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: Business Breakfast

With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Monday
(Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter: Paul Burden

: Breakfast News

With Andrew Harvey and Fiona Bruce.
Timetable on Monday
(Subtitled)

Contributors

Presenter: Andrew Harvey
Presenter: Fiona Bruce

: Breakfast News Extra

With Anastasia Cooke.
For details see Monday
(Subtitled)

Contributors

Presenter: Anastasia Cooke

: Ready, Steady, Cook

Cookery challenge with Fern Britton.

(Repeat) (Stereo) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Presenter: Fern Britton

: Esther

Esther Rantzen looks at jealousy, and asks whether it proves you care or shows that you don't trust the one you love.
(Repeat) (Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter: Esther Rantzen

: The Roadshow Collection

Henry Sandon looks at antiques in the shape of animals.
(Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter: Henry Sandon

: Carrier's Caribbean

Robert Carrier travels around the Caribbean islands. Today he visits Puerto Rico to prepare piones and chicken in lamond sauce.
(Repeat)

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Carrier

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Due South: We Are the Eggman

Fraser saves a lorry and its driver from certain disaster, but is rewarded with a $10 million dollar lawsuit.
(Repeat) (Stereo)

: Good Neighbours

Fans recall their favourite moments from Neighbours.

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Wipeout

Game show hosted by Paul Daniels.
( Repeat) (Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter: Paul Daniels

: Neighbours

Anne decides that she's had enough of boys, and Tim finds a friend in Susan.
Repeated 5.35pm
(Stereo)

: One O'Clock News

Weather Subtitled ....

: Columbo

Make Me a Perfect Murder.
A ruthless television executive plans her boss's death. But can her "perfect" alibi fool
Lt Columbo?
(Repeat)

: Quincy

The Night Killer.
Quincy helps out a young couple who are accused of murder when one of their children is found dead. With guest star Tyne Daly.
(Repeat)

Contributors

Unknown: Tyne Daly

: Popeye

Cartoon.
(Repeat)

: Bananaman

Superhero animation.
(Repeat) (Stereo)

: Children's BBC: Morph TV with Tony Hart

Claymation antics as Morph tries to run his own TV Station.
(Stereo)

: Cartoon Critters

In this week's cartoon and wildlife show. Dogsbody gets to star in his own TV commercial. Plus animation with Tom and Jerry and Pingu.
Repeated tomorrow at 8.35am on BBC2

: Newsround

A look at how children in Hyderabad. Pakistan, are trying to ease tensions between Hindus and Muslims.

: Children's BBC: Byker Grove

Continuing a rerun of the eighth series.
Harry persuades Cher to face up to her Nan's illness.
For cast see Tuesday
(Repeat) (Subtitles)

: Neighbours

Shown at 2.35pm
(Stereo) (Subtitles)

: Six O'Clock News

With Nicholas Witchell and Jennie Bond.
Weather Michael Fish

Contributors

Newsreader: Nicholas Witchell
Newsreader: Jennie Bond
Weather: Michael Fish

: Regional news magazine

For details see Monday.

: Watchdog: Value for Money

The series helping consumers make the best choices.
Vanessa Feltz looks at the gamble of house-swap holidays, following the Mullins family as they trade their London home for an apartment in Barcelona, and three students volunteer for a makeover as they get kitted out for their first jobs.

Contributors

Presenter: Vanessa Feltz
Series Producer: Owen Gay
Editor: Steve Anderson

: EastEnders

Annie's angry when George makes a deal with an old friend and Phil has a difficult encounter.
For cast see Tuesday
Omnibus edition on Sunday
(Stereo)

: Airport

The final episode of the series of real-life dramas from Heathrow finds Customs Officer Garth Powell accused of torture in the green channel, and Anita
Newcourt faces problems on a VIP-filled charter to Hong Kong.
The programme returns for a special edition at Christmas.
See today's choices.

Contributors

Contributor: Garth Powell
Contributor: Anita Newcourt
Executive Producer: Jeremy Mills
Series Producer: Bridget Sneyd

: Pilgrims Rest

Continuing the new comedy series set in a transport cafe starring Gary Olsen, Gwen Taylor.

It's Good to Talk.
Bob is less than supportive of Tilly's efforts to find a job, so Pamela offers to introduce her to a women's group to discuss her problems.

* See People: page 12

Contributors

Writer: Paul Mayhew-Archer
Producer: Mark Chapman
Director: Gareth Carrivick
Bob: Gary Olsen
Tilly: Gwen Taylor
Quentin: Jonathan Aris
Drew: John Arthur
Mo: Michael Fenton Stevens
Didier: Pierre Forest
Ronnie: Jay Simpson
Pamela: Nina Young
Simon Barnes: Antony Edridge
Mrs Lewis: Catherine Rabett
Receptionist: Debbi Blythe

: Nine O'Clock News

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

Contributors

Newsreader: Michael Buerk
Weather: Michael Fish

: Barnardo's Children In Search of Love

The second of two programmes about the changing role of the children's charity turns the spotlight on the present-day work of Barnardo's. Over projects throughout the UK work with children in desperate circumstances, and the methods are very different from those used in the past. The harrowing story of Mabel Johnson, separated from her twin sister for over 60 years, is contrasted with the very different experiences of today's Barnardo's children.
See today's choices.
+ Barnardo's revisited: page 23

Contributors

Contributor: Mabel Johnson

: The Mrs Merton Show

Caroline Aherne assumes the guise of chat show hostess Mrs Merton, with guests Lord Lichfield, Carol Vorderman and Barbara Windsor.
(Repeat) (Stereo)

Contributors

Mrs Merton: Caroline Aherne
Guest: Lord Litchfield
Guest: Carol Vorderman
Guest: Barbara Windsor
Director: Pati Marr
Producer: Peter Kessler

: BBC Proms 97 A Night in the Country

In the second of four Proms recorded for BBC television James Naughtie introduces Beethoven's Symphony No 6 in F (Pastoral), recorded at the Royal Albert Hall on 30 July, and David Attenborough talks about the enduring relationship between music and nature.
Mark Wigglesworth conducts the BBC National Orchestra of Wales in Beethoven's sensitive portrait of the countryside, integrating birdsong, peasant dancing and storms into a highly sophisticated symphony that has become one the favourites of the concert repertoire.

Contributors

Presenter: James Naughtie
Speaker: David Attenborough
Conductor: Mark Wigglesworth
Executive Producer: David Willcock
Director: Helen Mansfield

: The File of the Golden Goose

Thriller starring Yul Brynner, Charles Gray, Edward Woodward.
American agent Peter Novak arrives in London on the trail of a ruthless ring of counterfeiters. He and his British partner Thompson infiltrate the gang but once inside, it becomes difficult to know who to trust.

Director Sam Wanamaker (1969)
* See Films: pages 48-55 *

Contributors

Director: Sam Wanamaker
Peter Novak: Yul Brynner
Nick the Owl Harrison: Charles Gray
Peter Thompson: Edward Woodward
Sloane: John Barrie
Collins: Bernard Archard
Reynolds: Ivor Dean
Firenos: Anthony Jacobs
Tina: Adrienne Corri
Mueller: Karel Stepanek
Leeds: Walter Gotell
Smythe: Graham Crowden
Martin: Geoffrey Reed

: Weather









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