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Las Chicas de Hoy en Dia (Today's Girls). A new sit-com from Spanish television about the exploits of two girls living in Madrid. Hunting for jobs, Nuri and Charo end up in the city and decide to share a flat. Presented by Jaswinder Bancil. Producer Mart Beynon Owen
6.30 pm Rough Guide to the World Update
Istanbul. Magenta de Vine and Sankha Guha explore Istanbul, one of the oldest cities in the world. Director Jon Silverside
Series producer Rachel Purnell

Contributors

Presented By:
Jaswinder Bancil.
Producer:
Mart Beynon Owen
Producer:
Sankha Guha
Director:
Jon Silverside
Producer:
Rachel Purnell

Is Labour ready to run Britain again? On the first day of the Labour Party's conference,
Jonathan Dimbleby analyses the party's programme for power and cross-examines the key ministers-in-waiting. Tonight
Shadow Chancellor, the Rt Hon
John Smith , MP, outlines Labour's plans for taxation and the economy. Editor Barbara Maxwell

Contributors

Unknown:
Jonathan Dimbleby
Unknown:
John Smith
Editor:
Barbara Maxwell

Regional Variations (2)

Nairn Across Britain

From Leeds into Scotland

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two England

Available for over a year

First transmitted in 1972, Ian Nairn travels by rail to complete his series of journeys, as dramatic landscapes and deserted stations feature on the line to Edinburgh. Show more

First showing on network television for this comedy of young love featuring the star of Gregory's Girl, John Gordon-Sinclair.
Also starring Irina Brook

Alan, a photographer with a roving eye, is trying to split up with his live-in girlfriend Mary. Meanwhile Ken, his assistant, has fallen hopelessly in love with a girl in one of the hundreds of snaps he develops every week.

(John Gordon-Sinclair stars in "Your Cheatin' Heart" a new drama serial set against Glasgow's country and western music culture, beginning next Thursday on BBC1)
Films: pages 25-30
(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Writer/Director:
Cary Parker
Alan:
John Gordon-Sinclair
Mary:
Irina Brook
Ken:
David McKay
Bill:
Gregor Fisher
Annie:
Caroline Guthrie
Smiley:
Paul Young
Minister:
Rikki Fulton

Kirsty Wark introduces tonight's edition of the arts and media magazine.
Executive producer Janey Walker Editor Roland Keating

Contributors

Introduces:
Kirsty Wark
Producer:
Janey Walker
Editor:
Roland Keating

BBC Two England

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