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 Gwenan Edwards , Mike Embley and Gillian Joseph.
Editor Jane Mote Subtitled ................... 37
Followed by Weather Helen Young
The consumer health magazine, with Alice Beer and Dr Mark Porter.
St John's Wort has been hailed as a natural remedy against depression, so should it be used as an ingredient in snack foods? Plus the dangers lurking on the golf course, and ways to reduce salt intake. Series producer Sarah-Jane Cohen Editor Owen Gay
Continuing the twice-weekly portrait of London Zoo and Whipsnade Park. The invertebrate home is about to close down, its inhabitants rehoused in the new Web of Life.
Amanda Ferguson has the delicate job of cataloguing the beetles, while Rachel Jones has problems with the new home for the locusts. But who will have to collect the cockroaches? Next episode Wednesday at 7.30pm. Producer Jennie Cosgrove
Series producer Michael Houldey
Digital widescreen Subtitled 21
Rolf Harris catches up with more patients at the RSPCA hospital in Putney. He sees how a dog with a heart condition is now able to play football, and visits an abandoned horse in its new home. With Rhodri Williams and Shauna Lowry. Producer Imogen Moore
Executive producer Sarah Hargreaves
Digital widescreen Subtitled............................
Third of a six-part medical drama starring
The Price of Love. Called as a prosecution witness in the murder trial of Elaine MacKenzie , Katherine finds herself facing her father, who is acting for the defence. See today's choices.
Written by Matthew Hall ; Producers Margaret Enefer and Paddy Higson Director Richard Laxton
Digital widescreen * See Dr Mark Porter : page 39
John Doone QC:
The Springfarm Conspiracy In December 1988 the RUC foiled an IRA bomb plot to kill a group of soldiers on a bus.
They had suspects but no proof, and it was down to forensic scientists to provide links between the bomb and men of the East Tyrone Brigade. Executive producer Seetha Kumar Series producer Adelene Alani
John Inverdale presents more lively sporting chat, tonight looking at to the English football season with some of the Premiership's biggest names. Plus an interview with racing driver David Coulthard. See today's choices.
Producer Paul Davies ; Executive editor
Science-fiction thriller starring Elliott Gould
At a Berlin checkpoint, the Russians hand back top American physicist Dr Lucas Martino. But, following an alleged car crash, Martino's face has been completely reconstructed and the FBI must find out just who the Russians have returned.
Director Jack Gold (1974)
* See Films: pp 52-58 **
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