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: Breakfast News

With Jill Dando and Tanya Sillem.

Contributors

Unknown: Jill Dando
Unknown: Tanya Sillem.

: Kilroy

Topical discussion. Stereo

: Newshound

News quiz. Stereo VIEWERS' QUIZ: phone 0[number removed](calls cost 36p per minute cheap rate. 48p at all other times)

: News Subtitled

Regional News; Weather

: Playdays

With Zoe Ball.
Playground Stop. Rpt

Contributors

Unknown: Zoe Ball.

: Good Morning ... with Anne and Nick

Featuring 10.40 Consumer Sleuth 10.45 Needlecraft 11.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News; Weather 11.05 TV Comment 11.10 Agony Phone-In 11.20 Star Guest ofthe Day
11.30 Patric Walker 's Video Horoscope
11.40 Touch of Love 11.55 Hot Line 12.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Patric Walker

: Pebble Mill

With Judi Spiers.

Contributors

Unknown: Judi Spiers.

: Neighbours

(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo Subtitled

: Rugby Union

From Twickenham, live coverage of the 112th Varsity match. Matches between Oxford and Cambridge
Universities began in the 1871-72 season and, for more than 60 years, have been one of the season's major events at rugby union's Twickenham headquarters. Introduced by Chris Rea with commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith .
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
Stereo

Contributors

Introduced By: Chris Rea
Commentary By: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Producer: Johnnie Watherston

: Cartoon

: Tales of the Tooth Fairies

With Toby Anstis.
Animation.

Contributors

Unknown: Toby Anstis.

: Moomin

Animation.

: Spacevets

(Stereo)

: It'll Never Work

Technology and unusual inventions.
Today: the inventor that was 500 years ahead of his time, and why has the world's largest refrigerator been built in Tokyo? Stereo

: Newsround

: Byker Grove

Lee and Angel make a disturbing discovery. Patsy introduces a newcomer to the Grove.
This week's episodes written by Roy Apps A Zenith North production for BBCtv

Contributors

Written By: Roy Apps
Angel: Vicky Taylor
Anna: Claire Graham
Patsy: Justine McKenzie
Lee: Rory Gibson
Dale: Leslie Baines
Arran: Neil Blackstone
Dave: Allen Mechen

: Neighbours

Dorothy, Toby and Bouncer say farewell to Ramsay Street. Jim and Helen are exasperated by potential buyers of the Robinson house.

: Six O'Clock News

With Peter Sissons and Anna Ford.
Weather Richard Edgar

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Sissons
Unknown: Anna Ford.
Unknown: Richard Edgar

: Holiday

This week those Birds of Feather Pauline Quirke and Linda Robson conclude their adventures driving across the American south west; John Pitman discovers the attractions of neighbouring seaside resorts Clacton and Frinton; Paul Gogarty tracks down some holidays for under £100; with Jill Dando presenting the programme from the magnificent lakes
Garda and Maggiore in Italy. Producer Sim Shaw ; Editor Jane Lush

Contributors

Unknown: Pauline Quirke
Unknown: Linda Robson
Unknown: John Pitman
Unknown: Paul Gogarty
Unknown: Jill Dando
Producer: Sim Shaw

: EastEnders

As the Square prepares for
Christmas, Tricky Dicky faces up to discontent among the stall-holders and Gita's resolve begins to crumble.

: Children's Hospital

More stories from the wards of Sheffield Children's Hospital. Four-year-old Karl [text removed] was diagnosed with spina bifida before he was born, and in a few weeks' time he is due to go to an ordinary primary school. For Karl it's the biggest challenge of his life. Producer Mark Phillips
Series producer Richard Bradley

Contributors

Unknown: Karl [text removed]
Producer: Mark Phillips
Producer: Richard Bradley

: A Question of Sport

Team captain Bill Beaumont is joined by footballer Steve Bruce and cricketer Phil Tufnell.
On Ian Botham 's side there are athlete John Regis and rugby union prop forward Nick Popplewell. David Coleman referees.
Executive producer Mike Adley
COMPETITION page 18

Contributors

Unknown: Captain Bill Beaumont
Unknown: Steve Bruce
Unknown: Phil Tufnell.
Unknown: Ian Botham
Unknown: John Regis
Unknown: Nick Popplewell.
Unknown: David Coleman
Producer: Mike Adley

: Nine O'Clock News

With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Regional News
Weather Richard Edgar

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Lewis.
Unknown: Richard Edgar

: Between the Lines

"He's the bedrock of the department," says Between the Lines producer Peter Norris of the police Complaints Investigation Bureau's Harry Naylor. But in tonight's episode of this critically acclaimed drama Naylor's future is in jeopardy.
With his wife terminally ill, Naylor has been moonlighting for a security firm to raise funds for her treatment. Faced with a disciplinary hearing, will he go quietly? Will he fight? Will his boss Tony Clark stand by him?
This is the first of three episodes which conclude the current series and were written by the programme's creator J.C. Wilsher. Clark's infatuation with Angela Berridge continues. "In the first series he was the tough character who would kick his women out," says Norris. "Now It's the other way round."
Berridge's husband is played by Robin Ellis, best remembered for his role in Poldark.

Contributors

Writer: J.C. Wilsher
Series created by: J.C. Wilsher
Producer: Peter Norris
Director: Robert Bierman
Tony Clark: Neil Pearson
Harry Naylor: Tom Georgeson
Maureen Connell: Siobhan Redmond
Chief Supt Graves: Robin Lermitte
Commander Sullivan: Hugh Ross
Angela Berridge: Francesca Annis
Joyce Naylor: Elaine Donnelly
Donald Berridge: Robin Ellis
Steven Ripley: Stephen Greif
Sgt Carol Webb: Hazel Ellerby
David Morgan: Tony Bluto
Det Insp Bruce Gage: Trevor Byfield

: Omnibus: Who Killed Tchaikovsky?

A hundred years ago Tchaikovsky died suddenly In St Petersburg, within days of conducting the work many consider to be his greatest, the Pathetique Symphony.
How did the great composer meet his death? Officially, he died of cholera, but a Russian emigre living in America has produced evidence to show that he was forced to commit suicide.
Anthony Holden conducts an investigation into the mystery, and the film follows clues in New York, St. Petersburg and Moscow, clues within the music and the known facts of Tchaikovsky's life, in search of the facts behind the composer's untimely death.
SEE THIS WEEK page 14

Contributors

Writer/Presenter: Anthony Holden
Producer: John Purdie
Series Editor: Nigel Williams

: The Music Lovers

- Following the Omnibus film about
- Tchaikovskv's death. this is Ken Russell 's outrageous account of the composer's life, starring Richard Chamberlain
Glenda Jackson
Tchaikovsky is the subject of a society scandal because of his homosexual affair with Count
Chiluvsky. To conceal his relationship, he decides to marry - with tragic consequences. The screenplay for this controversial portrait is by Melvyn Bragg (who happens to be presenting tonight's Late Show onBBC2).

Contributors

Unknown: Ken Russell
Unknown: Richard Chamberlain
Unknown: Glenda Jackson
Unknown: Melvyn Bragg
Tchaikovsky: Richard Chamberlain
Nina Milyukova: Glenda Jackson
Nicholas Rubenstein: Max Adrian
Chiluvsky: Christopher Gable
Madame von Meck: Izabella Telezynska
Modeste Tchaikovsky: Kenneth Colley
Sasha: Sabina Maydelle

: Weather

: BBC Select

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