with Frank Bough and Selina Scott
Including The Breakfast Time Doctor between 8.30 and 9.0
Live every Thursday morning and broadcast simultaneously on BBC1 and Radio 4, an audience of 150 have a chance to say what they think about issues which guarantee a good argument long after the headlines have faded. Paul Sieghart puts their opinions to the test. Research
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Executive producer JOHN WILCOX A Radiovision Unit production BBC Pebble Mill
with Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
(London and SE: Financial
Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
With 'positive health' adviser Lesley Kenton , and floral arranger Howard Franklin.
A See-Saw programme Bricks
Presented by Penny Junor and Jane Franchi. Today:
Retirement: is it something to welcome or dread?
Ante-natal Care: are all those tests and exercises during pregnancy really necessary?
Psoriasis: the skin disease that looks alarming but is not infectious
Plus Vernon's Postbag: with Vernon Coleman and People in View: Irene Handl talks about her two successful careers - as actress and novelist.
Studio director WENDIE KNIGHTON Producer MARIANNE BAIRD
Series editor GORDON MENZIES
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Known as 'Music City, USA', it has a reputation for a 'down-home' style of beauty among its women.
Dottie Snow believes the inspiration for this comes from America's Pentecostal religions.
Director RICHARD TAYLOR
It was called 'Operation Chariot' and produced five VCs, 78 other medals and 51 mentions in dispatches, between 611 men. Winston Churchill recognised it as one of the key successes of the war - and an act of almost incredible courage by 600 sailors and commandos.
At midnight on 27 March 1942 a force of Royal Navy and Commandos sailed up the River Loire, under heavy fire. Their objective - to destroy the giant Normandie dock at St Nazaire, prospective Atlantic base for the battleship Tirpitz. Against incredible odds, the dock was destroyed. But so was most of the attacking fleet.
The story is written and told by one of the survivors, former commando captain Michael Burn, MC, who finished the war in Colditz.
A BBCtv/ORTF co-production
Written and told by:
Did you ever see a monster like this one?
Presenter Elizabeth Millbank Guest Brian Jameson
Story: The Mysterious Tadpole by STEVEN KELLOGG
with the voices of DEREK GRIFFITHS, PETER HAWKINS, MELVYN HAYES, ROY KINNEAR JON PERTWEE, VICTOR SPINETTI, SHEILA STEAFEL
Music CHRIS STUART , MIKE TOWNEND Writer ROBIN LYONS
Producer MIKE YOUNG
Designed and directed by DAVE EDWARDS
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and other stories by ANTHONY ARMSTRONG Read by Penelope Keith for Jackanory
The Two Princes
Prince Jack and Prince
John, though brothers, are not at all alike. When both compete in a dragon-killing contest, they make use of their fairy gifts in very different ways.
Pictures CAROL WALKLIN
Mark Curry introduces two teams from Suffolk and Cornwall who will be hoping to move on to next week's final by answering questions on The Sword in the Stone,
It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet and The King and I.
The winner of the animated section of the Young
Film Maker's Competition, ALISON HEMPSTOCK , will receive the prize for her film Breakdown.
Designer BARRY ROACH Director MARTIN HUGHES Producer TONY Harrison BBC Manchester
Gifts Galore for Grans and Grandads!
Ssshhh! It's top secret - but if you want to surprise your gran or grandad with a very special present for Christmas, you'll need a soap-powder packet, wrapping paper and glue. Tune in today for more details.
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The Clever Trick
Narration BOB GODFREY
Episode 14 by FRANCES GALLEYMORE Does Diane Cooney 's boyfriend Mark really exist? Julie doesn't think so. Devised by PHIL REDMOND Producer KENNY MCBAIN
Director EDWARD PUGH
Janet St Clair:
with Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell
London Plus, Spotlight
South Today, Points West Look East, Look North North West Tonight Midlands Today
The latest in science and technology
Presented by Peter Macann
Maggie Philbin , Judith Hann and Kieran Prendiville Producers MICHAEL COYLE
HENRY CAMPION , DANA PURVIS and MARTIN MORTIMORE
Studio director JULIE HARRUP Editor CYNTHIA PAGE
A live presentation introduced by Mike Smith and Gary Davies Sound SCOTT TALBOTT Lighting BILL MILLAR Designer
Production MICHAEL HURLL
BBC video (BBCV/B 3023) from retailers
A comedy in six parts by ALEX SHEARER
1: Malcom is getting ready for Security Patrol, and his half-brother Sheldon accuses him of only doing the job because he likes getting dressed up in uniforms.
While Malcom is on patrol he meets his friend Fraser who is a policeman, and shows enthusiasm for joining the force.
The brothers arrange their mother's burial with The Rev Colt, who is rather taken aback with the plans made by Sheldon. And
Malcom is concerned when he hears Sheldon's ideas for their home - a roots and culture club with bands etc. starring
Music and lyrics by BLACK ROOTS Designer JULIAN Williams
Produced and directed by ROGER RACE
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The Rev Colt:
Eight programmes with Jeremy Cherfas on the changing face of zoos and wildlife parks.
6: Frozen Assets
Giant pandas and chimpanzees in deep freeze? It's not science fiction, but a hedge against extinction for wildlife. 'ET', standing for embryo transfer, is a part of the test-tube technology being employed the world over by zoos to increase their animal assets.
Jeremy Cherfas lifts the lid on some of the problems of breeding exotic animals - and shows how science is an investment against species being left out in the cold! Photography JIM SAUNDERS Sound ROGER LONG
Film editor PETER SIMPSON
Assistant producer MOIRA MANN Producer GEORGE INGER BBC Bristol
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with Julia Somerville and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman
by GAVIN LYALL
Adapted for television in three parts by BRIAN CLEMENS starring Charles Dance with Jill Meager
Harvey Ashby and special guest star Dan O'Herlihy
1: A dying man writes a letter to a senior Civil Servant who commits suicide.
SAS Major Harry Maxim is seconded to Security at
No 10. One of his tasks -to look after nuclear strategist Professor John Tyler. A Czech defector with information worth killing for - is there a connection?
Music composed by DAVE GREENSLADE
Designer DUGALD finlay
Script editor MAGGIE ALLEN Film editor DAVE HARVIE
Photography GARRY MORRISON Produced by BOB MCINTOSH Directed by ALASTAIR REID BBC Scotland
(Part 2 tomorrow at 9.25 pm)
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The programme where the public put the questions and debate the answers with those in power, those who seek it and those who influence events.
Sir Robin Day and his guests go to Yorkshire to face the questions and arguments of a Leeds audience. Around the Question Time table at Leeds University are:
Rt Hon Kenneth Baker , mp Rodney Bickerstaffe
Peter Newsam , Claire Brooks Director ANN MORLEY Producer Liz ELTON
Editor BARBARA MAXWELL
Robert Key, mp, and women attending a TUC conference in Birmingham, talk about the nature of male power and what prevents women from challenging it effectively.
To give up their power men need to change their attitudes fundamentally. A few are doing so - among them the members of a London men's group which has been meeting for six years. Commentary
Film editor TERRY Williams Producer BERNARD ADAMS
Book Men.... an investigation into the emotional male by Phillip Hodson , E2.95, from booksellers