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Live coverage on the opening day of the conference from Bournemouth, including a speech on the union by Michael Forsyth, Secretary of State for Scotland and the annual address by the party chairman, Brian Mawhinney.

Including at 12.00 News Regional News and Weather

Contributors

Speaker:
Michael Forsyth
Speaker:
Brian Mawhinney

3.50 The All New Popeye Show
A cartoon double bill.
(Repeat) (Subtitled)

4.10 Oscar's Orchestra
Cartoon adventure about a grand piano. With the voice of Dudley Moore.
(Stereo) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Oscar (voice) (Oscar's Orchestra):
Dudley Moore

Teenage drama.
Angel has renewed doubts about her future.
This week's episodes written by Brian B. Thompson

(Part 6 on Thursday at 5.10pm) (Subtitled)

Followed by The Nation's Favourite Poems
Pop star Louise reads one of her favourite poems. (Stereo)

Contributors

Writer:
Brian B. Thompson
Harry:
Leah Jones
Angel:
Vicky Taylor
Alfie:
Andrew Smith
Cher:
Jody Baldwin
Gary:
George Trotter
Ed:
Grant Adams
Brigid:
Joanne McIntosh
Reader (The Nation's Favourite Poems):
null Louise

Jill Dando enjoys a double celebration in London when she visits Butlin's on its
60th bi rthday and the Ritz hotel on its 90th birthday, sampling a value for money break at Butlin's Grand hotel in Bayswater, and unashamed luxury at the Ritz. Meanwhile, Sankha Guha takes a tour of Peru, the highlight of which is a train ride through the Andes to the lost city of the Incas; Kirsty Young samples a holiday in Tunisia; and Toyah Willcoxtravelsto Austria with a Devon couple on theirfirst trip abroad.
Producers Andrew Fettis and Paul Wooding ; Editor
Jane Lush Stereo Subtitled ....................

Contributors

Unknown:
Jill Dando
Unknown:
Sankha Guha
Unknown:
Kirsty Young
Producers:
Andrew Fettis
Producers:
Paul Wooding

Cindy finds herself in the spotlight.
This week's episodes written by Rachel Pole and Tony Jordan
(Omnibus edition on Sunday)

Contributors

Writer:
Rachel Pole
Writer:
Tony Jordan
Producer:
Alison Davis
Director:
Jonathan Dent
Ian Beale:
Adam Woodyatt
Cindy Beale:
Michelle Collins
David Wicks:
Michael French
Carol Jackson:
Lindsey Coulson
Kathy Mitchell:
Gillian Taylforth
Phil Mitchell:
Steve McFadden
Grant Mitchell:
Ross Kemp
Peggy Mitchell:
Barbara Windsor
Tiffany Raymond:
Martine McCutcheon
Lorraine Wicks:
Jacqueline Leonard
Alan Jackson:
Howard Antony
Nigel Bates:
Paul Bradley
Mark Fowler:
Todd Carty
Sanjay Kapoor:
Deepak Verma
Michael Rose:
Russell Floyd
Barry Evans:
Shaun Williamson
Felix Kawalski:
Harry Landis
Blossom Jackson:
Mona Hammond
DCI Mason:
Campbell Morrison
DS Parker:
Helen Anderson
WPC Rogers:
Susie McKenna
PC Hume:
Jim Shepley

More stories of heroism and bravery in the series which reconstructs real-life rescues. Tonight, ten members of a jet-ski club from Colwyn Bay head out to sea in a desperate search for the owner of a riderless jet ski. Plus, a Siamese cat that came to the rescue when an 18-month-old baby started choking to death, and the second of three reports from Majorca takes a look at the minor ailments that can ruin a holiday.

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Buerk
Presenter:
Juliet Morris
Series producer:
Simon Walton
Editor:
Andrea Wills

Captain Ally McCoist is joined by WBO super-middleweight Steve Collins and Commonwealth 1500m champion Kelly Holmes, while John Parrott lines up with Olympic 400m freestyle medallist Paul Palmer and Nottingham Forest and England midfielder Steve Stone. With quizmaster David Coleman.

Contributors

Presenter:
David Coleman
Team captain:
Ally McCoist
Panellist:
Steve Collins
Panellist:
Kelly Holmes
Team captain:
John Parrott
Panellist:
Paul Palmer
Panellist:
Steve Stone
Executive Producer:
Mike Adley

Patrick Kielty delves into the archives to find the world's funniest commercials.

Tonight, he looks at the cycle of life as it has been depicted in commercials over the past 30 years.
(Postponed from 3 September)
(Stereo) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Presenter:
Patrick Kielty
Director:
Patricia Mordecai
Producer:
Sue Fox

Ecological drama starring Sean Connery, Lorraine Bracco

A cold reception greets scientist Rae Crane in the humid South American rainforest, because reclusive biochemist Robert Campbell brooks no interference with his work. On the trail of a medical miracle, he grudgingly takes the young woman along for the ride. (1992, PG)

(Stereo) (Subtitled)
(See Films: pages 57-64)

Contributors

Director:
John McTiernan
Dr Robert Campbell:
Sean Connery
Dr Rae Crane:
Lorraine Bracco
Jahausa:
Francisco Tsirene Tsere Rereme
Palala:
Elias Monteiro Da Silva
Tanaki:
Rodolfo de Alexandre
Dr Miguel Ornega:
Jose Wilker
Imana:
Bec-Kana-Re Dos Santos Kaiapo
Kalana:
Edinei Maria Serrio Dos Santos
Medicine man:
Angelo Barra Moreira
Government man:
Jose Lavat

Mystery thriller starring Judy Davis, John Bach

Old photographs provide the clue which leads to danger when tough tax attorney Nina Bailey learns of the death of photographer Georgia White, revealed to have been Nina's natural mother. Suicide or murder, someone wants the facts to finally surface, with deadly consequences. (1988 15)
See Films: pages 57-64 ***

Contributors

Director:
Ben Lewin
Nina Bailey:
Judy Davis
Georgia White:
Judy Davis
William Karlin:
John Bach
Elizabeth:
Julia Blake
Frank LeMat:
Marshall Napier
Laszlo:
Alex Meng Let
Scarlatti:
Lewis Fiander
Librarian:
Roy Baldwin
First policewoman:
Keryn Boyer

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