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: Business Breakfast

Timetable on Monday

: Breakfast News

With Andrew Harvey and Juliet Morris.
Timetable on Monday

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Harvey
Unknown: Juliet Morris.

: Kids' Kilroy

Today, meat eaters, vegetarians and vegans join Robert Kilroy-Silk to debate whether meat is a natural human food, or should we survive on meat-free diets?

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Kilroy-Silk

: A Word in Your Ear

Today's edition of the verbal communication game features journalist Carol Thatcherand writer Frances Edmonds
who take on sports presenter Dickie Davies and former athletics star
Kriss Akabusi. Presented by Gordon Burns. Stereo Subtitled .......................48288

Contributors

Unknown: Carol Thatcherand
Unknown: Frances Edmonds
Presenter: Dickie Davies
Unknown: Kriss Akabusi.
Presented By: Gordon Burns.

: News Subtitled

Regional News; Weather

: Conservatives Live

From Bournemouth International
Conference Centre. He put up interest rates and ruled out tax cuts this year. Can the Chancellor convince his followers that he can produce the feel-good factor so far eludingthe Tories in time for a general election?
Including at 11.00, 12.00
News and Weather subtniea (news) Regional News and Weather

: One O'Clock News

Subtitled Weather .............................86972

: Neighbours

Details at 5.35pm. Stereo

: Turnabout

Vocabulary quiz which tests your word power and vocabulary with Rob Curling. Today is the last semi-final.
WINNING WORD COMPETITION: ring0891.[number removed]
(39p per minute cheap rate and 49p at all othertimes). Stereo..............................................[number removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Rob Curling.

: Golf

The World Matchplay Championship from Wentworth.
Thirty years ago Arnold Palmer, in his prime, won the inaugural World Matchplay title. Since then a cavalcade of golfing elite has contested the prize and today features the first round. See today's choice
(Stereo)

Contributors

Producer: Alastair Scott

: Children's BBC

With Toby Anstis
(Stereo)

3.50 Brum
The big adventures of a little car who lives in a motor museum.

4.05 The Animals of Farthing Wood
Animation. Illness strikes and the warden is taken to hospital. White Deer Park is left at the mercy of human poachers who turn their guns on the deer.

4.30 Pirates
A six-part comedy drama. Lambkin Bones's first day at school gets her into trouble with the school thug who discovers what pirates keep in their school bags.
(Stereo) (Subtitled)

4.55 Newsround

5.05-5.35pm Blue Peter
With Diane-Louise Jordan, Tim Vincent and Stuart Miles.
(Stereo) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Presenter ("Children's BBC"): Toby Anstis
[Actor] ("Pirates"): Paul Bown
[Actor] ("Pirates"): Liz Smith
[Actor] ("Pirates"): Toby Sedgwick.
Writer ("Pirates"): Rebecca Stevens
Writer ("Pirates"): Peter Tabern
Presenter ("Blue Peter"): Diane-Louise Jordan
Presenter ("Blue Peter"): Tim Vincent
Presenter ("Blue Peter"): Stuart Miles

: Neighbours

Gaby realises she's bored with herjob. Debbie plays Cupid and Beth's mother issues an ultimatum.
Shown at 1.30pm. For cast see Wednesday

: Six O'Clock News

With Anna Ford and Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather Peter Cockroft

Contributors

Unknown: Anna Ford
Unknown: Jennie Bond.
Unknown: Peter Cockroft

: Regional news magazine

See Monday for details..............................482

: Top of the Pops

A rundown of the UK charts, with the latest hits and pre-chart sounds.
Producer RicBlaxill Stereo Subtitled ........4690

: EastEnders

Pat lets Geoff off the hook, and Bianca can't believe her luck. Steve worries about the salon, and Cindy can't stay away from the swimming pool. For cast see Monday
Omnibus edition next Sunday Stereo Subtitled .226

: 999 - Lifesavers

Last in the series of stories of real life rescues aimed at a family audience. Tonight, how a dramatic helicopter rescue was launched after a man was trampled by a herd of cows, and a useful ten point guide to safety in the countryside. Also, how a dentist saved a young girl's smile, and how to fight fires with virtual reality. With Michael Buerk and Juliet Morris.
Producer Carson Black ; Executive producer
Andy Batten-Foster INFORMATION: for a free countryside safety leaflet send a large sae to [address removed]
* See This Week: page 60

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Buerk
Unknown: Juliet Morris.
Producer: Carson Black
Unknown: Andy Batten-Foster

: Waiting for God

Tom tries to win Diana's hand by becoming a daredevil driver and parachutist. Harvey joins a church to impress Jane who finally agrees to marry him. And Geoffrey now believes he is a Hell's Angel.
Written by Michael Aitkens : Director/Producer
GarethGwenlan Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Michael Aitkens
Tom: Graham Crowden
Diana: Stephanie Cole
Harvey: Daniel Hill
Jane: Janine Duvitski
Marion: Sandra Payne
Geoffrey: Andrew Tourell
Jamie Edwards: Paddy Ward
Drivinginstructor: Bunny May
Sgt Watt: Steve Morley
WPC: Jan Shepherd

: Nine O'Clock News

With Nicholas Witchell.
Subtitled
Regional News
Weather Peter Cockroft

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Witchell.

: Chef

Masterchef. Everton creates a new signature dish? Before he becomes internationally renowned, Gareth and Janice concoct a plan to keep the budding masterchef in his place.
Written by Peter Tilbury ; Director John Birkin ; Executive producer Polly McDonald
Stereo Subtitled ................................93348

Contributors

Written By: Peter Tilbury
Director: John Birkin
Producer: Polly McDonald
Gareth: Lenny Henry
Janice: Caroline Lee Johnson
Everton: Roger Griffiths
Gustave: Ian McNeice
Alphonse: Jean Luc Rebauati
Donald: Gary Bakewell
Crispin: Tim Matthews
Debra: Pui Fan Lee

: Inside Story

Wiped Out
In the last four years the Lloyd's of London insurance market has lost £6.6 billion - more than in the whole of its 300-year history. This loss has had to be borne by Names - private individuals who agreed to be liable for everything, down to the last penny they own. For many this has been literally true and tonight's programme meets a few of those who feel they have lost more than they ever imagined possible. See today's choices.
Producer Philippa Walker; Executive producer Steve Hewlett

Contributors

Producer: Philippa Walker
Executive producer: Steve Hewlett

: Question Time

Tonight's programme comes from
Bournemouth, where the Conservative Party conference is being held and the panel features David Hunt , Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster;
Mo Mowlam , Shadow Heritage Secretary; Malcolm Bruce , Liberal Democrat
Treasury spokesman; and Mary Ann Sieghart, assistant editor of The
Times. Chaired by David Dimbleby. Director Rob Hopkin ; Series editor
Christopher Capron APPLICATIONS: if you would like to join the audience. telephone[number removed] or write to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: David Hunt
Unknown: Mo Mowlam
Unknown: Malcolm Bruce
Unknown: Mary Ann
Unknown: David Dimbleby.
Director: Rob Hopkin
Unknown: Christopher Capron

: Golf

Highlights from today's first round of the World Matchplay Championship from the West Course at Wentworth.
Introduced by Steve Rider.
(Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter: Steve Rider.

: Malcolm

' Crime comedy starring Colin Friels
John Hargreaves
' Malcolm gives the impression of being dim-witted, but he is a genius when it comes to constructing anything mechanical - be it a personal tramcar ora robot that can roba bank. His technical expertise goes unnoticed until a new lodger with a more down-to-earth outlook on life moves in. Director Nadia Tass (1986) * FILM REVIEWS pages 69-74

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Friels
Unknown: John Hargreaves
Malcolm: Colin Friels
Frank: John Hargreaves
Judith: Lindy Davies
Willy: Chris Haywood

: Weather

: BBC Select

RCN Nursing Update - Unit 30: Simple Analgesics.








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