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The brightest start to your day with the team who're best at breakfast.
News on the hour and half hour read by Debbie Rix
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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; and David Wheal presents In Vision: a preview of the week's television and the latest news from around the studios.
Would you like to take a trip Be the Captain of a ship Presenter Brian Jameson Guest Sarah Long
Story: Useless Eustace by JEAN WATSON
A weekly focus on issues, topics and personalities as they affect Asian communities in the United Kingdom.
Music is provided by Ustad Rais Khan who sings a ghazal.
Producer WASEEM MAHMOOD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
with Frances Coverdale and Michael Cole Weather News
Leslie Kenton brings the last in her present series on positive health; there's a final look at the wildlife garden with Chris Baines ; and Peter Seabrook reports from the famous flower festival at Ghent. Belgium. The musical guests are The Spinners.
Editor PETER HERCOMBE BBC Pebble Mill
A See-Saw programme. (Repeat)
Puppets and production:
The second of five programmes presented by Gordon Honeycombe
In 1828, Samuel George
Davey Honeycombe ,
Gordon's great-grandfather, was born in Devonport.
But he kept his early life a secret. Did he have anything to hide?
Producer BRYN BROOKS Book, E3.50 from booksellers
The last in a series of eight programmes about self-defence presented by Sarah Kennedy.
How can parents help prepare their children to deal with potential attackers? Four children describe how their quick thinking and resourcefulness got them out of trouble. Production
CLARE BRIGSTOCKE, JENNY ROGERS
Book, El.95 from booksellers
The last of eight programmes about tourist German devised by TERRY HAWKIN Prost!
Steve returns to Hamburg and Petra.... Pamela meets Magnus Magnusson again; Gerald gives her a nice surprise....
With PETRA ULICH, JAMES MCKENNA. ROSEMARY FRANCKAU, RAYMOND MASON and MAGNUS MAGNUSSON as himself
Directed by NICHOLAS METCALFE Produced by TONY ROBERTS
(First shown on BBC2)
Book, Â£2.95 from booksellers
by ERIC CHARLES
Panjid discovers that all the cardboard packages have been nibbled and Bertha is programmed to capture the intruder.
Narrator Roy Kinnear with Sheila Walker
Music composed by BRYAN DALY Editor MARTIN BOHAN Director of animation DEREK MOGFORD
Designed and produced by IVOR WOOD
The Teen Angels catch up with Speedy Gonzalez when he goes for Gold.
A series of eight programmes written and told by Christopher Lillicrap 3: Specky and the Rumble
'He ain't gived in yet!' yelled Stinky -and Bully Thompson realized he'd lived up to his nickname once too often.
Producer ALAN RUSSELL
Executive producer DAVID BROWN BBCManchester
Six young adventurers travel into a land of magic where they must tackle many fearful dangers before they can all get back home.
with Simon Groom Janet Ellis and Michael Sundin Old Crocs !
One hundred and fifty million years ago, ferocious 20-foot crocodiles slithered over the British Isles.
Simon and Goldie report from their graveyard in the Cambridgeshire countryside and help dig up their ancient bones -under the expert eye of palaeontologist Dave Martill.
Episode 18, the last of the present series by BARRY PURCHESE
The end of the school year and rehearsals for the Brighton Rock musical limp towards the big night.
Helping hands come from unexpected quarters.
Devised byPHIL REDMOND DesignerMARTIN METHVEN
Script editor ANTHONY MINGHELLA Producer BEN REA
Director ROGER SINGLETON-TURNER
with Sue Lawley and Jeremy Paxman 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.
Editor PHILIP HARDING
One man and his guests. Terry shepherds his wayward guests into the conversational pen of the Television Theatre live from verdant Shepherd's Bush Green.
The school has its eyes opened to the power of the press when Chris reviews a first-year students' concert and finds his idea of the truth has a shattering effect on the sensitive Cleo.
Written by JIM BERG and STAN ZIMMERMAN
Directed by ROD DANIEL
by RICHARD OMMANNEY A comedy in six parts
2: Both Sam and Daphne move into the basement.
This does not bode well for a life of domestic bliss - and an unexpected visitor highlights the problems.
Designer JO DAY
Producer DAVID ASKEY
Director MANDIE FLETCHER
with John Humphrys Weather News
Germany Divided - for Good? As the 40th anniversary of the end of World War D. approaches, Panorama reports on the conflicting emotions of Germans in both parts of their divided nation. In West Germany it will be officially a time of solemn remembrance of the disaster of defeat and the rebirth of democracy.
In East Germany the regime will celebrate Soviet liberation from fascism, and the setting up of their
On both sides of Germany's Iron Curtain Fred Emery talks to Germans of all ages about their views of the war and the division of their people.
Producer SUZANNE FRANKS Editor PETER IBBOTSON
Jacqueline Bisset Candice Bergen
The story of Liz, a respected novelist, and Merry, her closest friend who dropped out of college and married the man they both loved. Merry is jealous of her friend's success but Liz envies Merry her husband and her daughter. However, when Merry writes a bestseller about her rich Malibu neighbours, the two friends clash bitterly over both literary laurels and love....
Screenplay by GERALD AYRES Produced by william ALLYN Directed by GEORGE CUKOR
(First showing on British television)
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Merry Noel Blake:
Debby (aged 18):
Debby (aged 8):