The best of the overnight sporting action from
Auckland is introduced by Steve Rider , with Games summaries from David Icke at
6.35, 7.35 and 8.35 and headlines on-screen.
International, national and business news at
6.30, 7.00 and 8.00.
National and regional news summaries at
7.30, 8.30 and 9.00.
Regional news and weather at 6.55, 7.55 and 8.55.
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Enjoy a good argument? If it's on your mind or in the news, Robert Kilroy-Silk and his audience are debating the subject.
For topical debate, dispute and discussion, catch them each day.
Deputy editor LIZ BARRON Editor JO SANDILANDS
A Kilroy Television production for BBCtv
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Weather followed by The Flintstone
New cartoon adventures from Bedrock as Moonrock tries to play the dating game by numbers, while Fred and Barney get to play soldiers.
Introduced by Simon Parkin and starting with
The Playbus stops today at The Why Bird Stop
The letter of the day is 'Q' and Why has a question for you to answer.
Storyteller: Wayne Jackman. Story: Lulu's New Hair by Wayne Jackman. Music PETER GOSLING
Producer BARBARA RODDAM Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
A Felgate production for BBCtv
When a Knight Lost his Day Narrated by Richard Briers. (R)
Weather followed by Commonwealth
Further overnight action from
Auckland with Helen Rollason , including boxing quarter-finals, weightlifting, cycling, badminton and bowls, plus highlight summaries from Ralph Dellor.
12.00 News and Weather
With Philip Hayton.
Weather Bernard Davey
Mike finds familiarity breeds contempt on his first day as a teacher.
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Hosted by Henry Kelly.
Raymond Burr as the wheelchair-bound detective.
Ring of Prayer
Ironside investigates the relationship between two deaths and the influence of the occult.
Written by JACK MORSE
Directed by DON WEIS (R)
Robert T Ironside:
Det Sgt Ed Brown:
Officer Fran Belding:
Love Is Debatable
Broken-hearted Alan is on less than top form for a debating competition until Darlene has an idea.
Written by RAY JESSEL and CYNTHIA THOMPSON
Directed by FRANK CAVESTANI
Join Janice Long in the marketplace of ideas. Danny Baker gets the lowdown on how to change a wheel from car mechanics Helen Chessum and Jan Pearse ; Barbara Daly reveals more make-up secrets; two taxi drivers find out from
Lesley Waters how to eat heartily yet healthily; Stefan Buczacki sprouts fresh salad on the windowsill; and agony aunt of the home, Charmian Watkins , gives a tired sitting room a new lease of life. Director JANE FLETCHER
Series producer ERICA GRIFFITHS
Introduced by Andy Crane.
Two by Two
Presented by Jenny Powell. (R)
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Bubbles, a clown criminal, escapes and heads for Earth.
By Judy Corbalis.
Told for Jackanory in five daily parts by Lynda Bellingham.
1: Oskar and Henrietta (a gorillagram) are sent to the Himalayas to deliver an ice-pick to Oskar's mother.
With Peter Sissons and Moira Stuart.
Weather Bill Giles
Guy Michelmore keeps you in touch with what's going on around the capital region of the country. With reports from around the south east. Michael Wale on the local sports scene and Cathy McGowan around town.
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Starring Les Dawson.
Les welcomes you to another edition of this popular quiz full of super prizes.
His special guests this week are:
Floella Benjamin ,
Michael Groth , Vince Hill , Sue Lloyd , Gail McKenna and Charlie Williams. Director SYLVIE BODEN
Producer STANLEY APPEL
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Starring Gerald McRaney The Wedding
All is set for a traditional
Marine wedding, a ceremony which doesn't usually include a Code 1 alert!
Directed by WILL MACKENZIE
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The best of the day's action from
Auckland with Desmond Lynam.
Including the Men's
Marathon, which started a couple of hours ago.
Plus how the medals were won elsewhere.
Women's 400m hurdles; Men's 400m hurdles; Decathlon.
Women's 200m medley; Men's 200m butterfly; Men's 50m freestyle;
Women's 800m freestyle; Men's 100m backstroke;
Women's 4 x 100m medley.
News from boxing, which has reached the quarter-final stage. There were more medals decided in cycling and shooting, plus a round-up of bowls and badminton.
Michael Buerk with the day's news from home and abroad.
Regional News; Weather
Every day this term more than 200,000 pupils will play truant from Britain's schools. In London alone a quarter of all 15-year-olds will be missing from class.
Is truancy a vote of no confidence in the quality of education which demands a response from the Government?
Panorama has commissioned its own nationwide survey of truants and their motives.
Stephen Bradshaw reports on allegations that the facts about truancy have been suppressed and accompanies the police as they round up truants from the streets.
Producer ROSALIND ERSKINE
Starring Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas
Badge of Dishonour Dead drug dealers are becoming an epidemic but Crockett and Tubbs suspect corrupt police involvement.
Directed by RICHARD COMPTON
Followed by Weather
Steve Rider introduces more live action from
The final six gold medals will be decided in the pool at 3.30: Men's 200m medley;
Women's 200m butterfly; Women's 50m freestyle; Men's 1500m freestyle;
Women's 200m backstroke; Men's 4 x 100m medley.
Plus two more diving golds to be won:
Women's 3m springboard; Men's highboard.
Bland and Andy Jameson.
Also the latest badminton and bowls action and a round-up of the rest of the night's news, including judo and shooting.