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: Business Breakfast

National and international business news including regular live updates from the main financial markets.

(Timetable on Monday)

Contributors

Editor: Paul Gibbs

: Breakfast News

With Justin Webb and Sally Magnusson. News and topical reports from home and abroad.

(Timetable on Monday)

Contributors

Newsreader: Justin Webb
Newsreader: Sally Magnusson
Editor: Bob Wheaton

: The Infinite Voyage

The Geometry of Life. This film follows the world's leading genetic researchers as they untangle the double helix of DNA, travel to a remote South
American village to study inherited disease and to begin to understand the complex biochemistry that makes each living thing on earth unique.

: Playdays

With Chris Jarvis.
The Tent Stop.
Today's story is Things Are Not What They Seem by Wayne Jackman. A Felgate production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Jarvis.
Unknown: Wayne Jackman.

: Poddington Peas

Animation. Sweet-Pea and Hap-Pea get lost in the dark, while on their way to
Chip-Pea's house for tea.

: Cartoon Double Bill

A double helping of animated fun and adventure.

: News

Regional News; Weather

: Cricket: Third Test

Live coverage of the second day's play in the England v New Zealand match atOldTrafford.
Including at 12.00 News Regional News; Weather

: Neighbours

(Details at 7.00pm)

: Wimbledon

Live coverage of the men's semi-finals where, this time last year,
Pete Sampras and Jim Courier knocked out former championship title-holders Boris Becker and Stefan Edberg respectively, to reach their first
Wimbledon final. If this year's seedings are accurate - and that's certainly not always the case - then reigning champion Sampras will meet Croatian Goran Ivanisevic in one semi-final, and former champions Michael Stich of Germany and the consistant Swede, Edberg, will meet in the other. Sampras, Stich and Edberg are currently the top rated players in the world. Ivanisevic, runner-up in 1992, is ranked fifth. Commentators for the week are John Alexander , John Barrett , Mark Cox , Paul Hutchins , Ann Jones , David Mercer , Bill Threlf all,
Julian Tutt and Virginia Wade. Introduced by Desmond Lynam.

Contributors

Unknown: Pete Sampras
Unknown: Jim Courier
Unknown: Boris Becker
Unknown: Stefan Edberg
Unknown: Goran Ivanisevic
Unknown: Michael Stich
Unknown: John Alexander
Unknown: John Barrett
Unknown: Mark Cox
Unknown: Paul Hutchins
Unknown: Ann Jones
Unknown: David Mercer
Unknown: Bill Threlf
Unknown: Julian Tutt
Unknown: Virginia Wade.
Introduced By: Desmond Lynam.

: Six O'Clock News

With Martyn Lewis and Jill Dando. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles 23

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Lewis
Unknown: Jill Dando.
Unknown: Bill Giles

: Neighbours

Nick's recklessness puts Hannah's life in danger.

: The Tangerine Dream

For the Norfolk market town of Diss it seemed like an impossible dream. The town's football team made it to the final of this year's FA Vase at Wembley - one of non-league football's top events. Producer Dick Meadows
Subtitled 59

: Open All Hours

Comedy starring Ronnie Barker
David Jason
Arkwright is paid a visit by a shopkeeper keen to expand his own retail business.
Ronnie Barker 's daughter Charlotte makes a brief appearance.
Written by Roy Clarke
Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby

Contributors

Unknown: Ronnie Barker
Unknown: David Jason
Unknown: Ronnie Barker
Written By: Roy Clarke
Arkwright: Ronnie Barker
Granville: David Jason
Nurse Gladys Emanuel: Lynda Baron
MrsFeatherstone: Stephanie Cole
Milkwoman: Barbara Flynn
Gupta: Nadim Sawalha
Girl: Charlotte Barker

: Paramedics

Paramedics must be ready to race to the scene whenever a call comes through, sometimes not knowing what they will find when they arrive. How do they cope with the trauma of being in the front line of the accident and emergency services?
This seven-part series follows the crews who operate the Northumbria Ambulance
Service - the busiest station in the north east. In tonight's programme, paramedic Paul Chapman and ambulance technician Jason Orchard
, on duty in Newcastle city centre, come to the aid of a concussed schoolgirl, several drunksand a man havingan epileptic seizure. They must also cope with the greatest sadness for any paramedic team - the death of a child.
Director/Series producer Jeremy Mills

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Chapman
Unknown: Jason Orchard

: Nine O'Clock News

With Peter Sissons. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Bill Giles

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Sissons.
Unknown: Bill Giles

: Men Behaving Badly

When producer Beryl Vertue read an obscure paperback, Men Behaving Badly, she instantly recognised its television potential and determined to track down its author. She found Simon Nye working as a translator in a bank and together they developed the series which went on to win the 1992 British Comedy Award for best ITV sitcom. This third series sees the programme switch channels.
In tonight's first episode, Gary becomes alarmed that he is sexually inexperienced and invents a rampant past. But proving to Dorothy he has had over 50 lovers could be difficult.
Meanwhile, in an effort to impress Deborah with his athletic prowess, Tony finds himself on the top board at the local swimming-pool - and immediately regrets it.
Nye has since written Frank Stubbs Promotes and a forthcoming series on the legal profession for ITV, Is It Legal?
Director Martin Dennis
A Hartswood production for BBCtv
See This Week page 6

Contributors

Writer: Simon Nye
Director: Martin Dennis
Gary: Martin Clunes
Tony: Neil Morrissey
Deborah: Leslie Ash
Dorothy: Caroline Quentin
George: Ian Lindsay
Anthea: Valerie Minifie
Les: Dave Atkins

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Switching Sides 15 November 2015

: Bygones

Celebrity quiz show. Team captains Rick Wakeman and Craig Ferguson are joined by actress Dona Croll , singer
Colleen Nolan , presenter Fred Dinenage and football hero Denis Law. Presented by Danny Baker.
DirectorStuart McDonald
Producer Caroline Wright

Contributors

Unknown: Rick Wakeman
Unknown: Craig Ferguson
Singer: Dona Croll
Singer: Colleen Nolan
Presenter: Fred Dinenage
Unknown: Denis Law.
Presented By: Danny Baker.
Producer: Caroline Wright

: Today at Wimbledon

Highlights of the men's semi-finals and a preview of tomorrow's climax of the ladies' championship.
Introduced by Sue Barker.

Contributors

Introduced By: Sue Barker.

: Cricket: Third Test

Highlights of the second day's play at Old Trafford. Introduced by Richie Benaud.

Contributors

Introduced By: Richie Benaud.

: Point Blank

Thriller starring Lee Marvin
Angle Dickinson
Double-crossed and shot by his partner while stealing loot from a rival gang, Walker survives, determined to seek revenge. Two years later, he is approached by a mysterious man.
Director John Boorman (1967)
FILM REVIEWS pages 45-51

Contributors

Unknown: Lee Marvin
Unknown: Angle Dickinson
Director: John Boorman
Walker: Lee Marvin
Chris: Angie Dickinson
Yost: Keenan Wynn
Brewster: Carroll O'Connor
Frederick Carter: Lloyd Bochner
Stegman: Michael Strong

: Weather









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