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Nicholas Witchell and Jill Dando with the most comprehensive television news programme available in the morning.
Starting with news summary and
6.34-6.55 Breakfast Business
0 CEEFAX BREAKFAST SERVICE: call up page 400 on teletext.

Contributors

Unknown:
Nicholas Witchell
Unknown:
Jill Dando

Enjoy a good argument? Join Robert Kilroy-Silk and his audience for debate, dispute and discussion on the issues of the day.
Studio Audience: to participate ring [number removed].

Contributors

Presenter:
Robert Kilroy-Silk

The Playbus stops today at The Patch Stop in Sheffield, where Sam Patch meets a sow and her piglets.
A Felgate production for BBC TV (R)

Contributors

Presenter (Children's BBC):
Simon Parkin
Storyteller (Playdays):
Derek Griffiths
Producer (Playdays):
Anne Gobey
Patch's friend:
Vanessa Amber-Leigh

Today's programme includes a discussion about See for
Yourself. The controllers of BBC1 and BBC2 -
Jonathan Powell and Alan Yentob - are here to answer your comments and questions, so ring [number removed]to take part. With Eamonn Holmes and Jayne Irving.
Producer PAULA TRAFFORD
('Seefor Yourself tonight at 10.00pm)

Contributors

Unknown:
Jonathan Powell
Unknown:
Alan Yentob
Unknown:
Eamonn Holmes
Unknown:
Jayne Irving.
Producer:
Paula Trafford

The lunchtime magazine live from Pebble Mill. Including another tearful reunion as the team take to the road with another We'll Meet Again outside broadcast.
With Alan Titchmarsh and Judi Spiers.

Contributors

Presenter (Daytime Live):
Alan Titchmarsh
Presenter (Daytime Live):
Judi Spiers
Editor (Daytime Live):
Simon Shaw
Series Producer (Daytime Live):
Pam Creed

It may be a pleasant summer's evening, but for one well-to-do couple life is barren - strained by a terrible shared secret. The woman thinks back to how, spurned, pregnant and penniless, she allowed herself to take advantage of a terrible tragedy....
Films: page 17

Contributors

Screenplay:
Sally Benson
Screenplay:
Catherine Turney
Based on the novel "I Married a Dead Man" by:
William Irish
Director:
Mitchell Leisen
Helen Ferguson:
Barbara Stanwyck
Bill Harkness:
John Lund
Mrs Harkness:
Jane Cowl
Patrice:
Phyllis Thaxter
Stephen Morley:
Lyle Bettger
Mr Harkness:
Henry O'Neill
Hugh Harkness:
Richard Denning

Introduced by Andi Peters and starting with

Dooby Duck's Disco Bus
Starring Dooby Duck. This week Dooby's mobile disco comes from the funfair, and Melvyn Mouse visits the amusement arcade.
Created by ROGER STEVENSON and HARRY STUART
Production PETER LESLIE (R)

Arnold's Night Out written by Jocelyn Stevenson. Arnold the elephant is loveable - but clumsy. It's no wonder Lewis doesn't want him on the treasure hunt!
Voices by Michael Williams
Barbara Leigh-Hunt , John Wells. Music and lyrics by MIKE REDWAY Director of animation
DEREK MOGFORD
Song vocals KEN BARRIE
Created, designed and produced by IVOR WOOD (R)

Contributors

Written By:
Jocelyn Stevenson.
Voices By:
Michael Williams
Voices By:
Barbara Leigh-Hunt
Voices By:
John Wells.
Unknown:
Mike Redway
Unknown:
Ken Barrie
Produced By:
Ivor Wood

By Allan Ahlberg. Told for Jackanory by Victoria Wood with Martin Jarvis.
8: Little Girl Sandwich Producer ANGELA BEECHING
Director CHRISTINE SECOMBE (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Allan Ahlberg.
Unknown:
Victoria Wood
Unknown:
Martin Jarvis.
Producer:
Angela Beeching
Director:
Christine Secombe

By Andrew Davies.
2: The Mouse Project
'They're all waiting for me to do an oral presentation but I haven't got anything to orally present, 'cos you've got my mouse project in that bag there.'
Sound supervisor JOHN RELPH
Lighting director HARRY BRADLEY Designer GWEN EVANS Director JOHN SMITH
Producer ANGELA BEECHING

Contributors

Unknown:
Andrew Davies.
Unknown:
John Relph
Director:
Harry Bradley
Designer:
Gwen Evans
Director:
John Smith
Producer:
Angela Beeching
Billy Webb:
Scott Riley
Alfonso Bonzo:
Alex Jennings
Trevor Trotman:
Mike Walling
Ginger Gahagan:
Damian Williams
Damon Bullwinkel:
Glenn Lee
Wayne Ratkin:
Graeme Hawley
Mrs Peasgood:
Gi Brailey
Nigel Creamer:
Raymond Butcher
Scott Barnacle:
Rory McNicholl
Pritti Shah:
Bina Masand
Annette Osoba:
Phyllis Osie
Darnell Masuda:
Dwaine Foster
Mr Hardwood:
Bryan Pringle
Mrs Webb:
Susan Porrett
Mr Webb:
Brian Hall
Linda Webb:
Fleur Taylor
June Barnacle:
Usa O'Connell

Regional Variations (2)

Top of the Pops

BBC One London

Top of the Pops

11/01/1990

Duration: 29 minutes

on BBC One London

Simon Mayo presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 11 January 1990 and featuring Deacon Blue, New Kids on the Block and The Mission.

Contributors

Presenter:
Simon Mayo
Performer:
Deacon Blue
Performer:
The Mission

by Ayshe Raif.
Michelle waits for word from Danny. Frank returns from his search for Diane to a family desperate for news.
(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Writer:
Ayshe Raif
Creator:
Tony Holland
Creator:
Julia Smith
Script Editor:
Sebastian Secker Walker
Series Designer:
Bernard Lloyd Jones
Producer:
Corinne Hollingworth
Executive Producer:
Michael Ferguson
Director:
Matthew Evans
Frank:
Mike Reid
Ricky:
Sid Owen
Pat:
Pam St Clement
Mo:
Edna Dore
Janine:
Rebecca Michael
Wicksy:
Nick Berry
Sharon:
Letitia Dean
Ian:
Adam Woodyatt
Cindy:
Michelle Collins
Det Insp Burrows:
Peter Jonfield
PC Manly:
Nathan Lewis
WPC Moran:
Adrienne Allen
Dr Legg:
Leonard Fenton
Kathy:
Gillian Taylforth
Laurie:
Gary Powell
Julie:
Louise Plowright
Marge:
Pat Coombs
Dot Cotton:
June Brown
Ashraf:
Aftab Sachak
Sufia:
Rani Singh
Sohail:
Ronny Jhutti
Shireen:
Nisha Kapur
Trevor:
Phil McDermott
Pauline:
Wendy Richard
Arthur:
Bill Treacher
Michelle:
Susan Tully
Rod:
Christopher McHallem
Hazel:
Virginia Fiol

This week Howard Stableford reports from mission control at the European Space
Agency where a bold rescue plan is attempting to save
Hipparcos - the satellite that ended up in the wrong orbit. With Howard Stableford,
Judith Harm and Peter Macann. Producers JACK WEBER , CYNTHIA PAGE and MARTIN MORTIMORE
Studio director STUART MCDONALD Editor RICHARD REISZ

Contributors

Unknown:
Judith Harm
Unknown:
Peter MacAnn.
Producers:
Jack Weber
Director:
Stuart McDonald
Editor:
Richard Reisz

by Paul A. Mendelson.
Starring Anton Rodgers and Eve Matheson

Alec meets Zoe's parents at last. They get on so well that Zoe feels left out - the age gap is beginning to show.
A Cinema Verity production for BBCtv
(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Writer:
Paul A. Mendelson
Executive Producer:
Verity Lambert
Director:
Sydney Lotterby
Alec Callender:
Anton Rodgers
Zoe Angell:
Eve Matheson
Miss Flood:
Frances White
Debbie:
Chrissie Cotterill
Hilary:
Rebecca Lacey
Jamie:
Paul Venables
Zoe's mother:
Kate Williams
Zoe's father:
Ronnie Stevens
Hilary's mother:
Pamela Buckle

Regional Variations (2)

One Foot in the Grave

Series 1

Episode 2: The Big Sleep

Duration: 28 minutes

on BBC One West

Available for 10 months

Sitcom. Margaret tries to help her husband cope with early retirement by getting him a book from the library entitled Coping with Old Age.

Contributors

Victor Meldrew:
Richard Wilson
Margaret Meldrew:
Annette Crosbie
First Jehovah's Witness:
Christopher Saul
Second Jehovah's Witness:
David Peart

Speak for Yourself
Sue Lawley gives licence payers the chance to challenge the Chairman,
Marmaduke Hussey , and the Director-General, Michael Checkland , about the way they run the BBC.
Director STEPHEN STEWART
Production BRYHERSCUDAMORE

Contributors

Unknown:
Marmaduke Hussey
Director-General:
Michael Checkland
Director:
Stephen Stewart

Starring and Chop Shop
It's a race against time for the 14th Precinct when Isbecki is kidnapped by a car-theft ring. Meanwhile, Isbecki's partner, Petrie, is distracted by an inquiry into his shooting of a black youth in Harlem.
Written by KEVIN SULLIVAN Directed by BILL DUKE (R)

Contributors

Written By:
Kevin Sullivan
Directed By:
Bill Duke
Chris Cagney:
Sharon Gless
Mary Beth Lacey:
Tyne Daly
Lt Samuels:
Al Waxman
Det Petrie:
Carl Lumbly
Det La Guardia:
Sidney Clute
Det Isbecki:
Martin Kove

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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