in Hunger Pains
An RKO film
with John Stapleton and Sally Magnusson
National and international news and analysis on the hour and half hour read by Jill Dando
Reports from BILL NEELY ANITA FINDLEY
RORY CELLAN JONES
BILL TURNBULL and CAROLINE RIGHTON
With the latest sports news from Bob Wilson
Weather forecasts from
Francis Wilson at 7.25, 7.55 and 8.25
Regional news and travel updates at 7.27, 7.57 and 8.27
Weather followed by Open Air
Eamonn Holmes is in the studio to take your calls on all things televisual. Ring on [number removed].
with Robert Kilroy-Silk
Weather followed by Going for Gold
Andy Crane - starting with Playbus stops today at The Patch Stop at Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset
Patch's friend .....AMBER LEIGH Storyteller Derek Griffiths Story: King Greenfingers - King of the Road by KATHLEEN DEAN , illustrated by KRISTINA STEPHENSON Producer ANNE GOBEY
10.50 am The Bunyip
Where the ground is moist and firm,
There you will find the wriggly worm ...
Animation MARK TROUNCE Produced by ANNE JOLLIFFE
with Zia Mohyeddin
Weather followed by Open Air
Eamonn Holmes Pattie Coldwell and Mike Shaft give you the chance to air your opinions about last night s television.
Weather followed by Daytime Live with Alan Titchmarsh and Judi Spiers
Today cinema-goers in Derby review the latest film releases.
And there's music from top soul singer Ruby Turner.
with Philip Hayton
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
Daphne is having doubts about Harold's management of the coffee shop. Jane finds a good use for Charlene's pavlova.
Written by LOIS BOOTON
(For cast see page 61. Repeated at
Hosted by Henry Kelly
The heat finalists battle it out for a semi-final position and the chance to win the trip of a lifetime to Australia.
Robert Mitchum George Kennedy
Flagg is the ageing marshal of Progress, a peaceful, thriving community. wnen he hears his old enemy, train robber Big John McKay, is in the area, he proceeds to gather a posse.
But Mayor Wilder retires him and forbids the action.
Undeterred, the rugged, stubborn Flagg sets out after McKay on his own ..
Written and produced by RONALD M. COHEN and DENNIS SHRYACK
Directed by BURT KENNEDY
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If CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Ain't We Got Fun
Andy Crane - starting with Charlie Chalk written by JOCELYN STEVENSON Edward Keeps Fit
It is inspection day on Merrytwit and Captain
Mildred decides it is time
Edward took some exercise. Voices Michael Williams John Wells
Music and lyrics by MIKE REDWAY Director of animation DEREK MOGFORD
Film editor MARTIN BOHAN Song vocals KEN BARRIE
Created, designed and produced by IVOR WOOD
A new series of adventures The
Waif Lassie finds a new home for a family of rabbits.
A ten-part series by JIM AND DUNCAN ELDRIDGE 7: Under Observation
Bryan is all bandaged up after the explosion at the school. But is he really injured, ask Wiggis, Juggs, Wally, Slug, Bonnie, Clyde and Herbert - or is he faking?
Incidental music JONATHAN COHEN Designer GINA PARR
Producer JEREMY SWAN
with John Craven Roger Finn and Helen Rollason
The news bulletin that keeps Britain's children informed on world events - and on what's happening in their world.
Editor JOHN CRAVEN
with Mark Curry, Caron Keating and Yvette Fielding
Making Headlines: For years there were no children's newspapers - now there are two on the newsstands. Mark looks at Scoop and Early Times and finds out what you - the readers - make of them.
with Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
Regional Variations (2)
Bruno Brookes and Mike Read present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 1 December 1988 and featuring Rick Astley, Pet Shop Boys, George Michael, Phil Collins and Bros. Show more
by Rob Gittins.
"This is a very wicked place, Detective Inspector."
Maggie Philbin Peter Macann and Howard Stableford with a round-up of the latest developments in science, technology and medicine. Today on World AIDS Day, an update on the latest developments in the global effort to combat the disease. Producers
MARTIN MORTIMORE CYNTHIA PAGE EDWARD BRIFFA
Sudio director PHILIP DOLLING Editor RICHARD REISZ
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Regional Variations (2)
Yes, Prime Minister
Sitcom. Sir Humphrey must stop Jim supporting a plan to move armed service jobs from the south to the north east to ease unemployment. Show more
with Martyn Lewis
Regional News; Weather
Emma Thompson with Kenneth Branagh
Peter Jeffrey , Phyllida Law Linda Lee Lewis
Stephen Moore , Rob Spendlove Imelda Staunton Jonathan Stratt Richard Wilson
Including: Size, Square
Animals, Love, Witchfinder, Why Waste Your Tears, Swimmers, Celebrity, Scaffolding.
Written by EMMA THOMPSON Musical director
Choreography GILLIAN GREGORY Producer HUMPHREY BARCLAY Director JOHN STROUD
A HUMPHREY BARCLAY production for BBC North West
II CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Sir Robin Day and his guests go to the north east to face the questions and arguments of a Newcastle audience.
Among the guests around the Question Time table at the Ne .vcastle Playhouse are: Eric Forth , MP
Lady Antonia Fraser Jack Straw , MP
Director ANN MORLEY
Producer ANNA CARRAGHER Editor BARBARA MAXWELL
The Italian Style
Does deregulation TV -
Italian-style - really mean stripping housewives? You can talk directly to Italian viewers, including a housewife, in the satellite link to a Rome studio. Also on hand will be Arrigo Levi , a journalist who presents two current affairs programmes for Italy's main commercial channel, Canale Cinque.
Does deregulation mean pulp TV or does it give viewers more real choice?
Mavis Nicholson takes your calls, so if you want to find out what deregulation could do for you, ring
Open Air on [number removed]. And you can vote today on whether you will buy a satellite dish.
'Yes' vote 0[number removed]'No' vote 0[number removed](A typical vote costs 5p)
Terry Madeley was the first person with AIDS to talk openly about his disease on television. Viewers who saw him during AIDS Week last year were moved by his positive attitude, his honesty, and irrepressible humour in the face of death. Pattie Coldwell became a personal friend of Terry's, and made this film about his life. He died on 27 October last year, while filming was still in progress. To mark World AIDS Day, this film tells the story of Terry's fight for the right to die with dignity; the story of a man who can teach us as much about living as dying.
Written and produced by PATTIE COLDWELL
Executive producer COLIN CAMERON BBC North West
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