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 8.30 and 9.0
The third in a series of five programmes in which Harriet Crawley looks again at the collections featured in the first series of Collecting Now. This week a battle between World War II militaria enthusiasts. A collection of clever and insidious aerial propaganda; food packaging from 1840 onwards, collected by ROBERT OPIE : and a Victorian lantern slide show. Reporters
GWYN RICHARDS , PENNY JUNOR
Studio director CHRIS HUNT
Producer CHRISTOPHER lewis. BBC Bristol
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale Weather MICHAEL FISH
12.57 Regional News
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Fashion expert Jeff Banks looks at what's new in swimwear this summer and the Earl of Bradford reveals the lighter side of stately home ownership.
JULIAN WILSON introduces coverage of ;he final day's racing in :he National Hunt Festival rhe Gold Cup this year is worth over 150,000 to the winner
2.15 The Daily Express Triumph Hurdle Race (2m)
The Irish field an unusually strong team for what is always one of the week's most competitive events.
2.50 The Christie's Foxhunter Steeplechase Challenge Cup (3m 2f)
Further coverage continues on BBC2
Presented by Barbara Dickson and Penny Junor. Today they look at Living with heart disease: perhaps a change in lifestyle but not the end of an active life.
Shoplifting: is prosecution the only answer?
Quiz time with Vernon Coleman : how much do you know about beauty products?
What price fame? Looking back and looking forward with someone who has been to the top.
Studio director JOHN ADAMS Producer MARIANNE BAIRD
Series editor GORDON MENZIES. BBC Scotland For information write to: Network, PO Box, Glasgow [Postcode removed]
Presenter Brian Jameson Guest Carol Chell
A Story, A Story by Gail E. Haley Storyteller Grace Hallworth
Director SHARON MILLER
are extra-terrestial baby minders in Mars Little Helper. A cartoon series
with Kathryn Pogson
Tuck Everlasting by NATALIE BABBITT Part 4
The Fonz fights a dragon when they return to the days of King Arthur in Camelot. A cartoon series
with Simon Groom , Peter Duncan and Janet Ellis
Assistant editor LEWIS BRONZE Editor BIDDY BAXTER
The News with tonight's Weather and Regional Magazines
Presenters Nick Ross, Sarah Kennedy and Sally Magnusson with news read by Moira Stuart.
Contributions from The Special Correspondents, Sixty Minutes' own team of humorists.
Your Sixty Minutes countdown
5.40 The News
5.55* Regional Magazines
6.38* Closing headlines
(For regional details see Monday)
starring Peter Davison
A four-part story by Robert Holmes
Record, Doctor Who the Music (REH/ZCR 493) from retailers
(Part 4 tomorrow at 6.40 pm)
Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
The latest news from the world of science and technology. Presented by Judith Hann , Maggie Philbin
Kieran Prendiville , Peter Macann Producers MARTIN MORTIMORE FIONA HOLMES , CYNTHIA PAGE Studio director PETER LEVERS Editor DAVID FILKIN
A live edition introduced by Simon Bates and Mike Smith
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 9:The Margins of the Land
Our coasts are a battleground. On exposed shores the sea is on the attack; in sheltered estuaries the land is advancing. Living between the tides demands special talents.
David Attenborough wades through the sticky mud in an English estuary in search of the creatures that live there, and the birds that feed on them. Life is more abundant in the mangrove forests of the tropics, including fish that hunt out of water, and the world's largest reptile.
But it is the rocky wave-battered coast of North America that is unsurpassed for variety of intertidal life. Sandy shores harbour specialised animals including a snail that surfs up and down the beach.
In Costa Rica turtles come ashore in their thousands to breed, and on the Malaysian coast DAVID ATTENBOROUGH encounters the mysterious seven-foot-long leatherback turtle.
Film editor DAVID BARRETT
Photography HUGH MAYNARD
RODNEY BORLAND. MARTIN SAUNDERS Sound by LYNDON BIRD. DAVID OLD Music by ELIZABETH PARKER
Executive producer RICHARD BROCK
Producer ANDREW NEAL. BBC Bristol
Book (same title) £12.00; Record or cassette (same title) REB/ZCF 496 from retailers *Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
John Humphrys ; Weatherman
The Rt Hon
Roy Jenkins , MP for the SDPjLiberal Alliance (Also on BBC2 at 10.45)
by R. F. DELDERFIELD .
The last of ten parts dramatised by ANDREW DA VIES starring Kevin McNally and Jenny Seagrove
10: Jan is sent on his final, most dangerous mission of the war - the repercussions of which are almost too much to bear.
Music composed by STANLEY MYERS Film cameraman PETER HALL Script editor DEVORA POPE Designer KEN LEDSHAM
Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director RICHARD STROUD
Raoul de Royden:
with Sir Robin Day
The weekly hour of topical debate when the people get their chance to question the public personalities on the issues of the moment.
SIR ROBIN DAY and his guests go to Yorkshire to face the questions and arguments of a Sheffield audience. Around the Question Time table in Sheffield will be The Rt Hon Kenneth Clarke , mp Rosalind Gilmore
The Rt Hon Peter Shore mp The Rt Hon David Steel , mp
Director ANN MORLEY Producer Liz ELTON
Editor BARBARA MAXWELL
An introduction to the world of robotics.
2: Making Sense of the Real World
How can the computer detect such widely different things as the whereabouts of a London Transport bus, fog, the length of an electronic flash or the speed of a motor? IAN MCNAUGHT DAVIS and JOHN COLL look at a wide range of sensors which are available on the market.
Notes to accompany the series are available from Broadcasting Supporting services, [address removed], enclosing a cheque or postal order for £1.30 made out to BSS.