with Frank Bough and Selina Scott
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Plus today: The Breakfast
Time Doctor between 8.30 and 9.0
Food and Cooking with Glynn Christian between 8.30 and 9.0
The first of five programmes in which Harriet Crawley looks again at some of the collections featured in the first series of Collecting Now
This week a surprising collection of earthenware drainers; a convention of corkscrew addicts; and how to avoid the pitfalls at a furniture auction. Reporters
GWYN RICHARDS , PENNY JUNOR
Studio director CHRIS HUNT
Producer CHRISTOPHER LEWIS. BBC Bristol
Presenter Don Spencer Guests Elizabeth Watts Tessa Crockett
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale Weather BILL GILES
12.57 Regional News
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Presented by Barbara Dickson and Penny Junor.
Today they look at
Incest: the most terrible secret of all. Born With a Handicap: computer diagnosis of infant hip problems in a Belfast hospital.
Quiz Time with VERNON COLEMAN : are you affected by stress?
What Price Fame? Looking back and looking forward with Mary O'hara
Studio director AILEEN FORSYTH Producer MARIANNE BAIRD
Series editor GORDON MENZIES. BBC Scotland For information write to: Network, PO Box, Glasgow [Postcode removed]
Last in the present series starring
At Blake Carrington's murder trial the evidence against him is mounting. In a desperate attempt to turn the tide for the defence, Andrew Laird calls a forbidden witness to the stand - with dramatic results. But the prosecuting attorney also has a surprise witness ... What will happen now?
(Repeat. A new series of Dynasty starts next Sunday)
The sixth of eight programmes Badminton
Arthur Negus visits Badminton-world-famous for equestrian events; but behind the elegant facade there are treasures of great quality. The programme is a unique opportunity to enjoy the magnificent sporting pictures, furniture and clocks. Arthur is joined by fellow enthusiast and clock specialist Simon Bull.
Director DAVID MITCHELL
Producer ROBIN DRAKE. BBC Bristol
A pile of old boxes - A few blobs of glue,
And you can build anything-now what will you do?
Presenter Ben Thomas Guest Shireen Shah
Story: Mr Josh Jolly and the Prince of Pandanga by JOYCE TOMSETT
Director CHRISTINE HEWITT
are molested by pesky pests in Goofy Gopher Goof-Up. A new cartoon series
with Pippa Guard. Part 4 of What Katy Did by SUSAN COOLIDGE
Fonz and the gang help the beautiful Queen Cleopatra in her struggle with the evil High Priest.
with Simon Groom
Peter Duncan and Janet Ellis Happy Birthday Sospan!
The oldest goat in the British army is 11 years old today. It's Sospan's tenth year with the Royal Regiment of Wales - a regimental record. Fourteen drummers from the 3rd and 4th Battalions and Goat-Major Barry John also join the team for the traditional leek eating ceremony. Dydd Gwyl Dewi Sant!
The News with tonight's Weather and Regional Magazines
Nick Ross, Sarah Kennedy and Sally Magnusson present a lively mix of news, views and topical features from Britain and around the world, with national and international news read by Moira Stuart. Contributions from The Special Correspondents, Sixty Minutes' own team of humorists, with 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
A four-part story by Peter Grimwade
Starring Peter Davison
(Part 4 tomorrow at 6.40pm)
Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
Professor Howard Foster:
The latest news from the world of science and technology, including this week the world's first robot sheep-shearer; which is of course in Australia; a new plastic film that responds to heat or pressure, as useful in sailing boats as in medicine; and at last the end of the supermarket queue.
Producers CYNTHIA PAGE .FIONA HOLMES
MARTIN MORTIMORE Editor DAVID FILKIN
A live edition introduced by John Peel and David Jensen
Sound BOB FOLEY. Lighting DEREK SLEE Designer PAUL TRERISE
Production MICHAEL HURLL
A Portrait of the Earth by DAVID ATTENBOROUGH
A series of 12 programmes 7: The Sky Above
High above the earth's surface David Attenborough floats weightless showing that without gravity the world would be a chaotic place. Seeds, spiders, sky-diving frogs, gliding squirrels, insects, birds and bats have all overcome the force of gravity to fly through the air. In South Georgia David is dwarfed by those masters of flight, wandering albatrosses. In Kenya he takes a vulture's-eye view of the African plains from a balloon basket. Some birds use gravity: the bearded vulture drops bones to splinter them into pieces it can swallow and the peregrine falcon dives at high speed to knock its prey out of the sky.
Again in a balloon, swathed in warm clothes and an oxygen mask, David ascends to four miles above the earth's surface to look for tiny animals and to see how weather is generated. Seen from space huge cloud patterns sweep across the globe ... and a harmless cloud grows into a thunderstorm producing a tornado - the most powerful weather phenomenon on earth.
Film editor DAVID BARRETT. Photography MARTIN SAUNDERS. HUGH MAYNARD
Sound by LYNDON BIRD . Music by ELIZABETH PARKER. Executive producer RICHARD BROCK Producer ADRIAN WARREN. BBC Bristol
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
John Humphrys ; Weatherman
by R. F. DELDERFIELD , dramatised in ten parts by ANDREW DAVIES starring Kevin McNally and Jenny Seagrove
8: Jan's return to France proves to be a shattering experience - in more ways than one ...
Music composed by STANLEY MYERS Film cameramanPETER HALL
Film sound MALCOLM CAMPBELL Designer KEN LEDSHAM
Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director RICHARD STROUD
Raoul de Royden:
Yves de Royden:
With Sir Robin Day tonight at the Greenwood Theatre, London, are Ann Burdus
Eric Heffer , mp
Simon Hughes , MP and Baroness Young
Director ANN MORLEY Producer Liz ELTON
Editor BARBARA MAXWELL
Six films for parents and teenagers 6: Friends and Fashions
Making your own friends and dressing 'just like everyone else' is an important part of growing up. But some teenage choices of both friends and fashions can be unacceptable to parents. How can the resulting conflict be resolved?
Director JEREMY ORLEBAR Producer JENNY ROGERS
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