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With John Nicolson and Sophie Raworth. At 7.00, 8.00 Main news, with summaries every half-hour; 7.25,7.55,8.25,8.55 Weather, Regional news, Travel; 7.32,
8.32 Sport; 7.40 Business.
Editor Andrew Thompson

Contributors

Unknown:
John Nicolson
Unknown:
Sophie Raworth.
Editor:
Andrew Thompson

The current-affairs show presented by Juliet Morris.

Home Alone. More than 1,000 children and teenagers under 18 years of age have arrived in Britain this year as lone refugees, unaccompanied by their families or any other adult. They are often traumatised by experiences of war and civil conflict, and need social and financial support, which is not always forthcoming. Anastasia Cooke finds out what life is like for refugee children who are alone in Britain.
Plus a report from Chris Choi on the dangers posed by huge and powerful Chinese fireworks which can be bought over the counter with no restrictions.
(Subtitled)
Write to: Here and Now, [address removed]

Contributors

Presenter:
Juliet Morris
Reporter:
Anastasia Cooke
Reporter:
Chris Choi
Series Producer:
Colin Savage
Editor:
Dave Stanford

Documentary series about Birmingham children's hospital. The casualty department is kept busy treating five-year-old Jake [text removed], who has a rubber wedged firmly up his nose, and seven-year-old Steven [text removed], who has cut his foot while playing in a public fountain.
Six-week-old Jessica [text removed] is rushed in for an emergency operation because she cannot feed or breathe properly. Eight-year-old cancer patient Aaron [text removed] is well enough to go home, once he starts eating properly again, but two-year-old Ellie [text removed], who has had surgery on a cancerous brain tumour, must return to hospital because of an infection.

Contributors

Producer:
David Berry
Series Editor:
Alison Rooper

Continuing the series that looks behind the scenes at the Forest Mere health farm in Surrey. It's weight-loss week down at the health farm, but some of the dieters have unrealistic goals.
Tensions are building up among the staff, who are tired and emotional after working for up to 100 hours a week since Forest Mere re-opened. When Dorothy, the establishment's owner, complains that Terry, the general manager, is not doing his job properly, tempers erupt.
(Subtitled)
The ultimate in pampering: Giveaways and offers, page

Contributors

Director:
Fiona Calvert
Series Producer:
Kaye Godleman

America is in the front line of a new war of terrorism which threatens its citizens around the world. Islamic militants loyal to Saudi millionaire Osama Bin Laden have sworn death to America and their anger also threatens her allies, such as Britain. Jane Corbin visits East Africa, Sudan and America to investigate.
See today's choices.

(Note: as Panorama is topical and likely to react to events in the news, its subject matter may change)

Contributors

Reporter:
Jane Corbin
Producer:
Kevin Sutcliffe
Editor:
Peter Horrocks

Comedy starring Steve Martin, Mary Steenburgen, Dianne Wiest

Gil Buckman is determined that his children will have a better childhood than he did. But he discovers that parents' great expectations for their offspring rarely match up to reality.
(1989, 15)
See Films: pp 63-74 *****

Contributors

Director:
Ron Howard
Gil Buckman:
Steve Martin
Karen Buckman:
Mary Steenburgen
Helen:
Dianne Wiest
Frank:
Jason Robards
Nathan:
Rick Moranis
Larry:
Tom Hulce
Tod:
Keanu Reeves
Julie:
Martha Plimpton
Susan:
Harley Kozak
Garry:
Leaf Phoenix
Kevin:
Jasen Fisher

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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