with Jeremy Paxman and Laurie Mayer.
On the day that President Gorbachev and his wife arrive in Britain at the start of three-day visit, assessments from London and Moscow about its importance for East-West relations.
News summaries read by Jill Dando on the hour and the half-hour.
The latest sports news from Archie Macpherson.
Weather forecast from Francis Wilson at
7.25, 7.55 and 8.25. Regional news and travel news updates at
7.27, 7.57 and 8.27.
Weather followed by Now It's Daffs
Simon Parkin - starting with Charlie Brown
She's a Good Skate, Charlie Brown
Snoopy coaches Peppermint Patty for her ice skating debut. (R)
The last day and there's loads to get through. Phil Foster 's worried, Ben's frantic and Phil Noble finally plucks up the courage to ring Cara. Directors MOIRA BROWN and RUSSELL DAVIES
Producer KIKSTIE FISHER BBC North West
Weather followed by Lassie
The Day the Mountain Shook Lassie helps a deaf boy regain his hearing. (R)
The Dot Stop
Five little ducks went swimming one day, over the pond and faraway ...
Storyteller lain Lauchlan Story: Loley Land Music PAUL READE
Producer MICHAEL COLE
with Elizabeth Bell
Weather followed by Open Air
Susan Rae and Bob Wellings with a live and lively debate on television topics.
David Jessel talks about his new series Taking Liberties, and William Woollard takes your questions about BBC2's motoring magazine Top Gear. Call in on [number removed].
Weather followed by Daytime Live with Alan Titchmarsh and Judi Spiers.
Join the team for topical issues and the very best in entertainment. Today there's music from top chart band
T'Pau, with lead singer Carol Decker (below).
with Michael Buerk
Weather BERNARD DAVEY
The second heat of the international canoeing event from Llangollen, in North
Wales, features top paddlers from Europe and North America.
The defending Paddles Up champion, Richard Fox of Great Britain, and current Canadian champion David Ford are in the line-up.
Commentators CHRIS REA and JOHN GOSLING
A Man of Good Will
'Empire Valley is killing you - if it goes on much longer there won't be a Ewing Enterprises.'
Written by LYNN LATHAM Directed by LINDA DAY
The game of moral dilemmas, hosted by Simon Mayo.
Guests this week William Roache, Wendy Harmer, Suzi Quatro, Magenta De Vine and a special guest.
Simon Mayo plays host for the last time in this series, as his guests struggle to crack each other's moral code.
A Noel Gay Television production for BBC North West
Andy Crane - starting with Corners
Presented by Sophie Aldred and Simon Davies with Jo Korna
Why do we get goosepimples? How are photographs developed? What's the biggest tree in the world? Director ALISON STEWART
Series producer ANNE GOBEY (R)
4.05pm Mysterious Cities of Gold
The first of 22 programmes. In 16th-century
Spain Esteban , an orphan boy, listens to sailors' stories about cities made out of gold in the Americas. He longs to find them. Esteban meets Zia, an Inca girl from South
America, and together they set out on a long search. (R)
4.35pm Take Two
Soaps, sport, sitcoms? The latest from the satellites?
What's worth watching? Phillip Schofield takes a critical look at TV and what you think about it.
Join Phillip and this week's studio gang to let off steam about programmes and personalities on the box or just to see your favourite bits again. With lively studio discussions, views on video from young people all over the country and your letters, everybody gets their say!
And this week's TV topic - Neighbours - love it or hate it? What's your position?
Write to: Take Two, BBCtv, London W12 7RJ, or join in the phone vote after the programme.
Designer PETER FINDLEY Producer GREG CHILDS
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The up-to-the-minute news service for Britain's children
The Cuckoo Sister by VIVIEN ALCOCK.
Dramatised in four parts by JULIA JONES.
2: Kate cannot bear the idea that Rosie might be her missing sister, Emma.
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director MARILYN FOX (R)
Eileen and Mrs Mangel are in the club. This week's cast:
Written by RAY HARDING Directed by CHRIS SHELL
with Nicholas Witchell and Anna Ford
Weather BILL GILES
Join Terry live at the Television Theatre, as he talks to people in the news, presents the best in entertainment and springs the occasional surprise. Director TONY NEWMAN
Producer GRAHAM OWENS
Series producer PETER ESTALL
with Robert Kilroy-Silk . Second of sixfilms about foreigners who have made Britain their home.
British Through and Through Eccentricity, it seems, is not just a British hallmark. On his travels around Britain Robert Kilroy-Silk meets seven foreigners who have become more British than the British.
There's the Japanese shepherdess in Devon, the Lebanese Dickens fanatic in Broadstairs, the Russian princess at the Ritz and the Yugoslavian hairdresser at Henley.
And there's also the Italian royalist who sums them all up when she says, 'I applied for British citizenship - it cost me a pound. It's the best pound I've ever spent.' Photography
CHRIS SEAGER , CHRIS SADLER
Film editor CHRISTINE GARNER Producer PAT HOLLAND
Series producer RUTH JACKSON
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Comings and Goings
'I want to embarrass him so much. he won't be able to show his face anywhere.'
Screenwriter Don Lockwood becomes part of Sue Ellen's plans for her production of Citizen Ewing while her subject gets back to his bad old ways. Carter McKay has an awkward reunion and Cally despairs of ever winning respect from John Ross.
Written by MITCHELL WAYNE KATZMAN Directed by LARRY HAGMAN
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with Anne Robinson Producer WARWICK CROSS
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with Michael Buerk
Regional News: Weather
Q.E.D.'s latest look at the life of a Falklands soldier.
Simon Weston 's war was over when the Argentinian bombs struck the Sir Galahad. He had been burnt over 46 per cent of his body. He was terribly scarred but his own personal war against his injuries had only just begun. Simon's initial struggle was charted in two award-winning Q.E.D. films, Simon's War and Simon 's Peace.
Now, filmed over the last three years, Simon's Triumph marks the emergence of a very different character, who no longer looks back. 'I am no war hero,' he says. 'I'm just
Simon Weston , scars and all.' Series editor david FILKIN
Producer MALCOLM BRINKWORTH A TOUCH PRODUCTIONS film for BBCtv (Simon Weston is on 'Open Air ' tomorrow at 11.00am)
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Introduced by Steve Rider from Augusta with Bob Wilson in London. European Football
Highlights from the pick of this evening's first legs in the semi-finals of the three European competitions.
Commentator JOHN MOTSON 1989 Greyhound TV Trophy from Catford Stadium.
Live coverage of the night's three heats with the first two dogs in each heat qualifying for the finals in Sportsnight next week.
Commentator GERALD SINDSTAT Plus a look ahead to the weekend with the Seagram Grand National and Sandy Lyle 's defence of his US Masters title.
Greyhounds ALAN GRIFFITHS Assistant editor GRAHAM FRY Producer CHARLES BALCHIN Editor JOHN ROWLINSON