6.34-6.55 Business Breakfast
News summary, followed by all the latest business and financial news from
Paul Burden and the Business
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. News summaries: 7.30, 8.30. Business News:
7.12, 7.40, 8.12 and 8.40.
Sport: 7.23, 7.52, 8.23 and 852. Weather, regional and traffic news: 6.55, 7.25 7.55 and 8.25. Editor Bob Wheaton
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Weather followed by Pitfalls of a Sporting Life
A five-part series running through the week.
In sport some joints are particularly vulnerable. Dutch experts show how they deal with fractures to the ankles and knees and what remedial exercises they recommend to ensure a complete recovery.
Gloria Hunniford, topical issues and a studio audience.
Weather followed by The New Fred and Barney Show
Another cartoon adventure with Fred and Barney who discover that having all your wishes come true can sometimes be a bad thing!
Introduced by Simon Parkin.
The Playbus stops today at the Why Bird Stop.
The letter of the day is 'i'.
A cartoon with the voices of Tim Brooke-Taylor
Harry Enfield , Jan Ravens and Enn Reitel. (R)
Miranda Foster reads poems written by children on the theme of One World.
Weather followed by The Bergen Debates
A series recorded by Norwegian TV during the UN conference on environment and development in Bergen earlier this month.
Brandt Meets Brundtiand
Veteran campaigners Gro Harlem Brundtland of Norway and Willy Brandt of West Germany sit down to work out the real prospects for the world, in the face of the impending eco-crisis.
They are the most qualified people to know what kind of world our children will inherit from us - both chaired the major UN commissions investigating the problems of world poverty and environmental destruction, and set out their plans for a common future for the world. How far have we come?
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Harrogate in North Yorkshire is now a conference centre but much of its old-world charm remains, including the Royal Baths. The afternoon teas and musical renditions are as popular now as they ever were. (R)
Weather followed by Daytime Live
The lunchtime magazine live from Pebble Mill.
Today, Tina Baker reviews the stories she's covered in over 15,000 miles on the road for Baker's Beat.
Presented by Sue Cook and Andy Craig.
With Michael Buerk.
Weather John Kettley
Mike makes an investment towards his future with Jenny.
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The Upham Downers are back today to do battle with Two Across.
Hosted by Angela Rippon.
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W ANSWERS: to the anagram on 5 May is 'Bjorn Borg ' and 1 1 May is 'Grass Court'.
Steve is to be used as the model when a crime syndicate decides to build a team of bionic robots to rob the gold in Fort Knox.
How to sell your skills at the crucial job interview; Andi Peters and a team of teenagers design street cred T-shirts; Stefan Buczacki looks at hanging baskets and sows vegetables for summer;
Clare Connery concentrates on family salad meals and Barbara Daly shows us make-up for those in a hurry.
Presented by Janice Long. Director David Wheeler
. Series producer Erica Griffiths
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Cartoon with the optimistic, indestructible panther. (R)
Introduced by Andi Peters and starting with ChuckleVision
Starring the Chuckle Brothers. 'Hey Barry, Uncle Henry's asked us to look after his mansion for the weekend.' 'Has he? Silly him... Music Dave Cooke
Producer Martin Hughes BBC North (R)
The Quack Chat Show Presented by Keith Harris and Orville.
Musical director George Hastings Executive producer
Producer Pippa Dyson (R)
The Adventures ofR2-D2 and C-3PO.
A four-part story.
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The news show for children. Series producer Nick Heathcote
5.05pm Blue Peter
Celebrate One World week with children from four continents.
With Yvette Fielding John Leslie and Diane Louise Jordan.
Producer Oliver MacFarlane Editor Lewis Bronze
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With Peter Sissons and Jill Dando.
Weather Ian McCaskill
Guy Michelmore keeps you in touch with what's going on around the capital region of the country. 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 if you have any news.
Quirky, exuberant, intoxicating - all words worth a huge score in 'Scrabble'. And some of them have even been used to describe Jonathan Ross. Director Tom Corcoran Producer Jane O'Brien
Executive producer Peter Estall
A series celebrating the cinema of ITC. Lord Grade's film company, during the 1970s and 80s.
This episode highlights the brilliance and magic of special effects in films like Saturn 3. Raise the Titanic and Capricorn One with stars including
Kirk Douglas , Omar Sharif and Telly Savalas. Narrated by Sir Anthony Quayle. Producers Robert Sidaway and Maurice Sellar
A Best of British Films and Television production
A comedy series written by Carla Lane. Adrian accidentally becomes a hero. Billy is troubled by his impending divorce. Aveline is preoccupied with pregnancy and Joey, for the first time, faces real trouble.
Title music David Mackay Designer Richard Dupre
Producer/Director Robin Nash (R)
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A comedy series by Don Webb. Starring
Designer John Bristow
Producer/Director Mike Stephens
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Michael Buerk presents the latest national and international stories with BBC teams.
Regional News Weather
The Big Heat
As the cold war ends, world leaders are already beginning to fight the climate war. They have been warned by scientists that global warming, caused by industrialisation and pollution, will cause a dramatic increase in storms, floods and droughts around the world. But there is bitter disagreement over who should pay the cost of preventing such disastrous climatic change. Should the burden fall on the west, with the risk of recession and a fall in living standards, or should Third World countries also foot the bill, even though it may mean hunger and poverty?
As part of One World week, Stephen Bradshaw reports from Britain, America and India on the politics of the climate, and reveals the latest scientific evidence on the future of our weather. Producer Charles Furneaux Editor Mark Thompson
Philip Michael Thomas
With Sonny away spending much-needed time with his son, Rico infiltrates a top drug family involved in a desperate power struggle.
This week: 1964.
The news: Mary Whitehouse launches her clean-up-TV campaign; Nelson Mandela goes to prison;
George Brown does a double-act with Robin Day ; and the Beatles' first film is fab, in gear and very far from grotty. The music: the Rolling
Stones, Billy J Kramer and the Dakotas, Freddie and the Dreamers, the Hollies, Manfred Mann , Peter and Gordon, the Fourmost, the Nashville Teens, the Kinks, Herman's Hermits,
Dusty Springfield and Peter, Paul and Mary. Research Sue Gagan
Producer Ann Freer (R)
A second chance to see the best of the last series.
This week: rights of passage for people with disabilities. Presented by Hugh Scully and Helen Madden. Editor Chris Lent