The vintage fantasy espionage series.
The Search. The team has to race against time when London is threatened with devastation by a criminal organisation. Richard Barrett WILLIAM GAUNT , Sharron MacReady ALEXANDRA BASTEDO , Craig Stirling STUART DAMON , Kruger Haller JOHN WOODVINE ,
Conrad Schultz REGINALD MARSH. Doctor Mueller JOSEPH FURST
Written by Dennis Spooner Repeat
Richard Barrett William
Sharron MacReady Alexandra
Craig Stirling Stuart
Kruger Haller John
Conrad Schultz Reginald
Doctor Mueller Joseph
The ComputerAffair. An interceptor, sent to investigate a UFO, is shot down. Commander Straker ED BISHOP ,
Colonel Freeman GEORGE SEWELL. Captain Carlin PETER GORDENO.
Gay Ellis GABRIELLE DRAKE
Written by Tony Barwick ; Producer Reg Hill Director Dave Lane First shown on ITV
Colonel Freeman George
Captain Carlin Peter
Gay Ellis Gabrielle
The first often showcase screenings of films from the children's camcorder show. Tonight's films are: Fishing by Ben Sarjeant , MeandMyGranda by Danny Dunbar and God's Not Boring by Jonathan Scaramanga.
Producer Christopher Morris : Executive producer
EricRowan Repeat Stereo...................
Tiff Needell evaluates the challenge to McLaren's two-year domination of GT racing. At Brands Hatch last month, Porsche took pole position with the Le Mans-winning911, while Needell co-drove the all-British Lister Storm, third on the grid. And Tony Mason reports on the Ulster Rally, while Bob Constanduros reviews the season in Formula Ford.
Series producer Ken Pollock ; Editor Dennis Adams
Top Gear is on Thursday at8.30pm on BBC2.
Concluding the documentary series about ground-breaking research carried out during the first 50 years of the NHS. The Good Doctor. Over a 30-year period, local GP Julian Tudor Hart has transformed health care in a Welsh mining village. In a mass experiment in preventive medicine, he has helped his patients live longer, healthierlives. This pioneering doctor also brought blood-pressure screening and treatment into the surgery and investigated links between bowel cancer and gut bacteria. Producer Deborah Perkin : Series producer
Mouse. Eric and Hattie find a mouse in the house. Starring Eric Sykes and Hattie Jacques , with Richard Wattis. Written by Eric Sykes ; Producer Roger Race
Repeat Subtitled .................................
Comedy series. Mandy gets a surprise visit from an old boyfriend.
Written by Andrew Davies and Bernadette Davis
Director John Stroud ; Producers Geoffrey Perkins and Sioned Wiliam Stereo
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Followed by Video Nation Shorts
US comedy, starring Jerry Seinfeld
The Glasses. When someone steals
George'sglasses, Kramer suggests an optician friend will offer a discount. Next episode on Wednesday at 11.40pm
Forcastsee Friday Stereo
Sardonic blue-collar comedy.
Pregnant Pause. Toherdelight, Nadine discovers she is pregnant.
Grace BRETTBUTLER. WadeCASEY SANDER,
Nadine JULIEWHITE. Russell DAVE THOMAS , Floyd TOM POSTON , Bailey PENNY JOHNSON. Quentin JON PAUL STEUER , Jean PEGGY REA , George HARRY MORGAN, Fred Mullen ROBERT KLEIN
Nextepisode on Wednesday at 12 midnight
12.30 What You Never Knew about Sex
Reptile Reproduction Repeat
1.00 Evolution Sexual Selection and Speciation Repeat 42156 1.30 Science Fires of Life Repeat
4.00 Italia 2000 La Salute 1 Repeat Stereo 774274.30 Find Out about BBC
FOCUS Repeat Stereo 73410088 4.45
Department of Health Special Changing Childbirth Repeat 28153156 5.00
Pathways to Care Repeat
5.30 RCN Nursing Update Unit67: Tuberculosis Repeat
6.00 Norfolk Broads Conservation v
6.25 Tropical Forest The Conundrum of Co-existence Repeat
6.50 Resources, Environment and Politics Repeat
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