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Bee Gee Robin Gibb talks to Esther McVey at his Florida home, Mike Harding continues his spiritual quest by visiting Manchester's Chinatown, while Toyah Willcox joins presenters Kevin Woodford and Catrina Skepper in the studio.
Executive producer Chris Loughlin
COMMENT LINE: [number removed]

Contributors

Presenter:
Kevin Woodford
Presenter:
Catrina Skepper
Executive Producer:
Chris Loughlin

Comedy, third in the Love Bug series, starring Dean Jones.
The loveable Volkswagen Beetle enters the Paris-Monte Carlo rally. But jewel thieves have hidden a diamond in Herbie's petrol tank and are soon in hot pursuit.
(1977, U)
See Films: pages 54-61

Contributors

Director:
Vincent McEveety
Jim Douglas:
Dean Jones
Wheely Applegate:
Don Knotts
Diane Darcy:
Julie Sommars
Inspector Bouchet:
Jacques Marin
Quincey:
Roy Kinnear

Loyd Grossman this week introduces three hopefuls from the Home Counties. who are judged by actor Simon Shepherd and foodie Mary Contini.
Digital widescreen Subtitled .............

Contributors

Unknown:
Loyd Grossman
Unknown:
Simon Shepherd
Unknown:
Mary Contini.

Deborah McAndrew visits Florida, where she meets native Seminole Americans, visits the Kennedy Space Centre and learns about hurricanes. Hymns sung in the outdoor "Chapel by the Lake" in West Palm Beach include I, the Lord of Sea and Sky, Majesty and To God Be the Glory.
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)

A six-part comedy set on a remote RAF station.
Flt Lt Harrison arrives at the Scottish base.
See today's choices.
Written by Pete Sinclair and Trevelyan Evans
Director Lissa Evans
Producer Peter Thornton
Digital widescreen

Contributors

Written By:
Pete Sinclair
Written By:
Trevelyan Evans
Director:
Ussa Evans
Producer:
Peter Thomton
Fit Lt Harrison:
Chris Lang
Airman Tench:
Felix Bell
Wg-Comdr Campbell-Stokes:
Roger Blake
lain Guthrie:
Tony Roper
Douggie Maclaggan:
Tom Watson
Eilidh Guthrie:
Zoe Eeles
Mrs Mulvey:
Georgie Glen
Callum:
Michael Blair

Hugh Scully revisits Syon House in west London with Victoria Leatham , and introduces previously unseen clips from the series. Producer Michele Burgess
Executive producer Christopher Lewis
Digital widescreen Subtitled ...

Contributors

Unknown:
Hugh Scully
Unknown:
Victoria Leatham
Producer:
Michele Burgess
Producer:
Christopher Lewis

Ainsley Harriott , with Jo Brand , uses tomatoes in another celebrity recipe for Comic Relief. Director Steve Smith : Producers Jon Rowlands and Sue Vertue INFORMATION: see listing after Births.
Marriages and Deaths, tomorrow on BBC2

Contributors

Unknown:
Ainsley Harriott
Unknown:
Jo Brand
Director:
Steve Smith
Producers:
Jon Rowlands
Producers:
Sue Vertue

Holiday presenters take upjobs in the travel industry. Toyah Willcox runs a Greek taverna while Craig Doyle becomes an Australian outbackguide. Series producer Fenia Vardanis Executive producer Jane Lush
Repeat Subtitled ........................

Contributors

Unknown:
Toyah Willcox
Unknown:
Craig Doyle
Producer:
Fenia Vardanis

Continuing the docu-soap about the marriage capital of Britain.
Trish has chosen to marry Rob in Gretna Green but she's worried how her teenage daughter will take the news.
(Digital widescreen)

Contributors

Series Producer:
Helen Richards
Executive Producer:
Stephen Lambert

Eighth episode of the dark ten-part drama.
Bernie and Father Matthew seek advice from the Bishop.
Contains sex scenes and strong language. See today's choices.
Episode written by Jimmy McGovern
Producer Matthew Bird ; Director David Moore Digital widescreen + Kaye Wragg : People, page 14

Contributors

Unknown:
Father Matthew
Written By:
Jimmy McGovern
Producer:
Matthew Bird
Director:
David Moore
Unknown:
Kaye Wragg
Danny Kavanagh:
John Simm
Emma Kavanagh:
Emma Cunniffe
Bernie Quinlan:
Mary Jorandle
Father Matthew:
Robert Pugh
Bishop:
Anthony Newley
Peter Quinlan:
Paul Copley
Lucy Archer:
Kaye Wragg
Chef:
Charles Dale
Ruth:
Elizabeth Berrington
Sheila Thwaite:
Elizabeth Rider
Pete Quinlan:
James Thornton
John Fisher:
Kevin Doyle
Sergeant Slater:
Bob Mason
Beverly:
Annabelle Apsion
Albie:
Matt Bar Dock
Julie:
Samantha Seager
Tharmy:
Lee Oakes
Joey:
Robin Laing
Mrs Archer:
Elizabeth Bennett
Mr Archer:
Nicholas Day
Grandad:
Tony Rohr
Charles Kilbride:
Robert Morgan
Jo Jo Spiers:
Amanda Mealing
Dr Sarah Kilbride:
Barbara Wilshere

Archive comedy clips, with Zoe Ball and Stuart Miles.

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Clips of the Night:
The Fast Show
Not the Nine o'Clock News
The Two Ronnies

Comedy Genius Clips: French and Saunders -
Little girls fighting in playground Elizabethan ladies with beer mugs... Ballet documentary

Lines for Clips of the Night close about five minutes before the end of the show, and at midnight on Tuesday for Comedy Genius Clips.

Next edition is on Wednesday at 8.30pm

Contributors

Presenter:
Zoe Ball
Presenter:
Stuart Miles
Director/Producer:
Steven D Wright

The Mark of Time. For Jews circumcision is a commitment to the continuity of their religious heritage. Joan Bakewell asks whether the right to free religious expression is more importantthan the right to give informed consent.
Series producer Christine Morgan ; Executive producer David Coomes

Contributors

Unknown:
Joan Bakewell
Producer:
Christine Morgan
Producer:
David Coomes

Drama starring
Sissy Spacek ,
Eric Roberts Texas 1944: a young mother falls for a sailor. But their relationship arousesjealousy. Director Jack Rsk (1981.15)
# See Films: pages 54-61 ***
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Sissy Spacek
Unknown:
Eric Roberts
Director:
Jack Rsk

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