Regional Variations (2)
Hosted by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
Hosted by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
A retired couple seek a property in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, complete with space for their collection of mini racing cars.
Real-life medical drama at Guy's and St Thomas'. Followed by News; Weather
9/10. Can a rather laid-back chef make a success of his new stall selling Caribbean cuisine?
A septuagenarian entrepreneur needs cash to revamp his car and start a new business venture with his grandson.
Coverage of the first public day includes a preview of some of this year's highlights.
Regional News; Weather
An ailing Steph is spurred into action by a vision of her future.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Confidence. As Mac and Kate enjoy a romantic time at the conference, Julia's on her way to surprise them. Writer Dale Overton Cast p36 6)
What You Don't Know Can KM You An aggressive young resident of Cabot Cove resents a newcomer. First shown on ITV
Pitt has to act as Prosper's apprentice.
5/5. A final team of three kids takes on a trio of business professionals.
See Kids' TV Choices: page
6/13. Liz Barker and Barney Harwood's weekly behind-the-scenes look at how the show is made, plus gossip from the stars.
Doctor Who continues on Saturday.
The Mick of Time, and Collecting your Doctor Who stickers: page 15
Shown at 1.40pm
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett.
Nick Knowles and the team of Alice Beer, Angellica Bell and Anthony Crank criss-cross the globe, responding to viewers' holiday challenges and reporting on travel issues.
Little Mo is thrilled with Oliver's proposal but Stacey is worried that her happiness will be short-lived. Writer Nicholas Hicks Beach This week's episodes produced by Tom Mullens and directed by Chris Richards
Cast on page 36
Repeated 10pm on BBC3 [web address removed]
4/8. Charlie gets his chance at the limelight when he represents TV presenter Kenny Logan (Les Dennis) in a high-profile libel case, while Jack is reluctant to defend a man accused of physically abusing his son.
Legal Drama: New Street Law 8.00pm BBC1
Heaven help the British legal system if it depends on the likes of the barristers in the New Street Law chambers. What an inept, overemotional bunch they are. For instance, this week Jack (John Hannah) comes over all peculiar when asked to defend a father who's accused of thumping his son. We learn that Jack's reticence is bound up with his difficult past. Meanwhile, bumbling Charlie (John Thomson) acts for a TV game-show host (played by, er, TV game-show host Les Dennis) who's suing a tabloid over allegations about his private life; and another chambers member represents (badly) a single mum in a magistrates' court when she's accused of causing the death of an old lady by careless driving.
The frustrating thing is that none of these strands is developed properly. The Les Dennis story, which you'd be entitled to expect would form the core of the episode, is dispensed with unsatisfactorily, and the magistrates' court case is simply baffling. It's a shame, because there's room for a good, tight legal drama on British TV, so fingers crossed New Street Law will eventually find its feet.
4/8. It's summer in Edinburgh, and while pest controllers Jim and Freddy have a gadget to see off the wasps, street cleaner Ray must deal with festival flyer fall-out the old-fashioned way. Arthur Smith narrates. Series producer Jonny Young
Walking the Line. In Southampton tonight, the traffic cops have sealed off the city with a "ring of steel" and are using roadside testing to catch those driving on drugs. Narrated by Jamie Theakston.
Series director/producer Bruce Lippold
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
A panel of politicians and public figures take questions from an audience in Hereford. David Dimbleby chairs the ensuing debate.
Exec producer George Carey ; Series editor Edward Havard CONTACT: phone [number removed] (cost 25p), text [number removed] or email via the website: www.bbc.co.uk/questiontime. Plus Ceefax page
Andrew Neil , Diane Abbott and Michael Portillo are joined by guest Jonathan Miller for a lively look back at the last seven days in politics.
Producers Jessica Atkinson and Vicky Flind ; Editor Jamie Donald
Watch the programme again at www.bbc.co.uk/thisweek
Followed by Weatherview
Panorama Fingerprints in the Dock. How a recent case in Scotland has undermined faith in fingerprinting as a forensic tool. Shown on Sunday at 10.15pm
1.05 The Lost World of Friese-Greene 1/3. Britain's beauty spots in the 1920s, in vivid technicolor. (SD
2.05 Grumpy Old Men 3/6. Bluetooth, VCRs, DVD players and mobile phones all prove irritants.
2.35 Downsize Me 5/9. Will a nuclear scientist from Lancaster find a stress-free life in Lytham St Anne 's?
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