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: Business Breakfast

With Adam Shaw and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday................................


Unknown: Adam Shaw
Unknown: Sara Coburn.

: Breakfast News

With Justin Webb at the Conservative Party Conference, and Sara Cobum in the studio. Timetable on Monday


Unknown: Justin Webb
Unknown: Sara Cobum

: Mastermind Masters

A classicfinal from the past 25 years.

: The Fanelli Boys

Oh My Papas. While Theresa and Uncle
Angelo are on holiday, the boys are left to look after Becky's two kids...........

: News

Regional News; Weather

: Conference Live 95

Nick Ross presents live coverage from the Conservative Party Conference in Blackpool. With Anne Perkins and Jon Sopel. Continued at2.10pmonBBC2. Stereo .......
Includingat 11.00 and 12.00 News Subtitled Regional News; Weather


Unknown: Nick Ross
Unknown: Anne Perkins
Unknown: Jon Sopel.

: Neighbours

Detailsat5.35pm Stereo

: Hawkeye

The Child. Hawkeye and Elizabeth cross swords overan orphaned infant.
Followed by The Nation's Favourite Poems
With Terry Waite.
Repeated from Sunday For details see page 66


Unknown: Terry Waite.

: Island Race

John McCarthy and Sandi Toksvigtravel from Orkney to Whitby.
Shown yesterday at 7.00pm Stereo


Unknown: John McCarthy
Unknown: Sandi Toksvigtravel

: The Great British Quiz

Challenging general knowledge quiz. With Philip Hayton.


Unknown: Philip Hayton.

: Ants in Your Pants

Otis the Aardvark introduces three cartoons for younger viewers.

: Chucklevision

The boys go to a health farm. Rpt Stereo .................

: Get Your Own Back

Game show where adults are given a hard time.

: Pirates

Helen Kitten comes face to face with Roger's fiercesome ex-wife,
Molly Blood. Gran overhears a plan to fling her on the scrapheap and Roger discovers that he has three wishes.
Written by Rebecca Stevens and PeterTabem


Unknown: Molly Blood.
Written By: Rebecca Stevens
Roger Bones: Paul Bown
Lambkin Bones: Hayley Elliott
Man in the sack :: Paul Filipiak
Abigail Blood: Liz Smith
Molly Blood: Buffy Davis
Helen Kitten: Debby Bishop
Lawrence Kitten: Benjamin Rennis
Grog Blossom Kate: Rebecca Stevens
Site manager: Andrew Livingston
Drain doctor: Roger Sloman

: Newsround

: Blue Peter

In National
Asthma Week the team launch the largest survey ever conducted on childhood asthma. To take part ringfreephone [number removed]. Lines are open between 9am and 10pm until 15 October.

: Neighbours

Libby decides to become a writer, Philip is desperate to lose weight and Annalise faces treatment for cancer.
Shown at 1.30pm Stereo


Helen Daniels: Annehaddy
Cody Willis: Peta Brady
Lou Carpenter: Tom Oliver
Cheryl Stark: Caroline Gillmer
Danielle Stark: Eliza Szonert
Brett Stark: Brett Blewitt
Annalise Hartman: Kimberley Davies
Philip Martin: Ian Rawlings
Hannah Martin: Rebecca Ritters
Mark Gottlieb: Bruce Samazan
Serendipity Ren Gottlieb: Raelee Hill
Rick Alessi: Dan Falzon
Sam Kratz: Richard Grieve
Martene Kratz: Moya O'Sullivan
Kart Kennedy: Alan Fletcher
Susan Kennedy: Jackie Woodburne
Libby Kennedy: Kym Valentine
Malcolm Kennedy: Benji McNair
Billy Kennedy: Jesse Spencer
BiancaZanotti: Annie Gagliard
Jen Handley: Alyce Platt
Angie Rebecchi: Lesley Baker
Stonefish Rebecchi: Anthony Engleman
Big Kev Rebecchi: Don Bridges
Jarrod Toadfish Rebecchi: Ryan Moloney

: Six O'Clock News

With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather Ian McCaskill ...................


Unknown: Anna Ford
Unknown: Andrew Harvey.
Unknown: Ian McCaskill

: Regional news magazine

See Monday fordetails .............................

: This Is Your Life

Michael Aspel springs more surprises and reunions on unsuspecting guests. Director Brian Klein ; Producer Malcolm Morris
Followed by The Nation's Favourite Poems
With Annette Crosbie.
Repeated from Monday


Unknown: Michael Aspel
Director: Brian Klein
Producer: Malcolm Morris
Unknown: Annette Crosbie.

: As Time Goes By

While Jean hunts for a manager to run the new agency, Lionel writes an outline for an American mini-series based on theirown romance.
Written by Bob Larbey ; Producer Sydney Lotterby Executive producer Phillip Jones


Written By: Bob Larbey
Producer: Sydney Lotterby
Producer: Phillip Jones
Jean: Judi Dench
Lionel: Geoffrey Palmer
Judith: Moira Brooker
Alistair: Philip Bretherton
Sandy: Jenny Funnell

: How Do They Do That?

The series which explains it all, with Eamonn Holmes and Jenny Hull. This week, how drag-car racers get from 0 to 240mph in six seconds and how
"human mole" Peter Faulding burrows under ruined buildings to rescue survivors. Plus, British swimmer Alison Streeter , who has swum the Channel some 32 times.
Producers Gill Stribling-Wright and Martin Lucas Executive producer Alan Boyd


Unknown: Eamonn Holmes
Unknown: Jenny Hull.
Unknown: Peter Faulding
Unknown: Alison Streeter
Producers: Gill Stribling-Wright
Producers: Martin Lucas
Producer: Alan Boyd

: Points of View

Anne Robinson presents the series in which viewers deliver their verdict on recent BBC television programmes. Write to Points of View, BBCtv,
London W 12 7RJ. Ortelephone/fax on (0181) [number removed]. The e-mail address is: pov@bbcnc.org.uk Producer Bernard Newnham


Unknown: Anne Robinson
Producer: Bernard Newnham

: Nine O'Clock News

WithPeterSissons. Regional News
Weather Ian McCaskill .................


Unknown: Ian McCaskill

: People's Century 1930 - Sporting Fever

The turbulent changes of the 20th century from the point of view of ordinary people. Tonight, the story of how sport was exploited as a business and for national prestige. See today's choices.
Producer Mark Davis ; Executive producer
Peter Pagnamenta Repeated next Monday on BBC2 Stereo
♦Witness Billy O'Donnell : page 37


Producer: Mark Davis
Producer: Peter Pagnamenta
Unknown: Billy O'Donnell

: Sportsnight

Introduced by Desmond Lynam , with Alan Hansen and Jimmy Hill. International Football
England's preparationsfor next year's European Championships continue with a friendly against Norway in Oslo. England's last visit resulted in defeat and the end of their 1994 World Cup hopes. Highlights of tonight's game, with commentary by John Motson and TrevorBrooking.
Plus, highlights from this evening's crucial European Championship qualifying matches in Group 6, where the Republic of Ireland take on Latvia in Dublin and Northern Ireland visit
Lichtenstein. There's also action from
Wales v Germany in Cardiff, brief highlights of Scotland's friendly in Sweden and news of all the other
European Championship qualifiers. Rugby League
England will be lookingfor a convincing victory against Fiji, who are making theirfirst appearance in the World Cup... Highlights of this evening's match from Wigan's Central Park.
Editor Brian Barwick Stereo
♦ Alan Hansen : page 47
Followed by The Nation's Favourite Poems
Repeated from Saturday


Introduced By: Desmond Lynam
Unknown: Alan Hansen
Unknown: Jimmy Hill.
Commentary By: John Motson
Editor: Brian Barwick Stereo
Unknown: Alan Hansen

: Kill!

Thriller starring
James Mason
Someone is killing the world's top drugs pushers and Interpol suspect one of their own. Theirtop agent is sent to intercept a large heroin shipment and catch the rogue vigilante.
Director Romain Gary (1972) * FILM REVIEWS pages 59-64


Unknown: James Mason
Director: Romain Gary
Alan: James Mason
Emily: Jean Seberg
Killian: Stephen Boyd
Chief: Curt Jurgens
Inspector: Daniel Emilfork
Lawyer: Henri Garcin

: Weather

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