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: Business Breakfast

Timetable on Monday

: Breakfast News

With Justin Webb and Juliet Morris.
Timetable on Monday .........................


Unknown: Justin Webb
Unknown: Juliet Morris.

: The Morning on BBC1

Mo Dutta introduces this morning's line-up of programmes.
9.05 Kilroy Topical discussion with Robert Kilroy-Silk . Stereo .............
10.00 News and Weather subtitled (news) Regional News; Weather
10.05 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick Featuring vet Mark Evans , needlecraft, the weekly fashion makeover, and John Leslie 's look at the dating game. Including at 11.00 News Subtitled and Weather; Regional News and Weather.
12.00 News and Weather summed (news) Regional News; Weather
12.05pm Pebble Mill With Ross King.
12.55 Regional News; Weather


Introduces: Mo Dutta
Unknown: Robert Kilroy-Silk
Unknown: Mark Evans
Unknown: John Leslie
Unknown: Ross King.

: Neighbours

Detailsat5.35pm Stereo Subtitled ......

: The Great British Quiz

General knowledge quiz presented by Philip Hayton.


Presented By: Philip Hayton.

: Cagney and Lacey

Secrets. Cagney and Laceyfind themselves workingfortwo detectives who live life in the fast lane. Meanwhile, for Mary Beth , Harvey Jr's rebelliousness brings an unwelcome ghost back into her life. Starring Sharon Gless and Tyne Daly.


Unknown: Mary Beth
Unknown: Sharon Gless
Unknown: Tyne Daly.

: Movie Magic

Today: audio awareness.............

: Noddy

With Toby Anstis. Stereo More adventures in Toyland with Noddy and his friends. With the voices of Susan Sheridan and Jimmy Hibbert. BBC NODDY MAGAZINE: 80p. from newsagents


Unknown: Toby Anstis.
Unknown: Susan Sheridan
Unknown: Jimmy Hibbert.

: Mortimer and Arabel

The puppet comedy-drama continues.
Mortimer and Arabel go to the bank with Mrs Jones to deliver a ring to the Duke of Rumbury, while granny gets ready for Christmas.

: Dinobabies

Prehistoric animated fun

: Growing Up Wild

Terry Nutkins meets a member of the largest rodent family in the world, a capybara, and looks at other rodents which make up 40 per cent of all mammal species.
Stereo............................................... Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am on BBC2

: Newsround

: Grange Hill

The computer games competition reaches its final stage, and Maria's troubles at home finally come to a climax.
Written by Kevin Hood


Written By: Kevin Hood
Mada: Luisa Bradshaw-White
Richard: Desmond Askew
Justine: Rachel Victoria-Roberts
Finch: Dennis Titus
Mr Robson: Stuart Organ
Lucy: Belinda Crane
Josh: Jamie Groves

: Neighbours

Philip quits his job and Gaby hides the truth of her return. Hypnotherapy offers Brett a chance in love.
Shown at 1.30pm Stereo


Helen Daniels: Anne Haddy
Doug Willis: Terence Donovan
Pam Willis: Sue Jones
Gaby Willis: Rachel Blakely
Brad Willis: Scott Michaelson
Lou Carpenter: Tom Oliver
Lauren Carpenter: Sarah Vandenbergh
Beth Brennan: Natalie Imbruglia
Rick Alessi: Dan Falzon
Julie Martin: Julie Mullins
Philip Martin: Ian Rawlings
Hannah Martin: Rebecca Ritters
Debbie Martin: Marnie Reece-Wilmore
Michael Martin: Troy Beckwith
Annalise Hartman: Kimberley Davies
Wayne Duncan: Jonathon Sammy-Lee
Mark Gottlieb: Bruce Samazan
Cheryl Stark: Caroline Gillmer
Danni Stark: Eliza Szonert
Brett Stark: Brett Blewitt
Cody Willis: Peta Brady
Luke Foster: Murray Bartlett

: Six O'Clock News

With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. subtitled
Weather Suzanne Charlton


Unknown: Anna Ford
Unknown: Andrew Harvey.
Unknown: Suzanne Charlton

: Regional news magazine

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

: This Is Your Life

Michael Aspel springs more surprises and reunions on unsuspecting guests.


Presenter: Michael Aspel
Director: Brian Klein
Producer: Malcolm Morris

: Here and Now

Current affairs magazine programme which travels the length and breadth of the nation, respondingto the stories that matterand speakingto those affected by the politicians and decision-makers.
Editor Paul Woolwich


Editor: Paul Woolwich

: How Do They Do That?

Here are some answers to questions you always wanted to ask - and a few more. In tonight's show the question is asked how can commentators at
Wimbledon give the viewers so much precise information such as what speed the ball was served at. Two great pantomime dames, Roy Hudd and Jack Trip , divulge their professional secrets. Meet the couple who live in an eco-house and because of their self-sufficiency receive no fuel bills. Also the story of a special schools headmaster, Les Alderman, who has rescued 30 children from destitution on the streets of the former Soviet Union and ensured they received homes, education and much-needed medical attention. Presented by Desmond Lynam and Jenny Hull.
Producers Martin Lucas and Gill Stribling-Wright Executive producer Alan Boyd


Unknown: Roy Hudd
Unknown: Jack Trip
Presented By: Desmond Lynam
Presented By: Jenny Hull.
Producers: Martin Lucas
Producers: Gill Stribling-Wright
Producer: Alan Boyd

: Points of View

Anne Robinson with viewers' opinions on BBC television programmes.
Write with your comments to Points of View, BBCtv, London W 12 7RJ. Or telephone/fax on [number removed]. The E-mail address is: pov@bbcnc.org.uk Producer Bernard Newnham


Unknown: Anne Robinson
Producer: Bernard Newnham

: Nine O'Clock News

With Peter Sissons. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Suzanne Charlton


Unknown: Peter Sissons.
Unknown: Suzanne Charlton

: Between the Lines

Free Trade. When vigilantes posing as police officers shoot four drug dealers and hospitalise another, Tony Clark and his team are called in by Deakin to find out what the police know. But complications arise when Mo is contacted by her ex-boss DCI Lawson.
Episode written by Gordon Hann
Producer Joy Lale ; Director Ross Devenish


Tony Clark: Neil Pearson
Harry Naylor: Tom Georgeson
Maureen Connell: Siobhan Redmond
John Deakin: Tony Doyle
Sarah Teale: Sylvestra Le Touzel
Kate Roberts: Barbara Wilshere
Ellie Hughes: Eve Bland
Peter Adams: Roger Allam
Tom Roland: Frederick Treves
DCI Lawson: Christopher Hunter
Davis: Luke Williams
Becket: Nigel Harrison
Coulson: Michael Jenn
Det Supt Mike Perren: Billy McColl
Det Sgt Michelle Bailies: Jane Wheldon
George Jackson: Roger McKern
Written By: Gordon Hann
Producer: Joy Lale
Director: Ross Devenish

: The Mechanic

Action thriller starring
Charles Bronson
Jan-Michael Vincent
Arthur Bishop takes pride in his work, carefully crafting each job to suit his exacting specifications.
Steve McKenna wants to be his apprentice. However, their trade is death, for Bishop is a professional hit man, a deadly dangerous business to be involved with. Director Michael Winner (1972) + Film Reviews pages 77-84


Director: Michael Winner
Arthur Bishop: Charles Bronson
Steve McKenna: Jan-Michael Vincent
Prostitute: Jill Ireland
Harry McKenna: Keenan Wynn
Louise: Linda Ridgeway
Syndicate head: Frank Dekova

: Cross My Heart

Sex comedy starring
Martin Short
Annette O'Toole
It's David and Kathy's big date and perhaps tonight's the night for them. Or perhaps not. David'sjust been fired and Kathy thinks he's got a promotion, and she's neglected to tell him that she's got a 7-year-old daughter. With Paul Reiserand Joanna Kerns.
Director Armyan Bernstein (1987) * FILM REVIEWS pages 77-84


Unknown: Martin Short
Unknown: Annette O'Toole
Director: Armyan Bernstein

: Weather

: BBC Select

TV Edits 3 - German TV4: scrambled transmission.

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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