with Frank Bough , 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 twice-weekly look at the world and stars of television - on Monday and Friday
Round the Country - news and weather from local BBC studios at 6.57, 7.27, 7.57, 8.27 Sport with David Icke and Bob Wilson at 6.40 and 7.40 The Morning Papers - a personal look behind the news Today - Pop News from Mike Smith at 7.32; consumer report from
Lynn Faulds Wood and Alan Titchmarsh 's monthly look at the countryside.
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale Weather BILL GILES
12.57 Regional News
(London and SE: Financial
Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Continuing the series Rasa
Singapura, Paul Coia spends a day with a typical young family-Joo Hock Quek, his wife Anastasia and son
Benjamin. And he experiences' something of high-rise living in modern Singapore.
Ken Hom looks at techniques used to cook meat.
Presenter Wayne Jackman Guest Jane Hardy. Story:
Small Pig by ARNOLD LOBEL
by ROALD DAHL
Read by Bill Oddie for
Jackanory Sophie couldn't sleep.
Perhaps this is what they call the witching hour, when all the dark things come out of hiding....
Today: The Snatch
with Simon Groom
Janet Ellis , Michael Sundm Just 12 weeks after the launch of the LifeSaver
Appeal, the Ethiopia target has been more than doubled. Find out today if the Lifeboats target has been reached. Plus news of the important LifeSaver Appeal Auction.
Rolf Harris presents half an hour of cartoon comedy, today based loosely on the theme of outer space.
Classic cartoons include
Boyhood Daze, Little Buck
Cheeser and Lighter than Hare Director MAY MILLER Producer DAVID PLATT
with Sue Lawley and Jeremy Paxman
Guy Michelmore and Bob Wellings bring you tonight's headlines and tomorrow's talking points. Editor PHILIP HARDING
The Townsend Thoresen Junior Superstars Championship
Presented by Ron Pickering and David Vine
This year's finalists compete in eight events at RAF Cosford and Patshull Park, Shropshire. For the first time the finalists will automatically qualify for next week's UK Superstars.
Paul Berry, under-18 judo champion from Manchester
Paul Donnelly, winner Northern Ireland and North West England. Gaelic football medallist
David McArdle, winner Midlands, Wales and West of England. A bi-athlete at Millfield School, Somerset
Stuart Pearson from Cheam, Surrey. His sport is water polo
Martyn Tomney, winner of Scotland and North East. Rugby union and athletics
Paul Trotman from Long Buckby, Northants. Rugby union, baseball and soccer
Glenn Wallis, winner London and South East. Number two in Great Britain's under-21 judo squad
Chris Whur, county triple jump and pentathlon champion from North Humberside
Produced in association with Trans World International and Candid Productions Inc
Inside the Royal Navy's most secret service.
Taking the Black Pig to Sea HMS Repulse is one of Britain's four Polaris submarines. She is huge-longer than Wembley football pitch - but for one man, not big enough. Living on a submarine was more than he could stand.
Narrator John Nettles
Film editor LAURENCE WlLLlAMSON Written and produced by JONATHAN CRANE
Book, £8.75, from booksellers
Jobs - What's the Answer?
As unemployment keeps on rising the demands are growing again for the Government to spend more money creating jobs. Some Tory mps have joined voices urging that jobs could be found in repairing Britain's crumbling roads, sewers, and public buildings
But Mrs Thatcher and her ministers are adamant that the only way to get 'real jobs' is their strategy to cut taxes in next month's Budget.
Fred Emery reports on the fierce debate dividing economists, businessmen, trade unionists and politicians.
John Humphrys ; Weatherman
A feature-length episode introducing a new American series beginning next week starring Don Johnson
Philip Michael Thomas
Sonny Crockett is a tough no-nonsense cop in the Miami Vice Department. Raphael Tubbs is a New
York street policeman also working undercover in South Florida. The two are drawn into an uneasy partnership by a common target -a vicious drugs dealer responsible for killings that hit close to home for both men. But who is Tubbs? Nothing about him checks out. And in a city of temptation where everything has its price, can they even trust each other?
Written by ANTHONY YERKOVICH Directed by THOMAS CARTER
Trini de Soto:
Hollywood is still the home of the American Dream - where fame and fortune can be achieved overnight. Barry Norman looks at the attitudes towards success and failure. Taking part are
Ali MacGraw , Angie Dickinson Henry Winkler ,
Charlton Heston. Christopher Atkins Linda Evans
Film editor JOHN HOUSE
Producer JUDY UNDSAY