Seventh of the 14-part comedy series about a girl and her special elixir. The Jitters fight with the Jekylls, and teachers' tempers are frayed at the Academy.
Cast and part eight on Thursday at 4.20pm (Repeat) (Subtitled)
Written by Paul Brophy.
Third of a ten-part drama.
Gill and Fitz have a messy break-up. (Subtitled)
Aseries following a group of 12- to 16-year-olds as they spend a week with French families. Sunday is spent with the French families and Monday sees an outing to
Paris, including a visit to the Eiffel Tower. Repeated tomorrow at 7.55am on BBC2
Followed by Rewind 1932: Standard
English Braille. Karina Gregory tells the story of 11-year-old Emily Hicks , one of the many blind people to benefit from the new common Braille code in 1932. Repeated tomorrow morning on BBC2
An extended version of the trips shown last year on the travel series Holiday, in which David Gower and Rory McGrath drove up the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia, in a campervan, and Martin Clunes visited a dude ranch in Montana in the United States.
Martin Clunes also appears in Holiday Behaving Badly tomorrow at 7pm. (Subtitled)
There are family feuds to be sorted out when Gianni puts Rosa in a difficult position. This week's episodes written by Mark Clompus and Al Hunter Ashton.
For cast see Monday (Subtitled)
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
The first of five episodes from the third series of the Heathrow-based docusoap.
Aer Lingus supervisor Siobhan Feeney has lost luggage and fraud problems to contend with, while animal health officer Stuart King tries capturing two birds. (Repeat) (Subtitled)
The first of a new ten-part series about life at Birmingham children's hospital.
The hospital has moved across the city to a Victorian building transformed into a state-of-the-art paediatric centre.
However, the following day four-year-old Jack [surname removed] has to have his leg x-rayed in the main radiology unit as the x-ray machine is not yet working.
Cheerful Becky [surname removed], who has brittle-bone disease, is in for a tricky operation to straighten her arm. See today's choices.
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)
See Dr Mark Porter: page 40
Choices Children's Hospital 8.30pm BBC1
While this series mainly features stories of triumph over tragedy, it's almost impossible not to get a bit weepy watching it. This first programme is certainly no exception.
Eleven-week-old Nicole who was born with a cleft lip and palette. Although the plastic surgeon performs this operation on about 35 babies a year, it is a delicate procedure because the tissues are so fine. If the parents' understandable relief at the success of the operation doesn't get you reaching for a hanky, the sight of 15-year-old Russell's parents kissing him "goodbye" as he goes into the operating theatre to have a faulty heart valve replaced, probably will.
On a more upbeat note, we say goodbye to Adele who, after six months in hospital, can finally go home.
Fly-on-the-wall documentary series following the environmental health officers of London's Haringey council.
On a hot day in London's Muswell Hill, Alison Morland and Simon Fisher have to brave the flies in a flat in which a man's dead body has been decomposing for three weeks. Alison has the unenviable task of checking the dead man's belongings to check if he had sufficient funds to pay for his funeral. Within hours, the clean-up squad will make the flat habitable again. (Subtitled)
First of a new ten-part series reconstructing dramatic rescues.
Tonight's programme includes the story of two brave lorry drivers who attempted to rescue a young woman trapped in a burning car and that of a courageous farmer who cut off his own hand with a pen-knife to avoid being crushed to death in baling machinery.
The programme also follows an RAF search and rescue crew. (Subtitled)
In 1996, daredevil stunt rider Eddie Kidd crashed over a 20 foot-high embankment after a routine jump and suffered serious brain damage. He was paralysed and had lost the power of speech until he was moved to a nursing home 15 months ago. Now he is fighting to make the biggest jump of his life-from wheelchair to walking again.
Postponed from 8 April (Subtitled)
Comedy drama starring Barbara Harris, Joseph Bologna.
Basketball coach Pete Morrison has problems: his team keep losing, a bout of mumps has made him sterile and his wife, Kathy, wants a fourth child. (1974) (Subtitled)
See Films: pages 56-62
Followed by Weather
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