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: Business Breakfast

Analysis of the principal trading stories.
Timetable on Monday

: Breakfast News

With Justin Webb and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday

Contributors

Unknown: Justin Webb
Unknown: Sophie Raworth.

: Can't Cook Won't Cook

Cookery challenge, with Kevin Woodford.

Contributors

Unknown: Kevin Woodford.

: Style Challenge

More makeovers. Stereo ....

: Change That

Interior design roadshow, Stereo.

: Kilroy

Studio debate with Robert Kilroy-Silk .

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Kilroy-Silk

: Two Minutes' Silence

A film sequence with archive material, for Armistice Day. Stereo.................

: News

Subtitled
Regional News and Weather

: The Really Useful Show

Consumer advice, with Tony Morris and Ruth Langsford.

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Morris
Unknown: Ruth Langsford.

: Real Rooms

Simon Biagi and the team transform a sitting/dining room.

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Biagi

: News

Subtitled
Regional News and Weather

: Call My Bluff

Word panel game.

: Give Us a Clue

Celebrity charades game show with captains Julie Peasgood and Christopher Blake.

Contributors

Unknown: Julie Peasgood
Unknown: Christopher Blake.

: One o'Clock News

Weather Subtitled ..........................
1.30 Regional News; Weather

: The Weather Show

Topical weather stories.

: Neighbours

Lou's launch party grinds to a halt. Libby is confused about her feelings for Rohan. Repeated at 5.35pm Stereo Subtitled.

: Quincy

A Dead Man's Truth. Quincyisneeded when a rookie cop lies about a shooting.
First shown on ITV

: Terry and June

Another classic episode of the sitcom with June Whitfield. Repeat Subtitled

: Playdays

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

: Arthur

Animated stories of a young aardvark

: Fudge

UScomedyaboutaboywho complicates his elder brother's life.
Repeat Stereo

: It'll Never Work

Return of the six-part series which looks at unusual science stories and inventions.
Today, Japanese hairdressing, underwater photography with the help of a sea lion, and Japan's useless invention society. With Sally Gray , Angela Lamont and Jez Nelson.

Contributors

Unknown: Sally Gray
Unknown: Angela Lamont
Unknown: Jez Nelson.

: Newsround

Stereo Subtitled.

: Byker Grove

Karen gets the radio phonein bug, and Nat gets revenge on Ollie.
This week's episodes written by Brian B Thompson
Part 16 Thursday 5.10pm Stereo

Contributors

Alfie: Andrew Smith
Leanne: Vikki Spensley
Karen: Kimberly Dunbar
Ollie: Louis Watson
Flora: Kerryann Christiansen
Rob: Gavin Makel
Terry: Chris Woodger
Brigid: Joanne McIntosh
Nat: Alexa Gibb
Writer: Brian B Thompson

: Neighbours

Shown at 1.45pm Stereo

: Six o'Clock News

With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart.
Weather David Braine

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Lewis
Unknown: Moira Stuart.
Unknown: David Braine

: Regional news magazine

Fordetails see Monday

: Holiday

This week Jill Dando tests classic British family holiday at Studland Bay in Dorset, while
Julie Etchingham takes a fly-drive through the Florida Keys islands in the southern United States.
Jayne Evans goes off the beaten Spanish track at Calellade
Palafrugell on the Costa Brava, and Monty Don produces his own French gastronomic delights on a cooking holiday in Provence. John Holdsworth's bargain break this week is a visit to Italy's Lake Garda for less than L100.
Series producer Andrew Fettis and Paul Wooding ; Editor Jane Lush

Contributors

Unknown: Jill Dando
Unknown: Julie Etchingham
Unknown: Jayne Evans
Unknown: Monty Don
Unknown: Lake Garda
Producer: Andrew Fettis
Producer: Paul Wooding

: EastEnders

Ros arranges a very important meeting. Phil and Grant take matters into their own hands.
For cast see Friday Stereo Subtitled.

: Mysteries with Carol Vorderman

Examining real-life mysteries.
Tonight how Nasa lost control of its computer network, requiring two weeks work and millions of dollars to repair when a lone hacker nearly brought the organisation to a standstill. Plus couples who claim fate brought them together, and the story of an out-of-control tractorwhich mysteriously changed direction, avoiding hundreds of people at a packed holiday resort.
Di rector VivAlbertine; Series producer
ClarePizey Stereo

: A Question of Sport

John Parrott is joined by Aston Villa's Gareth Southgate and England cricketer Alec Stewart , while Ally McCoist teams up with athlete Jonathan Edwards and England rugby international
Lawrence Dallaglio. Sue Barker asks the questions.
Executive producer Mike Adley

Contributors

Unknown: John Parrott
Unknown: Gareth Southgate
Unknown: Alec Stewart
Unknown: Jonathan Edwards
Unknown: Lawrence Dallaglio.
Producer: Mike Adley

: Nine o'Clock News

With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Regional News
Weather David Braine

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Buerk.
Unknown: David Braine

: Rory McGrath's Commercial Breakdown

Another collection of adverts from around the world. This week a nostalgic look back to the seventies, how advertisers target the different sexes, and how women achieve satisfaction from light repetitive work.

Contributors

Presenter: Rory McGrath
Director: Steve Smith
Producer: Sue Fox

: Crimewatch UK

Nick Ross and Jill Dando presentthe monthly programme in which the public help the fight against crime. This month help is needed to find the man responsible for a number of assaults on boys in Surrey, dating back to February 1993, plus ajewellery store raid in Kingston upon Thames. If you have any information on the crimes featured, ringfreeon [number removed], ore-mail: crimewatchuk@bbc.co.uk
Crimewatch UK Update can be seen at 11.50pm.
Director Pieter Morpurgo ; Editor
SeethaKumar Stereo
INFORMATION: see Ceefaxp

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Ross
Unknown: Jill Dando
Director: Pieter Morpurgo

: Auntie - the Inside Story of the BBC

Making Waves 1960-70 The penultimate part of the documentary series marking 75 years of the BBC, scrutinising its programmes, personalities and internal politics. Tonight the developments made under director-general
Sir Hugh Carlton Greene in the sixties when the BBC pushed back the boundaries of political satire with programmes such as That Was The Week That Was (TW3), and of contemporary drama with the likes of Cathy Come Home, Up the Junction andZCars. Plus the launch of BBC2.
Producer Charles Bruce ; Series producer
JeremyBennett Stereo

Contributors

Director-General: Sir Hugh Carlton Greene
Producer: Charles Bruce

: Crimewatch UK Update

Latest information.

: The Four Seasons

' Comedy drama, written, directed by and starring
Alan Aida
While on seasonal vacations with each other, three married couples examine their relationships and friendships, and discover the different ways they deal with life's problems.
♦ See Films: pages 64-72

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Aida
Jack Burroughs: Alan Alda
Kate Burroughs: Carol Burnett
Nick Callan: Len Cariou
Anne Callan: Sandy Dennis
Claudia Zimmer: Rita Moreno
Danny Zimmer: Jack Weston
Ginny Newley: Bess Armstrong
Beth: Elizabeth Alda
Lisa: Beatrice Alda
Room clerk: Robert Hitt
: (1981,15) 790305

: Weather

: News 24

BBC1 joins the new continuous-news cable station with bulletins on the hour and at:
3.30 Hardtalk
Tim Sebastian talks to the newsmakers

Contributors

Talks: Hardtalk Tim Sebastian








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