with Nick Ross and Debbie Greenwood Including this morning:
Advice Line - the Breakfast Time panel answers your calls and your letters at 7.32 and 8.45; Titch's Pitch - -join Alan Titchmarsh in his garden for seasonal advice; Glynn Christian cooks up some recipe ideas; and Beverley Alt casts her eye over the latest fashions. Plus special guest Zandra Rhodes
I've got tickets for everything Yes, yes, yes I have
Presenter Chloe Ashcroft Guests Brian Jameson , Stuart Bradley
Story: Augustus Grand by ROBIN HALDANE
Director SHARON MILLER.
with Richard Whitmore and Michael Cole
Weather News BILL GILES
A See-Saw programme Getting Away
Everybody in Pigeon Street is going on holiday.
Mr Macadoo wants to go too. Gerald and Mr Baskerville look after his pet shop while he's away. But things don't go quite according to plan.
The Lawn Tennis Championships
MARTINA NAVRATILOVA , the defending champion, begins the defence of her title on the Centre Court and few will doubt her ability to win for the sixth time in eight years. Last year she won the coveted Grand Slam (and with it one million dollars) and she comes to these great Championships seemingly unbeatable on the grass.
However, 127 others will be trying to prove she isn't and they include CHRIS LLOYD , a three-time winner here and the conqueror of Navratilova in the final of the French Championship a fortnight ago. Since that victory Lloyd has been named the world's number one and the competition between these two great players will be fierce.
Legs, Legs, Legs
The gunnard fish has legs of a sort, the little hudskipper has fins it uses like legs, but when it comes to legs, the racehorse wins.
Fifth of six programmes Presented by with Grant Santino and The UK Warriors Adam Wide
Strawberry Switchblade and Hitlist, among others.
Ms Walsh has got it in for the lift boy today with her obsession for health and exercise.
Written by FRANK HOPKINSON and PHILFTTZPATRICK
Graphics CHARLOTTE CASTLE Designer CAROL GOLDER Producer JOHN SMITH
Series producer JUDY WHTTFIELD
The latest information on our wildlife with Su Ingle and Michael Jordan
In a secret location in Bristol, a concealed television camera is watching a sparrowhawk's nest. The pictures come back live into the Wildtrack studio. The female is sitting on eggs and Su and Mike keep their fingers crossed that this week the chicks will be seen for the first time.
And there's the next visual clue for the Wildtrack quiz.
Su gives the special numbers to ring for the second, and easier, sound clue. Producer MIKE BEYNON BBC Bristol
starring with guest stars
1: A FeWHearts, A Few FlowersIn this four-part story, the stormy marriage of a popular author and a wealthy socialite is given a new battleground at Blair, the repercussions of which are to be felt by several of the medical staff.
Dr James Kildare:
Dr Leonard Gillespie:
Nurse Zoe Lawton:
with Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell followed by Weather News
London Plus, Spotlight Points West, Look East
Look North, South Today North West Today Midlands Today
by Gilly Fraser.
'To get anywhere in this country now, he has to be twice as good as the white kids'.
EastEnders Line: [number removed] Manchester: [number removed]
Noel Edmonds re-creates a special moment in the life of Leslie Crowther.
Featuring the sights and sounds of summer 1951.
Highlighting the fashions, crazes, styles, popular music, films, television, radio, and news stories of the time. Comparing the prices in Noel's 1951 shopping bag.
Discovering what happened to the people who found themselves in the headlines. with Jean Crowther Samantha Fox
The Chipping Campden
Shin-Kicking Champions and this week's guest reader of the news clips who was himself making news. Music from the Beverley Sisters
Research JENNIE BOND Assistant producers
LINDA MCCARTHY , DAVID NICOLSON Produced and directed by HENRY MURRAY
Bob Monkhouse presents another edition of his international comedy showcase, this week featuring the affectionate humour of Max Boyce , the precision observations of Kelly Monteith , and the original impressionist skills of rising star Gary Wilmot. with THE HARRY STONEHAM BAND Programme associate NEIL SHAND Script associate DENNIS BERSON Director GEOFF MILES
Produced by JOHN FISHER
with John Humphrys and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world
Target: Miss World
On the eve of the Los Angeles Sister Cities beauty pageant a Navajo girl is brutally killed in an attack seemingly without motive. Houston's investigations uncover a strange link with the contest but are hampered by Indian superstition as he attempts to keep a particularly dangerous wolf from the door....
Written by ROBERT BRENNAN Directed by CUFF BOLE
C J Parsons:
Det Lt Hoyt:
Match of the Day
DESMOND LYNAM introduces highlights of the second day's play.
MARTINA NAVRATILOVA starts the defence of her singles title which she has held since 1982, and GERALD WILLIAMS assesses the day's news. Editor JOHN ROWLINSON
Italy today seen through the lives of ten different Italians. 5: The Man from
Alfa Mauro Fiamenghi inhabits two worlds. From Monday to Friday he's involved in angry meetings at the Alfa Romeo car factory near Milan. He's a quality controller on the production line, a communist and in the thick of his union's fight to resist lay-offs.
Mauro's other world is a two-hour train journey away, high up in the Alps. He goes there every weekend to escape with his wife and young children. Narrated by Michael Pennington Written by DAVID WILLEY
Series producer JEREMY BENNETT Producer RICHARD LIGHTBODY
Enlightening glimpse of the life-style of a communist shop steward.