(For details see Monday)
With Nicholas Witchell and Beatrice Hollyer.
Topical discussion with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
Current affairs quiz. Stereo
Regional News; Weather
With Zoe Ball and your birthday greetings. (Stereo)
Playdays: The Patch Stop
Anne Diamond and Nick Owen with the topical family magazine show, featuring: 10.40 Good Morning
10.45 Room for Improvement
10.50 Consumer Road Test
11.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News and Weather
11.05 TV Review
11.10 Medical Phone-in
11.20 Star Guest of the Day
11.30 Video Horoscope
11.40 Touch of Love
12.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News and Weather
Featuring the music of Mary Chapin Carpenter. With Alan Titchmarsh.
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo Subtitled
Quarter-final coverage of the Grand Prix from the Hexagon, Reading. Introduced by David Vine.
With Toby Anstis.
More fun and action in the gunge game show with Dave Benson Phillips.
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Dorothy lets the cat out of the bag.
Written by Jim Eldndge
News for children.
With John Leslie, Diane-Louise Jordan and Anthea Turner.
Doug takes a calculated risk. Who will win the council election? Phoebe receives an unexpected 18th birthday gift.
With John Humphrys and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
Mark Franklin introduces the UK's top chart show, featuring the best of today's music plus some pre-chart exclusives. Director/Producer Stanley Appei
Ricky is put in charge of organising Janine's party - is disaster inevitable? Ian is furious with Kathy for attacking Cindy and drags up a nasty secret from her past in front of Phil. Michelle has a confession to make to Pauline.
This week's episodes written by Susan Boyd
Regional Variations (2)
Waiting for God
When Harvey fakes a breakdown and Diana gets the blame, things turn nasty at Bayview retirement home.
The series which explores world conservation issues from the viewpoint of the animals threatened by man's activities, this week follows a young giraffe as she begins a desperate safari in search of water after her source of nourishment, a river In northern Kenya, has dried out.
The camera follows her, sometimes at the giraffe's own eye level, across a baking desert. Eventually the giraffe discovers a mountain, a rain forest and a life-saving lake.
The programme reveals that such wild animals, and the people with whom they share the terrain, cope with drought in a very different way to modem man.
For in the distance a new dam has been built - a contemporary human attempt to solve the same problem as the giraffe has always faced.
Series producer Richard Brock
On safari -a young giraffe's search for survival
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With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
Victor is involved in a nasty case of vermin control.
Written by David Renwick
Director/Producer Susan Belbin
Last in the comedy series written by and starring Jennifer Saunders with Joanna Lumley
Edina reaches her 40th birthday. Saffron has organised an absolutely fabulous surprise family get together.
Edina turns 40 - and she's not happy about it! But Saffy organises a birthday lunch with Eddy's exes and their new partners to celebrate the occasion.
A special edition on the topic of crime and the law. On the panel are the Lord Chief Justice Lord Taylor of Gos forth, Chief
Constable of Thames Valley
Police Charles Pollard , George Carman QC and Vivien Stem , Director of the National
Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders.
Chaired by Peter Sissons. Producer Prue Keely
Editor Alexandra Henderson A Bhan Lapping production for BBCtv
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Susan and a wounded Hawk are among the hostages held at a post office by three crazed armed robbers. Rescue seems impossible and it's up to Spenser to free them.
3.00-3.30 RCN Nursing Update: Heart Health 70691 4.00 Legal Network Television: Introduction to the Leasehold Reform. Housing and Urban Development Act 1993