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 in London and Jeremy Paxman at the Conservative Party
Conference in Bournemouth. National and international news from Sue Carpenter. Timetable:
Weather forecasts at 6.55,
7.25, 8.25 and 8.55
Local news and travel information at 6.57, 7.27,
7.57 and 8.27
Including this morning: More fashion ideas from Beverley Alt
Coverage of the second day direct from Bournemouth, with debates on energy and transport.
Here's a nose, here's a a nose, Whose is this 'ere nose? Presenter Ben Thomas
Guest Janet Palmer
Story: The Elephant's Child by RUDYARD KIPLING adapted by KATE COPSTICK Musical director CHRIS WALKER Percussion PETER BEAMENT Script writer KATE COPSTICK Director SHEILA FRASER
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Further live coverage from
Bournemouth, including the debate on health.
with Laurie Mayer and Chris Lowe
News Headlines with subtitles
A See-Saw programme with Fred Harris Music PETER GOSLING
Designer MARY PENLEY-PDWARDS Producer MICHAEL COLE (R)
Coverage of the afternoon debates on local government and law and order.
The Doll's Wish by RUMER GODDEN
A visitor from America arrives at the doll's house. With the voices of Anna Calder-Marshall
Nancy Gair , Olwen Griffiths Music DAVID HENEKER
Animated and directed by OLIVER POSTGATE and PETER FIRMIN
The Treasure of Monte Zoom A cartoon in eight parts 5: Boris Bashes a Box or The Flat Chest (R)
A cartoon series starring that favourite alley-cat Heathcliff, the terror of the town, in Heathcliff's Middle Name and Wishful Thinking
A new approach to the art of making pictures.
With Tony Hart , Joanna Kirk and Zippo and Company Fish
From early symbols to a modern sculpture, there's a deep-sea diver, fluorescent fish, a fish dish, an underwater scene and the mystery of an expanding goldfish.
Watch out for your work in today's Gallery.
Assistant producer CLAIRE WINY ARD Producer CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON
The invention of everyday things.
Written by CLIVE DOIG Leisure and Play
Paul McDowell presents and appears as one of the 60 or more characters in the stones of the tape recorder, the gramophone and darts.
What have King George V and Adolf Hitler got to do with all this?
All other parts, inventors and their friends played by Madeline Smith , Sylvester McCoy , Mike Savage
Bernard Holley , Jacqueline Clarke and Julia Binsted
Wilf Lunn also shows more of his crazy inventions. Produced by CLlVE DOIG
Today is a big day for the children at Wembley Arena. Apart from the Pony Club games, now in full swing, there is the Riding Pony of the Year Championship.
Plus a look at tonight's big show jumping class, the Leading Jumper of the Year. Introduced by David Vine Commentators
Producers JOHNNIE WATHERSTON ALASTAIR SCOTT
with Nicholas WitcheU and Frances Coverdale followed by Weather News
This is the week to watch if you don't care for the eponymous hero.
Miss Piggy's snout is put out of joint by an ardent fan who starts taking up too much of Kermit's attention. Rock musician Leo Sayer guest stars and brings his very own brand of energetic song and dance to another lively helping of The Muppet Show. Producer JIM HENSON
The last in the present series starring
Blast from the Past
J.R. and Angelica are back in business - but their mutual taste for double-dealing promises deadly dividends.
Jack prepares to leave Dallas while Ben Stivers begins to feel more and more at home. At a joyous ceremony, Pam finally marries Mark Graison and with the past laid to rest she could not be happier.... or could she?
Written by PETER DUNNE and jOEL J FEIGENBAUM
Directed by MICHAEL PREECE
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with John Humphrys and Andrew Harvey present the day's news with BBC teams at home and abroad followed by Regional News Weather News
' There nowt wrong with animals ... just bloody people. '
Knaresborough Zoo is refused a licence to operate and Sid Jenkins is called in to help find new homes for the 300 animals and reptiles. It's a race against the clock to save their lives.
There is conflict and frustration between the Animal Squad and the zoo owners as the council set a deadline for closure. It turns out to be the most harrowing time of Sid's career as he fights to save the lives of the animals. Sound recordists
RAY PARKER. JOHN PEARSON Film editor JANE VAL BAKER
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Introduced by Steve Rider
The Horse of the Year Show from Wembley Arena featuring the Norwich Union Leading Jumper of the Year This must be one of the few trophies which hasn't got the name 'Whitaker' inscribed upon it. After all their success over the last couple of years this is the one that both Michael and John would like to win. Commentators
International Hockey from Willesden
Sixth World Hockey Cup
Today England, whose team includes eight members of the Great Britain squad, face the fast-improving Russians, who can boast the current
European Club Champions, Dynamo Alta. The first two countries from the two pools of six move through to the semi-final stage.
Commentator BARRY DAVIES Plus all the other news from home and abroad.
Television presentation: Show jumping
JOHNNIE WATHERSTON Hockey ALAN GRIFFITHS
Studio producer CHARLES BALCIllN Editor JOHN ROWUNSON
Rhoda has a tough time deciding whether to follow her instinct or to do what she is told when offered a huge business account.
Written by COLEMAN MITCHELL and GEOFFREY NEIGHER
Directed by MARTY COHAN (R)