With Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday
With Andrew Harvey and Liz MacKean.
Timetable on Monday
Consumer panel game. Repeat .
Topical studio debate. Subtitled..
Today's activities under expertguidance include cake icing and laying lino.
Two viewers are given makeovers to suit their lifestyles, in this episode of the image and style show. Repeat
Regional News and Weather
Live coverage of the second morning's play in the Fourth Test between England and South Africa at Trent Bridge.
Madge feels she has become too much for Harold to cope with, Anne grows suspicious of Ruth and Phil, and Darren tries to save Shannon's missing son.
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From Ascot. Clare Balding and Willie Carson introduce races at 2.15, 2.45,
3.15 and 3.50, with the 3.15 City Index Rated Stakes the highlight of an exciting curtain-raiserto tomorrow's King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes meeting. With commentary by Jim McGrath , with Jimmy Lindley , Graham Rock and Jonathan Powell.
Producers Malcolm Kemp , Gerry Morrison
US comedy series about a boy who secretly films his family and friends each dayto produce a comic video diary.
Seven-part comedy art series hosted by Mark Speight. Mark finishes a big painting for a gallery but has to contend with his assistant Mr Blobby 's World Cup football fever. Featuring art tips from Tony Hart.
Animated adventures of the eccentric superhero.
"ambassador" in the series is 12-year-old budding conservationist Alana Kane , who travels to Greece to see the efforts being made to save the loggerhead turtle, under threat from man and pollution.
Continuingthe children's drama series. Afterthe party, there are problems for Sasha and doubts for Kerry.
Episode written by Sarah-Louise Hawkins
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With Martyn Lewis and Fiona Bruce.
Weather David Lee subtitled.
Continuing the series in which, for 20 minutes, celebrities become kitchen assistants to the show's top chefs.
This week actor Leslie Phillips and presenter Mariella Frostrup, challenge chefs Brian Turner and Antony Worrall Thompson with their maximum £5 worth of shopping, to produce two mouth-watering meals against the clock. Presented by Fern Britton.
Programme recipes are available on Ceefax page
See Food: page 28; Get ready, steady to cook: Competition, p126
Zoe Ball introduces the hits from thisweek'stop40.
Director/Producer Chris Cowey
Repeated on Saturday TOP OFTHE POPS-THE MAGAZINE: available from newsagents
Another chance to see the first series of the classic comedy starring John Cleese.
A Touch of Class. Basil tries to improve the hotel's clientele. See today's choices.
The Experts' View: page
Sir Richard Morris:
Rerun of the seriesfollowing Marureen Rees and her fellow learners as they strive to pass their driving tests. Maureen needs a licence to start a business, Joan wants to learn before her grandchildren grow up, and teenager Danny wants to drive to see his girlfriend in Preston. Director Francesca Joseph ; Series producer Mark Fielder Repeat Subtitled ...
With Peter Sissons.
Regional News; Weekend
Weather David Lee
Patricia Routledge returns for six episodes of the drama series about the Lancashire detective.
Something to Treasure. A widow calls on the Wainthropp
Detective Agency to investigate the theft of a book written by her late husband.
See today's choices.
Written by Philip Martin
Producer Carol Parks; Director David Giles
Dominic Monaghan throws some light on Patricia Routledge's case in Hetty Wainthropp Investigates
Hetty Wainthropp Investigates
Patricia Routledge returns for a welcome fourth series as the private eye with a fine eye for a floral frock. Hetty and husband Robert have scarcely unpacked after their Australian jaunt and she's already telling her sidekick Geoffrey that she's raring to go. With his girlfriend Janet much in evidence, the detective work seems to be growing into a kind of family business. It's appropriate, for Hetty's main aim is not so much solving mysteries as helping people.
This week her chief concern is a widow, played by Lesley Dunlop, whose husband died at the Cumbrian iron-ore mine where he worked. Hetty's attempts to recover his missing journal dig up some festering suspicions among the miners over valuable minerals.
A chance to see the comedy series starring Lenny Henry aschefGareth Blackstock, who has now been forced to sell and re-launch his restaurant.
Written by Geoff Deane and Paul Makin Director Dewi Humphreys Producer Charlie Hanson
Another chance to the first of the new six-part comedy starring
Tim Healy as Falklands veteran and hotel ownerHarry Springer. Shown on Monday at 10pm
Police thriller based on real-life story, starring
Amid violence and cynicism, cop Frank Serpico retains his ideals, but gradually, his attitudes and behaviour isolate him within the force, and he faces danger from both sides of the law.
Director Sidney Lumet (1973,18)
♦ See Films: pages 42-48 **** ♦ What do you mean, you've never seen ... Serpico: page 41
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