with Frank Bough and Nick Ross
Including this morning:
Zoe's View: Breakfast Time's teenage correspondent
Zoe Brown files her latest report; Glynn Christian cooks up another early morning recipe; and Richard Smith takes your medical calls on his topic of the week - dial [number removed].
It's quite difficult to guess what you're eating without looking - but Brian has a try! Presenter Carol Leader Guests Brian Jameson Delia Morgan Story:
The King's Five Cooks Take a Holiday by ANGELA LOCKE
with Moira Stuart and Christopher Lowe News Headlines with subtitles
A See-Saw programme with Fred Harris
Today it's Chockabloke who puts the block into Chock-a-block's block slot and rocks the Rockablocks to find words that ring Chock-a-block's rhyme chime. Music PETER
GOSLING Designer MARY PENLEY-EDWARDS Producer MICHAEL COLE (R)
The first of seven stories
Simon and the Witch by Margaret Stuart Barry
Why is the witch upset? How can Simon help? Where is the school caretaker? And what has George been eating? Find out what happens when Simon and the witch join forces Up Our Street.
Back pahes: 86
The magical bear and his friend Spottyman challenge the evil Texas Pete in a series of adventures.
Texas Pete goes late-night shopping in the biggest toy shop in the world.
with Paul Jones
Do you know what you should always do before eating an egg? Do either of today's contestants? They are
Dean Quick from Pentrehafod School, Swansea and Mrs Middleton from Welland Park College, Market Harborough.
All will be revealed this afternoon.
Devised by CLIVE DOIG
First of eight programmes starring
Keith Chegwin with special guests Joanna Monro, Barry Davies and music from top groups including Madness and Mike Smith
The irrepressible Cheggers bursts on to the screen with non-stop pop, videos, quizzes and the fastest fun and games on television.
Back pages: 86
with Simon Groom and Janet Ellis
There's no better way to cross the Australian Outback than by one of the toughest forms of four-legged transport - the camel!
Noel Fullerton is Australia's camel king and breeds the animals that are still used to trek across the desert.
Assistant editor LEWIS BRONZE Editor BIDDY BAXTER
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Definitely no jazz! The new
Jazz music creates all sorts of Problems for cartoon characters: despair for the Parents of the aspiring jazz singer Owl Jolson , anxiety for Porky Pig when a crooning
Frankie Sinatra distracts his hens from laying and a sleepless night for Popeye.
Videotape editor ROY DEMERY Director BRUCE MILLAR Producer DAVID PLATT
Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell
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
Presenting hits from the Top 40 and videos from the Top 10.
Introduced by Mike Read and Steve Wright.
by Juliet Ace.
'If I don't get Lofty tonight, I'll take up religion and become a nun....'
Juliet Ace Director: Robert
The last of eight magical mystery tours of our own flesh and blood with Dr Graeme Garden
Dr Alan Maryon Davis
Dr Gillian Rice and an audience of intrepid volunteers Bless You!
It Precedes us when we meet People, it swells if we fancy them, and it's a major cause of divorce. We refer, of course, to the nose.
With the help of Master of Wine Jancis Robinson , police dogs and a mystery celebrity nose, we explore the sensitive, sneezing, snoring organ in the middle of our face to try and discover the secrets of its shape.
DEBORAH CADBURY. HENRY CAMPION Studio director STUART MCDONALD Programme associate JOHN JUNKIN Suitor DAVID FlLKIN
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Dr Alan Maryon
This week's 's crossword: 1 Across
Tina Turner , as you've never seen her before (5,5)
Is Captain Furillo over the hill? (5)
Deakus with stout and whiskers (2,4)
Answers below. starring Lenny Henry with special guests Alison Moyet and Darts and HELEN ATKINSON-WOOD
JANE BERTISH , ROGER BRIERLEY ED DEVEREAUX. MARK ELLIOTT STEPHEN FRY , GARETH HALE VINCENT MARZELLO NORMAN PACE
CHRISTOPHER RYAN also ROBERT BATHURST LYNDAM GREGORY CARLA MENDONCA
MADELEINE NEWBURY Written by LENNY HENRY
WM FULLER. GEOFF ATKINSON ANDREA SOLOMONS script editor KIM FULLER Music PETER BREWIS
Choreographer NICKY HINKLEY Make-up VANESSA POULTON Costume DEE ROBSON Lighting FRED WRIGHT Designer DAVID LASKEY Produced and directed by GEOFF POSNER
Julia Somerville and John Humphrys present the day's news with BBC teams at home and abroad followed by Regional News and Weather News
First of 14 programmes by JOHN SULLIVAN starring Paul Nicholas and Jan Francis
In the summer of 1976, Vince Pinner met Penny Warrender at a Rolling Stones concert in Hyde Park. After a two-year love-hate relationship, they planned to get married, but two days before the wedding Vince hopped on his motorbike and roared off into the sunset, leaving the broken-hearted Penny to pick up the crumbs of the uncut wedding cake. We now meet them five years later.
Designer VALERIE WARRENDER Produced and directed by RAY BUTT (R)
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First of four programmes
Two years ago, Rough Justice presented its investigation into three cases of murder, revealing extensive evidence that those convicted were innocent.
A Preston housewife was jailed for stabbing to death her teenage son, but forensic evidence pointed to a homosexual bondage murder. A South Shields man was convicted of killing a young girl on the evidence of a jumper, which the programme proved was not hers. A Scotsman was imprisoned for murdering a young woman despite having a clear alibi.
The issue of miscarriages of justice has provoked growing debate in public and parliament, and petitions by eminent lawyers have led to all three cases being officially investigated at the highest level. As a prelude to a new series of investigations Rough Justice reports on what has happened to the convicted people since the last series. Reporter Martin Young Researcher STEPHEN GARDNER Assistant producer STEPHEN HAYWOOD Executive producer ELWYN PARRY JONES Producer PETER HILL
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and tonight's guest stars Melissa Sue Anderson
A Minor Miracle
Do miracles still happen? Or are they just another nasty habit of publicity seekers. Twenty years on, the first cover-story subject, vaudevillian Joey Blake makes a comeback. But can he ever forget the Golden Age of Television?
Written by DUANE POOLE , TOM SWALE Directed by CURTIS HARRINGTON