with Frank Bough and Debbie Greenwood Including this morning:
Zoe's View - Breakfast Time's teenage correspondent
Zoe Brown files her latest report; and Richard Smith takes your medical calls on [number removed]
The third of 20 programmes on how to cope with, survive and enjoy your under-5s with Francis Wilson and Miriam O'Reilly
Coping with Breast- and Bottle-feeding
Parents talk about how they coped with early worries about feeding, and suggest ways to make this a more relaxing and enjoyable experience for both mother and baby.
Produced by ANNE O'DWYER
Series producer BERNARD ADAMS (R) The Parent Programme helpline is available to provide advice and information from 9.35am to 12.0noon on [number removed]or in Scotland on [number removed]
Presenter Elizabeth Watts
Guest lain Lauchlan
The Missing Honey-Pots by FRANCESCA ZEISSL
with Frances Coverdale and Moira Stuart
News Headlines with subtitles
Weather News MICHAEL FISH
with Bob Langley
Marian Foster and Paul Coia
David Lodge , one of Britain's best-known character actors, talks about his long career alongside stars like Peter Sellers and Sir Richard Attenborough ; Anne Davies looks at holidays for the disabled; plus the story of a remarkable library of suffragette literature.
A See-Saw programme with Carol Chell and Don Spencer
Musical director RICHARD BROWN Percussion PETER HOWLAND
Script associate ROBIN HALDANE Directed and produced by CHRISTINE HEWITT Executive producer
CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)
with Floella Benjamin and Robin Stevens
Get ready to jump to it with the children of Westminster Sports Centre because it's time for Fribble's Olympic
Games and Floella's invented a new sporting event - the 'wriggle on your bottom championships'!
Musical director PETER GOSLING Percussion WILL HILL
Videotape editor COLLO CAULTON Designer RORY MITCHELL
Producer CHRISTINE HEWITT
take a backward step when they get into a space machine in Sign of the Times
A serial in 13 episodes from a story by JOAN EADINGTON
Part 10 by VALERIE GEORGESON Razzle is in real disgrace - and Jonny faces yet another decision. (R)
In this final episode, as the Odyssey at last reaches the galactic glaciers, Ulysses and the children have only to enter the Kingdom of Hades to be able to find their way back to Earth. But Ulysses finds that he has to face the angry gods once more....
with Simon Groom, Janet Ellis and Peter Duncan
Is there a stadium in your kitchen? John Le Maitre has 84 in his! Anfield and Goodison, home of the cup finalists, and Wembley, to name but a few. His models come complete with the crowds in the stands, and you can see all 84 crammed into the Blue Peter studio. John's ambition is to make all 92 English Football League grounds. Then he's starting on six Test Cricket grounds and Wimbledon!
Plus the draw for First Prize in Blue Peter's Football League Competition.
with Robbie Vincent and Angharad Mair
Can you match up to the Go for It! challenge? This week, the Priestleys of Glasgow face the test for their bevvy, fags, food and exercise.
Plus Angharad drinks in a 'pub with no beer'.
Film editor PETER RINGSTED Producer JOHN LANE
Series produer DAVID CORDINGLEY For info pack with do-it-yourself health assessment, send large (22p) sae to: Go for It!, [address removed]
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with Sue Lawley 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 Presentation.
Hits and videos from the Top 40.
Introduced by John Peel and Janice Long.
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by GUIDO CASALE
'If I hadn't been witness to his birth, I'd long ago have assumed he came out of another woman's womb.' Title music
SIMON MAY and LESLIE OSBORNE Designer KEITH HARRIS
Script editor TONY HOLLAND Producer JULIA SMITH Director CHRIS CLOUGH
Record or cassette, EastEnders
Singalong, REH ZCR 586 from retailers
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Tonight Tomorrow's World goes back to the future. For 21 years now the programme has been gazing into the crystal ball. In 1965 it thought that electric cars and nuclear fusion were just around the corner, and that artificial hearts would soon be implanted in humans. Genetic engineering, and landing on the moon, didn't seem possible before the year 2,000. The first prototype for Concorde was just being built, and a video recorder cost 40 times as much as a car.
Raymond Baxter and James Burke join the 1986 team,
Judith Hann , Peter Macann , Maggie Philbin and Howard
Stableford, to explore some of the funniest and more serious moments in the history of television's most popular science programme, and to ask: how well did Tomorrow's World predict the future? Producers
MARTIN FREETH , DANA PURVIS
Studio director STUART MCDONALD Editor RICHARD REISZ
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with Julia Somerville and John Humphrys Regional News Weather News
by CARLA LANE
Title song by DAVID MACKAY
Film cameraman REX MAIDMENT Film recordist TERRY ELMS Designer GARY PRITCHARD Directed by SUSAN BELBIN Produced by ROBIN NASH
With Sir Robin Day are:
Bill Morris , Suzanne Reeve Ian Wrigglesworth , mp
Lord Young of Graffham Director ANN MORLEY
Producer ANNA CARRAGHER Editor BARBARA MAXWELL
Four films reporting on the world's fifth largest country. 3: Water, Land and Survival The north-east of Brazil has suffered 12 droughts this century and has the highest levels of unemployment and infant mortality in Brazil. The programme looks at a number of possible solutions. Narrator Jim Norton Film editor CHRIS WOOLLEY Producer PETER RIDING (R)
A Newsnight Special
Today voters go to the polls in the biggest test of public opinion of the year - two parliamentary by-elections in Ryedale and West Derbyshire and 210 council elections in England, Scotland and Wales. David Dimbleby presents the results with comment from Professor Ivor Crewe of the University of Essex.
Peter Snow analyses what the results mean in the run-up to the next general election and Sir Robin Day assesses the reactions at Westminster. Director CHRIS FOX
Producer TIM GARDAM Editor RICHARD TAIT