Analysis of the main trading stories.
6.00, 6.15, 6.30, 6.45, 6.58 News; 6.15 Financial papers; 6.25 Sport; 6.29, 6.55
With Justin Webb and Beatrice Hollyer. News every 15minutes. 7.12, 7.40,8.12,
8.40 Business; 7.20, 7.50, 8.20, 8.50
Sport; 7.25,8.25,8.55 Weather, Regional news, Travel. Editor Bob Wheaton
Robert Kilroy-Silk with the eighth series of his topical discussion programme.
Ross King and Julie Peasgood present a live quiz testing contestants' knowledge of news, past and present. Stereo
With Zoë Ball. Stereo Stereo .
Anne Diamond and Nick Owen return for a second series of their daily magazine show with a menu of features, news and gossip, information, tips and celebrity guests. Today's special features are: 10.45 Travel Show 10.50 Medical Matters 11.00 News (Subtitled)
Regional News; Weather 11.05 TV Comment
11.10 Advice Phone-in 11.20 Star Guest of the Day 11.30 Video Horoscope 11.40 Touch of Love 11.45 Style Counsel 12.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News; Weather.
Editor Mike Hollingsworth
Anne Diamond talks with Andrew Duncan
Alan Titchmarsh 's guest todayisBenElton.
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo Subtitled
Today Steve Davis v David Roe and Terry Griffiths v Stephen Hendry.
A White Rabbit production for BBCtv Stereo
With Toby Anstis.
Madge has a mystery buyer for the coffee shop.
(Shown at 1.30pm. For cast see Wednesday;
With Peter Sissons and Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
Presented by Tim Ewart , with sports news from Rob Curling. Editor Guy Pelham REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Regional news with Mark Longhurst and Sally Taylor.
This week, Noel Edmonds pits the Lee family from Newark against the Browns of Bedford. The celebrity guests asking questions about their own careers are Wendy Richard and Cheryl Baker. Director Graham Wetherell
Producer Richard L Lewis
Anne Robinson exposes the scandals of the high street and confronts the cowboys. Call the hotline live on [number removed] and talk through your story with a Watchdog researcher. Editor Sarah Caplin
YOUR STORY: alternatively you can write to PO Box 5555, London W 12 6WD.
To be in service is one thing, but to be servile is another.
Written by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey Producer John Howard Davies
A second series of the new
"recession comedy for the 90s". Starring Ray Winstone
Martin is determined to be top Doggie Chunks salesman in north London, Albert is trying to a void a bailiff with a writ and Loretta deals with an admirer.
Written by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran Director Terry Kinane
Producer Bernard McKenna
An Alomo production for BBCtv
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
Has the time now come for the universal state pension to be pensioned off?
Stephen Bradshaw reports that every year the welfare state pays out billions of pounds in benefits to pensioners who don't need the money, and a quarter of retired couples now have a disposable income above the national average.
Would it not make sense to target their pension money at the millions of poor old people who desperately need it? Or should everyone who has paid into the fund during their working life remain entitled to draw their fair share?
Producer Sarah Powell
Andrea Newman 's steamy
seven-part tale of passion and betrayal, first shown in 1990. Starring Trevor Eve Lisa Harrow
6: Richard is running wild and Inge is exultant. Felix, meanwhile, goes on holiday unaware of the storm about to break over his head.
Producer Simon Passmore
Director Bruce Macdonald
Tonight's films under review:
Rising Sun stars Sean Connery and Wesley Snipes as a pair of detectives investigating a murder. Based on the best-selling novel by Michael Crichton , the backdrop of Japanese business dealing resulted in accusations of racism. Are they justified? True Romance, written by Quentin Tarantino (Reservoir Dogs) and directed by Tony Scott , stars Christian Slater and Patricia Arquette (sister of Rosanna) as newlyweds on the run from the Mafia and the police.
And Kevin Kline talks about his dual roles in Dave, where he plays both a US president and a man who bears an uncanny likeness to him.
Director Liz Ekberg
Producer Bruce Thompson
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Watchdog's Simon Walton gets to grips with the south coast nightlife when he spends a day at a Bournemouth charm school for bouncers, learning courtesy and "minimum force technique". Then, all spruced up in his bib and tucker, he puts into practice at a nightclub what he's been taught. A special report examines Britain's Skill Olympics performance in the vital electronics and engineering areas. Plus, in My Way housewife Gay Gower turns metal sculptress. Editor Bernard Adams
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