Frank Bough and Nick Ross invite you to make an early morning date with Britain's first breakfast tv programme.
News at 6.30, 7.0, 7.30, 8.0, 8.30 with headlines on the quarter hour Weather 6.31, 6.57, 7.27, 7.57, 8.27 Sport at 6.42, 7.18, 8.18
Regional news, weather and traffic at 6.45, 7.15, 7.45, 8.15
Review of the Papers and look ahead to the day at 7.32 and 8.32
Getting Britain Fit from 6.45 to 7.0 Tonight's TV between 7.15 and 7.30 Your Stars between 8.30 and 8.45
This is America from 7.45 to 8.0
9.10 Rendez-vous: France Loisirs
9.27 One World: People on the Move
9.48 Look, Look and Look Again: Natural Details
10.10 Science Workshop: Basic Patterns A
10.32 Scene: Fido - Friend or Foe?
11.05 Near and Far: Streams and Rivers
The Depression of the 1930s
Out of Work by Harri Webb
The first of three programmes looking at the problems that faced Wales in the Depression of the 1930s as seen through the eyes of one family, with Glyn Williams, William Thomas, Elisabeth Miles, David Purchase, Lorraine John, Andrew Morgan, Paul Rowlands.
11.55 Under the Weather
Behind the forecast
Richard Whitmore , Jane Franchi Weather JIM BACON
(London and SE: Financial Report and News Headlines with subtitles)
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds
Mr B thinks that Dibs has spoilt his new hat on purpose but in fact it was an accident.
Book: Meg at Sea by JAN PIEN-KOWSKI and HELEN NICHOLL With MICHAEL BALFOUR
2.15 MusicTime. Copycats
2.40 Walrus. What Should I Do?
Tich and the Trifles by TONY PARKER With DAVID GARLICK , FAITH TINGLE
CAROLYN MOODY, BERNARD GALLAGHER KENNETH MIDWOOD ,
ANGELA CLEMENTS , MMOLOKI CHRYSTIE
CHARLES IMBER , TIMMY MALLETT Producer MORTON SURGUY
The first of six vignettes from the 1981 Festival of Music and Dance, in Sidmouth, East Devon.
Featuring THE CARLISLE MORRIS MEN THE LOUGA FOLK ENSEMBLE (from Senegal)
KASAVA (from Czechoslovakia) ROGER WATSON
THE SHROPSHIRE BEDLAMS
Editor NIGEL PERRY
Producer TONY STAVEACRE: BBC Bristol
with Phil Drabble. A series of five programmes about working dogs.
PHIL DRABBLE visits the Quorn kennels in Leicestershire, cream of the hunting shires. Here the huntsman, Michael Farrin, gives him an insight into the private world of the foxhound pack.
Assistant producer ROBIN HELLIER Producer PETER CRAWFORD BBC Bristol
Story: Bear's Adventure
Story writer and illustrator:
A cartoon series
with Jane Asher. The Sylvia Game by vivien ALCOCK : part 4
A cartoon series. The Mouse Race The Great Space Chase, Chapter 6 of 16; The Sun Energiser
with Simon Groom
Sarah Greene and Peter Duncan
by Michael Bond
Animated and directed by:
with Moira Stuart ; Weatherman
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today South East at Six, Points West
South Today, Spotlight South West and at 6.25
Sue Lawley, Richard Kershaw and Hugh Scully on the news stories that matter and what they mean, with films and features from around the United Kingdom.
Including Speak for Yourself, the new weekly feature that lets you do just that. Sue Lawley goes through your letters to find out what you think of the way Britain's most popular current affairs programme handles the news.
(Regional details as Monday)
The latest news from the world of technology including a new kind of of cement that could be used to make aeroplanes. Presented by Judith Hann
Peter Macann , Maggie Pliilbin and Kieran Prendiville
Producers MARTIN MORDMORE , FIONA HOLMES CYNTHIA PACE. DAVID DUGAN Editor DAVID FILKIN
Introduced by Pat Sharp and Janice Long.
Top 40 on Ceefax page 176
The fifth of six programmes The Passing of the Buck Narrated by David Attenborough
Blackbuck once roamed India in herds of thousands. Mogul emperors coursed them with cheetahs, British sportsmen shot them for their horns, and expanding human populations overran their grazing lands, until today these huge herds are but a memory.
This rare glimpse of India's seldom seen wildlife portrays the behaviour of the most graceful of antelopes and investigates its relationship with modern man. It's a relationship full of surprises, both in India and, in a final ironic twist, on the other side of the world.
Photography ROBERT BROWN Film editor CHRIS ORRELL Written and produced by PELHAM ALDRICH BLAKE
Series producer PETER BALE BBC Bristol
Book Wildlife Through the Camera, £10.25 from booksellers
by ALEX SHEARER starring Robin Nedwell with David Battley
Jacqueline Tong , David Williams Special guest appearances by Michael Howard , Jack Watson
Having been ' promoted ' to office duties to keep him out of trouble, Harry finds that his genius is not being fully exploited and his only real challenge is facing the endless tedium. Until, that is, he mistakes the company chairman for a cleaner and joins him in a rather over-large brandy ...
Music DEREK WARNE
Film cameraman FRED HAMILTON Film editor HEATHER SMALL Designer DINAH WALKER
Produced and directed by ALAN j. w. BELL
Alan J. W.
with Michael Buerk and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world.
by A. J. CRONIN dramatised in ten parts by DON SHAW starring
Ben Cross , Clare Higgins
4: Aberalaw presents a new challenge to Andrew, but it proves initially unsuccessful when he refuses to issue sick certificates to men who are obviously faking.
Music composed by MICHAEL STUCKEY Studio sound RICHARD PARTRIDGE Script editor EVGENY GRIDNEFF Designer BARRY NEWBERY Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director PETER JEFFERIES
with Sir Robin Day
Sixty minutes of argument and debate about the issues foremost in the news and public mind.
Sir Robin Day takes the chair at the Greenwood Theatre in South London with a panel of public personalities who face a specially invited audience from the general public.
Claire Rayner talks to two couples who were unable to have children. After many trials and disappointments Rose and Peter have accepted their childlessness. But Jane and Andy decided not to and have adopted a daughter, Katy.