Analysis of the main stories, with market and general news every 15 minutes.
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, 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
The short, sharp game show.
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With Toby Anstis.
The Why Bird Stop.
Daily magazine programme with Anne Diamond and Nick Owen.
10.45 Medical Matters with Dr Mark Porter
10.50 Lone Rangers of Love
11.00 News (Subtitled); weather
11.10 Country Faces
11.20 Library of Romance
11.30 Video Stars
11.35 Topical Phone-in 11.50 Where There's a Will-consumer action with Will Hanrahan
12.00 News (Subtitled); weather Editor Mike Hollingsworth
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The entertainer Bobby Davro is Alan Titchmarsh 's guest.
With Philip Hayton. Subtitled weather Ian McCaskill
The Benson and Hedges Masters from Wembley Conference Centre. Neal Foulds, world-ranked No 5, is pitched against Alan McManus , the season's most consistent performer. Plus news of Darren Morgan against the wild-card entry Ken Doherty. Presented by Dougie Donnelly.
Cartoon. Stoppit and Tidyup head for their favourite picnic
Spot. Rpt Stereo
Animation. The Peas enter a vegetable show. Rpt
A 13-part comedy drama.
6: When Clive is made to go to school by Miss Catchem the truant officer, he causes chaos and riots until he is expelled. With Wayne Jackman ,
Ian Tregonning , Judith Jacob and William Petrie.
Written by Wayne Jackman
The second of three Fantastic Stories written and told for Jackanory by Terry Jones. Charlemagne the cock persuades Stanislav the dog to seek his fortune in the big city.
With John Leslie, Diane-Louise Jordan and Anthea Turner.
Lucy is the object of some unwanted attention; Guy has a confrontation. Faye gets the better of Dorothy.
With Peter Sissons and Moira Stuart.
I Weather John Kettley
Presented by Guy Michelmore and Louise Batchelor with sports news from Rob Curling. Editor Guy Pelham REGIONAL PROGRAMMES
Regional news with Mark Longhurst and Sally Taylor.
Editor Andy Griffee
Rosario comes to a difficult decision - supported by Roberto. Drew gets into bad habits.
Episode written by Gillian Richmond Series producer Corinne Hollingworth Director Garth Tucker
A Cinema Verity/J D y T production for BBCtv
Consumer series. Call live on [number removed]and tell your story. With Lynn Faulds Wood and John Stapleton. Editor Sarah Caplin
LETTERS: instead of phoning, you can write to PO Box 5555. London W 12 6WD.
Last episode of the comedy series about the ex-staff of Grace Brothers department store trying the country life, written by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft.
A group of Mongolian businessmen due to stay at
Millstone Manor are expecting an exhibition of British culture:
Shakespeare, ballet and opera. With no money to spend on entertainment, there seems to be only one answer.
Director/Producer Mike Stephens
Miss Long Wee:
Last episode of the comedy series set in Glasgow's boxing world, written by Clayton Moore. Hormone Troubles. Hance has a "wee" problem with steroids.
Director Ron Bain
With Michael Buerk.
Weather John Kettley
David Dimbleby and a team of reporters investigate, analyse and discuss the latest events at home and abroad.
In this exclusive interview,
Robert Redford talks to Barry Norman about his dislike of acting, his looks, his support for independent film-makers through his Sundance Institute and his latest film, A River Runs through It. A story of family, religion and fishing, it is not the most commercial of subjects, yet the film's success has defied industry pundits. Redford explains why it is only the third film he has directed since winning an Oscar for directing Ordinary People. Known for his wish for privacy and concern for the environment, Redford shuns the glamour of the West Coast to live in Utah. So how does he view the film community in Hollywood? And will he ever team up on screen with Paul Newman again? Producer Bruce Thompson
The Sundance Kid is still
Hollywood golden boy
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The Masters from Wembley Conference Centre.
James Wattana , emphatic winner of the World Matchplay title in December, plays the talented Martin Clark , ranked 12 in the world but still to make the big breakthrough. Presented by Dougie Donnelly.