starts your day with news, sport, weather and travel available to all viewers whether or not they have teletext sets.
The brightest start to your day with the team who's best at breakfast.
News on the hour and half hour.
Weather with Francis Wilson at 6.55, 7.25, 7.55,
8.25, 8.55, 9.18
Nationwide news, weather and travel from local BBC studios at 6.57, 7.27, 7.57,
Sports news and features with David Icke and Bob Wilson at 7.20, 7.45, 8.20 The morning papers: a personal view from a guest at 8.37
Including this morning -the latest pop news with Mike Smith at 7.32;
Lynn Faulds Wood reports from the consumer desk at
8.15; Russell Grant with his Monday horoscopes and after 9.0 o'clock Russell's unique correspondence column of the air Write to Russell. Plus School's Out: Easter holiday fun and features.
Monday's child is fair of face Presenter Elizabeth Watts Guest Brian Jameson Story: The Loud Baby by BERNARD MACLAVERTY
with Frances Coverdale and Michael Cole Weather News
(London and SE: Financial
Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Lunchtime at the Mill brings you the new face of British farming. Meet the man who's going to change its old image.
Join Marian Foster and Paul Coia for a menu of information, talent, music, and wit.
A See-Saw programme.
The first of five programmes Everyone has ancestors but few of us know much about them. Were they merchants or craftsmen - Roundheads or Cavaliers, Normans or Saxons? How far can you trace your family tree? Presented by Gordon Honeycombe and based on his search into his family history.
Producer BRYN BROOKS
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The seventh of eight programmes presented by Sarah Kennedy.
Four women who outwitted potential rapists by their own resourcefulness talk about their experiences. The programme also shows a simple move which does not require physical strength, but which could help you escape from a rapist. Production
CLARE BRIGSTOCKE, JENNY ROGERS
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The last of eight programmes devised by TERRY HAWKIN Deutschland, Bitte! Steve has a job in a camping-site on the topless island of Sylit. Petra pays him a visit.
Directed by NICHOLAS METCALFE Produced by TONY ROBERTS
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World Professional Snooker Championship from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
The 1984 Classic winner WILLIE THORNE (12) commences his first-round match this afternoon, while Australian number one
EDDIE CHARLTON competes his first-round likely tussle with fellow countryman JOHN CAMPBELL.
Introduced by DAVID ICKE
3.53 Regional News
Bertha is making money boxes, and when Roy and Nell test one they get a surprise.
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Karena the ice show star is only a shadow of her former self.
A series of eight programmes written and told by Christopher Lillicrap 2: Sinking in the Rain
'I could do my goldfish song,' offers Diane Braithwaite , when the Back Alley kids plan a show about Noah's Ark. But no one wants to know-until Slasher Smith has trouble with the flood! Producer ALAN RUSSELL
Executive producer DAVID BROWN BBC Manchester
The further adventures of the six youngsters who are trapped in the land of magic and must tackle many fearful dangers before they can all get back home.
with Simon Groom
Janet Ellis , Michael Sundin Up the Rams!
'Come on Derby!' is a familiar cry for Simon when he goes to support his home team. Third Division or not, the Baseball Ground is still a scene of celebration as thousands turn out every Saturday to support
County's centenary season. But who's that in the number seven shirt? Have
Derby signed a new midfield star? Find out the score when Simon plays the game of his life with his heroes, and fulfills his wildest dreams! Assistant editor LEWIS BRONZE Editor BIDDY BAXTER
Episode 16 by MARGARET SIMPSON Departure day for the French kids. It's au revoir for some and plain goodbye for others. Roland can't face parting with Fabienne at all. Devised by PHIL REDMOND Director DAVID BELL
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Nicholas Witchell and Jeremy Paxman present the latest pictures, stories and events of the day from Britain and around the world. followed by Weather News
Guy Michelmore and Bob Wellings bring you tonight's headlines and tomorrow's talking points. The London Plus reporters are with the people making the news. Plus sport with MICHAEL WALE and the stars and stories from the world of entertainment. Editor PHILIP HARDING
Terry says 'Willkommen Pet' as Jimmy Nail joins him tonight for a Lumpschenkeln comparison live from the Television Theatre, London.
starring as the staff and students of New York's celebrated dream factory, the High School for the Performing Arts
The Ballad of Ray Claxton As television cameras roam the school, the romance between Jesse and Nicole is rocked when she becomes involved with a young singer-songwriter. But the songbird happens also to be a jailbird ...
Written by PAUL EHRMANN Directed by ALAN ARKUSH
A comedy in six episodes by RICHARD OMMANNEY
1: Nick, a photographer, and his young wife, Angie, have just become the proud parents of a little boy, but money is tight, so Nick's south
London father, Sam, has a suggestion to alleviate the financial burden. However, Angie's mother Daphne arrives from Cheltenham with an alternative suggestion -and she's used to getting her own way.
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Producer DAVID ASKEY
Director MANDIE FLETCHER *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
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with John Humphrys and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world. Weather News
Protecting the Unborn Child? Enoch Powell 's Bill to ban research on human embryos is racing through Parliament. It's supported by a big majority in the House of Commons and massive petitions from the public. But infertile couples and parents of handicapped children are desperately trying to stop it. They see human embryo research as the only hope for avoiding human tragedies in the future. Do these ends justify the means?
As Parliament reassembles
Margaret Jay reports on this crucial debate - where both sides think they are the best protectors of the unborn child. Producer
FRANCESCA KIRBY-GREEN Editor PETER IBBOTSON
John Houseman The year is 2018.
Poverty, sickness and international tension have been eliminated from the world. In this futuristic society, the most Popular sport is rollerball, a vicious, fast-moving combination of football and hockey. The violence of the game is designed to release anti-social feelings among the spectators, but gradually they clamour for more and more excitement. The games become tougher until finally the opposing teams decide on a New York game with no holds barred.
Screenplay by WILLIAM HARRISON Based on his own short story Produced and directed by NORMAN JEWISON
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