The penultimate part of the off-the-wall comic drama. Emily sees Jane and Colin kissing, and Roger's big sister comes to stay.
Written by Grant Cathro and Alex Bariette (R) (S)
Want to be a star? Hundreds of pounds will buy intensive training to be a television presenter, but does it work? Can wap phones and the web help to hunt out high street bargains? Vanessa Feltz presents the consumer guide.
Series producer Karen Benveniste : Editor Owen Gay (S) (W)
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A toothless yorkshire terrier savages Steve Leonard , while brother Tom has his hands full with thousands of pigs, a horse and a donkey. Meanwhile, Hollythe rottweiler's owner raises a dilemma for youngest brother Keith. Narrator Christopher Timothy. The final part is tomorrow at 8pm.
Director TrevorHill; Series producer Amanda Reilly (S) (W)
The DIY disaster rescue show faces its biggest challenge. A theatre group in South Wales has been given a derelict building to turn into a rehearsal space. But with no water or electricity, only a miracle can save them. Meanwhile, in Manchester, bumbling dads have turned a scout hut into a tip. Lowri Turner and Nick Knowles head two teams, who have to perform the massive makeovers in just four days. Directors Rupert Miles and Chris Richards : Series producer Mark Bristow
Shauna Lowry presents the true-life tale of childhood sweethearts Cynthia and Tom, reunited after 40 years. Plus the all-important midweek draw.
Studio director Claire Popplewell ; Executive producer Donna Taberer
A blazing trawler traps five men in the Orkneys, and a man is impaled on metal rods in a building site accident.
Michael Buerk presents these and more true-life stories of bravery and heroism. Plus, stuntman Marc Cass demonstrates the dangers of drinking and driving. Series producer Stephen Rankin ; Executive producer Dick Colthurst
Blockbuster action drama starring Tom Cruise , Kelly McGillis and Val Kilmer. Pete "Maverick" Mitchell is a rebellious pilot who is accepted into the US Navy's air combat training programme at an exclusive school known as "Top Gun". There he finds romance with one of his instructors as he battles to be the best. Widescreen.
Director Tony Scott (1986, 15) (S) (W) Films: pp 60-64 ***
Followed by Weatherview
Comedy drama starring Eric Stoltz. At the tender age of 15, Lester Grimm is dumped by his first girlfriend for an older man. From that day onwards, he becomes overly possessive and jealous of all his dates. Widescreen.
Director Noah Baumbach (1997) (S) (W) Films: pp 60-64 ***
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