with Frank Bough and Debbie Greenwood Including this morning: Advice Line - the 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 more recipe ideas
Beverley Alt finds out what fashions youngsters think their parents should wear
Young film critics give their verdicts on the latest releases.
Today: Think Before You Pink Ants in the Pantry Pink-a-Rella (R)
Huck and Jim, drifting downriver on their raft, discovered a canoe. They patched a small hole and made it watertight. Huck was paddling up a small creek looking for a stray chicken when two odd-looking characters rushed up with a posse in pursuit, pleading for help. Huck paddled them out of danger. He has met two of the world's worst actors and most crooked con men, the Duke and the Dauphin.
22: Where Art Thou, Romeo? (For cast see Monday page 34. R)
featuring Tony Hart and Joanna Kirk Surface
Make pictures on different surfaces; on water, on glass, and on reflective paper. See beneath the surface and examine what's on top!
Watch out for your own work in the gallery, and enjoy
Amm and Dex's double act. (R)
Presenter Chloe Ashcroft Guest Wayne Jackman
Story: Mrs Plug the Plumber by ALLAN AHLBERG
Pictures by JOE WRIGHT
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v Australia from Edgbaston Fifth day
PETER WEST introduces coverage of the whole of this final morning's play.
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
JIM LAKER , TOM GRAVENEY
MIKE ADLEY , ALAN GRIFFITHS Producer KEITH MACKENZIE
with Frances Coverdale
Weather News MICHAEL FISH
1.22 Regional News
(London and SE: Financial
Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
A See-Saw programme
It's a windy day in Greendale. Pat has a job steering his van, Alf Thompson is nearly blown off his feet, and Peter Fogg has to cut up a fallen tree to unblock the road.
Written by John Cunliffe. (R)
Narration and vocals:
Designed and directed by:
England v Australia
PETER WEST introduces the start of this afternoon's play. (Coverage continues on BBC2)
(exc London and Scotland)
Home is a Hole
'Home is a hole to a badger or vole' - and when birds build or weave their nests they always leave a hole, to go in and come out.
Voice and music Derek Griffiths
Film editor DAVID PYGRAM Written and produced by MICHAEL COLE (R)
play-act at the race track in Horse Detectives (R)
A cartoon series in which Kwicky the clever koala bear, Crazy Claws the wild cat and the city's own gutter-pup Dirty Dawg each have their own adventure stories.
starring Clive Dunn by BOB BLOCK
Grandad decides to use his homemade wine as rocket fuel to get a new job - and Mr Watkins goes to desperate measures to ensure he gets it! Captain the parrot BEAU
Devised by CLIVE DUNN
Film cameraman ROGER TWYMAN Producer JEREMY SWAN (R)
The first of three heats of BBCtv's international canoeing championship has a strong overseas line-up - including the World
Champion from the USA, David Hearn ; the former
World Kayak Champion from Australia, Norbert Sattler ; and the Benelux Champion from Holland, Frits Sins - all competing over two attractive but challenging courses on the River Tryweryn, near Bala, North Wales.
Commentators Tony Gubba and John Gosling
o BACK PAGES: 78
with Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell followed by Weather News
London Plus, Spotlight Points West, Look East Look North, South Today
North West Tonight Midlands Today
by Michael Robartes.
'Nick Cotton's back. He'll be hanging around, looking for mischief. Stay clear of him'.
(For cast see Thursday page 57)
In the last of this series
Noel Edmonds re-creates a special moment in the life of Dame Kiri Te Kanawa
Featuring the sights and sounds of December 1971. Highlighting the fashions, crazes, styles, pop charts, films, radio, television, and news stories of the time. Comparing the prices in Noel's 1971 shopping bag. With Raewyn Blade, Jonathan Clarke the popgoing policeman, and this week's guest reader of the news clippings, who made headlines at the time because she was leaving the corner shop in Coronation Street. Music from Neil Reid Research WENDY STURGESS
Videotape editor CAROLINE JUDSON Designer VAL WARRENDER Produced and directed by HENRY MURRAY
Dame Kiri Te
Chris Serle and Paul Heiney take it in turns to plunge in at the deep end and learn the hard way about a completely new world.
This week Chris Serle enters the elegant and sequinned world of competitive ballroom dancing. He admits to having two left feet and gave up dancing lessons in despair at the age of 14. Bravely he tries again.
He tarantellas with Wayne Sleep , waltzes with Bill and Bobbie Irvine , rocks with Hot Gossip, gossips with Terry Wogan and tries formation dancing with Peggy Spencer 's Latin Team. The climax is the United
Kingdom Ballroom Dancing Championships, where Chris pits his paso doble against other would-be champions. Series producer ADAM CLAPHAM Producer PATRICIA HOULIHAN (R)
Devastatingly funny.... tremendous!
Nottobemissed. (DAILY EXPRESS) Delightful You'll will Chris to succeed
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
with Richard Whitmore and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather News
Last of the series
The Bikini Murders
Houston receives a desperate Phone call which gets him
Wondering where he's heard the voice before. Clues lead him to Karen Andrews , with a Past she would rather forget, and a psychiatrist whose Probing of minds is only a Way to a fortune ...
Js C J Parsons:
as Det Lt Hoyt:
LONDON Good Time George: Jazz with George Melly (R)
SOUTH WEST Floyd on Fish Keith Floyd on fishy trends
SOUTH The Howard Inheritance: A portrait of a dukedom (R)
WEST Day Out: Garry Paine in The Vale of ewsey (R)
MIDLANDS One Man 's Forest: Norman Hicklin on the Wrye Forest (R)
EAST The Arab Invasion: The new lords of horse racing (R)
NORTH WEST A Gambol on Steam: A gathering of steam traction engines
NORTH Gardeners' Direct Line: This week's topic - rockeries
NORTH EAST Big Day at Beck Hole: A top match in the Quoits
SCOTLAND A Moment in Time: The Scottish contribution to Photography (R)
NORTHERN IRELAND As I Roved Out: folk music with Boys of the
WALES Italians: The Mayor of Montemilone (R)
Dr Michael O'Donnell starts a two-part inquiry into Britain's biggest drug problem - the trouble with booze.
Fifty per cent of police time, a half of accident cases, one in five hospital admissions, are put down to effects of alcohol. Meanwhile, in the corridors of power, official reports suggesting modest action are quietly suppressed. Research VICKI MOORE
Producer DAVID CONRDINGLEY
Huey Lewis and the News Huey and his band are currently in the middle of a massive American tour, following the sale of 6.5m albums in the last year.
Anne Nightingale introduces highlights from the recent San Francisco concert by this top-line American band. Director BRUCE GOWERS Television presentation TOM CORCORAN