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6.34-6.55 Business Breakfast News summary, followed by business news from
Paul Burden , Fiona Foster and the Business Breakfast team.
6.55 Weather, local news and travel.
7.00 Nicholas Witchell and Laurie Mayer with the most comprehensive television news available in the morning. Regular business news, sports reports, weather, local and traffic news.
Newspaper reviews by Paul Callan.
Headlines every quarter hour. News summaries: 7.30 and 8.30.
Business news:
7.12, 7.40, 8.12 and 8.40.
Sport: 7.23, 7.52, 8.23 and 8.52. Weather, regional and traffic news: 6.55, 7.25, 7.55 and 8.25.
0 CEEFAX BREAKFAST SERVICE: call up page 400 on teletext.

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Burden
Unknown:
Fiona Foster
Presenter:
Nicholas Witchell
Presenter:
Laurie Mayer
Unknown:
Paul Callan.

Introduced by Simon Parkin and starting with
The Playbus stops today at The Patch Stop
Sam Patch meets a golden retriever called Moray.
Producer ANNE GOBEY (R)

Contributors

Introduced By:
Simon Parkin
Unknown:
Sam Patch
Producer:
Anne Gobey
on BBC One London

Weather followed by Daytime Live Andy Craig takes another view from behind the steering wheel in 'Drive for Life'.
With Alan Titchmarsh and Judi Spiers.

Contributors

Unknown:
Andy Craig
Unknown:
Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown:
Judi Spiers.

The second of two matinees featuring Gordon Jackson , who died in January.
Today, his screen debut. Starring Clifford Evans and Tommy Trinder.
1940: determined to retrieve some special machinery before the Germans advance across France, aircraft factory foreman Fred Carrick braves fifth columnists, dive-bombers, refugees, lack of food, fires and death.
Produced by MICHAEL BALCON Directed by CHARLES FREND
0 FILMS: pages 13-14

Contributors

Unknown:
Gordon Jackson
Unknown:
Clifford Evans
Unknown:
Tommy Trinder.
Unknown:
Fred Carrick
Produced By:
Michael Balcon
Directed By:
Charles Frend
Fred Carrick:
Clifford Evans
Tommy:
Tommy Trinder
American girl:
Constance Cummings
Jock:
Gordon Jackson
Mayor:
Robert Morley
Prefect:
Paul Bonifas
Stationmaster:
Ernest Milton

Introduced by Andi Peters and starting with:

Charlie Chalk
There Are No Roads on Merrytwit by Jocelyn Stevenson.
Lewis T. Duck decides it's time Merrytwit had a road, so he builds one and then realises why there were no roads in the first place.
Voices by Michael Williams John Wells and Barbara Leigh-Hunt .
Created, designed and produced by IVOR WOOD (R)

Contributors

Introduced By:
Andi Peters
Unknown:
Jocelyn Stevenson
Voices By:
Michael Williams
Voices By:
John Wells
Voices By:
Barbara Leigh-Hunt
Produced By:
Ivor Wood

Night of the Nerks With the voices of Tim Brooke-Taylor
Bill Oddie , Graeme Garden and Jill Shilling.
Written by BERNIE KAY Music by DAVE COOKE
Produced and directed by TERRY WARD (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Tim Brooke-Taylor
Unknown:
Bill Oddie
Unknown:
Graeme Garden
Unknown:
Jill Shilling.
Written By:
Bernie Kay
Music By:
Dave Cooke
Directed By:
Terry Ward

By Andy Walker
Alan Heap and Mick Wall. Starring Heap and Wall (the Management).
This week's visitor is Anna Madeley.
Anna is amazed at the calamity and Eustace is excited by new toys.
Meanwhile Morty Mouse revels at being really frightening.
Ouch! Heap gets gonged. Executive producer
CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON Director CLAIRE WINYARD

Contributors

Unknown:
Andy Walker
Unknown:
Alan Heap
Unknown:
Mick Wall.
Unknown:
Anna Madeley.
Unknown:
Christopher Pilkington
Director:
Claire Winyard

Regional Variations (2)

Top of the Pops

BBC One London

Top of the Pops

01/03/1990

Duration: 29 minutes

on BBC One London

Jakki Brambles presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 1 March 1990 and featuring Shakin Stevens, Electribe 101 and Michael Bolton.

by Juliet Ace.
Frank scours 'Cardboard City' searching for Diane, while Trevor and Paul plan for the future. While Cindy prepares a surprise for Ian's 21st, Pete falls out with him...
This week's cast:
Show Times: page 10
(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Writer:
Juliet Ace
Devised by:
Tony Holland
Devised by:
Julia Smith
Series Designer:
Bernard Lloyd-Jones
Script Editor:
Sebastian Secker Walker
Executive Producer:
Michael Ferguson
Producer:
Richard Bramall
Director:
Mervyn Cumming
Kathy:
Gillian Taylforth
Shirley:
Sarah Swingler
Pat:
Pam St Clement
Frank:
Mike Reid
Girl vagrant:
Bonnie Sullivan
Ian:
Adam Woodyatt
Cindy:
Michelle Collins
Michelle:
Susan Tully
Mandy:
Charon Bourke
Pauline:
Wendy Richard
Arthur:
Bill Treacher
Pete:
Peter Dean
Barbara:
Alannah O'Sullivan
Dot Cotton:
June Brown
Mo:
Edna Dore
Trevor:
Phil McDermott
Paul:
Mark Thrippleton
Rod:
Christopher McHallem
Vince:
Hepburn Graham
Hazel:
Virginia Fiol
Spyder:
Russell Gold
Wicksy:
Nick Berry
Sharon:
Letitia Dean
Phil:
Steve McFadden
Grant:
Ross Kemp

This week - should some embryo research be allowed. or should it be banned altogether? Tomorrow's
World examines the scientific arguments for and against this controversial issue.
With Judith Hann , Howard Stableford, Peter Macann and Kate Bellingham. Produced by JACK WEBER CYNTHIA PAGE and MICHAEL MOSLEY
Studio director PHILIP DOLLING Editor RICHARD REISZ

Contributors

Unknown:
Judith Hann
Unknown:
Peter MacAnn
Unknown:
Kate Bellingham.
Produced By:
Jack Weber
Produced By:
Cynthia Page
Produced By:
Michael Mosley
Director:
Philip Dolling
Editor:
Richard Reisz

Regional Variations (2)

Brush Strokes

Series 4

Episode 2

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Jacko decides to go back to working for Veronica at Bainbridges. He also has a run in with the law, when he tries to help Gloria out. Show more

The weekly opportunity for the general public to pose the questions and debate the answers with those in power, those who seek it and those who influence events.
With Peter Sissons this evening are:
Frank Field, Labour MP for Birkenhead;
Rt Hon Sir Norman Fowler , MP, former Employment Secretary; Sue Stapely , head of Law
Society Parliamentary Unit; and Michael White , Chief Political Correspondent of The Guardian.
Producer SUE ROBERTSON Editor BARBARA MAXWELL

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Sissons
Unknown:
Sir Norman Fowler
Unknown:
Sue Stapely
Unknown:
Michael White
Producer:
Sue Robertson
Editor:
Barbara Maxwell

Starring Sharon Gless and Tyne Daly. The Informant
Chris and Mary Beth disagree about using a young informant to help them catch a drug dealer selling PCP to high school students. Written by LARRY KENNER and RONIE WENKER-KONNER
Directed by MICHAEL VIJAR (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Sharon Gless
Unknown:
Tyne Daly.
Unknown:
Mary Beth
Written By:
Larry Kenner
Directed By:
Michael Vijar

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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