Frank Bough introduces your breakfast-time look at the overnight action. Gold medals won include: Swimming
Men's 100m Butterfly
Women's 200m Freestyle
Men's 400m Individual Medley Women's 200m Breaststroke Men's 4 x 200m Freestyle Cycling: 1 km Time Trial
Shooting: Small bore Rifle Prone
Weightlifting: Bantamweight Division Plus action from boxing, gymnastics and three-day eventing.
Olympic Action Summary with David Icke at 7.5, 8.5, 8.50
(For regular features see Monday)
Introduced by Bob Wilson
Extended coverage of the overnight action from Los Angeles featuring
Gymnastics: is there another Olga Korbut or Nadia Comaneci hiding in the wings? Coverage of the women's compulsory exercises from the Pauley Pavilion gives us our first clue. RON PICKERING reports.
The Bantamweight division medals were decided overnight and DAVID VINE describes the action.
Boxing: more preliminary bouts from the Los Angeles Sports Centre. HARRY CARPENTER reports.
Plus gold medal-winning performances from the swimming, shooting and cycling events.
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v West Indies from Old Trafford Fifth day
PETER WEST introduces coverage of this morning's play. Commentators
RICHIE BENAUD , JIM LAKER
TED DEXTER , TOM GRAVENEY
Television presentation BILL TAYLOR , MIKE ADLEY
Executive producer NICK HUNTER
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale Weather IAN MCCASKILL
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Introduced by David Icke XXIII Olympic Games
A regular lunch-time check on all the important action, results and news from yesterday's events in Los Angeles.
Olympic news and reports on Ceefax page 141
A See-Saw programme by PETER FIRMIN and OLIVER POSTGATE Bagpuss, an old cloth cat, lives with his friends in the window of Emily's shop ... where anything can happen.
Music by SANDRA KERR and JOHN FAULKNER
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v West Indies from Old Trafford
PETER WEST introduces further coverage of this afternoon's play.
Video, Botham's Ashes (BBCV/B 5015) from retailers, see Ceefax page 183 for video-cassette information, or ring Teledata [number removed]
Stately Spanish galleon coming from the isthmus,
Dipping through the tropics by the palm-green shores
Presenter Brian Jameson Guest Sheelagh Gilbey
Story: Jonah and the Manly Ferry Written and illustrated by PETER GOULDTHORPE
The Sea Dragon
The evil Zoltar threatens the water planet Aquatica with a monster sea dragon until G-Force speed through outer-space to the attack.
*Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
with Paul McDowell
A series of seven programmes 2: Monkey Business
The gang has discovered a plot to train a chimpanzee to steal a valuable carving. But Doc has had to hide. Will the crooks find him?
Executive producers William p. D'ANGELO HARVEY BULLOCK , RAY ALLEN
with Moira Stuart Weatherman
(For regional details see Monday)
Introduced by Desmond Lynam First Action
Reports on today's events featuring swimming heats, cycling, men's gymnastics, rowing heats plus Overnight Action
The swimming finals, including the women's 200m freestyle and men s 400m individual medley, dressage, modern pentathlon, boxing, cycling, weightlifting, gymnastics and hockey.
Francis Bigger , a notorious charlatan who tours the country lecturing on the subject of mind over matter, slips off the platform in the middle of his performance and ends up in hospital under the care of Dr Tinkle. The hospital is about to enter a period of total chaos.....
The regular Carry On team is joined by Frankie Howerd as the fraudulent Francis in this 'bedpanorama ofhospital life'.
Screenplay by TALBOT ROTHWELL Produced by PETER ROGERS Directed by GERALD THOMAS Films: page 14
with the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman
by DEREK MAHON and CHRIS MENAUL from a story by JOHN MONTAGUE
Ulster 1959. A young journalist visiting his quiet hometown is awakened by a scream in the night. He catches sight of a youth being beaten up and dragged away. When he investigates, witnesses seem to melt away, and life-long friends reveal a sinister indifference. Or is it fear?
Lighting designer bill MILLAR Designer JOHN ARMSTRONG Director CHRIS MENAUL Producer chris PARR
Executive producer ANDRÉE MOLYNEUX
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
'B' Special Sergeant:
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featuring the best of tonight's live action in Los Angeles on day three of the Olympic Games.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam
Five more gold medals are decided in the open-air Olympic Pool at the University of Southern California, where ALAN WEEKS and HAMILTON BLAND are your commentators.
Women's 400m Freestyle
JUNE CROFT'S third event of the Games.
World record: T. Wickham (Aus) 4:06.28 1978
Olympic Champion and record holder: I. Diers (GDR) 4:08.76 1980
Men's 100m Freestyle
Who is the fastest swimmer at the Games? The Americans will be hoping to resume their domination of a title they have won 11 times through names like Johnny Weismuller and Mark Spitz.
World record: R. Gaines (USA) 49.36 1981 Olympic record: J. Montgomery (USA) 49.99 1976
Olympic Champion: J. Woithe (GDR)
Women's 100m Backstroke
World and Olympic record holder and Olympic Champion: R. Reinisch (GDR)
Men's 200m Backstroke
World record: R. Carey (USA) 1:58.86 1984 Olympic record: J. Naber (USA) 1: 59.19 1976 Olympic Champion: S. Wladar (Hun)
Women's 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay JUNE CROFT, and team-mates NICOLA FIBBENS , ANNABELLE CRIPPS and DEBRA GORE carry British hopes.
World and Olympic record holders and Olympic Champions: GDR 3:42.71 1980
The action continues in the early rounds of competition. Britain's team of eight Englishmen, three Scots and one Welshman are aiming for our first gold medal since Chris Finnegan won in Mexico in 1968. HARRY CARPENTER commentates.
Today's action from the Velodrome includes the first rounds of the Sprint; Individual Pursuit Quarter-finals; and Points Race qualifying.
Action - news - results from tonight's other events, including modern pentathlon with swimming the third of the five events; rowing; basketball; gymnastics; shooting and volleyball. Commentators
BARRY DAVIES , NIGEL STARMER-SMITH GERALD SINSTADT and DAVID VINE including at
11.30* News Headlines; Weather