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 Laurie Mayer and Jill Dando with the morning news programme. Reporting and analysis from the BBC's correspondents in Britain and around the world.
Regular business news, sports reports, weather, local and traffic news.
Headlines every quarter hour. News summaries: 7.30 and 8.30. Business News:
7.12, 7.40, 8.12 and 8.40. Sport: 7.23, 7.52, &23 and&K.
Weather, regional and traffic news: 6.55, 7.25, 7.55 and &25.
Editor Bob Wheaton
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Weather followed by Open Air
With Jayne Irving.
Gloria Hunniford, topical issues and a studio audience. Producer Anthony Cherry
Weather followed by The New Fred and Barney Show
A weekend fishing trip turns into a hairy, scary experience.
Introduced by Simon Parkin.
The Playbus stops today at the Why Bird Stop, where Simon is in the mood for playing tricks.
Fiona Beynon Brown. Producer Clare Bradley (R)
Bunyip is a magic creature - her eyes are her outstanding feature.
Voices by Jill McKay. Written by Terry Moesker (R)
Patricia Routledge with readings from Julian of Norwich.
Weather followed by Open Air
Presented by Jayne Irving. Roy Sheppard is on location with the stars of BBC VsAll Creatures Great and Small.
Call [number removed]. Producer Hugh Faupel
Senior director Tony Harrison Editor Roger Wilkes BBC North
Weather followed by Daytime Live
The lunchtime magazine live from Pebble Mill.
Including the latest from people's reporter Tina Baker.
Presented by Sue Cook and Andy Craig.
With Philip Hayton.
Weather Ian McCaskill
Hilary starts giving Des swimming lessons and Joe starts giving him a hard time. Jane is placed in charge of Lassiters and soon has to make an executive decision.
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Two teams from last week return for a second-round match.
Hosted by Angela Rippon.
0 TENNIS TEASER: answer to 'Matchpoint', BBC Elstree, Herts WS6 UF.
Steve Austin is mystified when he identifies the sniper who tried to kill a government prosecutor and discovers that the would-be killer has an airtight alibi.
Bernadine Lawrence spends E4 on Sunday lunch for her family of six;
Charmian Watkins revamps a bedroom on a shoestring; Stefan Buczacki previews a blooming summer; and watch out for the unbelievable - kids happy with hand-me-downs.
Presented by Janice Long. Director Jane Fletcher
Series producer Erica Griffiths t FACTSHEET: write to Bazaar 15, BBCtv, London. W12 7RJ.
Cartoon with the optimistic, indestructible panther. (R)
Introduced by Andi Peters and starting with Bananaman
Eric is just another schoolboy. But when danger calls, a few mouthfuls of his special bananas and Eric becomes Bananaman.
Voices by Tim Brooke-Taylor Bill Oddie , Graeme Garden and Jill Shilling. Writer Bernie Kay
Producer Trevor Bond Director Terry Ward (R)
3.55pm The Snorks
Deep under the sea in the underwater world of Snorkland live tiny creatures called Snorks. (R)
The Quack Chat Show Presented by Keith Harris and Orville.
Musical director George Hastings Executive producer
Producer Pippa Dyson (R)
A cartoon adventure in four parts.
1: R2-D2 and C-3PO have been stranded on the planet Ingo. (R)
The news show for children. Series producer Nick Heathcote
5.10pm Blue Peter With Yvette Fielding John Leslie and Diane Louise Jordan.
Producer Oliver MacFarlane Editor Lewis Bronze
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With Andrew Harvey and Moira Stuart.
Weather Bernard Davey
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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Clarendon Road, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire WD6 1JF, if you have any news.
Terry Wogan 's guests tonight are pop singers New Kids on the Block. Director Tony Newman
Producer Graham Owens
Executive producer Peter Estall
A series celebrating the cinema ofITC, Lord Grade's film company, during the 1970s and 80s.
The downbeat doggedness of Philip Marlowe ; the suave charm of Simon Templar ; the comic ineptitude of Inspector Clouseau.
The cinema detectives are featured in films including Farewell My Lovely and Return of the Pink Panther, with stars such as Robert Mitchum and Peter Sellers. Producers Robert Sidaway and Maurice Sellar
A Best of British Films and Television production
A comedy series by Johnny Speight. Starring
Alf, Mrs Hollingbery and Arthur are off to Australia to meet Mrs Hollingbery 's rich brother Ricky and his wife Railene. After a few days of Alf company, Railene and Ricky would like to pack him off to Crocodile Dundee country. They manage to convince the three Poms to go sightseeing for the day.
Producer Roger Race
Director Richard Boden (R)
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A comedy series by Don Webb. Starring
Designer John Bristow
Producer/Director Mike Stephens
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By the Liberal Democrats.
Michael Buerk presents the latest national and international news.
Regional News; Weather
Doctoring the Reforms
Eighteen months ago, the Government launched the most radical reform ever of the NHS. It wanted to turn a E20 billion state monolith into an internal market which would offer its
'customers', the patients, a better service, better choice, and better value for money. But now the crash programme of reform is running into trouble.
Doctors, and even some civil servants, believe that the plans are being rushed through and may prove unworkable in practice.
John Ware asks whether, with an election looming, the Government is now losing its nerve and has decided to doctor its own reforms.
Producer Francesca Kirby-Green Editor Mark Thompson
Philip Michael Thomas A series of killings - prostitutes murdered in a ritualistic manner - point to a psychopath on the loose in Miami. Trudy Joplin is given the dangerous task of going under cover on the case and discovers that a brilliant mind can also be bizarre - and deadly.
This week: 1961.
It is the start of the race to put a man on the moon - and a time of hope and increasing prosperity.
The news - Gordon Lonsdale and others are tried for spying; Yuri Gagarin is the first man in space; Cuba is invaded; South Africa becomes a republic;
Nureyev leaps to freedom, and the Berlin Wall goes up. The music - the Shadows, the Allisons, Ricky Nelson , Roy Orbison , Helen Shapiro and Dion.
Research Sue Gagan
Producer Sue Mallinson (R)
This week: war disablement pensions. Thousands of ex-servicemen and women could claim, but don't. And those who do may find their housing benefit docked - unless they can persuade local authorities otherwise.
Also, families under stress: how to get help if you have problem children. Presented by Hugh Scully and Helen Madden.
Studio director Tina Fletcher Editor Chris Lent (R)