Introduced by Frank Bough and Selina Scott Timetable:
News at 6.30, 7.0, 7.30, 8.0, 8.30 with headlines on every quarter hour
Weather at 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 coming day at 7.32,8.32 Getting Britain Fit between 6.45 and 7.0
Tonight's TV between 7.15 and 7.30 Your Stars between 8.30 and 8.45
The Family Budget between 6.45 and 7.0
This is America between 7.45 and
8.0 with Bob Friend
9.0 Artists in Print. 1: Etching
9.30 Dicho y hecho
Talking about Yourself
9.48 Mathscore Two
10.10 Look and Read
Fair Ground! 6: Where is Rachel? Ozzie and his mum have a great time at the fair ... until they find out that Rachel has disappeared. Then a nasty surprise awaits them on their return home.
Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL
With JUDY CORNWELL , PERCY HERBERT , IAIN ORMSBY-KNOX , LYNNE PEARSON , PAUL RUSSELL , GEORGE SWEENEY , KENNETH WALLER , PERCY EDWARDS , SEAN BARRETT , CHARLES COLLING-WOOD, KATIE HEBB , WAYNE LARYEA, DEREK GRIFFITHS , JULIE STEVENS with Jack and Rosie Producer SUE WEEKS
10.35 Religious and Moral Education 11-13: Resource Units World Best Setter
Making a TV Programme
How is a television programme made? Watch gives the game away this week from the opening titles to the last credit. LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR and JAMES EARL ADAIR share some television trade secrets 'behind the scenes' and demonstrate a cardboard set for home-made programmes.
Producer JUDITH MILES
11.17 Walrus. What Should I Do? Tich and the Trifles
11.40 Look, Look and Look Again Natural Details
12.3 pm General Studies
The Professor of Surgery: 2
(London and SE: Financial Report and News Headlines with subtitles)
A See-Saw programme (Repeat)
Here Comes thelfWk»wn!..'
Norman Beafipi of Empire RdaiS^ comes to tea ajpd ttells a story Story FRANCESCA%«1^SI (Repeal
2.15 Read On!
Following the Trail (Repeat)
Kingsley Amis visits Batemans, the home of Rudyard Kipling in Burwash, Sussex. It is preserved almost exactly as it was when Kipling lived there; Amis considers the breadth of Kipling's achievement as poet, novelist and story-teller.
(First shown on BBC2)
from The Roehampton Institute of Higher Education
Crown htm (Dltdemata); Colours of day (Light up the fljrei; Love divine (Love divine); Walk In the Jtghtr t- bind unto myself today (St .•Patrick's breastplate); A cry In the; night <Nottinfr Hill) Praise we the Lord. (traditional Jreench carol); Praise, my soul,, the Kltig of Heaven (Praise my souU Conductor clive auPM»fi Organist »ndreu'.»*J}N£t Producer LIZ coftT :- --'
Series producer jim Murray
The King's Handkerchief (trad)
with Jan Francis
The second of five stories to celebrate 60 years of storytelling for children on radio and television.
Cap of Rushes
This traditional English folk tale, a version of Cinderella, was the first story ever to be transmitted on Jackanory, over 17 years ago.
Pictures Peter Rush
Introduced by Johnny Morris and Terry Nutkins
Why does your cat rub itself against your legs? Why does it lay back its ears when it's on the prowl? Why does your dog cock its leg or bolt its food when it doesn't have to? The answers are revealed when Johnny and Terry's look at our pets not as domestic companions but as the wild animals they once were. And a stunning new way to photograph birds on the wing. Not from below but from above, with a camera mounted on a model aircraft.
A series of 18 programmes
Part 13 by Barry Purchese
Life gets back to normal in the wake of the suspensions. Denny tries to turn over a new leaf.
(For detail see Friday 5.10 pm)
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
Reporters PATTIE coldwell, ANNE DIAMOND , JOHN HITCHINS , JAMES HOGG , MARSHALL LEE , TONY WILKIN SON and NICHOLAS WOOLLEY
(Regional details as Monday)
Starring Peter Davison
A four-part story by Steve Gallagher
What is the secret of the screaming skull?
(Part 2 tomorrow at 6.45pm)
Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
A weekly documentary serial concerning the private lives and pup-he thoughts of some of the people of Darwen, Lancashire.
Who will be saying what about whom this week?
Photography MIXE SPOONER, LAWRENCE RUSH
Film editors DAVE king, ANDREW WILLSMORE Production team IAN potts , LINDA cleeve Producer PAUL WATSON
by John Kane
Six programmes starring Terry Scott and June Whitfield
Sir Dennis Hodge:
A series of films exploring narrow-gauge railways around the world.
Yukon - The discovery of gold in the Yukon in 1897 heralded the maddest stampede in history - the Klondike Gold Rush. The White Pass and Yukon railroad was blasted through the mountains to lug the prospectors in and haul the gold out. Gold fever ended with the turn of the century but today the railroad is still there, hauling the modern stampede, the tourists, up some of the toughest gradients in the world.
with Michael Buerk ; Weatherman
A four-part serial
2: A power struggle in the Roman Senate has doomed General Silva's plan for peace with the rebel leader, Eleazar Ben Yair. Instead, Silva has been ordered to crush the Jewish resistance within six months. He brings in a siege expert, Rubrius Gallus , to help destroy Masada only to discover that attacking the fortress is the least of his problems: heat, thirst and the psychological warfare employed by the rebels are demoralising and destroying his troops.
(For full cast see yesterday at 9.25 pm. Part 3: next Monday)
David Dimbleby presents the weekly magazine that looks at the serious and the lighter side of politics, with reports from Bill Kerr Elliott and Stephen Bradshaw Including this week
The Case of the Planted Question: Austin Mitchell, mp, on one of the tricks of the trade.
The Tories and the Bomb: a report on the propaganda battle between the government and Britain's unilateralists, for the votes that could help decide the General Election.
Director SUE MCMAHON
Deputy editor COLIN MARTIN Editor RICHARD TAIT