starts your day with half-an-hour of news, sport, weather and travel available to all viewers, whether or not they have teletext sets.
Frank Bough and Selina Scott are the 'Breakfast Time hosts to people and personalities making the headlines.
News with Andrew Harvey : 6.30,
7.0, 7.30, 8.0, 8.30 with headlines on every quarter hour
Weather with Francis Wilson :
6.31, 6.57, 7.27, 7.57, 8.27
Sport with David Icke : 6.42, 7.18,
Regional News, weather and traffic:
6.45, 7.15, 7.45, 8.15
Getting Britain Fit with Diana Moran between 6.45 and 7.0
Tonight's TV between 7.15 and 7.30 Consumer Holiday Feature between 7.30 and 7.45
Review, of the Papers and a look ahead to the day: 7.32 and 8.32
Your Stars with Russell Grant between 8.30 and 8.45
Food and Cooking with Glynn Christian between 8.45 and 9.0
Introducing the numbers 3 and 5. Marine's Piano by CHRIS ABUK
Presenter CHARUBALA CHOKSHI
The 1983 Prudential World Cup England v Pakistan from Lord's
India v Australia from Trent Bridge
Peter West and Tony Lewis introduce coverage of the matches at Lord's and Trent Bridge together with the latest scores from the other games: New Zealand v Sri Lanka at Bristol, West Indies v Zimbabwe at Worcester
Merry-go-Round. Sun Savers
The sun is our largest power station. With a bit of care the sun could be the answer to many of our energy problems. Producer JILL GLINDON REED
Series producer EDWARD HAYWARD
11.42 Tout compris
A la pêche; d l'unisson; a la fete du quatorze juillet
12.0 Mind Stretchers
with Richard Whitmore and Sandi Marshall Weather BILL GILES
1.27 Regional News
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
A See-Saw programme. (Repeat)
Further coverage from Lord's and Trent Bridge
Words and Pictures The Flood is Coming
' The flood is coming and we shall all be drowned,' yells the tortoise and alarms all the animals who fly for their lives. A wise lion stems the panic and establishes the true facts.
Animation LEO BELTOFT
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON
with Paul McDowell
with Simon Groom, Sarah Greene, Peter Duncan and Janet Ellis
Barbecue Special: Banana chocolate, nutty burgers, barbecue parcels and apple delight are just a few of the favourite outdoor recipes sent by Blue Peter viewers to test on the barbecue Simon and Peter built. Percy Thrower has nobly agreed to be taster-in-chief and Goldie will be standing by to mop up.
with Moira Stuart Weatherman
Look East with Judi Lines
Look North (Newcastle) with Mike Neville
Look North (Leeds) with Harry Gration , Mike Smartt
Judith Stamper , John Thirlwell
Look North West with Stuart Hall Midlands Today with Alan Towers and Kay Alexander
South East at Six with Sue Cook Laurie Mayer and Fran Morrison
Points West with Graham Purches Gerald Haycock and Vivien Creegor South Today with Bruce Parker and Jennl Murray
Spotlight South West with Chris Denham and Fern Britton Scene Around Six with Sean Rafferty Reporting Scotland with Mary Marquis Wales Today with Noreen Bray and Chris Morgan
Throughout the week Sue Lawley, Richard Kershaw and Hugh Scully bring you the issues that matter and the topics that entertain with BBC studios and reporting teams around Britain.
Producers MICHAEL HOGAN , PAUL WOOLWICH Deputy editors PHILIP HARDING , IAN SQUIRES Editor ROGER BOLTON
LONDON AND SCOTLAND Living Legends: Dick Whittington
Magnus Magnusson traces the history of the real Richard Whittington - a skilful, medieval business-man.
SOUTH WEST Our Undersea World
The Raising of Holland 1: Britain's first submarine sank off the Eddy-stone Rock 70 years ago. Sandi Marshall followed her salvage last year from the seabed to her present place of honour.
SOUTH South Sport
David Icke introduces John Ackroyd, designer of Thrust 2, and Derek Warwick , racing driver; Neil Coppendale visits Chris Carter ; Chris Law reports on sailing; Marie Thomas finds out about tug-of-war.
WEST A Fair Stint of the River
A film of last year's 100-mile raft race down the River Wye from Hay to Chepstow.
MIDLANDS The Dog Show
Dennis McCarthy visits a dog sanctuary at Frisby and looks at guide dog training. Joe Braddon looks at hunting dogs. Vet Don Haxby answers your questions, and Chas finally makes it.
EAST It's Your Image
The annual competition for BBC East cine awards. Judges: Malcolm Freegard and Bernard Ashby. Presented by Anne Gregg
NORTH WEST The Brass Beat
Roy Castle follows the beat and explains the background. Tonight Harry Mortimer joins Foden's OTS Band, the north west champions.
NORTH EAST Heroes
Baritone Thomas Allen tells Eric Robson of the heroes he has admired, from childhood in Seaham to fame in concerts and opera.
NORTH A Voyage Between Two Seas
Along the Ouse and Humber to the Sea: the last lap aboard a Humber keel and a pilot cutter, with Pete Morgan.
NORTHERN IRELAND Wise Crack
Paul Maxwell chairs a debate on the future with the Youth Advisory Group. Athens holiday winners are announced; 'stop smoking' volunteers result.
With Maeve Murphy , Mark Robson and The Blue Terrapins
WALES Make it Work
Linda Mitchell and David Parry Jones present new ideas for beating the recession biues.
starring and guest starring
A blinding flash of light in the desert, an ear-splitting noise, a column of white smoke and a top scientist lies dead. Does Matt have to deal with extra-terrestrial visitors before he solves the mystery?
Written by CALVIN CLEMENTS JR Directed by BARBARA PETERS
C J Parsons:
Dr Ivar Mardosian:
Presented by Richard Lindley
In the aftermath of the election campaign, Michael Cockerell goes behind the leadership contest and the arguments over policy to look at the marketing techniques which separated the winner from the losers.
Deputy editor ANDREW CLAYTON Editor GEORGE CAREY
with John Humphrys Weatherman
by ARTHUR WING PINERO continues the summer season of Play of the Month starring with When Sophie, the manicurist, learns that her best friend Muriel is to be married to the notorious and middle-aged Lord Quex, she determines to prevent it by exposing him for the despicable roue he is. But her plans go badly wrong. Pinero's bitter-sweet comedy, first performed in 1898, scandalised the playgoers of the day with its unblushing portrayal of marital and sexual mores.
Music composed by WILFRED JOSEPHS and conducted by MARCUS DODS Lighting JOHN SUMMERS
Designer CECILIA BRERETON
Script editor STUART GRIFFITHS Producer LOUIS MARKS
Directed by CLAUDE WHATHAM
The Marquess of Quex:
Sir Chichester Frayne:
The Countess of Owbridge:
The Duchess of Strood:
Capt Napier Bastling:
Man about town:
Debonair young man:
Investigated by Dr Michael O'Donnell
Every Three Minutes ...
Maureen, Jo and Sheila are united in grief. They were widowed by the biggest epidemic since the Black Death. MICHAEL O'DONNELL asks how we can be so complacent when one in four of us will die from heart disease. One life prolonged by a heart transplant makes news, 170,000 deaths a year go almost unremarked.
Film editor PETER RINGSTED Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY
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