A bright start to the day with the Breakfast Time team.
News on the hour and half hour
Weather with Francis Wilson at 6.55, 7.25, 7.55,
8.25, 8.55 and 9.18
Nationwide news, weather and travel at 6.57, 7.27, 7.57 and 8.27
Sports news and features with David Icke and Bob Wilson at 7.20. 7.45 and 8.20 The morning papers reviewed by a guest at 8.37 With today - The Top 20:
Mike Smith at 7.32 with a look at the new chart
Room Service: DIY advice from Gilly Love
Ask Alison: Alison Mitchell presents her weekly money advice
Plus all this week -
School's Out: school holiday fun and features
Wayne Jackman draws a hen and chicks and then follows Caterpillar Trail with Stuart Bradley
Ghazala Amin introduces a discussion about tenants and landlords. Taking part are Kusum Jerath , a Housing Advisory Officer,
Samina Chaudhry , Parveen Mirza and Chhanda de Majumdar, who provides
Other guests are Sudarshan and Rashmi Dheer , who present a dance.
An Asian Unit presentation BBCPebbleMill
with Frances Coverdale and Michael Cole
Weather News MICHAEL FISH
12.57 Regional News
(London and SE: Financial
Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Asian agony aunt Kailash Puri compares notes with Claire Rayner on marriage and relationships; and in Chef's Special,
Michael Smith welcomes back Prue Leith, who tackles British cookery schools.
A See-Saw programme
Told by Ray Brooks
Story and illustrations:
with Floella Benjamin Jan Arden and Robin Stevens
The children of Lee Bank
Primary, Birmingham decide to launch their spacecraft; and if you'd like your own robot, Fribble shows you how - but it's not quite what Floella has in mind!
Musical director PETER GOSUNG Percussion WILL HILL
Videotape editor SAM SEAL Outside broadcast director DIANNE KENNY
Designer AUSTIN RUDDY Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Production CHRISTINE HEWITT
by ELISABETH BERESFORD
Told by Bernard Cribbins Music by MIKE BATT
Animated and directed by IVOR WOOD
A cartoon series about the biscuit-sized dogs that defend the treasure of Biskitt Island from the wicked King Max.
Josephine Buchan presents the programme that gives you the opportunity to comment on BBCtv.
Under discussion this week: One by One.
In the studio,
David Taylor , on whose books the series was based, and Rob Heyland , who plays the part of the vet.
Prizes are given for the best written television criticism, and for drawings and paintings of your favourite television personalities. Producer pump cmlvers
A series of five programmes 4: Beware the Red Hand Gang
The gang play ghosts to frighten the kidnappers.
(Repeat. Final part on Friday at
Episode 17 by MARGARET SIMPSON
Tests in the examination room and on the sports field, and there's foul play in both! This week's cast:
Devised by PHIL REDMOND Designer MARTIN METHVEN
Script editor ANTHONY MINGHELLA Producer BEN REA
Director ROGER SINGLETON-TURNER
Janet St Clair:
with Nicholas WitcheU and Jeremy Paxman followed by Weather News
London Plus, Spotlight Points West, Look East Look North, South Today
North West Tonight Midlands Today
Join Terry and his guests for impromptu knee-squeezing and ever-spontaneous events, live from the Television Theatre, London. Director MICHAEL LEGGO Series producer
What has hundreds of tiny teeth all over its body? What might be spotted fiddling the race?
What goes for everything? Floella Benjamin and Jeremy Cherfas try to answer these and other questions the Natural History Unit has never before dared ask.
Chairman Henry Kelly has all the answers. On the teams:
Lynsey De Paul Sheila Anderson
Neil Innes , Mike Smith Designer WILL NOBLE
Research NICOLA DAVIES
Assistant producer MARION ZUNZ Director MARTYN SUKER Producer JOHN DOBSON BBC Bristol
Legacy of Hate
Mandy starts slipping on some oily charms as J.R.'s treatment of Sue Ellen and Pam finds him struggling to keep his head above water. The mystery of Naldo's killing deepens, but a key figure appears to have taken flight. Meanwhile Cliff gets into the persuasion business with Jamie, and fires an astonishing first salvo in the war for Ewing Oil.
Written by ARTHUR BERNARD LEWIS Directed by ROBERT BECKER
with Julia Somerville Weather News
Riddles of Ball and Cue All the things you never realised you wanted to know about snooker - such as why a straight shot can be rolling in both directions, and why playing from one end of the table is different from playing from the other. Steve Davis , the World
Champion, takes on Peter Lawrenson , a scientist.
With the help of slow-motion cameras, specially marked balls, an executive toy, some coins, a computer and even an electric drill, their unusual contest offers some unexpected revelations.
But no prizes for guessing who wins the game. Series editor DAVID FILKIN Producer CHARLES HUFF
Introduced by Harry Carpenter The Embassy
World Professional Snooker Championship
Snooker's first millionaire player, STEVE DAVIS , should be through to the last 16 and beginning his second-round match tonight in defence of his world title. Meanwhile Canadian CLIFF THORBURN, the 1980 World Champion and No 3 seed this year, completes his first-round match. At stake for the winner, the richest prize in snooker - £60,000.
Commentators TED LOWE
JACKKARNEHM,CLIVE EVERTON International Boxing
MARK KAYLOR returns to the ring this week for the first time since losing his British and Commonwealth titles to Tony Sibson last November. Also on the Barrett-Duff promotion at the York Hall in London, American BUSTER DRAYTON , who once knocked out Kaylor. And CORNELIUS BOZA EDWARDS , the former World Junior Lightweight Champion, takes on American opposition. Commentator
And the rest of tonight's news from the sporting world. Television presentation: Snooker NICK HUNTER Boxing BOB DUNCAN
Producer ROGER MOODY Editor JOHN ROWLINSON