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Pet Watch

Presented by Bruce Fogle
Jan Batchelor
Wayne Mockett and Dale Winton
This week Pet Watch goes live to Alexandra Palace to cover the Pet Trade and Industry Exhibition.
Jan learns grooming the hard way, Wayne reports back from a pet cemetery and Bruce looks at the future of the E900 million pet industry. If you want to learn more about your pets' future phone in on [number removed]. The line opens at 5.30 pm.
Directors DAVID BARRETT and DEREK NELSON
Producer ROY CHAPMAN
Series producer STEVE TIMMINS
0 INFO: page 95
BBC One London

Pet Watch

Presented by Bruce Fogle , Jan Batchelor Wayne Mockett and Dale Winton
Tonight Jan Batchelor introduces a pet dog into a hospital ward to help care for old people. Bruce Fogle finds out what it's like to keep a 'wild' pet and Wayne goes husky racing. directors YVONNE DEUTSCHMAN and DEREK NELSON producer ROY CHAPMAN
Series producer STEVE TIMMINS
BBC One London

Pet Watch

Presented by Bruce Fogle , Jan Batchelor Wayne Mockett and Dale Winton
In the last programme of the present series Wayne brings back a report from the PDSA in Leeds. A look at what it takes to be one of the world's leading pet photographers, and Bruce, Jan and Dale present the prizes to the competition winners. Directors
DEREK NELSON. DAVID BARRETT Producer ROY CHAPMAN
Series producer STEVE TIMMINS
BBC One London

Pet Watch

Presented by Bruce Fogle , Jan Batchelor Wayne Mockett and Dale Winton
This week Bruce looks at some of the amazing hi-tech methods of diagnosing just how ill your pet is. Wayne gets lost on the Pennines, but unfortunately one of the Search and Rescue dogs finds him. And Jan and Wayne help to save and adopt a starving foal. Directors
DEREK NELSON and DAVID BARRETT Producer ROY CHAPMAN
Series producer STEVE TIMMINS
BBC One London

Pet Watch

Presented by Bruce Fogle
Jan Batchelor , Wayne Mockett and Dale Winton
Vet Bruce Fogle presents this brand new series. Reporter Wayne Mockett visits the animal stars on the EastEnders set to see how they cope with their human co-stars. Jan goes behind the scenes at a circus to see both wild and tame animal acts. Directors
DEREK NELSON and DAVID BARRETT Producer ROY CHAPMAN
Series producer STEVE TIMMINS 0 INFO: page 69
BBC One London

Pet Watch

Presented by Bruce Fogle
Jan Batchelor , Wayne Mockett and Dale Winton
This week Bruce reports back from the kennels of a pack of stag hounds. Jan discovers how acupuncture can benefit a dachshund with a slipped disc, and Wayne sees how well schoolchildren get on with a snake in the classroom. Directors
DEREK NELSON and DAVID BARRETT Producer ROY CHAPMAN
Series producer STEVE TIMMINS
BBC One London

Pet Watch

Presented by Bruce Fogle , Jan Batchelor Wayne Mockett and Dale Winton i Bruce Fogle looks back at the past 50 years of our favourite dogs from the alsatian to the poodle and discusses the awful dangers I of overbreeding.
Jan Batchelor 's report is from
Langford Veterinary School r where she learns what it ' takes to make a vet.
While Wayne Mockett is ! down on a farm helping a vet to cut a bull's toe-nails. And don't forget the phone-in! Directors
DEREK NELSON and DAVID BARRETT Producer ROY CHAPMAN
Series producer STEVE TIMMINS
BBC One London

Dog Watch

5: The Family Pet
So you want to buy a puppy - how do you make sure he's going to be the right dog in your home? And how best can you keep him fit and happy?
In the last programme in this series Peter West seeks expert advice from
A Veterinary Surgeon
Charles Cruft , dog specialist
Jack Kenworthy , Chairman of The Kennel Club Obedience Council
David Churchman , who directs his weekly obedience training class with a demonstration by FRANK SMITH and 'JAFF'- 1971 Obedience Champion dog at Cruft's.
Producer MARY EVANS
BBC Two England

CBBC: Watch My Chops

Double bill with the sophisticated pet dog.
BBC One London

Drama Connections

New series 1/8. A spin-off from Comedy Connections, this new run charts the genesis of seminal dramas, beginning with one that came to our screens in 1983. Auf Wiedersehen, Pet. Alone one day in a Newcastle pub, documentary-maker Franc Roddam hit upon an idea for a drama series about British workmen abroad. Central TV pounced on the premise and before long millions were hooked on the antics of Oz, Neville, Bomber, Moxey et at. Narrated by Meera Syal. Director Angus Mclntyre ; Series producer Toby Stevens
BBC Two England

Room 101

Comedian and musician Bill Bailey reveals his pet hates to Paul Merton , including his own unpromising television debut, the music of Chris De Burgh, and bras. See Choice. Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Richard Wilson
Repeated next week on BBC1 (S) (W)
BBC Two England

Gimme Gimme Gimme

Continuing the new series of the flatsharing comedy, starring Kathy Burke and James Dreyfus.
Teacher's Pet. Reduced to promoting sushi at the local supermarket, jobless actor Tom decides to set up his own drama school. Can Linda help to make it a success? With former EastEnders actress Patsy Palmer. See Choice.
Written by Jonathan Harvey : Director Liddy Oldroyd ; Producer Sue Vertue
Repeated on Sunday (S) (W) Deja View with Mark Lewisohn : page 15
BBC One London

The Life of Mammals

Chisellers. Rodents are the most numerous mammals on the planet, comprising an incredibly diverse variety of species. They range from the naked mole rat, which spends its entire life below ground, to the world's largest rodent, the capybara, which grazes in herds across the vast grasslands of South America. In the fourth of his ten-part epic series David Attenborough shares his fascination with these animals, which stops only at his pet hate - rats.
Producer Mike Salisbury
BBC One London

The Apprentice

2/12. After a gruelling first task, the teams are set their second challenge of designing a new dog accessory to pitch to pet stores in London. The claws are out as the remaining candidates strive to stand out, but it's not long before it becomes clear that some of them are more cut out for the dog-eat-dog world than others. The Apprentice: You're Fired! follows on BBC2. Series producer Kelly Webb-Lamb ; Exec producer Michele Kurland Repeated next Tuesday on BBC2 www.bbc.co.uk/appprentice
BBC One London

The Grand National

BBC1 takes over the reins of this afternoon's Aintree coverage with starts at 2.50 and 3.25 before the Grand National at 4.15, where the Gordon Elliott-trained Silver Birch was a surprise 33/1 winner last year. This year Cloudy Lane, trained by Donald McCain, could be the one to watch. Presented by Clare Balding, with analysis from Rishi Persad, Norman Williamson, Richard Dunwoody, Richard Pitman and John Parrott. Commentary by Jim McGrath, Ian Bartlett, Tony O'Hehir and Darren Owen. Highlights at 11.40pm. Director Steve Docherty ; Producer Dermot Cumiskey
Racing certainty: page 34 The Inside Story: page 66
BBC One London

Auf Wiedersehen, Pet: 3/6: A Gift from Fidel

Things don't go as planned when it comes to collecting a highly prized gift from Fidel Castro.
[Web address removed]
BBC Book: The Complete Auf Wiedersehen, Pet Story, hardback £14.99
BBC One London

Zoo Watch Live

The first in a week of programmes on the work of London and Whipsnade zoos.
Zoo Watch Live returns at 4.50pm ♦ How much do you know about animals? page 20
BBC One London

Watch with Mother: Picture Book

For the very young
Vera McKechnie turns the pages.
BBC film
(to 11.00)
BBC One London

Dog Watch

In the last programme in the series Peter West seeks expert advice on family pets from A VETERINARY SURGEON
CHARLES CRUFT , dog specialist
JACK KENWORTHY , Chairman of The Kennel Club Obedience Council
Producer MARY EVANS
BBC One London

You and Me: Animal Pets

A series for 4- and 5-year-olds, and adults watching with them.
Introduced by Anton Phillips.






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