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With Justin Webb and Sally Magnusson. At 7.00,8.00 main news, with summaries every 15 minutes; 7.12,7.40,8.12,8.40
Business; 7.25,7.55,8.25,8.55 Weather, Regional news, Travel; 7.32,8.32 Sport.

Contributors

Unknown:
Justin Webb
Unknown:
Sally Magnusson.

Consumer advice show. presented by Chris Choi and Cheryl Baker.

Write to: The Really Useful Show, [address removed] (telephone free on [number removed] - 24 hours a day).
Further details on Ceefax: pages 626/7

Contributors

Presenter:
Chris Choi
Presenter:
Cheryl Baker

Comedy drama.
Ruthless property developer Brad Stadler has little time for his family. But when a terrible accident finds him reincarnated, he has another chance to put things right.
(1991, U) (Subtitled)
See Films: pages 54-57 **

Contributors

Director:
Alan Myerson

Regional news updates on the issues affecting the South East. Presented by Gwenan Edwards and Sharon Doughty , plus sports reports from Rob Curling.
EditorGuyPelham REGIONAL PROGRAMME

Contributors

Presented By:
Gwenan Edwards
Presented By:
Sharon Doughty

The return of the news magazine in which Sue Lawley and a team of reporters present investigations and stories.
Tonight, a report on a gun club in Devon that teaches youngsters to shoot. Plus the story of the British army sergeant who lost a leg while serving in Bosnia, but cannot get compensation.

Story Ideas: please ring Here and Now free on [number removed], fax [number removed], or write to Here and Now, [address removed]
E-mail: [email address removed]
Further Information: Ceefax page

Contributors

Presenter:
Sue Lawley
Producer:
Dale Templar
Editor:
Dave Stanford

Regional Variations (2)

The Brittas Empire

Series 7

Episode 7: Exposed

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

An investigative jounalist plans a television expose of the goings on at the centre, though Gordon is led to believe this will be a serious documentary. An outbreak of Bobula fever causes panic.

Tonight, as Yasuo Hamanaka comes to trial in Tokyo, Michael Robinson investigates the western brokers who made millions from his speculation on the international copper market. In a tale of market manipulation and unfair pricing on a grand scale, The Copper Ring reveals that there were key players in the events which cost the Sumitomo Corporation £2.8 billion but who have so far avoided censure.

(Note: as Panorama is topical and likely to react to events in the news, its subject matter may change)

Contributors

Reporter:
Michael Robinson
Producer:
Mark Killick
Editor:
Steve Hewlett

This week featuring Bill Cosby on the set of the American version of One Foot in the Grave in New York. Ruby Wax also talks to Fran Drescher, star of the sitcom The Nanny.
See today's choices.

Contributors

Presenter:
Ruby Wax
Interviewee:
Bill Cosby
Interviewee:
Fran Drescher
Director/Producer:
Clive Tulloh

This Everyman special tells the story of the charismatic, but enigmatic, Imran Khan, who was once celebrated as Pakistan's greatest cricket captain and renowned as something of a playboy. Now married to financier Sir James Goldsmith's daughter, Jemima, he has reaffirmed his Muslim faith and embarked upon a quest-which received a major setback in the recent elections - to become his country's political leader.

Contributors

Subject:
Imran Khan
Director:
Mike Lewis
Series Editor:
Richard Denton

Films reviewed include Michael, starring John Travolta as an unusual angel. The Phantom is a comic-strip adaptation starring Billy Zane, while Grace of My Heart is about a singer-songwriter who wants to perform her own music.
(Repeated next Saturday on BBC2)
See Barry Norman: page 62

Contributors

Presenter:
Barry Norman
Director:
John Marley
Producer:
Bruce Thompson

The concluding part of a special television presentation.

With Biko dead, Woods decides he must escape from South Africa.
See Films: pages 54-57 ****

Contributors

Donald Woods:
Kevin Kline
Steve Biko:
Denzel Washington
Wendy Woods:
Penelope Wilton
Bruce:
John Hargreaves
Acting High Commissioner:
Alec McCowen
Ken:
Kevin McNally
Father Kani:
Zakes Mokae
State prosecutor:
Ian Richardson
Dr Ramphele:
Josette Simon
Kruger:
John Thaw
Captain deWet:
Timothy West
Lemick:
Miles Anderson
Tami:
Tommy Buson
Peter Jones:
Jim Findley
Don Card:
Julian Glover
Jane Woods:
Kate Hardie
Speaker:
Alton Kumalo
Lesotho government official:
Louis Mahoney
Jason:
Mawa Makondo
Moses:
Joseph Marcell
Mapetla:
John Matshikiza
Wendy's mother:
Gwen Watford

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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