episodes written by Tony McHale and Rachel Pole
Producer Josephine Ward : Director
David Richardson Subtitled ..............55 WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/eastenders
Teresa di Marco:
Gianni di Marco:
The series on Liverpool's Alder Hey children's hospital begins a run of twice-weekly visits.
Tonight a four-year-old haemophilia A sufferer who has an operation that will change his life, plus an update on one-year-old Kieran [text removed]'s treatment for cancer of the liver.
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The next programme is tomorrow at 8pm
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Simon Mayo presents the show which exposes dirty deeds.
Page three model Gayle Tuesday - also known as comedian
BrendaGilhooley-ownsupto an incident at a club belonging to Peter Stringfellow , and pop group 911 make confessions to reporter Davina McCall. Director John Gorman ; Producer
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More dramatic stories of real-life rescues, presented by Michael Buerk and Donna Bernard.
Including a diver who was rescued after plunging 200 feet to the sea bed and a 77-year-old man who found the strength to lift a car and save a neighbour's life. Series producer Dick Colthurst ; Series editor Andrea Wills VIDEO: foracopy of the 999 Lifesaver video, send a cheque for £9.99. payable to BBC Education, to: [address removed]
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In a sensational murder trial in 1977, the longest in British legal history, London jewellery thieves Reg Dudley and Bob Maynard were sentenced to life imprisonment for two killings. The pair have always protested their innocence and their case is currently being reinvestigated. Kirsty Wark examines the facts and reveals vital new evidence.
First in a double bill of "virus thrillers".
Starring Kate Jackson
A killer plague is loose in New
York and Dr Nora Hart 's medical team is the city's only defence. They must also battle political inaction and personal conflicts.
Director Sheldon Larry (1992, 15)
* See Films: pages 50-58 ***
Congressman Calvin Phillips:
Dr Jake Prescott:
Mayor Andrew Carmichael:
Concluding the double bill of "virus thrillers".
Starring Stephanie Zimbalist
Palestinian/Israeli peace talks end in chaos in Mexico with a bombing. Those responsible flee north, takingwith them a deadly disease.
Director Sandor Stem (1993. PG)
# See Films: pages 50-58 * Followed by Weather
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