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: Business Breakfast

With Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday

Contributors

Unknown: Sara Coburn.

: Breakfast News

With Jon Sopel and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday

Contributors

Unknown: Jon Sopel
Unknown: Sophie Raworth.

: A Date with Fate

Astrological predictions.............

: Kilroy

Topical debate with Robert Kilroy-Silk .

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Kilroy-Silk

: The General

Anothervisitto Southampton general hospital, with Chris Serle , Yvette Fielding and Heather Mills

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Serle
Unknown: Yvette Fielding

: Can't Cook Won't Cook

Cookery challenge with Richard Cawley.

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Cawley.

: News

Regional News and Weather

: The Really Useful Show

Today's edition comes from Gardeners' World Live in BirminghamSteve Berry road-tests children's bikes, chef Michael Barry shows how to make the most of home-grown herbs and Toyah Willcox shows off hergarden. With Ruth Langsford and Tony Morris. WRITE TO: The Really Useful Show, PO Box 5620.
Birmingham B5 7RE, or phone free on [number removed] for information see Ceefax: page WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/useful

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Berry
Unknown: Michael Barry
Unknown: Toyah Willcox
Unknown: Ruth Langsford
Unknown: Tony Morris.

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Call My Bluff

Panel word game, hosted by Bob Holness , with team captains Alan Coren and Sandi Toksvig. Repeat

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Holness
Unknown: Alan Coren
Unknown: Sandi Toksvig.

: Wipeout

Elimination quiz..........................

: One o'Clock News

Weather Subtitled ...........................

: The Weather Show

Topical weather stories

: Neighbours

Ruth thinks it is time to tell the truth about
Geoff. Karl is not happy about the gift
Darren has bought Libby. Ben makes a surprising recovery.
Repeated at 5.35pm on BBC2

Contributors

Unknown: Geoff. Karl
Unknown: Libby. Ben

: Through the Keyhole

Celebrity homes quiz. Subtitled .

: Tennis

Furthercoverage of the men's grass court championship at Queen's Club in London. The world class field includes Wimbledon champion Pete Sampras , US Open champion Pat Rafter , defending Queen's champion Mark Philipoussis , Britain's Greg Rusedski and Tim Henman and Croatia's Goran Ivanisevic. Introduced by Sue Barker , commentary John Barrett , Mark Cox ,
David Mercer and Chris Bailey. ..

Contributors

Unknown: Pete Sampras
Unknown: Pat Rafter
Unknown: Mark Philipoussis
Unknown: Greg Rusedski
Unknown: Tim Henman
Unknown: Goran Ivanisevic.
Introduced By: Sue Barker
Unknown: John Barrett
Unknown: Mark Cox
Unknown: David Mercer
Unknown: Chris Bailey.

: World Cup 98 Live: Brazil v Scotland

Live coverage from the Stade de France, Paris (kickoff 4.30pm), as the World Cup gets underway with Scotland facing a daunting task against the reigning world champions in Group A. Introduced by Desmond Lynam, with Alan Hansen, David Ginola and Jimmy Hill.
Commentary by Barry Davies, with Trevor Brooking.
Match of the Day is at 11.10pm. See today's choices.
See France 98: page 24; and The man who scores goals out of nothing: page 30

[Photo caption] Let battle commence: Brazil's Ronaldo and Scotland's Hendry pit more than wits in World Cup 98 Live

World Cup 98 Live 3.30pm BBC1
Scotland face Brazil at Paris's Stade de France in the first of 64 matches to decide if the South Americans retain the trophy they won four years ago in the USA. Scotland's last match in the World Cup finals was against Brazil in 1990 when they lost 1-0 in Italy. They failed to qualify for USA 94 but, since then, manager Craig Brown has fashioned an effective unit with an enviable defensive record. That will be tested by a Brazil team that boasts potential goal-scorers throughout the side from 21-year-old striker, Ronaldo, to left back Roberto Carlos.
The programme begins an hour before kick-off, with coverage of the spectacular opening ceremony and previews of the action ahead.
See page 24 and feature, page 30

Contributors

Presenter: Desmond Lynam
Analysis: Alan Hansen
Analysis: David Ginola
Analysis: Jimmy Hill
Commentary: Barry Davies
Commentary: Trevor Brooking
Producer: Paul McNamara
Editor: Niall Sloane

: News

Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Weather David Braine

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Harvey.
Unknown: David Braine

: Regional news magazine

For details see Monday Subtitled..

: Tomorrow's World

This week a report on a new technique in the battle against breast cancer. Scientists in Italy have discovered a way of "tagging" even the smallest tumours so that they can be safely removed at a very early stage ofthe disease.
Plus a visit to a nursery to test out the latest gadgets for the 21st-century baby. Presented by Peter Snow and Philippa Forrester, with Jez Nelson , Craig Doyle and Anya Sitaram. Producer Samantha Starbuck
EditorSaul Nasse
FURTHER DETAILS: Ceefax page 623, the TW Information Line on [number removed], or WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/tw
BBC TOMORROW'S WORLD MAGAZINE: from newsagents.

Contributors

Presented By: Peter Snow
Unknown: Jez Nelson
Unknown: Craig Doyle
Unknown: Anya Sitaram.
Producer: Samantha Starbuck

: Children's Hospital

Two-year-old Ryan [text removed] is rushed into intensive care on the brink of cardiac arrest.
Meanwhile, Alex [text removed] has had an accident with a cupboard full of crockery - but he seems more concerned about his granny's china than about his own injuries. Producer Nick Murphy

Contributors

Unknown: Ryan [text removed]
Unknown: Alex Salt
Producer: Nick Murphy

: National Lottery Draw

Tonight's guests are American soul singer Lionel Ritchie and Des'ree, who performs her latesttrack, and Carol Smillie presents the midweek draw. Producer Simon London : Executive producerPeter Estall Subtitled .

Contributors

Singer: Lionel Ritchie
Singer: Carol Smillie
Producer: Simon London
Producer: Peter Estall

: Points of View

Carol Vorderman presents more viewers' comments on BBC television programmes.
Write to Points of View, BBC TV, London W12 7TS, or phone/fax on (0181) [number removed]. The e-mail address is: pov@bbc.co.uk Producer Annie Lewis Marffy

Contributors

Unknown: Carol Vorderman
Producer: Annie Lewis Marffy

: Nine o'Clock News

With Peter Sissons.
Regional News; Weather
David Braine
Then National Lottery Update

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Sissons.
Unknown: David Braine

: Out of Hours

Fourth in a six-part drama about doctors who stand in for GPs.
Starring John McArdle
Lindsey Coulson , Dominic West The doctors find themselves at loggerheads with a boy's parents, who believe prayer is a more effective healerthan conventional medicine.
Episode written by Rob Heyland ; Producers Simon Passmore , Eileen Quinn ; Director
Robin Sheppard * See Dr Mark Porter : page 49

Contributors

Unknown: John McArdle
Unknown: Lindsey Coulson
Written By: Rob Heyland
Producers: Simon Passmore
Producers: Eileen Quinn
Director: Robin Sheppard
Unknown: Dr Mark Porter
Dr Daniel Laing: John McArdle
Dr Cathy Harding: Lindsey Coulson
Dr Paul Featherstone: Dominic West
Carol-Anne Kumar: Linda Bassett
Martin Styles: Toby Jones
Janine Noonan: Sally Rogers
Debra Kumar: Nisha Knayar
Roz Vasey: Gabrielle Reidy
Alan Dace: Matthew Scurfield
Louise Tiffany: Inday Ba
French Frank: Glenn Cunningham
Mr Boyd: Danny Webb
Mrs Boyd: Elizabeth Rider
Kevin Boyd: Henry McGaughey
Mrs Russell: Alexandra Gilbreath
Mr Russell: Nicholas Gleaves
Neil: Jim Millea

: The Human Body

A series in which
Professor Robert
Winston examines how the body has evolved.
RagingTeens. Puberty is a time of phenomenal change within the human body, as a host of hormones charge through the bloodstream, forcing drastic new developments. Today's programme follows 12-year-old Beatrice over 18 months as she experiences the dramas of puberty. See today's choices. Producer Peter Georgi ; Series producer
Richard Dale
♦ Why must I be a teenager? This Week: page 8

Contributors

Producer: Peter Georgi
Producer: Richard Dale

: World Cup 98 Match of the Day

Highlights of the Group Agame between Morocco and Norway, from the Stade de la Mosson, Montpellier. Norway are
Scotland's next opponents and have not lost a game en route to France. Commentary TonyGubba. Introduced by Gary Lineker.
Producer Lak Singh : Editor Andrew Clement

Contributors

Introduced By: Gary Lineker.
Producer: Lak Singh
Editor: Andrew Clement

: Lethal Lolita

Drama, based on the Amy Fisher case that shocked America, starring
Ed Marinaro , Noelle Parker
From herjail cell, a confused and abandoned teenage girl recollects the fateful affairshe entered into with a married man more than twice her age.
Director Bradford May (1992)
♦ See Films: pages 59-68 ***
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Amy Fisher
Unknown: Ed Marinaro
Unknown: Noelle Parker
Director: Bradford May
Joey Buttafuoco: Ed Marinaro
Amy Fisher: Noelle Parker
Paul Makely: Boyd Kestner
Elliot Fisher: Lawrence Dane
Roseann Fisher: Kate Lynch
MaryJo Buttafuoco: Kathleen Laskey
Aunt Violet: Marianna Pascal

: BBC News 24

BBCl joins the news station.








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