with Frank Bough and Nick Ross
News on the hour and half-hour read by Debbie Rix
Weather with Francis Wilson at 6.34, 6.55, 7.25, 7.55,
In Vision -a new twice-weekly look at the world of television and the personalities in the starring roles - on Monday and Friday
Round the Country -local news and weather from your BBC studios at 6.57, 7.27,
7.57 and 8.27
Sport with David Icke and Bob Wilson at 6.40 and 7.40 The Morning Papers - a personal view from the people behind the headlines. All this week:
Jobs 85 - advice on finding jobs, coping with redundancy and starting up on your own. Today -where to look, and an opportunity to win an expenses-paid training weekend on 'How to Set Up in Business'.
Also this morning - a new start time to the regular three-times-a-week pop reports from Mike Smith - tune in at 7.32.
Lynn Faulds-Wood reports from the consumer desk at
Alan Titchmarsh has his January report from the countryside.
< HELPLINES: page 93
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale Weather IAN MCCASKILL
(London and SE: Financial
Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Jazz and blues from the Chris Barber Band, post-Christmas 'positive health' tips from
Leslie Kenton , and an encounter with the latest Mr Pickwick , actor Nigel Stock. Plus a preview of a major new Pebble Mill series, Rasa Singapura - a taste of Singapore. Meet the people and see the sights of Singapore.
In this first programme of a series introducing the classic techniques of Chinese cooking, Ken Hom demonstrates his simple method of preparing one of China's most spectacular dishes, peking duck, and its traditional accompaniments, paper-thin pancakes and spring onion brushes. He visits a top Hong Kong restaurant to see how peking duck is traditionally cooked and served at an authentic Chinese banquet, and makes a delicious northern Chinese dish, potsticker dumplings.
(First shown on BBC2)
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Midnight, one more night without sleeping,
Green door, what's the secret you're keeping?
Presenter Stuart Bradley Guest Floella Benjamin Story: The Brush Man by MARGARET JOY
by J.R.R. Tolkien
Read by Freddie Jones for Jackanory
When Farmer Giles scared off a clumsy giant with his blunderbuss, people treated him as a hero. The King even sent him a letter and a special sword. Everything seemed set fair-until the dragon came...
The magic time machine takes off with the Fonz and his gang aboard. Around the world they go and back through the ages but all they really want is to find their own home town and their own time-zone - the year
1957 in Milwaukee, USA.
Landing in ancient Greece the time travellers meet an evil sorceress who has power to turn people to stone.
with Simon Groom, Janet Ellis , Michael Sundin
At 15 America's Kathy Healy is already a star of stage, screen and the ice-rink! After figure-skating in John Curry 's famous Superskate Show, aged 6, Kathy acted with Dudley Moore and Mary Tyler Moore and danced in Germany, Italy, Paris, and New York. Today she makes a whirlwind visit to the Blue Peter studio between performances as Clara in the London Festival Ballet's Nutcracker.
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Rolf Harris presents cartoon comedy - today proving that money is indeed the root of all evil - or at least when such characters as Tom and Jerry, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Droopy and Spike are involved. Classic cartoons include: Million Hare, Million-Dollar Cat and Millionaire Droopy.
with Sue Lawley and Jeremy Paxman
Guy Michelmore and Bob Wellings bring you tonight's headlines and tomorrow's talking points. The London Plus reporters are with the people making the news. Plus sport with MICHAEL WALE and stars and stories from entertainment. Editor PHILIP HARDING
The Townsend Thoresen
HMS Hermes, HMS Invincible and HMS Victory provide the setting for the next three weeks as four teams representing athletics, watersports, riding and ballsports compete for the UK championship at the RN field gun course and the life-raft survival test! This week: Athletes
KRISS AKABUSI , GARRY COOK TODD BENNETT , PHIL BROWN MARTIN GIRVAN
KIM HAGGER , KATHY COOK Coach: LYNN DAVIES v Watersports
JUNE CROFT, PENNY WAY
ANDREW HOLMES , RICHARD FOX MIKE MCINTYRE , ROBIN BREW ADRIAN MOORHOUSE CHRIS SNODE
Coach: DAVID WILKIE
Commentators DAVID VINE and RON PICKERING
Production team PETER FITTON
JOHN LEGGETT and LIZ GLADWELL Television production
PETER HYLTON CLEAVER
Produced in association with TRANS WORLD INTERNATIONAL and CANDID PRODUCTIONS INC
The first of six films Perisher:
Million Pound Captains
For the would-be submarine captain it's the moment of truth - three frigates are racing straight towards him at maximum speed. This is the 'Perisher' - the toughest course in the Navy, and reputed to cost one million pounds a man.
Narrator John Nettles
Radiophonic music ROGER LIMB
Film editor LAURENCE WILLIAMSON Written and produced by JONATHAN CRANE
©FEATURE: page 12 *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Back on Speaking Terms After the deep freeze the United States and the Soviet Union are talking again in Geneva to try to halt the nuclear arms race. From Washington Peter Taylor reports on how a hawkish administration has got itself back round the table with the Russians, and in London Fred Emery discusses whether the talks can lead to a new agreement.
Producer ANDREW CLAYTON Editor PETER IBBOTSON
with John Humphrys Weatherman
Barry Norman presents a profile of David Niven , one of Britain's best-loved stars. Including personal comments from Peter Ustinov , Douglas Fairbanks Jr , Deborah Kerr and Ann Todd - actors David Niven Jr , James Niven - sons
Bryan Forbes , Delbert Mann - directors
'He was really a very unconventional person and much more profound and much more intelligent than he gave the impression of being.' (PETER USTINOV) Film editor JOHN LEE
Producer SUE MALLINSON
Keith Carradine Powers Boothe The 'weekend warriors' of the Louisiana National Guard set off on manoeuvres deep in treacherous swampland.
When Bravo squad discovers an uncharted lake and steals canoes from the local Cajun Indians a tragic mix-up results in their leader being killed. Lost in the swamp the men find they are being ruthlessly hunted down by an unseen enemy determined to exact a brutal revenge.
Directed by WALTER HILL
(First showing on British television) t FILMS: page 25