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9.20 Can't Cook Won't Cook Two reluctant cooks are challenged by chef
Kevin Woodford.
9.45 Kilroy Topical studio discussion
With Robert Kilroy-Silk . Stereo .....
10.30 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick Today, including cookery with Ainsley Harriott , beauty features, and Elaine Lipworth with the latest Hollywood gossip. Includingat 11.00 News Subtitled; Regional News and Weather.

Contributors

Unknown:
Kevin Woodford.
Unknown:
Robert Kilroy-Silk
Unknown:
Ainsley Harriott
Unknown:
Elaine Lipworth

(subtitled)
Regional News; Weather

12.05pm Turnabout
Word game with Rob Curling.
(Stereo)
Competition: [number removed]. All calls under one minute, premium rates apply. For a copy of the rules, send sae to Audiocall, [address removed]

12.30 Going for a Song
Antiques panel game with Mariella Frostrup and Tony Slattery. Presented by Michael Parkinson.
(Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter (Turnabout):
Rob Curling
Presenter (Going for a Song):
Michael Parkinson
Panellist (Going for a Song):
Mariella Frostrup
Panellist (Going for a Song):
Tony Slattery

Sarah Greene introduces a new series, The Entertainers, which looks at people who have become performers. Today, features a computer expert who gave up her career to become a professional modern dancer.
(Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter:
Sarah Greene

When Anna and Chris travel north they soon discover that they need all the help they can find.
Episodes written by Diane Whitley
(Next episode on Thursday at 5.10pm)
(Stereo) (Subtitled)
See Children: page 42

Contributors

Writer:
Diane Whitley
Anna:
Jenny Long
Chris:
Ben Freeman
Eilidh:
Jenni Keenan-Green
Miss Carver:
Sally Geoghegan
Mr Longworth:
Stephen Earle
Mrs Longworth:
Julie Foulds
Mr Brisley:
Adam Ray
Mr Parrott:
Peter Leeper
Robyn:
Nina Fry
Grandmother:
Iris Russell

In tonight's programme, presenter Jill Dando takes a trip back in time as she explores the Scottish Highlands by steam train; Kirsty Young samples life at a holiday village in the south of France; Paul Gogarty remembers Elvis on a journey from Nashville to Memphis, Tennessee; and Sankha Guha travels to Italy's Chianti region for a taste of Tuscany.
(Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter:
Jill Dando
Reporter:
Kirsty Young
Reporter:
Paul Gogarty
Reporter:
Sankha Guha
Producer:
Alison Sharman
Producer:
Paul Wooding
Editor:
Jane Lush

Pauline's birthday surprise makes Mark suspicious. Meanwhile, David receives a gift from Roy and tough questioning from the police. Pat makes a crucial decision that will have a dramatic effect on her family.
(For cast see Monday)
(Stereo) (Subtitled)

Continuing the fly-on-the-wall documentary series. Tonight's programme features two children who have specialist spinal operations.
Teenager Colin faces high-risk surgery to prevent him from becoming paralysed and to strengthen his spine. Meanwhile, Stephanie, the 11-year-old who featured last week when she had a small, benign tumour removed from the base of her neck, has been fitted with a new neck brace to provide support while she recovers. (Subtitled)

(Next week Uefa Cup football: Nottingham Forest v Bayern Munich, Great Ormond Street and The Brittas Empire return in two weeks' time.)

Contributors

Producer:
Geoffrey Smith
Series Producer:
Polly Bide

When a mysterious green block of ice crashes through the roof, Colin suspects an alien take-over bid from outer space. Meanwhile, Brittas tries to explain the benefits of matching and mirroring body language.
See today's choices.

I'm backing Britcoms: page 6
Competitions and Giveaways: p

Contributors

Writer:
Tony Millan
Writer:
Mike Walling
Director/Producer:
Mike Stephens
Gordon Brittas:
Chris Barrie
Julie:
Judy Flynn
Tim:
Russell Porter
Gavin:
Tim Marriott
Linda:
Jill Greenacre
Penny:
Anouschka Menzies
Colin:
Mike Burns
Carole:
Harriet Thorpe
Helen:
Pippa Haywood

The return of the light-hearted sports quiz umpired by Nick Hancock. Captains
Gary Lineker and David Gower compete in a game of wit and sporting knowledge, assisted by comedians Rory McGrath and Lee Hurst. Today's guests are Ian Wright and Neil Morrissey.
See today's choices.
(Repeated next Saturday)

Contributors

Presenter:
Nick Hancock
Team captain:
Gary Lineker
Team captain:
David Gower
Panellist:
Rory McGrath
Panellist:
Lee Hurst
Panellist:
Ian Wright
Panellist:
Neil Morrissey
Director:
Steve Smith
Producer:
Harry Thompson

In 1992, Paul Berry was found guilty of an armed robbery on a building society in Old Colwyn, North Wales.
Eye-witnesses said he was the man who held two elderly women cashiers at knife point. But Rough Justice has uncovered evidence which suggests the case against him was far less routine than it appeared.
The programme reveals that Paul Berry had an alibi which the police could only break by testimony from a convicted conman. Rough Justice found that the police broke nearly every rule in the book in building their case against Paul Berry, including contaminating the identification evidence that helped to convict him.

Contributors

Producer:
Ed Braman
Producer:
Elizabeth Clough

Science-fiction adventure, starring Kirk Douglas

Research workers on one of Saturn's moons, have their peaceful existence disturbed by the arrival from Earth of "Captain James". Unbeknown to them, however, he a psychotic killer.
(1980,15)
See Films: pages 46-49 ***

Contributors

Director:
Stanley Donen
Adam:
Kirk Douglas
Alex:
Farrah Fawcett
Benson:
Harvey Keitel
Captain James:
Douglas Lambert

Caped-crusader comedy, starring John Ritter

An unemployed actor has the chance to star as Captain Avenger.
(1980, PG)
See Films: pages 46-49 ***

Contributors

Director:
Martin Davidson
Steve Nichols:
John Ritter
J Marsh:
Anne Archer
Walter Reeves:
Bert Convy
Calvin Donnelly:
Kevin McCarthy

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