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9.10 Kilroy
Topical studio discussion, with Robert Kilroy-Silk . Stereo

10.00 News
Regional News; Weather

10.05 Housemates
Team quiz on domestic knowledge and practical skills, with Tim Vine.

10.35 Good Morning.... with Anne and Nick
Magazine programme with Anne Diamond and Nick Owen. Including today, beauty features, cookery with Ainsley Harriott , Hollywood gossip from Elaine Lipworth, and celebrity gardening with Stefan Buczacki and weatherman John Kettley.
Including at 11.00 News Subtitled; Regional News and Weather. Stereo

12.00 News
Regional News; Weather

12.05pm Pebble Mill
With Ross King. Today's guests include Michael Parkinson , who drops in for some sporting talk, the actor Anthony Andrews , author James Herbert , the Riverdance cast in action and music from Skream. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Kilroy-Silk
Unknown:
Tim Vine.
Unknown:
Anne Diamond
Unknown:
Nick Owen.
Unknown:
Ainsley Harriott
Unknown:
Elaine Lipworth
Unknown:
Stefan Buczacki
Unknown:
John Kettley.
Unknown:
Ross King.
Unknown:
Michael Parkinson
Unknown:
Anthony Andrews
Unknown:
James Herbert

Andy Crane presents the show with the latest news of what's coming up in the media. Today, Brett Adams goes behind the scenes of Byker Grove in which he plays Noddy, Alicia Silverstone talks about the making of Clueless, and the programme discusses whether advertising should be banned on children's television.
Repeated tomorrow at 8.05am on BBC2
Write to: Take Two, [address removed], or e-mail: [email address removed]

Contributors

Presenter:
Andy Crane
Reporter:
Brett Adams
Interviewee:
Alicia Silverstone

In the first programme of the new series, Jill Dando reports from Orpheus Island, a secluded luxury resort on the Great Barrier
Reef in Australia, Monty Don discovers Diani Beach in Kenya, Carol Smillie persuades some beach lovers to explore Cyprus and John Pitman visits Berkshire to spend a few days in Windsorand its near neighbour, Eton. See today's choices.
Producers Alison Sharman and Paul Wooding ; Editor Jane Lush Repeated tomorrow at 2.35pm
+ See This Week: page 14

Contributors

Unknown:
Jill Dando
Unknown:
Monty Don
Unknown:
Carol Smillie
Unknown:
John Pitman
Producers:
Alison Sharman
Producers:
Paul Wooding
Editor:
Jane Lush

Martin gives his mother the slip, and sparks off a a Halloween night of panic. Sam falls foul of Grant, but picks up some startling gossip.
This week's episodes written by Scott Cherry and Susan Boyd
(Stereo) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Writer:
Scott Cherry
Writer:
Susan Boyd
Producer:
Jane Harris
Director:
Chris Miller
Nigel Bates:
Paul Bradley
Clare Tyler:
Gemma Bissix
Pauline Fowler:
Wendy Richard
Arthur Fowler:
Bill Treacher
Mark Fowler:
Todd Carty
Ian Beale:
Adam Woodyatt
Cindy Beale:
Michelle Collins
Ruth Fowler:
Caroline Paterson
Grant Mitchell:
Ross Kemp
Phil Mitchell:
Steve McFadden
Peggy Mitchell:
Barbara Windsor
Sam Butcher:
Danniella Westbrook
Tiffany Raymond:
Martine McCutcheon
Robbie Jackson:
Dean Gaffney
Ricky Butcher:
Sid Owen
Bianca Jackson:
Patsy Palmer
Blossom Jackson:
Mona Hammond
Gita Kapoor:
Shobu Kapoor
Guppy Sharma:
Lyndam Gregory
Ted Hills:
Brian Croucher
Sarah Hills:
Daniela Denby-Ashe
Tony Hills:
Mark Homer
Alan Jackson:
Howard Antony
Willy Roper:
Michael Tudor Barnes
Neil:
Wayne Martinez
Maxine Palmer:
Dilys Laye
Liam Tyler:
Francis Magee
Martin Fowler:
Jon Peyton Price
Sonia Jackson:
Natalie Cassidy
Billy Jackson:
Devon Anderson

Live coverage from Anfield of Liverpool's Uefa Cup second round, second leg tie against Danish side Brondby.

After a measured performance which earned them a goalless draw in Denmark two weeks ago Roy Evans's side will book their place in the last 16 if they overcome the Danes. Brondby finished second in the Danish league last season and have already come through two rounds for the right to meet Liverpool. They were beaten by Arsenal at this stage of the Cup Winners' Cup last season, but did score twice in the away leg.

Plus, news of tonight's other Uefa Cup action, including the ties in which PSV Eindhoven are 5-3 upon Leeds United and Nottingham Forest head Auxerre by 1-0.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam, with Alan Hansen and Jimmy Hill. Commentary by John Motson, with Trevor Brooking. (Stereo)
See Alan Hansen: page 55

As coverage is live, subsequent programmes may run late

Contributors

Presenter:
Desmond Lynam
Analysis:
Alan Hansen
Analysis:
Jimmy Hill
Commentary:
John Motson
Analysis (Commentary):
Trevor Brooking
Producer:
Vivien Kent
Editor:
Brian Barwick

Gangster thriller starring Christian Slater, Patrick Dempsey

They were to become legendary figures in the world of organised crime, but even the likes of "Lucky" Luciano and "Bugsy" Siegel had to start somewhere. On the mean streets of New York in 1917 the seeds are sown - within five years, four unlikely friends will jostle for power with the rival "dons" of the city. The struggle for dominance is bitter and blood-soaked, but these young guns are willing to risk everything to achieve the wealth to take control.

See Films: pages 67-74

Contributors

Director:
Michael Karbelnikoff
Charlie Lucky Luciano:
Christian Slater
Meyer Lansky:
Patrick Dempsey
Benjamin Bugsy Siegel:
Richard Grieco
Frank Costello:
Costas Mandylor
Don Masseria:
Anthony Quinn
Arnold Rothstein:
F Murray Abraham
Don Faranzano:
Michael Gambon
Mara Motes:
Lara Flynn Boyle

Crime comedy starring Colin Friels, John Hargreaves

Malcolm gives the impression of being dim-witted, but he is a genius when it comes to constructing anything mechanical - be it a personal tramcar or a robot that can rob a bank. His technical expertise goes unnoticed until a new lodger with a more down-to-earth outlook on life moves in. (1986)
See Films: pages 67-74

Contributors

Director:
Nadia Tass
Malcolm:
Colin Friels
Frank:
John Hargreaves
Judith:
Lindy Davies
Willy:
Chris Haywood
Jenny:
Judith Stratford
Mrs:
Beverly Phillips

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