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 Jill Dando.
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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Presented by Simon Parkin , Philippa Forrester and Claudia Simon.
Starting with Belle and Sebastian
The animated story of a young boy in search of his mother. Belle becomes a heroine and everyone realises that she is not a monster after she brings help. Sebastian and his mother are finally together. (R)
9.25am Why Don't You... ? ... turn off your TV set and do something less boring instead.
The noisy mob cheer themselves up with a trip to Blackpool. (R)
Weather followed by The Jetsons
Hi-tech cartoon high jinks with the funniest family of the future.
The Playbus stops today at the Patch Stop in Lowestoft, Suffolk. Sophie Aldred tells the story, A Prize for Percival by Allan Langoulant. With Colin Kerrigan. (R)
10.55am Five to Eleven
Pupils from Moor Park High
School, Preston, read some of their favourite poems. (R)
Weather followed by Peaceable Kingdom
An American family drama series. Lonewolf. Standing by your principles can be a lonely exercise as Rebecca, Ridge and Courtney discover for themselves. (For cast see Tuesday)
Weather followed by The Garden Party
The criminal activities of the Hong Kong-based Triads are well documented, particularly their involvement in drug traffic. Could these secret societies become a growing menace to Britain? Why are the seabirds of Shetland in peril? Denis Tuohy and Debbie Greenwood host the daily magazine from the Botanic Gardens in Glasgow in which Mavis Nicholson discusses first kisses with Simon Fanshawe of That's Life! and Sally Jones explores the defence sports of Tai Chi, karate and judo.
With Philip Hayton.
Weather John Kettley
Has Todd found the love of his life? (For cast see Friday. Repeated at 5.35pm) 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
True stories of people who survived against all odds.
Dying for a Living. In recent films, Derek Ware has been shot, speared, blown up, knocked down, run over, set on fire and dropped from a great height. What kind of man takes up the 'dying art' of the professional film stuntman? Producer David Gerrard (R)
As a prelude to a major attack, a company of US Marines lands on a Japanese-held Pacific island and faces unexpected fire-power.
Director Lewis Milestone
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Introduced by Andi Peters.
More misadventures with the spinach-guzzling cartoon sailor. (R)
A ten-part drama series.
5: Mum's in India. Rose is looking after Dad and Bryan, but in times of stress she puts her head in a bucket.
Written by Jim and Duncan Eldridge Producer Jeremy Swan (R)
The news programme for children.
A fast-action eight-part thriller from New Zealand.
4: A chase through darkened streets, an unlikely ally in a BMX bike leader, and Sandra and Mike begin their fight back. (For cast see Tuesday) (R) 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey.
Weather Michael Fish
The UK's longest-running pop chart show brings the latest countdown in the Top 40.
Introduced by Nicky Campbell. Director/Producer Paul Ciani
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How will the Fowlers cope with a face from the past? How will Ricky cope on his first date with Sam?
This week's episodes written by Tony McHale.
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Ice-cream made from potatoes, pasta that lived in the sea, microscopic fungi - what will we be eating next? Half of us are cutting down on meat, but suppose we all gave it up: what would the world be like? And what about fats that don't have any calories - a dream come true or something of a nightmare? Live from a medieval castle, Sarah Greene and Simon Mayo are joined by chefs and dinner guests for a foray into food. With Nikki Spencer , Sankha Guha and Judith Burns. Producer Katharine Everett Series editor David Paterson
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The classic comedy with the hapless Frank Spencer starring Michael Crawford
Frank is persuaded by his wife Betty to take a short course in public relations. He is not an outstanding success.
Written by Raymond Allen Producer Michael Mills (R)
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Michael Fish
by Tom Kempinski
Starring David Suchet Rosanna Arquette
When Sarah , a crippled New York actress, telephones Joe, an agoraphobic writer living in London, Joe's life is radically changed. She wants to perform his only hit play in an off-off-Broadway production. Through a series of transatlantic telephone calls they become strong friends, but when Sarah arrives in London to meet Joe for the first time, his terror almost destroys their developing love affair.
Director Barry Davis
Producer Paddy Higson
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England v India
Richie Benaud introduces highlights of the first day's play in the third and final Test from the Oval.
The Godfather of Soul unites an ecstatic German crowd with his own brand of rhythm and groove. Songs include soul standards like It's a Man's, Man's, Man's World and Papa's Got a Brand New Bag, and dance classics such as Get Up offa that Thing.