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 Debbie Rix : 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
Breakfast Time Gossip with Chris Wilson between 7.45 and 8.0
Your Stars with Russell Grant between 8.30 and 8.45
Food and Cooking with Glynn Christian between 8.45 and 9.0
with Richard Whitmore and Noreen Bray
Weather BILL GILES
1.25-1.30 (Scotland only) The Scottish News
1.27 Regional News
(London and SE: Financial Report and News Headlines with subtitles)
A feature film starring Katharine Hepburn
Ten-year-old Alby dreams of flying the circus balloon in which his grandfather, ' The Great Sandusky used to perform aerial stunts. When Alby and his friend Chris meet up with the eccentric Miss Pudd, their dream begins to take shape - and their adventure really takes off!
Screenplay by EUGENE POINC
Produced and directed by RICHARD A. COLLI. Films: page 12
Following on their successes of the last 30 years, the Japanese now aim to dominate the technologies of the 90s and beyond. Among their targets: intelligent computers; fusion power and space.
But that means Japan will have to do fundamental research for the first time. And they're worried about it. Horizon asks - could they finally be over-reaching themselves?
'An intriguing examination of the expertise of the Japanese.' (TIME OUT)
Written and produced by:
Today: A Bungle in the Jungle Scooby's Fun Zone
Scooby's Fantastic Island
with Simon Groom, Sarah Greene and Peter Duncan
Steam, Fire and Water!
Remember when Simon steamed through the Rockies on the footplate of the Royal Hudson, Peter found the fire fighters of a 160,000-acre forest fire and Simon and Sarah shot the mighty Thompson River rapids? If you missed any of these milestones today's your chance to catch up.
Producer IAN OLIVER. Editor BIDDY BAXTER
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 Jenni Murray
Spotlight South West with Chris Denham and Fern Britton Scene Around Six with Sean Rafferty Reporting Scotland with Mary Marquis Wales Today with Chris Morgan
Throughout the week Richard Ker shaw, Hugh Scully and Fran Morrison bring you the issues, the stories and the people that matter from BBC studios in the capital and across the country. Including Watchdog
Producers FIONA CHESTERTON and MICHAEL HOGAN
Deputy editors PHILIP HARDING , IAN SQUIRES Editor ROGER bolton
The second of seven programmes
Narrated by Robert Powell
As courters and captors, Australian spiders use a cunning and sophistication we can but envy. It may be only blind instinct that enables the orb-weaver to construct her web in zero-gravity, but it's a feat that demands the superb technology typical of these highly successful Australians.
Photography by Jim FRAZIER
Written and presented by DEREK ANDERSON BBC Bristol
Book, Wildlife Through the Camera, £ 10.25 from booksellers -
starring and guest starring
The Beverly Woods Social Club
Written by SKIP WOSTER Directed by DON CHAFFEY
C J Parsons:
Lt Vince Novelli:
Rocking the Navy's Boat
The Government is about to take a decision which could bring into the open a simmering war inside the Ministry of Defence. It's about the way our warships are designed; the navy say their methods are best but they are being challenged-with ministerial encouragement-by a small private design team who say they can offer cheaper, better-armed ships.
Fred Emery reports on this argument between ministers and admirals, civil servants and scientists and on the unusual bitterness it has produced inside the navy.
Film editor IAN CALLAWAY Producer MIKE DVTFIELD Editor GEORGE CAREY
with John Humphrys Weatherman
by MOLIERE continues the summer season of Play of the Month and One man's defiant stand against the hypocrisy of polite society is the theme of Moliere's comic masterpiece. This production is set in the glittering Paris of the 20s.
Music composed and performed by CARL DAVIS
Producer LOUIS Marks
Directed by MICHAEL SIMPSON
Investigated by Dr Michael O'Donnell
The last of five programmes Fighting Back
If present trends continue, Britain will soon be the world leader in deaths from coronary heart disease. The plague will be more virulent here because other countries have started to fight back.
DR MICHAEL o'donnell investigates some of the major campaigns being fought in the United States. If Britain achieved the same reduction in heart disease, 40,000 lives a year would be saved.
Assistant producer JENNY STEVENS Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY
The second programme with this multi-talented instrumentalist and vocalist features Suzi Quatro and top Nashville harmonica player Terry McMillan with music by Rodney Lay and The Wild West
Producer RICK GARDNER