with Frank Bough and Fern Britton Daily timetable:
News with Debbie Rix
(Fern Britton , Tues, Wed)
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 : 6.55 Review of the Papers: 7.18 and 8.18
Your Stars with Russell Grant : 8.33 Plus today: New Films and Pop Records between 7.45 and 8.0 and Get Fit for Summer with the 'Green Goddess'
Shades of Summer from Wallington Gardens *Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
from the Isle of Thanet
*Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale Weather BILL GILES
12.57 Regional News
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
A visit to the Harrogate Fashion Fair and the story of two women who lived with African nomads for two years.
Third of six programmes
Barring Accidents: a look at the pros and cons of all contraceptive methods.
Film editor ESTHER RONAY
Producer SUZANNE DAVIES
The search for King Athelstan, who reigned from 925 to 939 AD, takes historian Michael Wood from the coasts of Devon to the dramatic fortress of Dunnottar in Scotland.
Producer DEREK TOWERS
The Bluebell Line in Sussex is one of several private railways in Britain. It is run by a band of dedicated volunteers from all walks of life.
3.48 Regional News (exc London)
Presenter Sheelagh Gilbey Guest Andrew Secombe Story: Doing the Washing by SARAH GARLAND
with Penelope Wilton
Carbonel by BARBARA SLEIGH
Rosemary Brown was not looking forward to her summer holidays. Six weeks on her own with nothing to do-until she went to Fairfax Market and met Mrs Cantrip-and Carbonel.
Richard Stilgoe chairs the final game in this year's computer quiz. Today's mystery guest: Semmi Thik.
New Haw County Middle School, Weybridge v
Twyn Junior School, Caerphilly
Plus the unveiling of the final letters on the giant anagram.
Designer STEPHEN MELLOR Producer IAN OLIVER
with Paul McDowell
with Simon Groom
Peter Duncan and Janet Ellis
Assistant editor LEWIS BRONZE Editor BIDDY BAXTER
The News and tonight's Weather with Nick Ross , Sarah Kennedy and Sally Magnusson
News read by Moira Stuart
HUGH SCULLY with Watchdog; plus The Special Correspondents.
Your Sixty Minutes countdown
5.40 The News
6.38* Closing headlines
The traditional end-of-championship exhibition affords the medal winners the opportunity to skate purely for pleasure, with unusual and innovative routines designed to entertain their hosts.
A memorable occasion, with added poignancy for JAYNE TORVILL and CHRISTOPHER DEAN as they retire from international competition to embark on a new professional career. Commentator ALAN WEEKS
Television presentation by CTV
The adventure series starring pilot of a super-helicopter geared to combat crime with the most sophisticated aerial technology, weaponry and surveillance systems available. Payload
Chaney and the Blue Thunder team face an enemy determined to destroy them and the precious antidote to many of the world's present biological warfare systems.
Written by DANIEL FREUDENBERGER Directed by BERNARD KOWALKI
Dr Willi Von Hartig:
Dr Nell Lindsay:
Dr Sanford Hill:
J D Kraft:
Barry Took with your comments on the programme you help to write.
Producer CAROL WHITE
Send letters to Barry Took , Points of View, BBC Television Centre, London W12 8QT
The Habit the Government Won't Break
Over 1,000 people die each week in Britain from the effects of smoking. The seriousness of the hazard is widely accepted - every packet carries a Government health warning. But it's not just the consumers who find the habit difficult to break: the Government, too, depends heavily on the tobacco industry, which yields over 14 billion a year in revenue, provides thousands of jobs and has become a major sponsor of sport and the arts. Peter Taylor reports
Producer DAVID WICKHAM Editor philip IBBOTSON
with Sue Lawley and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman
The feature film starring
James Coburn with Lee Grant , Harry Andrews Ian Hendry, Michael Jayston
Offered a major post in the American government, Robert Elliot is faced with one major problem. Four people know of his dangerous and illegal activities in England. Elliot devises an ingenious plan whereby the four people will all die on one evening. They will kill each other! But the master spy forgets one emotion, revenge - even from the grave.
Screenplay by BARRY LEVINSON and JONATHAN LYNN , based on the novel Internecine by MORT W. ELKIND. Produced by BARRY LEVINSON Directed by KEN HUGHES. Films: page 18
E J Farnsworth:
with Barry Norman including regular reviews of current releases and news of the latest films in production, and the personalities. Barbra Streisand produces, directs and stars in Yentl, a musical drama set at the turn of the century about a Jewish girl who disguises herself as a boy to study in a seminary.
Producer JUDY LINDSAY Director FIONA PITCHER
Last of ten films about development issues in India. Next Year Maybe
The Marxist Left-front Government in West Bengal has been trying since 1977 to introduce radical changes.
Directed by JULIAN STENHOUSE Produced by HOWARD SMITH