Yesterday's proceedings in-Parliament.
Presented by Peter Mayne.
Lionel and Carmen are an acting team in search of work. When the quick-witted Lionel promotes Carmen as both the Brazilian Bombshell and Mademoiselle Fifi , hilarious complications ensue.
Producer Sam Coslow
Director Alfred C Green
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Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship. Day 7: round 2.
Half of the 32 players who set out six days ago have gone, and it's at this stage they raise the bar. Blocking the way to a place in the quarter-finals are 25 frames of snooker spread over three sessions. Losers walk away with £9,000; winners are guaranteed of doubling that. Presented by David Icke from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
Commentators: Ted Lowe
Jack Kamehm , Clive Everton and Ray Edmonds.
An invitation to a solo lunchtime concert. Devised and written by Geoffrey Bourne-Taylor and John Murphy Edwards Music John Kelhan
Producer/Director Trevor Bond (R)
With Don Spencer. Busy busy busy
It's astonishing no less You couldn't guess how many creatures
Live at this address.
Musical director Jonathan Cohen Percussion Will Hill
Assistant producer Sheila Fraser Production Barbara Roddam (R)
Snooker Championship. Day 7: Round 2
David Icke brings further coverage of the morning's play in Sheffield where Steve Davis should be continuing his bid for yet another title.
2.00pm News and Weather
Followed by Westminster Live
Presented by Vivian White. Commentator: Brian Curtois.
Producer James Leaton Gray Editor John Anderson
Snooker Championship. Day 7: Round 2.
Further coverage of the Second Round, with the table torture more likely than not to include No 2 seed John Parrott , while
Willie Thome and Dennis Taylor may be at the start of one of the most intriguing matches of the tournament so far.
From the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
While working in Munich for the US Information
Service, Helen falls in love with the formidable conductor Tonio Fischer.
But when she discovers that he is married, she leaves him. They are fated to meet again, and she is faced with a moral choice
Producer Ross Hunter
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Dr Morley Dwyer:
After ten gruelling years of being pinned against the ropes by Mrs Thatcher , the unions looked down and out. But in the new climate of the 90s are they making a surprise comeback?
9 115 5 investigates the trend and asks what it means for Britain.
Reporters: Susan Rae , Geoff Small and John Withington.
Producer/Director Harvey Woolfe Series producer Andrew Forrester A Diverse production for BBCtv
A comedy series by Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn. Starring
Jim Hacker sees an opportunity for political advantage when he discovers a new hospital has been closed due to government cuts.
Sir Humphrey, however, does not want this particular boat rocked at the moment.
Designer Tony Burrough
Producer Peter Whitmore (R)
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Jim Hacker, MP:
Sir Ian Whitworth:
On Sunday 22 April millions of people around the world will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of Earth Day, which was created in America to mobilise action on the environment. Nature looks at what has happened to the world in the past two decades, concentrating on the growth of one species - people.
Presenter: Michael Buerk. Series producer
Geraldine McClelland Editor Jeremy Bugler BBC Bristol
Cuddly comic loveliness from Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders meets plank-spanking brilliance from Mark Knopfler , Dave Gilmour , Lemmy from
Motorhead, Mark King and Gary Moore.
Producer Jon Plowman Director Bob Spiers
Killer Bimbos on Fleet Street!
Blonde Eve Pollard edits the Sunday Mirror and petite Patsy Chapman edits the News of the World.
Once confined to agony columns and horoscopes the street girls now dish the dirt with the boys in the circulation war among the tabloids.
These are good times for the girls - and dangerous ones. No longer is it safe to publish just because you know 'that a bonk has happened', says kiss 'n' tell queen freelance reporter Trudi Pacter. But sex still sells. And so, apparently, does knitting.
Producer Sheila Hayman Editor Caroline Pick
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Robbie Coltrane stars in Borderline Theatre
Company's hilarious production of Dario Fo 's Mistero Buffo , a comic history of religion seen through the eyes of the scurrilous Scottish comedian. This week's mystery, The Marriage Feast at Cana, is based loosely on the famous miracle in which water was turned into wine. The event is recounted by an angel who marvels at the work of the Lord, and a wide-boy from Glasgow, who vouches for the quality of the wine. Executive producer John Archer Director Don Coutts
A Big Star in a Wee Picture production for BBCtv
With Donald MacCormick.
Professional Championship from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
Form would dictate that
Steve Davis and Steve James will be contesting the first quarter-final place to be had this evening. Table two sees the mid-session play in the best-of-25-frames tussles.
Introduced by David Vine.