World news, business news, weather and sport. Analysis of the main business trading stories, with market news every 15 minutes. Plus Europe's financial papers.
6.00, 6.15, 6.30, 6.45, 6.58 News
6.15 Financial papers
6.25 Sport; 6.29, 6.55 Weather
Editor Paul Gibbs
News reports and analysis, the morning's papers, plus sport, business updates, weather and travel. News every 15 minutes.
7.25, 8.25, 8.55 Weather; Regional news; Travel
7.20, 7.50, 8.20, 8.50 Sport
7.12, 7.40, 8.12, 8.40 Business Editor Bob Wheaton
Topical studio discussion. A Kilroy production for BBCtv
Quiz with Ross King. Today's guest is Gladiator Phoenix, alias Sandy Young.
VIEWERS' QUIZ: see Tuesday
With Toby Anstis.
The Why Bird Stop.
Daily magazine programme with Anne Diamond and Nick Owen.
10.50 Lone Rangers of Love
11.00 News (Subtitled); weather
11.10 Medical Matters with Dr Mark Porter
11.15 Country Characters
11.25 Library of Romance
11.30 Video Stars
11.35 Consumer Action with Will Hanrahan
11.45 Advice Phone-In
12.00 News (Subtitled); weather Editor Mike Hollingsworth
HOTLINE: see Friday
Today's guest is actor Michael Elphick. With Judi Spiers.
With Philip Hayton. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
Carousel. A bullet-ridden JR lies in a Dallas hospital.
Gloria Hunniford and Caron Keating meet the winner of the Working Mothers Award and look at childminding as a job.
With Andi Peters.
Cartoon narrated by Terry Wogan.
A 13-part children's comedy drama.
1: Radio Roo is two today. With Wayne Jackman , Ian Tregonning ,
Caroline O'Connor , Duncan Galloway. Written by Wayne Jackman
A three-part Jackanory tale told by Rik Mayall.
Everyone thinks they know the story of the Frog Prince.... but do they?
Written by Kaye Umansky and illustrated by Jan Brychta
4.25pm Rude Dog and the Dweebs: Hello Mr. Kitty?
With Juliet Morris and Krishnan Guru-Murthy .
Today, find out if the top of the / Care appeal's totaliser is flashing.
Brenda and Dorothy take part in a radio quiz and Dorothy learns an important lesson about "intelligence".
Peter Sissons and Anna Ford.
Weather Penny Tranter
Presented by Guy Michelmore and Louise Batchelor with sports news from Rob Curling. EditorGuyPelham REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Drew is forced to go on a diet; Marcus and Pilar, after their idyllic holiday, are brought back to earth with a bang.
Episode written by Harry Holmes
Series producer Corinne Hollingworth Director Nicholas Prosser
A Cinema Verity/J D y T production for BBCtv
Slimmers Beware. Did you eat too much over Christmas? In this special edition of the consumer magazine programme, John Stapleton looks at some of the hidden pitfalls of dieting and discovers that rapid weight loss can lead to gallstones, while
"yo-yo dieting" might increase the risk of heart disease.
Desperate dieters and a failed former WeightWatcher of the Year express their disappointment with the slimming industry. Producer Nicola Moody Editor Sarah Caplin
The ex-staff of Grace
Brothers in a second series of the comedy written by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft. Now settled into Millstone
Manor, the rambling mansion they are running as a country hotel, they have managed to attract their first visitors, a group of American tourists. And in this first episode, the guests' habit of chewing gum causes problems.
Director/Producer Mike Stephens
Comedy series set in Glasgow's boxing world, written by Clayton Moore.
Vinnie Binns , a boxing manager in straitened circumstances, does some talent spotting in a public bar. Will his plans be thwarted by Vikki Brown and the mighty Doctors Against Boxing (DAB) organisation? Newcomer John Kazek , who plays the boxer Vinnie takes under his wing, is better known as the barman in Rab CNesbitt.
With the voices of Jim Watt and Reg Gutteridge. Director Ron Bain
Producer Colin Gilbert
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Penny Tranter
Colourful comedy from the director of Down and Out in Beverly Hills, starring Richard Dreyfuss
On location in a South American banana republic, struggling actor Jack Noah is offered the role of a lifetime. The all-powerful dictator has just died and Jack is the only one who can fill his jackboots.
Director Paul Mazursky
● SEE FILMS pages 35-40
Highlights of the FA Cup Third Round:
Queens Park Rangers v Swindon
Many think QPR are one of the best footballing sides in the Premier League. Their manager, former England captain Gerry
Francis, has successfully moulded experience with young talent to take on clubs with greater resources. But Glen Hoddle 's
Swindon are one of the best passing teams in the country and should prove a test for them. Introduced by Desmond Lynam. Series producer John Shrewsbury Editor Brian Barwick