Steve Rider introduces the best of the overnight action from Auckland, with Games summaries from David Icke at 6.35, 7.35 and 8.35. The headlines on-screen at frequent intervals.
International, national and business news at 6.30, 7.00 and 8.00.
National and regional news summaries at 7.30 and 8.30.
Regional news and weather at 6.55 and 7.55.
With Eamonn Holmes. Ring [number removed] with your opinions on last night's television.
Catch Robert Kilroy-Silk and his studio audience daily for topical talk and animated argument.
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Introduced by Simon Parkin and starting with
The Playbus stops today at The Tent Stop
Where Humphrey and Wobble Clown join Trish Cooke, Ricky Diamond, Liz Watts and Anthony Corriette to tell the story Wobble the Pop Star by Ricky Diamond. Producer ANNE REAY Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
A Felgate production for BBCtv (R)
Told by Richard Briers. (R)
With Richard Pasco. Producer RALPH ROLLS
A Forge production for BBCtv
Presented by Eamonn Holmes and Jayne Irving.
Today's programme includes a report from Michael Peschardt in New Zealand about how the Commonwealth Games action reaches our screens.
Helen Rollason introduces more action from Auckland, including badminton, weightlifting, gymnastics and bowls.
Ralph Dellor has the headline stories.
With Philip Hayton.
Weather John Kettley
Todd and Katie are on the move again. Nick and Sharon mend their broken relationship.
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Starring Dorothy Maguire as Pat, Guy Madison as Cliff and Robert Mitchum as William
Cliff Harper, a discharged GI, returns to his hometown after spending four years with the Marines in the Pacific.
Disillusioned and aimless, he drifts into a relationship with the widow of a flyer whose love and understanding help him re-adjust to civilian life.
FILMS: page 18
Based on the novel "They Dream of Home" by:
Sgt Gunny Watrous:
Introduced by Andy Crane and starting with
Is That a Fact?
Taking a look at legends.
4: Scotland: the Fairy Flag of the McCleods
Supersleuths: Children from Dunvegan Primary School, Isle of Skye.
COMPETITION: entries to: 'Is That a Fact?', [address removed]
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Research (Is That a Fact?):
Producer (Is That a Fact?):
Mystery at the Old Mine written by Bernie Kay. With the voices of Tim Brooke-Taylor
Bill Oddie , Graeme Garden and Jill Shilling.
Producer TREVOR BOND Director TERRY WARD (R)
By Lewis Carroll , with illustrations by John Tenniel. 5: Queen Alice
Told for Jackanory by Peter Davison.
Producer ANGELA BEECtflNG Director CHRISTINE SECOMBE
For the Mother of the Year Picnic, Ranger Smith has trained his dog to stop Yogi's picnic-basket filching.
By Terry Ravenscroft.
Starring David Copperfield with Sally Dewhurst and Antony Howes.
It's pantomime time with Wishee Washee and frogs and lucky safety pins and old Mrs Thingy and all! And that cuckoo clock is still causing problems. (R)
Graffiti is now a common sight in towns and cities across Britain. Many people see it as a growing problem that's nothing more than vandalism, but some see it as 'art'. Roger Finn investigates this controversial subject. Director PAUL DREWITT
Series producer NICK HEATHCOTE
By David Angus.
8: Ronnie is alone, feeling lost, confused and quite depressed. She is looking down across the playground. (For cast see page 34)
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Peter Sissons and Moira Stuart present the day's news from home and abroad .
Weather Ian McCaskill
Desmond Lynam. The best moments from a busy day in Auckland.
Today's finals were:
Men's 100m Butterfly
Women's 200m Freestyle Men's 400 Medley
Women's 200m Breaststroke
Men's 4 x 200m Freestyle
Gold medals have been decided in both men's and women's springboard.
More medals have been won, this time in the women's team event.
Plus the rest of the day's news, including boxing, bowls and shooting.
The UK's top pop chart show brings you the latest countdown in sound and vision from the current Top 40 chart.
Introduced by Mark Goodier and Jakki Brambles.
Fast Forward: this week's issue includes a free 'Top of the Pops' sticker album and a pack of stickers featuring your favourite pop stars and DJs, available from newsagents, price 35p.
Produced and directed by:
By Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft.
Edith's attempt to rescue
Ren6 and Leclerc is thwarted by the town convenience.
Directed by MARTIN DENNIS
Produced by DAVID CROFT (R)
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With Martyn Lewis. Regional News.
Continuing the season of major films featuring the acclaimed actress. Starring and
Susan Traheme has returned to Britain haunted by her experiences as a Resistance fighter in occupied France. Life after the war seems unbearably dull but Susan's rage against mediocrity is destined not only to damage her own life but to alter irreparably the lives of those around her.
Screenplay by DAVID HARE Directed by FRED SCHEPISI
(First showing on network television. Meryl Streep is in 'Heartburn' next Friday)
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Followed by Weather
Sir Leonard Darwin:
Steve Rider introduces the best of the night's live action from Auckland, with the first chance for track and field athletes to shine. Highlights include:
12.00 Men's 100m Round 1
1.55 Men's 110m Hurdles -
2.25 Women's 100m - Heats
2.55 Men's 3,000m
Steeplechase - Heats
3.30 Men's Hammer Final Men's 100m Round 2
4.00 Men's 110m Hurdles Semi-finals
4.45 Women's 400m
5.05 Men's 400m Semi-finals
6.10 Men's 10,000m Final Commentators:
David Coleman , Ron Pickering , Brendan Foster and Paul Dickenson.
There are five more swimming finals at 3.30: Women's 400m Freestyle Men's 100m Freestyle
Women's 100m Backstroke Men's 200m Backstroke
Women's 4 x 100m Freestyle Commentators: Hamilton
Bland and Andy Jameson.
There are more medals in the gymnastics arena, plus news of boxing, bowls, cycling and shooting.