with Frank Bough and Selina Scott Including today
The New Top 20:
Mike Smith is in the studio to present television's first look at this week's pop chart.
Day 11: The Knee and Thigh Stretch and Ankle Rotations
The first of six programmes featuring people who live and work in Dorset.
Dennis Skillicorn visits the Isle of Portland, the rugged outcrop of rock that is connected to the mainland by Chesil Beach. Here he meets the men who work in the traditional Portland industries.
Film editor Bev Ambrose Producer John Coleman
(First shown on BBC South)
Adoption and fostering is a subject that very few Asians pay attention to, mainly because of the extended family system. Women's legal rights worker Usha Sharma explains to Surinder Kochar what adoption and fostering are. Bharti Vadera and Mahfooza Hamid also participate. Vinod Pandit sings a modern Gujerati song and Debu Chaudhri gives a sitar recital. An Asian Unit production BBC Pebble Mill
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale Weather BILL GILES
(London and SE: Financial
Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Music, conversation and more Good-Looking Cooking with Prue Leith.
Editor PETER HERCOMBE BBC Pebble Mill
A See-Saw programme
Gran the Camper
A See-Saw programme
All Wheel Drive
The Coral United Kingdom Championship
Alex Higgins v Eddie Charlton and Steve Davis v Jimmy White were the matches the form book forecast for today.
All four players will be pleased - and relieved - to be introduced this afternoon. David Vine makes the introductions from the Guild Hall, Preston.
Presenter Ben Thomas Guest Chloe Ashcroft
Story: The Horse and the Huge Hippo
Written and illustrated by JOZEF WILKON
When Spottyman goes to visit Mother Nature, SuperTed has a bad dream.
With the voices of DEREK GRIFFITHS, PETER HAWKINS, MELVYN HAYES, ROY KINNEAR, JON PERTWEE, VICTOR SPINETTI
Music by CHRIS STUART and MIKE TOWNEND
Written by ROBIN LYONS
Producer MIKE YOUNG
Designed and directed by DAVE EDWARDS
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by FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT Read by Jane Asher for Jackanory. Part 3
Mark Curry introduces two teams from Argyll and County Londonderry who will be trying to move on to the final by answering questions based on clips from Mary Poppins , An
Elephant Called Slowly and You're A Good Sport Charlie Brown.
The winner of the live action section of the Young Film Maker's Competition, RYAN DRISCOLL , will receive a prize for his film Mark I. Designer BARRY ROACH Director MARTIN HUGHES Producer TONY HARRISON BBC Manchester
by John Masefield, dramatised in six parts by Alan Seymour
'Don't be afraid, Master Kay' said the old Punch and Judy man, 'other wolves are running, they're running after me, and they're running me very close.'
Herne the Hunter:
Foxy Faced Charles:
by JOHN ESMONDE and BOB LARBEY starring with Home Sweet Home
A boar-walker visits the Goods' estates....
Designer PAUL MUNTING
Producer JOHN HOWARD DAVIES
with Nicholas Witchell and Jeremy Paxman
Tom O'Connor challenges the panel to discover the secrets of his guests.
Jan Leeming , Chris Kelly , Sally James and Derek Jameson attempt to solve the riddles posed by Tom's guests, who tonight include Barry Cryer and Billy J. Kramer
Presented by arrangement with MARK GOODSON and TALBOT TELEVISION LTD Lighting JOHN GREEN
Sound MALCOLM JOHNSON Designer ANDY DIMOND Director BOB WILD
Producer TIM MARSHALL
by ARLINE WHITTAKER starring
Elsie has plans for a romantic evening at home with her husband -so why does she end up cooking chips for Sharon?
Designer ALAN SPALDING Produced and directed by ROGER RACE
Jamie .. The would-be assasin is interrupted during a second deadly attempt at murder.
But the discovery may have been made too late to save the victim ...
Both Donna and Lucy embark on new careers and a mysterious stranger arrives at Southfork, making a startling claim that astounds the family.
Written by DAVID PAULSEN Directed by NICK HAVINGA *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Barry Took with your comments in the programme you help to write.
Producer BERNARD NEWNHAM
by the Conservative Party (Also on BBC2 at 10.35 pm)
John Humphrys ; Weatherman
The last of six films in which Chris Serle and Paul Heiney take it in turns to learn the hard way about a new world. Auctioneer
Chris Serle hopes to make it as an auctioneer at
Sotheby's, the world's largest auction house. But it seems a tall order as he falters through his first attempts - at a small country sale in Norfolk, and the biggest cattle market in Europe. He visits tobacco auctions in America for advice from the 500-word-a-minute champions, whose tongues 'wag at both ends'. And he picks up tips from the legendary Peter Wilson , in the elegant salerooms of Monte Carlo.
'There's more to it than 1 had ever imagined' sighs
Chris, as he struggles with practice sessions at
Sotheby's, and consults top dealers, salesmen and buyers like actor Brian Glover.
But will he make it on the day? He had better. There's a lot of money at stake.
And, as Sotheby's hammer home to Chris, 'You can't afford to make mistakes'. Film editor DAVID PYGRAM
Series producer EDWARD MRZOEFF Producer JUDI CONNER
with Harry Carpenter
The Coral United Kingdom Championship from the Guild Hall, Preston The championship today reached the Quarter-final round, where STEVE DAVIS and JIMMY WHITE were expected to meet in one of the best-of-17-frame matches. International Boxing from Wembley
The middleweight showdown between Mark Kaylor and Tony Sibson topped the bill on last night's Levene/Duff promotion, with Frank Bruno for once in a supporting role against the American
Tommy 'Franco' Thomas. The Swedish Miracle
In the mid-70s Bjorn Borg became the top tennis player in the world and caused a tennis revolution in Sweden. Now there are five Swedes ranked in the top ten with many young players coming through. How can a country of just over eight million people produce so many good players?
JOHN BARRETT reports.
Plus news and reports from the UEFA Cup third round, first-leg matches.
Television presentation: Snooker NICK HUNTER Boxing BOB DUNCAN Tennis
MARTIN WEBSTER Producer ROGER MOODY Editor JOHN ROWLINSON