6.40 How Flowers Avoid Incest. 7.5 Heart and Lungs. 7.30 Albert Crewe 's Atom.
with Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart
Weather ANNE PURVIS
(London and SE only: Financial
Report and News Headlines with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing)
With DONNY MACLEOD
MARIAN FOSTER and BOB LANGLEY
Television's lively magazine programme from the Pebble Mill foyer again offers a unique blend of music, conversation and matters of interest. Today sees the launch of the 1981 Green Cross Code Road Safety Competition and music comes from Kiki Dee.
Editor JIM DUMIGHAN. BBC Birmingham
A See-Saw programme Find Your Feet
Young animals have to find their feet quickly. Fawns and foals soon have to keep up with their mothers on the move, and ducklings must get in the swim. Music and narration by DEREK GRIFFITHS
Research ROBIN HALDANE
Producer MICHAEL COLE
A quiz on a filmed journey through Wales
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
A programme for children under 5 Presenters
BRIDGET MCCANN , BEN THOMAS
Presented by TOMMY BOYD With SALLY GRACE
The second day of the puzzle and a very strange clue to the thing that Tommy has lost. Find Bathurst! !
Does the schoolmaster know?
Director FRANCES GIFFORD Producer CLIVE DOIG
(Part 3 tomorrow at 4.20)
First of nine programmes starring Brian Cant who invites you to join his guests in an entertainment of comedy and music. with Anita Dobson , Alex Norton Jonathan Cohen and the Play Away Band
Musical arrangements by JONATHAN COHEN
Director ANNE GOBEY Producer ANN REAY
The last of six programmes
Introduced by Johnny Morris with Terry Nutkins
An umbrella cockatoo in an open car may seem strange, but this week Johnny takes Brolly on a trip to the Isle of Skye to visit Terry and Gemini the sea-lion.
Terry discovers some spectacular animals that find their way into prawn pots and goes out in his boat to watch the seals in the Sound of Sleat. Johnny takes Brolly to visit some rare Scottish animals in the Highland Wildlife Park, including red squirrels and pine martens.
Director MOIRA MANN
Producer MIKE BEYNON. BBC Bristol
The Flight of Mavis With the voices of KENNETH WILLIAMS
Written and directed by NICK SPARGO
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today Nationwide (London and SE) Points West, South Today Spotlight South West
Television's popular current affairs programme presented Monday to Friday by FRANK BOUGH , SUE
LAWLEY RICHARD KERSHAW , HL'GH SCULLY and SUE COOK . with contributions from regional presenters in BBC studios throughout the country.
The reporting team: LUKE CASEY PATTIE COLDWELL , JOHN HITCHINS JAMES HOGG , BILL KERR ELLIOTT LAURIE MAYER , FRAN MORRISON
TONY WILKINSON , NICHOLAS WOOLLEY and GLYN WORSNIP travel the country to bring you details of the way life is Nationwide.
by JOHN DREW featuring Kathryn Apanowicz Susan Gilmore , Joanna Monro Sharon Rosita , Martin Barrass
Shirley Cheriton , Julia Williams Judith Jacob , Ken Sharrock
Elizabeth returns to work too soon. She goes about like a ' 'zombie', refusing to cry. Anna knows that Elizabeth must ' break ', or she'll never be able to accept the situation,.,
Theme music by ALAN PARKER Script editor TONY HOLLAND Designer MARY SPENCER Producer JULIA SMITH
Directed by PATRICK TUCKER
Theme music on Top BBCtv Themes (record REH 310, cassette ZCR 310), from record shops
The Mouse's Tale
Narrated by David Attenborough
In town or country, wherever you live, the chances are that your every move is watched or overheard by dozens of tiny eyes and ears-the eyes and ears of mice. We may not be aware of them, but they surround us in their millions: even in these overcrowded islands there are more of one species-the wood mouse - than there are human beings.
This is the story of a few of these mice, living in and around a cottage in the south of England. The cheeky house mouse is in a real-life Tom and Jerru situation as he keeps one jump ahead of cat and trap. The dor- , mouse faces hazards of a different sort: first, the all-night ordeal of emerging from hibernation, and then the touching moment when it struggles to give birth to its first baby.
Photography OWEN NEWMAN Film editor PETER HEELEY Written and produced by DILYS BREESE
Series producer PETER BALE
Subtitles on Ceelax page 170
The Dark and Bloody Ground
Another chance to see the original series starring one of television's most popular; private eyes.
Attempts on Jim Rockford's life come from all directions after ai glamorous woman attorney's way with words persuades him into helping a wife accused of her husband's murder.
Written by JUANITA BARTLETT
Directed by MICHAEL SCHULTZ
By John Sullivan.
Starring David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst with Lennard Pearce.
When Del and Rodney manage to make some money on a car deal they use it in a way that's not as 'straight' as they intended.
post that mentions
with John Humphrys Weatherman
Nothing and no one is beyond the scope of the image-makers. Angela tries to sort out the reality from the illusion when she looks at how the fashion designers persuade us to wear the latest look and the ad men seduce us into buying their product through the packaging.
She finds out that Bradford is the ' Venice of the North '; visits vicars on a television course; and talks to Mrs Thatcher about the difference between her real self and the way she's presented by the media. Whether you're selling religion, toothpaste or politics, you've got to get the image right. Angela finds out how.
Film editor HOWARD BILLINGHAM Producer SUE CROWTHER
Richie Benaud looks back at the 1981 Cornhill Test Series between England and Australia with Ian Botham , the man who was always in the headlines, the man who began as an out-of-form England captain and who finished a national hero, as he swung the series from near defeat to total victory with individual performances that had the cricketing world applauding in stunned admiration.
The repercussions of the series were felt on both sides of the world, as almost never before. The stock exchange almost came to a standstill during the extraordinary Headingley Test. In Australia one sports programme went on the air with funereal music, its presenter - former Australian captain Ian Chappell no less - wearing a black armband!
Assistant producer CHARLES BALCHIN ProducerNICK HUNTER
Good, bad and quack, fringe, future and preventive - the last of a series on what medicine has to offer. Hilary Henson and Chris Serle report.
Studio director CHARLES HUFF
Series producer VIVIENNE KING
The last of the series The Last Leg
Only eight hours left to win the Golden Maggot, and the three teams put to sea for the final battle.
Written by IAN WOOLDRIDGE Producer MICHAEL BEGG