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Wayne becomes a councillor on bullying, while year seven plot revenge on Dai Jones.
This week's episodes written by Diane Whitley
Part 6 on Thursday at 5.10pm Stereo

Contributors

Writer:
Diane Whitley
Lucy:
Belinda Crane
Dennis:
Alan Cave
Tom:
Oliver Elmidoro
Matt:
Robert Stuart
Cracker:
Jonathan Marchant-Heatley
Lisa:
Charlotte McDonagh
Wayne:
Peter Morton
Lauren:
Melanie Joseph
Alec:
Thomas Carey
Josh:
Jamie Groves
Joanna:
Fiona Wade
Dudley:
Stephen Hammett

Carol Smillie is in New Orleans, Kathy Tayler stops over in Singapore on the way to the beaches of neighbouring Bintan island, and Kevin Woodford reports on Ibiza. Sankha Guha tries a driving holiday which includes a bargain stay in a Scottish castle, and John Holdsworth sees Florence for under£25.
Producers Andrew Fettis and Paul Wooding
Editor Jane Lush Stereo

Contributors

Unknown:
Carol Smillie
Unknown:
Kathy Tayler
Unknown:
Kevin Woodford
Unknown:
John Holdsworth
Producers:
Andrew Fettis
Producers:
Paul Wooding

Lorraine has some disappointing news for Grant, and Sanjay makes a shocking discovery of his own.
This week's episodes written by Annie Wood and Julie Wassmer

Contributors

Writer:
Annie Wood
Writer:
Julie Wassmer
Producer:
Mike Hudson
Director:
Chris Miller
Phil Mitchell:
Steve McFadden
Kathy Mitchell:
Gillian Taylforth
Sanjay Kapoor:
Deepak Verma
Gita Kapoor:
Shobu Kapoor
Lorraine Wicks:
Jacqueline Leonard
Joe Wicks:
Paul Nicholls
Ricky Butcher:
Sid Owen
Bianca Jackson:
Patsy Palmer
Grant Mitchell:
Ross Kemp
Peggy Mitchell:
Barbara Windsor
George Palmer:
Paul Moriarty
Pat Evans:
Pam St Clement
Roy Evans:
Tony Caunter
Barry Evans:
Shaun Williamson
Carol Jackson:
Lindsey Coulson
Alan Jackson:
Howard Antony
Frankie:
Syan Blake
Simon Raymond:
Andrew Lynford
Tony Hills:
Mark Homer
Sarah Hills:
Daniela Denby-Ashe
Nigel Bates:
Paul Bradley
Clare Tyler:
Gemma Bissix
Michael Rose:
Russell Floyd

This week at Liverpool's Alder Hey children's hospital, six-year-old Lucy [text removed], is fitted with a pacemaker, two-year-old Adam [text removed] is rushed in from North Wales with a blood infection which can kill children in hours, and in casualty, a woman is convinced her grandson has swallowed a screw.
(Stereo)

Contributors

Producer:
Michael Houldey
Producer:
John Triffitt
Executive Producer:
Jeremy Mills

Comedy with the inept policemen.

Briggs and Louis are sent to track down a stolen sacred Indian carving with a curse on it.

Contributors

Writer:
Steve Knight
Writer:
Mike Whitehill
Director:
Graeme Harper
Producer:
Nic Phillips
Bob Louis:
Jasper Carrott
Dave Briggs:
Robert Powell
Superintendent Cottam:
George Sewell
Gray Wolf:
Anthony Valentine
Pike:
Mark Steel
Nozzer:
Tony Selby
T-Leaf:
Tat Whalley
Fat Reg:
Stephen Marcus
Landlord:
Dicken Ashworth
Charlie:
Tim Stern
Shop assistant:
Dean Gatiss
Tony:
Lyndam Gregory

Comedy series starring Harry Enfield, with Paul Whitehouse and Kathy Burke.
Tonight, Enfield stars as Il Postino Pat, with Dawn French as his beloved Signora Goggins. Plus, Harry the toddler, who hides his baby sister, and Tim Nice-but-Dim. See today's choices.
BBC Video: Harry Enfield and Chums 97 price £12.99, available from retailers.
Bringing up Harry: page 8

Contributors

Comedian:
Harry Enfield
[Actor]:
Paul Whitehouse
[Actress]:
Kathy Burke
Signora Goggins:
Dawn French
Director:
Dominic Brigstocke
Producer:
Sophie Clarke-Jervoise

Following the rape and murder of seven-year-old Megan Kanka in a small New Jersey town three years ago, by a convicted paedophile, her mother Maureen successfully campaigned for a new law in the United States to make known convicted sex offenders. Tonight's programme highlights her campaign and asks if this is the answer to preventing future crimes of this nature.
See today's choices.
See Polly Toynbee: page 14

Contributors

Producer:
Nick Catliff
Series Editor:
Olivia Lichtenstein

Introduced by Gary Lineker with Alan Hansen.

Football
Highlights of the pick of the night's FA Cup fourth-round replays.

Snooker
Second-round action from the Masters snooker championship at the Wembley Conference Centre.

See Alan Hansen: page 33

Contributors

Presenter:
Gary Lineker
Analysis (Football):
Alan Hansen
Commentator (Football):
John Motson
Commentator (Football):
Barry Davies
Commentator (Football):
Jon Champion
Producer:
Vivien Kent
Editor:
Niall Sloane

Comedy directed by and starring Dave Thomas, Rick Moranis
with Max von Sydow

Doug and Bob are two average Canadians who love ice hockey and live for their beer, but they decide to fight back when their favourite brewery is taken over by an evil megalomaniac.
(1983, PG)
See Films: pages 48-51 **

Contributors

Director:
Dave Thomas
Director:
Rick Moranis
Doug McKenzie:
Dave Thomas
Bob McKenzie:
Rick Moranis
Brewmeister Smith:
Max von Sydow
Claude Elsinore:
Paul Dooley
Pam Elsinore:
Lynne Griffin

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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