Programme Index

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Live coverage of the first morning's play in the Fourth Cornhill Insurance Test between England and South Africa, from Trent Bridge. Introduced by Tony Lewis, with reports from Simon Hughes.
See Jonathan Agnew: page 36

Contributors

Presenter:
Tony Lewis
Commentary:
Richie Benaud
Commentary:
David Gower
Commentary:
Barry Richards
Reporter:
Simon Hughes
Producer:
Paul Davies
Producer:
Alan Griffiths
Editor:
Philip Bernie

The documentary series following the fortunes of four young people who want to be famous.
Today budding pop star Justin flies to London for meetings, Tom and the band have an important gig, Sarah attends an audition and Jade discovers whether she's been shortlisted for a part in Byker Grove.
(Repeated next Monday on BBC2)

Continuing the series that helps shoppers to make sound choices.

As part of a series of reports from the USA Wesley Kerr uncovers fantastic bargains to be found in a small town in Alabama. Two couples from the Midlands find the best places to buy plants and there's a look at getting good value in dog-training courses. Presented by Vanessa Feltz.

Contributors

Presenter:
Vanessa Feltz
Reporter:
Wesley Kerr
Series Producer:
Sarah-Jane Cohen
Editor:
Owen Gay

The interior-design show. This week's challenges are to transform a child's bedroom into an Arthurian-style dining room and to create a contemporary yet classic sitting room, as neighbours in Birmingham swap decorating duties. With handyman Andy Kane, and designers Anna Ryder Richardson and Graham Wynne. Presented by Carol Smillie.
See today's choices.
(Subtitled)
Booklet: please send cheque/PO for £3.75, payable to BSS. to [address removed]

Contributors

Presenter:
Carol Smillie
Handyman:
Andy Kane
Designer:
Anna Ryder Richardson
Designer:
Graham Wynne
Director:
Alison Reid
Director:
Susannah Walker
Producer:
Caspar Peacock

Continuing the sixties telephone switchboard drama.

Ricky Rocket - a Billy Fury lookalike and guitarist with his own band - tries to recruit Chris to be his lead singer. But a flu epidemic at the exchange could lead to a change in plan.

Contributors

Writer:
Julie Rutterford
Producer:
Laurence Bowen
Director:
Dermot Boyd
Chris Cross:
Letitia Dean
Sylvia Sands:
Amy Marston
Ronni Ferrari:
Helen Sheals
Val Pepper:
Samantha Seager
Susi Simmons:
Samantha Hardcastle
Miss Armitage:
Stephanie Turner
Miss Marriott:
Maggie McCarthy
Dave Curtis:
Mark Aiken
Mike Simmons:
Stephen Lord
Johnny:
Martin O'Brien
Raymond Barnes:
Vincenzo Nicoli
Ricky Rocket:
Alan Westaway
Danny:
Martin Freeman
Ted Monk:
Mark Spalding
Archie Glover:
Iain Rogerson
Aunt Helen:
Helen Blatch
Dr Taylor:
Charles Armstrong

The drama about a former policeman, now an insurance investigator, returns for a six-part, second series. Starring Kevin Whately

Investigator Jimmy Griffin is back with his wife and family, but worries at home prove a distraction from his work.

See today's choices.
Kevin Whately's questionnaire: page 20

Contributors

Writer:
Dusty Hughes
Producer:
Carol Wilks
Director:
Moira Armstrong
Jimmy Griffin:
Kevin Whately
Sally Griffin:
Annette Ekblom
Jodie Griffin:
Holly Davidson
Dominic Griffin:
Danny Worters
Vinny Stanley:
Al Hunter Ashton
Harriet Potter:
Charlotte Bellamy
Alex Godzilla Turnbull:
John McEnery
Frank Mortimer:
Trevor Byfield
Patsy Steele:
Louise Beattie
Supt Staples:
William Gaminara
Melanie Raitt:
Trilby James
Supt Baumber:
John Rowe
Desk sergeant:
Colin Haigh
Rose Smith:
Margaret Towner
Arthur Smith:
John Gabriel
Gary:
Justin Grattan

The first of four documentaries about women at the top of the medical profession.

Cosmetic surgeon Judy Evans has made a name for herself both in private practice and in the NHS. Evans is passionate about helping people to rebuild their lives - especially those who have been disfigured by cancer.
See today's choices.
(Subtitled)

Contributors

Subject:
Judy Evans
Producer:
Marilyn Gaunt
Executive Producer:
Polly Bide

Film premiere. Thriller starring Timothy Daly, Lauren Holly

An undercover cop is murdered after stealing a fortune from drug baron Angel Perno. In order to find the money, Angel sets out to woo the dead man's wife.
(1994, 15)
See Films: pages 42-48 ***

Contributors

Unknown:
Timothy Daly
Unknown:
Lauren Holly
Director:
Michael Scott

Drama, based on a true story, starring
Jill Clayburgh , Brad Davis
Suspicions of child abuse come to light when parents express fears about a day nursery. Director Linda Otto (1990, 18)
See Films: pages 42-48 ***
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Jill Clayburgh
Unknown:
Brad Davis
Director:
Linda Otto

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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