Business Breakfast Business and financial news. Followed at 7.00am by the morning news programme. Headlines or news summaries every quarter hour.
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
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The magazine programme with a regional flavour.
9.00 News and Weather
9.05 Kilroy - with Robert Kilroy-Silk 9.50 Dish of the Day
10.00 News and Weather
10.05-10.35 Children's BBC
Introduced by Simon Parkin starting with Playdays - the Playbus stops today at the Why Bird Stop 10.25 Stoppit and Tidyup - cartoon (R)
10.35 She's the Sheriff (R)
11.00 News and Weather
11.05 People Today including Mother of Mine, and Kitchen Call on [number removed]12.00 News and Weather
12.05 Wildlife Gems - classic moments from the Natural History Unit archive 12.20
Scene Today 12.55 Regional News and Weather
A Reg Grundy production for BBCtv
/ Love You, Rosey Malone
Starsky (Paul Michael < Glaser) is caught between I love and duty. (R)
American comedy series set in a class of gifted students. Gotta Dance When Alex (
Michael de Lorenzo ) fails a big exam, he is forced to drop out of the dance contest, until
Charlie (Howard Hesseman ) gives him another chance.
In the marketplace of ideas: Clare Connery makes a filling supper; job psychologist Dr Marie Stewart has advice for mature people wanting to return to work;
Stefan Buczacki prunes roses for summer; and image consultant
Barbara Jacques changes the way teacher David Pelling dresses. Presented by Nerys Hughes.
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Introduced by Andi Peters.
A five-part children's comedy series.
1: Dennis the DJ announces on Radio Roo that the missing heir is an Ozzie high-jumper.
Arabel's Tree-House written by Joan Aiken.
Told by Bernard Cribbins.
Cartoon about heroic cats.
The news programme for children.
Magazine programme for children presented by Yvette Fielding , John Leslie and Diane-Louise Jordan. 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Matt is jealous of Nick.
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Toby Mangel FINN:
With Peter Sissons and Moira Stuart.
Weather Ian McCaskill
Presented by Guy Michelmore and Louise Batchelor.
With sports news from Michael Wale.
Editor Fiona Chesterton
Terry Wogan announces the grand total raised by last
November's Children in Need in the company of surprise guests and some of the children who have benefited.
Producer Carl Rosen
Executive producer Peter Estall
Nearly 150,000 children attend boarding school in this country. Nearly half of them have parents who are 'first time buyers' and did not themselves go away to school. Why are they so enthusiastic about the advantages of living, as well as learning, at school? Ian Smith finds out. Presented by John Humphrys. Producer Carol Mynott Editor Anne Tyerman
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Last in the comedy series written by Paul A Mendelson. Starring Anton Rodgers Lesley Dunlop
/ Guess I'll Have to Change My Plans. Alec gets the surprise of his life.
Director Paul Harrison
Producer Sharon Bloom
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In a dark world of tunnels, ingenious photography unearths the mole's secret way of life. Narrated by David Attenborough. Producer Mike Salisbury
Series producer Mike Beynon (R) NATURE: page 12
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With Michael Buerk.
Weather Ian McCaskill
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While the world has been distracted by the Gulf crisis, momentous political events have been taking place in the Soviet Union, which put a question mark against
President Gorbachev's entire programme of reform. Gavin Hewitt reports on how the struggle for independence in the republics combined with mounting economic chaos to provoke a formidable conservative backlash.
Producer Jenny Clayton Editor Mark Thompson
Last in the American drama series.
Starring Robert Loggia
Adamant Eve. Dark threats and labour unrest lead
Mancuso into the world of a high-powered industrialist whose attempts to sell off his airline are complicated by an ugly divorce.
Former Archbishop of Canterbury Robert Runcie reflects on his time in the Church of England's highest office and his thoughts on life after death, in conversation with Bishop Richard Holloway. Producer Diane Reid
For years the dominant image of science has been of a white-coated man speaking a language reserved for the elite. Has the new science national curriculum addressed the problem? John Humphrys chairs a discussion with four eminent educationalists in front of an invited audience.
Producer Lambros Atteshlis Editor Robin Mudge