6.34-6.55 Business Breakfast
News summary, followed by all the latest business and financial news from
Paul Burden , Fiona Foster and the Business Breakfast 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. Reporting and analysis from Britain and around the world. Regular business news, sports reports. weather, local and traffic news. Newspaper reviews by Paul Callan.
Headlines every quarter hour. News summaries: 7.30 and &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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Weather followed by Open Air
With Eamonn Holmes. Producer HUGH FAUPEL
Senior director STEVE A. SMITH Editor ROGER WILKES BBC North West
Join Robert Kilroy-Silk . Deputy editor LIZ BARRON Editor JO SANDILANDS
A Kilroy Television production for BBCtv
Weather followed by The New Fred and Barney Show
A new hobby gets Fred and Barney on the wrong wavelength in Bedrock.
Introduced by Simon Parkin and starting with
The Playbus stops today at The Why Bird Stop.
Today's letter is 'v'. Why Bird tries out her singing voice.
Story: The Puppet's New
Strings written and told by Wayne Jackman. Music PETER GOSLING
Producer BARBARA RODDAM
The Holiday by Bob Godfrey and Stan Hayward.
Narrated by Bob Godfrey. Music PETER SHADE
Producer BOB GODFREY (R)
With Geraldine McEwan.
Weather followed by Open Air
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Weather followed by Daytime Live
Sue Cook and Andy Craig with live coverage of the voyage on the Lord Nelson. Editor SIMON SHAW
Executive editor STEVE WEDDLE
With Philip Hayton.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Nick gives Sharon an ultimatum. A new man walks into Jane's life.
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Hosted by Henry Kelly. Producer KERENSA BUNCE Director JOHN M.A. LANE
Starring Lee Majors. Population Zero
An embittered scientist holds the government to ransom by threatening to use his lethal sonic waves on innocent civilians.
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Cdr Ted Maxwell:
Nurse Lt Colby:
The last of the series starring Howard Hesseman. I Am the King
Insomniac Dennis discovers a secret that Charlie would rather have kept hidden.
A Telly Addicts family find out about fitness and food from Hearty Eater duo Leslie Waters and Sally Ann Voak. Financial expert
Alison Mitchell goes on a Money Diet while DIY fixer Harry Greene gets to grips with a storm-damaged fence, and there's another Evergreen Tip from top tipster Barty Phillips.
Presented by Janice Long. Director David WHEELER
Series producer ERICA GRIFFITHS
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Introduced by Andy Crane and starting with
Two by Two
Birds peck at a fruit and vegetable salad but mounds of hay and potatoes are needed for a jumbo-sized appetite.
Presented by Jenny Powell. Songs performed by Derek Griffiths. (R)
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Don't Do That
There's something making rude noises in Tidyup's garden. It's Don't Do That. Whenever Don't Do That is around it means trouble!
Narrated by Terry Wogan. (R)
SuperTed and Spotty go to India to entertain a young and dispirited Raja. They soon discover that the Raja's wicked, pyjama-wearing uncle, Prince Pajamarama, is out to take the crown.
(Part 2 on Wednesday at 4.15pm)
By E.B. White.
Told for Jackanory by Connie Booth. 1:
Wilbur Fern lifted the lid of the carton. There, looking up at her. was the newborn pig.
'Oh,' she whispered, 'look at him. He's absolutely perfect.'
JB is transported back to prehistoric New Texas.
With Yvette Fielding John Leslie and Diane Louise Jordan.
Producer OLIVER MACFARLANE Editor LEWIS BRONZE
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With Peter Sissons and Moira Stuart.
Weather John Kettley
Guy Michelmore keeps you in touch with what's going on around the capital region of the country with news from around the south east.
There are also reports from Michael Wale on the local sports scene and Cathy McGowan around town.
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Join Terry live from the Television Theatre for the best in topical conversation. Director TONY NEWMAN Producer NATALIE ELSEY
Executive producer PETER ESTALL
Starring Gerald McRaney. Robin's Awakening
When Mac's chess-by-mail opponent turns out to be a 12-year-old prodigy, Robin feels'tingly'.
Major John D MacGillis:
Les Dawson welcomes you to another edition of this popular quiz full of super prizes. His special guests this week are: Gavin Campbell Julian Clary , Polly James
Danny La Rue , Rose Marie and Jane Marie Osborne. Director SYLVIE BODEN
Producer STANLEY APPEL
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A new view of us.
View Roo the kangaroo is born in an Australian national park - in a drought. She can survive that but when she leaves her mother and the safety of the park, her problems really begin.
The farmers shoot kangaroos. They see them as being in competition with their sheep - animals that have changed the face of Australia since their introduction by man.
There may be food and water in abundance but will Roo survive in this different, hostile landscape?
Narrated by Rula Lenska and Brian Gear.
Film editor HUGH TASMAN
Series producer RICHARD BROCK
* BBC WILDLIFE: the March issue of this bestselling magazine is on sale now. Included are two free colour prints, the first part of three-part collection on a North American theme. Â£1.60 from newsagents.
With Michael Buerk.
Regional News Weather
The Police - in for Questioning
Britain's police are facing an unprecedented crisis of public confidence. In the wake of the Guildford Four case, the break up of the West
Midlands Crime Squad and the Wapping report, there is a widespread fear that the police bend the rules.
Panorama has spent a month filming with the police and looks at the problems from all sides. Some officers claim that safeguards have made the law little more than a charter for criminals while ordinary families tell of police planting of evidence, falsification of confessions and even blackmail. Jane Corbin reports on what the police can do to put their own house in order. Should the police investigate police misconduct or is it time now for a completely independent complaints procedure? Producer MARK KILLICK Editor PETER HORROCKS
(Postponed from 12 February)
In this week of the International Woman's Day, a series of five programmes about women's lives today and how they might change. Working World
'Men and women exist in two different worlds in the workplace. Women simply don't understand what's going on with men ...'
Do men speak a language women don't know - the language of power?
Also how six million women in Britain do 101 jobs every day but only get paid for one of them.
With Pamela Stephenson. Director CORINNE WESTACOTT Series producer VICKI BARRASS
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Starring Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas. Mirror Image
While grieving over Caitlin's death, Sonny goes undercover to infiltrate a top-level mobster meeting, but the operation goes horribly wrong. With his colleagues believing him dead, a new player emerges on the Miami drug scene - a ruthless killer called Sonny Burnett.
Directed by RICHARD COMPTON
The magazine for consumers of welfare and public services. This week, more advice for people with disabilities.
Advice Shop talks to victims of the medical assessment procedure which bars thousands from Attendance and Mobility Allowances. Presented by Hugh Scully and Helen Madden.