Join Robert Kilroy-Silk for the talk show where the audience does the talking. Deputy editor Liz Barren Editor Jo Sandilands
A Kilroy Television production for BBCtυ
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Introduced by Simon Parkin.
The Playbus stops today at the Dot Stop.
I dive down deep,
Above the waves I leap.
With Mark Sendell and Sarah Homer.
Story: Sailor Sarah. Music Paul Reade
Director Mark Pickett
Jimbo is a small jet plane - built by an aircraft designer who couldn't tell the difference between inches and centimetres.
Voices: Peter Hawkins and Sue Sheridan. Written and created by Peter Maddocks
Director Keith Learner (R)
Join Eamonn Holmes and Jayne Irving in the studio as today's special guests,
Paul Eddington and Angela Thorne , take your calls. Call [number removed]to take part. There's also the regular Wednesday feature, A Day in the Life. Producer Alison Morse
Senior director Steve A Smith Editor Roger Wilkes BBC North
Weather followed by Daytime Live
The lunchtime magazine live from Pebble Mill.
Including the latest in the Campaign for Great British Food.
With Alan Titchmarsh and Judi Spiers. Editor Simon Shaw
Series producer Pam Creed
Mack and Karen come to an understanding, but what sort of Machiavellian game is Jill Bennett playing?
Director Nick Havinga
Many of us have an image of death as something violent and ugly, but people present at death say it's almost invariably peaceful. Claudia Melnyck was present when her husband died at home after a long illness. She describes the experience and how the children saw their father shortly after - an important step in accepting death.
Presented by Martyn Lewis. Director Ann Richardson
Series editor Helen Alexander
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A two-part story. Farewell my Lovely Spots
2: Spotty's spots are stolen. There are a whole host of suspects and Ted, being a consummate detective buff, applies the combined crime-busting techniques of all the world's great detectives to ferret out the solution.
Sylvester McCoy has the whole of Studio A ready with part 3 in this special mystery drama. What happens next is up to you.
Whose story is on the screen today? You can phone at the end of today's episode on [number removed]with your ideas for tomorrow.
(Update at 5.30pm. For cast see page 34)
The last of a six-part serial by Roger Parkes.
Barney has been caught by the forgers, but Toby has decided to come to the rescue.
Music Roger Limb
Videotape editor Phil Southby Lighting John King
Designer Michael Trevor
Producer Angela Beeching Director Christine Secombe
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A sixth of the population are now of pensionable age and the rest of us can expect to live longer lives than our forebears. But what kind of lives will they be? Who can we expect to look after us in our old age? What role should the state play in easing our declining years? Bill Hanrahan has been looking at how old people are faring today. Presented by John Humphrys.
Producer Elaine Thomas Editor Anne Tyerman
Caught in the middle of an intrigue as an innocent bystander, James learns a lesson he's unlikely to forget.
Executive producers Leonard Katzman and Larry Hagman
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James Richard Beaumont:
What's So Funny About That?
A serious look at humour by Jonathan Miller.
While helpless with laughter, have you ever wondered why you're in the grip of this strange respiratory convulsion, and what exactly triggered it? There have been many theories about the science of humour, but tonight Dr Miller suggests a few of his own.
As doctor, theatre director, philosopher and comedian rolled into one, he has some intriguing and amusing insights into something we all take for granted. But is he right?
See if you think he really manages to explain something that's baffled philosophers and psychologists for centuries. Series editor David Filkin Producer Tony Edwards
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Introduced by Steve Rider and featuring:
England, the holders, who boast a team of Messrs Davis , Parrott and White, meet the Republic of Ireland in the quarter-finals of the British Car Rental
World Cup. Football
Quarter-final action from the European Cup, plus a preview of next week's glamour match at Wembley between England and Brazil.
Three heats of the 1990 Greyhound Television
Trophy at Walthamstow Stadium. The final is in a fortnight's time.
Plus features, news and a full results service. Television presentation:
Snooker Keith Mackenzie
Greyhound racing Alan Griffiths Producer Vivien Kent Editor Brian Barwick
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