6.34-6.55 Business Breakfast
Business and financial news from
Paul Burden and Fiona Foster.
Followed at 7.00am by the morning news with Nicholas Witchell and Laurie Mayer.
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.
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Weather followed by Lovat Road
Lovat Road in Preston has a style and character of its own. 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, to bring you a week's events in Lovat Road. (R)
From Outward Bound at
Ashburton, with Derek Pritchard , Jeff Choat and Gay Goldsmith. Introduced by John Earle. (R) (Tomorrow: white water)
More comic capers from the Evergreen Forest.
Introduced by Simon Parkin and starting with The Playbus stops today at the Dot Stop where Dot follows her shadow and makes a pop-up friend. With Rebecca Higgins and Paul Valentine.
Today's story is Harry by the Sea by Gene Zion.
When Tidyup catches Naughtypox, Stoppit and Hurry Up have to race to find a cure. Cartoon narrated by Terry Wogan. (R)
Paul Edwards , SJ, talks about the background to Gerard Manley Hopkins's Jesuit training at St Beuno's College, Clwyd.
Weather followed by Hudson and Halls
Peter Hudson and David Halls present more of their favourite recipes. This week there's lots of 'rabbit' as they're joined by special guest June Brown - Dot from EastEnders. (R)
Director/Producer Alan Walsh
What could take the pain out of backache? And which 'big cheese' gave us the benefit of his knowledge? Find out the answers in this series which takes the lid off trade secrets. With celebrity tips from Roland Rat.
Presented by Debbie Greenwood and Paul Coia with Russell Grant. Producers Cedil Korer and John Rooney (R)
Weather followed by Dallas
Daddy's Little Darling. Cliff finds an obstacle to his latest success, as Clayton's boredom leads him to patronise the arts. Bobby braces himself for an ugly raking-up of the past. JR is about to discover that Southern belles and doting dads can be a heady mixture.
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A practical series in which John FitzMaurice Mills shows viewers how to care for and revitalise their antiques. Today, how to clean your old prints and drawings. An Arts Channel production
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With Philip Hayton.
Weather Ian McCaskill
Scott and Poppy head off for the country. Madge and Harold's wedding anniversary is going to be a double surprise. An old relationship is renewed.
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Lawn Tennis Championships.
Harry Carpenter introduces live coverage on day three of the tournament. Commentators include
Dan Maskell , John Barrett ,
Mark Cox , Virginia Wade and Ann Jones.
Introduced by Andi Peters.
The Duloks steal the Ewoks' magic soap, so Wicket and his friends devise a plan to steal it back. (R)
Phillip Schofield introduces the six highest-scoring finalists as they compete to become the 1990 winners of the film and video quiz. Producer Christopher Tandy
The news show for children.
A ten-part drama series about life on the road and in the goldfields of Australia. 2: Twelve-year-old Alec dreams of becoming a bush pilot. His dad dreams of finding gold. (R)
With Peter Sissons and Anna Ford.
Weather Bill Giles
Guests tonight include Hollywood actor Lloyd Bridges.
Tonight, 6,000 people pack Horse Guards Parade to say 'Happy Birthday' to the lady who has become a national institution: at 90 years of age she is the hard-working patron of over 300 organisations, Colonel-in-Chief of 17 regiments and 'mother' of HMS Ark Royal and HMS Resolution. All are on parade this evening, along with a choir of 500, an orchestra of 100, a full chime of church bells,
King's Troop RHA, the Household Cavalry, and massed bands from all three services. Desert Orchid, an Aberdeen Angus bull, Cheviot sheep and dachshunds turn up as well. The evening closes with a mass fly past from the RAF, featuring aeroplanes from the Battle of Britain to the present day. Commentary by David Dimbleby.
Event devised and produced by Michael Parker Television presentation Michael Begg
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Anne Robinson with your views and comments on television. Producer Paul Smith
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With Michael Buerk.
Weather Bill Giles
Eight writers journey along critical frontiers.
This time last year, John Wells was travelling along what was then called the Iron Curtain. Author, actor and satirist, he has had a long love affair with most things German. This journey turned out to be a final, unrepeatable glimpse of life under the cold warriors.
Crossing into the east, John Wells met communists who thought change was impossible. They believed in the fence because it protected them, they said. What will protect them now that their certainties have crumbled?
Harry Carpenter charts the players' progress and meets a former star to preview events on the third day.
Thank God It's Monday. The 14th Precinct is the worst organised in New York. Improvements have got to be made. And quickly.
Mary Beth Lacey: