with Frank Bough Sally Magnusson and Jeremy Paxman
Reports from BILL NEELY MARGARET GILMORE
JAMES COX , PETER MARSHALL MIKE STEWART and GUY MICHELMORE
National and international news and analysis on the hour and half hour
Sports news from Sally Jones The weather forecast from
Francis Wilson at 7.25, 7.55, and 8.25
with Lynn Faulds Wood and John Stapleton
with Robert Kilroy-Silk
This year there will be something like 175,000 divorces in the UK.
Margo MacDonald presents facts and advice about the legal, financial and personal aspects of divorce.
Produced by BRYN BROOKS
Series producer TONY MATTHEWS (e)
with Andy Crane
Ding dong, honk honk, vroom vroom, um-pa-pa, moo moo. They approached the town and what did they see? Presenter Jane Hardy Guest Mike Amatt Story: Goat's Trail by BRIAN WILDSMITH
by MICHAEL BOND
Paddington Recommended (R)
with Shirley Dixon
To the Limit and Beyond The house lights dim, the band strikes 'Hearts of oak', and two spotlights suddenly pierce downwards on to the sailors marching, arms interlocked, faces tensely set, into the arena. It is one of the highlights of the London season: the Royal Navy's field-gun competition at the Royal Tournament - shown here as it celebrated its centenary year in 1979. Written and narrated by Ian Wooldridge
Producer MICHAEL BEGG (R)
The Open Air number is [number removed]
with Martyn Lewis
Weather MICHAEL FISH
Max has news about Douglas Blake that startles Jim.
A See-Saw programme by JOANNE AND MICHAEL COLE Narrated by Patricia Hayes Gran's
Bike Gran finds a pushbike too slow to go shopping.
Music and lyrics by BRYAN DALY Animation DEREK MOGFORD Designed and directed by IVOR WOOD (R)
A See-Saw programme with Don Spencer
Hey Mum , I've got energy to burn
Show me something I should learn
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Percussion WILL HILL Bass DAVE ROSE
Assistant producerANNE DENEHY Production BARBARA RODDAM (R)
A three-part series based on ROGER MACDONALD 'S powerful novel of life in Australia in the shadow of World War I. Starring
1: Childhood friends
Walter Gilchrist and Billy MacKenzie are reunited when Walter returns from Sydney
University. However, their friendship is soon tested when they become rivals for the love of the capricious Frances Reilly.
Meanwhile, the war clouds gather in Europe.
Written by PETER YELDHAM Produced by RAY alchin Directed by CHRIS THOMSON and DI DREW (R)
Andy Crane - starting with Bertha
A See-Saw programme by ERIC CHARLES The Flying Bear
Bertha is making plastic bears, but why are they getting bigger and bigger? Narrator Roy Kinnear with Sheila Walker Designed and produced by IVOR WOOD (R)
A 20-part serial by VALERIE GEORGESON from a story by JOAN EADINGTON
9: Mam and Dad have now revealed that Marilyn is expecting a baby, and Jonny is thrilled to learn he'll be an uncle. But what is Mr Badgej going to say to him? (R)
starring David Copperfield with Sally Dewhurst Antony Howes
Wendy Leavesley Michael Seraphim Guests
Andy Cunningham Maxi Priest
You don't have to be crazy to get in the lift, but it helps when Stan meets the three-headed man and a psychiatrist!
Sound ALAN STOKES
Lighting DON BABBAGE Designer BOB STEER Director STEVE SMITH
Producer JUDY WHITFIELD
Remember, remember, the fifth of November.
The 'towering inferno' and the 'rat run' are legendary in the London Fire Brigade, and are part of Peter Duncan 's dare as he trains as a fireman. On bonfire night he joins
'White Watch' at Holloway fire station for a night of firefighting he will never forget. Film cameraman MAX SAMETT Film editor RON RADDON Producer ALEX LEGER
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The video eye on nature with Michael Jordan and Nick Davies
Where do British herons fish with Californian sea-lions? In central London! Live cameras follow events at the heronry on Regent's Park, where the chicks sometimes are fed fish stolen from the Zoo! Rabbit society is unravelled under the Mendip Hills in Somerset - the first outside broadcast from inside a warren. And the latest birds from Africa - why do they sing a dawn chorus? Producers PAUL APPLEBY and ALASTAIR FOTHERGILL
Series producer MIKE BEYNON BBC Bristol
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Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell present the latest pictures, stories and events of the day from Britain and around the world
Weather ian MCCASKILL
John Stapleton ,
Lucy Meacock and Steve Clarke bring you all tonight's headlines from London and the south east, and the interviews that will make tomorrow's talking points.
Plus all the day's sport from Michael Wale
Editor RACHEL ATTWELL
by JON WATKINS starring William Gaunt and Patricia Garwood Arthur's attempts at marriage guidance lead to complete confusion for the counsellor.
Designer BOB COVE
Produced and directed by ROBIN NASH (R)
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Mr Pettifer, marriage guidance counsellor:
by Tony McHale.
"That's my grand-daughter and I'm not having you ruin her life."
(For cast see page 61)
EastEnders record: Nick Berry, REB/ZCF 618 available from retailers
by JOHN ESMONDE and BOB LARBEY starring Karl Howman and Gary Waldhorn
Elizabeth Counsell with Kim Thomson , Mike Walling
Music DEXY'S MIDNIGHT RUNNERS Produced by SYDNEY LOTTERBY
Directed by MANDIE FLETCHER (R)
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Girl in Shop:
by JOHN GLEESON
Liz finds, to her dismay, that none of her clothes now fit and, feeling unattractive, seeks reassurance from the family. She receives support from Suzie, Polly and George, but what of Ted?
Designer NIGEL CURZON
Produced by JOHN B. HOBBS Directed by SUE BYSH
Dr John Anderson:
by the Conservative Party
Julia Somerville and Andrew Harvey present the day's news with BBC teams at home and abroad
Regional News; Weather
A serial in six parts devised by JOE WATERS 3: Second Childhood written by ERIC PAICE
Kirstie Munro can't believe she's worth nearly a million, but Mrs Morris is beginning to like the idea of being rich. Lady Bentley and Saxon are drawing closer together, but someone in the Bentley organisation is passing on vital information.
Forty-four years ago, Klaus Barbie was a Nazi chief in the French city of Lyon. Next week he goes on trial there for crimes against humanity. Between these dates, Barbie has led an astonishing life.
Protected by US Intelligence after the war and spirited by them to South America, he has in turn been arms dealer, drugs smuggler and security adviser until his capture four years ago. The prosecution will accuse him of atrocities against the Jews and the French Resistance. His defence will raise painful, embarrassing ghosts from the German Occupation.
Tom Bower speaks to his accusers and defenders, including his daughter, and examines the impact on France of probably her last - and most controversial - trial of a war criminal.
with Barry Norman
No Mercy: Vengeful Chicago cop Richard Gere is drawn to the swamplands of New
Orleans when his partner is killed. Mysterious blonde
Kim Basinger is involved in the murder.
Angel Heart: Alan Parker directs this controversial thriller which stars Mickey Rourke and Robert De Niro. Tom Brook visited them on location in New York. Director WILLA KING Producer JANE LUSH
In Work and Out
A Tale of Two Cities
Unemployment in Exeter is below the national average and the majority of the city's inhabitants are in secure, well-paid, service jobs. But for those less fortunate, the contrast could hardly be greater. Bill Jordan , Reader in Social Studies, Exeter University, looks at the experiences of three families who have faced periods of unemployment and asks: should we be thinking of a radical change to the social security and tax system to take account of the changing nature of work in Britain? Film cameraman JIM PIERSON Film editor JOHN DINWOODIE
Series producer HOWARD SMITH Produced by FRANK ASH (e)