Teenage drama. Fitzy is heartbroken as Gill and Jason announce thatthey are going away together. Lisa
HANNAH NICOL , Nina CARMEN PIERACCINI , Fitzy JOHN WARK. Sean JAMES WEIR , Gill JUDITH WILLIAMS, NickJAMES YOUNG, MrBullivant PAULBROPHY, DetSgtDoherty MARK COX
Written by Des Dillon Subtitled ..........
In the last of the series, the French students enjoy an action-packed stay in King's Lynn and get the chance to meet Prince Charles when he visits Norfolk.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.50am on BBC2
Followed by Rewind 1936: the New Television Age. Rikki Stone recounts a ten-year-old's reaction to the BBC's launch of the world's first high-definition television service.
Repeated tomorrow morning on BBC2
Continuing the twice-weekly series about the lives of staff and visitors at a hotel on the island of Barbados.
Tonight London couple Sarah and Steve are joined by 28 friends for their wedding, while Seamus and his partner Michael, from Blackpool, splash out on diamond rings. Narrated by Carol Smillie. The series continues tomorrow at 7pm.
Executive producer Jannine Waddell Series producer Angela Wallis
Dot tries to help Lilly cope with her fears, and Ian comforts
Melanie following her ordeal.
Teresa di Marco:
Rosa di Marco:
Gianni di Marco:
The third series of the Heathrow-based docusoap.
Animal health officer Stuart King has a close encounter with an angry rottweiler. Meanwhile resident pressmen Steve Meller and Russell Clisby are among those awaiting Tony Blair atthe opening of Heath row's rail link. Narrated by John Nettles.
Producer David Biddle ; Series producer
EdwinaVardey Repeat Subtitled....
Continuing the series about life at Birmingham children's hospital. Becky [text removed], a 12-year-old who suffers from a rare disease which makes her bones brittle, finally sees the results of an operation to straighten her arm when the plaster is removed. Meanwhile the parents of 15-year-old Russell [text removed] , who left hospital last week after major open-heart surgery, are concerned that all is not well with his new heart valve.
Producer Sarah Jeans; Series editor
Fly-on-the-wall documentary following the environmental health officers of London's
Mr Trebus is determined to stop the council clearing his rat-infested garden. When the scaffolders arrive to start the clean-up the 81-year-old takes the law - and the scaffolding - into his own hands. It's post-mortem day at the public mortuary where technicians Paul and John have to cope with some of London's grisly corpses. Narrated by John Peel.
(Postponed from 4 May)
The series that reconstructs dramatic rescues.
Tonight's programme includes the stories of a musician on board a cruise ship who helped save the lives of 300 people, and an 11-year-old boy who was trapped at the bottom of a swimming pool. Plus how a Royal Air Force pilot earned a bravery award for his part in an air-sea rescue off the Isles of Scilly. With Michael Buerk. Series producer Stephen Rankin
Digital widescreen Subtitled ....
Comedy starring Jackie Gleason, Jerry Reed
The Bandit is hired by the Enos brothers to transport an imitation shark to their new restaurant. Meanwhile, Sheriff Buford T Justice makes a bet with the brothers that he can finally catch him.
Director Dick Lowry (1983,18)
Digital widescreen Subtitled ... * See Films: pages 50-56 *
Followed by Weather
Buford T Justice:
The Real Bandit:
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