The second of the six-part series of the comedy about a girl and her magic coin. Harmony is freed when the foam-covered chemistry teacher discovers her plight.
Harmony VICTORIA SHALET, Mrs Parker PAULA WILCOX, MrParkerSTEPHEN MOORE , Melody
HEATHER-JAY JONES, Uncle Ginger DONALD SUMPTER. Grandma LIZ SMITH , Mr Swingit Mr Swingit ANTON RODGERS Written by Steve Attridge
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The return of the travel ideas series. In this week's programme, Jill Dando goes on safari in Zimbabwe, David Gower and Rory McGrath drive along the Californian coast, Kevin Woodford is in the Italian beach resort of Rimini, and Craig Doyle and Kate Humble try budget holidays in France and Scotland respectively. See today's choices.
Editor Fenia Vardanis; Series producer
Sarah Targett * Everybody's talking about.... Jill Dando : page 15
Speculation about Huw's lovelife increases, a string of events enrage Mark, and Roy receives a lucrative visit from an old friend.
This week's episodes written by Tony Basgallop ; Producer Lis Steele
Director Tim Leandro WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/eastenders
This week the Birmingham Trading Standards officers checkthe honesty of local garage mechanics by deliberately introducing faults in a series of cars before sending them out for what they hope will be a thorough servicing. Plus in another operation, a schoolgirl wearinga secret camera is sent into a shop suspected of selling deadly lighterfuel gas to children. Series producer James Hayes ; Executive producer Jeremy Mills Subtitled ....
First of a six-part documentary-drama series reconstructing real-life tales of individuals in peril. This week the story of a young climber who cheated death twice in one afternoon while attempting to climb unexplored sheer cliffs on the island of Lundy. After surviving an 80 ft fall onto jagged rocks, he then found himself close to drowning when the helicopter rescuing him was forced into the sea.
Betsy and the Bongo
Tonight's programme in the science series looks at
Betsy Dresser, the world's leading animal in vitro fertilisation specialist, and her mission to save the bongo, a small Kenyan deer in danger of extinction. Seetoday'schoices. Producer Judith Bunting ; Series editor
Murder without Motive
The story of a successful real-life police investigation featured in Crimewatch UK. In February 1995, 66-year-old farmer's wife Margaret Wilson was walking near her home in East Yorkshire when she was struck down and murdered. In spite of the efforts of detectives, the crime remained unsolved until a metallurgist responding to a Crimewatch UK appeal offered to analyse the murderweapon. Executive producer Seetha Kumar
Director Susie Scott
FOR DETAILS: see Ceefax page 621. or website: www.bbc.co.uk/crimewatch
Fire. Although the Great Fire of London in 1666 revealed the necessity of extensive water mains, city fires continued to spell death throughout the early 20th century until the development of sprinkler systems and high velocity water unit cannons. Series producer David Dugan
The tension between a divorced writer and his two children is heightened when they are trapped in his remote Alaskan cabin under an avalanche.
Director Paul Shapiro (1994)
+ See Films: pages 66-74 *
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