with Frank Bough and Nick Ross , who with Debbie Rix , have the latest Election news, and look ahead to the political agenda for the coming day. Plus the major electoral issues that will make today's headlines from the hustings.
Weather at 6.31,6.57,7.27,7.57,8.27 Sport at 6.42, 7.18, 8.18
Regional News, weather and trame at 6.45, 7.15, 7.45, 8.15
Getting Britain Fit between 6.45 and 7.0
Review of the Papers: 7.32, 8.32
Your Stars between 8.30 and 8.45 .
BBCl goes across to Radio 4's phone-in programme, and for the first time television viewers have the chance to join
Sir Robin Day and radio listeners in asking senior politicians about their party's policies and campaign promises.
Lines open from 8.0 each weekday morning during the campaign. Television presentation SUE MCMAHON
Producers PETER ESTALL , CURlS LONGLEY
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The Fort George Volunteers
11.5 Near and Far Tundra
Wales and the Americas
Patagonia 3: The Fading of the Dream The Welsh colony is now
118 years old. What is life like in Patagonia today?
Presented by NOREEN BRAY Producer J. PHILIP DAVIES
The 1983 Walker Cup
Great Britain and Ireland v USA
The final day which will decide whether the iron grip of the United States amateur team can be loosened on this historic trophy donated for competition by George Herbert Walker , President of the USGA in the early 1920s. Domination of this morning's foursomes by the home side will be essential if the Royal Liverpool Golf Club is to see a historic victory.
Commentators HARRY CARPENTER PETER ALLISS , CLIVE CLARK
BRUCE CRITCHLEY and ALEX HAY
RICHARD TILLING , ALASTAIR SCOTT
Executive producer HAROLD ANDERSON
with Richard Whitmore and Anne Diamond Weather MIKE FISH
1.0-1.5 (Scotland only) The Scottish News
1.2 Regional News
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
The 1983 Walker Cup Further coverage
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds
Cosmo and Dibs imagine being weightless and going to the moon. With MAGGIE OLLERENSHAW and FRANCES KAY , FRANCIS WRIGHT
Puppets made by TIM ROSE
Producer RICIIARD CALLANAN
2.15 Music Time
2.40 Computer Club
The Computer and the Art Historian
A look at Britain from the air Eastern Approach by STUART HOOD
Scarborough ... the first British seaside resort. Bridlington ... Charlotte Bronte saw the sea here for the first time - and wept. Grimsby ... a great fishing port - a busy, noisy, thriving town; yet from the sea on a misty day it looks like a romantic Italian city.
When Stuart Hood was 12 years old his father took him from Mon. trose, in Angus, by sea to London. The Bird's Eye View helicopter follows the route of his journey of discovery south: over the salmon boats, the red cliffs and abbey of Arbroath, the lighthouses, the islands and castles of Berwick and Northumberland, the black beaches of Durham, the beautiful lonely flatlands of Lincolnshire and Norfolk, the Suffolk coast of Peter Grimes , the birds and fisher-boys of Essex mudflats - and then into London's river.
Narrator Gordon Jackson
Producer JENNIFER JEREMY
Series editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF
A programme for children under 5 Story: A Way for Badgers by RUTH CRAFT Presenters
Carol Chell and Chris Tranchell
A cartoon series
Today: Package Deal
A serial in 26 parts
Heidi has been happy living in the Swiss mountains. But now she has come to Germany to be companion to Klara, a rich but crippled girl. 6: The Sesemann House
Produced by INTERTEL TELEVISION a.g.
English version directed by LOUIS ELMAN for LEAH INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTIONS
with Simon Groom , Sarah Greene Peter Duncan and Janet Ellis
I Do Like to be Beside the Seaside! Janet's day by the sea turns into a series of slapstick stunts as Peter tries out some of the famous gags of the silent movie days.
Producer RENNY RYE Editor BIDDY BAXTER
Frances Coverdale ; Weatherman
Look NorthWest, Midlands Today
SSSrtSSSS* Wales Today and at 6.25
SUE LAWLEY, RICHARD KERSHAW and HUGH scuLLY on the news stones 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)
Presented by Peter Macann
Maggie Philbin , Kieran Prendiville and Judith Hann
FIONA BOLMES , CYNTHIA PAGE, DAVID DUGAN MARTIN MORTIMORE Editor DAVID FILKIN
Introduced by Peter Powell and Pat Sharp
Top 40 on Ceefax page 170
Videobooks Toyah - Good Morning Universe (BBCV 3019) and Toyah at the Rainbow (BBCV 3012) from retailers
The school has to learn to adjust to a blind voice teacher who inspires the students by teaching them not to give up but alienates the staff with his aggressive and overbearing approach.
Wriitten by lino* elstao Directed by MEL swope
The Kids from Fame Live (record note 003. cassette kisz 003) from retailers
Barry Took with your comments in the programme you help to write.
Producer YVONNE HEWETT
Please send letters to [address removed]
Book (some title). 50p from booksellers
and Campaign Report
Michael Buerk with developments at home and abroad.
Fred Emery with the latest on the Election Campaign. Weatherman
A series in 13 episodes
Julian is a young man with everything; money, looks, a successful career. But his girlfriend Carol keeps showing signs of independence - and what if mother doesn't like her? In the court, Donald's counsel attempts to recover some lost ground.
8: Julian by PETER WHALLEY
Mafceup designer MARTHAL VESLEY Designer ANDREW DAVIES Producer COLIN TUCKER
Courtroom sequences directed by PETER DUGUID
Julian's story directed by CAROL WISEMAN
In Julian's story: Julian Spears:
In the Court:Judge:
Clerk of the court:
The Jurors:Mick Thompson:
with Sir Robin Day
Sixty minutes of political argument in the second week of the General Election Campaign. Sir Robin Day chairs the popular weekly debate between leading political figures and the British public.
Tonight from Manchester
Producer LIZ ELTON Director ANN MORLEY
Editor BARBARA MAXWELL