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Last of the drama series. Will the twins find the cause of Sultan's illness and will he survive?
A new series is planned for next year.
Dramatised by Diane Whitley from The Home Farm books by Jenny Oldfield


Jenny Oldfield
Dramatised by:
Diane Whitley
Hannah Moore:
Polly Duniam
Helen Moore:
Sophie Duniam
Mary Moore:
Jacquetta May
David Moore:
Martin Ball
Ben Evans
Fred Hunt:
Raymond Bowers
Sally Freeman:
Kate O'Sullivan
Mr Saunders:
Todd Boyce
Laura Saunders:
Sarah Coombes

Kamal is in court to be sentenced.
Last in the series. A new series is in the planning stages.
(For cast see Tuesday) (Subtitled)

Followed by Rewind: 1925: My New School
Mark Guildea recounts the nine-year-old Roald Dahl's, the world-famous children's writer, first day at boarding school.


Presenter (Rewind):
Mark Guildea

The latest consumer news and topical 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)
Hotline: phone on [number removed] Calls charged at national rate; e-mail: [email address removed]


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

Seventh part of the drama series set in the fictional coastal town of Bridehaven, starring Nick Berry

It's off-season and Bridehaven is dead, but Mike has a plan. After a whale is found beached just along the coast, he suggests the townspeople should practise whale-rescuing. Soon everyone is too busy to notice that Kelly Blade is thinking of running off with her unsuitable new boyfriend, Granger.
(Repeated next Monday)
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)


Stephen Clarke
Steve Lanning
Terry Bedford
Mike Nicholls:
Nick Berry
Jane Ford:
Matilda Ziegler
Aunt Nicholls:
Paola Dionisotti
Tony Simpson:
Gerard Horan
Louis Mahoney
Will Mellor
George Blade:
Freddie Davies
Steve Blade:
Tim Matthews
Jason Blade:
Francis Pope
Kelly Blade:
Emma Pike
Jake Ford:
Liam Tattershall
PC Busby:
Daniel Ryan
Dennis Clinton
Rough bloke:
William Mickleburgh
Kevin Kibbey

Last part of Kay Mellor's drama about a south Yorkshire women's football team.
Geraldine is forced to face the truth about her father.
This episode contains some strong language. A third series of Playing the Field is being planned.
See today's choices.
Episode written by Sally Wainwright
(Digital widescreen)


Sally Wainwright
Created by:
Kay Mellor
Hugh Warren
Robin Sheppard
Theresa Mullen:
Lesley Sharp
Eddie Ryan:
John Thomson
Rita Dolan:
Melanie Hill
Vicky Dolan:
Adele McCormack
John Dolan:
James Nesbitt
Jim Pratt:
Ricky Tomlinson
Francine Pratt:
Brigit Forsyth
Diane Powell:
Debra Stephenson
Mrs Mullen:
Elizabeth Spriggs
Jo Mullen:
Jo McInnes
Ryan Pratt:
Lee Ross
Jack Deam
Sally Mais
Martin Dolan:
Tom Moore
Rick Powell:
Nicholas Gleaves
Angie Gill:
Tracy Whitwell
Gabrielle Holmes:
Saira Todd
Geraldine Powell:
Lorraine Ashbourne
Dave Powell:
Tim Dantay
Luke Mullen:
Ralph Ineson
Matthew Mullen:
Chris Walker
Mrs Gill:
Anne Reid
Mr Gill:
Tim Wylton
Sharon Pearce:
Marsha Thomason
Kate Howard:
Olivia Caffrey
Emma Rydal
Mr Mullen:
James Ellis
Harry Laycock:
Peter Martin

Comedy sports quiz hosted by Nick Hancock, with David Gower, Gary Lineker and Rory McGrath. The guests are Lord Archer, Jonathan Ross and American comedian Vic Henley. Last in this series of repeats. A new series of They Think It's All Over is in the planning stages.
(Repeat) (Subtitled)


Nick Hancock
Team captain:
David Gower
Team captain:
Gary Lineker
Rory McGrath
Lord Archer [Jeffrey Archer]
Jonathan Ross
Vic Henley
Ian Lorimer
Harry Thompson

Vietnam war drama starring Danny Glover, Willem Dafoe, Brad Johnson

1972: hot shot navy pilot Jake Grafton is in conflict with his hardline commander following the death of a colleague in a raid.
See Films: pages 52-61 **

Followed by Weather


John Milius
Cmdr Frank Camparelli:
Danny Glover
Lt Cmdr Virgil Cole:
Willem Dafoe
Lt Jake 'Cool Hand' Grafton:
Brad Johnson
Rosanna Arquette
Tom Sizemore

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