6.34-6.55 Business Breakfast
Business and financial news from
Paul Burden. Followed at 7.00am by the morning news with Laurie Mayer and Fiona Foster.
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.
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All aboard the BFT submarine for sizzling summer fun from Children's BBC with Simon Parkin, Philippa Forrester and Claudia Simon.
Belle and Sebastian
The animated story of a young boy in search of his mother. Sebastian drinks bad water from a stream and becomes ill. He can't travel so Belle leaves him to find help. (R)
9.25am Record Breakers
Roy Castle and Cheryl Baker host the television show in which records get broken. Castle and Baker are seeing stars - and who wouldn't after an attempt on the world car-rollover record. The Sky at Night's Patrick Moore joins them to celebrate a unique television achievement, while in the USA, Barbara-Anne Thomas takes another picture for her collection of Hollywood stars. The Wee Pappa Girl Rappers, stars of hip-hop, set a fast-talking challenge for the world's most rapid rapper. Producer Greg Childs
Executive producer Eric Rowan (R)
10.00am News, Weather followed by Double Dare
Peter Simon presents television's messiest game show. (R)
The Playbus stops today at the Dot Stop. Something in the air, something on earth, something in water and something on fire.
Mark Sendell tells today's story On Earth! With Liz Kitchen. (R)
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10.55am Five to Eleven
Gary Watson reads from the Gospel of Mark.
11.00am News, Weather followed by Eats for Treats
Join Jane Asher and her cooks as they make muffins, cookies, madeleines and butterflies. Producer Mary Clyne
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11.35am The O Zone
The music magazine with news and views from the charts including Britain's number one. Producer Graham Douglas
Weather followed by The Garden Party
A look at what makes game shows such compulsive viewing, the sport of elbow wrestling and the world of jewellery. Flower arranger Leila Aitken shows how flowers can enhance a special occasion. The magazine show from the Botanic Gardens in Glasgow with Jayne Irving , Denis Tuohy and Debbie Greenwood.
With Philip Hayton.
Weather Bernard Davey
Nick finds himself in trouble with Mr Muir again.
(For cast see Monday. Repeated at 5. 35pm)
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Steam on the Isle of Man. Although scheduled steam-hauled trains ceased on the mainland 20 years ago, the Isle of Man was unaffected by British Rail's modernisation. plans. Narrated by Anthony Smith. Producer Brian Hawkins (R)
For Appearance's Sake. Karen is home safe - or is she?
Twins: one of nature's little jokes or a deep and mysterious relationship? In this compelling film, twins from different backgrounds talk about themselves and each other in an attempt to illuminate the strange partnership. Producer Philippa Walker
Executive producer Jenny Barraclough (R)
Introduced by Andi Peters and starting with Mring-Mring, the wingless Gupin, learns that his homeland is in great danger. (R)
Find out what a cetacean is and what goes flash, bang and wallop in time to the music. With Johnny Ball , Ann de Caires , Mark Salter and members of Shepshed High
School in Loughborough. Plus the second part of the comedy drama series Hyperspace Hotel.
Producer Jane Tarleton (R)
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Voice of Socrates:
The news programme for children.
A ten-part drama series about life in the goldfields of Australia.
News of the gold found at Coorumbong begins to spread and strangers arrive at the mines.
Peter Sissons and Jill Dando present the day's top stories. Weather John Kettley
Conversation and entertainment live from the Television Theatre with Terry Wogan and his guests.
In this series the general public can suggest stories and issues which concern them. Tonight, Bros's Matt Goss says his loyal fans follow him everywhere and the fans explain why they are not 'them'; clouds of coal dust from the docks swamp local people in Bootie; and Douglas Skeggs takes on his council over a series of holes which have infuriated him and his neighbours. The Vox Box has the usual contributions from members of the public about what infuriates them. Series producer Sue Bourne
Executive producer David Pearson
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A comedy thriller series starring Ian McShane
The Judas Pair. Murder and theft lead Lovejoy into a deadly game with a mysterious collector whose passion for antique pistols is strong enough to kill again.
Episode written by Ian La Frenais
Based on the Lovejoy books by Jonathan Gash Director Baz Taylor
Producer Robert Banks Stewart (R)
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Dr La Grange:
Anne Robinson with your views and comments on television. Producer Paul Smith
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With Martyn Lewis. Regional News
Weather John Kettley
The conclusion of a powerful true story. After giving birth, Mary Beth decides to keep the child. But for the Sterns, the fight for their baby is just beginning. (For cast see Tuesday) * FEATURE: page 4
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A Quiver of Silver, Spectacular air-to-air photography highlights the skill of the Red Arrows, the RAF's premier display team in its jubilee year. Three new pilots join the team each season. After they are trained, their silver jubilee season begins, during which they receive a special visit from the Queen Mother. Narrated by Nigel Havers. Producer Peter Hylton Cleaver (R)