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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.
EditorAndrew Thompson

Contributors

Unknown:
John Nicolson
Unknown:
Sophie Raworth.

More medical matters put under the microscope. As part of the BBC's Fighting Fat, Fighting Fit campaign Wesley Kerr reveals the secret of Scandinavians' longevity. Plus a report on the woman with ovarian cancer who can only get the drugs she needs from the NHS if she moves house.
Presented by Alice Beer, with Dr Mark Porter and Angela Rippon.
Eat yourself slim: page 32

Contributors

Presenter:
Alice Beer
Presenter:
Dr Mark Porter
Presenter:
Angela Rippon
Reporter:
Wesley Kerr
Series Producer:
Sarah-Jane Cohen
Editor:
Owen Gay

Grant and Louise form an uneasy alliance, while Ruth makes shocking discovery.
(For cast see Tuesday)
Website: [web address removed]
BBC Video and Book: The Mitchells: Naked Truths video, price £13.99: Blood Ties: the Life and Loves of Grant Mitchell by Kate Lock, available in paperback, price £4.99. See This Week: p7; Soap and flannel: p12; Experts' View: p143

Andrew Marshall's comedy about tortuous father-son relationships returns for a six-part second series. Starring George Cole, Kevin McNally, Julia Hills, Toby Ross-Bryant

Since his dad's health problems brought Alan closer to him, Alan's nerves have become particularly bad.
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Writer:
Andrew Marshall
Director:
Julia May
Director:
Nick Wood
Producer:
Marcus Mortimer
Brian:
George Cole
Alan:
Kevin McNally
Beryl:
Julia Hills
Vincent:
Toby Ross-Bryant
Mr Copperfield:
John Barrard
Estate agent:
Tim Briggs
Russ:
Gerard James
Tod:
Ben Richards
Mick:
Ralph van Duk
Policeman:
Karl Jenkinson
Nurse:
Victoria McFarlane

The docu-soap set in Paddington Green in west London continues with a dilemma for prostitute Jackie McAuliffe. Plus 85-year-old Harry Gilbert is cultivating an elixir of youth in his cellar.
The series continues tomorrow at 9.30pm.
See today's choices.
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Subject:
Jackie McAuliffe
Subject:
Harry Gilbert
Producer:
Nikki Melluish
Series Editor:
Bridget Sneyd

Five years after the murder of his son Stephen, Neville Lawrence, in a special report for Panorama examines whether the Metropolitan Police is doing enough to combat racism. He meets victims of racist crime where police have failed to bring perpetrators to justice.
(Note: as Panorama is topical and likely to react to events in the news, its subject matter may change)

Contributors

Reporter:
Neville Lawrence
Producer:
Jay Hunt
Editor:
Peter Horrocks

Thriller starring Peter Coyote, Courtney Thorne-Smith

When Lieutenant Ted Lutz is posted to Nevada, his commanding officer, Colonel Andrew Chase, takes a shine to his vulnerable wife. As the colonel's advances escalate, and her husband keeps being sent away on assignments, Helen Lutz's life on the base soon turns into a nightmare.
(1994, 15)
See Films: pages 52-58 **

Contributors

Director:
Tim Matheson
Col Andrew Chase:
Peter Coyote
Helen Lutz:
Courtney Thorne-Smith
Lt Ted Lutz:
Tom Verica
Cpl Reed:
Keith Amos
Paula White:
Beth Toussaint
Cpl Weingart:
Thom Vernon
Maj Matthew James:
Tom Mason
Lt Keith Waite:
Todd McKee
Sheriff:
Drew Snyder
Deputy sheriff:
Thom McFadden

The first of a season of Monday Night Westerns tonight starring Gregory Peck, Desi Arnaz Jr

Half-Indian Billy Two Hats and grizzled Scotsman Deans become fugitives after robbing a bank. Pursued by the vicious and racist Sheriff Gifford, the unlikely friendship between the two outlaws is pushed to the limit as they are relentlessly hunted down.
(1973)
See Films: pages 52-58 ***

Followed by Weather

Contributors

Director:
Ted Kotcheff
Deans:
Gregory Peck
Billy:
Desi Arnaz Jr
Gifford:
Jack Warden
Esther:
Sian Barbara Allen
Copeland:
David Huddleston
Spencer:
John Pearce

BBC One London

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

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