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 Jill Dando with the morning news programme. Reporting and analysis from the BBC's correspondents in Britain and around the world. Headlines every quarter hour.
Francis Wilson with the weather:
7.25, 7.55 and 8.25. Business news:
7.12, 7.40, 8.12 and 8.40. Sport: 7.23, 7.52, 8.23 and 8.52.
Local news and traffic:
7.28, 7.58 and 8.28. Editor Bob Wheaton
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Weather followed by Open Air
Jayne Irving presents the programme where you give your views on television issues.
Gloria Hunniford discusses issues of the day with the people who matter in front of the studio audience. Producer Bridget Sneyd Editor Charles Miller
Weather followed by The New Fred and Barney Show
Another cartoon adventure with Fred and Barney, who think that moving might solve their problem with the household chores, but the Frankenstone family soon change their minds.
Introduced by Simon Parkin.
The Playbus stops today at the Playground Stop, where Dave and the children keep cool on a sunny day. Liz paints a rainbow and Lizzie finds that playing in the rain can be fun.
Presented by Dave Benson Phillips and Elizabeth Watts.
Producer Barbara Roddam (R)
Half in, half out of billabong, the Bunyip sat and hummed a song.
Voices by Jill McKay.
A celebration of Wesak - a festival of the Enlightenment of the Buddha.
Weather followed by Open Air
Join Eamonn Holmes and Jayne Irving with your questions and comments about last night's television. Call [number removed].
Producer Louise Ludlam
Senior director Tony Harrison Editor Roger Wilkes BBC North
Weather followed by Daytime Live
The lunchtime magazine live from Pebble Mill.
Including the latest report from the animal advocate, Jim Cronin.
Plus music from
Engelbert Humperdinck. With Judi Spiers and Andy Craig.
With Philip Hayton.
Weather Bernard Davey
The day of the big flight arrives for Joe. Gloria gives Rob an ultimatum.
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The Ramblers play the Brightling Stallballers. Where do they get their names from?
Hosted by Angela Rippon. Scorer: Charles Nove. Director Rick Gardner Producer Dave Ross BBC Elstree
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0 ANSWER: to the anagram on 23 April is 'Dai'is Cup'.
John Gielgud Jane Birkin
Thirty-three years after the death of New Zealand writer Katherine Mansfield , her husband John Middleton
Murry visits France to approve a major new edition of her letters and journals. There he meets his publisher's companion who bears a striking resemblance to Katherine and disturbs Murry by questioning his motives in publishing his wife's lesser writings.
Director John Reid
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John Middleton Murry:
Marie Taylor/Katherine Mansfield:
Introduced by Andi Peters and starting with Starring the Chuckle Brothers.
When Paul and Barry help out at a supermarket, there's bound to be trouble. Writer John Sayle Music Dave Cooke
Producer Martin Hughes BBC North (R)
Between the mad marshes and the Venetian jetty there's no shortage of adventures for Ovide the duck-billed platypus. (R)
A 13-part serial by Valerie Georgeson from a story by Margaret Stuart Barry.
11: How can the Witch pass Mr Bodley 's general knowledge test when she doesn't know anything?
Producer Angela Beeching Director David Bell (R) (Part 12 on Thursday)
Two huge electrodes at Cybertech Labs produce a startling effect on two long-time foes. The mind of the Turtles' master, Splinter, winds up in the body of the evil Shredder - and vice versa - causing confusion.
The news show for children.
Last in the series of real life stories about children today, told by children themselves.
For 13-year-old Jewish boys the barmitzvah ceremony is a turning point. The
Lowdown follows Londoner Benjamin [text removed] as he prepares for this special occasion. Benjamin decided to 'twin' his barmitzvah with a Jewish boy in Moscow,
Alexei [text removed]. Like millions of Soviet Jews, Alexei and his family have not been able to practise their religion because of repression.
Although they have never met, the boys are drawn together spiritually at a time they will never forget.
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With Peter Sissons and Anna Ford.
Weather Michael Fish
News of the capital region from Guy Michelmore. With Michael Wale on the local sports scene and Cathy McGowan around town.
* WRITE TO: Newsroom South East, BBC Elstree Centre,
Clarendon Road, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire WD6 UF.
Tonight's panel: actress Beryl Reid , disc jockey Steve Wright and designer Cleo Roccas.
Helen Atkinson Wood hosts another instalment of this show where a celebrity panel guesses the lifestyles of two unusual guests drawn from the public.
Director Gordon Elsbury Producer Andy Lipman Executive producer Janet Street-Porter
A Wall to Wall TV production for BBCtv
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Episode by Michael Russell. Will Shireen bury her differences with Ashraf and meet her husband-to-be?
Devised by Tony Holland and Julia Smith Series designer
Story editor Andrew Holden Executive producer Michael Ferguson
Producer Corinne Hollingworth Director Matthew Evans
A documentary series with Desmond Wilcox.
The Metropolitan Police wants more black and Asian recruits - young men and women trained to fight not only crime but also prejudice. Three men and four women, from the ethnic minorities of London, joined the blue intake at Hendon Police College more than two years ago. The eldest, Denzil, a 32-year-old West Indian, was the only graduate. The youngest, Julie, aged 20 with a Guyanese father, was working as an airline receptionist. Then there's Faz Ahmed, a Pakistani customs officer from Hounslow, plus a South African clerk, a West Indian social worker, and a part-Indian restaurant manageress. They had all faced prejudice before. They knew they would probably find it even within the ranks of the police force. Ahead of them, 20 pressure-filled weeks in the police college and then one of the toughest jobs on London's streets.
A Wilcox Bulmer production for BBC TV
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With Michael Buerk.
Weather Michael Fish
Concluding the political thriller based on the novel by Morris West. Starring
Charlie must decide what to do with her father's legacy. She begins to suspect all the players in Cassidy's world, unable to tell her friends from her enemies.
Director Carl Schultz
A Five Arrows production
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In Pretty Woman,
Richard Gere stars as a ruthless Wall
Street businessman who is inept when it comes to affairs of the heart, until he meets Julia Roberts.
In She Devil, based on Fay Weldon 's novel, Roseanne Barr is an overweight suburban housewife. When her husband deserts her for Meryl Streep , a rich and glamorous writer, she wreaks revenge.
Mickey Rourke appears in Johnny Handsome as a deformed criminal given a new face by a plastic surgeon. Director Shaun Williams
Producer Bruce Thompson
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A Newsnight special.
Forty years after the Allied victory over Germany, a remarkable wartime film was discovered, directed by George Stevens. The footage has been pieced together to re-create a unique wartime journey. Written and presented by Robert Harris. Executive producer David Dickinson
Producer Paul Woolwich (R)
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