with Selina Scott and Mike Smith
For regular features see Tuesday. Plus today:
Pop News between 7.45 and 8.0
Slim and Shine with Audrey Eyton between 8.30 and 9.0
Food and Cooking with Glynn Christian between 8.45 and 9.0
Your ideas, games and activities presented by the children of the Scottish Why Don You...? Gang.
with BILL HARTSTON
with Bernard Cribbins
Mortimer's Portrait on Glass by JOAN AIKEN
Today: A Shattering Experience
Presenter Carol Leader Guest Wayne Jackman
Series producer ANNE GOBEY
Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Presented by Ben Bazell
Graphics QUENTIN BLAKE Designer GWEN EVANS
Producer JOHN m. A LANE Director DIANNE KENNY Editor CYNTHIA FELUATE
Crockett Doodle Doo
Introduced and narrated by David Attenborough
Koko is the first gorilla to learn sign language. At 8 years old she has a vocabularly of over 400 signs. She talks to Californian psychologist PENNY PATTERSON; argues, even lies. But does Koko understand as much as Penny claims? Do her abilities really challenge the traditional view of man's uniqueness?
Produced by BARBET SCHROEDER
Editor PETER JONES BBC Bristol
The last of the 12 programmes From Coast to Coast
John Noakes and Shep take a wintry walk from the Lake District to Robin Hood 's Bay.
Director CHRIS CLOUGH
Producer DAVID BROWN
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale Weather MICHAEL FISH
12.57 Regional News
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
The Barratt World Doubles Championship from The Royal Albert Hall. Today sees the completion of the round-robin section of this unique event now in its twelfth year.
One of the teams tipped for this year's title are the French Open Champions, ANDERS JARRYD and HANS SIMONSSON from Sweden. Inexperienced in years, they make up for it in talent. Introduced by BARRY DAVIES Commentators DAN MASKELL
JOHN BARRETT , MARK COX
TTV's Tilly reports a new hazard on the roads
Presenter Stuart McGugan Guest Shireen Shah
Story: The Surprise Party by PAM HUTCHINS
Musical director PETER PETTINGER Percussionist ALAN GRAHAME Graphics TOM BROOKS
Directors CHRISTINE HEWITT , GREG CHLOE Producer MICHAEL COLE
Series producer ANNE GOBEY Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
A scruffy ginger cat who rules his neighbourhood with mischievous skill.
A new cartoon series.
with Joanna David
The Ordinary Princess by M. m. KAYE Part 4: Lavender's Blue ...
Producer ANGELA BEECHING
Adapted and directed by EDWARD PUGH
The nature magazine with the latest news and information on our wildlife. With Su Ingle and Michael Jordan
The search is on to find The Brainiest
Bird in Britain! Wildtrack has designed some bird feeders which are really intelligence tests for garden birds to solve. Some have wheels or lids or boxes that have to be tapped, or matchsticks that have-to be pulled out They make stealing the cream off the top of the milk look easy. And
Mike and Su tell you how to make your own simple intelligence test for your birds. If it's successful write and tell us. Su and Mike also look at baby seals off Scotland, waterfowl in East
Anglia, and watch the wildlife of Exmoor-from horseback. Designer STEPHEN BROWNSEY Producer MIKE BEYNON BBC Bristol
by MARGARET SIMPSON
2: It is only the first week of term but already Grange Hill is a hotbed of intrigue and crazes.
Camera supervisor DAVE WHITE
Sound supervisor MIKE MARSHMAN Lighting director GEOFF SHAW
The News with tonight's Weather and Regional Magazines
Presented by Nick Ross , Sally Magnusson and Beverly Anderson with news read by Jan Leeming. Your countdown through Sixty Minutes
5.40 The News
5.53* Regional Magazines
6.38* Closing headlines
A four-part story by Johnny Byrne
Starring Peter Davison
(Part 3 next Thursday)
Introduced by Jimmy Hill
The FA Cup Third Round
Traditionally the most enthralling staee of the season, as first and second division clubs join the 20 survivors from the Leagues lower reaches and beyond. Match of the Day kicks off the third round tonight with live coverage of one of the most absorbing ties.
And at half time, a bumper edition of Goal of the Month with the best goals from November and December. Commentator JOHN MOTSON
Series producer FRED VINER Editor BOB ABRAHAMS
with Sue Lawley
Weekend Weather MICHAEL FISH
Presented by Frank Bough
Is your family a dictatorship or a democracy? Do the kids do as they are told or do as they please? With the help of a fictional family 'The Hargreaves' created by ALAN PLATER , a studio full of real mums, dads and kids gets to grips with the pleasures and pitfalls of being one of the family.
Designer BARRY ROACH
Directed by CAROL WILKS , PETER HAMILTON Produced by GITA CONN BBC Manchester 0 HELPLINES: page 87
LONDON The Chieftains's Images of Ireland
with Paddy Moloney, Kevin Conneff, Matt Keane, Martin Fay, Derek Bell. Traditional airs and dance music.
SOUTH WEST The Dorsetmen.
Dennis Skillicorn visits the Isle of Portland and meets the men who work in the traditional industries of quarrying and fishing.
SOUTH Southern Life. The Howard Inheritance: The Dukes of Norfolk: 1: A Family Portrait.
Five hundred years ago Richard III created Sir John Howard Duke of Norfolk and Earl Marshal of England. His descendants were to become the most powerful landowners in the country. Andrew Harvey visits the ancestral seat in Arundel.
WEST Dancers Don't Fall Down
A cinesymphony in four movements which features a wide range of dance forms.
MIDLANDS The Arts Are Not a Frill
This reflects the policy of Leicestershire's education authority, that the arts are an essential part of school life.
With John Mountford.
NORTH WEST Gradely Images
Relax and view moorland fell, woodland streams, steam engines, weaving and spinning to the music of Richie Close.
NORTH Northern Lights
A look at the northern arts scene with Paul Allen
NORTH EAST Coast to Coast: Common's Luck
Introduced by Eric Robson
A film tribute to Jack Common, author of the classic account of a north country childhood Kiddar's Luck and one of the most influential books of the 1930s, Freedom of the Streets.
Sir John Howard
The Barratt World Doubles Championship from the Royal Albert Hall , London
Telly Savalas, Clint Walker
Pancho Villa , hero of the Mexican people and leader of their revolution is taken prisoner by General Goyo. To humiliate the revolutionary, the General has his head shaven - at which point Villa's men attack the prison train. And so begin the further adventures - sometimes violent, sometimes comic - of the man who invaded the United States of America in 1916, a year before the end of the Mexican Revolution.
Screenplay by JULIAN HALEVY from a story by GENE MARTIN Produced by BERNARD GORDON Directed by GENE MARTIN