with Frank Bough and Sue Cook
Including this morning: Dr Richard Smith offers help with medical problems on [number removed]; and Steve Blacknell 's
Summertime Special follows the news at 9.0.
Out of Uniform
Dudley loses his uniform and is covered in shame.
with Roy Castle
Fiona Kennedy and Julian Farino
Assistant producer SALLY FRASER Producer MICHAEL FORTE (R)
John Craven turns the tables on top BBC television news cameraman Bernard Hesketh and puts him in front of the cameras. Bernard is retiring after 30 years.
7: A Moose on a Bird's Nest (R)
The gang from Cardiff show how to draw cartoons, and find out about scuba diving in a swimming-pool. (R)
8: Rocky to the Rescue (R)
Presenter Brian Jameson Guest Janet Palmer Story: Exploring Day by SUE O'BRIEN
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v New Zealand from Trent Bridge First day
PETER WEST introduces the opening overs. Commentators
RICHIE BENAUD , TONY LEWIS Summarisers
RAY ILLINGWORTH , BOB WILLIS Producers
KEITH MACKENZIE. ALAN GRIFFITHS
Run-by-run scores on Ceefax page 311
with Richard Whitmore
News Headlines with subtitles
Weather News JOHN KETTLEY
A See-Saw programme by ROGER HARGREAVES Little Miss Neat
Narrated by Pauline Collins and John Alderton Mister Chatterbox
Narrated by Arthur Lowe Produced and directed by TERRY WARD and TREVOR BOND (R)
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v New Zealand PETER WEST introduces further coverage of today's play.
(Coverage continues on BBC2)
Gus is forced to choose between his daughter, Precocia, and his job. It's a difficult choice...
Heidi is more homesick than ever for the mountains and gets ready to run away from Frankfurt. But
Fraulein Rottenmeier finds out and threatens to tell Herr Sesemann. (R) (For cast see page 51)
Julie Miller is attracted to a new student teacher, but the stars in her eyes blind her to the potential problems. It takes a threat to her friends' reputations to make her see clearly ...
Written by BRUCE SHELLY
Directed by HARRY HARRIS (R) (For cast see page 34)
with Nicholas Witchell and Philip Hayton followed by Weather News
Presenting hits and videos from the Top 40
Introduced by Mike Smith Sound ALAN MACHIN
Lighting FRED WRIGHT
Designer LESLIE STEPHENSON Production STAN APPEL
by Bill Lyons.
'...you'd never be daft enough to get involved with a married man, would you?'
Series Script Editor:
A magical mystery tour of our own flesh and blood with Dr Graeme Garden
Dr Alan Maryon Davis Dr Gillian Rice and an audience of intrepid volunteers Speakeasy
Put the family crystal away, but keep a glass of water to hand: tonight's the night
Bodymatters peers into the recesses of the human voice box. Opera singer Maryetta Midgley is in cracking form, and Ray Alan and Lord Charles reveal how they use the voice to fool us all.
Make no mistake, though; the voice box is not just for speaking. It's for swallowing too. If it fails, and something goes down the wrong way, get yourself hugged - fast. Producer HENRY CAMPION
Studio director STUART MCDONALD Programme associate JOHN JUNKIN Series editor DAVID FILKIN
Dr Alan Maryon
by ARLINE WHITTAKER starring
When Sharon's house develops subsidence problems, the Wilkes family has to move out. Elsie happily takes in Sharon, but why does young Elvis end up on the moors with Stanley? Where do all the buns on Ivy's trolley come from? And why is Elsie riding round on the back of Wayne's motorbike?
Executive producer ROGER RACE Produced and directed by MIKE STEPHENS
BBC Manchester (R)
Julia Somerville and Andrew Harvey present the day's news with BBC teams at home and abroad Regional News Weather News
COLLEEN MCCULLOUGH 'S bestselling novel adapted for television in five parts.
2: While friends and family celebrate her 75th birthday in grand style, Mary Carson finally reveals to Ralph the depth of her desire for him. Meggie is troubled by his apparent indifference to her, little knowing the turmoil he is concealing. But looming on the horizon is a disaster that will overshadow all the Clearys' lives and leave
Drogheda a very different place.... (R)
(For cast see page 52. Part 3 next Tuesday)
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
On 4 May 1982 an Exocet missile smashed its way into HMS Sheffield, triggering an uncontrollable fire. Twenty-one men died, many more were injured. Such real warfare is the only way the military can find out just how well their technology and tactics work. And lessons are learned: four weeks later HMS Avenger fought off a similar attack using nothing more than scraps of aluminium foil.
Argentinian pilots graphically describe how they set about such attacks on the Task Force. British captains tell how they fought to stave off the missiles and bombs, and what it taught them. Will their new strategies and weapons be a match for the deadly supersonic missiles being made to replace Exocet? Narrator Paul Vaughan
Anexceptionallylucidprogramme.... and, in human terms, a most touching one (THE GUARDIAN) Written and produced by GRENVILLE WILLIAMS and EDWARD BRIFFA