Frank Bough and Nick Ross invite you to make an early morning date with them.
In the relaxed and informal atmosphere of the Breakfast Time studio Frank and Nick play host to the well-known faces who are making the news today.
Debbie Rlx and the BBC news team bring you the stories and the pictures that will make today s headlines.
The weather forecast comes from Francis Wilson , and sports news from David Icke.
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 tramc at 6.45, 7.15, 7.45, 8.15
Review of the Papers and look ahead to the coming day at 7.32 and 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
This is America between 7.45 and 8.0
9.10 Alles klar
Talking About Yourself
9.27 Geography Casebook: Britain
Upland Country (North Wales) < Repeat
9.48 The History Trail
The Village Improvers
10.10 Science Workshop
Basic Patterns B
10.32 Scene. And they all lived happily together
Out of Work
11.55 Under the Weather
2: Among the Clouds
with Richard Whitmore and Jane Franchi
Weather MICHAEL FISH
(London and SE: Financial Report and News Headlines with subtitles)
With DONNY MACLEOD , BOB LANGLEY MARIAN FOSTER , MARJORIE LOFTHOl SE
A See-Saw programme by JOANNE AND MICHAEL COLE
Gran may not be very good at knitting, but when she gets going there's no stopping her.
Music and lyrics by BRYAN DALY Animation by DEREK MOGFORD
Designed and directed by IVOR WOOD
A See-Saw programme
Off roaders come in buggies and front wheel drive cars to take part in a crazy cross country rally. Narrated by BEN THOMAS
Film editor ROLAND ARMISTRONG MUSiC bv MICHAEL OMER
Production assistant JILLIE SUTTON Producer MICHAEL COLE
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds My Day
2.15 Music Time
2.40 British Social History
The Man who made the Labour Party
The third of six vignettes from the 1981 Festival of music and dance, in Sidmouth, east Devon. featuring SOMERVILLE GENTLEMEN'S BAND; BOB ROBERTS ; PITEBYGDENS FOLKDANSLAG KADRELL 'N (from Holland); HERITAGE; CZUPLAK UKRAINIAN DANCERS (from Nottingham)
Sound PETER ROSE
Producer TONY STAVEACRE. BBC Bristol
with Phil Drabble
A series of five programmes about working dogs and their owners. 3: Gun Dogs
PIIIL DRABBLE delves into the working life of retrievers and spaniels. whose traditional role is to be a perfect partner to the sporting countryman. Phil looks at the background to their training and attends a field trial at which some of the best retrievers and dog-handlers in Britain compete under the testing conditions of open country.
Director ROBIN HELLIER
Producer PETER CRAWFORD BBC Bristol
Story: The Runaway Tram Written by PEGGY BLAKELEY Illustrated by KOTA TANIUCHI Presenters
Carol Chell , lain Lauchlan
Cartoon series. Ice Box Raider
with Bernard Holley
Jonny Briggs and the Galloping Wedding by JOAN EADINGTON 4: An Awful Row
Pheline of the Rock Opera; The Great Space Chase, Chapter 8 of 16; Captain Nemo-Oh-Oh
with Simon Groom
Sarah Greene and Peter Duncan
Assistant editor IAN OLlVER Editor BIDDY BAXTER
Paddington Clears the Coach by MICHAEL BOND Narrated by MICHAEL HORDERN
Animated and directed by IVOR WOOD MUSIC by HERBERT CHAPPELL
Executive producer GRAHAM CLUTTERBUCK
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 for the people of Britain, with films and features from around the United Kingdom.
Including Speak for Yourself, the 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 science and technology.
Presented by Maggie Philhin
Kieran Prendiville , Judith Hann and Peter Macann
Producers CYNTHIA PAGE , DAVID DUGAN MARTIN MORTIMORE , FIONA HOLMES Editor DAVID FILKIN
Introduced by Dave Lee Travis and Andy Peebles
Sound BOB FOLEY
Lighting BERT POSTLETHWAITE Designer JOHN ANDERSON
Produced and directed by MICHAEL HURLL
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Written by RAY CAMERON
BARRY CRYER. KENNY EVERETT
Tonight Kenny Everett returns with the first show of a new series of fun and frolics all designed to keep you in stitches for the next eight weeks. What's that I hear you say? You couldn't care less!
So what!!! Neither do we ... You seem like an intelligent person. Why don't we have lunch sometime?
Sound GRAHAM WILKINSON Lighting DEREK SLEE
Designers MARTIN COLLINS DAVID HITCHCOCK
Producer BILL WILSON
The last of six programmes by ALEX SHEARER starring Robin Nedwell with David Battley
Jacqueline Tong , David Williams Special guest appearances by Bill Simpson , Jack Watson
All that stands between Harry and a holiday for two in Barbados as Salesman of the Year is just one order from McTaggart Supermarkets, but his sales techniques are no match for Charles McTaggart's sales resistance. All seems lost until a young Scots mother (with a striking resemblance to McTaggart) calls upon Harry's superior intelligence in a rather unexpected delivery.
MUSiC DEREK WARNE
Film cameraman FRED HAMILTON
Film editor HEATHER SMALL Studio lighting ALAN HORNE Designer DINAH WALKER
Produced and directed by ALAN J. w. BELL
with John Humphrys ; Weatherman
by A. J. Cronin, dramatised in ten parts by Don Shaw
starring Ben Cross, Clare Higgins
6: 'I'm not doing spare time work again. Oh no, no more of that. I'm a professional doctor. That's Why we've come here... Chris, I'm not being pushed about any longer...'
Music composed by:
Sir William Dewar:
Sir Robert Abbey:
with Sir Robin Day
The weekly hour of topical debate when the people get their chance to question the public personalities on the issues of the moment. With SIR ROBIN DAY tonight are: Sir Edward Gardner , MP Ken Livingstone
Professor A. J. P. Taylor Polly Toynbee
Producer BARBARA MAXWELL
A. J. P.
Loss of a child,
In the first of two programmes on coming to terms with bereavement Claire Rayner talks to Pat and Nick who had a stillborn baby; to Nigel and Hilary who lost their daughter when she was three; and to Pat whose son was killed in a motorcycle accident at the age of 18. Researcher MANDY CUNLIFFE Film editor PETER PIERCE Producer BERNARD ADAMS