With Nicholas Witchell and Laurie Mayer.
6.34 6.55 Business Breakfast
Weather followed by Open Air
With Jayne Irving. Call [number removed].
Robert Kilroy-Silk hears the anxieties and hopes of the people of the colony.
Producer Miriam O'Callaghan
Weather followed by Turnabout
Quiz show with Rob Curling.
Introduced by Simon Parkin.
The Playbus stops today at the Dot Stop.
Puppeteer Saskia Wright. (R)
Cartoon with voices by Peter Hawkins and Susan Sheridan. (R)
Passover with Cyril Shaps.
Weather followed by Open Air
Join Eamonn Holmes and Jayne Irving with today's special guest, singer Tony Bennett. Plus A Day in the Life and Tracie Bennett from Making Out.
Weather followed by Daytime Live
The final of the Campaign for Great British Food.
With Alan Titchmarsh and Judi Spiers.
With Philip Hayton.
Weather Ian McCaskill
Today's words: ass and cid.
Gary's penchant for fast cars leads to its inevitable conclusion.
Martyn Lewis explores the early days of bereavement and the range of feelings that people can expect. Director Moira Kean
Series producer Helen Alexander
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Cartoon with the optimistic, indestructible panther. (R)
Introduced by Andy Crane.
Stuart Bradley visits
Liverpool and finds out which birds like living in cities. Nicola Davies checks in the cellar for signs of wildlife and Dr Martha Holmes discovers what we're doing to our beaches. Directors Jennifer White and David Crichton
A two-part cartoon.
1: Fog claims he can get around the world in 80 days. (R) (Part 2 on Friday)
Phillip Schofield presents the first round of the film and video quiz.
Taking part are La Houguette Primary School, Guernsey; Spelthorne County Middle School,
Sunbury-on-Thames; Seftor Park Junior School, Bristol.
Videotape editor Collo Caulton
Producer Christopher Tandy
The news programme for children.
A six-part drama series for children.
2: Davy's 'gift' proves to be more of a hindrance than a help, especially when Davy starts receiving disturbing images from a strange character known as Wolf.
Original novel by Peter Dickinson Adapted by Anthony Horowitz Music by Michael Storey
Photography by Jason Lehel Producer Linda James Directors Marc Evans and Red Saunders
A Red Rooster Films production for BBCtv
Henry is caught holding incriminating evidence.
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Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey present the latest national and international news.
Weather Michael Fish
Terry Wogan and his guests with conversation and entertainment direct from the Television Theatre.
One in ten people is homosexual. Nonetheless most parents hope their children will get married and lead a conventional family life. So how do they cope with the realisation that their child is gay and that this may never happen? Why do so many parents find this so hard to accept? Do they blame themselves for letting their children down? How hard do they try to accept their offspring's choice?
Joanna Kaye talks to families who have lived through this unexpected experience.
Presented by John Humphrys.
Producer Nicola Moody Editor Anne Tyerman
'Man of the hour'
Cliff Barnes is offered a helping hand up the political ladder from a beautiful public relations expert.
Executive producers Leonard Katzman and Larry Hagman
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Anne Robinson with your comments and criticisms.
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Radio Times Letters: - page 78
With Michael Buerk.
Regional News; Weather
November 1986: it is just after midday on a Sunday afternoon in north London and a Swedish tourist is raped as she searches for a cab to take her back to her hotel. A year later,
34-year-old Sammy Davis is convicted of the attack and sentenced to six years in prison. The conviction seemed a foregone conclusion: if the rape happened at the cab office which the woman identified, then the assailant had to be Davis. But did the rape happen at this cab office?
After more than six months' investigation, the Rough
Justice team has unearthed evidence not available to the court at the time.
It suggests that Davis's conviction was based on suspect premises. With David Jessel.
Assistant producer Bill Eagles Producer Steve Haywood
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Introduced by Desmond Lynam in London and Steve Rider in Augusta. European Football
Highlights from the pick of this evening's first legs in the semi-finals of the three
1990 Greyhound TV Trophy Live coverage of tonight's final from Walthamstow, with commentary by Gerald Sinstadt.
Plus, a look ahead to BBC's forthcoming weekend of top-class sport.
Steve Rider reports on whether Nick Faldo can retain his US Masters title.
Julian Wilson attempts to pick the winner of this
Saturday's Seagram Grand National. John Motson and Barry Davies preview the FA Cup semi-finals - can
Oldham and Crystal Palace upset the odds?
Greyhounds Alan Griffiths Producer Viv Kent
Editor Brian Barwick