with Frank Bough and Selina Scott and, all this week, the people making the news at the Conservative
Party Conference in Brighton. Including today - Richard Smith The Breakfast Time
Doctor discusses his topic of the week and takes your calls between 8.30 and 9.0.
Glynn Christian is on hand with handy cooking hints. Selina in the Hebrides - the latest of Selina Scott's reports from the Western Isles.
A series of programmes about sailing ships that survived. 5: Sea Cloud
This beautiful square-rigger was originally built in the 1930s as one of the world's most extravagant wedding presents for the heiress
Marjorie Hutton. For many years Sea Cloud, the largest four-masted barque to sail under the American flag, was her private yacht.
Now the yacht is in the charter business. Her passengers enjoy the romance of voyaging under sail while living in luxury worthy of a millionairess.
Narrator Tom Salmon Director JACK BELLAMY
Producer BRIAN HAWKINS BBC Bristol
Coverage of the third day's debates from Brighton.
Presenter lain Lauchlan Guest Sarah Long
with Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart
Including a special report on the Conservative Party Conference at Brighton. Weather IAN MCCASKILL
12.57 Regional News
(London and SE: Financial
Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Superstar Bob Hope takes the road to Pebble Mill for an exclusive date with Stutz Bear Cats and the rest of the regular team.
3: Autumn Term
Look out, British Telecom! Here comes a postal service which will take your breath away. It's run by the pupils of Ebrington Village Primary School in Gloucestershire.
The postal service is just one of the projects conducted at this remarkable little school in the Cotswolds which was saved from closure by a system of 'federation' with a bigger school.
Film cameraman JIM KNIGHTS Producer MICHAEL FITZGERALD
Coverage of the afternoon's debates from Brighton.
3.48 Regional News
Presenter Wayne Jackman Guest Chloe Ashcroft Story: Buried Treasure by ROBIN HALDANE
With the voices of TIM BROOKE-TAYLOR. BILL
ODDIE GRAEME GARDEN. JILL SHILLING Written by BERNIE KAY Music by DAVID COOKE
Produced by TREVOR BOND
Directed by TERRY WARD
Quizmaster Howard Stableford Part 3 of this week's battle between teachers and pupils with questions like - how can you push an orange through a matchbox lid without breaking either?
Watch this week's Beat the Teacher and be amazed. Devised by CLIVE DOIG Designers VIC MEREDITH and LES MCCALLUM Producer ian Oliver
The crew of the research ship Calico can call on their friendly deep-sea monster Godzilla whenever they are in danger. In today's story Captain Majors and his crew are captured by a mad doctor.
with Simon Groom, Janet Ellis and Michael Sundin
Straight Down the Line!: Simon tracks down the most famous line in the world, the zero line of longitude - otherwise known as the Greenwich Meridian - that celebrates its centenary next Saturday. Most visitors to Greenwich admire the famous Time Ball dropped one hour after noon each day-now is your chance to see how it works and why Greenwich Mean Time is of worldwide importance.
by BOB GODFREY
The Secret Weapon
Narration BOB GODFREY Music PETER SHADE
Production BOB GODFREY
A series of 18 programmes Episode 6 by BARRY PURCHESE
Jeremy Irvine returns from suspension, but he does not seem to have learned anything. His showing-off leads to a tragedy in the swimming-pool.
Devised by PHIL REDMOND Producer KENNY MCBAIN
Director CAROL wilks *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Janet St Clair:
Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell present the latest pictures, stories and events from Britain and around the world.
Including a special report by David Coss from the Conservative Party Conference at Brighton.
London Plus, Spotlight,
South Today, Points West
Look East, North West Tonight Look North, Midlands Today
The latest news from the world of science and technology. Presented by Peter Macann
Maggie Philbin Judith Hann
Producers MICHAEL COYLE
HENRY CAMPION , CYNTHIA PAGE DANA PURVIS
Studio director STUART MCDONALD Editor MARTIN MORTIMORE
Introduced by Mike Read and Tommy Vance.
by ROY CLARKE starring Ronnie Barker with Sharon Morgan and Myfanwy Talog William Thomas Dickie Arnold
Film cameraman REX MAIDMENT Film editor DON CANDLIN
Studio lighting RON BRISTOW Designer TIM GLEESON Produced and directed by SYDNEY LOTTERBY
Home Rule O'Toole:
Written and presented by Roger Cook
Radio 4's award-winning programme comes to television for a short series to investigate cases raised by viewers which can include unfair dealing, bureaucratic bungling, injustice or even fraud.
Video cameraman LAURIE RUSH Researcher MALCOLM STACEY Television producers
DAVID BOWEN-JONES and DAVID HANINGTON
Editor JOHN EDWARDS
Roger Cook 's Checkpoint, a BBC
Aerial Book, £2.95 from booksellers
with John Humphrys and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world, including a special report on the Conservative
Party Conference at Brighton Weatherman
by ALICK ROWE
Part 1, starring
Val Turner 's loyalties are divided between her son, Lee, and her lover, Alan. With tensions rising at home, she faces an almost impossible decision.
Music composed and conducted by RICHARD HARVEY
Studio lighting BARRY CHATFIELD Designer LAN ASHURST
Script editor JENNY SHERIDAN Producer Gerard glaister Directed by JOHN GORRIE
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Woman in pub:
with David Jessel
At the heart of the actions that make the news lie decisions and dilemmas, prejudices and passions, that are defined by our sense of what's right and what's wrong.
Each week David Jessel takes issue with a major story of concern or conscience, and looks for what can be found at the Heart of the Matter. Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF
Series producer COLIN CAMERON
The last in the current series in which
Jimmy Perry presents another bill of variety acts of the 1930s and 1940s, including
Flotsam and Jetsam Ganjou Brothers and Juanita and Teddy Brown Recorded at the Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne. Lighting DENNIS BUTCHER Sound GRAHAM HAINES Written by JIMMY PERRY Producer DON SAYER
Fay Weldon and Richard Hoggart look at working lives and tides of change in Britain today. 4: Class of 84 with Miriam Margolyes as the blonde
'All those boys, and they're only ever what you'd expect from their fathers.' Privilege still seems to play a major part in determining a young man's chances in the job market. A broker, a bricklayer, a Rastafarian painter and a group of students describe their backgrounds, lifestyles and ambitions.
Film editor EDWARD ROBERTS Producer JUUAN STENHOUSE