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In the last of the series, a younger studio audience discusses the subject of homeless young people. Often dismissed as irresponsible down-and-outs, what are the real reasons why young people find themselves on the streets? Hosted by Robert Kilroy-Silk.

Contributors

Presenter:
Robert Kilroy-Silk

Sarah Greene and Will Hanrahan host the morning magazine show featuring guests, music, travel reports, fitness with Susan Kane , lifestyle features and human interest stories. Plus Touch of Love, Antony Henn transforms a viewer's garden, and, in Early Risers, Jeni Barnett goes in search of talented young people. Including at 11.00 and 12.00 News Subtitled; Regional News; Weather.
Stereo.............................................

Contributors

Unknown:
Sarah Greene
Unknown:
Susan Kane
Unknown:
Antony Henn
Unknown:
Jeni Barnett

Run the Risk presenter Peter Simon joins John Barrowman for the film and video quiz. Featuring clips from the video releases Cops 'n' Robbersons and Wagons East.
(Postponed from last Monday)
(Repeated next Sunday on BBC2)
(Stereo)
Competition Line: [number removed] (calls cost maximum of 25p). For a copy of the rules, send an sae to [address removed].

Contributors

Presenter:
John Barrowman
Guest:
Peter Simon

Comprehensive regional news, live reports and interviews on issues affecting people in the south east, presented by Tim Ewart. Plus reports on local sporting events.
Editor Guy Pelham ......................................83 REGIONAL PROGRAMME

Contributors

Presented By:
Tim Ewart.
Editor:
Guy Pelham

On this edition of the entertainment quiz show, actors Gwen Taylor from Duty Free and Kenneth Cope from Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) take on chat show host Mrs Merton (also known as Caroline Hook) and Eric Knowles from Antiques Roadshow. Hosted by Mike Smith.

Contributors

Presenter:
Mike Smith
Panellist:
Gwen Taylor
Panellist:
Kenneth Cope
Panellist:
Caroline Hook
Panellist:
Eric Knowles
Director:
John Rooney
Producer:
Nichola Hegarty

The last in the series on health issues that affect consumers in the 1990s, from medical scandals to the latest advances. Today's subjects include a look at the causes of snoring, and possible cures, and some of the schemes on offerto help smokers kick the habit. Plus there are updates on storiesfeatured duringthe series. Presented by Judith Hann and Alice Beer , with reporterChris Choi.
Call the hotline on ([number removed] and tell your story to a researcher; or write to PO Box 5555, London W 12 6WD.
Series producer Donna Taberer ; Executive producer Sarah Caplin Stereo Subtitled ...................67

Contributors

Presented By:
Judith Hann
Presented By:
Alice Beer
Reporter:
Chris Choi.
Producer:
Donna Taberer
Producer:
Sarah Caplin

The second in a new six-part comedy series about a star newspaper reporter.
Starring John Gordon-Sinclair

Gavin discovers that Lorraine has a hidden talent as a photographer. Mike wishes she would keep it hidden. Meanwhile, Clare is in hot pursuit of a goat.
See today's choices.

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Radio Times Offer: Your chance to own one of five copies of the Nelson's Column newspaper signed by members of the cast. See page 125 for details.

Contributors

Writer:
Paul Mayhew-Archer
Director:
Nick Wood
Producer:
Susan Belbin
Gavin Nelson:
John Gordon-Sinclair
Clare Priddy:
Sophie Thompson
Mike Walker:
Steven O'Donnell
Jackie Spicer:
Elizabeth Counsell
Lorraine Wilde:
Camille Coduri
Mr Todd:
Ian Lindsay
Mr Robbins:
Alan Cowan
Mrs Sprott:
Damaris Hayman
Mrs Locke:
Madeleine Moffat
Doctor:
Sheelagh Ferrell
Miss Talbot:
Joolia Cappleman

Panorama investigates rough justice in Europe. British citizens who are arrested for alleged crimes in EU countries such as Germany, Spain and Portugal are almost never given bail, are often not told what's happening to them and often feel isolated from any assistance the British Consulate is able to offer them. Tom Mangold looks at the cases of four Britons for whom the theory of Europe without frontiers ended in the reality of prison behind bars. When everything else in Europe is being standardised, why not the legal and judicial systems?

Note: because Panorama is a topical programme and likely to react to events in the news, the above programme is liable to change.

Contributors

Reporter:
Tom Mangold
Producer:
Simon Ford
Editor:
Steve Hewlett

Revenge thriller starring Loni Anderson

Lacey Stewart had hoped never to see Keith Welles again. But when Welles is released from jail, Lacey's new life is shattered.
(1992)
(Subtitled)
Film Reviews pages 47-54

Contributors

Director:
Fred Walton#
Lacey Stewart:
Loni Anderson
Keith Welles:
Anthony John Denison
Marlene Thomas:
Candy Clark
Dan:
Stephen Meadows
RT:
Coleby Lombardo
Elliot:
Kolbe Johnapicella
Jane Bay:
Laurel Koelsch
Reporter:
Ken Myles

Drama about two rival racing drivers.

When rising star of the motor racing circuit Tommy Traherne is hired to drive for the same team as cocky Mike Reardon, old wounds are reopened.
(1990)
Film Reviews pages 47-54

Contributors

Director:
John Glen
Tommy Traheme:
William Campbell
Mike Reardon:
Robert Estes
Kris Traheme:
Amanda Wyss
Alex Cross:
Carrie Hamilton
Sal Cippolina:
Adam Philipson
Jerri Simpson:
Leilani Sarelle
Jack Cotton:
Robert Forester
Andrew Valiant:
Pernell Roberts

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