With Frank Bough and Sally Magnusson
Including this morning:
Zoe's View: Breakfast Time's teenage correspondent Zoe Brown files her latest report; Glynn Christian has more hints from the kitchen; and Richard Smith takes your medical calls on his topic of the week - dial [number removed].
Presenting the optimistic,
Indestructible panther who is Permanently in-the-pink and the Inspector in a triple helping of comic fantasy. Today:
Pink of the Night
Think Before You Pink (R)
When Huck recognised a boot Print, he guessed his cruel, Worthless father was after him for his money. Huck
Pleaded with Judge Thatcher to take the gold but the Judge, suspecting the truth, asked Huck to sign it over to him as trustee. Pap found
Huck, locked him in an isolated cabin and then set off to get the money. Now Huck is trying to escape before his father returns.
14: Huck Gets Away
Out and about on Barry Island.
Claire and Matthew start the day off with a splash, and Matthew, Huw and Claire look for buried treasure. Directors ALLAN COOK and RH1ANNON REES
Series producer PETER CHARLTON
Pictures on postcards of places to stay
Words from a friend who's s gone on holiday.
Presenter Carol Leader Guest Wayne Jackman
Story: Melanie Mail and the Circus Animals written and illustrated by CHLOE KEEP (R)
Gharbar Goes Musical Special programmes of musical favourites are presented for six weeks during the summer holidays. In the first of the series
C. Ramchandra sings one of his film compositions and Kawsar Habib a modern Bangia geet, followed by songs from Shankar Das Gupta, Attaullah Khan Isakhelvi and Musarrat Nazir.
An Asian Unit presentation BBC Pebble Mill
with Moira Stuart and Michael Cole
Weather BILL GILES
A See-Saw programme with Carol Leader
Chock-a-Block is chock-a-block with pictures to words that rhyme.
Music PETER GOSLING
Graphic design MINA MARTINEZ Director NICK WILSON (R)
with Ruth Madoc
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For the second time this week, the members of the Gorsedd of Bards assemble at the Eisteddfod Pavilion in Rhyl. They pay tribute to the winner of the major poetry prize-the Eisteddfod Chair. Commentary by Alun Williams
Television presentation HUW BRIAN WILLIAMS BBC Wales
by JOANNE AND MICHAEL COLE Narrated by Patricia Hayes Gran the Camper Gran goes out of her way to show Jim her camping saucepans.
Music and lyrics by BRYAN DALY Animation by DEREK MOGFORD Designed and directed by IVOR WOOD (R)
All Wheel Drive
'Off roaders' come in buggies and front-wheel-drive cars to take part in a crazy, cross-country rally.
Narrated by Ben Thomas Film editor ROLAND ARMSTRONG Music by MICHAEL OMER
Producer MICHAEL COLE (R)
No Greater Love
Lassie swims in icy rapids when she tries to rescue a bird.
An inter-school competition Heat 7 - The Final from
Shepshed High School and Hind Leys Community College, Leicestershire between England
SWEYNE SCHOOL, Rayleigh, Essex, Northern Ireland
RAINEY ENDOWED SCHOOL, Magherafelt, and the winners of last week's play-off
Introduced by Ron Pickering with guests Shirley Strong and Ikem Billy
Engineering manager DICK BENTLEY Sound RAY BAILEY
Producer PETER CHARLTON
The Butcher of Barcelona An old academy rival of Captain Pico is 'El Excellente' of Old California. His intentions are to replace the brutal Pico with a far greater evil, Mendez, the Butcher of Barcelona. Can Zorro and Son resolve the situation or is Pico for the chop?
Written by NICK ARNOLD
Directed by GABRIELLE BEAUMONT
Don Diego (Zorro Sr):
Don Carlos (Zorro Jr:
with Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey followed by Weather News
London Plus, Spotlight Points West, Looks East Look North, South Today
North West Tonight Midlands Today
by Peter Batt.
'You don't just fall off the wagon like other drunks, do you? You bounce up and down'.
A magical mystery tour of our own flesh and blood in eight parts with Dr Graeme Garden Dr Alan Maryon Davis Dr Gillian Rice and an audience of intrepid volunteers.
3: Breathing Spaces
Check out your coughs and wheezes as the mysterious world of the lungs is visited. Bodymatters enlists the help of a flying doctor, an exploding drinker and a man who nearly drowned. As a finale there's a battle of breath between a leading opera singer and the Old Gaytonians rugby club.
Producer MARTIN HUGHES-GAMES Studio director STUART MCDONALD Programme associate JOHN JUNKIN Editor DAVID FILKIN
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Dr Alan Maryon
Presenting hits from the Top 40 and videos from the Top Ten.
Introduced by Simon Bates and Richard Skinner.
starring Les Dennis and Dustin Gee
A further instalment of fast-fire comedy and music with the help of those comedy impressionists, Les and Dustin. They are joined this week by newcomer
Peter Piper and the very funny Roy Walker.
Michael Barrymore makes a special guest appearance. Script associate NEIL SHAND
Musical director ALYN AINSWORTH Choreographer BRIAN ROGERS Designer VALERIE WARRENDER Produced and directed by JOHN BISHOP (R)
with Richard Whitmore and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world
Weather News MICHAEL FISH
The last in the present series starring
Don Johnson as Sonny Crockett
Philip Michael Thomas as Ricardo Tubbs
Lombard Crockett and Tubbs are placed in the curious position of protecting a ruthless criminal so that he can live long enough to testify against Librizzi, an even bigger mob chieftain -though Crockett can't forget that the man he now protects murdered his high-school flame.
Written by DAVID ASSAEL
Directed by JOHN NICOLELLA
George Segal Lee Remick
A strangler is on the loose in New York. The victims are always middle-aged women and the killer always attacks in a different and outrageous disguise.
Rod Steiger 's virtuoso performance as the murderer dominates this macabre comedy, in which a bizarre cameraderie develops between the killer and the harassed detective trying to track him down.
Screenplay by JOHN GAY Based on the novel by WILLIAM GOLDMAN
Produced by SOL C. SIEGEL Directed by JACK SMIGHT
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