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Regional News; Weather
10.05 Good Morning with Anne and Nick Featuring cookery with Ainsley Harriott, Dr Mark Porter's medical desk, "Where there's a Will" with Will Hanrahan, and "Experts Exported" in which "Good Morning"'s experts meet people with similar specialities around the globe.
And at 11.00 News (Subtitled) and Weather; Regional News and Weather.

Contributors

Presenter:
Anne Diamond
Presenter:
Nick Owen
Presenter:
Ainsley Harriott
Presenter:
Dr Mark Porter
Presenter:
Will Hanrahan

Regional News; Weather
12.05pm PEBBLE MILL
A special edition of the lunchtime show in which David Attenborough celebrates his exciting and distinguished career in television.

Contributors

Guest:
David Attenborough
Presenter:
Alan Titchmarsh.

Last part of the comedy drama. A stranger is prowling at Slogthwaite. Craig is convinced he is a spy but Scooby is not so sure, especially when he is able to help him with his invention that will change the face of cricket this century. With a special guest appearance by cricket great Geoff Boycott.
(Stereo)
(Subtitled)

Contributors

Written By:
Sid Waddell
Barry Higgs:
Jeremy Bulloch
Di Higgs:
Annie Hulley
Lenny Higgs:
Phillip Earley
Geoffrey Higgs:
Sam Fairbrother
Roz:
Jane Dawson
Scooby:
Ralf Little
Zoe:
Delaney Brindle
Melanie:
Caroline Smith
Jason:
Ian Taylor
Craig:
Dylan Ferley
Pat Masters:
Jackie Downey
Himself:
Geoff Boycott

A rundown of the UK charts, with the latest hits and pre-chart sounds. This week the reformed group the Go-Go's, with original member Belinda Carlisle, will be making a special appearance.
The guest presenter is Gary Olsen from "2 Point 4 Children", and currently in "Health and Efficiency" on Fridays BBC 1.

Contributors

Presenter:
Gary Olsen
Musicians:
The Go-Go's
Producer:
Ric Blaxill
Director:
Julia Knowles

Nellie and Ethel go to the Vic for a girls' night out, while Geoff drinks Arthur under the table, and Pauline wonders why.
This week's episodes written by Shelley Miller, Annie Wood, Kevin Hood
(Omnibus edition next Sunday)

Contributors

Writer:
Shelley Miller
Writer:
Annie Wood
Writer:
Kevin Hood
Producer:
Nicholas Hicks-Beach
Director:
Steve Finn
Arthur Fowler:
Bill Treacher
Pauline Fowler:
Wendy Richard
Delia Alexander:
Michelle Joseph
Binnie Roberts:
Sophie Langham
Mark Fowler:
Todd Carty
Ruth Aitken:
Caroline Paterson
Pat Butcher:
Pam St Clement
David Wicks:
Michael French
Roy Evans:
Tony Caunter
Nellie Ellis:
Elizabeth Kelly
Jules Tavernier:
Tommy Eytle
Ethel Skinner:
Gretchen Franklin
Carol Jackson:
Lindsey Coulson
Alan Jackson:
Howard Antony
Robbie Jackson:
Dean Gaffney
Kathy Beale:
Gillian Taylforth
Steve Elliot:
Mark Monero
Ricky Butcher:
Sid Owen
Bianca Jackson:
Patsy Palmer
Natalie Price:
Lucy Speed
Michelle Fowler:
Susan Tully
Geoff Barnes:
David Roper
Tiffany:
Martine McCutcheon
Janine Butcher:
Alexia Demetriou

Another visit to the RSPCA's Harmsworth Hospital where the vets and nurses never know what to expect next. With Rolf Harris at the animal hospital, and reporter Steve Knight out with the RSPCA's rescue team.

Contributors

Presenter:
Rolf Harris
Reporter:
Steve Knight
Producer:
John Groom
Series Producer:
Sarah Hargreaves

A new comedy about a former diplomat forced to adjust to life as a labourer. Starring Richard Briers
Tony is miserable so he visits one of his old school chums who gives him an idea for raising funds.
Stereo
Subtitled

Contributors

Writer:
John Esmonde
Writer:
Bob Larbey
Producer/Director:
John B Hobbs
Tony Fairfax:
Richard Briers
Chris Fairfax:
Christopher Blake
Molly Fairfax:
Kirsten Cooke
Jim:
Steve Edwin
Oswald:
Stephen Bent
Douglas:
James Grout
Mr Maynard:
Peter Jeffrey
Ramon:
Sandor Eles
[Actor]:
Richard Barnes
[Actor]:
Kenneth Wailer
[Actor]:
Maddi Cryer

In the last of three real-life dramas, Jim Broadbent plays an upright British military hero, Colonel A D Wintle. He was a maverick figure with a brilliant mind and strong conviction, who was also slightly mad.
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Contributors

Dramatised by:
Anthony Horowitz
Producer:
Sue Vertue
Director:
John Henderson
Colonel A.D. Wintle:
Jim Broadbent
Cedric Mays:
Tony Haygarth
Old engineer:
James Warrior
Young engineer:
Matthew Ashforde
Roy Plomley:
David McAllister
Barmaid:
Cheryl Hall
Nurse:
Valerie Minifie
Doctor(1917):
Ben Aris
Soldier(1918):
Ken Kitson
Doctor(1934):
Donald Douglas
Colonel:
John Quentin
Officer:
Michael Percival
General Mendigal:
Michael N. Harbour
Air Commodore Boyle:
Nicholas Woodeson

Guests in tonight's programme of debate from Newcastle upon Tyne include MP Alan Beith, Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats, and Dr Anne Wright, Vice Chancellor of Sunderland University. APPLICATIONS: if you would like to join the "Question Time" audience, telephone [number removed]

Contributors

Chairman:
David Dimbleby
Panellist:
Alan Beith
Panellist:
Dr Anne Wright
Director:
Laurence Vulliamy
Series Editor:
Christopher Capron

The second of four weekly programmes during Ramadan visits a community of Yemeni Muslims in Butetown, Cardiff, whose first members came to England in coal ships in the 1880s.
Repeated tomorrow at 5.40am

(Stereo)

Contributors

Director/Producer:
Ralph Rolls
Director/Producer:
Catherine Pinner

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