with Frank Bough Sally Magnusson and Jeremy Paxman with Bob Friend 's view of life across the Atlantic
Sports news from Sally Jones National and international news and analysis on the hour and half hour.
Regional news and travel information at
Weather forecasts from Francis Wilson at 7.25, 7.55, 8.25
Do insurance companies take your claims seriously? In Hot Seat John Stapleton ensures your questions are covered with Roger Bardell of the Association of British
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Got something to say?
Then say it on Day to Day. Join Robert Kilroy-Silk , his studio audience and guests as they discuss a topic that touches your life.
If you want to brush up on reading, writing or maths, where can you find a course that will suit you?
Margo MacDonald presents practical advice and information.
Directed by SHEILA SCOTT
Produced by TONY MATTHEWS (e)
Andy Crane with programme news and birthday greetings.
Hare about, snail's pace
How do you run, when in a race?
Presenters Floella Benjamin lain Lauchlan
Story: The Hare and the Tortoise by JULIA DONALDSON
by MICHAEL BOND A Sticky Time Narrated by Michael Hordern (R)
with Wendy Richard
with Pattie Coldwell, Bob Wellings and Eamonn Holmes including at 12.0 News and Weather
Live from Liverpool,
Tom gives the people of Merseyside their chance to go 'on the spot' and perform their favourite partypiece on the stage of the Playhouse Theatre.
Debbie Greenwood goes 'out and about' to see the sights and meet the people of the city.
Producer STEVE WEDDLE BBC Midlands
with Philip Hayton
Weather MICHAEL FISH
Daphne sees what a difficult person Rachel Burns can be.
Devised by CHLOE ASHCROFT and PETER GOSLING
The Pieman and Piewife at Universal Pies receive the strangest order when they are chosen by the Planet Pi to make pies full of song for the children of Pi.
MUSIC PETER GOSLING Puppets ANDY HALL
Series producer MICHAEL COLE Production SHARON MILLER (R)
Selina Scott examines the luggage of two well-travelled ladies, Anne Gregg and Susan Marling. Producer ROGER CASSTLES BBC Pebble Mill
starring Will Hay
Claude Hulbert Mervyn Johns
In this film - the last in which the great comedian starred - Will
Hay plays a shady barrister on the list of potential victims for a revenge-crazy convict. Grimshaw has vowed to kill everyone who helped send him to jail - and his first victim is the Judge.
Screenplay by JOHN DIGHTON and ANGUS MACPHAIL Produced by MICHAEL BALCON Directed by BASIL DEARDEN and WILL HAY
Andy Crane - starting with Caterpillar Trail with Stuart Bradley
This week the trail leads Stuart to a pond in Weymouth, and in search of African animals in Edinburgh! Producers
PENNY LLOYD. ROY MILANI Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Ulysses, a space-commander from Earth, with his son Telemachus, a small girl called Yumi, and Nono, a red robot, are lost among the galaxies and face unknown and terrible dangers.
Vengeance of the Gods (R)
Phillip Schofield will be here for the next nine weeks listening and commenting on what you have to say about BBCtv. He will answer your questions, invite you to take Part in a painting or written TV criticism competition and interview someone connected with television. Today's guest is Sarah Greene.
If you have something to say just write to Take Two,
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The last of a five-part serial by SID WADDELL A Perfect Match
The big day has arrived and Glenda is anticipating the happiest time of her life.
What Jossy is planning is a Giants' victory and split-second timing. What could possibly go wrong?
Costume designer KATHRYN AYERST Make-up designer
Designer JOHN HOLLAND
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director EDWARD PUGH
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The third in the instructional series with Dennis Taylor. Johnny Ball and some volunteers in the Antrim
Forum learn how to do screw shots and stun shots.
'It's all in the feel of the shot'.
with Nicholas WitcheU and Philip Hayton Weather BILL GILES
Join Terry and his guests live from the Television Theatre. See the final two entries for A Song for Europe.
Selina Scott examines the luggage of two well-travelled ladies, Anne Gregg and Susan Marling.
Jeff Banks searches for the faces of 87 among the thousands of photographs sent in for the Model Competition.
There's a look at the increasingly commercial
World of design students, and a chat with Jean-Paul Gaultier.
Siobhan Mayer spends a day at a jumble sale with Caryn Franklin and Jasmine Fadhli.
Some Good, Some Bad
First, the good news: J. R. and Bobby get some unexpected help in their quest for Jamie's 10 per cent of Ewing Oil. Then the bad: Bobby and Pam find out about Ray's revised domestic arrangements.
Written by LOUELLA LEE CARAWAY Directed by LARRY HAGMAN
with Julia Somerville and Philip Hayton
Regional News; Weather
Breaking the Pain Barrier You would hardly expect a hospital to encourage its patients to suffer enormous pain but one in Japan does. It is their way of getting the crippled back on to their feet. Mrs Shinsho and Mrs Ise are confined to wheelchairs with rheumatoid arthritis.
Q.E.D. watches their gritty determination over four months as they struggle to walk - even run. With only blasts of deep-frozen air as a temporary anaesthetic, they are made to force their stiffened joints back into action, 12 hours a day, at this remarkable Japanese treatment centre.
Series editor DAVID FILKIN Produced by NBCTV, Japan Adapted for BBCtv by CAROLINE VAN DEN BRUL
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Introduced by Bob Wilson European Football
Highlights from a busy night of first-leg action in the semi-finals of the three club competitions.
In the UEFA Cup, Britain's last representative Dundee United - having beaten
Barcelona in the last round - are at home to Borussia
Moenchengladbach, twice previous winners of the competition.
The 1987 Greyhound TV Trophy from Oxford
Live coverage of tonight s final in this popular stayers' event, won for the last two years by Scurlogue Champ. Commentator
Nicklaus at the Masters At the age of 46, Jack Nicklaus provided a fairy-tale finish to the 1986 Masters by winning the famous green jacket for the sixth time. Tonight he talks to Steve Rider about his historic triumph, and selects the men who may succeed him as champion at the Augusta National this weekend.
Plus a look ahead to Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix - the first of the season - and the rest of the sporting news. Television presentation: Football BILL MALCOLM Greyhounds
JOHNNIE WATHERSTON Producer CHARLES BALCHIN Editor JOHN ROWUNSON
New Orleans Nightmare
The New Orleans Mardi Gras becomes anything but a carnival, as Houston answers a desperate plea to expose the mysterious 'Delta Tribunal'. Written and directed by MIKE ROBE