Introduced by Selina Scott and Andrew Harvey Timetable:
News with Debbie Rix at 6.30, 7.0,
7.30, 8.0, 8.30 with headlines on every 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
Farming with John Mountford between 6.30 and 7.0
Getting Britain Fit between 6.45 and 7.0
Tonight's TV between 7.15 and 7.30 Review of the Papers 7.32, 8.32
The Breakfast Time Doctor between 8.30 and 9.0
Your Stars between 8.30 and 8.45 with Russell Grant
The stone age superhero Captain Caveman helps the Teen Angels solve the mystery of The Mixed Up Mystery of Dead Man's Reef
Whirlybirds, Chuck and P.T. run a 'round the clock' helicopter service. When no other machine can get through, the Whirlybirds are ready to fly into difficulty and danger.
with Rosalind Ayres The Secret Garden by FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT 4: Ben Weatherstaff
Introduced by TONY HART
An animation series with Morph and his friends in their under-the-table world.
Animators PETER LORD and DAVID SPROXTON Producer PATRICK DOWLING
just switch off your television set and go out and do something less boring instead?
Your ideas, games and activities presented by the children of the Bristol Why Don't You .. ? gang.
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v New Zealand from Headingley First day
PETER WEST introduces the start and the whole of the morning's play.
Scorer WENDY WIMBUSH
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
JIM LAKER , TONY LEWIS and TOM GRAVENEY
TV presentation BILL TAYLOR and KEITH MACKENZIE ProducerNICK HUNTER BBC Manchester
Cricket scores on Ceefax
with Michael Cole and Noreen Bray
Weather BILL GILES
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
A See-Saw programme by PETER FIRMIN , OLIVER POSTGATE Music by SANDRA KERR and JOHN FAULKNER
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series England v New Zealand from Headingley
PETER WEST introduces coverage of this afternoon's play.
Story: William's Sand Castle by JEAN WATSON
Photographs by BARRY BOXALL Presenters
Carol Chell , Ben Bazell
A serial in 26 parts
Heidi has been so homesick that Herr Sesemann orders her return to Switzerland. Heidi is sad to leave Frankfurt but happy at the thought of seeing her grandfather again.
17: Home Again
Produced by INTERTEL TELEVISION AG
English version directed by LOUIS ELMAN for LEAH INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTIONS (Repeal)
An inter-school sports competition with games on the field and in the swimming-pool.
Heat 5: Scotland from Jordanhill College of Education, Glasgow between CLYDEBANK HIGH SCHOOL
MERKSWORTH HIGH SCHOOL, PAISLEY and VICTORIA DRIVE SECONDARY SCHOOL,
Introduced by Ron Pickering with guest Cameron Sharp
Stage manager OWEN THOMAS Engineering managers ROY SMITH. DON SMITH Sound BOB GILLIES
Producer PETER CHARLTON
with Moira Stuart Weatherman
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today South East at Six, Points West
South Today, Spotlight South West and at 6.25
Including Speak for Yourself and Exiles: To Have and Have Not In the second of her series Valerie Singleton discovers how Vietnamese boat people and Ugandan Asians have endured differing fortunes in the United Kingdom.
Producer DAVID HANINGTON Editor ROGER BOLTON
The latest news of developments affecting your holiday. Resort reports from Britain and abroad. In the studio - up-to-the-minute holiday advice, comment and information.
Presented by John Carter
Producer TOM SAVAGE
Fightin', feudin' and farcical - the Wild West as it really wasn't! The Funeral
To prevent a gold heist, Frog becomes an actor taking the role of Sam's dear departed granny with Parker Tillman reading a most touching eulogy ... starring guest starring
Written by DAVID LLOYD
Directed by ED WEINBERGER
Introduced by Mike Read and Janice Long
Sound MIKE FELTON
Lighting FRED WRIGHT Designer JOHN BRISTOW
Production by MICHAEL HURLL Top 40 on Ceefax page 176
"You've got big dreams. You want fame. Well fame costs, and right here's where you start paying ..." dance teacher Lydia Grant warns the students of New York's celebrated dream factory, the High School for the Performing Arts.
The school is invaded by a mediocre actor with a star's ego who needs help from the school with a charity show. Meanwhile Leroy is struggling to complete a term paper and in the process enlists the aid of a talented young tap-dancer who wants to learn Leroy's style of dancing.
with Michael Buerk ; Weatherman
written in nine parts by ELAINE MORGAN starring Philip Madoc
Lisabeth Miles and David Markham 3: He is Wise, and Merciful
Designer PAULINE HARRISON Producer JOHN HEFIN
David Lloyd George:
Richard Lloyd George:
Mair Lloyd George:
Mrs Richard Owen:
Margaret Lloyd George:
Sir Francis Hopwood:
Megan Lloyd George:
Herbert Henry Asquith:
A six-part exploration of university life today
3: The Triple Alliance
Three men in a boat - could one pull out the plug? Running Edinburgh University needs tact, diplomacy and some cunning. As the democratic process of meetings, meetings and more meetings trundles on, the three try to steer a straight course.
While economy cuts are biting deep, it is costing f54 a week for every baby in the students' day nursery. This is the emotive issue that erupts tonight. The Principal's direction is clear. Universities are for learning and the day nursery is an expensive luxury which must go. The Secretary, charged with the efficient running of the University, has exhausted alternatives and regretfully recommends closure. In the chair, the Rector, Liberal leader David Steel , finds the costs ' horrendous'. But the bulk of his electorate were student voters. It takes a triple alliance to find a solution.
Research CAROLYN MCADAM
Film editor JOHN MACDONNELL
Executive producer DAVID MARTIN Producer PATRICK TURLEY BBC Scotland
The international singing star presents top entertainment in a variety of music and comedy and more music with this week's guest, Marie Osmond
Songs include: ' Baby face', ' Please release me ', ' Stronger than before', 'If I ruled the world '.' It'll be me '.
(Programme recorded in America)
Lord Hailsham, Lord High Chan cellor of Great Britain, Head of the Judiciary, is the only person this century to hold the office for a third term.
As Quintin Hogg , mp, he became familiar to the public through broadcasting. His impish smile and independence of thought and expression endeared him to a whole generation of radio and television audiences in the 1950s. In this, the first of four programmes, he talks to Donald Mac Cormick about his early life.
Film cameraman MAX SAMETT Sound DON MARTIN , KEN HAINES Research MONA ADAMS Film editor JOHN KENT Producer JOHN WALKER
(Dean Rusk , former American Secretary of State, starts his memoirs on BBC2 next Saturday)
Six programmes of practical help 4: Problem Page
Presented by DR MIRIAM STOPPARD