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: Business Breakfast

(Timetable on Tuesday)

: Breakfast News

With Nicholas Witchell and Sara Coburn. (Timetable on Tuesday)

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Witchell
Unknown: Sara Coburn.

: Crossing the River

A look at progress in the biggest construction project in Europe: a five-kilometre bridge across the River
Severn.

: Cooking with Kurma

Great Vegetarian Dishes. This week, Middle Eastern entrées.

: News

Regional News; Weather

: Children's BBC

With Chris Jarvis.

Playdays

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Jarvis.

: Poddington Peas

: Popeye Double Bill

Cartoon fun.

: News

Regional News; Weather

: Cricket: Second Test

England v New Zealand: live coverage from Lord's of the final day's play. With Tony Lewis.
Including at 12.00 News Regional News; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Lewis.

: Neighbours

(Details at 7.00 pm) (Stereo)

: Wimbledon and Cricket: Second Test

There is little room for sentiment in the modern, multi-million-dollar world of the professional tennis circuit, and yet the modern players still pay tribute to the unique, time-hallowed magic of Wimbledon, where the two week championship starts today. "It is what it is," says Jim Courier simply, and he rates even Wimbledon's number 1 court as offering a greater sense of occasion than the centre court of his home Grand Slam tournament, the US Open.
The French Open in Paris, two weeks ago, was the preceding major tournament but rarely provides hugely significant pointers to the Wimbledon fortnight, so different are the playing qualities of clay and grass. Nevertheless, French victors Sergi Bruguera and Arantxa Sanchez Vicario arrive in south-west London brimming with form.
Commentary on the action is by John Barrett , Mark Cox , Bill Threlfall , David Mercer , Julian Tutt , Paul Hutchins and John Alexander.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
After 4.30, coverage is shared with the final day's play in the second Test between England and New Zealand, from Lord's.
Sue Barker on the Wimbledon champions
SEE FEATURE page 36

Contributors

Unknown: Jim Courier
Unknown: Sergi Bruguera
Unknown: Arantxa Sanchez
Unknown: John Barrett
Unknown: Mark Cox
Unknown: Bill Threlfall
Unknown: David Mercer
Unknown: Julian Tutt
Unknown: Paul Hutchins
Unknown: John Alexander.
Introduced By: Desmond Lynam.

: Six O'Clock News

; With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart.
Weather Rob McElwee

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Lewis
Unknown: Moira Stuart.
Unknown: Rob McElwee

: Newsroom South East

Comprehensive regional news: live reports and interviews affecting people in the South East presented by Tim Ewart , with sport from Rob Curling.
Editor Guy Pelham REGIONAL PROGRAMME

Contributors

Presented By: Tim Ewart
Unknown: Rob Curling.
Editor: Guy Pelham

: Neighbours

Louis taken by surprise when Cheryl invites him to a dinner she has arranged to introduce herself to the locals of Ramsay Street. So is Stephen. Full of guilt over Beth losing her apprenticeship, Doug sets out to get her another job. Debbie rebels against her image as "Miss Perfect".

: Private Investigations

The series which gives members of the public a camcorder in order to pursue their own investigations into something that troubles them, makes them angry, or excites their curiosity.
This week's programme includes a film made by Winifred, a 40-a-day smoker
: who has been smoking since she was 11. Her husband died of lung cancer and she herself has had major murgery for a smoking-related disease. She records her many desperate attempts to give up and tests the available cures, from nicotine patches to therapy.
Will anything work? Plus diver Ian takes a camera under water off St Abbs on the Scottish coast to investigate the pollution putting him and his fellow divers at risk.
Executive producer Debbie Christie
WRITE TO: Private Investigations,
PO Box 5029. London W 12 6AG.

Contributors

Unknown: St Abbs
Producer: Debbie Christie

: EastEnders

Delia and Binnie are in trouble with Steve.and Diane has dramatic news for Ricky. David begins to feel his position in the Butcher household is being compromised. Michelle gets herself into an embarrassing situation, and while Mark's away Alan gives the fruit and vegetable stall more of a Caribbean flavour.
(For cast see Thursday. Omnibus edition next Sunday)
SEE THIS WEEK page 18

: That's Showbusiness

On tonight's edition of the trivia panel quiz Malandra Burrows of Emmerdale joins Saeed Jaffrey, currently starring in C4's Little Napoleons, to take on Judy Cornwell from Keeping Up Appearances and Darren Day, who is preparing to play the title role when the hit musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat goes on tour. Hosted by Mike Smith.

Contributors

Unknown: Malandra Burrows
Unknown: Saeed Jaffrey
Unknown: Judy Cornwell
Unknown: Darren Day
Presenter: Mike Smith
Director: John Rooney
Producer: Graham B Owens

: Nine O'Clock News

With Michael Buerk.
Subtitled
Regional News
Weather Rob McElwee

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Buerk.
Unknown: Rob McElwee

: Panorama

Another in-depth investigation into an important issue of current concern.
Editor Glenwyn Benson

Contributors

Editor: Glenwyn Benson

: Today at Wimbledon

Highlights from the opening day of the championships, which saw Pete Sampras begin his defence of the men's singles title, and former champions Andre Agassi , Boris Becker, Stefan Edberg and Michael Stich all in action. Introduced by Sue Barker, with comment on the play by guest experts John Alexander or Pam Shriver. Producer Sharon Lence Editor Dave Gordon

Contributors

Unknown: Pete Sampras
Unknown: Andre Agassi
Unknown: Boris Becker
Unknown: Stefan Edberg
Unknown: Michael Stich
Introduced By: Sue Barker
Unknown: John Alexander
Unknown: Pam Shriver.
Producer: Sharon Lence
Editor: Dave Gordon

: Cricket: Second Test

England v New Zealand: highlights from Lord's of the final day's play. Introduced by Richie Benaud.

Contributors

Introduced By: Richie Benaud.

: Persecution

Psychological suspense thriller starring Lana Turner, Ralph Bates, Trevor Howard
Carrie Masters is a rich American widow, crippled both physically and mentally. What dark secrets in her mysterious past account for her wanting to destroy the lives of her son and his wife? Part of the answer lies buried at the centre of the maze in the grounds of her English country mansion.
Director Don Chaffey ( 1974)
FILM REVIEWS pages 51-56 i

Contributors

Director: Don Chaffey
Carrie Masters: Lana Turner
David Masters: Ralph Bates
Paul Bellamy: Trevor Howard
Monique Kalfon: Olga Georges-Picot
Janie Masters: Suzan Farmer
Young David: Mark Weavers
Robert Masters: Patrick Allen
Waitress: Jennifer Guy
Mrs Banks: Shelagh Fraser
Dr Ross: Ronald Howard

: Weather

: BBC Select

RCN Nursing Update: Repeat of Unit9: "Migraine: notjusta headache".








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