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: Breakfast Time

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: 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

Contributors

Introduced By: Frank Bough
Introduced By: Selina Scott
Unknown: Bob Friend

: For Schools, Colleges

9.0 Artists in Print
1: Etching
9.30 Dicho y hecho
Talking about Yourself
9.48 Mathscore Two
Numbers Growing
10.10 Look and Read. Fair Ground! 6: Where is Rachel?
10.35 Religious and Moral Education 11-13: Resource Units World Best Seller
11.0 Watch
Making a TV Programme
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

: News After Noon

Richard Whitmore , Jane Franchi Weather JIM BACON

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Whitmore
Unknown: Jane Franchi
Unknown: Weather Jim Bacon

: Regional News

(London and SE: Financial Report and News Headlines with subtitles)

: Pebble Mill at One

In the bright and informal atmosphere of the Pebble Mill foyer, the regular presenting team introduce another edition of the live and lively lunchtime magazine.
Editor PETER KERCOMBE BBC Pebble Mill

: Fingerbobs

A See-Saw programme

: You and Me

A Working Day
JANET SORENSEN takes Shane and his friends to See the factory where his dad works.
Story GILLY MEREDITH
Producer ROY THOMPSON
The Second You and Me Book, £2.50 from booksellers

Contributors

Unknown: Janet Sorensen
Producer: Roy Thompson

: For Schools, Colleges

2.15 Read On!
Following the Trail .
2.40 Communicate!
Journalists

: J.M.Barrie Lived Here

Gordon Jackson visits places that "Were of special importance to
J.M. Barrie the cottage in Kirriemuir, where his family lived, and the little wash-house, which was to inspire Barrie to create the original Wendy House. He talks about the people, places and events which formed the complex personality of the author of Peter Pan.
Directed by JANE COLES
Produced by DAVID HEYCOCK

Contributors

Unknown: Gordon Jackson
Unknown: J.M. Barrie
Unknown: Peter Pan.
Directed By: Jane Coles
Produced By: David Heycock

: Songs of Praise

from the Parish Church of St Luke, Battersea
Forty days and forty nights (Aus der Tlefe); What wondrous love is this, 0 my soul (Wendrous love): Streets of London; All for Jesus (All for Jesus); Just as I am (Woodworth); Praise to the holiest in the height (Richmond); 0 love, how deep, how broad, how high! (Mach's mit mir Gott); 0 sacred head. sore wounded (Passion Chorale) Conductor JOHN ELENOR
Film director SIMON HAMMOND Producer DAVID KREMER
Series producer jim MURRAY

Contributors

Conductor: John Elenor
Director: Simon Hammond
Producer: David Kremer
Producer: Jim Murray

: Play School

: Yogi Bear

Show Biz Bear
Yogi dreams of finding fame and fortune as a film star.

: Jackanory

with Bernard Holley
Jonny Briggs and the Galloping Wedding by JOAN EADINGTON Part 2: Disappearing Acts

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Holley
Unknown: Jonny Briggs

: Animal Magic

Introduced by Johnny Morris and TERRY NUTKINS
Seventy years ago, if you had a pet that was ill, the animal either died or got better of its own accord. About that time a society was founded to help animal owners who were too poor to afford a vet-the PDSA. Today, Johnny visits a modern PDSA clinic in east London on a busy day, but looks at things from the pet's point of view.
And in response to your letters about the baby panda in Madrid Zoo which we showed a few weeks ago; there's a second chance to see one of the world's most famous baby animals.
Producer MIKE BEYNON. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Introduced By: Johnny Morris
Introduced By: Terry Nutkins
Producer: Mike Beynon.

: Grange Hill

A series of 18 programmes Part 15 by JANE HOLLOWOOD
N2 go to Wales to take part in an Outward Bound course. The challenge proves to be not just a physical one. Devised by PHIL REDMOND film cameraman EUGENE CAR Producer KENNY MCBAIN
( For cast see Friday at 5.5 pm)
Book Grange Hill Home and Away £5.75-from booksellers

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Hollowood
Producer: Kenny McBain

: Evening News

with Moira Stuart Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Moira Stuart

: Regional news magazines

Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today South East at Six, Points West
South Today, Spotlight South West and at 6.25
Nationwide
RICHARD KERSHAW reports on the news stories that matter and what they mean for the people of Britain, with films and features from the programme's team of reporters nationwide: PATTIE COLDWELL , ANNE DIAMOND , JOHN HITCHINS , JAMES HOGG , MARSHALL LEE , TONY WILKIN -SON and NICHOLAS WOOLLEY
(Regional details as Monday)

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: Pattie Coldwell
Unknown: Anne Diamond
Unknown: John Hitchins
Unknown: James Hogg
Unknown: Marshall Lee
Unknown: Tony Wilkin
Unknown: Nicholas Woolley

: Doctor Who: Terminus: Part 3

starring Peter Davison
A four-part story by Steve Gallagher
Will Nyssa survive?
(Part 4 tomorrow at 6.45 pm)
Subtitles on Ceefax page 170

Contributors

Writer: Steve Gallagher
Script Editor: Eric Saward
Designer: Dick Coles
Producer: John Nathan-Turner
Director: Mary Ridge
The Doctor: Peter Davison
Tegan: Janet Fielding
Turlough: Mark Strickson
Kari: Liza Goddard
Valgard: Andrew Burt
Olvir: Dominic Guard
The Garm: R.J. Bell
Nyssa: Sarah Sutton
Sigurd: Tim Munro
Inia: Rachael Weaver
Eirak: Martin Potter
Bor: Peter Benson
Black Guardian: Valentine Dyall
Tannoy voice: Martin Muncaster

: Vox Pop

From rich to poor, young or old, left wing to right, employed or not, Vox Pop has a view on domestic issues and national events.
A weekly documentary serial concerning the private lives and public thoughts of some of the people of Darwen, Lancashire.
Who will be saying what about whom this week?
Photography MIKE SPOONER , LAWRENCE RUSH Film editors DAVE KING , ANDREW WILLSMORE Production team IAN FOTTS , LINDA CLEEVE Producer PAUL WATSON

Contributors

Unknown: Mike Spooner
Editors: Dave King
Unknown: Ian Fotts
Producer: Paul Watson

: Terry and June

by John Kane
Six programmes starring Terry Scott and June Whitfield
Studio lighting BRIAN CLEMETT Studio sound JOHN HOLMES
Designer GLORIA CLAYTON'
Produced and directed by PETER WHITMORE

Contributors

Unknown: John Kane
Unknown: Terry Scott
Unknown: John Holmes
Designer: Gloria Clayton
Directed By: Peter Whitmore
Terry: Terry Scott
June: June Whitfield
Sir Dennis Hodge: Reginald Marsh
French officer: Gareth Armstrong
Railwayman: Ben Howard

: Great Little Railways .

Seven films exploring narrow-gauge railways around the worlij. 2: The Other Poland
Narrator Brian Blessed
A journey through Poland during the heatwave summer of 1982. Martial law was in force.' Lech Walesa was in detention/ But the battered little steam train d7 chukchas - plunge into u side where people can still taRe- ■'&.": private road to freedom, growing their own food, brewing homemade vodka, retreating into an ' inner exile'.
Film cameraman DAVID JACKSON Film sound MALCOLM HILL
Film editor PATRICK HAGGERTY Series producer COLIN ADAMS Producer LYN WEBSTER

Contributors

Unknown: Lech Walesa
Unknown: David Jackson
Editor: Patrick Haggerty
Producer: Colin Adams
Producer: Lyn Webster

: Nine O'Clock News

with Michael Buerk ; Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Buerk

: Masada The last of four programmes

General Flavius SilvaPeter O'Tooie Eleazar Ben YairPeter Strauss
ShevaBarbara Carrera Falco David Warner 4: General Silva has overthrown, the inhuman Senator Falco and reasserted his authority over the Tenth Legion He still yearns for an honourable settlement but time has run out - Eleazar Ben Yair has learned all too well that the word of an honourable antagonist is worthless before the pitiless might of Rome The bitter struggle for freedom must be played out in all its tragic finality
Written by JOEL OLIANSKY Directed by BORIS SAGAL

Contributors

Written By: Joel Oliansky
Directed By: Boris Sagal
Attius: Clive Francis
Aaron: Alan Feinstein
Miriam: Giulia Pagano
Ephraim: Richard Pierson
Gideon: Paul L Smith
Shimon: David Opatoshu
Jerahmeel: Joseph Wiseman
Fronto: Ken Hutchison
Butcher: Reuben Bar Yotam
Plinius: Warren Clarke
Lentius: Ray Smith
Chief priest: Vernon Dobtcheff
Reuben: David A Block
Ezra: Michael Shillo

: People and Power

Presented by David Dimbleby with film reports from Bill Kerr Elliott and Stephen Bradshaw.
Including this week...
Polling the Pollsters: opinion polls have become a big business. They help determine attitudes, policies, even the timing of elections. Their critics say they are inaccurate, misleading and ought to be banned in the run up to the General Election...
And an interview with David Steel, MP, Leader of the Liberal Party.

Contributors

Presenter: David Dimbleby
Reporter: Bill Kerr Elliott
Reporter: Stephen Bradshaw
Interviewee: David Steel, MP
Director: Sue McMahon
Deputy Editor: Colin Martin
Editor: Richard Tait

: News Headlines

: Phil Silvers

as Sergeant Bilko

: Weatherman









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