with Frank Bough and Selina Scott
For timetable of regular features see Monday. Plus today: pop with Mike Smith between 7.45 and 8.0
The That's Life file with Esther Rantzen between 7.30 and 7.45 and Phone-in between 8.30 and 9.0
Six programmes with Tony Soper * Migration
The magical mystery tours of many animals span the globe. Swallows fly a distance equivalent to the moon and hack several times during their lifetime, and they will return to the same nest site year after year.
What are the advantages of jet-setting? What kind of navigational clues do intercontinental travellers use?
TONY SOPER follows our swallows south to see where they spend the winter.
Film editor RON MARTIN Producer JOHN SPARKS BBC Bristol
Today a portrait of a Sikh family. PARVEEN MIRZA talks to CHARANJIT SINGH GHURA , his wife SURINDER KAUR and their two sons about what it means to them to be Sikh in presently Britain.
SURINDER KAUR ghura, an accomPlished singer, rounds off the programme by singing a shabad accom
Panied by her sons APINDER and KHUSHNINDER.
Producer KRISHAN GOULD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
The King declares war on Parliament and the Queen tries to pawn the Crown Jewels ... a 19-year-old French student invents the pocket calculator ... a poodle is promoted to Major-General.
Chris Serle takes a modern look at the news bulletins of the past - with Judy Merry , John Mundy and Dr John Morrill.
Director MIKE HEALEY Producer david BROWN BBC Manchester
Based on the play by JAMES BARRIE with Franchot Tone
Fay Bainter , Eric Blore
In Quality Street, a decorous thoroughfare in early 19th-century England, a man's footsteps echo in the hearts of its resident spinsters. Young Phoebe Throssel falls in love with dashing Captain Valentine Brown , who is soon off to the Napoleonic Wars. Ten years later he returns and Phoebe, having waited for him, sees herself as an 'old maid' and takes desperate measures to try to win him back.
Screenplay by MORTIMER OFFNER and ALLAN SCOTT
Produced by PANDRO S. BERMAN Directed by GEORGE STEVENS
. Films: page 15
The last in a series by BOB BLOCK starring Clive Dunn
The parrot's poorly! How can Grandad and Bert make him better?
Devised by CUVE DUNN Lighting DEREK FAWLEY Designer JOHN BONE
Producer JEREMY SWAN
Captain the parrot:
with Johnny Ball
This week Johnny decides to Say it with Numbers. He whistles for the thistle sifter, finds out how a turtle draws and even meets a computer that talks back. So, in a few words -sag a teat in front of the belly.
Written by JOHNNY BALL Music PETER MOSS
Designer GRAEME THOMSON Director TIM BYFORD
Producer ALBERT BARBER. BBC Bristol
The News with tonight's Weather and Regional Magazines
Nick Ross, Sarah Kennedy and Sally Magnusson present the issues of the hour and some stories with a smile - a lively mix of news, views and topical features from Britain and around the world including national and international news read by Richard Whitmore.
Sixty Minutes reporters travel far and wide to bring you the people and the places that are making the news, at home and abroad.
And contributions from The Special Correspondents, Sixty Minutes' own team of humorists, with some less serious observations on the day's events. Your countdown through Sixty Minutes
5.40 The News
5.55* Regional Magazines
6.38* Closing headlines
Presented by Jill Cochrane , Nigel Farrell , Dr Michael O'Donnell
This weekly magazine brings stories from the world of health-care to help you and your family keep fit and feel better.
Among this week's stories, the puzzling facts about strokes, and why we're having fewer of them.
Producer RON BLOOMFIELD
Assistant producer FANNY prior Studio director JULIE HARRUP Editor DICK GILUNG
For further information send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to: Medical Express, BBC Television Centre, London [Postcode removed]
A six-part series by DOUGLAS LIVINGSTONE. Starring
5: Davy Jones 's Locker
'Davy Jones 's Locker. The biggest Sea World complex on the British coast. Revitalise Cocklesea it will. Pity that only the toilets got built....'
Music composed and conducted by MARC WILKINSON. Make-up designer GILLIAN THOMAS Outside broadcast sound IAN LEIPER Designer CHRIS EDWARDS
Producer RUTH BOSWELL. Director TONY VIRGO
Gloria du Bois:
Jacques du Bois:
Written and presented by Iain Johnstone
In 1968 Barbra Streisand was sent a short story written by Nobel Prize -winner Isaac Bashevis Singer. In 1983 she finally completed the film of that story - Yentl. She starred in it, directed for the first time, produced and co-wrote it. It was the culmination of a 15-year fight to persuade people to invest in a project she 'passionately believed in' but which no-one else did.
In the summer of 1982 she began filming and allowed BBC cameras to observe her at work. In a candid interview with Iain Johnstone she revealed for the first time her doubts and insecurities about this mammoth undertaking. The programme includes extracts and musical numbers from the completed film.
FEATURE: page 14
Introduced by Harry Carpenter
International Athletics from Cosford GB v GDR
The British athletes will be anxious to make a good showing against the strongest track and field nation in Europe. Seventeen-year-old ADE MAFE, who broke the British record for 200 metres at Cosford two weeks ago, makes his international debut alongside the experienced CAMERON SHARP, MARK HOLTOM and SHIRLEY STRONG. Commentators DAVID COLEMAN
_RON PICKERING, STUART STOREY International Boxing from the Royal Albert Hall, London West Ham's MARK KAYLOR tops the bill in the Barrett/Duff promotion, en route to a possible middleweight showdown with former European Champion TONY SIBSON. Kaylor hopes to make amends for his last performance, when he was disqualified for hitting after the bell - his only defeat so far in 25 professional fights. Plus news and results from tonight's FA Cup Fourth Round replays.
TV presentation: Athletics JOHN SHREWSBURY Boxing BOB DUNCAN. Producer ROGER MOODY Editor JOHN rowlinson
(Athletics organised by the BAAB in association with HFC Trust and Savings Ltd)
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