The magazine programme with a regional flavour.
9.15 Kilroy 9.55 News and Weather 10.05-10.35
Children's BBC Introduced by Simon Parkin. Playdays - The
Playbus is at the Dot Stop
10.25 Stoppit and Tidyup
10.35 She's the Sheriff
11.00 News and Weather
11.05 People Today 12.00 News and Weather 12.05
Happy Memories 12.20 Scene Today 12.55 Regional News and Weather
Live coverage with Julian Wilson. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan and Richard Pitman.
2.15 Sun Alliance Novices Hurdle
2.50 Queen Mother Champion Chase (2m)
3.30 Coral Golden Hurdle (3m If) (Coverage continues on BBC2) W SPORT: page 12
Introduced by Andi Peters.
Bodger and Badger
A 12-part school comedy. 10: It's Hawaiian Day at Letsby Avenue. But the tropical atmosphere takes a dive when Mrs Trout returns and cancels the coal delivery.
Written by Andy Cunningham
Quick Draw McGraw Gun-slinging cartoon about the wild west.
Bill's New Frock
Written by Anne Fine. Last of the three daily parts told for Jackanory by Kevin Whately.
Cartoon. The Chipmunks get a new puppy.
Potsworth and Co
The cartoon adventures of four humans and one dog in the Dream Zone.
5.00pm Newsround The news programme for children.
5.10-5.35pm Dodgem A children's drama series in six parts.
4: Simon is still determined to get his father away from hospital - and old man Penfold might have just the plan.
Written by Bernard Ashley
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Boy in playground:
An American comedy series about a teenage doctor, starring Neil Patrick Harris Breaking Up is Hard to Doogie. Since the old excitement seems to be disappearing from their relationship, will time apart help Doogie and Wanda grow fonder of each other?
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An American murder-mystery series, starring
Naked Brunch. Literary agents are never the most popular of people, but crime novelist Max is shocked when he wakes up beside the body of his own Mr Ten Per Cent. His shock turns to horror when the corpse disappears and Max is the number one suspect.
Back in the 50s, a cigarette with a pint, or during your lunch break, was the obvious way to relax - but no one knew then what it would lead to. For many smoking has now become a pernicious habit, with potentially fatal consequences. On No Smoking Day 1991, QED talks to life-long smokers, and with extraordinary film taken inside a smoker's body, takes a compelling look at how a moment's pleasure leaves its mark on human flesh.
Narrated by Maggie Philbin. Producer Dan Sail
Senes editor David Filkin
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
All the results and highlights from tonight's FA Cup Sixth Round replays.
The latest action from the World Figure Skating
Championships in Munich.
Highlights of the second day of the Cheltenham Festival, plus a preview of tomorrow's big race, the Gold Cup.
A look forward to the final matches in this season's Five
Nations Championship. Producer Vivien Kent
Editor Brian Barwick W SPORT: page 12
Captured by a tribe of Sioux Indians, English aristocrat
Lord John Morgan is tortured, humiliated and treated as a horse. Gradually, he manages to integrate himself with the Indians and their culture, learning to live in the wilderness, and enduring the savage Sun Vow ritual. A powerful film, based on authentic records.
Director Elliot Silverstein
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Lord John Morgan:
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