Live coverage from Bournemouth, including an opening-day speech by leader William Hague. Presented by Huw Edwards and Diana Madill.
Editor Alexandra Henderson Subtitled.
Including at 10.55, 11.55 News Regional News and Weather
Another chance to seethe second six-series of the comedy about a girl and her magic coin. Harmony is miserable until her uncle returns the "Queen's Nose" to her.
Harmony VICTORIA SHALET, MrsParker PAULA WILCOX . MrParker STEPHEN MOORE , Melody
HEATHER-JAY JONES, Uncle Ginger DONALD SUMPTER , Grandma LIZ SMITH. Mr Swingit ANTON RODGERS Written by Steve Attridge
Repeat Subtitled ...........................
Concluding the series in which celebrities revisit their perfect holiday destinations.
Alan Hansen returns to Bermuda, Michelle Collins relives a school trip to Romania and Helen Rollason revisits the Cornish seaside town of Rock. With Carol Smillie
. Holiday returns next week. See today's choices.
Series producer Alison Sharman ; Executive producer Jane Lush
Tiffany invites Grant on holiday. Robbie does some decorating at Bianca and Ricky's flat.
This week's episodes written by Lilie Ferrari, Doug Briggs and Lynne Dallow WEBSITE: [web address removed]
A series following Birmingham Trading Standards officers.
This film follows an investigation into burglar alarms which develop a fault soon after their guarantees have expired. Officers suspect an electrician has been tampering with alarms in order to profit from unnecessary repairs. Also the motor team examine a dangerous second-hand car.
Series producer James Hayes ; Executive producer Jeremy Mills Subtitled.....
Another episode of the classic comedy starring David Jason as Del Boy and Nicholas Lyndhurst as Rodney.
Written by John Sullivan ; Director/Producer Ray Butt Repeat WEBSITE; www.comedyzone.beeb.com/ofah
The science series returns with the first of five new documentaries.
This programme tells the stories of children with severe combined immuno-deficiency, or SCID, a genetic disease that prevents babies from fighting infections. Two years ago, a revolutionary operation proved for the first time that this fatal disease could be cured.
See today's choices.
Producer Jan Klimkowski ; Series editor Michael Mosley
This month help is needed to find the men responsible for two violent robberies. Thefirsttook place in Leeds and resulted in the death of an elderly man, while a Liverpool superstore was the scene forthe second crime, in which a gunman held up a security guard. Presented by Nick Ross and Jill Dando.
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Crimewatch UK Update can be seen at 11.45pm.
Director Pieter Morpurgo
Editor Seetha Kumar
FOR DETAILS: see Ceefax page 621. or website: www.bbc.co.uk/crimewatch
Documentary following last February's attempt by yachtswoman Tracy Edwards and her all-female crew to beat the record for sailing non-stop around the world. Cameras specially fitted in their cramped catamaran record an intimate account of their voyage.
Producer James Hayes ; Executive producer Olivia Lichtenstein
Drama based on a true story, starring Charlton Heston, Richard Thomas , James Coburn
During a flight from Denver to Chicago, a passenger plane develops an engine fault, and Captain Al Haynes radios for emergency landing clearance.
Postponed from 9 September (1992, PG) **
See Films: pages 58-65
Followed by Weather
Captain Al Haynes:
Lt Col Dennis Nielsen:
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