SATURDAY TV; TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS.
GIVE A PET A HOME (CENTRAL, 7pm)
BRITAIN'S reputation as a nation of animal lovers will be put to the test over the Bank Holiday when ITV (1) See interactive TV.
(2) (iTV) The code name for Apple's video media hub (see Apple TV). offers viewers the chance to give homes to some of the thousands of animals who are deserted, abandoned or simply lost each year.
Carol Vorderman Carl Vorderman MBE (born 24 December 1950 Bedford ) is a Welsh television personality best known for being a long-standing co-presenter of Channel 4 game show Countdown. She was awarded an MBE in June 2000. and Matthew Kelly For the musician associated with Ratdog, Kingfish, and T-Bone Walker, see .
Matthew Kelly (born, 9 May 1950, Urmston, Lancashire, England) is an English actor, who made his name as a television presenter. host the three-programme specials which begin tonight and continue over Sunday and Monday.
Matthew himself has first hand experience of the importance of re-housing homeless animals.
''I gave a home to an Old English sheepdog old English sheepdog, breed of large, wiry working dog developed in England in the early 19th cent. It stands from 21 to 25 in. (53.3–63.5 cm) high at the shoulder and weighs from 55 to 65 lb (24.9–29.5 kg). some time ago. The owner was moving abroad and needed to find her a home. She changed my life.
''She was called Cassie and I adored her. I personally think dogs should go in twos so my wife went to get another rescue dog. Sadly they have both died now and I miss them terribly, but I am away too much to have another.
''I won't be able to personally give a pet a home this time, but hopefully I can do my bit this weekend.''
THE TRIAL OF MARGARET THATCHER Noun 1. Margaret Thatcher - British stateswoman; first woman to serve as Prime Minister (born in 1925)
Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven, Iron Lady, Margaret Hilda Thatcher, Thatcher (CHANNEL 4, 7.55pm)
CHANNEL 4 puts Margaret Thatcher on trial to determine just how successful she was as Prime Minister of Britain.
News presenter Jon Snow This article is about the British newscaster. For other people named Jon or John Snow, see John Snow.
Jon Snow (born September 28, 1947) is a British television newscaster on Channel 4 News, produced by ITN. presides over the proceedings and locked in heated court battle are Gerald Kaufman for the prosecution and John Redwood for the defence.
A studio audience will decide Mrs Thatcher's fate and among those stepping into the witness box are Eddie Shah, the first newspaper magnate to break the print unions, and comedy writers Laurence Marks and Maurice Grann.