Faith and Jerry come face to face with the past. Last in the current run. The series returns in January.
Episode written by Graham Lester George
Dr Helen Thompson:
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and Kent, with Giles Dilnot and Beverley Thompson. Editor Rod Beards
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Followed by Weather with Rob McElwee.
Craig Doyle and his brother Keith seek adventure in northern Spain. Ade Adepitan goes on safari in Kenya, Jenni Falconer reports from the Turkish resort of Fethiye and Ginny Buckley heads to the North East's cultural capital, Newcastle.
Editor Jannine Waddell ; Series producer Gary Broadhurst www.bbc.co.uk/holiday
As thousands of British nurses leave the NHS for careers elsewhere Darren Jordon , Lynne Faulds Wood , David Bull and Navdip Dhariwal investigate the effects on patient care and new schemes to tackle the nursing shortage.
Series producer Mike Lewis ; Editor Dave Stanford NOTE: as 4x4 Reports is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change
Ian has a nasty surprise. The Mitchells turn to Joanne for help. Episode written by Lucy Blincoe For cast see Thursday/Friday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC Choice Soap & Flannel, plus Ian Beale - the Nightmare Man: page 52
Happy as.... Jenny returns from her honeymoon looking tired and unhappy. Jodie is threatened by a violent suspect.
Written by Joe Ainsworth ; Producer Kay Patrick ; Director Andy Hay
Tonight's dramatic rescues feature the man who needed all his courage to enter a burning house and the schoolboy trapped under a torrent of water. With Michael Buerk.
Series producer Jane Lomas : Executive producer Dick Cotthurst
Reviews include The Quiet American with Michael Caine , plus Jennifer Lopez 's latest movie venture Enough. Producer Hans Petch ; Series producer Tom Webber
Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 RT Film Guide offer: page 43
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