Analysis of the main trading stories.
Editor Paul Gibbs
With Andrew Harvey and Jill Dando.
Editor Bob Wheaton
Current affairs quiz.
A Kershaw production for BBCtv
With Zoe Ball , stereo Tent Stop.
Featuring 10.40 Value for Money 10.45 At Home Abroad 10.50 Garden Make-over
11.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News;
Weather 11.10 Star Guest of the Day 11.20 Touch of Love 11.30 Patric Walker 's Video Horoscope 11.45 Showbiz Report 11.50 Phone-In
Michael Caine Introduces a special programme celebrating the 45th birthday this year of the Variety Club of Great Britain. HRH the Duke of Edinburgh talks to Jill Dando about his work with the club since 1949, and golfer Arnold Palmer talks about fundraising around the world.
There's also a history of the club, first founded in America In when a baby was found abandoned outside a cinema In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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12.55 Regional News; Weather
HRH The Duke of
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo
With Andi Peters.
Tom fears for the life of a diabetic girl.
With Toby Anstis.
Today: the Philippines.
The final part of George's Marvellous Medicine by Roald Dahl
Animation. fRptd next Sunday on BBC2) Subtitled
Juliet Morris reports from Colombia in South America where boys as young as 10 work in coal mines.
Sam and Amie meet a dubious dealer.
Helen and Jim are troubled by an accidental encounter.
With Peter Sissons and Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
Last in the series of live programmes from the homes of four British families. Tonight they talk about their nights out and their nights in.
A new generation of high-tech bus stops is appearing around the country with an illuminated sign to tell you when the next bus is due. But do they help? And will they get commuters back on the buses? Also, will the medical X-ray be replaced by the medical hologram? Producer Bill Grist ; Editor Dana Purvis
The Trotters get the chance to buy 250 gold chains worth
£50,000 for a quarter of the price. But the dealer suffers a heart attack over lunch - with the gold still in the briefcase chained to his wrist.
With Philip McGough , John Challis , Roger Lloyd Pack , Kenneth MacDonald and Paul Barber.
Written by John Sullivan
Director Tony Dow ; Producer Gareth Gwenlan
A look at how the families reacted to being without television for a week.
With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled Regional News; Weekend
Weather John Kettley
I Adam Faith return for the third and final series of the romantic drama created by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran.
Now married to Frank, Tessa is preparingfor motherhood. She wants to keep working at the Baumblatt Foundation, but Frank thinks it's time she started taking it easy. "Is this your unsubtle way of telling me you'd like me to give up work and become an old-fashioned mum?" she asks.
Meanwhile Frank's daughter
Jade is finding her feet as an independent woman: something her father finds hard to accept. But the baby will bringeveryone back together - won't it?
Episode written by Catherine Johnson
Director John Woods ; Producer IrvingTeitelbaum An Alomo production for BBCtv
How will Tessa cope with motherhood? SEE FEATURE page 24
Steve Rider and Eddie Butler look forward to the championship which kicks off in Paris and Cardiff tomorrow.
Producer Sue Roberts
Thriller starring William Hurt
Winter in Communist-controlled
Moscow: the order of life is shaken when three faceless corpses are found buried in the snow in Gorky Park.
Screenplay by Dennis Potter from the novel by Martin Cruz Smith. Director Michael Apted