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 medical calls on [number removed].
How to cope with, survive and enjoy your under-5s with Miriam O'Reilly
Coping with the Low Days
Today's programme looks at ways to turn those 'bad days' into 'good days' with agony columnist Deidre Sanders and mothers from Pen Green
Family Centre in Corby. Produced by ANNE O'DWYER
Series producer BERNARD ADAMS (R) The Parent Programme helpline is available to provide advice and information from 9.35 am to 12 noon in London on [number removed]or in Scotland on [number removed]
Presenter Jane Hardy Guest Brian Jameson
Story: Who Sank the Boat? by PAMELA ALLEN
with Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart
News Headlines with subtitles
with Josephine Buchan Paul Coia and Magnus Magnusson In this penultimate show of the series, Jeff Banks and Jane Lomas present a stunning collection of fairytale ballgowns, and investigative reporter John Pilger looks back at some of his worldwide assignments.
A See-Saw programme with Carol Chell and Don Spencer
Musical director RICHARD BROWN Woodwind MARTIN FRITH
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE Produced by CHRISTINE HEWITT (R) Songs from this series on BBC record and cassette
RECZCM 557 from retailers
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
2.30 The Mail on Sunday Stakes (Handicap. 1m)
3.0 The Raceline Stakes
3.35 The Sheraton Park
Tower Lupe Stakes (1 1/4 m)
The last opportunity for Oaks contenders to emerge. Commentators
JIMMY LINDLEY. JOHN HANMER Producer BRIAN ROGERS
(Coverage continues on BBC2)
Anyone for Cricket?
Introduced by Tony Hart Animators PETER LORD and DAVID SPROXTON
Producer PATRICK DOWLING (R)
with Floella Benjamin and Robin Stevens
Floella and Fribble get some robotic help - at least, Martha and George are supposed to be helping! The children of Myatt Garden School go on a robotic walk, too, and manage to put their foot in it well and truly!
Musical directorPETERGOSLING Percussion WILL HILL
Designer RORY MITCHELL
Production CHRISTINE HEWITT
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
with Charlie Drake
When Professor Popper starts his great experiment in the school laboratory, no one knows quite how it will end. Directed by GERALD O'HARA Produced by ROY SIMPSON (R)
Six young adventurers travel into a land of magic where they must tackle many fearful dangers before they can all get back home. (R)
with Simon Groom, Janet Ellis and Peter Duncan
The Bear Facts: Today, 135 teddies pack the Blue Peter studio, all destined to raise funds for the Spastics Society. But they're bears with a difference: each one comes from a famous home, and today's your chance to see whether - like dogs, as the saying goes - bears look like their owners, too!
with Robbie Vincent and Angharad Mair
Cartoonist Mel Caiman sketches his way to a brighter, fitter future.
And how are the Go for It! challenges going? This week, the London family reports back. Did Guy manage a mile in nine minutes?
Film editor PETER RINGSTED
Series editor DAVID CORDINGLEY
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
with Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell followed by Weather News
Introduced by Gary Davies and Peter Powell.
by Rosemary Mason.
'Den, I have to think nice things about you; if I don't... what'll I think of the baby?'
with Judith Hann
On the Trail of the Big Cat For 20 years or more there have been 'big cat' sightings all over the UK. From sedate Surrey to the wilds of Scotland, ordinary people turn up at police stations claiming to have seen ferocious wild cats prowling the countryside. Mass hysteria perhaps? Or is there more to it? Judith Hann sets out to discover if Britain's wildlife now includes a large feline carnivore, and discovers that the answer is stranger than anyone supposed.... Series editor RICHARD REISZ
Producer MARTIN HUGHES GAMES
A Quest for Creatures of the Deep Ocean
Imagine sitting in an armchair, locked in a clear plastic bubble, for a journey almost a kilometre down into the Pacific Ocean off
California. A crane lowers you into the water. Then, cut loose from the cable, your sub sinks. Despite huge pressures, a galaxy of soft-bodied creatures are revealed in the sub's lamps, drifting about as if in outer space. Many light up to produce a dazzling 'living' firework display. Narrator Ian Holm
Photography HUGH MAYNARD. MARK SHELLEY Picture editor MARTIN ELSBURY Producer ADRIAN WARREN
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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 BELBlN Produced by ROBIN NASH
The programme that asks you, the viewer, to turn crimefighter with Nick Ross and Sue Cook Last month, more than
1,000 viewers called with information about the deaths of Susan Maxwell and Caroline Hogg. This month, the latest news on the enquiry - and the case of Jason Swift.
Jason was 14 when he ran away from home in June last year - he was found dead in November. Detectives know he was on the south coast in July and possibly back near his north London home in early November. To find his killer, police need your help to build a full picture of Jason's last weeks.
You may think your recollection is unimportant, but last month's calls again led to arrests.
Supt David Hatcher and PC Helen Phelps report from the Incident Desk.
If you can help, call
Crimewatch on [number removed]anytime from 10.0 pm to midnight.
Studio director PIETER MORPURGO Producer SAM ORGAN Editor PETER CHAFER
Details on Ceefax page 186
(Crimewatch Update at 11.40 pm)
Among the guests with Sir Robin Day this evening at the Greenwood Theatre in London are:
Michael Meadowcroft , MP Margaret Prosser Nicholas Scott , MP Director ANN MORLEY
Producer ANNA CARRAGHER Editor BARBARA MAXWELL
Developments and reminders from the Crimewatch team.