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With Tanya Sillem and Justin Webb. News reports, the morning's papers, plus sport, business updates, weather and travel. News every 15 minutes.
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
Daily topical discussion programme with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
A Kilroy production for BBCtv Stereo
Ross King with the daily news quiz.
A Kershaw production for BBCtv Stereo VIEWERS' QUIZ: see Tuesday
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Zoe Ball with birthday greetings. Stereo
The Why Bird Stop. Rpt Stereo
Daily magazine show with Anne Diamond and Nick Owen. Today's special features are: 10.40 Where There's a Will 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: this week Jack and Jill 11.45 Style Counsel
11.55 Hot Line 12.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News; Weather.
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Peter Ustinov is Alan Titchmarsh 's guest today. Stereo
12.55 Regional News; Weather
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo Subtitled
European quiz hosted by Henry Kelly.
A Reg Grundy productionfor BBC tv Stereo
Grand Prix action from the Hexagon.
With Toby Anstis.
With John Leslie, Diane-Louise Jordan and Anthea Turner.
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Rick and Debbie's London trip takes an unexpected turn. Pam tries to come to terms with the break-up of her marriage.
With Andrew Harvey and Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Penny Tranter
The latest regional news presented by Tim Ewart , with sport from Rob Curling.
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This week, celebrity questions come from actors Gwen Taylor and William Gaunt , and there's a chance for viewers to take part in the phone-in competition. Presented by Noel Edmonds.
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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
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There is nothing like a good fight over the fence to cement relationships.
Written by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey Producer John Howard Davies
A second series of the "recession comedy for the 90s". Starring Ray Winstone
Martin is making some money and decides to take Loretta out for the evening. But Bernie is after his rent, Albert wants his loan repaid and the girls are expecting their pocket money.
Written and produced by Bernard McKenna Director Terry Kinane
An Alomo production for BBCtv
With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Weather Penny Tranter
In-depth investigation and analysis of major events at home and abroad with Panorama's team of reporters. Editor Glenwyn Benson
The critics reached for their superlatives when Andrew Davies 's four-part adaptation of Michael Dobbs 's political thriller, set in the not-too-distant future, was first shown In 1990.
Ian Richardson stars as Francis Urquhart , a treacherous government chief whip who will stop at nothing to get himself installed in No 10. "Being about the demise of a female prime minister and her replacement by a bit of a wimp, It was very timely," says Richardson (who also played traitors in Tinker,
Tailor, Soldier, Spy and Blunt), " but I suspect it has become timely again!" Describing
Urquhart as "a monstrous little man striving to achieve power", he adds: "The man has no qualities I admire, which made him very exciting to play.
A sequel by the same team,
To Play the King, begins shortly after this repeat showing ends. 1: Who will be the next prime minister? The Machiavellian
Francis Urquhart sets to work on a dark and devious plan for ultimate power.
Producer Ken Riddington Director Paul Seed
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Sir Jasper Grainger:
Tonight's films under review:
The Piano was the joint winner of the Palme D'Or in Cannes. It stars Holly Hunter (Best
Actress), Sam Neill and Harvey Keitel. Jane Campion directed this moving tale of an arranged marriage and a prized piano. Dirty Weekend is the harrowing story of the revenge taken by a woman who has had enough of bad relationships.
Michael Winner directs Helen
Zahavi's controversial tale.
And Bette Midler stars as a 17th-century witch conjured up in present-day Salem in the comedy Hocus Pocus. Director Paul Wooding
Producer Bruce Thompson
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A report on how employers are learning to see the abilities of workers with disabilities, and Clive and his business partner Richard have a stressful early-morning encounter. With Juliet Alexander. Series producer Bernard Adams
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