with Frank Bough and Selina Scott
Including this morning: Getting Away with Nigel Coombs - holiday ideas and best buys;
Zoe's View - Breakfast Time's teenage correspondent
Zoe Brown files her latest report: Glynn Christian cooks up another early morning recipe; Richard Smith takes your medical calls on [number removed]
More fun with the rodent superstar in charge.
A young trainee from the Conservation Centre is considered a failure until, with Lassie's help, he rescues a friend hurt in a cliff fall. (R)
9.45 Why Don't You .. ?
10.15 Handles by JAN MARK read by Brian Cant for Jackanory
Today: A Plague of Frogs (R)
10.30 Play School
Presenter Sheelagh Gilbey Guest Ben Thomas
Story: Harlequin and the Gift of Many Colours by REMY CHARLIP and BURTON SUPREE (R)
"Subject to Roland's watch
with Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart
News Headlines with subtitles
Weather News MICHAEL FISH
Tony Britton and Sandra Dickinson join Paul Coia ,
Josephine Buchan and Bob Langley to talk about their new theatre project. Musical team Cosmotheka continue their music-hall journey. And Hilary James offers more Sew Easy advice.
Editor PETER HERCOMBE BBC Pebble Mill
The 1986 Seagram
Grand National Meeting
For the next three days BBC cameras are back in place alongside the world's most spectacular steeplechase fences - the Chair, Becher's, Canal Turn and Valentine's. Today's races include
2.35 Whitbread Gold Label Cup 'Chase (3m If)
Dawn Run is entered for a rerun of last month's remarkable Gold Cup against Wayward Lad.
3.10 Whitbread Pale Ale
Handicap Hurdle (2m 5 1/2 f) (Coverage continues on BBC2)
When several alarm clocks start ringing at 3.55, Scragtag gets worried - he can't remember why he set them! Scragtag's assistant Marcus Kimber
Anna Nouncer Juliet Prague Story: Undercover Eek Written and illustrated by ROBIN KINGSLAND Music by MICHAEL OMER Director ALISON STEWART Producer ROY MILANI Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
SuperTed and the Train Robbers (R)
by DOROTHY EDWARDS Told by Thora Hird for Jackanory
No one is safe when 'my naughty little sister' decides to misbehave.
with Simon Groom, Janet Ellis and Peter Duncan
Hot on the Trail!
Down in darkest dockland, one of Britain's best tracker dogs sniffs out the deadliest villains around ... No, it's not a new thriller movie. It's Simon's report on how border collie Josie tracked down extra swag for the Lend An Ear Appeal.
Fred Flintstone Woos Again Fred is forced to play Romeo when an exasperated Wilma persuades him to take her on a second honeymoon - only to discover they were never officially married in the first place!
A HANNA-BARBERA production
with Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey followed by Weather News
London Plus, Spotlight
South Today, Points West Look East, Look North North West Tonight Midlands Today
A live edition presenting hits and videos from the Top 40.
Introduced by John Peel and Janice Long.
by Gilly Fraser.
'It's a very serious thing i'n'it... marriage?'
Det Sgt Quick:
with Peter Macann Maggie Philbin
Howard Stableford and Judith Hann , bringing you the new, fascinating and bizarre in the world of science, including the latest developments in the news This Week.
A robot truck which navigates around a factory by laser; and does hi-tech help in childbirth? A new lease of life for the controversial foetal monitor. Producers
CYNTHIA PAGE, MARTIN MORTIMORE DANA PURVIS. MARTIN FREETH Studio director NIGEL FINNIS Editor RICHARD REISZ
Bill Beaumont and Emlyn Hughes captain two teams of sporting celebrities.
The guests this week include: the three-times World
Steve Davis ; athlete Dave Ottley , winner of the men's javelin silver medal in the 1984 Olympics; and jockey
Hywel Davies who rode Last Suspect to victory in last year's Grand National: and from soccer, the Liverpool and England striker, Paul Walsh.
David Coleman questions their knowledge of the faces, facts and feats, reviving memories of the greatest - and the funniest - moments in sport.
Director PETER HAYWARD Producer MIKK ADLEY BBC Manchester
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
John Humphrys and Frances Coverdale present the day's news with BBC teams at home and abroad ; Regional News Weather News
by CARLA LANE
The story of four drinking men, starring
Michael Angelis Peter Caffrey
Robert Gillespie Frederick Jaeger
Title music composed and performed by BILL LOVELADY and MITCH DALTON Directed by GARETH ROWLANDS Produced by ROBIN NASH
Sir John Harvey-Jones , Chairman of ICI, gives the 14th in this series of annual lectures before an invited audience at the Royal Society of Arts in London.
Does Industry Matter?
'It is manufacturing industry whose praises I want to sing tonight. It is now becoming so undervalued in Britain that our decline could become irreversible.'
In tonight's lecture
Sir John Harvey-Jones , argues that we consistently underrate industry and those who work in it. In Industry Year 1986, he challenges Britain to bury old prejudices and adapt to change.
Manufacturing, Sir John argues, is vital to Britain's health and wealth and, he believes, can only be created for the country by British industry. Tonight he puts forward his ideas for securing our future prosperity. Introduced by Alasdair Milne
Director-General of the BBC Director PIETER MORPURGO Producer JEREMY BENNETT
* INFO: page 77
Last of five programmes Early Warnings
Which is the cancer you can find and prevent before you've even got it? Are there any tests to find a cancer in an early stage? Is there any point in knowing any sooner than you need to?
Dr Michael O'Donnell answers these questions, and finds out the truth about the curability of cancer. Film editor AL GELL
Producer ANNA JACKSON (R) Book, £2.95 from booksellers
A notable absentee at last weekend's Wembley Country Music Festival, Ricky Skaggs is the young Kentuckian responsible for the revitalization of Bluegrass music. Elvis Costello was one of many musicians in the audience for this London appearance, and he joins Ricky on stage to duet on 'Don't get above your raisin'. Introduced by Anne Nightingale
Directed by SANDI FULLERTON
TV presentation TOM CORCORAN (R)