Concluding the comedy series about a girl who can perform spells with her magic coin.
When Jeremy is sent to prison, Harmony enlists Gregory's help in tracking down the real culprit.
A new series starts next week.
Brookside's Steven Pinder and Karen Drury challenge chefs
Brian Turner and LesleyWaters to produce two meals using a maximum of £5 worth of groceries. Presented by Fern Britton. Director Chris Fox ; Series producer
MaryRamsay Programme recipes on Ceefax page
Phil makes an unpleasant discovery about Billy, while Ian confronts the ghosts of the past.
This week's episodes written by Jo O'Keefe and Rob Gittins ; Executive producer
Matthew Robinson : Director Robert Gabriel
Jill Dando visits Cannes, the glamour capital of France's Cote d'Azur. Phil Vickery tours the island of Zanzibar off the coast of east Africa. Mary Nightingale cruises the south coast of Majorca aboard a 45ft yacht.
Sankha Guha samples life as a Scottish laird at Blairquhan Castle in Ayrshire, and Kate Humble stays at a converted prison in Stockholm. Series producer Sarah Targett
Editor Fenia Vardanis
The first of eight programmes looking at mysteries from around the world.
Tonight a man who escaped death from fallingduringa mountain rescue operation, a Spanish surgeon who operates on patients without using any anaesthetic, and an explosion in the sky overthe island of Lewis and Harris in the Outer
Hebrides which has aroused local suspicion.
Series producers Charles Bunce andClarePizey Subtitled ............ ♦ See John Peel : page 9
Call of the Deep
Free diving is a form of competitive swimming that involves staying deep underwater for long periods onjust one breath. Although free divers train themselves to overridethe desire to surface, it is possible that their stamina may be due to "dive reflex", the same instinct that enables babies to breath underwater automatically. Tonight's programme follows the British free diving team as they are tested to verify this theory. Producer Peter Georgi ; Series editor
This month a search for the possible connection between the murder of Lynda Bryant in Cornwall last October, and that of teenager Kate Bushell , who was murdered in the same area a year before. Help is also needed to find the man who assaulted two children in llford, east London, and another man believed to be responsible for at least seven rapes in Northampton between 1984 and 1990. Presented by Nick Ross and Jill Dando. tfyou have any information, call free on [number removed]. An update is at 11.40pm. Director Pieter Morpurgo
Editor Seetha Kumar Subtitled.. FOR DETAILS: see Ceefax page 621. or website: www.bb.co.uk/crimewatch
The first in a two-part documentary examining the effect the First World War has had upon Britain in the years since the Armistice. Tonight's programme looks back at the pre-war social and political order.
(Part two is tomorrow at 10.45pm)
See today's choices.
See This Week: page 6
Drama continuing the Troubled Teens season of films. In fifties America, two teenagers are brought together bytheir love of rock 'n' roll. But their lives are disrupted when locals try to ban their music.
Director Allan Arkush (1994)
Subtitled. Footloose istomorrow at 11.35pm
♦ See Films: pages 65-76 ***
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