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The Doctor's Wife. Julia's life-saving skills are put to the test.
Writer Moya O'Shea

Contributors

Unknown:
Moya O'Shea
Leon Wood:
Donovan Ross
Vince Wood:
Joseph Mydell
DI Baxter:
Ben Nealon
Frank Ryan:
Steve Garti
Joanne Ryan:
Jan Graveson
Karen Ryan:
Debbie Howard
Lily O'Neil:
Daisy Bates
Rai Gill:
Chris Nayak
Geoff:
Duncan Barton
Nigel Baines:
Garry Cooper
Katherine Baines:
Moira Brooker
Geraldine Doyle:
Jan Chappell
Tara Campbell:
Harri Earthy
SYlvie Campbell:
Mel Martin
Marcus Campbell:
Paul Jerricho

3/6. Which of Doctors star Christopher Timothy , Fame Academy's David Grant , Goodness Gracious
Me's Nina Wadia and Keeping up Appearances actor Clive Swift will make it through to the final?

Contributors

Unknown:
Christopher Timothy
Unknown:
David Grant
Unknown:
Nina Wadia
Unknown:
Clive Swift

England v Poland
England's World Cup fate could hang in the balance at Old Trafford in Manchester as they face Poland (kick-off 7.45) in their final Group Six qualifier.
If England defeated Austria last Saturday at this same venue, a similar result tonight will send them directly through to next summer's tournament in Germany. Anything less and Sven-Goran Eriksson 's men may face the unappealing prospect of a play-off.
The home side will be hoping for a repeat of the 2-1 win from the reverse game in Warsaw, with Spurs striker Jermain Defoe marking his first international start with a superbly taken goal. But no game against tonight's opponents can fail to mention the infamous night in 1973 when failure to beat the Poles at Wembley cost England a place in the World Cup finals.
Gary Lineker hosts. Commentary by John Motson and Graham Le Saux. The match is repeated at 1.10am. Editor Paul Armstrong INTERACTIVE: rolling highlights, in-vision scores, audio options, statistics and news available via the red handset button

Contributors

Unknown:
Sven-Goran Eriksson
Unknown:
Jermain Defoe
Unknown:
Gary Lineker
Commentary By:
John Motson
Commentary By:
Graham Le Saux.
Editor:
Paul Armstrong

6/7. Saturday. It's Howard and Mel's big moment. Will it be a day they'll never forget for the right reasons?
Writers/Producers Mark Bussell and Justin Sbresni
Director Dan Zeff
Followed by National Lottery Update

Contributors

Producers:
Mark Bussell
Producers:
Justin Sbresni
Director:
Dan Zeff
Howard:
Ben Miller
Mel:
Sarah Alexander
Angela:
Alison Steadman
Dick:
Geoffrey Whitehead
Sophie:
Emma Pierson
Cassie:
Raquel Cassidy
Eve:
Janine Duvitski
Dom:
Dean Lennox Kelly
Granny Cox:
Hazel Douglas
Fraser:
Ronald Pickup

Easy-going comedy starring Goldie Hawn and Chris Sarandon. After accidentally saving the life of an Arab diplomat, a cocktail waitress is drafted into the US's Department of Protocol. Review page 55.
Director Herbert Ross (1984, PG)

Contributors

Unknown:
Chris Sarandon.
Director:
Herbert Ross
Sunny Davis:
Goldie Hawn
Michael Ransome:
Chris Sarandon
Emir of Ohtar:
Richard Romanus
Nawaf Al Kabeer:
Andre Gregory
Mrs St John:
Gall Strickland
Hilley:
Cliff de Young
Crowe:
Keith Szarabajka
Hassler:
Ed Begley Jr
Vice President Merck:
James Staley
Lou:
Kenneth Mars

Signed programmes.
Horizon 4/9. The controversial work of a doctor who claims he can make people walk again.
3.45 A Year at Kew 8/12; series two. Jim and Laura prepare to take charge of the most controversial art exhibit ever to be shown at Kew.

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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