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: BBC Breakfast News

6.34-6.55 Business Breakfast.
Timetable: headlines or news summaries every quarter hour.
Business news: 7.12, 7.40,8.12,8.40. Sport: 7.23, 7.52, 8.23, 8.52.
Weather, regional and traffic news:
6.55, 7.25, 7.55, 8.25.
Weather: Francis Wilson.


Unknown: Francis Wilson.

: News

Weather followed by Lovat Road
Allan Beswick follows some of the residents in their daily lives to bring you a week's events in Lovat Road.


Unknown: Lovat Road
Unknown: Allan Beswick

: Canoe

Basic Paddling. From Outward
Bound at Ashburton, Devon, with Derek Pritchard and Jeff Choat.
Introduced by John Earle. Director John Rickword
Producer John Dobson (R)
(Tomorrow: elementary paddling)


Unknown: Derek Pritchard
Unknown: Jeff Choat.
Introduced By: John Earle.
Director: John Rickword
Producer: John Dobson

: News, Weather followed by The Raccoons

More comic capers from the Evergreen Forest with Bert and Melissa Raccoon. (R)

: Playdays

Introduced by Simon Parkin.
The Playbus stops today at the Playground Stop.
Sophie Aldred tells today's story Dilly Goes to the Beach by Tony Bradman. Presented by Dave Benson Phillips.


Introduced By: Simon Parkin.
Unknown: Sophie Aldred
Unknown: Tony Bradman.
Presented By: Dave Benson Phillips.

: Cricket: Second Test

England v New Zealand
Tony Lewis introduces live coverage of the fifth and final day's play from Lord's in the Cornhill Insurance Test Series.
Including at 10.55am and 12.00 News and Weather


Introduces: Tony Lewis

: One O'Clock News

With Philip Hayton. Weather Bill Giles


Unknown: Philip Hayton.
Unknown: Bill Giles

: Neighbours

Henry and Bronwyn try their hands at a bit of matchmaking.
(For cast see Monday. Repeated at 5.35pm)

: Wimbledon 90

Live coverage of Steffi Graf 's attempt to win her third successive Wimbledon singles title. Two teenagers will also attract attention: Monica Seles , who beat Graf in Paris a fortnight ago, and the 14-year-old American sensation Jennifer Capriati.
Introduced by Harry Carpenter.


Unknown: Steffi Graf
Unknown: Monica Seles
Unknown: Jennifer Capriati.
Introduced By: Harry Carpenter.

Blog post that mentions this programme:

Wimbledon: Players, pundits and personalities 30 June 2017

: Happy Families

Introduced by Andi Peters.
Part 1 of Mr and Mrs Hay the Horse. When Harry Hay meets
Hilda Straw , it is love at first sight. Based on Allan Ahlberg 's books and dramatised by Vicky Ireland
Director Roger Singleton-Turner Producer Angela Beeching (R) (Part 2 on Thursday at 4. 10pm)


Introduced By: Andi Peters.
Introduced By: Mrs Hay
Unknown: Harry Hay
Unknown: Hilda Straw
Unknown: Allan Ahlberg
Dramatised By: Vicky Ireland
Director: Roger Singleton-Turner
Producer: Angela Beeching

: New Yogi Bear Show

Yogi and Boo Boo want to learn secrets from Ninja Raccoon . (R)


Unknown: Ninja Raccoon

: Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles

Krang detects an alien metal.

: Newsround

The news show for children.

: Come Midnight

An Australian drama in seven parts. 2: Tim faces trouble, but Biff outwits the enemy. (R)

: Neighbours


: Six O'Clock News

With Peter Sissons and Anna Ford.
Weather Michael Fish


Unknown: Peter Sissons
Unknown: Anna Ford.

: EastEnders

Michelle's slippery boss offers Ian a bribe, while Janine gives Pat a bad scare. Meanwhile Sharon prepares to meet her mother.
This week's episodes written by Deborah Cook.
(Ceefax subtitles)


Writer: Deborah Cook
Director: Barry Letts
Producer: Richard Bramall
Kathy: Gillian Taylforth
Cindy: Michelle Collins
Wicksy: Nick Berry
Frank: Mike Reid
Pat: Pam St Clement
Mo: Edna Dore
Janine: Rebecca Michael
Michelle: Susan Tully
Carol Harley: Sheila White
Ron Hanley: Dean Harris
Sharon: Letitia Dean
Phil: Steve McFadden
Grant: Ross Kemp
Ricky: Sid Owen
Diane: Sophie Lawrence
Pauline: Wendy Richard
Arthur: Bill Treacher
Ian: Adam Woodyatt
Stuart Kendle: Mark Sproston
Dot Cotton: June Brown
Pete: Peter Dean
Jackie: Richard Beale
Greg: Charlie Hawkins
Celestine: Leroy Golding

: World Cup Grandstand

Live from the Stadio Renato Dall'ara, Bologna. Winners of Group F v runners-up of Group E. The final match in the second phase - the last quarter-finalist to be realised. Tonight's match will feature England if they finish top of Group F. The runners-up of Group E will come from Belgium, South Korea, Uruguay or Spain. Plus action from this afternoon's second-phase match between the winners of Group E and the runners-up in Group D.


Unknown: Stadio Renato

: * Main News

With Martyn Lewis. Regional News
Weather Michael Fish


Unknown: Martyn Lewis.

: Black in Blue

A documentary series with Desmond Wilcox.
Royal Days and Rough Nights
London's police force works around the clock. Daytime sees Faz holding the press back when the Princess of Wales is in danger of being mobbed, while Cherry tries to control an anti-fascist demonstration in Carnaby Street. By night-time Faz is struggling to break up a fight outside a pub, Julie is looking for a way to get a befuddled, elderly man home safely, and Cherry, pounding the night streets of Mayfair, is disillusioned with it all. Director John Pettman
Producer Desmond Wilcox
A Wilcox Bulmer production for BBCtv 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES


Unknown: Desmond Wilcox.
Director: John Pettman
Producer: Desmond Wilcox
Unknown: Wilcox Bulmer

: * Today at Wimbledon

Harry Carpenter introduces highlights of today's play.


Introduces: Harry Carpenter

: * Weather

* Approximate times

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