starts your day with half an hour of news, sport, weather and travel available to all viewers whether or not they have teletext sets.
Frank Bough and Selina Scott present the brightest start to the day. For timetable see Monday. Including today: Zoe's
View -Breakfast Time's teenage correspondent
Zoe Brown files her latest report; Glynn Christian has more hints from the kitchen; and Richard Smith takes your medical calls on his topic of the week.
9.20 Pages from Ceefax
Presenter Lain Lauchlan
10.50 Pages from Ceefax
with Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart
Weather News BILL GILES
12.57 Regional News
(London and SE: Financial
Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
In the last of her series travel expert Jill Crawshaw gives more advice on family holidays, and home improvements specialist
Bill Eykyn reports on the latest progress at the Pebble Mill house.
Editor PETER HERCOMBE
A See-Saw programme by PETER FIRMIN and OUVER POSTGATE
Presented by Barbara Dickson and Penny Junor
Today they look at
Post-natal Care: a look at some of the problems facing new mothers.
Sleep: do people really need a full eight hours?
Anyone Can Draw: artist
Brian McGeogh sets out to prove it.
Plus Vernon's Postbag: agony uncle,
Dr Vernon Coleman , answers more of his correspondence. and People in View:
Michael Wood , writer and presenter of In Search of the Trojan War, discusses history on television.
Studio director ISHBEL MACLEAN Producer MARIANNE BAIRD
Series editor GORDON MENZIES BBC Scotland
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2.40 Pages from Ceefax
3.48 Regional News
Four finicky fishermen, Frying fritters
Presenter Brian Jameson Guest Carol Chell
Story: A Story, a Story by GAIL E. HALEY
Storyteller Grace Hallworth Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Graphics TOM BROOKS
Film editor ROGER DACIER Designer MAGGIE CARROLL
Series producer ANNE GOBEY Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
(Rpt. Repeated next Thurs morning) Book, Play School Play Ideas 2. £1.25 from booksellers
Captain Standfast and the Golden Key with the voices of SUSAN SHERIDAN and PETER HAWKINS Written and drawn bv PETER MADDOCKS Music by ROGER GREENAWAY GAVIN GREENAWAY Record. RESL 155, from retailers
by JANE GARDAM
Told by Bernard Hill for Jackanory 4: Table Talk
Disguise and Gals
A cartoon starring the two ever-hungry bears Yogi and Boo-Boo.
A series of cartoon adventures
In which Dogtanian and his faithful horse Sandy try to rescue Juliet from the clutches of the Cardinal's man, Count Rochefort.
with Simon Groom Janet Ellis and Michael Sundin
Tales from the Secret Annexe
The diaries of a 13-year-old girl written during the Nazi occupation of Holland, inspired millions of people all over the world. Re-live Anne Frank's story -on the day more of her secret writings are published.
Assistant editor Lewis Bronze Editor Biddy Baxter
The classic medical drama series starring with guest stars
The Art of Taking a Powder In the first of a two-part story, Kildare becomes involved in a family feud when a failed actor arrives to be with his dying father. Rather closer to the doctor's heart, however, is Zoe Lawton 's strange behaviour and her plans for the future..... (Repeat. Part 2 next Tuesday)
as Dr James Kildare:
as Dr Leonard Gillespie:
as Richard Ross:
as Charlene Ross:
as Bruno Rossi:
Sue Lawley and Nicholas WitcheU present 30 minutes of the latest pictures, stories and events of the day followed by Weather News
London Plus, Spotlight
South Today, Points West Look East, Look North North West Tonight Midlands Today
by Bill Lyons.
'I can't blame you for having such good taste in women. But she's spoken for. So don't try it on with my missus again'.
(For cast see Tuesday page 44. Omnibus edition next Sunday)
Presenting hits from the Top 40 and videos from the Top 10 Introduced by Peter Powell and Mike Smith Sound KEITH GUNN
Lighting WARWICK FIELDING Designer GARY WILLIAMSON
Production MICHAEL HURLL
by John Sullivan
starring David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst with Buster Merryfield.
post that mentions
Bill Beaumont and Emlyn Hughes captain two teams of sporting celebrities.
Their guests this week are: from soccer, the Manchester United and Scotland International
Gordon Strachan ; Essex's county championship captain, Keith Fletcher ; from swimming
Adrian Moorhouse ; and the world squash champion,
Jahangir Khan from Pakistan. Questionmaster
David Coleman tests their knowledge of the faces, facts and feats that revive memories of the greatest
- and the funniest - moments in sport.
The third of a series of questions in a week-by-week sporting challenge for viewers.
Director PETER HAYWARD Producer mike ADLEY BBC Manchester
with Julia Somerville Weather News
by AGATHA CHRISTIE dramatised in three daily parts by ALAN PLATER with 1: The small village of Chipping Cleghorn.... the late 1940s. In among the small ads of the local paper, placidly reflecting the daily transactions of ordinary village life, there appears an unobtrusive advertisement announcing the time and place of a forthcoming murder. The inhabitants of the village assume it's just a harmless piece of fun ...
Music composed by KEN HOWARD and ALAN BLAIKEY
Photography PETER HALL
Film recordist MALCOLM CAMPBELL Make.up designer MARTHA LIVESLEY Costume designer BRIAN WILLIS Editor JERRY LEON
Editorx RAYMOND CUSICK Producer GUY SLATER Director DAVID GILES
(Part 2 tomorrow at 9.25 pm) *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
as Miss Blacklock:
as Miss Bunner:
as Det Insp Craddock:
as Mrs Easterbrook:
as Miss Murgatroyd:
as Col Easterbrook:
as Mrs Swettenham:
as Miss Hinchcliffe:
as Det Sgt Fletcher:
The Rev Harmon:
with Sir Robin Day
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.
With Sir Robin Day at the Greenwood Theatre, London: Norman Lamont , mp Jonathon Porritt Elizabeth Rees Norman Willis
Director ANN MORLEY Producer uz ELTON Editor
A series of nine programmes for budding rock musicians. This week
Deirdre Cartwright (guitar) Henry Thomas (bass) and Geoff Nicholls (drums) look at basic playing techniques and the way in which the instruments fit together rhythmically - often taking cues from patterns laid down by the drums.
With comments from John Taylor Carl Palmer
Robbie Shakespeare Dennis Bovell Larry Graham and many more!
Produced by CHRIS LENT
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