starts your day with half-an-hour of news, sport, weather and travel available to all viewers, whether or not they have teletext sets.
with Frank Bough and Selina Scott
For regular features see Monday. Plus today:
The Breakfast Time Doctor between
8.30 and 9.0 Cooking with Glynn Christian between 8.45 and 9.0
Can you tell the difference between true diamond and paste, or between real ruby and a superb copy in glass. Here are some easy methods of checking if your family heirlooms are all they're supposed to be. You'll also find out why some of the synthetic byproducts of the space age are now causing alarm in the jewellery world. Presented by John FitzMaurice Mills
Film editor MARTIN .JEFFS Producer JOHN MANSFIELD
Presenter Carol Chell
Guests Ben Bazell , Howard Lee Story: A House Made of Snow Written by JEAN MCKENZIE Illustrated by JAN BRYCHTA
Director BARBARA RODDAM
with Richard Whitmore and Michael Cole
Weather with IAN MCCASKILL
12.57 Regional News
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Travel editor Jill Crawshaw with more hints and advice on holidays.
A See-Saw programme by DAVID MCKEE
King Rollo chooses the wrong time to read his comic.
Narration RAY BROOKS
Music DUNCAN LAMONT Animation LEO BELTOFF
Production CLIVE JUSTER
with BRIAN CANT
Among the Bric-a-Brac that Brian is tidying today, are a triangle, a tambourine, a trumpet, and a tandem that Timothy and Tessa Tideman tried to take from Tankerton to Tibet.
Directed by NICK WILSON
Written and produced by MICHAEL COLE Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Second of 13 programmes
Presented by Barbara Dickson and Penny Junor
Today they look at:
Anorexia: what lies behind this eating disorder?
The Paranormal: second sight, bumps in the night or a load of hooey?
Plus Quiz Time with VERNON COLEMAN : how many people are you? and What Price Fame?: looking back and looking forward with Archie Andrews (and PETER BROUGH ).
Studio director JOHN ADAMS Producer MARIANNE BAIRD. BBC Scotland
Series editor GORDON menzies
Blake Carrington , with valuable oil leases in jeopardy, is in financial trouble. He needs the help of Krystle's ex-lover, Matthew Blaisdel , and invites him to dinner. The occasion provides Fallon with the opportunity for a little eaves-dropping on Matthew and her father's new wife -among other things ...
Written by CHESTER KRUMHOLZ and RICHARD SHAPIRO
Directed by DON MEDFORD
The first of six programmes in which Arthur Negus visits houses he enjoys with a companion who shares his affection. He begins at Goodwood with Bernard Price who knows the house and the family history well.
Director david MITCHELL Producer ROBIN DRAKE
Blow the wind south
Over the bonny blue sea
Presenter Floella Benjamin Guests Brian Jameson
Richard Brown , Martin Frith Story: The Weathercock by DIANE WILMER
A new cartoon series
Balancing between fact and fiction, Heathcliff tells a story.
with Cecile Paoli
European Folk Tales Cat Skin
Illustrations by CYNTHIA PICKARD
A beautiful French fairy tale about a princess who disguises herself in a cloak of a thousand furs.
Designer KATHY ATTY
Producer ANGELA BEECHING Director PHILLIPPA GILES
A cartoon series
The magic time machine takes off with the Fonz and his gang aboard.
On Skull Island the gang fight the pirates in a search for buried treasure.
with Simon Groom , Peter Duncan and Janet Ellis ClockThis!
Time has stood still for a century for
Gaulby Church's one-handed clock.
Simon joins Bob Ovens the expert who aims to get it ticking back to life.
The News with tonight's Weather and Regional Magazines
Presenters Nick Ross , Sally Mag nusson and Beverly Anderson with national and international news read by Richard Whitmore.
Sixty Minutes reporters travel far and wide to bring you the people and places that are making the news, at home and abroad.
Contributions from The Special Correspondents, Sixty Minutes own team of humorists.
Sixty Minutes countdown
5.40 The News
5.55* Regional Magazines
6.38* Closing headlines
starring Peter Davison
A four-part story by Christopher H Bidmead
(Part 2 tomorrow. Subtitles on Ceefax page 170)
The latest news from the world of science and technology.
Presented by Peter Macann , Judith Hann , Maggie Philbin and Kieran Prendiville
Producers MARTIN MORTIMORE
FIONA HOLMES , CYNTHIA PAGE Editor DAVID FILKIN
Introduced by Mike Smith and Richard Skinner
Sound BOB FOLEY
Lighting BERT POSTLETHWAITE Designer PAUL TRERISE
Production MICHAEL HURLL
BBC videobook, Toyah - Good Morning Universe (BBCV 3019) from retailers. Top 40 on Ceefax page 176
A Portrait of the Earth by DAVID ATTENBOROUGH
A series of 12 programmes 2:The Frozen World
Polar bears and penguins; snow leopards and fur seals -all face a common enemy - extreme cold.
From the mountains of Africa and the Americas to the glaciers of Antarctica and the Arctic, David Attenborough explores the ways animals and plants survive in the realms of snow and ice. In Antarctica, he lands among huge colonies of elephant seals; follows the extraordinary breeding cycle of the emperor penguin through the harsh darkness of the Antarctic winter: and in one of the coldest, driest valleys on earth, discovers the bodies of mummified seals miles from the sea. The polar bear, that great white hunter of the Canadian Arctic, is followed as it stalks its prey across the ice, and underwater. Summer comes briefly to those frozen northern lands. With it come hunting snowy owls, flocks of snow geese and great migrating herds of caribou.
Film editor DAVID BARRETT
Photography HUGH MAYNARD
MARTIN SAUNDERS. HUGH MILES. ROB BROWN
Sound by LYNDON BIRD. PETER COPELAND Music by ELIZABETH PARKER
Executive producer RICHARD BROCK Producer NED KELLY BBC Bristol
with Sue Lawley; Weatherman
by R. F. DELDERFIELD dramatised in ten parts by ANDREW DA VIES starring Kevin McNally and Jenny Seagrove
3: Two years have passed and Jan leaves Devon to work on a Fleet Street newspaper. He soon finds that the experience he gains is not confined merely to his journalistic talents.
Music composed by STANLEY MYERS Film cameraman PETER HALL Script editor DEVORA POPE Designer PAUL MUNTING
Producer KEN RIDDlNGTON Director DAVID TUCKER
A programme of popular and important debate about the issues foremost in the news and public mind.
With Sir Robin Day tonight at the Greenwood Theatre, London, are
Lord Annan Tony Banks , mp
Edwina Currie , MP Ruth Lebbilt
Director ANN MORLEY Producer Liz ELTON
Editor BARBARA MAXWELL
Lord Annan Tony
A series of six films for parents and teenagers.
Many of the difficulties between parents and teenagers arise over independence. How much freedom should teenagers have, especially if what they want to do seems to parents to be risky or dangerous: riding a motor bike, staying out late or going to un-supervised parties?
Director JEREMY ORLEBAR Producer JENNY ROGERS
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