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: Business Breakfast

With Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday

Contributors

Unknown: Sara Coburn.

: Breakfast News

With Andrew Harvey and Sophie Raworth. Timetable on Monday Subtitled .......

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Harvey
Unknown: Sophie Raworth.

: Can't Cook Won't Cook

Culinary challenge.

: Style Challenge

Makeoverseries. Stereo ....

: Kilroy

Studio debate. Stereo Subtitled .

: Conservative Party Conference

Live coverage from Blackpool on the final day of the conference including a speech from William Hague , leader ofthe
Conservative Party. Presented by Jon Sopel , with Diana Madill.
Including News
Regional News and Weather

Contributors

Leader: William Hague
Presented By: Jon Sopel
Unknown: Diana Madill.

: Going for a Song

The antiques panel game.

: One o'Clock News

Weather Subtitled ....

: The Weather Show

Topical weather stories.

: Neighbours

Rebecca has a confession to make to
Toadie, and Libby launches a new business venture.
Repeated at 5.35pm Stereo

: Racing

From Ascot, featuring races at 2.30 and at 3.05 the October Stakes. Commentary by Willie Carson , PeterO'Sullevan, Graham Rock and Jonathan Powell.
Introduced by Clare Balding and Julian Wilson. The 3.40 race is on BBC2.
Producer Chris Lewis

Contributors

Commentary By: Willie Carson
Unknown: Graham Rock
Unknown: Jonathan Powell.
Introduced By: Clare Balding
Unknown: Julian Wilson.
Producer: Chris Lewis

: Playdays

A visit to the Poppy Stop.
Repeat Stereo ...............................

: Dear Mr Barker

The fascinating facts programme that answers viewers' questions. Today, a visit to the haunted house at Alton Towers to discover how the theme park's scary special effects are created. With John Eccleston, Paul Hendy and Julie Westwood. WRITE TO: Dear Mr Barker, [address removed] with questions.

Contributors

Unknown: John Eccleston
Unknown: Paul Hendy
Unknown: Julie Westwood
Unknown: Mr Barker

: The All New Popeye Show

Animation with the spinach-eating sailor.
Repeat Subtitled ...........................

: Casper

Animation about a friendly ghost. Stereo Subtitled ...............

: Record Breakers

The record breaking action and adventure programme. Territorial Army Para, Gary Shopland , runs the London Marathon with a a 401b rucksack, and memory expert Creighton Carvello attempts the mind-blowing record of memorising 17 randomly-selected numbers in four seconds and repeating them in the correct order. With Kriss Akabusi , Cheryl Baker. Ron Reagan and Dan Roland.

Contributors

Unknown: Gary Shopland
Unknown: Creighton Carvello
Unknown: Kriss Akabusi
Unknown: Cheryl Baker.
Unknown: Ron Reagan
Unknown: Dan Roland.

: Newsround

Stereo Subtitled.

: Blue Peter

Actor and writer Michael Palin tells the Blue Peter team about his adventures while filming his series "Full Circle with Michael Palin" currently on Sunday nights. Repeated on Sunday BBC2

Contributors

Guest: Michael Palin

: Neighbours

Shown at 1.45pm Stereo

: Six o'Clock News

With Martyn Lewis and Jill Dando.
Weather Suzanne Charlton

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Lewis
Unknown: Jill Dando.
Unknown: Suzanne Charlton

: Regional news magazine

For details see Monday

: Weekend Watchdog with Anne Robinson

TonightJohnathan Maitland reports live from Rome on the eve of the World Cup qualifying match between England and Italy. Plus an interview with TV soccer pundit Frank Skinner. Series producer Siobhan Mulholland Editor Steve Anderson
HOTLINE: ring free 0500
HOLIDAY RESCUE LINE: (0181) 749

Contributors

Unknown: Tonightjohnathan Maitland
Unknown: Frank Skinner.
Producer: Siobhan Mulholland
Editor: Steve Anderson

: Top of the Pops

The hottest hits from the week's top 40, with live performances, the best pop videos and Britain's numberone single. Director/Producer Chris Cowey
Repeated tomorrow Stereo Subtitled. TOP OFTHE POPS - THE MAGAZINE: price £1.35, on sale now from newsagents

: Vets in Practice

Concludingthe series following the students from last year's
Vets' School. A new series will follow in the new year.
The young vets are taking stock after their first six months in practice. Steve Leonard is playing tutorto his brother Keith, while Joe Inglis meets a noisy parrot, andTrude Mostue treats a labradorwith a swollen neck.
Director Steven Clarke : Series producer
Nick Shearman

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Leonard
Unknown: Joe Inglis
Director: Steven Clarke
Producer: Nick Shearman

: Children's Hospital

Last in the documentary series focusing on Liverpool's Alder Hey children's hospital. A new series will return next year. Tonight, 16-month-old Amy has an operation to fit an artificial eye. Meanwhile, seven-day-old Callum is brought in to casualty with feeding problems, and the lab results return on four-year-old Samantha's tumour.
Producer Rukhsana Mosam; Series producer Michael Houldey

Contributors

Producer: Rukhsana Mosam
Series Producer: Michael Houldey

: Nine o'Clock News

With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Regional News
Weekend Weather
Suzanne Charlton

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Sissons.
Unknown: Suzanne Charlton

: Dangerfield

Dangerfield gets drawn into a complex family affair after examining a body which has been dragged from a river.
See today's choices.
Episode written by Michael Baker
Producer Beverley Dartnall
Director Jo Johnson

Contributors

Written By: Michael Baker
Producer: Beverley Dartnall
Paul Dangerfield: Nigel Levaillant
Dl Frank Dagley: Michael Melia
DS Helen Diamond: Nicola Cowper
Sgt Keith Lamer: Roderick Smith
Dr Nick McKenzie: Bill Wallis
Dr Shaaban Hamada: Nadim Sawalha
Dr Annie Robbins: Fiona Victory
Alice Stratton: Amanda Root
Mrs Matthews: Jean Marsh
Ted: Robert Beck
Angela Wakefield: Marcia Warren
Colin Lancaster: John Rowe
Antonia Upton: Colette Brown
PC Liam Walsh: Linford Brown
Dr Martin Fielding: Andrew Grainger
MrsSmedley: Carol MacReady
Nurse: Marcia Carr
Male nurse: Andy Coleman
CID officer: David Perks

: The Nation's Favourite Love Poem

Following on from yesterday's National Poetry Day the result of the poll to discover the love poems closest to the nation's heart are announced tonight. Griff Rhys Jones is joined by guests Nigel Havers and Imogen Stubbs to look at love poems through the ages.
Producer Franny Moyle; Editor Daisy Goodwin
♦ My love is like.... page 8

Contributors

Unknown: Griff Rhys Jones
Unknown: Nigel Havers
Unknown: Imogen Stubbsto
Editor: Daisy Goodwin

: Parkinson: the Interviews

Alec Guinness
Michael Parkinson pays tribute to the man who became one of the world's finest actors and one of Hollywood's best loved stars. In highlights from this interview Alec Guinness talks about actors James Dean and Grace Kelly , playwright
Alan Bennett , and the poetTS Eliot. Series producer Annie Lewis Marffy

Contributors

Unknown: Alec Guinness
Unknown: Michael Parkinson
Talks: Alec Guinness
Unknown: James Dean
Unknown: Grace Kelly
Unknown: Alan Bennett
Producer: Annie Lewis Marffy

: Golf

Steve Riderwith highlights of today's World Match Play championship at Wentworth.

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Riderwith

: Crimewave

Crime comedy. Vic Ajax awaits execution at the Hudsucker State Penitentiary, but still proclaims his innocence.
Director Sam Raimi (1985, PG)
♦ See Rims: pages 50-60 ***

Contributors

Director: Sam Raimi
Helene Trend: Louise Lasser
Vic Ajax: Reed Birney
Faron Crush: Paul L Smith
Arthur Coddish: Brion James

: The Young Stranger

Drama starring
James MacArthur
Afather puts his career as a movie executive before his
16-year-old son. But then the boy is arrested.
Director John Frankenheimer (1957, U)
Black and white
♦ See Rims: pages 50-60

Contributors

Unknown: James MacArthur
Director: John Frankenheimer
HalDitmar: James MacArthur
Helen Ditmar: Kim Hunter
TomDitmar: James Daly
Sgt Shipley: James Gregory

: Weather









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