with Selina Scott and Nick Ross
The brightest start to your day with the team that's best at breakfast.
At a glance, the Breakfast Time timetable:
News on the hour and half hour read by Debbie Rix Weather with Francis Wilson at 6.55, 7.25, 7.55,
8.25, 8.55, 9.18
Nationwide news, weather and travel from your local BBC studio at 6.57, 7.27.
Sports news and features with David Icke and Bob Wilson at 7.20, 7.45, 8.20 The morning papers - a personal view from a guest of the morning at 8.37 Including this morning:
Mike Smith has the latest pop news at 7.32;
Lynn Faulds Wood reports from the consumer desk at 8.15; David Wheal presents In Vision - a preview of the week's television and the latest news from around the studios; and Fit to Eat - Diana Moran and Glynn Christian with the latest on their campaign to be fit and healthy through Lent.
Book, Glynn Christian's Best of Breakfast Time Cook Book, £1.75 from booksellers
Among the guests today are child care expert Penelope Leach on how best to prepare young children for their first day at school, and Ju Hee Suh, the talented 17-year-old Korean pianist who was the youngest finalist ever to be in the Leeds Piano Competition.
4: ... at Home
Jacqueline Burgoyne examines some of the new developments which are challenging traditional roles in the family. Commentary
Film editor TERRY WILLIAMS
Producer BERNARD ADAMS Book, Men ... an Investigation into the Emotional Male, E2.95 from booksellers
The fifth of eight programmes about self-defence presented by Sarah Kennedy.
Three women talk about the way they dealt successfully with difficult encounters in cars and Judith Lowe teaches Sarah a trick to deter a persistent Lothario in a car. Production CLARE BRIGSTOCKE JENNY ROGERS
Book, £1.95 from booksellers
Eight short programmes about tourist German - all you need to survive.
Devised to TERRY HAWKIN 5: Wie Gehts with PETRA ULICH , JAMES MCKENNA ,
ROSEMARY FRANKAU , RAYMOND MASON Directed by NICHOLAS METCALFE Produced by TONY ROBERTS
Book, £2.95 from booksellers
SuperTed and his friend Spottyman are always on the alert when the evil Texas Pete is around....
Back pages: 86
written and illustrated by NORMAN LINDSAY
Told by William Rushton for Jackanory
0, who would be a puddin' A puddin' in a pot - especially when the puddin' in question is so special that its owners spend all their time (between eating and singing) fending off villainous, professional puddin' thieves. The First Slice
0 BACK PAGES: 86
Happy Birthday Goldie!
Britain's favourite golden retriever is 7 years old today. Join in the celebrations with a grand reunion of her puppies - Prince and Henry who are fully qualified Guide Dogs for the Blind, Buster, Sandy and Lady.
Assistant editor LEWIS BRONZE Editor BIDDY BAXTER
A series of 18 programmes Episode 11 by Rosemary Mason
The French still occupy Grange Hill. Julian wouldn't care if he never heard a bonjour or a bonsoir again. Gonch and Hollo hear all sorts of things from bugging the staffroom!
This week's cast:
(Episode 12 Wednesday 5.35 pm)
Janet St Clair:
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 the stars and stories from the world of entertainment. Editor PHILIP HARDING
Welcome to the Elysian fields of Shepherd's Bush for the show that is a dull opiate for the heat-oppressed brain. Join Terry and his guests live from the Television Theatre. Director KEVIN BISHOP
Series producer FRANCES WHITAKER
starring as the staff and students of New York's celebrated dream factory, the High School for the Performing Arts
How will the staff and students cope when they are snowed-in at the school one night? While Chris and Danny try to mend the heating, Doris, Jesse, Nicole and a very frightened intruder find they need to make repairs of a different sort.... Written by PAUL AND SHARON
BOORSTIN. Directed by BILL CLAXTON
by JEREMY LLOYD and DAVID CROFT
Friends and Neighbours starring
The staff are offered accommodation on the premises to save time and money on travelling. They soon discover that flat sharing is not a bed of roses.
Designer BERNARD LLOYD-JONES Executive producer DAVID CROFT Produced and directed by MARTIN SHARDLOW
The Jewish Pawns in Russia's Game
Inna Begun has not seen her husband Yosif, a prisoner in a Soviet labour camp for two years. She's just started a hunger strike in protest. Tens of thousands of Russian Jews are desperate to leave the Soviet Union, but only a tiny handful are being allowed to go.
Cut off from their families abroad, those left behind are harassed by the KGB. Many have been sacked from their jobs, others like Yosif Begun have been jailed.
In a report filmed secretly in Moscow and Leningrad Richard Lindley talks to the 'refuseniks' who fear that they are now Soviet pawns in the superpower game. Producer LORRAINE HEGGESSEY Editor PETER IBBOTSON
Michael Moriarty Yaphet Kotto Susan Blakely
'We have the biggest scandal the department ever had', exclaims the New York Commissioner of Police when an attractive girl is found shot in the flat of a drugs dealer and a policeman is held for murder. They were both undercover cops working the Times Square jungle of pimps, prostitutes and hustlers and the Commissioner demands a report - not a cover-up - into what went wrong.
Screenplay by ABBY MANN and ERNEST TIDYMAN
Based on the novel Report to the Commissioner by JAMES MILLS Produced by M. J. FRANKOVICH Directed by MILTON KATSELAS
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