With Nicholas Witchell and Laurie Mayer.
Starting with news summary and
6.34-6.55 Breakfast Business
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Weather followed by Children's BBC
Introduced by Lisa Jones and Andi Peters. Starting with Jimbo and the Jet Set
The Little Red Devil (R)
Last of a six-part series. Starring
Tim's dream of owning his own piano is realised - or is it? (For cast see page 61)
Weather followed by Record Breakers Dominoes Special
Presented by Roy Castle and Norris McWhirter , with highlights of a spectacular event. One and a half million dominoes were set up in patterns representing the 12 member countries of the EEC. The aim: a new world domino-toppling record. Television presentation TROS TV, Holland
Executive producer Record Breakers ERIC ROWAN (R)
The Patch Stop
At Longdown, Hampshire, where Sam Patch meets a herd of Friesian cows.
Storyteller: Brian Cant (R)
With lain Cuthbertson.
Weather followed by Head of the Class
Arvid is hurt when Charlie becomes too interested in the Radio Club's programming. (For cast see page 111)
The ladies' heat of the international canoeing competition from Llangollen, North Wales, confronts Myriam Jerusalmi, world and French champion, with opposition from Great Britain and Germany. The two fastest ladies book places in tomorrow's final when they start from scratch against the men.
A White Rabbit production for BBCtv
Victoria feels ignored by John and goes to her father's ranch for peace of mind but finds herself embroiled in more family problems.
(For cast see page 111) (R)
With Philip Hayton.
Weather John Kettley
Scott is ensnared by a designing woman. Will he be able to resist her advances? (Cast page 78. Repeated at 5.35pm) 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
John Curry , the 1976 World and Olympic champion, is back at the International Ice Bowl in Dundonald,
Belfast, where his six pupils are attempting Mohawk and Choptaw turns and spreadeagles, and progressing with their choreography routines.
Third of four parts.
Peter embarks on the Great Embassy - a grand tour of Europe where he absorbs the ideas that will change his country. But as unrest grows against the absentee Tsar, he is forced to reveal the tyrannical side of his power.... (For cast see page 101. Part 4 tomorrow at 2. 15pm) (R) CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Introduced by Andy Crane and starting with:
Dooby Duck's Disco
Live from on board the QE2, Dooby Duck's mobile disco brings you music and dance from the glamorous trio Micerama and the Kwackerjacks. (R)
Shipwrecked Charlie by Jocelyn Stevenson.
Created, designed and produced by IVOR WOOD (R)
By Allan Ahlberg. Told for Jackanory by Victoria Wood with Martin Jarvis.
3: The Clockwork Mouse (R)
It's a cold day so Yogi and Boo Boo plot to get inside ...
A six-part series by Andrew Davies.
Billy Webb didn't boast, but privately he thought he was the best swapper in the world. Until he met Alfonso Bonzo, the Italian exchange student.
CHILDREN: page 23
With Caron Keating Yvette Fielding and John Leslie.
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(Shown at 1.30pm)
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey.
Weather Ian McCaskill
Newsroom South East Spotlight, Points West Look East, Look North
South Today, North West Tonight, Midlands Today
Regional Variations (2)
Gary Davies presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 4 January 1990 and featuring The Quireboys, Sonia and Latino Rave.
by Tony McHale.
'Diane, don't worry. Trust me. You'll have the best birthday night ever. I promise you'. (Ceefax Subtitles)
This week Howard Stableford reports from the Gulf of Mexico on the astonishing natural disaster that is destroying the Mississippi Delta and Bob Symes offers his regular roundup of new inventions.
With Peter Macann , Howard Stableford and Judith Hann. Producer JACK WEBER
Studio director STUART MCDONALD Editor RICHARD REISZ
By Paul A. Mendelson. Starring and What Kind of Fool Am I?
Produced and directed by SYDNEY LOTTERBY
A Cinema Verity production for BBCtv
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With Martyn Lewis.
Regional News; Weather
Regional Variations (2)
Sitcom about a grumpy senior citizen whose attitude lands him in comical predicaments. Replaced at work by a box, Victor embarks on his enforced retirement. Show more
By Mary Webb. Screenplay by Maggie Wadey.
Starring Janet McTeer as Prue
The powerful tale of a young disfigured woman's fight for dignity and love in 19th-century Shropshire.