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: Business Breakfast

Editor Paul Gibbs

Contributors

Editor: Paul Gibbs

: Breakfast News

With Andrew Harvey and Jill Dando.
Editor Bob Wheaton

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Harvey
Unknown: Jill Dando.
Editor: Bob Wheaton

: Kilroy

AKilroyproductionforBBCtv

: Newshound

A Kershaw production for BBCtv

: Playdays

With Zoe Ball. Stereo The Tent Stop.
A Felgate production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Zoe Ball.

: Good Morning.... with Anne and Nick

Including 10.40 At Home Abroad 11.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News; Weather
11.10 Star Guest of the Day 11.20 Touch of Love 11.30 Patric Walkers Video Horoscope
11.45 Showbiz Report 11.50 Phone-In
Editor Mike Hollingsworth Stereo

Contributors

Editor: Mike Hollingsworth Stereo

: News

Subtitled
Regional News; Weather

: Pebble Mill: the Indie Awards

Independent production companies are now responsible for 25 per cent of British TV output, but their names are largely unrecognised by the viewing public. This awards ceremony should set the record straight.
"Independent companies have to be sharp and inventive, says presenter Robert Kilroy-Silk , himself an independent producer. "If you can't come up with good ideas at competitive price, you go to the wall.
Anneka Rice is the co-host, and amongthe presentations is a special Radio Times readers award, decided byaphonevote.
SEE THIS WEEK page 16

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Kilroy-Silk
Unknown: Anneka Rice

: Neighbours

(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo

: The Travel Quiz

: Holiday

: The Flying Doctors

David clashes with a well respected older doctor. Stereo

: Cartoon

: Hairy Jeremy

With Toby Anstis. Stereo. Animation.

Contributors

Unknown: Toby Anstis.

: Bump

Animated tale.

: Babar

Cartoon.

: The Animals of Farthing Wood

Animation based on the novels by Colin Dann
Stereo
SEE THIS WEEK page 18

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Dann

: Monkey Island

Final part.

: Newsround

: Dark Season

Second in the sci-fi serial.

: Neighbours

Debbie and Rick's plans come unstuck.

: Six O'Clock News

With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart. Weather Suzanne Charlton

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Lewis
Unknown: Moira Stuart.
Unknown: Suzanne Charlton

: Home Truths

Guests include veteran British actor Leslie Phillips, currently co-starring in Honey for Tea on Sundays at 7.00pm.

Contributors

Guest: Leslie Phillips
Director: Stuart McDonald
Producer: Nick Vaughan-Barratt

: Tomorrow's World

This week: can honey help prevent ulcers? Plus the truth about the gigantopithecus - a giant ape that stood ten feet tall. Producer Philip Dolling : Editor Dana Purvis

Contributors

Producer: Philip Dolling
Editor: Dana Purvis

: A Song for Europe

Frances Ruffelle reprises the eight songs previewed over the last rortnignt, one of which will be chosen tonight to represent the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest on 30 April.
Terry Wogan introduces the show, recorded in front of a studio audience, and then invites viewers to take part in a telephone vote. Results will be announced in a special programme at 10.20pm.
After makinga name in stage musicals like Starlight Express and Les Misérables,
Frances Ruffelle has been concentrating on a recording career; her single Love Parade was issued in February. "Although I'm known for theatre work, says Ruffelle, I've really got a pop voice.
You have to be a performer to put a song across, especially at Eurovision where there are so many gimmicks but all I'm really interested in is the quality ofthe songs."
The titles and telephone voting numbersare:
1. Waiting in the Wings (0[number removed])
2. Slowboat (0[number removed]) 3. 1 Know These Things (0[number removed])
4. Sink or Swim (0[number removed]) 5. Wrong Guy (0[number removed])
6. One More Night(0[number removed]) 7.HisLove(0[number removed]) 8. Lonely Symphony (0[number removed])
The maximum cost of a call from anywhere in the UK is lOp. Director/Producer Kevin Bishop
SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: with Radio2
SEE THIS WEEK pages

Contributors

Unknown: Frances Ruffelle
Introduces: Terry Wogan
Unknown: Frances Ruffelle

: The Unforgettable Show

Presented by comedian Greg Proops , this new series about memory and how to improve it begins with a programme called Changing Faces, in which two security guards try to track down a mysterious intruder. It's a tricky business remembering a face. Proops offers some memory-jogging tips.
Producer Nick Mirsky BBC BOOK: Unforgettable Memory Book, pnce £5.99, available from booksellers.

Contributors

Unknown: Greg Proops
Producer: Nick Mirsky

: Nine O'Clock News

With Michael Buerk.
Regional News; Weekend Weather Suzanne Charlton

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Buerk.
Unknown: Suzanne Charlton

: Love Hurts

The birth of a child can rock the most stable of marriages. So it's not surprising that the arrival of Alice has complicated Frank and Tessa's already troubled relationship. In Cards on the Table, the last ever episode of the romantic drama series,
Frank is filing for divorce, their counselling sessions are more like dog-fights, and they can't even go to the same party without causing a scene. But there is one small person who mightjust bring them together again.
Episode written by Catherine Johnson Producer Irving Teitelbaum
Director Laurence Gordon Clark
An Alomo production for BBCtv
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Contributors

Written By: Catherine Johnson
Producer: Irving Teitelbaum
Director: Laurence Gordon Clark
Director: An Alomo
Frank Carver: Adam Faith
TessaCarver: Zoe Wanamaker
Max Taplow: Tony Selby
Jeanette Summers: Jenny Agutter
Shahnaz: Kim Vithana
Tina: Tracey Hart
Laverne: Jaye Griffiths
Shelley: Sue Kelvin
Malcolm: Richard Cordery

: A Song for Europe

Terry Wogan and Frances Ruffelle return to find out which song has been selected by viewers as the British entry.

Contributors

Unknown: Terry Wogan
Unknown: Frances Ruffelle

: Coma

Thriller directed by Michael Crichton , the author of Jurassic Park.
Starring Michael Douglas Genevieve Bujold Richard Widmark
A woman suffers brain damage after a routine operation, arousing the suspicions of her close friend, Dr Susan Wheeler. After an unauthorised search of hospital records, Wheeler uncovers an alarmingly high number of terminal comas and evidence of an international conspiracy. And soon she finds that her own life is under threat.

Contributors

Directed By: Michael Crichton
Unknown: Michael Douglas
Unknown: Genevieve Bujold
Unknown: Richard Widmark
Unknown: Dr Susan Wheeler.
Dr Mark Bellows: : Michael Douglas
Dr Susan Wheeler: Genevieve Bujold
Dr Harris: Richard Widmark
Mrs Emerson: Elizabeth Ashley
DrGeorge: Rip Torn
Nancy Greenly: Lois Chiles
Dr Morelind: Harry Rhodes
Kelly: Framk Downing
Jim: Richard Doyle
Murphy: Tom Selleck

: Joe Jackson: Laughter and Lust

Captured on the final leg of his 1991 "Laughter and Lust" Tour in Sydney, Australia, singer-songwriter Joe Jackson and his band perform an electrifying set at the State Theatre, including hits such as Steppin' Out, Look Sharp, I'm the Man and Slow Song.

Contributors

Singer: Joe Jackson

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