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News reports, the morning's papers, plus sport, business updates, weather and travel. News every 15 minutes.
7.25,8.25,8.55 Weather; Regional news; Travel
7.20, 7.50, 8.20, 8.50 Sport
7.12,.7.40,8.12,8.40 Business Editor Bob Wheaton

Contributors

Editor:
Bob Wheaton

Daily magazine programme with Anne Diamond and Nick Owen.
10.45 Medical Matters with Dr Mark Porter
10.50 Lone Rangers of Love
11.00 News (Subtitled); weather
11.10 Country Faces
11.20 Library of Romance
11.30 Video Stars
11.35 Topical Phone-In
11.50 Where There's a Will - consumer action with Will Hanrahan
12.00 News (Subtitled); weather Editor Mike Hollingsworth
HOTLINE: see Tuesday

Contributors

Unknown:
Anne Diamond
Unknown:
Nick Owen.
Unknown:
Dr Mark Porter
Editor:
Mike Hollingsworth

Zoe Wanamaker , star of Love Hurts (Friday 9.30pm), joins Judi Spiers , while Billy Ocean provides the music.
12.55pm Regional News; Weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Zoe Wanamaker
Unknown:
Judi Spiers
Unknown:
Billy Ocean

Gloria Hunniford and Caron
Keating look at teenage pregnancy and the state of sex education in schools. Plus advice for parents on choices for GCSEs, helping your child with music, and the family photo competition.

Contributors

Unknown:
Gloria Hunniford

The Slow Ogre can move quickly when it comes to catching people.
Written and told for Jackanory by Terry Jones, this is the first of three Fantastic Stories.
(Jackanory's next Fantastic Story, The Star of the Farmyard, is next Monday)
See Preview page 10

Contributors

Author/Storyteller:
Terry Jones

Take Two looks at what is happening in the media, including the latest in films, radio and television. Also, who decides what is newsworthy? Presented by Sarah Greene. Letters and videoviews: send to Take Two, [address removed]

Contributors

Presenter:
Sarah Greene

Blair starts a new job - but what's Drew going to say when he finds out?
Episode written by Bev Doyle
Series producer Corinne Hollingworth Director Chris Johnston
A Cinema Vertty/J D y T production for BBCtv

Contributors

Written By:
Bev Doyle
Producer:
Corinne Hollingworth
Director:
Chris Johnston
Joy Slater:
Leslee Udwin
Terry:
Flynn Benmurphy
NessaLockkead:
Julie Fernandez
Gwen Lockhead:
Patricia Brake
DrewLockhead:
Campbell Morrison
Blair Lockhead:
Josh Nathan
MarcusTandy:
Jesse Birdsall
Detective Inspector:
Andy Lucas
Trish Valentine:
Polly Perkins
Rosemary Webb:
Hilary Crane
OliveKing:
Faith Kent
Rosario Fernanda:
Stella Maris
Roberto Fernandez:
Franco Rey
Gerry Peters-Smith:
Buki Armstrong
Freddie Martin:
Roland Curram
Nataliejackson:
Tessa Wojtczak
Trine Svendsen:
Clare Wilkie
Snowy White:
Patch Connolly
Bunny Charlson:
Roger Walker
Per Svendsen:
Kim Romer
LeneSvendsen:
Nanna Moller
Philippe Leduc:
Daniel Lombart
isabelleLeduc:
Framboise Gommendy

The consumer series that exposes new horrors in the high street, home hazards, scams and cons. Call in to Watchdog live on [number removed] and tell your story. With Lynn Faulds Wood and John Stapleton.
(Subtitled)
Letters: instead of phoning, you can write to [address removed]

Contributors

Presenter:
Lynne Faulds Wood
Presenter:
John Stapleton
Editor:
Sarah Caplin

Comedy series written by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft. Starring John Inman, Mollie Sugden, Wendy Richard, Frank Thornton.

The staff of Millstone Manor agree to work in a more democratic way, but a sale of lambs causes them more problems than they anticipated. Then a challenge to a local darts match looks as if it will end in fisticuffs when the team falls foul of the law.
(Stereo) (Subtitles)

Contributors

Writer:
Jeremy Lloyd
Writer:
David Croft.
Director/Producer:
Mike Stephens
Mr Humphries:
John Inman
Mrs Slocombe:
Mollie Sugden
Miss Brahms:
Wendy Richard
Captain Peacock:
Frank Thornton
Mr Rumbold:
Nicholas Smith
Maurice Moulterd:
Billy Burden
Mavis Moulterd:
Fleur Bennett
Miss Lovelock:
Joanne Heywood
Malcolm Heathcliff:
Andrew Barclay
Henry Heathcliff:
Paul Humpoletz

Comedy series set in Glasgow's boxing world, written by Clayton Moore.

Vinnie's given up hope. But can Vikki and Freud do anything about it?
(Stereo) (Subtitles)

Contributors

Writer:
Clayton Moore
Director:
Ron Bain
Producer:
Colin Gilbert
Vinnie:
Kenny Ireland
Vikki:
Diana Hardcastle
Hance:
John Kazek
Hunter:
Seans Canlan
Norman:
Jonathan Kydd
Neillie:
Jake D'Arcy
Danny:
Grant Smeaton
Slug:
Gilbert Martin
Mrs Gordon:
Claire Nielson
Jackie:
Dean Park

First of a two-part report.

As South Africa prepares for the coming election, David Dimbleby talks to President F W De Klerk and to Nelson Mandela, and assesses the chances of the white and black population reaching a settlement which will put an end to the confrontation and bloodshed.

Contributors

Reporter:
David Dimbleby
Interviewee:
F.W. De Klerk
Interviewee:
Nelson Mandela
Producer:
David Harrison
Editor:
Glenwyn Benson

Films reviewed include:
Damage, a tale of erotic obsession starring Jeremy Irons as an MP, and Juliette Binoche as the object of his desire. Louis Malle directs this screen adaptation of Josephine Hart 's novel; and Public Eye, which gives Joe Pesci full rein to shine as a photographer whose camera captures lurid images of life on the raw streets of New York.
Director Tom Brisley
Producer Bruce Thompson
COMPETITION: ring 0[number removed]
Calls charged at 36p per minute cheap rate, 48p at all othertimes.
• SEE BARRY NORMAN page 28

Contributors

Unknown:
Jeremy Irons
Unknown:
Juliette Binoche
Unknown:
Louis Malle
Unknown:
Josephine Hart
Unknown:
Joe Pesci
Director:
Tom Brisley
Producer:
Bruce Thompson
Unknown:
Barry Norman

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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