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Mr Wymi saves the day when crooked cooks give everyone sleeping porridge and steal their goods. Mr Wymi IAN ANGUS WILKIE. Billy JAMES YOUNG . Matron JULIE T WALLACE , Henry REGINALD MARSH
. Maude SHEILA LATIMER , Julie DAWN REID
, Sean JONATHAN STRANGE , Sid IAIN GOUCK , Alf GAVIN MITCHELL , Magda IDA SCHUSTER
This week's episodes written by Malcolm Lane
Repeat

Contributors

Unknown:
Mr Wymi
Unknown:
Ian Angus Wilkie.
Unknown:
James Young
Unknown:
Julie T Wallace
Unknown:
Reginald Marsh
Unknown:
Sheila Latimer
Unknown:
Dawn Reid
Unknown:
Jonathan Strange
Unknown:
Iain Gouck
Unknown:
Gavin Mitchell
Unknown:
Ida Schuster
Written By:
Malcolm Lane

Tenth of a 13-part comedy drama. The band have to pretend to be Americans when an inspector arrives. Tina TINA BARRETT. Jon JON LEE .
Hannah HANNAH SPEARRITTI , Paul PAUL CATTERMOLE ,
Rachel RACHEL STEVENS , Jo JO O'MEARA.
Bradley BRADLEY MCINTOSH
Written by Paul Alexander and Simon Braithwaite
Followed by Rewind 1945: Hiroshima Hirofumi Nakatsuka relates how
14-year-old Akihiro Takahashi survived an atomic bomb that was dropped on his home town and killed 80,000.
Repeated tomorrow morning on BBC2

Contributors

Unknown:
Tina Tina Barrett.
Unknown:
Jon Jon Lee
Unknown:
Hannah Hannah Spearritti
Unknown:
Paul Paul Cattermole
Unknown:
Rachel Rachel Stevens
Unknown:
Jo Jo O'Meara.
Unknown:
Bradley Bradley McIntosh
Written By:
Paul Alexander
Written By:
Simon Braithwaite
Unknown:
Akihiro Takahashi

The investigative programme focuses on a clinic in America that aims to help people who are desperate to lose weight. Angela Rippon questions the value of such organisations in cases where all other diets and fitness regimes have failed.
Plus a look at teeth-whitening products and DIY dry cleaning. Presented by Alice Beer , with reporter Wesley Kerr.
Series producer Lisa Ausden ; Editor
Owen Gay

Contributors

Unknown:
Angela Rippon
Presented By:
Alice Beer
Reporter:
Wesley Kerr.
Producer:
Lisa Ausden

Terry Wogan presents another selection of foul-ups and failures from the sporting world. Tonight the accidental action takes in football, cricket, winter sports and rugby. Former athlete Steve Cram and Stuart Hall
from Radio Five Live's
Sports Report join in the fun.
Director Ben Kellett ; Producer Tom Webber

Contributors

Unknown:
Steve Cram
Unknown:
Stuart Hall
Director:
Ben Kellett

Continuing the series about life at Birmingham children's hospital. Twelve-year-old Holly [text removed] , who has had problems with her digestive system for more than half her life, undergoes tests which she hopes will finally lead to a diagnosis.of her puzzling illness. Three specialist surgeons operate on an 11-month-old baby born with her skull bones already fused. And Dr Sue Morgan attends to a boy who has been injured during a game of football.
Producer Jane Merkin ; Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff

Contributors

Unknown:
Holly [text removed]
Unknown:
Dr Sue Morgan
Producer:
Jane Merkin
Producer:
Edward Mirzoeff

When Deborah decides to sell her flat and go travelling in Asia, Gary and Tony go all out to dissuade her.
Neil Morrissey is one of the guests on It's Only TV.... but I Like It, which follows at 10pm.

(Repeat) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Writer:
Simon Nye
Director:
Martin Dennis
Producer:
Beryl Vertue
Gary:
Martin Clunes
Tony:
Neil Morrissey
Deborah:
Leslie Ash
Dorothy:
Caroline Quentin
George:
Ian Lindsay
Anthea:
Valerie Minifie
Ray:
Robin Kermode
Young man:
Ben Fox
Young woman:
Catherine Tate
Man in glasses:
Peter Waddington
Nurse:
Josephine Clarke

Celebrity panel show about television, hosted by Jonathan Ross, with regular team captains Jack Dee and Julian Clary. The guests on this week's edition are actors Neil Morrissey, Barbara Windsor, John Challis and Fay Ripley.
See today's choices.
Repeated next Tuesday
Digital widescreen

Contributors

Unknown:
Jonathan Ross
Unknown:
Jack Dee
Unknown:
Julian Clary.
Unknown:
Neil Morrissey
Unknown:
Barbara Windsor
Unknown:
John Challis
Unknown:
Fay Ripley.
Director:
David G Croft
Producer:
Andy Davies
Producer:
Jon Naismith

Edmund Blackadder is disturbed to find himself falling in love with his new manservant, the strangely feminine Bob.
(Repeat) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Writer:
Richard Curtis
Writer:
Ben Elton
Director:
Mandie Fletcher
Producer:
John Lloyd
Edmund Blackadder:
Rowan Atkinson
Lord Percy:
Tim McInnerny
Baldrick:
Tony Robinson
Queen Elizabeth I:
Miranda Richardson
Lord Melchett:
Stephen Fry
Nursie:
Patsy Byrne
Kate/Bob:
Gabrielle Glaister
Flashheart:
Rik Mayall

Blackadder

Blackadder II

Episode 1: Bells

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One London

Available for 5 months

Sitcom set in Tudor England. The calculating Edmund Blackadder is struck by Cupid's arrow when he takes on a new servant - a girl named Bob. Show more

Contributors

Edmund Blackadder:
Rowan Atkinson
Lord Percy:
Tim McInnerny
Baldrick:
Tony Robinson
Queen Elizabeth I:
Miranda Richardson
Lord Melchett:
Stephen Fry
Flashheart:
Rik Mayall
Mr Leech:
John Grillo
Kate's Father:
Edward Jewesbury
Young Crone:
Sadie Shimmin
Wisewoman:
Barbara Miller
Producer:
John Lloyd
Writer:
Ben Elton

Tonight's special edition comes from London, where the panel of guests, including experts on the Balkans, answer the audience's searching questions on the Kosovo conflict.
Presented by David Dimbleby. Executive producer George Carey Series editor Charlie Courtauld
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/questiontime

Contributors

Presented By:
David Dimbleby.
Producer:
George Carey

Psychological mystery, starring Rachel Roberts
On St Valentine's Day
1900, a party of girls from an exclusive boarding school goes to picnic at the awe-inspiring Hanging Rock. Once there, three girls and a teacher mysteriously disappear.
Director Peter Weir (1975, PG)
* See Films: pp 58-63 ****
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Rachel Roberts
Director:
Peter Weir
Mrs Appleyard:
Rachel Roberts
Michael Fitzhubert:
Dominic Guard
Dianne de Potiers:
Helen Morse
Minnie:
Jacki Weaver
Miss McCraw:
Vivean Gray
Dora Lumley:
Kirsty Child
Miranda:
Anne Lambert
Irma:
Karen Robson
Marion:
Jane Vallis

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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