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In today's visit to the medical practice in Alnwick, Vivienne Parry finds out what has happened to the patients whose progress has been followed throughout the series. Min Clough visits a fisherman who has skin cancer and watches the treatment he undergoes. Plus, an update on the progress of our non-smoker. How is she faring after three weeks of abstinance?
Last in the series.
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Contributors

Unknown:
Vivienne Parry
Unknown:
Vivienne Parry

Another chance to see the series in which celebrities reveal how they fought back after suffering a serious illness.
Mike Nolan, vocalist with successful pop group Bucks Fizz, talks to Lynn Redgrave about developing epilepsy following a serious road accident and coming to terms with the fact that the condition will remain with him forever.

Contributors

Unknown:
Mike Nolan
Unknown:
Lynn Redgrave

Live coverage of the second day's play from Lord's of the second Test match between England and India.
Commentary by Richie Benaud , Geoffrey Boycott , David Gower and Ravi Shastri. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
Coverage continues at 1.40pm on BBC2
Includingat 12.00 News Regional News and Weather

Contributors

Commentary By:
Richie Benaud
Commentary By:
Geoffrey Boycott
Commentary By:
David Gower
Commentary By:
Ravi Shastri.
Introduced By:
Tony Lewis.

Royal Ascot
Coverage of the final day of the royal meeting where the title of Ascot's top jockey will be decided.
Featuring races at 2.30,3.05,3.45 and 4.20.
Introduced by Julian Wilson with Clare Balding. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan, Jimmy Lindley and Jim McGrath. Reports by Jonathan Powell.

Cricket: Second Test Further live coverage from Lord's of the second day's play in the second Test match between England and India.
Highlights of the cricket are at 1.15pm on BBC2, and Royal Ascot at 12 midnight
(Stereo)

Contributors

Introduced By:
Julian Wilson
Unknown:
Clare Balding.
Commentary By:
Peter O'Sullevan
Commentary By:
Jimmy Lindley
Commentary By:
Jim McGrath.
Unknown:
Jonathan Powell.

Julia Carling introduces the latest hits in the UK charts, live performances, pre-chart sounds and new videos. DirectorClaire Winyard; ProducerRic Blaxill
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Contributors

Introduces:
Julia Carling

The first of a new series of documentaries looking at the connection between science fiction and science fact.
Alien. Tonight Gillian Anderson , who plays Agent Dana Scully in The X Files, investigates the growing number of encounters and abductions throughout the world which have been attributed to alien life forms, and asks if the reports are the result of vivid imaginations or if the truth really is out there. See today's choices.
Series producer David McNab ; Editor Edward Briffa
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Contributors

Unknown:
Gillian Anderson
Unknown:
Dana Scully
Producer:
David McNab
Editor:
Edward Briffa

Tonight's edition of the snooker game show features Dennis Taylor ,
Andy Hicks and Jimmy Michie. Hosted by Jim Davidson with referee John Virgo.
Director Babara Jones ; Producer John Burrowes
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Contributors

Unknown:
Dennis Taylor
Unknown:
Andy Hicks
Unknown:
Jimmy Michie.
Unknown:
Jim Davidson
Unknown:
John Virgo.
Director:
Babara Jones
Producer:
John Burrowes

A series of quiz games in which, each week, team captains Daley Thompson and Steve Cram are joined by two fellow Olympic medal winners and answer sporting questions put to them by Steve Rider. Tonight's guests are Mary Peters , Belfast's pentathlon champion from 1972, and David Wilkie , the Scot who, in the Montreal games in 1976, became the first
British man to win gold in the Olympic pool for almost 70 years.
Producer Mike Ward ; Editor Rick Waumsley

Contributors

Unknown:
Daley Thompson
Unknown:
Steve Cram
Unknown:
Steve Rider.
Unknown:
Mary Peters
Unknown:
David Wilkie
Producer:
Mike Ward
Editor:
Rick Waumsley

Another chance to see some dramatic reconstructions of real-life rescues.
Tonight's compilation includes the policeman who was impaled on railings, threatening to delay the Trooping the Colour ceremony for the first time in its history; the terrifying underwater emergency that left a diver fighting for her life in a recompression chamber; and the paragliding accident which saw an enthusiast tumbling feet down sheer chalk cliffs.

Stereo
Subtitled

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Buerk
Editor:
Andrea Wills

Futuristic adventure starring
Emilio Estevez
Rene Russo
Mick Jagger , Anthony Hopkins
A 1991 race track crash apparently kills ace driver Alex Furlong. However, he awakes in the living hell of blighted New York in 2009, his body "retrieved" via a time travel device to house the mind of a dying man. Escapingthe clutches of his captor, the devious mercenary
Vacendak, Alex must find help in this hostile world - his best hope being
Julie, his girlfriend of 18 years earlier.
Director Geoff Murphy (1992, 15) Stereo. ♦ See Films: pages 57-64 **

Contributors

Unknown:
Emilio Estevez
Unknown:
Rene Russo
Unknown:
Mick Jagger
Unknown:
Anthony Hopkins
Unknown:
Alex Furlong.
Director:
Geoff Murphy
Alex Furlong:
Emilio Estevez
Julie Redlund:
Rene Russo
Vacendak:
Mick Jagger
McCandless:
Anthony Hopkins
Michelette:
Jonathan Banks
Brad:
David Johansen
Nun:
Amanda Plummer
Boone:
Grand L Bush
Morgan:
John Shea
Eagle man:
Frankie Faison
Ripper:
Esai Morales

Horror starring
Peter Cushing
John Hurt
In the 1920s, following a party, two dizzy couples challenge each otherto a motor race to Land's End. However, the thrills turn to chills when the fog closes in. All paths lead to a lonely mansion where hospitality comes at a gruesome price, and a terrifying secret resides in the attic.
Director Freddie Francis (1975,18)
♦ See Films: pages 57-64

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Cushing
Director:
Freddie Francis
Dr Lawrence:
Peter Cushing
Tom Rawlings:
John Hurt
Angela:
Alexandra Bastedo
Ayah:
Gwen Watford
Daphne:
Veronica Carlson
The ghoul:
Don Henderson
Geoffrey:
Ian McCulloch
Billy:
Stewart Bevan
Young man:
John Dcollins
Police sergeant:
Dan Meaden

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