Frank Bough and Selina Scott invite you to start your day with Breakfast Time and its mix of news, comment, weather, traffic and sport. With them in the studio the personalities who're making the news, and a specially invited guest to review the morning papers.
News on the hour and half hour, with regional reports on the quarter hour. Today's regular features include Mike Smith 's look at the pop scene, and Breakfast Time's food and cookery correspondent Glynn Christian with his tips and hints on how to make your food look and taste better. Timetable:
News at 6.30, 7.0, 7.30, 8.0, 8.30 with headlines on the quarter hour Weather at 6.31, 6.57, 7.27, 7.57,
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 a look ahead to the 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
Food and Cooking from 8.45 to 9.0 Pop between 7.30 and 7.45
9.10 Technical Studies Bearing Materials
This programme shows how the friction between moving surfaces can be reduced by the use of metal balls and rollers and lubrication. It also illustrates these principles by showing different types of bearings and discussing their particular applications. Narrator DEREK COOPER Director DAVID WILLIAMS Producer BRIAN DAVIES
Lecturers' notes are available from the Technician Education Council, Central House, Upper Woburn Place, London WC1H OHH.
9.38 Science Workshop Basic Patterns B
Presenters DAVID HARGREAVES ,
MALCOLM MCFEE , BEVERLEY MICHAELS Director PETER M. EVANS Producer MICHAEL COYLE
10.15 Everyday Maths
Play Now, Pay Later
10.38 Home Economics. Fats
11.0 Words and Pictures
Master Salt the Sailor's Son
11.17 The Music Arcade
Sounds Giving Signals
11.40 Read On!
Following the Trail
12.3 pm Russian Language and People
Learn a little Russian and look at life in the Soviet Union: 15
Music, conversation and entertainment are the staple diet of the lunchtime programme from Pebble Mill, with presenters
DONNY MACLEOD , MARIAN FOSTER and MARJORIE LOFTHOUSE
Editor PETER HERCOMBE BBC Pebble Mill
This is the first of a series of nine programmes made from material shot by home movie-makers in the 1920s and 30s. The programmes are all about the British - how they saw themselves and how they saw others. From more than 38 miles of film sent to the BBC by private collectors, we have selected those bits which best illustrate facets of our national character ... the serious, the amusing, the whimsical and the downright ridiculous.
This first programme looks at the favourite targets of all home movie-makers - those early milestones of life ... birth, adolescence, courtship and marriage. Written and narrated by JOHN JULIUS NORWICH
Film editor DAVID WYATT
Producer MARGARET MCCALL
Four programmes about the pioneering days of television outside broadcasts, narrated by John Craven
' They were all " firsts "... and there was always the excitement: would things go right, would they go wrong? That was the essence of live television.' (PETER DIMMOCK) 1: Saturday Night Out
Today's programme tells the story of one kind of outside broadcast that brought viewers excitement and adventure-live, as it happened.
Assistant producer MICIIAEL parker Producer MARTIN L. BELL
with William Rushton
The third of five stories to celebrate 60 years of storytelling for children on radio and television.
Jennings and Darbishire by ANTHONY BUCKERIDGE
Jennings and his best mend, Darbishire. are boarders at Linbury Court Preparatory School. and spend every spare minute on schemes which nearly always land them in trouble.
Pictures LYNN BREEZE
with Tony Hart and Morph 7: Heads
New heads on old bottles, photo-kits, Tony Hart 25 years ago. how to make papier mache masks, and the Giant Heads on Easter Island.
Research SHARON MILLER Director JANE TARLETON
Producer CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON
If you are 15 or under and would like to send a picture to the gallery, send your entry to Take Hart , BBC Television
Centre, London W3 6XZ. There s prize for any that are shown, as long as you put your name, age and address, but we can't promise to return any.
A celebration of 60 years of BBC Children's programmes with John Craven.
Nostalgia with Larry the Lamb, Out with Romany, Andy Pandy, Whirligig, The Flower Pot Men, Sooty, Pinky and Perky, All Your Own, Billy Bunter, Tammy Troot, Lulu the Elephant, Noel Edmonds, Tony Hart, Johnny Morris, Johnny Ball, Isla St Clair, Roy Castle and 500 tap dancers.
[Photo caption] Above, clockwise, Crackerjack, Blue Peter, Vision On, Jennings, The Flower Pot Men, Sooty, Whirligig, Postman Pat, Pinky and Perky, The Magic Roundabout, Muffin the Mule and Grange Hill
Requiem Cliff blames himself following the crash of the Wentworth Company jet in which his mother had taken his place in a further attempt to help him fight J.R. The accident shocks everyone but it also provides an opportunity for anyone unscrupulous enough to take advantage of it.
Poster, £1.75, from BBC Publicity, 10 Cavendish Place, London WlA IAA
The last of a six-part serial by JOHN BRASON
Based on a story idea by ARDEN WINCH starring
The hunt becomes a real moor stalking.... and it is over to Captain Percival to stop the killer.
Film cameraman ALEC CURTIS Studio lighting joiin MORRANS Designer CAMPBELL GORDON Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director michael HAYES
Chief Superintendent Franks:
Chief Inspector Perry:
Mister ' X ':
Introduced by Harry Carpenter
The top events, personalities and stories from home and abroad.
The White Turf: British National Hunt jockeys have endured and survived the dangers of their sport under many different conditions but none more unusual than those they faced last weekend.
TONY cunuA reports from St Moritz on a remarkable experience, racing on ice.
International Amateur Boxing: from Bletchley. England v Sweden The home side can expect tough opposition for the George Wimpey Trophy from the Swedish contingent in a fixture which has been revived after a lapse of several years.
Commentator DESMOND LYNAM
Television presentation: Boxing BOB DUNCAN
Producer ROGER MOODY Editor HAROLD ANDERSON
The first of seven editions of a new late-night series with conversation and music from the Greenwood Theatre.
Tim Rice says: ' I'm basically a fan, and what I want to do in these programmes is to convey some of my enthusiasm for other people.'
Designer DAVID BUCKINGHAM Director PHILIP CHILVERS
Producer DAVID F. TURNBULL
Executive producer FRANCES WHITAKER
and the Mandrell Sisters
Tonight Barbara welcomes Conway Twitty to her style of country music. Also appearing are those temperamental virtuosi - Truk Shakly and the Texas Critters.
Produced by ERNEST CHAMBERS
A CROFFT ENTERTAINMENT production
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