starts your day with news, sport, weather and travel available to all viewers whether or not they have teletext sets.
Frank Bough and Guy Michelmore with news, comment and guests Timetable:
News on the hour and half hour read by Sue Carpenter
Weather with Francis Wilson at
6.55, 7.25, 7.55, 8.25, 8.55
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
A review of the morning papers at 8.37
Including this morning: Steve BlackneU pops in at 7.32, and stays on for the Summertime Special with Adrian Mills at 9.5
Silas saved the lives of a rich family called Sandal and has been invited to stay at their house in the city. But Godik knows nothing of this and looks everywhere for his friend Silas. (R) (For cast see page 48.
Next episode Wednesday at 9.25 am)
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The Newsround team on tour - meeting new people, visiting new places, and finding new stories around the country. Presented today by Phillip Schofield from the stage of the Radio 1
Roadshow at Exmouth in Devon. With Mike Read , and a Special Delivery report from Roger Finn
with Tony Hart Margot Wilson and Robert the Robot Mechanics
A rocket, a robot and robotics. Tony visits Birchill Junior School in Bracknell and Margot makes a pop-up book full of sport. There's
Zippo the Clown and more of your work in the Gallery. Producer
CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON (R)
If you are 15 or under and would like to send a picture to the Gallery, send your entry to: Hartbeat, BBCtv, London W3 6XZ
There's a prize for any that are shown, as long as you put your name. age and address on the back. But sorry, none can be returned.
A See-Saw programme
There's thick fog in Greendale, and Pat has to drive very slowly. When he gets out of his van to give a letter to Ted Glenn he gets lost in the fog and can't find his van - or Jess!
Written by John Cunliffe. (R)
Narration and vocals:
Designed and directed by:
Presenters Stuart Bradley Elizabeth Watts
Story: Farmer Flinder's Hat by MABEL WATTS
Introduced by Steve Rider Timetable*
1.5 News and Weather
1.10 Football Focus
1.20 Sports Round-up
4.20 Show Jumping
4.40 Final Score
"Timings subject to alteration
Cricket: Third Test
England v New Zealand It used to be considered humiliating to lose to New
Zealand at cricket, customary perhaps at rugby union, predictable, agreed, at sheep-shearing, but now that our sheep-shearers have gone electric....
RICHIE BENAUD , TONY LEWIS ,
TED DEXTER. TOM GRAVENEY
Full card, so Bob's working again. Could be that you can afford that winter break after all - results from 4.40
Racing from Ripon
2.0 Bonusprint Handicap Stakes (6f)
2.30 ICI Petrol Ripon Rowels Handicap Stakes (1m)
3.0 Bonusprint Champion
Two Years Old Trophy, 1986 (6f)
Show Jumping from Hickstead
Try them on the Silk Cut Grand Prix - there's a jump-off too.
Television presentation: Cricket NICK HUNTER Racing KEITH PHILLIPS Show Jumping
Assistant editor BRIAN BARWICK Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN philips
The traditional Bank Holiday look at the world of Walt Disney films.
Introduced by Rolf Harris The films featured include Cinderella, Pinocchio,
Bedknobs and Broomsticks, Fantasia, Bambi, Pete's
Dragon and Basil the Great Mouse Detective
Producer RICHARD EVANS
with Sue Carpenter followed by Weather News
A Bank Holiday Special
Jimmy Savile fixes it for you to see again some of your past favourites, including the 6-year-old millionairess, the 10-year-old accountant, the 5-year-old policeman, the granny who rowed with Eton College, and Simon Le Bon as the Knight in Shining Armour.
Film editors vie VINE. DENIS HAYES Directors
PETER CAMPBELL , MARCUS MORTIMER Producer ROGER ORDISH
Wogan (wog'n) n, the early part of the evening; the watching hour ; 40 minutes on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays of live happenings [cfME
Woe(be)gone = away dull care.]
The feature film starring Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier, Clive Dunn with John Laurie, James Beck, Arnold Ridley, Ian Lavender, Liz Fraser
1940: with a German invasion threatened, the defence of Walmington-on-Sea is in the hands of Captain Mainwaring, the local bank manager, and a motley collection of men who make up the Local Defence Volunteers, later to be known as the Home Guard.
The stalwarts of one of television's most popular comedy series are re-united in this highly successful feature-film version.
FILMS: page 18
by RICHARD COTTAN and BOB GOODY
Moon blows the dust off his beloved old camera and after a chase through the streets, a very dubious meal and a meaningful chat, finally gets the exposure and framing absolutely right.
The Rising of the Sun
Sound GRAHAM WILKINSON
Lighting GRAHAM RIMMINGTON Designer MALCOLM THORNTON Studio director SUSAN BELBIN Producer JOHN KILBY
with Sue Carpenter Regional News
Weather News IAN MCCASKILL
by GARETH JONES A five-part serial based on an idea by VICTORIA HINE
4: Viv Sharpe 's a walking zombie. Neil's been kidnapped by his dad and Yvonne's being hassled at school. So, what's her dad going to do about it? The squat hears of council manoeuvres. Is the neighbourhood safe? Is Viv's relationship with Eddy safe? Are the kids safe? Can Viv keep fighting back?
Incidental music PAUL JONES Script editor BETH PORTER Lighting DICK BENTLEY Designer ROB HINDS Producer CHRIS PARR Director PAUL SEED BBC Pebble Mill
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from the Esplanade of Edinburgh Castle Fanfare
The Massed Pipes and Drums 2ND BATTALION SCOTS GUARDS
1ST BATTALION THE KING'S OWN
THE BLACK WATCH
(Royal Highland Regiment)
THE ARGYLL AND SUTHERLAND
HIGHLANDERS OF CANADA
Pipes and Drums from THE BOYS' BRIGADE
EDINBURGH BATTALION Heeresmusikkorps 300
The first military band from the Federal Republic of Germany to perform in the Edinburgh Military Tattoo Argyll is My Name
A Canadian salute to Argyll in music and dance 100 Years
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the battalion, men of 2ND KING EDWARD VTTS OWN
(The Sirmoor Rifles) give a display of ethnic dancing, drill and rope-descents from the castle walls.
The Massed Military Bands THE MILITARY BAND OF
THE KING'S OWN
THE MILITARY BAND OF THE
(Royal Highland Regiment) THE MILITARY BAND OF
1ST BATTALION (Norfolk,
Suffolk, Cambridgeshire) -
THE ROYAL ANGLIAN REGIMENT
THE BAND OF
THE BRIGADE OF GURKHAS
HEERESMUSIKKORPS 300 The Finale
Evening Hymn and Last Post, Lone Piper Auld Lang Syne
Commentary for television Tom Fleming
Director of music MAJ R. J. PARKER (The Brigade of Gurkhas)
Director army bagpipe music CAPT J. M. ALLAN Tattoo producer
UEUT-COL LESLIE DOW
The Edinburgh Military Tattoo is presented by Army Headquarters
Scotland and the City of Edinburgh District Council.
Produced for television by IAN CHRISTIE BBC Scotland