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: Business Breakfast

With Sara Coburn.
At 6.02 News; 6.12 Financial markets;
6.15,6.35 Business news; 6.27,6.57 Newsline; 6.30 Sport; 6.55 Weather.
Editor Grant Clelland

Contributors

Unknown: Sara Coburn.
Editor: Grant Clelland

: Breakfast News

With John Nicholson and Sophie Raworth. At 7.00, 8.00 Main news, with summaries every half-hour; 7.25,7.55,8.25,8.55 Weather, Newsline, Travel; 7.32,8.32 Sport; 7.40 Business.
Editor Andrew Thompson

Contributors

Unknown: John Nicholson
Unknown: Sophie Raworth.
Editor: Andrew Thompson

: Kilroy

Studio debate. AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION: to take part in the programme call free on 0990

: Style Challenge

A doctor and nurse are made over.

: City Hospital

Gaby Roslin hosts a new live weekday programme that reports on the daily dramas at Southampton general hospital..

Contributors

Unknown: Gaby Roslin

: Real Rooms

Simon Biagi returns with the interior design challenge show. Today the team I iven up a north London kitchen...............

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Biagi

: Can't Cook Won't Cook

Culinary-challenge show. presented by Ainsley Harriott.

Contributors

Presented By: Ainsley Harriott.

: Pass the Buck

The first of a new weekday elimination quiz presented by Fred Dinenage.

Contributors

Presented By: Fred Dinenage.

: Going for a Song

Antiques panel show. presented by Michael Parkinson. .....................

Contributors

Presented By: Michael Parkinson.

: The Weather Show

Topical weather stories.
Repeatedat3.15pm

: One o'Clock News

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

: Newsline

: Neighbours

Susan questions Karl about Sarah.
Repeatedat5.35pm Subtitled ........

: Quincy

Never a Child. When a teenager is killed by a fall, Quincy investigates. Repeat.

: Wipeout

Quiz show with Bob Monkhouse. Repeat

Contributors

Presenter: Bob Monkhouse

: The Weather Show

Shown at 12.50pm

: Microscopic Milton

Animation about a tiny man who lives in a clock....

: Playdays

Two of Why's friends want apetoftheirown. Repeat ............

: Enchanted Lands

Animated series about magical domains. Repeat .

: Little Monsters

Animation.

: The Animal Magic Show

Today's show is about bigcats. Subtitled .

: Casper

Cartoon. Subtitled ....

: Goosebumps

Horrordrama. Sambefriends a ghost. Subtitled ........

: Newsround

Subtitled

: Blue Peter

At the start of the show's 40th anniversary week, the team look back at 1958.
Plus Disney's new film previewed.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.45am on BBC2
* Flying the flag at 40: page 26

: Neighbours

Shownatl.40pm

: Six o'Clock News

Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart Weather Michael Fish

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Lewis

: Newsline 6.30

News and reviews from around the provi nee with Conor Bradford and Rose Neill , plus
Angie Phillips with the week's weather.

Contributors

Unknown: Conor Bradford
Unknown: Rose Neill
Unknown: Angie Phillips

: This Is Your Life

Michael Aspel springs a surprise on another guest, with a secret cast of family, friends and key contributors waiting in the wings. Producer Sue Green; Series producer Jack Crawshaw

Contributors

Presenter: Michael Aspel
Producer: Sue Green
Series producer: Jack Crawshaw

: Here and Now

The current-affairs show presented live by Juliet Morris. Robbie Williams and His Angels In the first of a special two-part report, Sankha Guha joins pop stars Robbie Williams and Ian Dury
visiting poverty-stricken camps on the island of Sri Lanka. They witness a huge one-day Unicef-organised campaign to immunise every child in the country against polio.
Also a 12-year study from
America reveals that children brought up at home by dad while mum goes to work are likely to be more confident and "go-getting" than those where the reverse is true. Here and Now asks ifthis also the case in Britain.
Series producerColin Savage
Editor Dave Stanford WRITE TO: Here and Now. Manchester Broadcasting House. Oxford Road, Manchester. M601SJ

Contributors

Unknown: Juliet Morris.
Unknown: Sankha Guha
Unknown: Robbie Williams
Unknown: Ian Dury

: EastEnders

Louise receives some welcome news. Huw's romantic dreams fail to turn out quite as planned. For cast see Tuesday Soaps with Alison Graham: p10

: Children's Hospital

Documentary series that follows the staff and patients of Birmingham children's hospital. As six-year-old Adele [text removed] from Belfast awaits her ground-breaking triple-transplant operation, news arrives that donor organs have become available. Meanwhile Dr Tina
Newton comes to the rescue of a miserable, cough-stricken Steven [text removed] , and four-year-old Yasmin [text removed] has a penny stuck in her gullet. Producer Emma Hindley : Series editor
Alison Rooper

Contributors

Unknown: Adele [text removed]
Unknown: Steven [text removed]
Unknown: Yasmin [text removed]
Producer: Emma Hindley
Editor: Alison Rooper

: Nine o'Clock News

With Peter Sissons. Newsline; Weather
Michael Fish

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Sissons.

: Health Farm

A look behind-the-scenes at the Forest Mere health farm in Surrey. Guests arrive with high expectations at the revamped resort. Celia seeks eternal youth, Karen wants hercellulite blitzed and Stevejust wants a massage. But fire alarms are sounding, beauty treatment schedules are causing queries and the basement is flooded.
Director Hannah Berryman ; Series producer KayeGodleman

Contributors

Director: Hannah Berryman

: Panorama

The Cruelty Connection
In America, the FBI now believes that serial killers start their pattern of violence with attacks on animals. Politicians are giving the link more credence after a spate of schoolyard shootings by youths with a history of abuse of pets. They thinkthe connection can help identify those who pose a risk and campaigners want it accepted in Britain too, as reporter Vivian White discovers. Producer Martin Wilson
Editor Peter Horrocks Subtitled.
NOTE: as Panorama is topical and likely to react to events in the news, its subject matter may change

Contributors

Reporter: Vivian White
Producer: Martin Wilson
Editor: Peter Horrocks

: This Way Up!

In a new five-part series Dan Donnelly and Brian Acton find out what's happening in the entertainment world and review the latest video and music releases. With comic input from Kevin McAleer and music by Watercress and guests.
Executive producer Fedelma Harkin
ProducerColin Lewis

Contributors

Unknown: Dan Donnelly
Unknown: Brian Acton
Unknown: Kevin McAleer
Producer: Fedelma Harkin
Producer: Producercolin Lewis

: Omnibus

Billy Fury - Half Way to Paradise
Forty years ago, 17-year-old Billy Fury made his stage debut at the Essoldo, Birkenhead. He became an overnight sensation, a teenage idol they called the British Elvis. This profile of the rock star includes contributions from Marty Wilde , Joe Brown and Ian Dury. See today's choices. Producer Paul Pierrot ; Series editor
Gillian Greenwood
0 See John Peel : page 9

Contributors

Unknown: Billy Fury
Unknown: Marty Wilde
Unknown: Joe Brown
Unknown: Ian Dury.
Producer: Paul Pierrot
Editor: Gillian Greenwood
Unknown: John Peel

: Divas Live

Five of the world's most popular female singers come together in a unique event filmed in New York. Celine Dion , Mariah Carey ,
Aretha Franklin , Gloria Estefan and Shania Twain perform some of their own hits and team up on such classics as River Deep,
Mountain High and You've Got
Friend.

Contributors

Unknown: Celine Dion
Unknown: Mariah Carey
Unknown: Aretha Franklin
Unknown: Gloria Estefan
Unknown: Shania Twain

: Weird Science

Killer Party. When the boys have a party, Lisa turns their disapproving parents into
15-year-olds. Subtitled ...
Followed by Weather

: BBC News 24









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