Starting with 6.30-6.55 Business Breakfast
News every quarter hour.
Live discussion programme with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
Today, turkey breast with Parma ham and garlic. Recipe on Ceefax page 61
With Philippa Forrester.
The Dot Stop.
Today's guest, opera singer
Thomas Allen , recalls his youth spent in the mining town of Seaham, Co Durham. With Cliff Michelmore and Wendy Gibson.
With Mike Smith. Family quiz. 0STEREO
Miriam Stoppard talks babies and Russell Grant stargazes. With Mairi Maciver and Adrian Mills.
12.00 News and Regional News; Weather
Today, the Irish singer Johnny Logan performs in the foyer.
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Quiz hosted by Henry Kelly.
America's longest-running police series, starring Jack Lord
24-Kamt Kill. The murder of a housewife starts McGarrett on the trail of a smuggling racket.
This week's guests are Ginger Rogers, photographer Eve
Arnold and "Green Goddess"
Diana Moran. Hosted by David Jacobs and Sheila McClennon.
With Andi Peters.
Dooby's Duck Truck
Comedy series. After 400 days on a desert island, Neil and Mr Hancock have started hearing voices. With Neil Mullarkey and Nick Hancock.
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A new arts magazine, looking at design.
Today, the future for mountain bikes - are they over the hill?
Also, how to tackle a one in one gradient in a 4 x 4 vehicle, and novel ways to show off your luggage. Presented by Margot Wilson and Helen Fort.
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The 18-part children's drama series set in a youth club.
9: Speedy tries to catch his dream girl. Fraser gets a shock. Written by Wally K Daly
A Zenith North production for BBCtv (Part 10 on Friday)
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Caroline is shocked at what
Helen does to Adam. Gemma worries about Matt and Aiden living under the same roof. And when Cody has a fainting spell, Pam leaps to all the wrong conclusions about her health.
(For cast see Monday. Shown at 1.30pm) ● STEREO
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Anna Ford and Chris Lowe present the latest national and international news.
Weather Peter Cockroft
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Among Terry Wogan 's guests tonight are Jackie Mason , the outspoken Jewish-American stand-up comic, who is performing in London's Royal Albert Hall this week. Also,
Donna Summer , sings her new single, Work That Magic, which she hopes will be as successful as former hits such as Love to Love You Baby, I Feel Loveand Mac Arthur Park.
The live magazine show which covers the latest in technology, medicine and the environment.
This week, a report from
Saintes in south-west France on the mystery of the disappearing Neanderthals. Newly analysed remains suggest that these hardy humans survived long enough to live side by side with modem man - so why aren't they around today? And from
Ireland, a look at how peat is helping to solve a controversial problem down on the fish farm. Presented by Kate Bellingham , John Diamond , Judith Hann and Howard Stableford.
Producer Martin Mortimore
Editor Dana Purvis ● STEREO
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Eighth in a 12-part drama series about the work of special constables.
Redwood learns more about Denzil, Anjali confronts a racist, and Calder is sent out to investigate a reported murder.
Episode written by Barbara Machin
Producers Brian Degas. Harry Robertson Director Christopher Hodson
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Mrs Margaret Ruddle:
More of your opinions on recent BBC programmes, presented by Anne Robinson. Producer Paul Smith ● STEREO
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With Martyn Lewis. Regional News
Weather Peter Cockroft
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A double bill of international boxing, introduced by Desmond Lynam. Frank Bruno v
Live from London's Royal Albert Hall, Frank Bruno, who was 30 last week, resumes his boxing career after a gap of over two-and-a-half years. Since his heroic but unsuccessful challenge for the World Heavyweight title, Bruno has been concentrating on affairs away from the ring. Now, after reassurances about his formerly troublesome eye problem, pantomime's "Genie of the Lamp" has had his own wish granted by the British Boxing Board of Control, and is all set for a third attempt at world title glory. Bruno's record of 32 wins in 35 fights compares favourably with that of his Dutch opponent John Emmen, who has had 16 wins in 18 professional contests.
John Mugabi v Gerald McClellan
Also on the bill, Ugandan-born Mugabi meets American McClellan for the vacant WBO Middleweight title.
Commentary by Harry Carpenter Plus news and results.
Producer Vivien Kent
Editor Brian Barwick
(Mugabi v McClellan is sponsored by the Daily and Sunday Mirror)
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Thrilling sequel to 1971's box-office success, starring Gene Hackman
Assigned to help the French police smash a heroin gang operating in Marseilles, Topeye" Doyle finds that his reputation as a tough New Yorker has preceded him. But gradually he earns the respect of the local police, as he tracks down his old adversary - Alain Charnier. Director John Frankenheimer
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