with Frank Bough and Selina Scott
Including this morning:
Denise Robertson opens the Junior Advice Line at 7.32 with special help for younger viewers, and is joined an hour or so later by Sally Hawkins for their regular Advice Line phone-in; Titch's 's Pitch -join
Alan Titchmarsh in his garden for seasonal advice;
Glynn Christian cooks up some more recipe ideas.
A life on the ocean wave,
A home on the rolling deep Presenter Liz Watts
Guest Brian Jameson Story: Captain Cook by SHARON MILLER (R)
Video, BBCV/B 901 record or cassette, Singing in the Band (REC/ZCM 495). from retailers
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale
News Headlines with subtitles
12.55 Regional News
Weather News JOHN KETTLEY
Travel and adventure today - meet latter-day Robinson Crusoe Gerald Kingsland, high-flying fashion expert Jeff Banks , and aspiring young sailors who are offered the chance of crewing an ocean youth club ketch.
A See-Saw programme
Told by Ray Brooks (R)
Story and illustrations:
A view of maternity services by Peter Huntingford Conveyor Belt
For many doctors and women, ante-natal care has become a bore. Some women get too much, others too little. There's a lot of waiting around, often to little benefit. There are however some schemes which are both useful and acceptable to mothers, doctors and midwives.
Producer BRYN BROOKS
Director CATHERINE ROBINS (R) Book, £3.25 from booksellers
Pre-menstrual tension and post-natal depression are now recognised as illnesses. But confusion still surrounds their causes and some women suffer unnecessarily.
Claire Rayner talks to Pat, who has been cured of severe pre-menstrual tension, and to Miriam, who thought she was going mad after her first baby. Researcher MANDY CUNLIFFE Director CHRIS LENT (R)
Bertha has to make 365 new springs but Tom and Roy have trouble with the twanging steel.
Music composed by:
Director of animation:
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All the wonders of the East cannot equal the powers of Spotty's cosmic dust.
With the voices of DEREK GRIFFITHS
PETER HAWKINS, JON PERTWEE
MELVYN HAYES, ROY KINNEAR
VICTOR SPINETTI, SHEILA STEAFEL
Producer MIKE YOUNG
Director DAVE EDWARDS
A serial in 13 episodes from a story by JOAN EADINGTON
Part 2 by VALERIE GEORGESON Dad and Humph come to the rescue, but Jonny's luck doesn't hold out for long.... (For cast see Monday page 49. Part 3 next Monday)
with Bill Homewood and Bill Pertwee
A brand new series with some brand new ideas and some very old jokes! Eight young people compete in a battle of wits, logic, ingenuity and agility, hoping to become Spycatcher of the Week. Produced by DAVID CRICHTON. IAN OLIVER
Presented by Gary Wilmot with Leni Harper
Teachers Caroline Bernstein
Creeps Michelle Freeman Vincent Hall
Crawlers Robert Kenley Natalie Abbott
Hello Topkids! Make sure you are not stuck in detention while your lucky friends are having a good time watching Gary guide the Creeps and Crawlers through the third course in schoolroom survival.
Designer GEORGE WISNER Producer JUDY WHITFIELD
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A series of 18 programmes Episode 7 by MARGARET SIMPSON
Grange Hill goes French.
Calley discovers disturbing facts about her past. (R) (For cast see Friday at 5.5 pm)
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Presented by Angela Rippon
As this year is International Youth Year, a team from Manchester are representing the occasion on Masterteam.
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
with Noel Edmonds
Do you pass on the prop bag? Get stuck on the stills? Or simply excel at everything?
Noel Edmonds invites you to test your TV knowledge as two families battle it out to become Telly Addicts of 1985. Production JOHN KING. JULIET MAY
by Gilly Fraser.
'I'm willing to allow the divorce to go through uncontested'.
A ten-part series by ANDREW NICKOLDS and STAN HEY
1: Away from Home
Ken Wordsworth thinks he knows all about the life of a sports journalist, but when he leaves a Sunday paper to work on a daily tabloid, he finds the new job requires very different skills.
Music by GORDON GILTRAP
Costume designer PIP BRYCE Script editor JOANNA WILLETT Designer BRYAN ELUS
Producer EVGENY GRIDNEFF Director ADRIAN SHERGOLD
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with Julia Somerville and Andrew Harvey Weather News
Nothing's perfect - an overworked legal system mistakenly places a minor in Riker's Prison, where he becomes the victim of sexual assault. Cagney and Lacey are caught between bitter parents and a wall of silence from witnesses. No one's honest in New York City - but Isbecki decides to profit from the one exception....
Written by LES CARTER
Directed by ALLEN BARON
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Mary Beth Lacey:
with Barry Norman
The London Film Festival
Over 160 films from all over the world will be showcased at this prestigious festival. They include from Britain, My Beautiful Launderette, set in a Pakistani community in south London; David Hare's Plenty, starring Meryl Streep; and the political thriller, Defence of the Realm. And from America, the Western Silverado; and Death of a Salesman with Dustin Hoffman.
The treatment of mental illness in the National Health Service, investigated by Dr Alan Maryon-Davis . Overcoming Fear
'The saving on Valium alone makes the treatment very cost effective.' The treatment is behaviour therapy. Jackie was so ill with agoraphobia she had to go into a medical ward at Barnet General. After eight years of misery, she was cured in three weeks.
Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY (R)
The Comet Returns
Halley's Comet is now back and can be seen with binoculars, and should be visible with the naked eye next month. Patrick Moore talks to Douglas Arnold
(photographing the comet);
Brian Harpur (Halley Comet Society), Lee Sproates (a young amateur astronomer), and Dr Rod Jenkins of British Aerospace, who built the probe that will go right into the comet next March. Producer PIETER MORPURGO
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