starts your day with half-an-hour of news, sport, weather and travel available to all viewers whether or not they have teletext sets.
Introduced by Frank Bough and Selina Scott , with their studio guests and features. For timetable see Monday
Today Jobs 85: the second in the series has advice for the newly-redundant and looks at the help on offer if you find a job in another part of the country.
Also Gardening: your chance to phone in to Alan Titchmarsh who has advice for the winter gardener; and Glynn Christian has another recipe idea.
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale Weather IAN MCCASKILL
(London and SE: Financial
Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Music and entertainment, and The Pebble Mill House: Marian Foster invites home-improvements expert Bill Eykyn to go house-hunting for a typical 'semi' in need of renovation and repair.
A See -Saw programme with Chloe Ashcroft and Don Spencer
Musical director PETER GOSLING Produced and directed by CHRISTINE HEWITT Executive producer
Five programmes on how to reduce your risks
1: Loading the Dice
What is cancer? What causes it? Is it curable? Is it preventable? These programmes will not be depressing: the clues to the puzzle span five continents, and as Dr Michael O'Donnell follows them up and looks at the latest research, you may find that you can do more than you thought to cut your risks of getting cancer.
Film editor AL GELL
Producer ANNA JACKSON
This is a rhyme
Of pantomime time,
Where you sit for a treat On a red tip-up seat
Presenter Stuart Bradley Guest Floella Benjamin Story: The Pantomime by WILMA HORSBRUGH
by J. R. R. TOLKIEN
Read by Freddie Jones for Jackanory. Part 2
The return of the nature magazine with the latest news on our wildlife.
Introduced by Su Ingle and Michael Jordan
Spectacular Animals in Remote Parts of Britain
Spectacular animals outside your window or even under your floorboards. That's what Wildtrack is all about. And to prove it Su and Mike have been out filming a wild fox that every night patrols round the back of the Wildtrack studio; the extraordinary feats performed by a group of Somerset garden birds as they solve every intelligence test that Su and Mike can devise for them, and the sperm whale that Wildtrack is tracking with a satellite!
Producer MIKE BEYNON. BBC Bristol
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with Roy Castle
Fiona Kennedy and Norris McWhirter
A high-kicking kick start, together with a magnificent monument to a posthumous parrot, the bear facts of a cuddly colossus, and more of the fascinating and frivolous, astonishing and strange, extraordinary and extreme.
Designer PAUL HAINES
Producer ALAN RUSSELL
The classic medical drama series depicting the life of a young doctor in a big city hospital starring with guest stars
A four-part story
1: Behold the Great Man A difference of medical opinion causes a running feud between Kildare and Dr Becker, a noted expert on the treatment of burns. When a critically burned man is admitted to Blair Hospital, Kildare must swallow his pride to ask for Becker's help.
Dr James Kildare:
Dr Leonard Gillespie:
Nurse Zoe Lawton:
Dr Maxwell Becker:
with Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell
London Plus, Spotlight
South Today, Points West Look East, Look North North West Tonight Midlands Today
A wildlife detective story Narrated by David Attenborough
Do these prehistoric flying reptiles from the age of the dinosaurs exist today? In a way, yes, on a remote island in the Caribbean. And there are other living clues about these flying dragons as David Attenborough searches among reptiles, bats and birds around the world. In his investigations he finds a remarkably lifelike replica that hops and jumps, another with an 11-foot wingspan that soars over the English coast, and the largest creature ever to take to the air. Devised by KEITH SCHOLEY
Photography MARTIN SAUNDERS HUGH MAYNARD , NEIL RETTIG Film editor CHRIS ORRELL
Music by ELIZABETH PARKER Produced by RICHARD BROCK
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starring Michael Caine
Noel Coward Benny Hill
Just out of jail Charlie Croker discovers he's inherited the brilliant plan for a four-million-dollar gold heist in Italy. Charlie persuades his ex-cellmate, the mighty Mr Bridger, to back the operation and recruits the services of an eccentric computer genius.
The scene is set for one of the most daring and spectacular crimes in movie history culminating in the famous Mini-Cooper chase across the city of Turin.
Screenplay by TROY KENNEDY MARTIN Produced by MICHAEL DEELEY Directed by PETER COLLINSON t FILMS: page 25
with John Humphrys Weatherman
starring and Screenplay by TREVOR BAXTER 'The old order changeth, giving way to new....' But not if Brigadier Pryce Jones and Miss Marshall have anything to do with it.
Lighting CLIVE POTTER
Producer ALAN SHALLCROSS Director JON AMIEL
Brigadier Pryce Jones:
Tim Brooke-Taylor is the questionmaster in a game to test the wits of the wittiest and the general knowledge of the most generally knowledgeable. The teams:
Marti Webb , Paul Squire Christopher Hughes
Bonnie Langford , Bill Tidy Based on an idea by IRENE THOMAS
Director ROGER CASSTLES Producer ROY RONNIE BBC Pebble Mill
'My land is Kenya' and 'I'm back where I belong' - international singing star
Roger Whittaker returns to the land of his birth after an absence of over 20 years and is the guide on a nostalgic and highly personal tour of the country with his own words and music. From the Great Rift Valley to the Mombasa coast and through the interior via the old railway network.
Directed by TOM INGLE