Business and financial news from Paul Burden and Fiona Foster.
Followed at 7.00am by the morning news programme 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, 7.50, 8.23, 8.50. Weather, regional and traffic news:
6.55, 7.25, 7.55, 8.25.
Weather: Francis Wilson
Editor Bob Wheaton
With Judi Spiers and Tim Grundy in Birmingham, and Adrian Mills in Manchester.
Regional News and Weather
Quiz presented by Andy Craig. An Action Time production for BBCtv
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Including Kitchen Call - the celebrity panel answer your queries on food and kitchen issues, on [number removed].
Introduced by Simon Parkin.
The Playbus stops at the Why Bird Stop. Stuart Bradley tells today's story, The Penguin
Who Wanted to Fly, by Philip Allcock. With Ellie Darvill.
Cartoon based on the stories by Alfred Bestall. (R)
Including the latest trends in cosmetic surgery.
Brian Hayes invites you to call Will Wyatt , the BBC's
Assistant Managing Director of Network Television, and Alan Yentob , Controller of BBC2 on [number removed]with your views on BBC television programmes.
Lively conversation, and the winner of today's Brainwave quiz question.
Regional News and Weather
Classic moments from the Natural History Unit archive, presented by Fergus Keeling. Gone Fishing. Gannets and pelicans plunge-dive like living spears, and grizzly bears hook salmon with their claws.
Producer Michael Bright
Live entertainment from the Pebble Mill foyer.
Executive producer Olwyn Hocking Editor Steve Weddle
With Philip Hayton.
Weather John Kettley
Lucy is attracted to Nick.
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Henry Kelly with seven new European quiz contestants. Director John M A Lane
Producer Kerensa Bunce
A Reg Grundy production for BBCtv
The Velvet Jungle. Starsky (Paul Michael Glaser ) and Hutch (David Soul) uncover corruption and an illegal immigration racket. (R)
American comedy series set in a class of gifted students.
Viki and Eric, and Simone and Alex. Simone and Eric are going together, but Eric asks Viki out, while Simone dates Alex, who's supposed to be Viki's boyfriend.
The series aimed at helping people on a low income returns with a new presenter, Nerys Hughes. Stephen Buczacki helps the Baxter family plan their new garden; Hudson and Halls cook up a contest to produce the cheapest three-course meal; three people boast their way to a new job; Alison Mitchell offers a three-point plan to get out of debt and Nerys Hughes meets Carol Smith, who describes her 'unemployment survival kit'.
Director Tina Fletcher
Series producer Erica Griffiths
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Introduced by Andi Peters and starting with Trundle the tractor gets all her friends to help clear up litter on the farm. With Mike Amatt and the voices of Bob Peck and Anna Carteret.
Producer Celia Bonner
Cartoon about an aeroplane. (R)
Written by Philippa Pearce.
Told for Jackanory in five parts by Helena Bonham Carter.
1: Kate Tranter was born on the day her father died, ten years ago, or so she has been told. Only when she finds his gravestone does her family mystery start to unravel. Director Marilyn Fox
Producer Angela Beeching
Cartoon. Evil spacemen land in Mouseville and capture Mighty Mouse. (R)
Cartoon about super-hero cats.
The news programme for children, with Roger Finn and Juliet Morris. Editor Nick Heathcote
Magazine programme for children 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 Suzanne Charlton
The news in the south of England presented by Bruce Parker , Sally Taylor and Richard Vaughan. Editor Richard Horobin
Live entertainment and conversation with Terry Wogan and his guests. Producer Jane O'Brien
Executive producer Peter Estall
Presented by consumer champions, Lynn Faulds Wood and John Stapleton. With reports from Sue Bishop and Bill Hanrahan. In the last of Watching the Watchdogs,
John Stapleton examines how national bodies deal with customer complaints. Editor Sarah Caplin
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A comedy series written by Paul A Mendelson.
Starring Anton Rodgers Lesley Dunlop
The Look of Love. When looking for a 'dream home',
Alec knows just what Zoe will like, whether she likes it or not.
Director Paul Harrison Producer Sharon Bloom
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Back Street Bandits
Stunning night photography by Barrie Britton reveals the city life of the North American raccoon. The animals are shown as never before, including a sequence of a mother leading her babies down a 40ft chimney stack. Producer Karen Bass
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With Michael Buerk.
Weather Suzanne Charlton 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES (news only)
The full story of Saddam Hussein 's supergun is revealed. It began as one scientist's dream and ended in murder, illegal arms shipments, and serious embarrassment for the government. With previously secret documents and interviews with some of those most closely involved,
Panorama shows how the Iraqis ordered three different guns, how British companies helped build the parts, and how confusion and rivalry in Whitehall nearly led to potentially lethal technology falling into Saddam's hands. Jane Corbin reports. Producer Mark Killlck
An American drama series starring Robert Loggia
Daryl Ross and the Supremes An attempt on the life of a Supreme Court judge leads
Mancuso into an investigation of one of her assistants.
Jean St John:
1977: Jubilee mania hits the country, the young rebel and embrace punk in their search for personal identity. A vote of 'no confidence' in the government brings about a Lib/Lab pact; Steve Biko dies in a South African jail; Elvis dies at Graceland. Music by the Stranglers, the Eagles,
Elvis Costello , the Jam, Status Quo, Queen and the Bee Gees. Producer Ursyka McCulloch (R)
Runaways. An estimated
100,000 young people run away from home every year, leaving themselves vulnerable. What can be done to help them? (R)
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