with Frank Bough Sally Magnusson and Jeremy Paxman
Today's edition brings you Hot Seat - your chance to interrogate the people whose decisions affect your life.
Join Robert Kilroy-Silk , his studio audience and guests as they discuss a topic that touches your life.
Divorce affects large numbers of children under 16 - 156,000 in 1985. Margo MacDonald looks at ways of making sure that their welfare comes first. (e)
Andy Crane with programme news and birthday greetings.
Presenter Jane Hardy Guest Nigel Makin
Story: The Flowery Cow by SHIRLEY VICKERS
with Shirley Dixon
Precisely as the clock on Horse Guards strikes 11, The Queen turns her horse to face her soldiers to start the most famous military spectacle in the world: Trooping the Colour. But where were these soldiers three months ago and what has an opera singer from Wandsworth got to do with it? Parade, Parade dispels the myth of toy soldiers.
Written and narrated by Ian Wooldridge
Producer MICHAEL BEGG (R)
with Bob Wellings Pattie Coldwell and Eamonn Holmes with your chance to talk back to the programme makers. Call [number removed]
Deputy editor CYRIL GATES Editor PETER WEIL BBC North West
with Martyn Lewis ; Weather MICHAEL FISH j i
Jim and Helen argue. Terry is left alone in the house.
A See-Saw programme devised by CHLOE ASHCROFT and PETER GOSLING
The Pieman and Piewife have a hard job describing lavender to the inquisitive
Piepilot! Is it a flower, a bud or a song... ? Maybe the song pie will help explain it to him!
Music PETER GOSLING
Series producer MICHAEL COLE Producer SHARON MILLER (R)
A three-part series
2: War is declared and Billy Mackenzie goes to Sydney to enlist. Walter Gilchrist is determined to join up too, but finds his mother deeply opposed. At a party held by the Reillys, Billy meets someone who will change his life; then news comes that the training is over and the regiment is shipped overseas, but where to? (R)
Andy Crane - starting with Caterpillar Trail with Stuart Bradley
This week Stuart meets some children who are doing a survey on Birmingham streams.
Join the trail and you'll also find out about a person who helps animals and an animal who helps people.
Producers PENNY LLOYD. ROY MILANI Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Phillip Schofield is here to listen and comment on what you have to say about BBCtv. He will also invite you to take part in the painting and written TV criticism competition.
This week's studio guest is Chris Packham.
Do you agree with the views and comments expressed on the programme? Write to Take Two, BBCtv, London W12 8QT.
Producer PHILIP CMLVERS
A serial in five parts by DYFED GLYN
1: Mum said that she couldn't take us away on holiday last summer, so we were left helping on the extension to the railway line, but then something happened....
Film editor CHRISTIAN SEARLE Designer JULIAN WILLIAMS Producer ALLAN COOK BBC Wales
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Ace journalist Bert Raccoon has been reporting so many strange happenings lately that no one will believe his latest scoop. After all, who would credit bears carrying violin cases and stories of strange tuneless singing coming from Cyril Sneer's bedroom?
Produced and directed by:
with Nicholas WitcheU and Andrew Harvey
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
London Plus, Spotlight Points West, Look East Look North, South Today
North West Tonight Midlands Today
Join Terry and his guests for conversation and entertainment, live from the Television Theatre.
A ten-part series celebrating 50 years of classic films from the Rank Studios.
Narrated by John Mills 3: 1 Spy
Great stars of British cinema including Robert Donat ,
Kenneth More , Deborah Kerr and Margaret Lockwood in some of the most suspenseful sequences on celluloid including scenes from The 39 Steps (all three versions!), Defence of the Realm, The
Lady Vanishes and Sabotage. Produced by MAURICE SELLAR and ROBERT SIDAWAY
The Dark at the End of the Tunnel
J.R. finally gets what he always wanted ... almost, but will the cost be too steep, even for him? Southfork becomes a troubled place with the latest news from Washington and confrontation becomes the name of the game ...
Written by CALVIN CLEMENTS JR Directed by LARRY HAGMAN
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Anne Robinson with your comments in the programme you help to write.
Producer VICKI MARRIOTT Please send letters to: Points of View,
BBCtv Centre, London W12 8QT
Julia Somerville and Andrew Harvey present the day's news with BBC teams at home and abroad Regional News Weather
Four Go Off to Space Camp You too could walk on the moon, eat astronaut food and fly a space shuttle mission; it's all part of the weekly routine in the Huntsville, Alabama, Space Camp.
A fantasy comes true for four British youngsters when Marie, Richard, Sally and Matthew, spend a week training to be astronauts and learning all aspects of space travel ready for their final mission when they could be anything from a member of Mission Control to the Shuttle Commander. They find that their hand-on feel of the future produces some thoughtful reactions. Narrated by Peter Macann
Produced by DAVID FILKIN
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Introduced by Steve Rider
Football Highlights from tonight's programme of matches, including action from the first leg of the UEFA Cup Final.
Commentator JOHN MOTSON
The London Marathon
A look ahead to Sunday's big race which traditionally heralds the start of the summer season of athletics. Former winners Hugh Jones and Charlie Spedding head an impressive men's line-up, while Ingrid Kristiansen of Norway aims to be the first woman to complete a marathon in under 2 hours 20 minutes.
Tonight, in front of his own Scottish crowd at the Forum in Livingston, Alex Dickson aims to make a major move up the world rankings by disposing of Charlie 'Choo-
Choo' Brown of the USA, the former IBF World
Lightweight Champion. It s a tough prospect for Dickson but his supporters believe he may one day emulate his compatriot Jim Watt by becoming world champion. Commentator
Football JOHN SHREWSBURY Boxing BILL MALCOLM
Athletics SUE ASHWORTH
Producer CHARLES BALCHIN Editor JOHN ROWUNSON
The Cult's music has been likened to 'a seamless, glittering missile of sound'. In Concert cameras captured the finale of the band's recent sell-out tour live at London's Brixton Academy where the band stormed through a spectacular set including the hit singles 'Love removal machine' and 'She sells sanctuary'.
Producer MAY MILLER Executive producer TOM CORCORAN