with Frank Bough and Debbie Greenwood 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
6.57, 7.27, 7.57, 8.27
Sports news and features with Paul McDowell 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 '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.
Shooting of Caribou Lou Pink in the Clink
5: The Pirates
Tom, Huck and Jim, the slave, have discussed ways of getting rid of warts. They decided to try Huck's method, which meant going to the cemetery at midnight.
There they saw the murder of Dr Robinson by Indian Joe and made an oath never to tell what they saw. But next day the wrong man, Muff Potter , is arrested.
Things to do and things to make, cakes and jokes, puzzles and posers, indoors and out, from the Bristol gang. Mike Jordan forsakes Wildtrack and Hank wins a prize at a pet show. And get your ear-plugs ready for the Why Don't You... ? orchestra!
Presenter Carol Chell
Guests Ewart James Walters
Gerald Forsyth Story:
How the Agouti Lost His Tail by GRACE HALLWORTH
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Woodwind DAVID MOSES Graphics TOM BROOKS
Director SHARON MILLER
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
with Frances Coverdale and Moira Stuart Weather News
1.27 Regional News (London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
2.30 The Rous Memorial Stakes (6f)
3.0 The Virginia Water Maiden Stakes (6f)
3.30 The Brown Jack Stakes
The race that commemorates Ascot's most popular hero.
4.5 The Sandwich Maiden Stakes (7f)
JIMMY LINDLEY , JOHN HANMER Producer FRED VINER
4.18 Regional News
by ROGER HARGREAVES Little Miss Splendid Narrated by Pauline Collins and John Alderton and Mister Jelly
Narrated by Arthur Lowe Produced and directed by TREVOR BOND and TERRY WARD
Misadventures with Popeye, the spinach-guzzling cartoon sailor in
Popeye of the Jungle Alpine for You Tour Each His Own
The Newsround team takes a closer look at one of the big stories, exciting events, or fascinating personalities that are making eye-catching news. Paul McDowell reports this week on: Fairgrounds - Dodging the Dangers
In the last ten years more than 100 people have been injured and 15 killed in fairground accidents. As demand grows for more exciting rides, Paul investigates, in Britain and Holland, the efforts to make our fun-fairs safer.
Producer NICK HEATHCOTE Editor ERIC ROWAN
with Floella Benjamin Joanna Munro
Andrew Secombe and Nick Wilton
It's interesting information week on Fast Forward!
1,253 years ago today Isiah Thrubweller from
Alii Barumtum (a made-up place somewhere near Egypt) was voted the world's worst architect after he built the world's first round pyramid! Also Reginald Thlabbing was the first person to train his nose to run in a marathon!
Fast Forward is a programme for slightly clever people.
Musicafdirector JONATHAN COHEN Associate producer TREVOR MCCALLUM
Producer JOHN SMITH (First shoum on BBC2)
Introduced by Bernard Falk
The team of adventurers from Britain and America receive more clues as to the whereabouts of the defecting biochemist.
Their overnight stop on a deserted island proved to be an interesting challenge.
Builder Tony Jones comes into his own and vet Jane Wilson shows off her professional skills.
The biggest problems arise when they discover their canoes have been stolen by the enemy. So how will they get back to the mainland? The Americans are full of bounce and good humour and still holding on to their substantial lead.
Director Brian Strachan Producer Philip Franklin
BBC Pebble Mill
with Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey followed by Weather News
London Plus, Spotlight
South Today, Points West Look East, Look North North West Tonight Midlands Today
As the tide goes out, and the temperature soars, Terry stays out of the sun and keeps cool in the Television Theatre, while outside Shepherd's Bush Green sizzles in the heat.
The Ugliest American
Comedian Sonny Rando's anti-Austrian jokes hardly endear him to the people of Vienna, but rather more worrying are his mysterious sojourns into Eastern bloc countries. Sent to investigate a possible spy, Jack and Dani stumble on a tale of past liaisons, lost daughters and body-broking - and that's no laughing matter ...
Written by MILT ROSEN Directed by DON WEIS
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
by ARLINE WHTTTAKER
The last in the present series starring
When gambling fever grips the men of Blake and Sons, and money disappears from Elsie's desk, trouble spreads out in all directions and tears sting more than one pair of eyes.
Sound ROY BRADSHAW
Designer PAUL MONTAGUE Lighting ROBIN EMPSALL
Executive producer ROGER RACE Produced and directed by MIKE STEPHENS BBC Manchester
with John Humphrys
Weekend Weather News BILL GILES
by Geoff McQueen
If Micky Noades can get Mo into the game at Taffy's snooker hall he could clean
up. The deal on the side looks good too.... 'We can't lose... can we?'
Producer TERENCE WILLIAMS
Director BRIAN LIGHTHILL
Jack The Mac':
"' ' Jack
Luck and Flaw, alias Roger Law and Peter Fluck, are the creators of the puppets which form the cast of the award-winning series, Spitting Image. Their style of 3-D caricature is unique, but in essence it is part of a tradition stretching back to James Gillray in the 1780s. Gerald Scarfe, Ralph Steadman, Trog, Steve Bell, and the octogenarian Ralph Sallon of the Mirror are contemporary caricatures whom Luck and Flaw Particularly admire. They talk about the practice and Principle of caricature today and Luck and Flaw also Present the work of some of the great names of caricature history - Low, Grosz, Daumier, Dantan, Cruikshank and Gillray himself, whom they have brought to life in the form of a new puppet.
FEATURE: page 4 and WODDIS ON: page 78
The voice of Gillray:
A feature film specially made for television with Roy Dotrice J. Ashley Hyman Peter Weller Parti
'I have taught them to march to their own drum, not to conform.' As a farewell present from her fellow teachers and pupils,
Elizabeth Winfield is given a bus pass for unlimited travel. She decides - after 50 years of teaching at the local school - to visit some of her many relatives. While she is away, local politicians and businessmen decide to sell off part of the old New England town, named Winfield after Elizabeth's family.
Screenplay by ALLAN SLOANE Directed by FIELDER COOK (Part 2 next Friday) 0 FILMS: page 21
Judge Katherine Summer: