with Sue Cook and John Mountford Timetable:
News on the hour and half hour
Weather at 6.55, 7.25, 7.55,
Nationwide news, weather and travel from your local BBC studio at
Sports news and features with David Icke at
7.20, 7.45, 8.20
Including this morning:
The latest in pop videos at
7.32; Lynn Faulds Wood
Presents Danger Watch - a consumer notebook at 8.15; Glynn 's Barrow -
Glynn Christian presents weekend shopping and price advice;
Alan Titchmarsh answers the Phones to help the weekend gardener on [number removed]; and at 8.37 Worsnip Week - Glyn Worsnip 's offbeat view of the Past week.
Presenter Brian Cant Guest Sarah Long
Story: A Duck Called Donald by JOHN-M. A. LANE
Musical director PAUL READE
Uouble-bass BRIAN BROCKLEHURST graphics JOANNA ISLES Director JOHN M. A. LANE aeries producer
Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
John M. A.
The 114th championship from Royal St George's, Sandwich. In 1981, the year this great championship was last held at Sandwich, three players achieved holes-in-one at the short par three 16th. That hole is featured again today as the world's top golfers complete their second round. Of the 150 starters only 80 will survive the 'cut' and go forward to tomorrow's third round. HARRY CARPENTER introduces live coverage.
Commentators PETER alliss CLIVE CLARK. BRUCE CRITCHLEY ALEX HAY. MARK MCCORMACK Directors
FRED VINER. ALASTAIR SCOTT
Senior director RICHARD TILLING
Executive producer HAROLD ANDERSON
with Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart Weather News IAN MCCASKILL
(London and SE: Financial
Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
A See-Saw programme The Magnet pootle is attracting all the metal things in the house -could it be the magnet he was given? It's up to
Father Flump to sort it out. Narration Gay Soper Music PAUL READE
Animation DAVID KELLEHAR producer DAVID YATES
The 114th championship The second round
Live coverage continues from Royal St George's.
by ROGER HARGREAVES Little Miss Shy
Narrated by Pauline Collins and John Alderton and Mister Silly
Narrated by Arthur Lowe Produced and directed by TREVOR BOND and TERRY WARD
The sad story of a brave little puppy told in three episodes. 3: In the last part of the story, Scruffy and her stray dog friends are in serious trouble with the police dog catchers.
The Newsround team takes a closer look at one of the big stories, exciting events or fascinating personalities that are making eye-catching news.
John Craven reports on the campaign to protect the animals that fly through the sky. Every year millions of creatures are transported from one country to another - too often in unsuitable crates, on a journey packed with stress.
Producer NICK HEATHCOTE Editor ERIC ROWAN
with Floella Benjamin Joanna Munro
Andrew Secombe and Nick Wilton
Some important things to do today! Take socks to the dentist, have filling at launderette, feed hair, wash gerbils, programme a banana, peel a computer, switch on a drink and open a can of sparkling and refreshing Fast Forward!
Associate producer TREVOR MCCALLUM
Producer JOHN SMITH
Introduced by Bernard Falk A landslide, some electrical engineering and a viaduct to negotiate are some of the problems the teams from
Britain and America have to overcome in their search for the defecting biochemist.
After seven-and-a-half hours of their 30-hour ordeal the Americans have pulled out a one-and-a-half-hour lead, but still no sign of the defector.
The first problem this week is how to make a device that will continue to transmit an intermittent electrical signal when unattended.
The British are starting to argue-can they pull themselves together and make up for lost time? Director Brian Strachan Producer Philip Franklin
BBC Pebble Mill
with Sue Lawley and Andrew Harvey followed by Weather News
Welcome to the wide open spaces where the Lone Star of Shepherd's Bush Green reigns supreme. director KEVIN BISHOP Series producer
starring filthy, Wealthy and Dead
The water is warm' - and Perfectly deadly. Dani and Jack investigate the affairs of a Mexican health resort following the mysterious deaths of three prominent businessmen, but things get a little complicated when they have to pose as an eloping couple - and then the 'bride' falls for the prime suspect ...
Written by FRED RAPPAPORT Directed by BRUCE KESSLER
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by ARLINE WHITTAKER starring .
When Roland's mother turns up with the news that she has bought a puppy for Elsie, there is a distinct lack of enthusiasm in the Beecroft household. After all, it is a sheepdog and Elsie doesn't keep sheep. Sharon, on the other hand, is mourning for Winston, her pet tortoise, who appears to have been a victim of the council repair truck.
Sound ROY BRADSHAW
Designer PAUL MONTAGUE Lighting ROBIN EMPSALL
Executive producer ROGER RACE Produced and directed by MIKE STEPHENS BBC Manchester
with Julia Somerville and the BBC's reporters and correspondents
Weekend Weather News
Street Wise and Nancy Free by GEOFF MCQUEEN
An unscrupulous club owner, strong drink and a beautiful woman - each one a threat to Micky Noades when he enters Mo for a money match at Stone's Club.
Producer TERENCE WILLIAMS Director CHRISTOPHER KING
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Quickly Up the Thames Eric Newby has been an apprentice on one of the last great sailing ships, a soldier behind enemy lines in the Second World War, an amateur mountaineer and a fashion buyer. Travel, and the kind of adventures most often found in boys' stories, have been the stuff of his life. But he is first and foremost a writer who can convey the extraordinary chances of his life in a witty, self-deprecating and utterly English way.
He is the author of two highly praised volumes of autobiography, Love and War in the Apennines and Something Wholesale; and he has also written one of the most popular travel books published since the war, A Short Walk in the Hindu Kush.
In tonight's Omnibus, Newby undertakes two journeys - one a trip up the River
Thames which was at the centre of his childhood, the other a journey in time back across his unique and still developing career. Film editor DAVID HOPE Film cameramen
JOHN HOOPER , NIGEL WALTERS Director NIGEL WILLIAMS
The last of three films starring one of Hollywood's toughest tough guys. with Jack Palance
For 25 years
Monte Walsh has been a hard-living cowboy - shooting, fighting, boozing, breaking horses and making love. But as Walsh has grown older, so the West has grown up and the cowboy finds himself out of tune with the times....
Screenplay by DAVID z. GOODMAN and LUKAS HELLER from the novel by JACK SCHAEFER Produced by HAL LANDERS and BOBBY ROBERTS
Directed by WILLIAM A. FRAKER 0 FILMS: page 17
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