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6.34-6.55 Business Breakfast
Business and financial news from
Paul Burden. Followed at 7.00am by the morning news programme with Laurie Mayer and Fiona Foster. Also the latest World Cup news from Bob Wilson and Wimbledon from Sally Jones. Headlines or news summaries every quarter hour.
Business news: 7.12, 7.40, 8.12, 8.40. Sport: 7.23, 7.52, 8.23, 8.52.
Weather, regional and traffic news:
6.55, 7.25, 7.55, 8.25.
Weather: Francis Wilson
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Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Burden.
Unknown:
Laurie Mayer
Unknown:
Fiona Foster.
Unknown:
Bob Wilson
Unknown:
Sally Jones.
Unknown:
Francis Wilson

First of a two-part documentary. Albert Waxman is a rich and successful Yorkshire businessman; Ruth Simmonks is a retired microbiologist; Lutz Zeisler , a former mill worker, now works as a lollipop man; Avraham Shomroni lives on a kibbutz in Israel. But they all shared the experience of a big, old house in Bradford where, as children fleeing Nazi persecution, they came to live just before the outbreak of war. Now, 50 years on, with other former child refugees, they return to the hostel to remember their lives together as children and the cruel course of events that brought them there. Narrated by Andrew Sachs. Producer Allan Dassell (R) (Concluding part tomorrow)

Contributors

Unknown:
Albert Waxman
Unknown:
Ruth Simmonks
Unknown:
Lutz Zeisler
Unknown:
Avraham Shomroni
Unknown:
Andrew Sachs.
Producer:
Allan Dassell

The Birdman of St James 's Arthur May was a parent to thousands of ducklings. In 21 years as birdkeeper on Duck Island, opposite Buckingham Palace, he cared for the residents of St James's Park and any birds of passage in temporary difficulties. Never in his life had Arthur May had duck for dinner. Director Sandra Wainwright
Executive producer Jennifer Jeremey (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
St James
Unknown:
Arthur May
Unknown:
Arthur May
Director:
Sandra Wainwright
Producer:
Jennifer Jeremey

Introduced by Simon Parkin and starting with The Playbus stops today at the Patch Stop at Radford, Avon where Peggy Patch meets more piglets like Piggo. Today's story Piggo and the Stray Cat is written and told by Pam Ayers. With Vanessa Amberleigh.

Contributors

Introduced By:
Simon Parkin
Unknown:
Peggy Patch
Told By:
Pam Ayers.
Unknown:
Vanessa Amberleigh.

After 1066 the Normans stamped their authority on the defeated
Anglo-Saxons. Bryan McNerney explores Mountfinchet Castle, an attempt to recreate an 1 Ith-century stronghold designed to keep the Saxons in their place. (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Bryan McNerney

Farlow's Follies. The new Sue Ellen is going to require a new strategy. JR switches the attack from daughter to father in the fight for
Weststar, as Bobby's battles begin all over again. April decides that confession is good for the soul but Clayton's lack of candour finds Miss Ellie drowning in her own suspicions. (R)
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Live coverage from the All-England Lawn Tennis Championships where the players battle it out on court for tennis's most coveted title. Today is ladies' semi-finals day with number one seed Steffi Graf expected to progress into her fourth successive final.
Commentary by Dan Maskell , John Barrett , Ann Jones and Virginia Wade.
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Contributors

Unknown:
Steffi Graf
Commentary By:
Dan Maskell
Commentary By:
John Barrett
Commentary By:
Ann Jones
Commentary By:
Virginia Wade.

Radio-controlled gliding, a petrol-powered mystery machine, a brand new sport called Wallball and some topical tennis tips give the Move It trio a varied week.
With Jenny Powell , Scott Birch and Georgie Hollett. Director Tony Harrison Producer Chris Fear
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Contributors

Unknown:
Jenny Powell
Unknown:
Scott Birch
Unknown:
Georgie Hollett.
Director:
Tony Harrison

Regional Variations (2)

Top of the Pops

BBC One London

Top of the Pops

05/07/1990

Duration: 29 minutes

on BBC One London

Nicky Campbell presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 5 July 1990 and including performances by Inspiral Carpets, Double Trouble and Massivo featuring Tracy.

The Tavernier family move into Albert Square - and right into the middle of a pitched battle between residents and developers.
Episode written by Michael Ellis.
Feature: page 8
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Contributors

Writer:
Michael Ellis
Director:
Michael Ferguson
Producer:
Corinne Hollingworth
Pete:
Peter Dean
Arthur:
Bill Treacher
Wicksy:
Nick Berry
Cindy:
Michelle Collins
Ian:
Adam Woodyatt
Sharon:
Letitia Dean
Carol Hanley:
Sheila White
Ron Hanley:
Dean Harris
April:
Helen Pearson
Jackie:
Richard Beale
Eddie:
Michael Melia
Dave:
Tip Tipping
Pauline:
Wendy Richard
Kathy:
Gillian Taylforth
Michelle:
Susan Tully
Stuart Kendle:
Mark Sproston
Phil:
Steve McFadden
Grant:
Ross Kemp
Jules Tavernier:
Tommy Eytle
Clyde Tavernier:
Steven Woodcock
Frank:
Mike Reid
Pat:
Pam St Clement
Mo:
Edna Dore
Ricky:
Sid Owen
Dot:
June Brown
Celestine Tavernier:
Leroy Golding
Etta Tavernier:
Jacqui Gordon-Lawrence
Hattie Tavernier:
Michelle Gayle
Lloyd Tavernier:
Garey Bridges
Pastor:
Alex Tetteh-Lartey
Gospel singer:
Elma Bettancourt
Gospel singer:
Mary Martin
Gospel singer:
Peggy Phango
Gospel singer:
Carol Russell

Unsalted cosmetics, free-range nappies, low-fat light bulbsl
Confused about your health?
Sarah Greene , Simon Mayo and reporters Judith Burns ,
Sankha Guha and Nikki Spencer join forces each week to sort out the puzzles of life in the 90s. This week: live from a cross-channel ferry somewhere between Dover and Calais. With ferry travel ten times more dangerous than air travel, is enough being done to protect the public? Producer Katharine Everett Editor David Paterson

Contributors

Unknown:
Sarah Greene
Unknown:
Simon Mayo
Reporters:
Judith Burns
Unknown:
Sankha Guha
Unknown:
Nikki Spencer
Producer:
Katharine Everett
Editor:
David Paterson

A comedy series about the peculiar happenings at Byview Retirement Village.
Written by Michael Aitkens
Director/Producer Gareth Gwenlan
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Contributors

Written By:
Michael Aitkens
Producer:
Gareth Gwenlan
Tom:
Graham Crowden
Diana:
Stephanie Cole
Harvey Bains:
Daniel Hill
Jane:
Janine Duvitski
Geoffrey:
Andrew Tourell
Marion:
Sandra Payne
Jenny:
Dawn Hope
Basil:
Michael Bilton
PC Wilkins:
Shaun Prendergast

A comic tale written by and starring Victoria Wood.
Ken Hope, who served a 16-year prison sentence, is now one of Britain's top comedy writers.
Meredith Leazely asks if the law should be changed.

With Julie Walters, Una Stubbs, Lill Roughley, Philip Lowrie, Jane Horrocks, Richard Hope, Celia Imrie, Tristram Wymark, Susie Blake, Rosalind March, Valerie Minifie, Peter Martin and Joe Fraser.

(R) (Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Writer:
Victoria Wood
Director:
Kevin Bishop
Producer:
Geoff Posner
Victoria:
Victoria Wood
Joy-Ann:
Julie Walters
Una:
Una Stubbs
Barbara Appleby:
Lill Roughley
John Appleby:
Philip Lowrie
Cathy Warburton:
Jane Horrocks
Alan Warburton:
Richard Hope
Carol:
Celia Imrie
Guy:
Tristram Wymark
Check-in attendant:
Susie Blake
Woman in lift:
Valerie Minifie
Man on travelator:
Peter Martin
Spanish waiter:
Joe Fraser

Hooked. After raiding a drug taker's hideout, Chris Cagney (Sharon Gless ) and Mary Beth Lacey (Tyne Daly ) fall out over the arrest of a drug rehabilitation counsellor. Chris has personal reasons for wanting to believe him innocent. (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Chris Cagney
Unknown:
Sharon Gless
Unknown:
Mary Beth Lacey
Unknown:
Tyne Daly

BBC One London

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

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