With John Nicolson and Sophie Raworth. 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
A roundup of regional news, weather and sport, presented by Mike Embley ,
Gwenan Edwards and Charley Figgis.
Editor Jane Mote Subtitled .................
Followed by Weather Helen Young
Nine out often asthma attacks are triggered by allergic reactions. Angela Rippon reports on a new vaccine that may soon give sufferers protection, and sees how it has allowed one woman to finally live with cats. Plus a look at how hip replacements can help improve sporting performance, and the latest in dentistry: a white filling as strong as natural teeth that will last a lifetime. Presented by Alice Beer with Dr Mark Porter.
Series producer Sarah-Jane Cohen Editor Owen Gay
Digital widescreen Subtitled ........... * See Dr Mark Porter : page 31
Continuing the twice-weekly portrait of London Zoo and Whipsnade Park. The keepers have a hard day ahead of them, with 16 agile langur monkeys to catch, and hope to mate a male gorilla being brought down from Kent with two female gorillas in London. Meanwhile keeper
Rachel Jones finds a cockroach for a jewel wasp to lay its eggs on, and vet Sue Thornton tackles the buckteeth that are giving a puffer fish eating problems. The next episode is on Wednesday at 7.30pm. Producer Jennie Cosgrove
Series producer Michael Houldey
Digital widescreen Subtitled .............
Dot is mortified when a proud moment leads to a very public brush with the law. A tough day for Rosa isn't made any easier by her sons' thoughtlessness. Barry's behaviour gives Natalie cause for concern - is their relationship already on the rocks? For cast see Tuesday 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. Â£4.99 Soap and Flannel: p12; Lindsey Coulson's Kind of Day: page 122
Second of four updates on patients who have visited an RSPCA hospital in London. Rolf Harris catches up with Hutch, the dog who has been receiving chemotherapy since having his spleen removed by vet Gabriel Haggard , and sees what has happened to a litter of puppies that were born last Christmas. Producer Fiona Holmes
Executive producer Sarah Hargreaves
Digital widescreen Subtitled ............
Second of asix-part medical drama series based at Glasgow's
Caledonian hospital, starring
AislingO'Sullivan Richard Wilson
Trust. Katherine is determined that an 11-year-old leukaemia patient should have a say in his treatment, bringing her into conflict with new consultant Dr
Tom Scott - and the boy's parents. See today's choices.
Written by Ashley Pharoah
Producers Margaret Enefer and Paddy Higson : Director Richard Laxton
Digital widescreen * Polly Toynbee : page 10
The Acid House. On the trai of a drugs ring in rural Herefordshire, police had to scavenge among bin bags to gather clues. But forensic scientists turned the rubbish into enough evidence to convict five unlikely criminals who were manufacturing hundreds of thousands of LSD tabs in a remote cottage. Director Alex Marengo
Series producer Adelene Alani
Action thriller starring
An evening of passion in Japan becomes a nightmare of violent retribution for American businessman Paul Racine when he is targeted by gangsters.
Director JF Lawton (1995)
Postponed from 15 July ........... # See Films: pp 42-48 **
Followed by Weather
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