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: Business Breakfast

With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday ....


Unknown: Paul Burden
Unknown: Sara Coburn.

: Breakfast News

With Andrew Harvey and Juliet Morris. Timetable on Monday


Unknown: Andrew Harvey
Unknown: Juliet Morris.

: Big Day Out

In the last of the series Bob Langley , Mo Dutta and Victoria Studd visit
Huddersfield. They meet Bill Owen who plays Compo in Last of the Summer Wine, see the Huddersfield Choral Society perform and learn about water colour painting and dry stone walling. They also visit the Colne Valley Museum and find out about life in Victorian times.


Unknown: Bob Langley
Unknown: Mo Dutta
Unknown: Victoria Studd
Unknown: Bill Owen

: Hot Chefs

The last programme in the series features chef John Tovey preparing yoghurt seed loaf and lemon tart.


Presenter/Chef: John Tovey

: News

Regional News; Weather

: Children's BBC: Playdays

Today the Patch Stop.

: Good Morning Summer

With Sarah Greene and Will Hanrahan.
Today's story from Touch of Love is Numero Uno followed at 11.05 by the fast-paced morning magazine featuring ex-pats in At Home Abroad, plus gardening with Stefan Buczacki , and fitness with Susan Kane. Including at
11.00 and 12.00 News Subtitled;
Regional News; Weather.


Unknown: Sarah Greene
Unknown: Will Hanrahan.
Unknown: Numero Uno
Unknown: Stefan Buczacki
Unknown: Susan Kane.

: Going for Gold

European quiz with Henry Kelly.


Presenter: Henry Kelly

: Neighbours

Details at 5.35pm.
(Stereo) (Subtitled)

: Wimbledon 95

Live coverage of day four of the tournament from the All England Club.
Weather permitting, today's play will see the conclusion of the second round singles matches, Introduced by Desmond Lynam with commentators John Barrett, Mark Cox, John Alexander, Barry Davies, Bill Threlfall, David Mercer, Ann Jones and Virginia Wade.


Presenter: Desmond Lynam
Commentator: John Barrett
Commentator: Mark Cox
Commentator: John Alexander
Commentator: Barry Davies
Commentator: Bill Threlfall
Commentator: David Mercer
Commentator: Ann Jones
Commentator: Virginia Wade

: Children's BBC: Animals of Farthing Wood

(Rpt) (Stereo) (Subtitled)

: Children's BBC: Clarissa Explains It All

Teenager Clarissa delivers more words of wisdom.

: Children's BBC: Escape from Jupiter

Eighth of a 13-part live action series. The rivalry between Michael and Gerard reaches a boiling point when they compete in an endurance test.


Duffy: Steve Bisley
Professor Ingessol: Arthur Dignam
Gerard: Justin Rosniak
Michael: Daniel Taylor
Kumiko: Anna Choy
Kingston: Abraham Forsyth
Anna: Robyn MacKenzie
Sam: Ken Radley
Beth: Linden Wilkenson

: Neighbours

Debbie suddenly remembers something about her mother's death. Meanwhile Rick offers Cody a devious solution to her exam worries.

(Shown at 1.30pm)
(For cast see Tuesday)
(Stereo) (Subtitled)

: Six O'Clock News

With Anna Ford and Jill Dando.
Weather Ian McCaskill


Newsreader: Anna Ford
Newsreader: Jill Dando
Weather presenter: Ian McCaskill

: Regional news magazine

See Monday for details

: Top of the Pops

The latest hits on the UK charts, plus exclusive performances and the best of the pre-chart sounds and new videos.
Top of the Pops - The Magazine: price £1.25, on sale now from newsagents.


Director: Claire Winyard
Producer: Ric Blaxill

: EastEnders

As Albert Square gathers to mourn a death, David faces his own crisis with no one to turn to. Sharon makes Grant an offer he may have to refuse.
This week's episodes written by Jeff Povey and Christopher Reason
Omnibus edition next Sunday


Writer: Jeff Povey
Writer: Christopher Reason
Producer: Jane Harris
Director: Misha Williams
Sharon Mitchell: Letitia Dean
Grant Mitchell: Ross Kemp
Nigel Bates: Paul Bradley
Maxine Palmer: Dilys Laye
Clare Tyler: Gemma Bissix
Pauline Fowler: Wendy Richard
Arthur Fowler: Bill Treacher
Phil Mitchell: Steve McFadden
Kathy Mitchell: Gillian Taylforth
David Wicks: Michael French
Ricky Butcher: Sid Owen
Bianca Jackson: Patsy Palmer
Peggy Mitchell: Barbara Windsor
Carol Jackson: Lindsey Coulson
Alan Jackson: Howard Antony
Sanjay Kapoor: Deepak Verma
Gita Kapoor: Shobu Kapoor
Michelle Fowler: Susan Tully
Mark Fowler: Todd Carty
Ruth Fowler: Caroline Paterson
Tim: Michael Nicholson
Ian Beale: Adam Woodyatt
Cindy Beale: Michelle Collins
Steve Elliott: Mark Monero
Tiffany Raymond: Martine McCutcheon
Ethel Skinner: Gretchen Franklin
Liam Tyler: Francis Magee
Big Ron: Ron Tarr

: Wildlife on One: Advance of the Armadillo

Despite its dinosaur-like appearance, the nine banded armadillo is one of the most successful animal invaders of all time. In just over a century it has become a major presence in the southern United States and has even been named the state mascot of Texas.
See today's choices.
Nature's Tank: page 30


Narrator: David Attenborough
Producer: Dilys Breese
Series Producer: Keith Scholey

: Castles

Ninth in a 24-part drama about the trials and tribulations of the Castle family.

Philip and Linda's son David unexpectedly comes home from university and drops a bombshell on his parents about his future plans.

(Repeated tomorrow at 10.30am)
(For cast see Tuesday)
(Stereo) (Subtitled)

: Nine O'Clock News

With Michael Buerk.
Regional News
Weather Ian McCaskill


Newsreader: Michael Buerk
Weather presenter: Ian McCaskill

: Men Behaving Badly: Drunk

Gary makes a special video tour of his relationship with Dorothy to celebrate getting back together with her.
See today's choices.


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

: Life Stinks

Comedy directed by and starring Mel Brooks, Lesley Ann Warren

As arrogant as he is wealthy, businessman Goddard Bolt is lured into a rash wager: that he has the wits to survive and thrive in any situation, even if he were a destitute tramp.
Film Reviews pages 63-68


Director: Mel Brooks
Goddard Bolt: Mel Brooks
Molly: Lesley Ann Warren
Vance Crasswell: Jeffrey Tambor
Pritchard: Stuart Pankin
Sailor: Howard Morris
J Paul Getty: Rudy de Luca
Fumes: Teddy Wilson
Knowles: Michael Ensign
Stevens: Matthew Faison
Willy: Billy Barty
Mean Victor: Brian Thompson

: The Dogs of War

Action drama based on Frederick Forsyth's novel starring Christopher Walken, Tom Berenger

Jamie Shannon is the leader of band of mercenaries who will fight anyone's war, providing the pay is good enough. After a futile attempt to live a normal life, he prepares to undertake his most dangerous mission yet - the overthrow of a brutal West African dictator. (Subtitled)
Film Reviews pages 63-68


Based on the novel by: Frederick Forsyth
Director: John Irvin
Jamie Shannon: Christopher Walken
Drew: Tom Berenger
North: Colin Blakely
Endean: Hugh Millais
Derek: Paul Freeman
Jessie: Jobeth Williams
Michel: Jean-Francois Stevenin
Captain Lockhart: Robert Urquhart
Dr Okoye: Winston Ntshona
Captain: Pedro Armendarizjr
Richard: Harlan Cary Poe
Terry: Ed O'Neill

: Weather

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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.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

Through the listings, you will also be able to use the Genome search function to find thousands of radio and TV programmes that are already available to view or listen to on the BBC website.

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