with Frank Bough and Selina Scott For timetable of regular features see Monday. Plus today:
The Breakfast Time Doctor between 8.30 and 9.0
Food and Cooking with Glynn Christian between 8.30 and 9.0
Presented by Jimmy Savile , OBE
A series of ten programmes about preventing road accidents. 4:On Your Bike
Director JULIA DRUM
Producer PETER RIDING
The first of a series of seven programmes investigating fakes and frauds, ranging from brilliant examples which have fooled the experts, to more humble ones which are still likely to deceive most people, particularly if they're looking for bargains. John FitzMaurice Mills shows you some of the tricks of the trade and how to detect them.
Film editor HOWARD billingham Producer JOHN MANSFIELD
Presenter Stuart McGugan Guest Floella Benjamin
Story: The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark by JILL TOMLINSON
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale Weather BILL GILES
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Music and conversation in the foyer
with Brian Cant
Brian tries to make the mess in Bric-a-Brac more manageable, and with a mirror looks at Annette by MARION WALTER.
First of 13 programmes
Are you bankrupt, bewildered or just plain bored? Then this might be the programme for you. Presented by Barbara Dickson and Penny Junor
Today they look at
Money Lending: easy to borrow but difficult to pay back.
Mastectomy: is it really the end of the world? Plus
Quiz Time with VERNON COLEMAN : are you an optimist or a pessimist? and What Price Fame? Looking back and looking forward with a guest who has been to the top.
Studio director AILEEN FORSYTH Producer MARIANNE BAIRD
Series editor GORDON MENZIES BBC Scotland
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For four years between 1979 and 1983 BBC cameras followed an international team of scientists in their search for two new and extremely short-lived particles. Their discovery would take physicists a huge step forward toward their ultimate dream - to unite all the forces of nature in a single framework.
Narrator Paul Vaughan
Producers ANDREW millington. JAMES
BURGE JOHN STRATFORD. BARRIE WHATLEY
A BBC/Open University production
Fair and Wormer
A Warner Bros Cartoon
The folk who live in Backward town, Are inside-out and upside-down Presenter Chris Tranchell Guests
Shireen Shah , Ben Thomas Story: Grotty the Robot by CATHERINE GAVIN
Director ANN REAY
It's no use crying over spilt milk.
with Valerie Whittington
Mouldy's Orphan by GILLIAN AVERY 4:Benjy's Return
Pictures by GAVIN ROWE
Designer NICK SOMERVILLE Producer ANGELA BEECHING
Adapted and directed by DAVID BELL
The magic time machine takes off with the Fonz and his gang aboard. Around the world they go and back through the ages but all they really want is to find their own home town and their own timezone - the year 1957 in Milwaukee, USA.
The travellers in time land in the future and face an army of robots.
with Simon Groom , Peter Duncan and Janet Ellis Winged Waitress!
Janet discovers there's more to being an air stewardess than meets the eye, as she fights a fire in the galley and escapes down an inflatable chute-part of the routine training by airline crews all over the world.
Assistant editor LEWIS BRONZE Editor BIDDY BAXTER
Halloween with the voices of KENNETH WILLIAMS
Written and directed by NICK SPARGO
The News with tonight's Weather and Regional Magazines with Nick Ross , Sally Magnusson and Beverly Anderson
News read by Jan Leeming.
And contributions from The Special Correspondents, Sixty Minutes' own team of humorists, with some less serious observations on the day's events.
Sixty Minutes countdown
5.40 The News
5.53* Regional Magazines
6.38* Closing headlines
A 4-part story by Johnny Byrne
Starring Peter Davison
(Part 4: tomorrow at 6.40pm)
Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
Presented by Maggie Philbin
Kieran Prendiville , Peter Macann and Judith Hann
Producers FIONA HOLMES , MARTIN MORTIMORE DAVID DUGAN , CYNTHIA PAGE
Studio Director PETER LEVERS Editor DAVID FILKIN
with Mike Read and Steve Wright.
Next Thursday David Attenborough sets out on a journey of exploration around the world's rich and varied landscapes. Tonight, a preview of the people, the animals, the environments in this unique portrait of the earth.
Live from The Waldorf Hotel, London, Chris Kelly brings a touch of summer to the drabness of winter by introducing the finalists in this, the first beauty competition of the New Year. In the elegant Palm Court Lounge, 21 beautiful girls are guests and competitors at an attractive cocktail party, during which one lucky contestant will be crowned Miss Great Britain 1984 by the present holder, Rose McGrory.
Being British Heritage Year, the girls will also be seen on location at Leighton Hall, Carnforth, wearing day clothes of their own choice.
Interviewing the finalists, from BBC Midlands Today, is Kay Alexander, while Ray Moore produces all the facts and figures.
Special guests in cabaret: Elena Duran and The Irving Davies Dancers
Musical director LAURIE HOLLOWAY Choreographer IRVING DAVIES
Miss Great Britain is organised by the holiday resort of Morecambe in conjunction with DUTTON-FORSHAW MOTOR GROUP. Lighting JOHN WIGGINS Sound CHRIS HOLCOMBE Designer ANDY DIMOND Producer KEN GRIFFIN
with Sue Lawley; Weatherman
by R. F. DELDERFIELD dramatised in ten parts by ANDREW DAVIES
1: When John Leigh arrives in Devon to live with his relatives, little does he realise how his life is to change - and all because of a chance meeting with Diana Gayelorde-Sutton .
Music composed by STANLEY MYERS Costume designer ROS EBBUTT
Make-up designer SUZAN BROAD Designer PAUL MUNTING
Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director DAVID TUCKER 0 FEATURE: page 4
A programme of popular and important debate about the issues foremost in the news and public mind.
Sir Robin Day takes the chair at the Greenwood Theatre in South London with a panel of public personalities, who face a specially invited audience from the general public.
Director ANN MORLEY Producer liz ELTON
Editor BARBARA MAXWELL
11.18 News Headlines
World Champions JAYNE TORVILL and CHRISTOPHER DEAN and European bronze medallists KAREN BARBER and NICKY SLATER lead Britain's bid for success in Hungary's capital city. ALAN WEEKS reports on the Compulsory Dances, the first, and often crucial, section of the Ice Dance Championship.
The first champion will be crowned tonight after the Ladies' Free Programme. East Germany's KATARINA WITT defends her title from strong Russian and West German competition.
Television presentation by the HUNGARIAN TELEVISION SERVICE Producer JIM RESIDE