with Frank Bough and Sally Magnusson
More coverage of the SDP Conference in Torquay - including newspaper reviews at 7.37 and 8.37
Including this morning: Advice Line - the panel answers your calls and your letters at 7.32 and 8.45; Titch's 's Pitch - join
Alan Titchmarsh in his garden for seasonal advice;
Glynn Christian cooks up some more recipe ideas.
Live coverage of the SDP's Parliamentary Report, and the debate on Alliance Strategy. Producers
JAMES HOGAN. COUN MARTIN Editor PETER KENYATTA
When you see someone you know
Raise your hand and say 'Hello ' - give them a wave!
Presenter Carol Leader Guest Fred Harris
Story: Bumper the Dog by GEORGE TARRY
Musical director PETER PETTINGER Percussion PETER HOWLAND Graphics JOANNA ISLES
Photographer JOHN JEFFORD Producer CHRISNNE HEWITT
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Further live coverage from
Torquay including the debate on Defence and Disarmament
with Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart
News Headlines with subtitles
Weather News MICHAEL FISH
A See-Saw programme
Pat has an urgent parcel to get to Hill Top Farm, but it's cut off by snow drifts. Peter Fogg can only clear some of the way with his snow plough! Then Alf Thompson comes up with an unusual way to deliver the post.
Written by John Cunliffe. (R)
Designed and directed by:
Coverage of the afternoon's debate on Race Relations, and at 2.45, the address by the SDP President,
The Rt Hon Shirley Williams
Animated and directed by:
Coat of Many Colours
Trueman, a champion shire horse, is being dressed up for a show, but other animals and birds, like hornbills, look dressed up all the time. Voice and music Derek Griffiths
Written and produced by MICHAEL COLE
CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)
in their flying machines
A comedy cartoon with Dick Dastardly as the commander of the notorious Vulture
Squadron, sometimes helped by his companion, Muttley. Ice to See You (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 brought to you.
with Paul Jones
Round 2 of this week's quiz featuring the most amazing brainteasers in the world.
What do you take the top off before you put the bottom on? Be amazed and horrified at the correct answer. Devised by Clive Doig
Six programmes with Johnny Ball
This week discover the fun behind the facts about Clocks. How Stone Age man used the sun to tell the time, the Chinese used water, and how some inventors used gravity and precious stones.
So Think Again about clocks - it's about time.
Did you know that one man took 26 years to produce a clock that won him Â£20,000?
starring Scott Baio as Charles Extracurricular Activities Charles encourages the Pembroke children to take up different and challenging new activities, but Jason gets no kick out of soccer and Lila discovers she is not a born cheerleader. Will Charles ever find time for extracurricular activities of his own?
Written by MICHAEL JACOBS
Directed by TONY SINGLETARY
Sue Lawley and Andrew Harvey present the latest pictures, stories and events of the day from Britain and around the world followed by Weather News
London Plus, Spotlight Points West, Look East
Look North, South Today North West Tonight Midlands Today
Part two of Noel Edmonds's nationwide search for the Telly Addict family of 1985. The Fitzgeralds from Cardiff are challenged by the Pains of Swindon.
Test your own knowledge of television, both past and present, as the two families search their memories for details of programmes they've seen on the 'box'.
BBC Pebble Mill
by Bill Lyons.
'The only thing that does me any good is seeing that chain on the door. Means I can sleep nights'.
A second series in ten episodes
2: Getting Knotted written by GAWN GRAINGER
After hitting rock-bottom, there's only one way for
Robby Box to go. But first he must come to terms with Jan. And then find his mother's missing bridegroom.
Photography KEVIN ROWLEY Film editor JOHN STRICKLAND Producer TERENCE WILLIAMS Director JEREMY SUMMERS
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
with Esther Rantzen and Nick Ross
The Drugwatch campaign is under way - new self-help groups are being formed, 100,000 posters and 40,000 information packs are helping people find ways to combat drug abuse.
In the second of two updates, Esther Rantzen follows one of the families who helped make Drugwatch, explores ways of 'just saying no' to drugs, and looks to the future.
with Julia Somerville and John Humphrys followed by Regional News and Weather News
Rules of the Game
The murder of a UN delegate finds the two detectives assigned to a task force headed by Captain
Hennessey, the shooting star of New York law enforcement. Hennessey's methods are impressive, but not so his insistence on an 'after-hours' relationship with Cagney - a situation which compromises her as both a cop and a woman ...
Written by GEORGIA JEFFRIES Directed by SHARRON MILLER
Mary Beth Lacey:
A Grand Gesture
Is it really better to give than to receive? Jim thinks so, and to prove it he offers the cabbies 1,000 dollars cash each to give to the person of their choice. But why does Louie find it so hard to give money away?
Written by KEN ESTIN and SAM SIMON Directed by NOAM PITUK
A series of four programmes 1: The Food Legacy
Typical British food is a major cause of illness, say the latest official reports.
Why should we believe the experts are right about these links between food and disease?
Dr Michael O'Donnell samples the food of an African village and goes to southern Italy to feast in an ancient temple.
Film editor PETER RINGSTED Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY
After sweeping the music press polls in 1984, and being voted 'Best New Group' runners-up in Sounds magazine (the winners were Deep Purple!), Bon Jovi have just concluded a sell-out
British tour by playing at the Donington Rock Festival.
Anne Nightingale introduces highlights from a concert given by JON BON jovi and his band in Tokyo.
Director SADAO MATSUNAGA Television presentation TOM CORCORAN