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With John Nicholson and Sophie Raworth. At 7.00, 8.00 Main news, with summaries every half-hour; 7.25,7.55,8.25,8.55 Weather, Newsline, Travel; 7.32,8.32 Sport; 7.40 Business.
Editor Andrew Thompson

Contributors

Unknown:
John Nicholson
Unknown:
Sophie Raworth.
Editor:
Andrew Thompson

The current-affairs show presented live by Juliet Morris.

Robbie Williams and His Angels
In the first of a special two-part report, Sankha Guha joins pop stars Robbie Williams and Ian Dury visiting poverty-stricken camps on the island of Sri Lanka. They witness a huge one-day Unicef-organised campaign to immunise every child in the country against polio.

Also a 12-year study from America reveals that children brought up at home by dad while mum goes to work are likely to be more confident and "go-getting" than those where the reverse is true. Here and Now asks if this also the case in Britain.

Write to: Here and Now, [address removed]

Contributors

Presenter:
Juliet Morris.
Reporter:
Sankha Guha
Subject:
Robbie Williams
Subject:
Ian Dury
Series Producer:
Colin Savage
Editor:
Dave Stanford

Documentary series that follows the staff and patients of Birmingham children's hospital.

As six-year-old Adele [text removed] from Belfast awaits her ground-breaking triple-transplant operation, news arrives that donor organs have become available. Meanwhile Dr Tina Newton comes to the rescue of a miserable, cough-stricken Steven [text removed], and four-year-old Yasmin [text removed] has a penny stuck in her gullet.

Contributors

Subject:
Dr Tina Newton
Producer:
Emma Hindley
Series Editor:
Alison Rooper

A look behind-the-scenes at the Forest Mere health farm in Surrey. Guests arrive with high expectations at the revamped resort. Celia seeks eternal youth, Karen wants her cellulite blitzed and Steve just wants a massage. But fire alarms are sounding, beauty treatment schedules are causing queries and the basement is flooded.

Contributors

Director:
Hannah Berryman
Series Producer:
Kaye Godleman

In America, the FBI now believes that serial killers start their pattern of violence with attacks on animals. Politicians are giving the link more credence after a spate of schoolyard shootings by youths with a history of abuse of pets. They think the connection can help identify those who pose a risk and campaigners want it accepted in Britain too, as reporter Vivian White discovers.
(Subtitled)

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

Contributors

Reporter:
Vivian White
Producer:
Martin Wilson
Editor:
Peter Horrocks

In a new five-part series Dan Donnelly and Brian Acton find out what's happening in the entertainment world and review the latest video and music releases. With comic input from Kevin McAleer and music by Watercress and guests.

Contributors

Presenter:
Dan Donnelly
Presenter:
Brian Acton
Comedian:
Kevin McAleer
Musicians:
null Watercress
Executive Producer:
Fedelma Harkin
Producer:
Colin Lewis

Forty years ago, 17-year-old Billy Fury made his stage debut at the Essoldo, Birkenhead. He became an overnight sensation, a teenage idol they called the British Elvis. This profile of the rock star includes contributions from Marty Wilde, Joe Brown and Ian Dury.
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See John Peel: page 9

Contributors

Interviewee:
Marty Wilde
Interviewee:
Joe Brown
Interviewee:
Ian Dury
Producer:
Paul Pierrot
Series Editor:
Gillian Greenwood

Five of the world's most popular female singers come together in a unique event filmed in New York. Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, Aretha Franklin, Gloria Estefan and Shania Twain perform some of their own hits and team up on such classics as River Deep, Mountain High and You've Got a Friend.

Contributors

Singer:
Celine Dion
Singer:
Mariah Carey
Singer:
Aretha Franklin
Singer:
Gloria Estefan
Singer:
Shania Twain

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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