With Anna Jones.
At 6.00 News; 6.10 Business news: 6.15 Sharewatch -share price movements;
6.27,6.57 Regional news; 6.30 Sport;
6.35 Consumer, workplace and personal finance issues: 6.55 Weather.
With John Nicolson and Julie Etchingham. At 7.00, 8.00 Main news, with summaries every half-hour; 7.27,7.57,8.27,8.57 Weather, Regional news, Travel; 7.32,
8.32 Sport; 7.40 Business.
Editor Andrew Thompson
An interview with the author of the Harry Potter books JK Rowling and a report on dangers facing tigers in the wild.
With Simon Thomas, Stuart Miles, Katy Hill and Konnie Huq.
Rptd tomorrow 7.55am BBC2
The consumer health magazine, presented by Alice Beer , with Dr Mark Porter. Tonight's edition reports on the so-called woman's disease osteoporosis, which men also suffer from. And with the flu season in full swing,
Angela Rippon investigates the reactions over-the-counter remedies can cause, including the effects on driving safety. Series producer Sarah-Jane Cohen Editor Owen Gay
Digital widescreen Subtitled .......... * See Dr Mark Porter : page 36
There's a shock in store for Nina, while Ruth sails close to the wind.
For casts see Tuesday Website [address removed]
BBC video and book: The Mitchells: Naked Truths video, price Â£13.99; Blood Ties: the Life and Loves of Grant Mitchell by Kate Lock, available in paperback, price Â£4.99 Soap and flannel: page 10
Continuing the comedy about father-son relationships. Starring George Cole , Kevin McNally Julia Hills , Toby Ross Bryant Dad's Arsenal. Everything seems to be going well for Alan until Brian reveals the antique he picked up near Salisbury.
Thugs.... LEE NETTLEINGHAM, GILES WARD
Written by Andrew Marshall
Directors Juliet May and Nick Wood Producer Marcus Mortimer
Digital widescreen Subtitled .........
The first of a ten-part series follows a group of would-be animal defenders. Drawn from more than 2,000 applicants, they are embarking on the gruelling six-month trainingcourse to be an inspectorforthe RSPCA. See today's choices.
Senes producer Ian Stuttard
Executive producer Olivia Lichtenstein
The First Human Clone
Two years afterthefirstcloned sheep, scientists in Britain, America and the Far East are racingto be the firstto clone human baby, with scientists in Korea having already reproduced a few human cells. While many feel that genetically replicating people is unethical, others argue that such techniques could save lives. Panorama talks to people on both sides of the debate.
Producer Eamon Hardy
Editor Peter Horrocks Subtitled...
NOTE: as Panorama is topical and likely to react to events in the news, its subject mattermaychange
The start of a three-part series that goes behind the scenes with people in the public eye at key moments in their lives. The first programme accompanies actress Helen Mirren to South
Africa to witness the effects on women and children of living in a violent society. Through the charity Oxfam she meets those who bearthe scars.
Producer David Warren
Editor Dave Stanford
Called to identify the body of her murdered sister Ann,
Nancy Parkhurst is staggered when a stranger turns up claimingthe dead woman is in fact his wife Liz.
Director Eric Till (1994.15)
* See Films: pages 50-56 **
Comedywestern starring Robert Mitchum
Trouble is brewing in the frontier town of Progress, but nobody listens to Marshal Flagg until his old adversary arrives in town.
Director Burt Kennedy (1969)
* See Rims: pages 50-56 **
Followed by Weather
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