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9.20 Style Counsel Continuingthe makeover programme, with Jeff Banks.
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9.45 Kilroy Daily debate, hosted by Robert Kilroy-Silk . Stereo................
10.30 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick Magazine programme with Anne Diamond and Nick Owen. Featuring cookery with Ainsley Harriott , beauty features, and continuingthe series following four couples through pregnancy to birth. Including at 11.00 News Subtitled;
Regional News and Weather, stereo.
12.00 News
Regional News; Weather
12.05pm Call My Bluff Panel game testing wordpower. With Alan Coren and Sandi Toksvig , and referee Bob Holness.
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12.35 Going for Gold General knowledge quiz with Henry Kelly.

Contributors

Unknown:
Jeff Banks.
Unknown:
Robert Kilroy-Silk
Unknown:
Anne Diamond
Unknown:
Nick Owen.
Unknown:
Ainsley Harriott
Unknown:
Alan Coren
Unknown:
Sandi Toksvig
Unknown:
Bob Holness.
Unknown:
Henry Kelly.

Drama starring Beau Bridges, Lloyd Bridges

For Kevin Pearse, a 29-year-old American living in Australia, surfing has become a way of life until serious family pressures start building up on him.
(1978)
See Films: pages 49-56 ***

Contributors

Director:
Don Chaffey
Kevin:
Beau Bridges
Sean:
Lloyd Bridges
Eric Stuart:
John Meillon
Moira:
Victoria Shaw
Emily:
Ingrid Mason
Bryan:
Tim Simpson

The comedy series continues with stories of the choir from hell.

Contributors

Writer:
John Sayle
Ice-D:
Jotham Annan
Tony:
John Labanowski
Rev:
Nick Maloney
Chas:
Jane Danson
Shed:
Louise Sullivan
Street:
Tim Downie
Carol:
Charlene Brooke
Frankie:
John Waterhouse
Mickey:
Thomas Maher
James:
Jonathan Preage

Regional Variations (2)

2Point4 Children

Series 5

Episode 3: The Deep

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Sitcom about the Porter family. Disaster strikes when Bill and Ben look after the Grimes' house.

Continuing the fly-on-the-wall documentary series focusing on the world-famous children's hospital. Tonight's programme revisits 17-year-old Caron as she recovers from an operation to repair her cleft lip and palate. Meanwhile, nine-year-old Grant has a rare genetic disorder which prevents his face from growing normally and his parents confront the medical and psychological implications of revolutionary facial surgery.
(Subtitled)

Contributors

Producer:
Veronica Reinhardt
Series Producer:
Polly Bide

A collection of memorable comedy moments from the BBC archives, presented by actress Barbara Windsor.

Many classic comedy dramas and sketch shows draw on the rich potential for humour in class conflict. Tonight, recalls some of the best, including clips from Fawlty Towers, The Good Life and Naked Video.

Contributors

Presenter:
Barbara Windsor
Producer:
David Housham

Gary is a bit confused and upset when he returns home unexpectedly from a creative writing weekend to find his girlfriend Dorothy in bed with his best friend and flatmate Tony. Last episode in the series.

Contributors

Writer:
Simon Nye
Director:
Martin Dennis
Producer:
Beryl Vertue
Gary:
Martin Clunes
Tony:
Neil Morrissey
Deborah:
Leslie Ash
Dorothy:
Caroline Quentin
George:
Ian Lindsay
Anthea:
Valerie Minifie

The doctors disagree over the correct treatment of patients, while Claire teases Scissors about his obvious interest in Sister Julie Novac

See today's choices.

Contributors

Writer:
John MacUre
Director:
Jo Johnson
Dr Andrew Collin:
Andrew Lancel
Dr Claire Maitland:
Helen Baxendale
Dr Rajesh Rajah:
Ahsen Bhatti
Dr James Mortimer:
Jo Dow
Mr Cyril 'Scissors' Smedley:
Peter O'Brien
Dr Sarah Hudson:
Selina Cadell
Sister Julie Novae:
Jacquetta May
Dr Liz Reid:
Caroline Trowbridge
Terry 'the Animal' Binns:
Carl Chase
Prison officer:
Stewart Porter
Human torch:
Steven Singleton
Dr Phil Kirkby:
Andrew Clover
SN Pam Chamley:
Mandy Matthews
SN Caroline Richards:
Jayne MacKenzie
Edith Channing:
Olive Pendleton
Mr Channing:
Christopher Wilkinson
CN Patrick Garden:
Peter Biddle
Student Nurse Kirsty:
Lisa Harkus
Sister Jackie Landers:
Ellen Thomas

Continuing the series about the history of transplant surgery.

Tonight, the search for a a fool-proof way of preventing the rejection of organ transplants. The surgeon who carried out the multiple organ transplant on Laura Davies in 1993 reveals his regrets about the operation. Also, how far should transplant surgeons go to save people's lives?
(Stereo)

Contributors

Director:
Jenny Barraclough
Series Producer:
Tony Stark

War satire, based on Joseph Heller's bestseller, starring Alan Arkin, Martin Balsam

Surrounded by encroaching madness at an American airforce base, Captain Yossarian asks to be certified as mentally unfit to fly. Only then does he learn about Catch-22. Since no sane person would want to fly, asking to be grounded suggests sanity.
(1970, 15)
See Films: pages 49-56 ***

Contributors

Based on the book by:
Joseph Heller
Director:
Mike Nichols
Captain Yossarian:
Alan Arkin
Colonel Cathcart:
Martin Balsam
Major Danby:
Richard Benjamin
Milo Minderbinder:
Jon Voight
Lieutenant Dobbs:
Martin Sheen
General Dreedle:
Orson Welles
Captain Nately:
Art Garfunkel
Doc Daneeka:
Jack Gilford
Major Major:
Bob Newhart

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