6.34-6.55 Business Breakfast
Business and financial news from Paul Burden.
Followed at 7.00am by the morning news presented by Nicholas Witchell and Jill Dando.
Headlines or news summaries every quarter hour. Business news:
Sport: 7.23, 7.52, 8.23, 8.52.
Weather, regional and traffic news:
6.55, 7.25, 7.55, 8.25. Editor Bob Wheaton
0 CEEFAX BREAKFAST SERVICE: call up page 400 on teletext.
Weather followed by Lovat Road
It could be any street in any town, but it's not. Lovat Road in Preston has a style and character of its own. Perhaps it is moulded from the red-brick terraced houses originally built for cotton mill workers. The mills have gone but the street lives on, enjoying a new, energetic role. But what gives a street like this its vitality and purpose? Allan Beswick follows some of the residents in their daily lives, meeting the wide range of shopkeepers and joining the social gatherings.
Producer Tony Wilkie-Millar (R)
Last of five programmes with a step-by-step method for beginners in tennis. 5: Play the Game. (R)
More comic capers from the Evergreen Forest with Bert and Melissa Raccoon and best friend Cedric Sneer, the son of awful aardvark Cyril Sneer. (R)
Introduced by Simon Parkin and starting with The Playbus stops today at the Why Bird Stop. Just bits and bobs and bungs and bolts.
Today's story is A Bit of Bother.
With Simon Harbrow , Ellie Darvill and guest Mark Beer.
England v New Zealand
Tony Lewis introduces live coverage of the Cornhill Insurance Test series from Lord's.
After a day's rest, the teams take to the field for the fourth day.
Commentary by Richie Benaud and Jack Bannister.
Summaries by Ray Illingworth , Tom Graveney and Geoffrey Boycott.
Television presentation Alan Griffiths Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
Including at 10.55Sam and 12.00 News and Weather
With Philip Hayton.
Weather Michael Fish
Bronwyn makes a career decision. Helen's benevolence is met with a mixed response.
0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Lawn Tennis Championships direct from the All England Club.
Boris Becker begins the defence of his men's singles championship in the opening match on centre court. His chief rivals are also in action this afternoon - among them the 1988 champion Stefan Edberg and Ivan Lendl , whose schedule this year has been geared solely to Wimbledon, the one grand slam title he has never won.
Introduced by Harry Carpenter. Executive producer Martin Hopkins Editor John Rowlinson
0 FOCUS: page 3
0 SUPPLEMENT: special eight-page pull-out colour supplement in this week's issue.
Runners-up in Group F v runners-up in Group B live from the Stadio Luigi Ferraris in Genoa.
The competition's second phase continues with a tie that would include England, if they've finished in second place in Group F. Their opponents would be one of the Group B members - Argentina, the Soviet Union, Romania or Cameroon.
With Andrew Harvey and Moira Stuart.
Weather John Kettley
Look East with Stewart White , Penny Bustin, Kim Riley and Louise Priest .
Midlands Today with David Davies and Kay Alexander.
Look North (Leeds) with Judith Stamper and Harry Gration.
Look North (Newcastle) with Mike Neville and Wendy Gibson.
North West Tonight with Stuart Hall , John Mundy and Cathy Smith. South Today with Bruce Parker and Sally Taylor.
Newsroom South East with Guy Michelmore.
Spotlight with Juliet Morris and John Francis.
Points West with Chris Vacher and Beverley Thompson.
0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
In the event of the World Cup overrunning, the following programme may be cancelled.
Terry Wogan and guests live from the Television Theatre. Producer Graham Owens
Executive producer Peter Estall
First showing on network television. Starring
Professor Scott McKenzie , a Wild West buff, is intrigued by the appearance of a present-day gun in a century-old photo. A mysterious woman tells him that the gunslinger in the photo is a rogue scientist from the year 2586. Together they must travel to the past to bring him back to the future.
Director Michael Schultz
● FILMS: pages 22-26
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
* Approximate times
Dr Joseph Cole:
General Joe Brodsky:
Texas John Cody:
Martyn Lewis presents the latest national and international news with reports from the BBC team of correspondents. Regional News
Weather John Kettley
A Woman's Work. After a rather difficult political year, the Conservatives are now preparing to fight their fourth election campaign under the leadership of Margaret Thatcher. It looks as if it may be the toughest yet for her as well as for her party.
Mrs Thatcher 's position as leader may no longer be in doubt, but as Vivian White reports, the party is sharply divided between those people who want 'Thatcherism mark IV to be much the same product as it was before, and those who want her to change her image and soften her policies.
Margaret Thatcher has declared that 'a woman's work is never done'. Which road now offers her the best chance of hanging on to her job?
Producer Helen Jenkins Editor Mark Thompson
Latin, modern, offbeat and an exciting disco section make up the new look to the world's longest-running television series. Angela Rippon and Charles Nove introduce tonight's teams from Manchester and London North at the Tower Ballroom in Blackpool.
Harry Carpenter introduces the best of the play on the first day of the greatest tennis championships in the world.
Fred Perry joins Carpenter to take a look at the stories both on and off the court that have dominated a day which should have seen the progress of 1989 champion Boris Becker and last year's runner-up Stefan Edberg to the second round. Have they avoided the embarrassment of their first-round exit in Paris? Producer Campbell Ferguson Editor Dave Gordon
A report on two more matches from the second phase with the knock-out stages well under way. This afternoon saw the runners-up in Group F play the runners-up from Group B in Genoa.
Meanwhile, action from Rome this evening featured the winner of Group A versus the third placed in Group C, D or E.