Introduced today by Nick Ross, Selina Scott.
Today's regular features include: Breakfast Time's doctor, Richard Smith, and gardening with Don Hoyle.
News at 6.30, 7.0, 7.30, 8.0, 8.30 with headlines on every quarter hour with Andrew Harvey
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 a took ahead to the day at 7.32 and 8.32
The Breakfast Time Doctor between 6.45 and 7.0
Getting Britain Fit between 6.45 and 7.0
Tonight's TV between 7.15 and 7.30
Gardening between 7.30 and 7.45
Your Stars between 8.30 and 8.45
Food and Cooking between 8.45 and 9.0
9.25 Higher Education Student Life
9.52 Sex Education Birth
The second of three sex-education programmes for 8-9-year-olds in schools including film of a human birth. It also includes brief sequences showing the hatching of chicks and the birth of kittens.
Introduced by RICHARD CARPENTER With MELISSA DOCKER
Producer CLAIRE CHOVIL (.Repeat)
10.15 Home Economics Vitamin C
10.40-10.45 Mind Stretchers Solution: Houses
11.0 Capricorn Game
A serial adventure: 2
11.19 Hyn o Fyd. Natur. Yr Wylan (Ail-ddartlectiad. This World)
11.40 Going to Work: Life and Social Skills. At Work
12.3 Let's Go. 2: Let's Look After Our Clothes
Richard Whitmore; Anne Diamond
Weather Michael Fish
12.55-1.0 (Scotland only) The Scottish News
12.57 Regional News (London and SE only: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
including Peter Seabrook with advice from his Dig This garden.
The Biggest Epidemic of Our Time
A shortened version of the Man Alive film about road accidents and their victims.
Series producer ROGER TONGE
2.35 Living in a Developing Country: Ghana
With his finger-tip controls, 'sleeper' cab, and the luxury of continental motorway facilities, Bob McAngus - juggernaut lorry driver - is an aristocrat among routiers.
But to be a succesful aristocrat he must also know a thing or two about the ways of the world, and in one mission, a journey from Felixstowe to Trieste, McAngus shows how juggernaut drivers deal with the complicated web of Common Market regulations - and how to offer those international gestures of goodwill.
(First shown on BBC2)
Story: The Groggs' Day Out by Roy and Anne Bentley
Presenters Carol Chell, Andrew Secombe
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Today: The Pyramid of Peril and Dr Morton's Monster
Ivan the Ninny based on a traditional Russian tale by VERONICA CECIL
Tired of being thought a fool by his father and brothers, Ivan sails off to find his fortune. But only a ninny with the luck of the devil could make that fortune in the way Ivan does....
Producer ANGELA BEECHING
Director CHRISTINE SECOMBE
The last of four programmes with John Craven
In 1940, when a German invasion was expected daily and London was being bombed, quietly and secretly in an Oxford laboratory, Howard Florey was working on a vital discovery: how to turn penicillin into a safe and reliable medicine. The astonishing cures this new drug achieved soon became front-page news and even to scientists it seemed like a miracle.
Many of the people who worked with Florey are still alive and in today's Breakthrough programme they share their memories of the exciting moments of discovery with John Craven.
Told by Richard Briers
with Jan Leeming
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today South East at Six, Points West
South Today, Spotlight South West Scene Around Six
Reporting Scotland, Wales Today and at 6.22
The current affairs programme which each weekday evening links London with the regions, presented by the Nationwide team of SUE LAWLEY and HUGH SCULLY At 6.45 Sportswide with Desmond Lynam
Producers MICHAEL HOGAN , PAUL woolwicb Deputy editors PHILIP HARDING , IAN SQUIRES Editor ROGER BOLTON
by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey
starring Richard Briers, Felicity Kendal and Penelope Keith with Paul Eddington
Tom's philosophy of life attracts two young disciples, but not permanently he hopes.
with Paul Daniels
A quiz show
Will last week's champion manage to beat the challenge of five new contestants as they all try to find which word, picture or music clue Is the odd one out?
Produced by arrangement with Ralph Edwards Productions and Action Time Ltd
Based on an original format devised by:
Noel Edmonds re-creates a magical moment in the life of a famous person with the help of their friends, family and colleagues... together with the atmosphere of that time as remembered by other people who found themselves in the news of the day... the music-makers and television stars, the scandal-makers and ordinary people... all having the time of their lives.
This week: Henry Cooper remembers 18 June 1963 with the help of his wife Albina, his twin brother George Cooper, Harry Carpenter, Alan Freeman with Pick of the Pops, Gerry and the Pacemakers with "I like it", Robert Dougall reading the news, Christine Keeler, the vicar who banned jeans from the youth club, and the men who invented the first home video recorder.
Gerry and the
by JEREMY LLOYD and DAVID CROFT
Memories Are Made of This
Mr Walpole , the handsome golf pro, shows Captain Peacock how to swing a club - and Mrs Slocombe is holed in one. starring .. co-starring featuring and Designer
Executive producer DAVID CROFT
Produced and directed by BOB SPIERS
with Michael Buerk and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world.
Weekend Weather Michael Fish
Jane Doe No 37
Chris takes an interest in the case of a murdered down-and-out who tried to give information to the police before she died.
Mary Beth Lacey:
Isles Apart: The Isles of Scilly
Free from frost, famed for their flower industry, their sub-tropical gardens bathed in colour all year. Andrew Cooper discovers why the Isles of Scilly became known as 'The Fortunate Islands'.
Mightier than the Sword.... Henry Williamson: First of three programmes about the life and times of eminent west country writers.
Don't Fence Me In with Michael Jordan and Anne Dawson. Today, a look at the Don't Fence Me In do-it-yourself nature reserve, and a report on the background to the anti-angling lobby.
Day Out: Gwyn Richard visits Lyme Regis, a seaside town made internationally famous by the filming of "The French Lieutenant's Woman".
Midlands Tonight: News and issues behind the headlines presented from Birmingham by Mike Dornan with Anne Brown.
Weekend: What's on, where and why, presented by John Mountford
Outlook: The fifth of six programmes.
Peter Oppenheimer seeks to discover the outlook for the health and social services.
Gardeners' Direct Line Live phone-in programme: Geoffrey Smith and Dr Stefan Buczacki are in the studio. Ring Leeds [number removed], lines open from 7.0 pm.
Presenter John Thirlwell
Coast to Coast: Introduced by Eric Robson
A look at how a group of opera-lovers persuaded Placido Domingo to play Cavaradossi in Puccini's Tosca on Tyneside.
Spotlight: The current affairs programme presented by David Dunseith and Barry Cowan
The Beechgrove Garden: George Barron and Jim McColl plant varieties of tomato in grow-bags and pots and outline the care and attention needed.
from the Wembley Arena.
Amateur boxing's night of the year, as Britain's best boxers compete for national titles and a chance in the future to compete for international honours in the Olympic Games in Los Angeles next year.