Starting with news summary and 6.34-6.55 Breakfast Business
All the latest business and financial news from
Paul Burden , Fiona Foster and the Breakfast Business team.
6.55 Weather, local news and travel.
7.00 Nicholas Witchell and Kirsty Wark with the most comprehensive television news programme available in the morning.
Regular business news, sports reports, weather, local and traffic news.
Newspaper reviews by Paul Callan.
Headlines every quarter hour. News summaries:
7.30 and 8.30.
7.12, 7.40 8.12 and 8.40.
Sport: 7.23, 7.52, 8.23 and 8.52. Weather, regional and traffic news: 6.55, 7.25, 7.55 and 8.25. Editor BOB WHEATON
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Eamonn Holmes invites your calls about the festive season on television. Call 061-814
0424 to have your say.
More topical talk and animated argument with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
Deputy editor UZ BARRON Editor JO SANDILANDS
A Kilroy Television production for BBCtv
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Barron Editor Jo
New adventures from
Introduced by Simon Parkin.
Where Brian returns to the lost property office. (R)
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Garden Pea announces the annual Vegetable Show, which all the Poddington Peas enter. (R)
Written and created by:
With Eileen Atkins.
Presented by Gloria Hunniford and Jayne Irving with reporter Roy Sheppard.
This morning the start of What's Cooking?, a regular feature in which television cooks serve up their favourite dishes.
Call [number removed]to take part. Producer HUGH FAUPEL
Editor SUSAN L. WOODWARD BBC North West
My Name Is
Jane Twenty-three -year-old Jane Clark has Down's syndrome. She also has hopes and ambitions but too often they are ignored. In this special edition, Jane tells her story about what she wants to achieve in life.
Presented by Andy Craig. Film director JOHN WILLIAMS
With Philip Hayton.
Weather Ian McCaskill
Jim and Paul search for
Beverley. Henry tries to tell Bronwyn how he feels towards her.
Written by ROGER MOULTON YSABELLE DEAN. RICK MAIER
DAVID PHILLIPS and RAY KOLLE Directed by STEVE MANN and RICHARD SARELL
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Hosted by Henry Kelly. Producer KERENSA BUNCE Director JOHN M.A. LANE
A Reg Grundy production for BBCtv
Officer Belding grieves over the apparent suicide of her cousin, until it appears he may still be alive.
Written by EDWARD DE BLASIO Directed by DON WEIS (R)
Robert T Ironside:
Det Sgt Ed Brown:
Officer Fran Belding:
Eric tries to juggle with two women's affections.
Written by GEORGE BECKERMAN and LARRY SPENCER
Directed by ART DEILHENN
Pink of the Utter, The Great De Gaulle Stone Operation and Shocking Pink. (R)
Introduced by Andy Crane.
Starring Dooby Duck. (R)
Bee Quiet and Bee Have
Narrated by Terry Wogan.
A Queensgate production (R)
Told for Jackanory by Victoria Wood with Martin Jarvis. Today: Wilfred (R)
With Caron Keating, Yvette Fielding and John Leslie.
With Peter Sissons and Jill Dando.
Weather Michael Fish
The latest news of the day's events throughout the south of England, presented by Bruce Parker and Sally Taylor , with reporters Lisa Ausden , James Trollope , Marion Fountayne , John Andrews and Richard Vaughan. At the news desk:
Martin Stanford. The region's weather from Mike Morrish and Helen Bargman. Editor RICHARD HOROBIN
More lively conversation from the Television Theatre.
A story of love between two people who have nothing in common but chemistry. Starring and When the Oceanside
Chronicle sends liberal reporter Polly Cooper to investigate the Marine Corps, conservative career soldier
MacGillis is about to have his life turned upside down.
Written by EARL POMERANTZ and RICHARD C OKIE
Directed by WILL MACKENZIE
Major John D MacGillis:
Lt Gene Holowachuk:
Starring Les Dawson.
Les welcomes you to another edition of this popular quiz full of super prizes. His special guests this week are:
Frank Carson , Doc Cox Sharron Davies Jenny Hanley Mo Moreland and Kevin Woodford. Director SYLVIE BODEN
Producer STANLEY APPEL
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A new view of us.
The WoL Saga
Only about ten wolves exist in Sweden. For years they've been searched out and relentlessly pursued by wolf-haters. But, in dramatic contrast, wolf-lovers try to protect them. Through the imaginary eyes of a male wolf killed by hunters, and with the help of trackers, the lives of a fragile handful of survivors are recreated around their secret den in the beautiful Swedish forest and even into the cities of modem
Sweden. And that's when their existence really hits the headlines!
Narrated by Brian Gear. Produced by RICHARD BROCK
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With Michael Buerk.
Sinking into Squalor This is the year the Government declares war on litter - with a new Tidy
Britain campaign and a tough new law. There's to be a crackdown on businesses as well as people who litter, and on councils who fail to clear up. But councils are struggling with more than litter to check Britain's slide into squalor. Many have a repair backlog for housing, schools, roads and services which the poll tax threatens to make far worse.
Fred Emery reports from
Labour Manchester in crisis and Conservative Canterbury in perplexity as they face up to the tightening screw on public spending.
Producer DANIEL BRnTAINCATLiN Editor TIM GARDAM
Michael Buerk presents this year's 'shareholders' report' to viewers and listeners in the region. Last year's film illustrated the wide range of films made in the south and west. This year there's a chance to meet the people who make them. Staff from across the region talk about their programmes and the part they play in building a partnership with the communities they serve. Producer CHRIS JONES
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Where danger lies under the Florida sun. Starring and Baseballs of Death
Crockett and Tubbs enter the murky world of illegal arms trading when the killing of a prostitute leads to connections in high — and unexpected - places.
Written by PETER LANCE Directed by BILL LUKE
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This week, public transport.
Rail passengers are up in arms about overcrowding, delays and cancellations. So what does your ticket actually buy you? And how do you complain if you are unhappy? Plus, good news on earnings rules for pensioners, and why do so few people get
Community Care grants? Presented by Hugh Scully and Helen Madden. Editor CHRIS LENT (e) (First shoum on BBC2)