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The second of three colour musicals on BBC2 this week, starring Jane Powell, Cliff Robertson

Dodie has a problem. She's in love with three different men, all of whom are in love with her. Which one should she marry?
(1957, U)
(Summer Stock is on tomorrow at 1.10pm)
See Films: pages 56-67 ***

Contributors

Director:
Mitchell Leisen
Dodie:
Jane Powell
Pete:
Cliff Robertson
Neil:
Keith Andes
Marge:
Kaye Ballard
Buzz:
Tommy Noonan
Mom:
Una Merkel
Sam:
Kelly Brown
Pauline:
Judy Nugent
Pop:
Frank Cady
on BBC Two England

Esther Rantzen's guests are people who married their boss. Some couples found it wrecked their working rapport while others say their careers have blossomed.
(Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter:
Esther Rantzen

Fredo's daughter has nightmares about a killer.
(Repeat) (Stereo)

Contributors

Writer:
Eric Gethers
Director:
Peter Duffell
Lt Patrick Brogan:
Ted Shackelford
Officer Jack Haldane:
Rob Youngblood
Officer Jane Castle:
Simone Bendix
Sally Brogan:
Nancy Paul
Matt:
Nic Klein
Liz:
Megan Olive
Podly:
Jerome Willis

The current affairs series with a British-Asian perspective.

Tonight's report shows that little has changed in Bradford since the riots of 1995, and that the Manningham area of the city is still living on the edge of violence. The tension among Muslim youngsters, their elders and the police continues to simmer. Tonight's programme asks how the situation can be resolved.

Contributors

Producer:
Brian James
Series Editor:
Mike Finlason

The region's leisure programme. John Fletcher takes members of a London bowls club for a day out in Tunbridge Wells, Kent; BBC weatherman John Kettley takes a walk around the picturesque village of Standon in Hertfordshire; and in Trading Places a lady scuba diver swaps with a dragon-boat racer.
(Regional Programme: see variations in panel on left)

Contributors

Presenter:
John Fletcher
Reporter:
John Kettley
Producer:
Gary Wicks
Series Editor:
Alison Rooper
on BBC Two England

Theoffbeatguideto the countryside returns with a 12-part series.
Nick Fisher discovers the secrets of amber and why it is being washed up on the east coast of England. Lyndsay
Cannon finds a tropical lagoon in Derbyshire, and RayMears retraces his Surrey roots. With BlanaidAughney.
See today's choices.
Producer Annette Martin ; Series producer Sarah Rowlands

Contributors

Unknown:
Nick Fisher
Producer:
Annette Martin
Producer:
Sarah Rowlands

Regional Variations (2)

Absolutely Fabulous

Series 1

Episode 4: Iso Tank

Duration: 25 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Available for years

Edina tries out the latest 'in' experience: the immersion tank. In a bizarre string of events, she also attends an open day at Saffron's school and adopts some Romanian babies. Show more

Regional Variations (2)

This Life

Series 2

Episode 11: She's Gotta Get It

Duration: 45 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Drama series about a group of young house-sharing lawyers. Miles is jealous of Anna's sudden success. And Milly is brooding about Rachel and O'Donnell in Paris. Show more

Jenny Smith is the new vicar of the village of Kelbrook in Lancashire and calls her dog Dibley after the Dawn French sitcom. But she has her work cut out to be accepted.

Then Video Nation Music Shorts

Contributors

Subject:
Jenny Smith
Director:
Ian Denyer
Series Producer:
Nikki Cheetham

Open University
12.30am Desertification A Threat to Peace?
(Rpt)
1.00 A Level Playing Reid?
(Rpt)
1.30 British Car Transplants
(Rpt)

FETV
2.00 Newsfile 2

Languages
4.00 Speaking Our Language: 13 and 14; French on a Plate: Burgundy

Business and Work
5.00 The Small Business Programme
(Rpt)
20 Steps to Better Management - the Drama

Open University
6.00 Psychology in Action
(Subtitled)
6.25 Why Care?
(Rpt)
6.50-7.15am Population Transition in Italy
(Subtitled)

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