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
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
News on mumps, measles and chickenpox, and a fresh insight into tinnitus. With Dr Mark
Porter and Lydia Thomas. A Moore production for BBCtv
Ross King presents scrumptious gateaux.
A Kershaw production for BBCtv
Richard Whitmore looks back at some headline stories.
A Moore production for BBCtv
With Philippa Forrester. Stereo
The Why Bird Stop.
Highlights from this year's
GoodMorning.... with Anne and Nick. Today: redecorating a lounge; a woman's battle to become a mother; and a rubble heap becomes a dream garden. A Mentorn Midlands production for BBCtv
Buck tries to help a young street-fighter.
Bryan McNerney visits a manor house in Cornwall. Rpt
12.55pm Regional News; Weather
With Edward Stourton. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
The Lawn Tennis Championships live from the All England Club.
Andi Peters and Edd. Stereo
Kangaroo tales. Stereo
In the last edition before the summer break,
Diane-Louise Jordan visits a real-life dinosaur graveyard in America.
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Paul plans the biggest surprise of Christina's life.
With Peter Sissons and Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Penny Tranter
Regional news with Mark Longhurst and Sally Taylor.
Presented by Guy Michelmore and Louise Batchelor with sports news from Rob Curling. EditorGuyPelham REGIONAL PROGRAMMES
Trine makes one last attempt to reunite her family.
(For cas t see Friday. Repeated on Wednesday at 12.25pm)
A special edition of the consumer affairs programme. The Alternative Travel
Simon Walton reveals how some top tour operators are sending clients to hotels with totally unacceptable safety standards. There's a report on the risks that tourists run of being mugged in America, and the pick of viewers' holiday video nasties.
Producer Helen Glanville Editor Sarah Caplin
The comedy series written by Paul A Mendelson, starring Miriam Karlin, George Costigan, Tessa Peake-Jones.
Pete and Sally Rokeby are moving house - but it's what's moving inside the house that worries them.
A Cinema Verity production for BBCtv
Starring Stephanie Cole Graham Crowden
Tom and Diana have to look after two nasty children. Diana teaches them a thing or two. Written by Michael Aitkens.
Director/Producer Gareth Gwenlan
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Penny Tranter
Can hospitals be trusted to provide the best possible care? Panorama offers evidence that some cannot and that differences in financing and treatment mean that certain hospitals and surgeons are more effective than others. But patients are never given their names, even when knowing them could save their lives.
Steve Bradshaw reports from Britain and America on the conflict between the traditional secrecy of doctors and the demands of patients who want to know where their lives are most likely to be saved. Producer Emily Smyth
Last programme in the series on the joys of volunteering.
Craig Charles takes it that little bit further - to Cairo.
Producer Kate Cheeseman
Series producerStephen Moss
INFORMATION LINE: phone free on 0[number removed]for detailsof volunteering opportunities in yourarea.
The best of today's play as the championships build to a climax, introduced by Harry Carpenter and Sue Barker.
The old time dancers join the Latin, modern and formation experts and Rosemarie Ford hosts the action between
Manchester and Belfast, as they compete for the Proton Cars Trophy.
World professional Latin champions Donnie Burns and Gaynor Fairweather are in cabaret, and the music is by the Andy Ross Orchestra. Producer Simon Betts
A series of films on what it means to be disabled.
The Gospel according to Berkeley
Twenty years ago, disabled students at Berkeley, California, bypassed the professional agencies, set up their own services, demanded equal rights and created an accessible environment for themselves.
Now their concept of independent living is spreading worldwide and 'missionaries' are at work in Estonia, Mexico and Japan promoting self-help and a different cultural perspective on disability. But how well does the Californian philosophy travel?
SUPPORT: a free booklet and magazine accompany this series. Write to: Disabled Lives, [address removed].
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