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: Business Breakfast

Analysis of the main stories, with market and general news.
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


Editor: Paul Gibbs

: Breakfast News

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


Editor: Bob Wheaton

: Summer Mornings on BBC

Ross King's update on the morning entertainment to come this week.

: Morning Surgery

Dr Mark Porter and Lydia Thomas explain the preventative value of good posture. A Moore production for BBCtv


Unknown: Dr Mark Porter
Unknown: Lydia Thomas

: Eldorado

: News

Regional News; Weather

: Playdays

With Philippa Forrester. Stereo
The Why Bird Stop.

: Stoppit and Tldyup


: Daffy Duck Double Bill

Cartoon fun.

: News

Regional News; Weather

: Cricket: Second Test

England (Australia
Live coverage of the final day's play in the second Cornhill
Insurance Test from Lord's.
Introduced by Tony Lewis.
Including at 12.00 News Subtitled
Regional News; Weather


Introduced By: Tony Lewis.

: One O'Clock News

With Edward Stourton.
Weather John Kettley


Unknown: Edward Stourton.
Unknown: John Kettley

: Neighbours

: Wimbledon

The Lawn Tennis Championships live from the All England Club. The Centre Court opens for business again at two o'clock and on this first day there's a chance to examine the claims of top players Becker, Edberg,
Courier and the new world No 1
Pete Sampras. Commentary by John Barrett , Mark Cox , Bill Threlfall , Barry Davies , Paul Hutchins , Julian Tutt ,
John Alexander and David Mercer.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam.


Unknown: Pete Sampras.
Commentary By: John Barrett
Commentary By: Mark Cox
Commentary By: Bill Threlfall
Commentary By: Barry Davies
Commentary By: Paul Hutchins
Commentary By: Julian Tutt
Unknown: John Alexander
Unknown: David Mercer.
Introduced By: Desmond Lynam.

: The Adventures of Skippy

With Andi Peters and Edd.
Another tale about the famous kangaroo. Stereo


Unknown: Andi Peters

: Toxic Crusaders

Animation. Rpt Subtitled

: Newsround

News for children.

: Blue Peter

With John Leslie, Diane-Louise Jordan and Anthea Turner.


Presenter: John Leslie
Presenter: Diane-Louise Jordan
Presenter: Anthea Turner

: Neighbours

Phoebe tries to come to terms with Todd's death.

: Six O'Clock News

Peter Sissons and Moira Stuart.
Weather Ian McCaskill


Unknown: Peter Sissons
Unknown: Moira Stuart.
Unknown: Ian McCaskill

: Newsroom South East

Presented by Guy Michelmore and Louise Batchelor with sports news from Rob Curling. EditorGuyPelham REGIONAL PROGRAMME


Presented By: Guy Michelmore
Presented By: Louise Batchelor
Unknown: Rob Curling.

: Eldorado

Trish is helped to make up her mind about Alex.
(For cast see Friday. Repeated on Wednesday at 12.25pm)

: Watchdog

Another chance to see four special editions of the consumer affairs programme. Slimmers Beware
Can dieting seriously damage your health? Yo-yo dieters may be at risk from heart disease and rapid weight loss might lead to gallstones. Desperate dieters and a failed former
WeightWatcher of the Year express their disappointment with the slimming industry.
Presented by John Stapleton. Producer Nicola Moody Editor Sarah Caplin


Presented By: John Stapleton.
Editor: Sarah Caplin

: Bruce's Guest Night

In the last programme of the series, Bruce Forsyth's guests are Canada's k.d. lang with her latest single, West Country comedian Jethro, and top singing star Jack Jones.


Presenter: Bruce Forsyth
Singer: k.d. lang
Comedian: Jethro
Singer: Jack Jones
Director: John L. Spencer
Producer: Kevin Bishop

: Waiting for God

When a local vicar has a nervous breakdown, Tom and Diana set him off on an interesting path to sanity.
Written by Michael Aitkens
Director/Producer Gareth Gwenlan


Written By: Michael Aitkens
Producer: Gareth Gwenlan
Diana: Stephanie Cole
Tom: Graham Crowden
Harvey Bains: Daniel Hill
Jane: Janine Duvitski
Geoffrey: Andrew Tourell
Marion: Sandra Payne

: Nine O'Clock News

With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Regional News
Weather Ian McCaskill


Unknown: Martyn Lewis.
Unknown: Ian McCaskill

: Panorama

Lloyd's Last Chance
Lloyd's of London - the most famous insurance market in the world - is in crisis. After hurricanes, terrorism and tanker disasters losses run into billions, and legal actions alleging negligence and fraud abound. Now, as Lloyd's embarks on a critical rescue plan, thousands of "names" - the wealthy individuals who back the market - are in revolt.
John Penycate goes behind the battle lines.
Editor Glenwyn Benson
A Fulcrum production for BBCtv


Unknown: John Penycate
Editor: Glenwyn Benson

: The V Word

A series on the joys of getting the most out of volunteering. Su Pollard spends time with people who care for others - and finds out how they can get as much out of it as they put in. Series producer Stephen Moss
INFORMATION LINE: phone free on 0[number removed]for details of volunteering opportunities in your area.


Unknown: Su Pollard
Producer: Stephen Moss

: Today at Wimbledon

Sue Barker, former Wimbledon semi-finalist, joins
Harry Carpenter to introduce the best of the day's play.
Reigning Men's Singles' Champion Andre Agassi , suffering from tendonitis of the right wrist, kept the fans guessing in the build-up to the tournament as he did last year, while Boris Becker ,
Jim Courier , Stefan Edberg and Pete Sampras take the first steps in their attempt to supplant his name on the trophy.


Unknown: Harry Carpenter
Unknown: Andre Agassi
Unknown: Boris Becker
Unknown: Jim Courier
Unknown: Stefan Edberg
Unknown: Pete Sampras

Blog post that mentions this programme:

Wimbledon: Players, pundits and personalities 30 June 2017

: Come Dancing

The country's top amateur dancers step out over the next ten weeks to compete in various disciplines for the Proton Cars Trophy. This year, the old-time dance category makes a welcome return.
Rosemarie Ford hosts the action between tonight's teams from London North and Glasgow and world champions Marcus and Karen Hilton are the cabaret performers. Music is from the Andy Ross Orchestra. Producer Simon Betts
Stepping out behind the scenes


Unknown: Rosemarie Ford
Unknown: Karen Hilton
Unknown: Andy Ross Orchestra.
Producer: Simon Betts

: Disabled Lives

First of four films on what it means to be disabled.
Altered States. When PC Philip Olds was shot and paralysed, he couldn't face life in a wheelchair and vowed to walk again. The media took up his cause and he went to America in search of a miracle. Computers and electrodes helped him take a few steps, but nothing more. Severe depression and death soon followed. Perhaps, as some disabled people argue, the roots of such a tragedy lie not with the individual but in society's view of disability. Producer Tim Lambert
SUPPORT: for a free booklet and magazine, write to: [address removed] enclosing 36p A4 sae.


Producer: Tim Lambert

: Cricket: Second Test

England v Australia
Highlights of the final day's play.

: Weather

: BBC Select

RCN Nursing Update: Unit 1 6 -
Pressure Sores.

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