Live coverage on the openingday of the conference in Blackpool. Debates will include one on the economy, with a keynote speech by shadow Chancellor Gordon Brown. Presented by Jon Sopel , with Diana Madill.
Editor Alexandra Henderson lncludingat3.00News Regional News and Weather
Seventies science fiction series.
Survival. A UFO crashes on the moon.
Commander Straker ED BISHOP. Colonel Freeman GEORGE SEWELL , Captain Carlin PETER GORDENO.
Written by Tony Barwick Director Alan Perry
First shown on ITV
Captain Carlin Peter
A roundup of the day's events from the Labour Party conference at Blackpool and a live phone-in. With Andrew Neil.
Editor Alexandra Henderson
Phone: [number removed] (calls charged at local rates) Fax (0171)[number removed]; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org * Andrew Neil 's Kind of Day: page
In the first of a new series of the motor racing magazine, Tiff Needell looks back on the touring car season and at the impact made by Audi. Mark James reports on defending world rally champion Colin McRae 's efforts to stand up to pressure from series leader Tommi Makinen in Argentina. And Steve Berry is in Belgium for the last round of the world motorcycle trials championship.
Top Gear is on Thursday at 8.30pm on BBC2.
1947 - Freedom Now. Looking back on how Europe's colonial empires struggled for independence, witnesses tell of the inspiration of Gandhi in India in 1947 and the expectations of Ghana which, in 1957, gained independence. Producer Jennifer Clayton ; Executive producer
Peter Pagnamenta Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
Continuing the documentary series about ground-breaking research carried out during the first 50 years of the NHS.
In 1947, arthritis was destroying the lives of thousands of affected children. Then Dr Barbara Ansell came to the rescue. The tough yet caring approach to paediatric medicine pioneered by Dr Ansell and her team at Taplow Hospital in Berkshire helped mobilise children crippled by the disease, using techniques including physiotherapy, hydrotherapy and surgery.
Producer Robin Brightwell ; Series producer Tessa Livingstone
Dr Mark Porter on heart disease: p 44
Comedy series about three young flat-sharing adults. Mandy tries to maintain her celibate image.
Written by Andrew Davies and Bernadette Davis
Director John Stroud ; Producers Geoffrey Perkins and SionedWiliam Stereo Subtitled ..............
♦Spotlight on Samantha Janus : page 9
Satirical comedy starring Garry Shandling
Doubt of the Benefit. Larry decides to stop appearing at charity benefits unless they're for a cause in which he truly believes. With guests including film director Rob Reiner , actors Richard Belzer and Pauly Shore.
Next episode on Wednesday at 11.15pm
For cast see Friday Stereo
Sardonic blue-collar comedy.
Love Thy Neighbour. Grace invites her new African-American neighbours over. But she is mortified when Thad is mistaken for a burgler by Jean and for a plumber by Jimmy - because of his colour.
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2.00 Geography Landmarks; Primary Focus
4.00 Italia 2000 La Salute
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Department of Health Special Changing Childbirth Repeat 28317352 5.00
Pathways to Care Repeat
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6.00 Elements Organised -the Periodic Table Repeat 7798420 6.25 Natural
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