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 Andrew Harvey 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.
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. Today: 10.40 Where There's a Will 10.45 Travel Show
10.50 Medical Matters 11.00 News
(Subtitled) Regional News; Weather 11.05TV Comment 11.10 Advice Phone-In 11.20 Star Guest of the Day 11.30 Video Horoscope
11.40 Touch of Love: Heartto Heart 11.45 Style Counsel 11.55 Hot Line 12.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News; Weather.
Editor Mike Hollingsworth
The Penguin Cafe Orchestra are Alan Titchmarsh 's musical guests today.
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo Subtitied
European quiz hosted by Henry Kelly.
A Reg Grundy production for BBCtv Stereo
Caron Keating and Gloria Hunniford explore the ups and downs of family life. Plus a series on helping your child with maths. Stereo
With Toby Anstis.
With John Leslie, Diane-Louise Jordan and Anthea Turner.
Cathy receives a nasty surprise on her return home.
With Peter Sissons and Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Peter Cockroft
Regional news with Mark Longhurst and Sally Taylor.
Editor Andy Griffee
Presented by Tim Ewart , with sports news from Rob Curling. Editor Guy Pelham REGIONAL PROGRAMMES
Actors Martin Jarvis and Norman Beaton set questions on their television careers in this quarter-final round, and viewers can take part in the phone-in competition.
Presented by Noel Edmonds. Director Graham Wetherell Producer Richard L Lewis
"A tragic loss in family is only negative," says
Pam Buckley , transplant co-ordinator at Newcastle's
Royal Victoria Infirmary, "but when donation is Involved, a family can go away and think at least some crumb of goodness did come from it."
Jane Moss , who had to face the loss of her 1 0-year-old daughter Paula, clearly agrees. Paula's kidneys, liver, heart and corneas gave new hope to no less than six people.
The problem faced by people like Pam Buckley , however, is that so many of us, in the crucial period immediately after the loss of a loved one, refuse to allow organs to be removed. Sue McAteer, whose husband was killed by a drunk driver, was one, but on reflection has changed her view and feels that "it's such a waste that somebody else could have lived".
In the UK 5,000 people are waiting for kidneys, hundreds more for heart, liver or lungs. In spite of efforts to raise awareness, the rate of organ donation has not improved in the last decade. In this special programme, subtitled Why Are We Waiting?, Danielle Donougher talks to bereaved families who have faced the dilemma, and asks what can be done to improve the present system. Producer Adelene Alani ; Editor Sarah Caplin
Barbara tries to remain a woman, while Tom is convinced she's merely Barbara.
Written by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey Producer John Howard Davies
A second series of the comedy about life in the 90s.
Starring Ray Winstone
Martin decides it's time to find somewhere else to live.
Written by John Phelps and Gary Lawson DirectorTerry Kinane
Producer Bernard McKenna
An Alomo production for BBCtv
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Peter Cockroft
Water - Profits and Poverty
A few years ago water charges were a small item on the rates bill, but now they're increasing at up to eight times the rate of inflation. In the south-west, where water bills of 9500 are not uncommon, the issue could prove crucial in government-held seats.
Elsewhere in Britain, while water chiefs and shareholders continue to enjoy a profits bonanza, "water poverty" threatens millions of families.
As Julian O'Halloran reveals, water meters are forcing their users to pay over the odds. Producer Clive Edwards
Editor Glenwyn Benson
Michael Dobbs 's four-part story of political treachery at
Westminster with a screenplay by Andrew Davies.
Starring Ian Richardson Susannah Harker
3: Urquhart must decide how to deal with Mattie Storin.
Producer Ken Riddington ; Director Paul Seed
Tonight's films under review: "Remains of the Day", the latest Merchant Ivory production starring Anthony Hopkins and Emma Thompson.
Michael J Fox stars in "The Concierge", and "Guilty as Sin" pairs Rebecca De Mornay and Don Johnson.
Plus a report on "Aladdin" and the animation techniques which have made this Disney's most popular cartoon.
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A single mother receives advice on how to get back to work. With Dr Miriam Stoppard. Series editor Bernard Adams
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