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News 6.30, 7.0, 7.30, 8.0, 8.30 with headlines every quarter hour and at 8.59
Weather with Francis Wilson :
6.31, 6.57, 7.27, 7.57, 8.27 Sport with Bob Wilson and David Icke : 6.40 and 7.40 Regional News, traffic and weather: 6.45, 7.15, 7.45, 8.15 The Morning Papers reviewed by a personality making the headlines: 7.18 and 8.18
Plus today: another consumer report from Lynn Faulds Wood
A sequence of yoga movements that builds up day-by-day into a routine that will stretch and exercise the entire body. Day 5: The Back Push Up Director PAULA GILDER
Producer PETER RAMSDEN
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale Weather JIM BACON
12.57 Regional News
(London and SE: Financial
Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Wildlife expert Chris Baines takes us on a pre-winter visit to his wild garden in the grounds of Pebble Mill, and Julie Rogers provides the music.
Editor PETER HERCOMBE BBC Pebble Mill
A See -Saw programme Somewhere to Eat with the voices of George Layton , John Telfer Music by BENNI LEES
Written by MICHAEL COLE Designer ALAN ROGERS
Animated by PETER LANG
Producer DAVID YATES
French cooking is made up of many regional specialities and Grenoble, in the province of Dauphine, is renowned for its gratin dauphinois-a potato casserole. This is one of the favourite dishes of local chef Andre Revest , who also prepares trout with almond paste, tomatoes and mushrooms a la provencale, saddle of lamb and a dessert using the local liqueur, green chartreuse.
Narrator Derek Cooper Presented for the BBC by PETER RIDING, CATHERINE ROBINS
A SCREENSCOPE production
A weekly magazine programme for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.
Peter Annison took over a small rope-making firm from Tom Outhwaite in a small Yorkshire town, a firm which had been in the same family for over 80 years. Now many hundreds of people visit the small rope works and what might have been a dying craft takes on new dimensions.
Series producer JOHN READ Producer ANNE JAMES
Here is a line, oh what's this line?
Presenter Sheelagh Gilbey Guest Brian Cant
Story: The Day Jimmy's Boa Ate the Washing by TRINKA HAKES NOBLE Illustrations STEVEN KELLOG
Musical director MICHAEL OMER Percussion PETER HOWLAND Woodwind ANDREW FINDON
Graphics TOM BROOKS , JOANNA ISLES Film editor PAUL GARRICK Director GREG CHILDS
Series producer ANNE GOBEY Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
The Fox is on the fiddle with some second-hand stamps.
by JAN MARK
Read by Brian Cant for Jackanory 1: The Peacock Erica Timperley, city girl and motorbike buff, is all set to spend her summer holidays messing around with the crowd in the multi-storey car park. But
Mum has got a surprise for her.
Illustrations JIM RUSSELL
Designer MARY PENLEY-EDWARDS Producer ANGELA BEECHING Adapted and directed by PHILLIPPA GILES
Flying Stars!: Today's your chance to discover the secrets of the Box! Thirteen-year-old Devin Stanfield - Kay Harker in the new adventure series "The Box of Delights" (Wednesday 5.0) - is joined in the studio by Mouse, alias Simon Barry, and Patrick Troughton who, as magician Cole Hawlings, works his magic to defeat the evil Abner Brown.
Pig in a Blanket
Joey finds himself competing with a piglet for his mother's attention.... Written by USSA LEVIN Directed by BOB CLAVER
Dr Willard Adams:
Clark V Uhley Jr:
Sue Lawley and Jeremy Paxman present the latest pictures, stories and events.
A day-to-day guide to life in Britain's busiest region. Sally Magnusson , Guy Michelmore and Bob Wellings bring you tonight's headlines and tomorrow's talking points, as well as a look at the offbeat and the downright outrageous. The London Plus reporters are with the people making the news. Sports correspondent MICHAEL WALE has the latest action and the inside tips.
Plus the brightest stars and stories from the world of entertainment in and out of the capital.
Editor PHILIP HARDING
Tonight's programme is a special edition live from
Belfast where RusseU will be joined by some of the brightest, bravest and best in Northern Ireland to celebrate 60 years of broadcasting from the Province.
Director IAN HAMILTON
Producer SALLYANN JACOBSON
Executive producer TOM GUTTERIDGE
starring Michael Barrymore Another round of fun and tension in this exciting word game for active teams with fast minds with Julia Gale
Produced in association with TALBOT TELEVISION LTD and BOB STEWART PRODUCTIONS Music by KEN JONES
Programme associate NEIL SHAND Script associate HOWARD IMBER Lighting WARWICK FIELDING Sound JOHN DELANY DesignerBOB COVE
Director GEOFF MILES
Produced by JOHN FISHER
Presented by Fred Emery Spain :
The Carrot and the Stick In the Spanish Basque country the terrorist group ETA is on the run, outmanoeuvred by a shrewd policy of toughness and concessions by the Socialist government.
Success is vital for Prime Minister Gonzalez, whose sights are fixed on entry to the Common market in January 1986 and a referendum on Spain's membership of NATO. He wants the 15-year-old ETA war ended.
Martin Young talks to the Spanish Prime Minister and meets one of the ETA terrorists who has returned from France to face trial. Producer DAVID ROWLEY Editor PETER IBBOTSON
with John Humphrys and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman
Parker Stevenson Lisa Eilbacher
A nervous collapse forces rock star
Gary Straihorn to seek solitude in a secluded mountain estate. His nurse and companion, Sheila, moves in with him but is quickly frightened by a sinister force that seems to permeate the house. Sheila tries to find an answer to the mystery, but a series of gruesome incidents convinces her that the house is 'alive' and determined to keep her from escaping....
Directed by WILLIAM WIARD Executive producer LEONARD GOLDBERG
Written and produced by DAVID LEVINSON
(First showing on British television) • FILMS: page 31
with Barry Norman
The Standard Film Awards for 1984
The London evening newspaper The Standard held their Film Awards ceremony in the West End last night. This has been an especially exciting year for the film industry in this country and these are the only awards which put exclusively
British films in contention with each other. Film 84 was there to cover the proceedings.
Among the eligible films:
Greystoke, 1984, The Company of Wolves, Cal, The Hit and Never Say Never Again. Assistant producer DAVID JEFFCOCK
Outside broadcast director KEN GRIFFIN
Producer JUDY LINDSAY
Happy Loving Couples
Three films in which young people give their views on love, sex and marriage.
1: 'There's a lot of pressure to have sex -it's not taboo any more'
What are the rules in the game of relationships? Why should the male always make the first move?
With John Cooper Clarke Director PATRICK TITLEY
Producer TONY MATTHEWS