Yesterday's Premiership games. Shown yesterday at 10.30pm
Bradford star Benito Carbone takes to the kitchen to cook up an Italian meal. WEBSITE: www.bbo.co.uk/footballfever
David Frost talks to those in the news and reviews the papers with his guests. Including at
9.00 News, with weatherTater.
Editor Barney Jones (S) (W)
Alice Beer talks to boxing promoter Frank Warren , while
Matt Alwright visits an American guru. Presented by Juliet Morris and Ross Kelly.
Producer Abigail Saxon ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin (W) COMMENTS: [number removed] (maximum cost 8p) ore-mail email@example.com
Truth and Consequences
Daphne tries to come to terms with the scales of justice.
Written by Richard Ommanney (R) (S)
Michaela Strachan visits the Isles of Scilly and John Craven investigates fox hunting in Ireland. Plus weather for the week ahead. (S) E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
John Humphrys presents topical interviews and political reports. Including at 12.00 News.
Editor David Jordan (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/otr
Romantic comedy. A mermaid saves the young Allen Bauer from drowning and, years later, leaves the sea to seek him out.
Director Ron Howard (1984, PG)
(S) Films: pp 74-77
Death Takes a Policy. Nick suggests that Ben and Susan take out a life insurance policy.
Shown last Tuesday (S) (W)
Terry Wogan returns with a new series of the viewers' feedback show.
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An Evening with Sir Harry Secombe Pam Rhodes presents a gala evening from Guildford's Yvonne Arnaud theatre in the company of Sir Harry. Music is provided by the London Welsh Male Voice
Choir. With hymns Guide Me 0 Thou GreatJehovah, God Be in My Head, There Is a Green Hill Far Away and The Day Thou
Givest. (S) (W)
Continuing the new comedy series about two brothers.
Art and Soul. Hector and Frank endeavour to help Kate's career as an artist by buying one of her paintings.
Written by Bernard McKenna
Director Ron Bain : Producer Ian Burgoyne (S) (W)
Michael Aspel presents the second of two programmes from Glamis Castle. Aspel recounts the story of the Queen Mother's early life and talks to her close friend the Dowager Countess of Strathmore. Meanwhile the team of experts cast their eyes over a pair of Chinese Imperial bowls, ivory figures, a necklace with stones over 2,000 years old and a vast collection of handbag mirrors.
Producer Peter Smith : Executive producer Christopher Lewis (S) (W)
The second of a nine-part series of the travel programme, in which presenter Craig Doyle and a host of celebrity guests offer advice on a number of holiday options from around the world.
Series producer Anne Tyler ; Editor Jannine Waddell (S) (W)
Black Bear Rescue. In a one-off special actress Amanda Burton visits the Black Bear Rehabilitation Centre in Garden
City, Idaho, USA. Sally Maughan, who runs the centre, has dedicated her life to saving orphaned bear cubs from the wild. The film follows the progress of the bears as they are nurtured until they can be returned to the wild. See Choice. Director/Producer Michael Massey (S) (W) Bear hugs and kisses: page 20
Continuing the series, presented by Professor Robert Winston , which reveals some of the amazing tricks the human body has developed to stay healthy.
Self Repair. Tonight Professor Winston looks at how the i human body regenerates tissue and how doctors are exploring the ways this process can be used to help cure angina and even to mend broken spinal cords.
Director Judith Bunting ; Series producer David Hickman (S) (W) BBC PRODUCTS: book, Superhuman, price £18.99; video of the six episodes, available from 30 October, price £19.99, available from retailers
With George Alagiah.
Weather With Helen Young. (S) (W)
Young Robbers. Shelley Jofre investigates the increased incidents of juvenile robbery and reveals West Midlands police's tactics in dealing with the problem. See Choice. Producer Sam Bagnall : Deputy editor Karen O'Connor
Repeated Wednesday at 1.35am with sign language and in-vision subtitles
NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change
When getaway driver Len Green is released from prison, he vows to go straight, but his friends and family are not pleased by his decision.
Shown last Tuesday: continues on Tuesday at 9.10pm (S) (W)
King Death. This week Simon Schama uncovers the social legacy of the Black Death.
Shown last Wednesday on BBC2 (S) (W)
Followed by Weatherview (W)
Drama based on a true story, starring Leonard Nimoy and Blythe Danner. California 1980: Mel Mermelstein does his utmost to tell the truth about Nazi treatment of the Jews, but his effort is challenged by a violent band of "revisionists".
Director Joseph Sargent (1991) (S)
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