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
Weather. Editor Paul Gibbs
With Nicholas Witchell and Jill Dando. 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
A Kilroy production for BBCtv Stereo
Ross King with the daily news quiz.
A Kershaw production for BBCtv Stereo
Zoe Ball with birthday greetings. Stereo
The Why Bird Stop. Rpt Stereo
Daily magazine show with Anne Diamond and Nick Owen.
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 Gone Fishing
11.45 Style Counsel
11.55 Hot Line
12.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News; Weather
Kim Wilde is Alan Titchmarsh 's musical guest today. Stereo
12.55 Regional News; Weather
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo Subtitled
A Reg Grundy production for BBCtv Stereo
Mother and daughter Gloria Hunniford and Caron Keating return with a 20-week series of the show that confronts family issues, mixing hard-hitting reports, consumer advice and celebrity guests. They are joined in the first programme by another clan member - Gloria's son Michael.
Andrew Duncan interview with Gloria Hunniford
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With Toby Anstis.
Beth fears Brad's attempt to prove himself has ended in tragedy. Debbie and Rick make a sacrifice to help a sick boy.
With Peter Sissons and Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Rob McElwee 9
The latest regional news presented by Tim Ewart , with sport from Rob Curling.
Editor Guy Pelham 91 REGIONAL PROGRAMME
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Noel Edmonds tests two more teams in the 1993 search for the Telly Addicts champions. Including clips from The Prisoner, Not Only But Also and The Avengers.
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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Tom and Barbara catch fleas. The problem is how to keep the fleas from catching Margo and Jerry.
Written by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey Producer John Howard Davies
A second series of the "recession comedy for the 90s". Starring Ray Winstone
A new neighbour on the estate gives Martin and Loretta a sleepless night. When Martin finds out who he is there's even more to worry about.
Written by Paul Makin Direct or Terry Kinane
Producer Bernard McKenna
An Alomo production for BBCtv
With Nicholas Witchell. subtitled Regional News
Weather Rob McElwee
Securing a Headline
With the Jamie Bulger trial about to start, and public concern about child criminals in the news, the Government is promising tough new policies to deal with the worst offenders. They plan new sentences and new lock-ups for 12- to 14-year-olds. Martin Bashir reports on the youngsters who have been stealing and burgling since infancy. Can the Government's initiative deliver less crime and better citizens?
Producer Francesca Kirby-Green
Editor Glenwyn Benson
- British politicians may be alarmed to discover that this celebrated adaptation of Michael Dobbs 's political thriller has become the BBC's best-selling drama serial abroad in the last five years. Television stations in 24 countries have bought House of Cards; Ian Richardson 's portrayal of the scheming
Urquhart may become the best known face of Westminster.
The peculiarly British political details of House of Cards were no obstacle; some of the countries that have taken it are one-party states. In France, the series is sitting on the shelf because of fears that the portrayal of political intrigue may appear a little near the knuckle.
2: Urquhart's plans to undermine the new Prime Minister gather more force. The Tory Party conference in Brighton begins.
Producer Ken Riddington ; Director Paul Seed
Tonight's films under review: Dave with Kevin Kline, Mike Leigh's Naked and The Real McCoy starring Val Kilmer and Kim Basinger. This Thursday, the London Film Festival opens with Merchant Ivory's Remains of the Day, starring Anthony Hopkins. As well as showcasing the best of world cinema, several big films will be screened including Altman's prize-winning Short Cuts, Farewell to My Concubine and Robert De Niro's directorial debut A Bronx Tale.
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A Special Report looks further into the implications of bullying at work and it's First Day at drama school.
Series producer Bernard Adams
2.00 Voluntary Sector Television: The Social Agenda, presented by Polly Toynbee , investigates the red tape problem faced by charities.
3.00 RCN Nursing Update: Unit 3-Heart Health