Frank Bough and Selina Scott invite you to start your day with Breakfast Time and its mix of news, comment, weather, traffic and sport.
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 with Russell Grant between 8.30 and 8.45
Food and Cooking with Glynn Christian between 8.45 and 9.0
Pop with Mike Smith between 7.30 and 7.45
Five natural history quiz programmes in which Michael Jordan invites you to test your own knowledge against that of the experts: Malcolm Coe , Michael Boorer and Sheila Anderson
Producer JOHN DOBSON. BBC Bristol
10.15 Maths File. Area
10.38 Home Economics Vitamin C
11.0 Words and Pictures
Miss Jump the Jockey
11.17 The Music Arcade
Folk Tunes and the Violin
11.40 Read On!
In Your Own Time
12.3 Russian Language and People Learn a little Russian and look at life in the Soviet Union: 17
Four programmes about the pioneering days of television outside broadcasts narrated by John Craven
3: ... on this Historic Day
Just as radio broadcast royal and state events, so too did the infant television service.
Assistant producer MICHAEL PARKER Producer MARTIN L. BELL
with Tony Hart and Morph 9:
Wood Wood grain, real and home-made, chopping wood karate-style, a hand-carved bow tie and trouble with shelves.
Designer des CHINN
Director JANE TARLETOM
Producer CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON
The second of Six episodes by ROBERT WESTALL dramatised by WILLIAM CORLETT
Chas continues to make friends with Nicky but at some cost to himself.
Make-up artist MO haynes
Film eameraman DAVID FEIG Designer MARJORIE PRATT
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director COLIN CANT
Questionmaster David Coleman
Willie Carson and Bill Beaumont are joined by Sammy Lee ,
Johnny Francome , Mandy Jones and John Scott for this week's programme. Executive producer HAZEL lewthwaite Director PETER HAYWARD Producer MIKE ADLEY
by Roy Clarke
Starring Ronnie Barker and David Jason
with Lynda Baron
Brothers and Sisters
With Bobby and Pam already living apart, someone is scheming to ensure the break-up of their marriage. Clayton has sold the Southern Cross and Ellie is helping him to find a new home in Dallas.
Written by WILL LORIN
Directed by LARRY HAGMAN
Stars Barbara Bel
Old Wives' Tales
Retold by Noel Dilly
Does thunder make the milk go sour? Do frogs and cows really know when it's going to rain? Are bee stings good for rheumatism? And why should a dog worry about getting too close to a walnut tree? PROFESSOR DILLY enthusiastically travels the Cotswolds on the track of the old wives. He takes a light-hearted look at some of the tales our grandmothers told us. Do these time-tested rules of rural life work? Well. he tries to answer that too.
Film cameraman MIKE SHEPHERD. Film editor JIM LATHAM
Series editor MICK RHODES Producer JOHN LYNCH
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
Introduced by Harry Carpenter
European Football: Highlights of one of tonight's European Cup Quarter-final matches where a British club is playing.
Britain has four clubs involved: Champions' Cup: ASTON VILLA, the holders, and LIVERPOOL
Cup Winners' Cup: ABERDEEN UEFA Cup: DUNDEE UNITED Commentator BARRY DAVIES
Boxing: FRANK BRUNO again topped the bill at the Royal Albert Hall , London, last night and was looking to prove his worth against a top class opponent after demolishing his first 12 in very rapid fashion.
Television presentation: Football JOHN SHREWSBURY Boxing BOB DUNCAN
Producer ROGER MOODY Editor HAROLD ANDERSON
Lyricist and slow left-arm bowler Tim Rice invites you to join him and his special guests for conversation, music and entertainment from the Greenwood Theatre in London.
Designer david BUCKINGHAM Director PHILIP CHILVERS
Producer DAVID f. TURNBULL
Executive producer FRANCES whitaker
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