Business and financial news from Paul Burden and Fiona
Foster. Followed at 7.00am by the morning news programme with Nicholas Witchell and Laurie Mayer.
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.
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Introduced by Simon Parkin.
The Playbus stops at the Dot Stop. Today's story is The
Swallow at Fingerprint Farm by Michael Cole. With Eithne Hannigan and Will Brenton. 0 MAGAZINE: same title, 45p, on sale today from newsagents.
Bodger and Badger
A children's school comedy, in 12 parts, written by Andy Cunningham.
2: It's time for some magic moments when Miss Moon spots Badger and Class Four comes to the rescue.
Director Claire Winyard Producer Greg Childs
A children's drama in six parts based on the classic story by E Nesbit and dramatised by Helen Cresswell.
2: Anthea thinks of a wonderful wish - it just isn't very suitable for a baby.
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Five Children and It 5.10pm BBC1
The children's wishes grow even more extravagant in this week's episode. Simon Godwin, who plays Cyril, is at the Anna Scher Theatre School in London, but Tamzen Audas (Jane) had only appeared in school plays before being selected for Five Children and It. Nicole Mowat (Anthea) goes to ballet school in Surrey, and 15-year-old Charlie Richards (Robert), the most experienced of the four, has been training at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts since he was 11 and has appeared several times on television.
An American comedy-drama series about a teenage doctor starring Neil Patrick Harris Tough Guys Don't Teach
Doogie (Neil Patrick Harris ) gets a painful lesson in standing up for his principles. 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
A drama series about a newly-established police division on a dockland waterfront.
Repossessions. Ronnie tries to crack a mortgage mystery.
Episode written by Andy Lynch Producer Phil Redmond
Director Christopher Lovett
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A Slim Chance of Sight
Thirteen-year-old Alejandra lives in poverty in a remote corner of Nicaragua and is almost totally blind. She and her grandmother pray daily for a miracle and at last their prayers could be answered. A 'flying hospital' is on its way to Managua: an old DC8 which is aeroplane, operating theatre and teaching hospital rolled into one. Alejandra decides to travel 250 miles in the hope of a cure but in Managua she finds there are over 500 others seeking a personal miracle and only 25 are going to make it. Narrated by Maggie Philbin. Producer Alma Taft
Series edit or David Filkin
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Italian League v Football League, from Naples.
A team which is representative of the playing strength of the English domestic league takes on players from the world's classiest playing structure, the Italian League.
Kirkland Laing defends his British Welterweight crown against contender Del Bryan. Also on the bill, European
Light Welterweight champion Pat Barrett. Commentary by Harry Carpenter.
Plus news and results.
Introduced by Steve Rider. Producer Vivien Kent Editor Brian Barwick
Starring Richard Burton, Ian McShane
With the police getting dangerously close, East End gangster Vic Dakin becomes involved in a payroll job.
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