Starting with 6.30-6.55 Business Breakfast
News every quarter hour.
The King and I. Rock 'n' roll becomes a riot when Balki is hypnotised into thinking that he is Elvis Presley.
Final day of conference.
Representatives debate a subject of their choosing.
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With Philippa Forrester.
The Tent Stop.
Cartoon about a family of monsters.
Coverage resumes with a speech by Party Chairman Chris Patten , MP.
11.00am and 12.00
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The healers of India and Pakistan have plied their ancient remedies for years.
More and more white patients are now turning to the treatment of the east.
Madge and Dorothy clash at the Willis's housewarming party.
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Introduced by Helen Rollason.
Quarter-finals of the Dunhill Cup from St Andrews.
2.30 Duke of Edinburgh Stakes (6f)
3.05 Moss Bros October Stakes
3.40 AIM Aviation Stakes
(Nursery Handicap. 7f) (Sport on Friday continues at 4.00pm on BBC2)
With Andi Peters.
Animation about a lovable and clumsy penguin.
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Presenter (Children's BBC):
Fifth in a six-part science series. Today: G is for grease, gravity, greenhouses and glue. Written by Kjartan Poskitt 0 STEREO
Animation about a brave and daring 16-year-old boy's quest for Camelot.
Today's record breakers include the world's longest human centipede (all 2,296 of them), a boating trip on the Kennet and Avon Canal, and 17-time record-holder Paddy Doyle , who attempts a gruelling one-mile backpack run. Presented by Roy Castle and Cheryl Baker.
A 20-part school drama.
10: Ms Booth is concerned, but is Chrissy lying? Richard, Nick and Matthew plan to surprise the robbers.
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With Peter Sissons and Moira Stuart.
Weather Ian McCaskill
Pop singers Roberta Flack and Maxi Priest are among Terry Wogan 's guests, live from the Television Centre.
An American comedy series based on the popular film
Bigfoot and the Hendersons. Cool. Scolded for creating havoc in the Henderson household, Harry runs away. 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Comedian Russ Abbot welcomes Les Dennis , Sherrie Hewson and Bella Emberg. Director/Producer Tudor Davies Executive producer John Bishop STEREO
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The last episode in the comedy series about a self-made millionaire, written by Bob Larbey, starring Dennis Waterman.
Despite Sam's advice, Tony makes another date with Jane Webster when Ruth stands him up for dinner.
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With Martyn Lewis. Regional News
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Something to Hide. A car bomb placed by animal rights activists injures the wrong man.
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Malcolm Arnold at 70
Malcolm Arnold made his first impact on the musical world as a trumpet player, but soon switched to a career as a composer, with early successes in film music - including an Oscar for The Bridge on the River Kwai.
However, despite his prolific output, Arnold's career plummeted and it's only now that his music is arousing interest once again. Producer Kriss Rusmanis Editor Andrew Snell
From Wembley Arena.
Featuring the Henderson
Masters, a winner-takes-all competition. With David Vine. Producers Johnnie Watherston and Wendy Sheppard