In the first Quantum Leap here, Temptation Eyes, Sam leaps into the body of a newsreader.
He meets Tamlyn Tomita, who’s been brought in to help with a murder case because she’s a psychic. Yes, a psychic.
Sam learns that she’s going to be the next victim of the serial murderer, who’s been leaving anonymous tips to Sam’s reporter.
She’s definitely got some powers, because she can see the real Sam in a mirror.
There’s so few characters in this story, so it’s not too much of a surprise to find that the killer is Sam’s cameraman partner, played by James Handy.
BBC Genome: BBC Two – 22nd June 1993 – 21:00
Before the next episode, there’s the end of Delia Smith’s Summer Collection.
There’s a trailer for Far Flung Floyd
There’s also a trailer for Off The Wall.
Then another Quantum Leap. Sam leaps into the body of a woman in a soul group.
ER’s Eriq La Salle turns up as a manager of a club who hits on the group’s 15 year old member..
BBC Genome: BBC Two – 6th July 1993 – 21:00
Following this. recording switches to Edinburgh Nights, a look at the Edinburgh Fringe, and the Perrier Award.
With appearances by Lea de Laria
The Wow Show (including Stephen Frost and Mark Arden
Tony Slattery was the winner of the very first Perrier award, as part of the Cambridge Footlights, along with Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie and Emma Thompson. Sound the klaxon.
This year’s shortlist consisted of Corky and the Juice Pigs.
Parrot – not a familiar name.
Neither is Johnny Meres
Former winner Simon Fanshawe talks about the experience of winning.
The man presenting this piece is doing it in the style of Peter Snow doing an election, and it’s really, really annoying.
In the end, Lee Evans was the winner. Wouldn’t be my choice.
BBC Genome: BBC Two – 29th August 1993 – 22:15
After this, recording switches to some German satellite smut, plus Gladiators in German. Well, it’s American Gladiators, but with a German voiceover. I’m so sorry.