6.34-6.55 Business Breakfast
Business and financial news from
Paul Burden and Fiona Forster
Followed at 7.00am by the morning news programme with Laurie Mayer and Jill Dando.
Headlines or news summaries every quarter hour. Business news:
Sport: 7.23, 7.50, 8.23, 8.50.
Weather, regional and traffic news:
6.55, 7.25, 7.55, 8.25.
Weather: Francis Wilson Editor Bob Wheaton
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A classic American comedy about two divorced flatmates starring Jack Klugman , Tony Randall Where's Grandpa? Oscar's (Jack Klugman ) relaxation period is disrupted by Grandpa Unger. (R)
Film highlights from Lord Grade's ITC during the 1970s and 80s.
Bonds of Love. Clips include Brief Encounter, On Golden Pond and Voyage of the Damned, with stars including Jane Fonda , Richard Burton and Burt Lancaster.
Narrated by Sir Anthony Quayle. (R)
Weather followed by Popeye Triple Bill
Cartoon thrills with the spinach-guzzling strongman.
Introduced by Simon Parkin.
The Playbus stops today at the Why Bird Stop. Story: Lovely Bright Knitting from Summer in Small Street by Geraldine Kaye. With Simon Davies and Ellie Darvill.
A cartoon about a girl and her dog.
Actor Leonard Fenton reads from Samuel Beckett 's novel Molloy. Producer Ralph Rolls
A Forge production for BBCtv (R)
Last in the series of daily films presented by Tony Soper.
In bird management, the most important practice is the care of the birds' living environment.
Producers George Inger and Robin Prytherch (R)
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To mark the end of the series, John Tovey prepares a celebration dinner party in the dining room of Belle
Isle House, an elegant 18th century round house in the middle of Lake Windermere. Meanwhile,
Susan Curwen , the owner, shows Marjorie Lofthouse around the house. Producer Ken Stephinson
A Falkman production for BBCtv (R)
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90lbs of Trouble. Hutch (David Soul) poses as a hit-man, while Starsky (Paul Michael Glaser ) is plagued by a young admirer. (R)
With Martyn Lewis.
Weather Michael Fish
Joe finds a home for one stray, then promptly acquires another.
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Quiz hosted by John Sachs. Producer Dave Ross Director John James
Steve Austin, Fugitive. Steve Austin (Lee Majors) flees from the law.
Bafta award-winning character actress Liz Smith joins cult cooks Peter Hudson and David Halls to rustle up baked fish cutlets, spicy Cajun blackened fish and fish burgers with cheese centres. Director/Producer Philip Casson
Series producer Georgina Abrahams A Friday production for BBCtv
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A comedy series set in a classroom of gifted students.
Little Shop Till You Drop (part 1)
Charlie Moore (Howard Hesseman ) takes over directing the spring musical Little Shop of Horrors. (Part 2 next week)
Introduced by Andi Peters.
A cartoon series about a girl who loves to draw. Narrated by Su Pollard and Peter Hawkins.
Written and created by Peter Maddocks (R)
The cartoon capers of a chipmunk family.
A comedy series set in a pizza cafe. Red alert, no food, no drink, could the pigs be down the sink?
Director Steven Andrew Producer Pippa Dyson
'Hunx' lead singer:
A cartoon about super-hero cats.
The news programme for children with Roger Finn and Juliet Morris. Editor Nick Heathcote
Education and entertainment presented by Yvette Fielding, John Leslie and Diane-Louise Jordan. Producer Oliver MacFarlane Editor Lewis Bronze
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With Peter Sissons and Moira Stuart.
Weather Bernard Davey.
Presented by Guy Michelmore with reports from Michael Wale and Cathy McGowan.
Whoopi Goldberg and Demi Moore , stars of Ghost, America's recent hit film, talk to Sue Lawley as she returns to the Wogan hot seat. Producer Jane O'Brien
Executive producer Peter Estall
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Consumer champions Lynn Faulds Wood and John Stapleton investigate and campaign on the public's behalf, with Sue Bishop and Bill Hanrahan. Watching the Watchdogs looks at how Abta deals with holidaymakers' complaints. Editor Sarah Caplin
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Two more families tackle questions on TV programmes old and new as Noel Edmonds continues his search for the Telly Addicts of 1990. Director Nick Hurran
Producer Richard L Lewis
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A comedy series written by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft. Cafe Rene is the venue for a clandestine deal involving five anonymous characters wearing paper bags over their heads.
Director Martin Dennis
Producer David Croft (R)
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With Martyn Lewis. Regional News
Weather Bernard Davey
Who Pays for the Party?
Gavin Hewitt has been examining who actually pays for the Conservative Party. Why do individuals and companies give and what do they expect in return? Panorama talks to the treasurer of the Conservative Party, Lord Beaverbrook. Producer Mark Killick Editor Mark Thompson
An American drama series starring Robert Loggia
/ Cover the Waterfront. Mancuso's
(Robert Loggia) attempts to protect a witness are foiled by a fateful series of leaks.
1971: the news - a million workers down tools to protest against Tory industrial policy. The music - Elton John and a legendary performance of While My Guitar Gently Weeps by Eric Clapton and George Harrison. Producer Ann Freer (R)
In this third of eight programmes Maggie Philbin shows how the under-5s can learn to recognise print in their everyday lives. Producer Mary Fourt
Series producer Jenny Stevens
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