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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.
10.50 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 Hollirigsworth
HOTLINE: see Tuesday

Contributors

Unknown:
Anne Diamond
Unknown:
Nick Owen.
Editor:
Mike Hollirigsworth

Families with disabled children can easily become isolated and lonely. How do the words we use influence the way they feel? What does gene therapy offer and how does genetic counselling affect family life? Plus helping your child with swimming. j

A 13-part comedy drama.
9: A stranger who has lost his way walks into Radio Roo. With Wayne Jackman , Ian Tregonning , Caroline O'Connor , Phillip Reader. Written by Wayne Jackman

Contributors

Unknown:
Wayne Jackman
Unknown:
Ian Tregonning
Unknown:
Caroline O'Connor
Unknown:
Phillip Reader.
Written By:
Wayne Jackman

The programme that looks at what is happening in the media and lets you air your views.
This month Sarah Greene visits the pop radio station Atlantic 252. Plus a report on the big business behind computer games.
LETTERS and videoviews: send to Take
Two. BBCtv, Wood Lane. London W 12 7RJ.

Contributors

Unknown:
Sarah Greene

Gwen sees the full extent of the fire damage to the villa and Bunny keeps a low profile.

Episode written by Rob Gittins
A Cinema Verity/J D y T production for BBCtv

Contributors

Writer:
Rob Gittins
Series Producer:
Corinne Hollingworth
Director:
Sallie Aprahamian
Drew Lockhead:
Campbell Morrison
Gwen Lockhead:
Patricia Brake
Blair Lockhead:
Josh Nathan
Nessa Lockhead:
Julie Fernandez
Bunny Charlson:
Roger Walker
Olive King:
Faith Kent
Rosemary Webb:
Hilary Crane
Stanley Webb:
William Lucas
Freddie Martin:
Roland Curram
Gerry Peters-Smith:
Buki Armstrong
Ingrid Olsson:
Bo Corre
Per Svendsen:
Kim Romer
Lene Svendsen:
Nanna Moller
Trine Svendsen:
Clare Wilkie
Razor Sharpe:
Kevin Hay
Maria Fernandez:
Maria Sanchez
Roberto Fernandez:
Franco Rey
Rosario Fernandez:
Stella Maris
Dr Vargas:
Arturo Venegas
Abuela:
Maria Vega
Joy Slater:
Leslee Udwin
Terry Flynn:
Ben Murphy
Philippe Leduc:
Daniel Lombart
Isabelle Leduc:
Framboise Gommendy
Pilar Moreno:
Sandra Sandri

Just how safe is your car? In a special car design report a year ago, Watchdog revealed that many accidents and injuries were far worse than they needed to be. Since then, a revolution has taken place, with many more manufacturers selling cars by advertising safety factors. Are we now any closer to lowering the death toll? This updated edition looks at the safety standards of the latest cars on our roads.

(Subtitled)

Contributors

Editor:
Sarah Caplin

Comedy series about an idealistic but ineffective new teacher, written by Paul Smith and Terry Kyan, and starring Nigel Planer

An old lady is mugged on the high street. Unfortunately, the culprits come from Laurence's class.

A TalkBack production for BBCtv

Contributors

Writer:
Paul Smith
Writer:
Terry Kyan
Director:
John Henderson
Producer:
Jamie Rix
Laurence Didcott:
Nigel Planer
Jean Halifax:
Polly Adams
Mr Wigley:
Timothy Bateson
Harriet Humphrey:
Victoria Carling
Gilbert Herring:
Robert Gillespie
Eric Sweety:
David Troughton
Leslie Piper:
Nicholas Woodeson
Donald Halifax:
Peter Woodthorpe
Mrs Tutt:
Anna Wing
Lucy Cornwell:
Rebecca Callard
Adam Huntley:
Bryan Dick
Clive Crotty:
David Larkin
Hugo Botney:
Daniel Newman
Anthony Zalacosta:
Simeon Pearl
Pamela:
Camilla Power

Whose Mind Is It Anyway?
A month after being discharged from a psychiatric hospital,
Tracey Evans killed both her children in what she called an "act of love". Her husband believes it wouldn't have happened if she had received more supervision when she left hospital. Margaret Gilmore investigates the questions raised by this tragic case. Producer Andrew Williams
Editor Glenwyn Benson

Contributors

Unknown:
Tracey Evans
Unknown:
Margaret Gilmore
Producer:
Andrew Williams
Editor:
Glenwyn Benson

Films reviewed include:
Malcolm X - director Spike Lee's biographical examination of the civil rights campaigner, starring Denzel Washington.
Toys - with Robin Williams determined to save his father's toy factory from the evil clutches of a wicked uncle.

Consenting Adults - Kevin Kline discovers that wife-swapping has nightmare consequences.
Director Tom Brisley ; Producer Bruce Thompson ;

Contributors

Unknown:
Denzel Washington.
Unknown:
Robin Williams
Unknown:
Kevin Kline
Director:
Tom Brisley
Producer:
Bruce Thompson

Seven programmes about caring for an older person, presented by Jonathan Miller.
2: Bad Days I Want to Cry. How can carers, and those needing care, cope with feelings of guilt, , resentment, anger and despair? Producer Anna Jackson

Contributors

Presented By:
Jonathan Miller.
Producer:
Anna Jackson

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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