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 Scottish Why Don't You .. ? gang.
Producer CATHERINE MCFARLANE
Executive producer MOLLY cox
Please send your ideas to [address removed] but if you want a reply, please enclose a stamped addressed envelope.
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v New Zealand from Headingley
PETER WEST introduces the whole of the morning's play
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD JIM LAKER , TOM GRAVENEY and TED DEXTER
FRED VINER , KEITH MACKENZIE Producer BILL TAYLOR
Anglesey Crowning Ceremony
Television cameras join the assembled members of the Gorsedd of Bards at the National Eisteddfod in Llangefni to bring you live coverage of one of the principal ceremonies, the crowning of the winning bard.
(The Chairing Ceremony, Thurs 2.30 pm)
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Animal Magic and Johnny Morris are celebrating their 21st anniversary year. Terry Nutkins starts the series today with a look back at some of the memorable moments which generations of children have enjoyed: Johnny's first meeting with Dotty, the ring-tailed lemur, the gorilla who hands her baby to Johnny for him to look after, and Johnny's first encounter with Rocky, the rockhopper penguin.
Producer MIKEBEYNON Director RON MARTIN BBC Bristol
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today South East at Six, Points West
South Today, Spotlight South West and at 6.25
In its final week, Britain's most popular current affairs programme looks back over 14 years on your screens, with former presenters.
Deputy editors MIKE ROGAN , DAVID ROWLET Editor ROGEH BOLTON
(Regional details as Monday)
Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom
WALT DISNEY himself presents this unique and comical cartoon history lesson which probes the origins of music-making right back to prehistoric man in a musical fantasy which features the voices of the celebrated
A WALT DISNEY production
starring Freddie Starr; and special guests Juluka
From the Harrogate Centre, Freddie introduces the exciting new names and faces of 1983. Appearing tonight: Katie Kissoon, The Columbia Brothers, Zaine Griff, The Chuckle Brothers, Bella Donna
Assistant producers CAROLE CILDWELL , GEORGE R. CLARKE
Lighting JOHN CROWTHER
Designer MEL BIBBY
Produced and directed by ALAN WALSH
Women who suppress their feelings are more likely to develop cancer: This was the startling conclusion of one recent British study. Another showed that fighting spirit doubled their chances of successful treatment. Is it really true, that your mind plays a part In the cause or cure of cancer? Most doctors regard the idea of a cancer personality as controversial to say the least.
This, the first of two special reports, examines the growing body of more convincing evidence that mind and cancer really are linked. If true, it heralds a revolution in our understanding of the most feared disease of our time.
Written and produced by:
The feature film starring Wilfrid Brambell
Harry H. Corbett. Carolyn Seymour In this film version of one of television's most popular comedy series, Harold falls for a stripper, and marries her in spite of Albert's oppposition. But when the happy pair set off on their honeymoon, Albert goes too !
'screenplay by RAY GALTON ,ALAN SIMPSON
Produced by AIDA YOUNG
Directed by CLIFF OWEN , Films. page 12
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