A programme in which the law itself, its workings and its failings, are put on trial. Today the jury has to decide whether or not it is too difficult to convict a suspected rapist.
Presented by Will Hanrahan.
Today Ross King and Anna Walker visit York, famous for the towers of its Minster.
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Regional News; Weather
With Toby Anstis.
The Patch Stop.
Live daily magazine programme with Anne Diamond and Nick Owen.
11.00 News (Subtitled): Weather
11.20 Library of Romance
11.35 Interiors Phone-In with Lesley Taylor
11.50 Home Cooking
12.00 News (Subtmed): Weather
With Alan Titchmarsh.
... returns with a review of the morning's events.
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12.55pm Regional News: Weather
With Edward Stourton.
Weather Michael Fish
Embassy World Championship from the Crucible Theatre,
Sheffield. Live action from the opening semi-final should see
Jimmy White facing
John Parrott. Also, Snooker Break looks back at issues and stories of this year's championship so far, and there's a last chance to enter the phone-in quiz Shot of the Championship on 0[number removed](calls cost 36p per minute cheap rate, 48p at all other times).
Introduced by David Vine and Dougie Donnelly.
With Andi Peters and Edd.
More hilarious capers with the Chuckle Brothers. After a quick game of badminton, Paul and Barry grapple with wrestling.
Master Money the Millionaire (part 2). Mr Creep has a plan to get Mickey's money. But his plans are rarely foolproof.
The series of magic, music, tricks and tips. With
Paul Zenon , Sally Gray and robots
Adam, Eve and Arbie. Magician Xar is today's guest star, and Russ Stevens will be performing another illusion.
News for children with Juliet Morris and Krishnan Guru-Murthy .
With John Leslie, Diane-Louise Jordan and Anthea Turner.
Christina makes a shocking discovery about Paul.
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
The best of today's music and pre-chart exclusives.
Introduced by Mark Franklin. Director Babara Jones Producer Stanley Appel
Michelle turns the tables on Jack for the last time. Grant gets an unexpected visitor and Sharon has to face the consequences of deceiving Phil.
This week's episodes written by Susan Boyd
Off-beat comedy written by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey about a mysterious manservant, starring Karl Howman
Miss Farnaby has decided to join the village art class. But who will she find to model for the group?
Director Clive Grainger Producer John B Hobbs
Roy Clarke 's comedy series starring Patricia Routledge Hyacinth and Richard take a weekend break at a golfing hotel.
Director/Producer Harold Snoad
By the Green Party.
With Michael Buerk.
Weather John Kettley
Second part in this new fly-on-the-wall documentary series which looks at the lives af an ordinary Australian family. Filmed in a well-off suburb of Sydney, it's the real-life
Neighbours. It is Christmas and the spirit of goodwill is lacking - Noeline and elder son Paul are again in dispute.
Dionne impatiently awaits the baby. Michael is playing rugby in Europe. Will those around the pool with the turkey feast miss his diplomatic skills and will the family survive into a Happy New Year?
Directors Brian Hill and Kate Woods Executive producer Paul Watson
Comedian Ruby Wax's "chat show with attitude". This week she lapses back to childhood and Shelley Winters tries to revive her, Danny DeVito loses his breakfast and Patricia Hodge is caught with a goat in Ruby's video diary. Ruby's husband, Ed, makes an appearance in her video as she captures him eating breakfast in bed.
Producer Clive Tulloh
Series producer Ed Bye
Emma Nicholson , MP,
Liz Symons , general secretary of the Association of First
Division Civil Servants,
Pam Charlwood , regional manager of South West
Regional Health Authority, and Glenys Kinnockjoin Peter Sissons in Bristol to answer topical questions from a representative audience. Producer Prue Keely
Editor Alexandra Henderson
A Brian Lapping production for BBCtv
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American crime series
The Serpent's Tooth. A wealthy businessman and his wife are brutally gunned down in their home and suspicion falls on their two sons as it becomes clear that they hated their father and stand to inherit millions by his death. An open-and-shut case for Ben Stone - or is it?