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Eighth of a 13-part drama series. The latest addition to Home Farm, the kitten Sheba, is not well. Neither is Hannah.
Dramatised by Kate Wood from The Home Farm books by Jenny Oldfield

Contributors

Author:
Jenny Oldfield
Dramatised by:
Kate Wood
Hannah:
Polly Duniam
Helen:
Sophie Duniam
Mary Moore:
Jacquetta May
Sam:
Ben Evans
Fred Hunt:
Raymond Bowers
Lucy Carlton:
Gwenllian Davies
Mrs Aysgarth:
Soo Drouet
Sally Freeman:
Kate O'Sullivan
Doctor:
Rufus Jones

Year nine try to confront the St Joseph's boys who stole Ben's boots. The sixth formers try to earn money for the new car, and there is help on the horizon for Amy in spite of Spencer's bullying.
(For cast see Tuesday) (Subtitled)

Then Rewind: 1915: Poison Gas
David Fried reads 17-year-old Russell McLeod's account of a gas attack on the Western Front during the First World War.

Contributors

Reader (Rewind):
David Fried

The latest consumer news and investigative reports on everything from car dealers to tour operators. With Alice Beer, Adrian Goldberg, Beaky Evetts, Pat O'Mahony and Matt Allwright. (Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)
Hotline: phone on [number removed] Calls charged at national rate; e-mail: [address removed]

Contributors

Presenter:
Anne Robinson
Reporter:
Alice Beer
Reporter:
Adrian Goldberg
Reporter:
Beaky Evetts
Reporter:
Pat O'Mahony
Reporter:
Matt Allwright
Series Producer:
Lisa Ausden
Series Editor:
Helen O'Rahilly

Second part of a drama series, set in the fictional coastal town of Bridehaven, about the people who live and work in this close-knit community. Starring Nick Berry

Mike clashes with an aggressive teacher who arrives in town with a group of navy cadets, while Melanie and Jane each hope to accompany Mike to the Harbour Masters' Ball.
See today's choices.
Episode written by Edward Canford-Dumas
(Repeated next Monday)
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)
Our ship is coming in... :p22

Contributors

Writer:
Edward Canford-Dumas
Producer:
Steve Lanning
Director:
Tim Dowd
Mike Nicholls:
Nick Berry
Jane Ford:
Matilda Ziegler
WPC Melanie Rush:
Tina Hobley
Aunt Nicholls:
Paola Dionisotti
Tony Simpson:
Gerard Horan
Elvis:
Louis Mahoney
Alan Semple:
Nicholas Ball
George Blade:
Freddie Davies
Rita Blade:
Margot Leicester
Steve Blade:
Tim Matthews
Jason Blade:
Francis Pope
Kelly Blade:
Emma Pike
Nancy Ford:
Gillian Raine
Bill Ford:
Arthur Cox
Jake Ford:
Liam Tattershall
Joanna Ellis:
Elisa Degrey
Richard:
Simon Fenton
Mr Witham:
Lionel Guyett
Magistrate:
Nicholas Chagrin
President:
Michael Hoskinson
Hostess:
Julie Pratten

Desmond Lynam with viewers' comments on BBC television programmes.
Write to Points of View, [address removed], or phone/fax on [number removed]. The e-mail address is [email address removed]

Contributors

Presenter:
Desmond Lynam
Series Producer:
Annie Lewis Marffy

The second of a new seven-part serial of Kay Mellor's drama about a South Yorkshire women's football team.
There is a shock in store for Jo when she discovers the identity of her real father. Meanwhile, Shazza and Eddie embark on new careers.
See today's choices.
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Writer:
Kay Mellor
Producer:
Hugh Warren
Director:
Nick Laughland
Sharon Pearce:
Marsha Thomason
Luke Mullen:
Ralph Ineson
Jo Mullen:
Jo McInnes
Mrs Mullen:
Elizabeth Spriggs
Matthew Mullen:
Chris Walker
Theresa Mullen:
Lesley Sharp
Eddie Ryan:
John Thomson
Mr Mullen:
James Ellis
Diane Powell:
Debra Stephenson
Rick Powell:
Nicholas Gleaves
Dave Powell:
Tim Dantay
Geraldine Powell:
Lorraine Ashbourne
Kate Howard:
Olivia Caffrey
Mr Crowther:
Matthew Lloyd Davies
Ryan Pratt:
Lee Ross
Francine Pratt:
Brigit Forsyth
Mrs Webb:
Rowena Cooper
Neil:
Jack Deam
John Dolan:
James Nesbitt
Jim Pratt:
Ricky Tomlinson
Rita Dolan:
Melanie Hill
Angie Gill:
Tracy Whitwell
Mikey:
Emma Rydal

Comedy sports quiz hosted by Nick Hancock with David Gower, Gary Lineker, Rory McGrath, Lee Hurst, boxer Steve Collins and Tony Hawks.
(Repeat)

Contributors

Presenter:
Nick Hancock
Panellist:
David Gower
Panellist:
Gary Lineker
Panellist:
Rory McGrath
Panellist:
Lee Hurst
Panellist:
Steve Collins
Panellist:
Tony Hawks
Director:
Ian Lorimer
Producer:
Harry Thompson

Tonight's programme is from Pebble Mill in Birmingham, where the panel includes Baroness Jay, Leader of the House of Lords, and Lord Steel. Presented by David Dimbleby.
Website: [web address removed]

Contributors

Presenter:
David Dimbleby
Panellist:
Baroness Jay
Panellist:
Lord [David] Steel
Executive producer:
George Carey
Series editor:
Charlie Courtauld

Drama starring Cybill Shepherd, Tim Matheson

A recently widowed mother suspects her daughter has been molested by a family friend.
(1994)
See Films: pages 48-53 **

Followed by Weather

Contributors

Director:
Alan Smithee [Ivan Passer]
Jody:
Cybill Shepherd
Winn:
Tim Matheson
Sam:
Karis Paige Bryant
Leonard Rosenglass:
Kurtwood Smith
Spence Cunningham:
Dion Anderson

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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