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9.20 Style Counsel
Another makeover challenge with Jeff Banks.
9.45 Kilroy
Topical studio discussion with Robert Kilroy-Silk. Stereo
10.30 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick
Today, Dr Mark Porter's medical desk, vet Michael Payne, plus fashion and showbiz news.
Including at 11.00 News
Regional News and Weather
12.00 News
Regional News; Weather.
12.05pm Call My Bluff Panel game with Alan Coren and Sandi Toksvig. Hosted by Bob Holness. Stereo
12.35 Going for Gold General knowledge quiz, with Henry Kelly.

Contributors

Presenter:
Jeff Banks
Presenter:
Robert Kilroy-Silk
Panellist:
Alan Coren
Panellist:
Sandi Toksvig
Presenter:
Henry Kelly

Seventh of a 13-part drama about a young boy and his pet dog. Mam makes a decision about the rabbit, but Jonny is still left with a problem.
Dramatised by Valerie Georgeson, from a story by Joan Eadington

Contributors

Dramatised By:
Valerie Georgeson
Story By:
Joan Eadington
Jonny:
Richard Holian
Mam:
Jane Lowe
Dad:
Leslie Schofield
Rita:
Sue Devaney
Albert:
Tommy Robinson
Humphrey:
Jeremy Austin
Miss Broom:
Karen Meagher
Mr Box:
Harry Beety
Mavis:
Debbie Norris
Pam:
Georgina Lane
Jinny:
Adele Parry
Josie:
Rachel Powell
Lily:
Sophie Buckley
Martin:
Dexter Lynch
Nadine:
Abigail Fisher
Peter:
Alex Moran

Billy comes to the rescue in the talent quest. Annalise's tutoring pays off.
Shown at 1.40pm Stereo

Contributors

Helen Daniels:
Anne Haddy
Cody Willis:
Peta Brady
Lou Carpenter:
Tom Oliver
Hannah Martin:
Rebecca Ritters
AnnaliseHartman:
Kimberley Davies
SamKratz:
Richard Grieve
Marlene Kratz:
Moya O'Sullivan
Libby Kennedy:
Kym Valentine
Billy Kennedy:
Jesse Spencer
Jen Handley:
Alyce Platt
Stonefish Rebecohi:
Anthony Engelman
Joanna Hartman:
Emma Harrison
AngieRebecchi:
Lesley Baker
Colin Taylor/Alf Taylor:
Frank Bren
Adrian Ewart:
Jeremy Kewley
Toadfish:
Ryan Moloney

Ronnie Corbett presents the first in a new series of the game show in which contestants have to unravel the minds of nine children, who offertheirown unique definitions of words.
Producer Danny Greenstone ; Executive producer
Alan Boyd

Contributors

Unknown:
Ronnie Corbett
Producer:
Danny Greenstone
Producer:
Alan Boyd

Second in a selection of six episodes from the medical drama series first shown in the autumn of 1994. Only the Lonely. A village rugby match ends in tragedy and team medic Mike Barratt finds himself back in A and E.
A clandestine affair has unfortunate consequences for a father and son.
Meanwhile, Josh decides to introduce his new partner.
Episode written by Ashley Pharoah ; Producer Corinne Hollingworth ; Director Robert Gabriel

Contributors

Unknown:
Mike Barratt
Written By:
Ashley Pharoah
Producer:
Corinne Hollingworth
Director:
Robert Gabriel
Mike Barratt:
Clive Mantle
Josh Griffiths:
Ian Bleasdale
Eddie Gordon:
Joan Oliver
Martin Ashford:
Patrick Robinson
Kate Wilson:
Sorcha Cusack
Rachel Longworth:
Jane Gurnett
Adam Cooke:
Steven Brand
Jude Kocarnik:
Lisa Coleman
Matt Hawley:
Jason Merrells
Liz Harker:
Sue Devaney
Frank Thorp:
Tony Haygarth
Rob Thorp:
Ken Christiansen
Ruth Corbett:
Lynda Thorn
Debbie King:
Emma Smith
Anna Longford:
Marion Bailey
Roger Longford:
David Horovitch
Trish Lathwell:
Victoria Finney
Dan Proctor:
Nicky Diprose
Bill Rutherford:
Richard Latham
Tyler Longford:
Tyler Waite

With Anne Robinson. Write to
Points of View, BBCtv, Room 4302,
201 Wood Lane , London W 12 7TS. Or telephone/fax on (0181) [number removed]. E-mail address is: pov@bbc.co.uk
Producer Annie Lewis

Contributors

Unknown:
Anne Robinson.
Unknown:
Wood Lane
Producer:
Annie Lewis

Fifth in the six-part drama series starring Ian McShane
Madson returns to prison to help a teenage boy who has been wrongfully convicted of theft. See today's choices.
Written and produced by Colin Shindler
Director Rob Walker

Contributors

Unknown:
Ian McShane
Produced By:
Colin Shindler
Director:
Rob Walker
John Madson:
Ian McShane
MagdaOstrowska:
Joanna Kanska
DI Rourke:
Matthew Marsh
Sarah Madson:
Jayne Ashbourne
Gordon Berry:
Thomas Craig
Sir Ranald Hearnley:
Charles Gray
Elaine Dews:
Shirley Anne Field
George Lodge:
Jonathan Coy
Dominic:
Barney Craig
Donald:
David Arlen
DC Lear:
Darren Brown
Armstrong:
Richard Durden
Mrs Holt:
Gill Srailey
Roy Holt:
Myron McKay
Terry:
Andrew Tansey
Arthur:
John Turner
Mrs Grant:
Jean Ainsue
Vinny:
Len Trusty
Bobby:
Paul Haley

Introduced by Ray Stubbs.
Highlights of tonight's Uefa Cupfinal second leg match between Bayern Munich and Bordeaux.
The famous German football club is lookingfor its first success in this competition and will be relying on the experience of striker Jürgen Klinsmann.
As for Bordeaux, no French club has ever won the Uefa Cup, and this underdogteam would cause a major surprise if it wins the trophy. Commentary by Tony Gubba. Producer Vivien Kent ; Editor Niall Sloane

Contributors

Introduced By:
Ray Stubbs.
Commentary By:
Tony Gubba.
Producer:
Vivien Kent
Editor:
Niall Sloane

Action fantasy starring
Nigel Terry , Helen Mirren
A tale of King Arthur and the search forthe Holy Grail, of Merlin and the enchanted sword of power known as Excalibur.
Director John Boorman (1981. 15)
♦ See Films: pages 49-56

Contributors

Unknown:
Nigel Terry
Unknown:
Helen Mirren
Director:
John Boorman
King Arthur:
Nigel Terry
Morgana:
Helen Mirren
Merlin:
Nicol Williamson
Lancelot:
Nicholas Clay
Guenevere:
Cherie Lunghi
Perceval:
Paul Geoffrey
Mordred:
Robert Addie
UtherPendragon:
Gabriel Byrne
Gawain:
Liam Neeson
Duke of Cornwall:
Corin Redgrave
Leondegrance:
Patrick Stewart

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