Frank Bough and Selina Scott provide a bright start to the day with the Breakfast Time team.
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 and 9.18
Nationwide news, weather, travel 6.57, 7.27, 7.57, 8.27 Sports news and features with David Icke , Bob Wilson at 7.20, 7.45 and 8.20
The Morning Papers: a personal selection from a morning guest at 8.37
With today - The Top 20:
Mike Smith looks in at 7.32 Room Service: DIY advice from Gilly Love
Fit to Eat: Diana Moran and Glynn Christian on getting fit and healthy through Lent
Presenter Chloe Ashcroft Guest Stuart Bradley
In today's programme Surinder Kochar and Parveen Mirza meet
Sadia Dehlvi , editor of Bano, one of the most popular women's magazines in India. Music is provided by Alamgir Mir and Leela Ghosh. An Asian Unit presentation
with Michael Cole and Frances Coverdale
Weather News MICHAEL FISH
(London and SE: Financial
Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Music, entertainment, and medicine matters with Dr David Delvin , plus Chef's Special in which Michael Smith invites another top cook to join him in the Pebble Mill kitchen.
A See-Saw programme by DAVID MCKEE
Narration Ray Brooks
A See -Saw programme with Brian Cant
Larry loans his ladder to look in the loft for some labels with letters on. Can you look for bric-a-brac that begins with 'L'?
Designer MARY PENLEY. EDWARDS Written and produced by NICK WILSON
They swing through the trees With the greatest of ease Presenter lain Lauchlan Guest Sarah Long
Story: Master Salt, the Sailor's Son by ALLAN AHLBERG
Illustrations by ANDRE AMSTUTZ Musical director PAUL READE Flautist MARTIN FRITH
Percussion ALAN GRAHAME
Photographs by JOHN JEFFORD Designer CHRIS WEBSTER
Series producer ANNE GOBEY
Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
by ELISABETH BERESFORD
Told by Bernard Cribbins Music by MIKE BATT
Animated by BARRY LEITH
Directed by IVOR WOOD
A cartoon adventure series about Petey, the brave puppy who goes half across the world in search of his master. His friends Dolly, Duke, Dash and Lucky go with him and take part in his amazing adventures.
Written and illustrated by NORMAN LINDSAY
Told by William Rushton for Jackanory
The Third Slice Music PAUL READE
Designer DONAL WOODS
Producer ANGELA BEECHlNG Adapted and directed by CHRISTINE SECOMBE
The Teen Angels and their favourite caveman are taken for a ride in a stage-coach robbery when they visit Dodge City.
with Paul McDowell
Last of six episodes by CHRIS BARLAS Growing Pains
Duncan provides a disco and light show for Sandy's 16th birthday party. But it's when Ian arrives that her problems begin.
Production manager JANE REDMAN Film cameraman KEITH BURTON Designer MEL BIBBY
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director MARILYN FOX
Episode 12 by FRANCES GALLEYMORE Rehearsals for the new musical Brighton Rock.
Precious sings her heart out; Zammo would like to knock Banksie's teeth out. Devised by PHIL REDMOND
Director ROGER SINGLETON-TURNER (For cast see Monday page 42) *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Nicholas Witchell and Jeremy Paxman present 30 minutes of the latest pictures, stories and events followed by Weather News
London Plus, Spotlight Points West, Look East Look North, South Today
North West Tonight Midlands Today
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. With a chance to see two of the entries for A Song for Europe.
Sea hares do it in long lines ... sea urchins do it face-to-face ... cuttlefish do it at arms' length ... amazing facts from the natural world. But are they true or false? Join Henry Kelly with Floella Benjamin Jeremy Cherfas and their guests Dave Lee Travis, Windsor Davies
Toni Arthur , Mike Stoddart Designer WILL NOBLE
Research NICOLA DAVIES
Assistant producer MARION ZUNZ Director MARTYN SUKER
Producer JOHN DOBSON. BBC Bristol
Lock-up in Laredo
Jenna is held on suspicion of Naldo's murder, but as Bobby attempts to put up bail something about her story begins to smell funny. Pam continues searching for Mark while Lucy tries to land her man in an unusual way. Donna and Ray uncover information which could prove explosive in the light of Jamie's encounter with J.R. in a Dallas restaurant ...
Written by DAVID PAULSEN Directed by PATRICK DUFFY *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
by the Conservative Party (Also on BBC2 at 10.35 pm)
with John Humphrys Weather News
The Long Watch
Fifty Years of Radar with William Woollard It all began 50 years ago in a muddy field in Northamptonshire with three scientists, an RAF bomber and a borrowed BBC short-wave transmitter. The experiment was to lead to the radar which won the Battle of Britain and defeated the U-boats in the Atlantic.
Today civil airlines could not operate without it, neither could the space programme. Radar also forms NATO's first line of defence in the cold war; it has come a long way from that muddy field.
Series editor DAVID FILKIN Producer BRIAN JOHNSON
with Harry Carpenter International Athletics The Newcastle
City Centre 5000
Olympic 1500m champion SEBASTIAN COE moves Up to 5,000m tonight in a race run through the streets of Newcastle upon Tyne. Last year's winner MIKE MCLEOD starts favourite on home ground, but the world's fastest marathon man, STEVE JONES , may well have a say in the final outcome.
DAVID COLEMAN ,
RON PICKERING , BRENDAN FOSTER International Boxing from Wembley Arena
FRANK BRUNO and BARRY MCGUIGAN were the chief attractions on last night's Levene/Duff promotion.
McGuigan was defending his European Featherweight crown, while Bruno was hoping that an impressive performance against the former European Champion LUCIEN RODRIGUEZ of France would earn him a tilt at the heavyweight title. Television presentation:
Athletics JOHN SHREWSBURY Boxing BOB DUNCAN
Producer ROGER MOODY Editor JOHN ROWLINSON
(Athletics organised by the AAA)
with Desmond Wilcox
The award-winning film story that touched the hearts of the nation-now a trilogy, to bring it up to date.
1: The Boy David
He was the baby from the Peruvian jungle abandoned in a paupers' hospital, the centre of his face destroyed by disease. He has become a miracle of surgical achievement - and of love-since Ian Jackson , the distinguished plastic surgeon, took on the job of rebuilding his face. And the whole Jackson family took on the job of giving him a home -and family.
One of the greatest documentaries I have ever seen. (DAILY EXPRESS) The kindness of all concerned, the inventive genius of Ian Jackson 's surgical team ana, most of all, the sheer pluck and will to live of the little boy will haunt the memory for years to come. (DAILY MAIL) Every penny, every moment of time, every inch of film spent on the making of this unforgettable
Desmond Wilcox documentary was justified last night. It was all so moving, tears alone didn't seem enough. (GLASGOW EVENING TIMES) An extraordinary story of tremendous compassion and determination and an unusual and moving tribute to the warmth of human kindness. (DAILY TELEGRAPH) Director ALEX MCCALL
Producer DESMOND WILCOX BBC Scotland