starts your day with half-an-hour of news, sport, weather and travel available to all viewers, whether or not they have teletext sets.
Selina Scott and Mike Smith are the Breakfast Time hosts to people and personalities making the headlines.
News with Fern Britton (Debbie Rix , Tues, Thur, Fri) 6.30, 7.0, 7.30,
8.0, 8.30 with headlines on every quarter hour
Weather with Francis Wilson : 6.31,
6.57, 7.27, 7.57, 8.27
Sport with David Icke and Bob Wilson : 6.40 and 7.40
Regional News, weather and traffic:
6.45, 7.15, 7.45, 8.15
TV Choice with David Wheal at 6.55 Review of the Papers: 7.18 and 8.18
Your Stars with Russell Grant : 8.33 Plus Today:
Top 20 Work Out with Diana Moran , the 'Green Goddess', at 7.25
New Films and Pop Records between
7.45 and 8.0
from St Leonards-on -Sea, with Geoff Hamilton and Roy Lancaster With Sonia Kinahan , whose half-acre garden, based on a heavy clay soil is filled with winter-flowering shrubs and plants.
Producer DENIS w GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
Presenter Andrew Secombe. Guests Elizabeth Watts , Howard Lee
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale Weather JIM BACON
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Producer PETER HERCOMBE BBC Pebble Mill
Presenting news, views, and entertainment for the deaf or hard of hearing, with sign language and subtitles.
Danger signs ahead. Blake finds out how Matthew got the money he needed to stay in business and plays a game of cat and mouse with Krystle. Fallon tells Jeff the real reason she married him-with devastating results.
Written by EDWARD DE BLASIO
Directed by BURT brinckerhopf
from Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
David Coleman introduces the Ice Gala
The medal winners of the figure skating competitions perform their exhibition routines in the finale to the games. Commentator ALAN WEEKS
Highlights of the closing ceremony.
Producer MARTIN HOPKINS
Editors HAROLD ANDERSON and JOHN PHIUPS
Presenter Don Spencer
Guests Chloe Ashcroft , Howard Lee Story: The Enormous Treacle Tart by PHYLLIS PEARCE
Director PIPPA DYSON
Max Bird is diving after Tin Tin when he is himself attacked.
with Penelope Keith
The Prince Who Hiccupped and other stories by ANTHONY ARMSTRONG
Prince Handsome receives all the traditional christening gifts from the local fairies, along with the traditional unwanted spell from the uninvited guest. This proves annoying, time-wasting and extremely difficult to remove....
Pictures JAN BRYCHTA Designer KATHY ATTY
Producer ANGELA BEECHING Adapted and directed by CHRISTINE SECOMBE
with quizmaster Richard Stilgoe and this week's mystery guest - OU Quiz Star!
Great Missenden School u St Mary's School, Ware
Format devised by ROBERT GOULD Designer STEPHEN MELLOR Producer IAN OLIVER
with Simon Groom
Peter Duncan and Janet Ellis
Assistant editor LEWIS BRONZE Editor BIDDY BAXTER
A BBC video, Blue Peter Makes.... (BBCV 9007), record and cassette, BBC Children's TV Themes (REH/ZCR486) from retailers
The News and tonight's Weather
Nick Ross , Sarah Kennedy and Sally Magnusson present the issues of the hour. News read by Moira Stuart
Look East with Judi Lines Look North (Newcastle) with Mike Neville
Look North (Leeds) with Ken Cooper Harry Gration , Judith Stamper John Thirlwell
Look North West with Stuart Hall Midlands Today with Alan Towers and Kay Alexander
Points West with Graham Purches Gerald Haycock , Sue
Carpenter Vivien Creegor and Chris Vacher South Today with Bruce Parker and Jenni Murray
Spotlight with Chris Denham Sue King and Craig Rich
HUGH SCULLY with Watchdog and humorous contributions from The Special Correspondents
Your Sixty Minutes countdown
5.40 The News
5.55* Regional Magazines
6.38* Closing headlines
LONDON: Rosie by Roy Clarke, starring Paul Greenwood as Rosie and Tony Haygarth as PC Wilmot: An Informer for Englebert
SOUTH WEST: Matrix: New series: Caroline Righton and John Francis with local bands, comedy, self-employment and drama....
SOUTH: The Dorsetmen: Dennis Skillicorn visits Hardy's birthplace at Higher Bockhampton, looks around the County Museum and meets GERTRUDE BUGLER , who knew Hardy.
WEST: RPM: The rock magazine show. Presented by Andy Batten-Foster with Mike Jenner
Midland Sounds: New series: Denzil Dudley introduces music and musicians from the Midlands. Tonight: Keith Manifold, Willy and the Poor Boys and guitar duo Frances Griffin and Leo Turner.
EAST: Commuter Quiz: Cryptic crossword puzzles with quizmaster Geoffrey
Wheeler. Tonight: Cambridge v Bedford
NORTH WEST: YES: John Mundy , Janice Long , Mike Sweeny and Sheila McClennon with entertainment, music and advice in the show for all who feel young.
NORTH EAST: Off the Peg: New series The North's radical magazine returns with Mark Clemmitt, Hannah Kosich, Stephen Lynch and Glyn Middleton.
NORTH: Making Moves: At the Yorkshire Dance Centre: 2: From 5 to 50. Arlene Phillips from Hot Gossip works with some kids; next door are the 50-year-olds.
The adventure series starring
James Farentino as Frank Chaney , pilot of a super-helicopter geared to combat crime. Arms Race
Chaney and the Blue Thunder Unit take on a successful drug and arms dealer who uses remote-controlled killer planes in his plan to supply illegal arms to a foreign dictator.
Written by DAN O'BANNON , DON JAKOBY and CRAIG BUCK. Directed by GIL SHILTON
The Television Revolution
In a few weeks half a million homes in Britain will be able to receive four brand-new TV channels by cable. And in a year 11 towns will get up to 50 more channels. Even more television will soon be beamed to us directly by satellites, British and foreign. After decades of regulated broadcasting, television could soon be as freely and as widely used as print. Mrs Thatcher wants to create 'the wired society'. But what will all the new channels carry? Will there be more real choice? And what will the effect be on existing TV?
Christopher Dunkley investigates.
Producer JOHN PENYCATE Editor PETER IBBOTSON t FEATURE: page 3
with Sue Lawley and the BBC's Correspondents and reporters around the world
The last in a trio of his films with Peter Boyle , Melvyn Douglas Bill McKay , a hard-working lawyer, is talked into running for the US Senate by California Democrats. He insists from the outset that he remain 'his own man', but as the campaign gets under way he finds he no longer recognises his opinions in the smooth platitudes of his speechmakers.
Screenplay by JEREMY LARNER Produced by WALTER COBLENZ
Directed by MICHAEL RITCHIE. Films: page 16
John J McKay:
with Barry Norman
Curse of the Pink Panther: Twenty years after the original Pink Panther, David Niven and Robert Wagner are reunited in the seventh film of the series with Ted Wass of Soap playing the bumbling New York detective in the Clouseau mould.
The Big Chill: Kevin Kline stars in this story of a group of Americans who as students formed a close circle and are brought together again by an untimely death. Kevin Kline and Lawrence Kasdan , the director, are interviewed in the studio.
Director BRUCE THOMPSON Producer JANE LUSH
Ten films about development issues in India. 5: If it Can Happen Here