with Frank Bough and Selina Scott
News on the hour and half hour read by Sue Carpenter
Weather at 6.55, 7.25, 7.55,
8.25, 8.55 with Francis Wilson
News, weather and travel from local BBC studios at
6.57, 7.27, 7.57, 8.27
Sports news at 7.20 and 8.20 This morning's papers reviewed at 8.37
Including this morning:
Zoe View - Breakfast Time's teenage correspondent
Zoe Brown files her latest report; and Richard Smith takes your medical calls on [number removed].
How to cope with, survive and enjoy your under-5s, with Francis Wilson and Miriam O'Reilly
Coping with Bad Behaviour
A group of parents, including a family therapist, discuss ways of coping with, and changing, their children's bad behaviour.
Directed by STACEY ADAMS
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 Brian Jameson Guest Liz Watts
Story: The Flying Saucer by WILMA HORSBRUGH (R)
with Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart
News Headlines with subtitles
Weather News JOHN KERTLEY
A See-Saw programme Ready for a walk in the jungle? ... but keep a look out for wild animals! With Chloe Ashcroft and Don Spencer
Musical director RICHARD BROWN Percussion PETER HOWLAND
Script associate ROBIN HALDANE Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Produced by CHRISTINE HEWITT (R)
from Hickstead featuring The Everest Double Glazing Stakes With the World
Championships taking place in July, this show provides an opportunity to assess early-season form as the top riders from seven countries compete for a first prize of El,500 and a place in Saturday's Grand Prix. Commentators
Producer WENDY SHEPPARD
Gran finds a pushbike too slow to go shopping.
Music and lyrics by:
Designed and directed by:
with Floella Benjamin and Robin Stevens
What have the following in common: an invisible elephant, a flattened jelly and a large custard pie?
They're all to be found in Lay on Five today, so it's no wonder that the children at
MY ATT GARDEN SCHOOL can't keep straight faces! The Slimy Book written and illustrated by BABETTE COLE
Musical director MICHAEL OMER Percussion WILL HILL
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE Director ALISON STEWART
Producer CHRISTINE HEWITT
The wood-ants start eating Stan and Ollie out of house and home.
Will the two strangers steal the formula? And how can the Professor and Simon escape? (R)
with Roger Finn
with Simon Groom, Janet Ellis and Peter Duncan
Almost 20 years ago to the day, Prime Minister Harold Wilson officially opened the Post Office Tower. The Telecom Tower, as it is now called, is changing shape: wind permitting - gusty weather will put paid to the whole operation - four of the distinctive horn-shaped aerials are being replaced by modern dish antennas. Peter lends a hand - 400 feet above street level!
with Robbie Vincent and Angharad Mair
The Bull family from Wales scored well on the Go for It! scale five weeks ago. Has their Go for It! challenge improved their health and fitness? And to encourage the others, George and Margaret, both over 70, step lightly round the studio.
Studio director PAUL SIMONS Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY
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with Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey followed by Weather News
A live presentation of hits and videos from the Top 40.
Introduced by John Peel and Janice Long.
by Al Hunter.
'How can you see how they feel, when you've run away!'
Series Script Editor:
with Judith Hann
Maggie Philbin and Howard Stableford
The Prince of Wales Award for Industrial Innovation and Production
Every year, one clever new idea which has been successfully developed and exploited in Britain receives this coveted award.
HRH The Prince of Wales invites Tomorrow's World to his home in Gloucestershire as he surveys the inventions of the six finalists who will now compete in the marketplace for the 1987 trophy.
The inventions range from a machine which could revolutionise agriculture to one which flies in under its own power.
And also at Highgrove House to receive the trophy in person from His Royal Highness, the outright winner of the 1986 Award. Director MARTIN MORTIMORE Producer JACK WEBER Editor RICHARD REISZ
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As the tension mounts for the start of the World Cup competition, a look at the background to the event - the stars, the prospects and the people of Mexico.
Julia Somerville and John Humphrys present the day's news with BBC teams at home and abroad Regional News Weather News
by CARLA LANE
The story of the Boswells, a family of lovable rogues - their unity, loyalty and ability to survive in today's world of unemployment with the help of a little gentle skulduggery.
Title song by DAVID MACKAY
Film cameraman REX MAIDMENT Film recordist TERRY ELMS Designer GARY PRITCHARD Directed by SUSAN BELBIN Produced by ROBIN NASH
The weekly opportunity for the general public to pose the questions and debate the answers with those in power, those who seek it and those who influence events.
Sir Robin Day and his guests go to Kent to face the questions and arguments of a Canterbury audience. Around the Question Time table at the Shirley Hall of the King's School are: Becky Bryan
Sir James Cleminson Bryan Gould , MP The Rt Hon
Edward Heath , MP Director ANN MORLEY
Producer ANNA CARRAGHER Editor BARBARA MAXWELL
A series of 11 programmes 10: Yashin Bows Out
USSR1 West Germany 2 Portugal 2 USSR 1
At 37, Russian goalkeeper
Lev Yashin was taking part in his third and last World Cup, but at Goodison Park West Germany were to prevent a story-book ending. Plus a profile of West Ham's Martin Peters : a member of the England side for only two months, the World Cup was to make his name as a midfield player with a knack for unexpected goals.
Introduced by John Motson
Goodison Park West