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: Business Breakfast

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


Unknown: Paul Burden
Unknown: Sara Coburn.

: Breakfast News

With Justin Webb and Juliet Morris.
Timetable on Monday


Unknown: Justin Webb
Unknown: Juliet Morris.

: Breakfast News Extra

With Juliet Morris.
For details see Monday


Unknown: Juliet Morris.

: The Morning on BBC1

9.20 Style Counsel Continuing the makeover programme, with Jeff Banks.
9.45 Kilroy Daily debate, hosted by Robert Kilroy-Silk . Stereo................
10.30 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick Magazine programme with Anne Diamond and Nick Owen. Featuring cookery with Ainsley Harriott , beauty features, and continuingthe series followingfour couples through pregnancy to birth. Includingat 11.00 News Subtitled;
Regional News and Weather. Stereo.
12.00 News submied
Regional News; Weather
12.05pm Call My Bluff Panel game testing wordpower. With Alan Coren and Sandi Toksvig , and referee Bob Holness.
12.35 Going for Gold General knowledge quiz with Henry Kelly.


Unknown: Jeff Banks.
Unknown: Robert Kilroy-Silk
Unknown: Anne Diamond
Unknown: Nick Owen.
Unknown: Ainsley Harriott
Unknown: Alan Coren
Unknown: Sandi Toksvig
Unknown: Bob Holness.
Unknown: Henry Kelly.

: Neighbours

Detailsat5.35pm Stereo

: The Season

The UK Darts final is synonymous with summer. This programme looks at the significance of the sport.............

: Racing

From Goodwood, featuring races at 2.40,
3.10 and 3.40. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jimmy Undley and Jim McGrath , reports by Jonathan Powell. Introduced by Julian Wilson with Clare Balding.
Coverage of the 4.10 race is on BBC2.
Producer Barbara Slater


Commentary By: Peter O'Sullevan
Commentary By: Jimmy Undley
Commentary By: Jim McGrath
Unknown: Jonathan Powell.
Introduced By: Julian Wilson
Unknown: Clare Balding.
Producer: Barbara Slater

: The Silver Brumby

Continuing the Australian animated series about a colt, his brothers and theirfriends the bush animals.
Next episode tomorrow at 3.50pm Stereo.

: Dennis the Menace: Unidentified Funny Object

Competitions and giveaways: p

: Out of Tune

Written by Brian Jordan


Written By: Brian Jordan
Street: Tim Downie
Tony: John Labanowski
Vicar: Nick Maloney
Ice-D: Jotham Annan
Chas: Jane Danson
Rachel: Lian Neisun
James: Jonathan Preager
Mickey: Thomas Maher
Shed: Louise Sullivan
Carol: Charlene Brooks
Frankie: John Waterhouse

: Newsround

With Julie Etchingham and Chris Rogers.


Unknown: Julie Etchingham
Unknown: Chris Rogers.

: Activ8

Today, the sports and activities series features rollerblading, five-a-side football, show jumping, Tai Chi and canoeing. Repeated tomorrow at 8.00am on BBC2


Unknown: Tai Chi

: Neighbours

Stonie is bowled over by Annalise, but is Colin goingto lose Marlene?
Shownat 1. 40pm For cast see Wednesday

: Six O'Clock News

With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart ,
Weather Michael Fish ....................


Unknown: Martyn Lewis
Unknown: Moira Stuart

: Regional news magazine

For details see Monday

: 2 Point 4 Children

Mayday. Jenny is worried when her boyfriend's grandmother comes to tea.
Wntten by Andrew Marshall
Director/Producer Richard Boden


Unknown: Andrew Marshall
Bill Porter: Belinda Lang
Ben Porter: Gary Olsen
Rona: Julia Hills
Jenny: Clare Buckfield
David: John Pickard
Tony: Tom Roberts
Christine: Kim Benson
Bette: Liz Smith
Pearl: Barbara Lott
Laura: Arbel Jones
Sophie: Nancy Nevinson
Clive: Nathan Valente

: EastEnders

Kathy and Phil's christening party for baby Ben goes with a swing, but fate strikes a cruel blow at the height of the festivities.
For cast see Thursday. Omnibus edition next
Sunday Stereo

: Great Ormond Street

Concluding the fly-on-the-wall documentary series focusing on the world-famous children's hospital. Tonight's programme meets two patients in the renal unit who are awaiting kidney transplant operations. Two-year-old Harry has been on the waiting list for 14 months, while five-year-old Rabia, whose transplant 16 months ago failed, is back on dialysis until a suitable donor match turns up. See today's choices.


Producer: Jennie Cosgrove
Series Producer: Polly Bide

: Funny World

A collection of memorable comedy moments from the BBC archives, presented by actress Barbara Windsor. The Funny World of Childhood. The young and young at heart provide a rich source of humourfor comedy writers and performers. Tonight, includes some of the best comic clips from the realm of childhood.
Producer David Housham


Unknown: Barbara Windsor.
Producer: David Housham

: Nine O'Clock News

With Michael Buerk. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Michael Fish ..................


Unknown: Michael Buerk.

: Flying Soldiers

First of a six-part documentary series focusing on army trainee helicopter pilots.
Airborne. Before the nine men and one woman at the Army Air Corp's training base in Hampshire can learn to fly a helicopter, they must master some basic airmanship skills in fixed wing chipmunks. But they have only five flying hours to prove they can go solo. See today's choices.
Producer Will Aslett; Director Tim Lambert


Director: Tim Lambert

: Cardiac Arrest: The Way of All Flesh

Claire puts pressure on a grieving father to give his consent to a transplant. Meanwhile, Raj becomes interested in a new student nurse.

See today's choices.


Writer: John MacLure
Director: Morag Fullarton
Dr Claire Maitland: Helen Baxendale
Dr Rajesh Rajah: Ahsen Bhatti
Dr James Mortimer: Jo Dow
Mr Cyril 'Scissors' Smedley: Peter O'Brien
Mr Adrian DeVries: Jack Fortune
Sister Julie Novae: Jacquetta May
CN Patrick Garden: Peter Biddle
Student Nurse Kirsty: Lisa Harkus
Bob Broadbent: Bill Rodgers
David: Frank Lauder
Radiographer: James Healy
SN Pam Charnley: Mandy Matthews
Babe Karen: Michelle Charles

: Knife to the Heart

Concluding the series about the history of transplant surgery.
The Great Organ Hunt. Tonight, the controversial methods that are being used to boost the supply of organs. In India, transplant organs are up for sale and many poor women have sold a kidney to feed and educate their families. In France, a mothertells the disturbing story of how she found out that the eyes of her teenage son had been removed from his body after he was killed in a road accident. Now, faced with a shortage of human organs, some researchers are experimenting with those of animals.
Director Jenny Barraclough ; Series producer
TonyStark Stereo # See Polly Toynbee : page 14


Director: Jenny Barraclough
Unknown: Polly Toynbee

: Blind Hate

Drama based on a true life story starring Corbin Bernsen
When attorney Morris Dees learns of a conspiracy by white supremacist groups to overthrow the US government, he is determined to bring it to public attention. The murder of a black youth by two Ku Klux Klan members gives him the opportunity to put the whole organisation on trial.
Director John Korty (1991) Stereo ♦ See Films: pages 49-56


Unknown: Corbin Bernsen
Unknown: Morris Dees
Director: John Korty
Morris Dees: Corbin Bernsen
EllieDees: Jenny Lewis
BillStanton: Sandy Bull
Evan Curtis: John M Jackson
Pat Clark: Angela Bassett
Danny Welch: James Staley
Howard Lee: Casey Biggs
John Gilbert: Harold Sylvester
Tiger Knowles: James Parks

: Weather

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