with Frank Bough Sally Magnusson and Jeremy Paxman
Sir Robin Day introduces Election Call with your questions to the party politicians seeking your votes.
Lines open from 8.0 am.
A simultaneous broadcast with Radio 4.
Andy Crane with programme news and birthday greetings.
I have got a parrot, his name is Uncle Fred.
He's green and blue and yellow with a little bit of red
Presenter Carol Leader Guest Fred Harris
Story: Uncle Fred the Parrot by ALISTAIR CAMERON (R)
The Benson and Hedges Cup TONY LEWIS introduces live coverage from one of today's quarter-final matches. including at 10.55 and 12.0 News and Weather
Martyn Lewis with the national and international news, including the latest from the Election campaign now in full swing. Weather BILL GILES
Daphne makes peace with Sarah. Julie tells Des she may quit her job. Helen receives a shock about her exhibition.
A See-Saw programme devised by CHLOE ASHCROFT and PETER GOSLING
The Pieman and Piewife buy a grandfather clock on the very day that a family of mice decide to move into the Piehouse as well! What with scuttling feet and chiming clocks, the Piepilot and a song pie won't be far behind!
MUSIC PETER GOSLING Masks ANDY HALL
Series producer MICHAEL COLE Producer SHARON MILLER (R)
TONY LEWIS introduces coverage of this afternoon's play from one of today's quarter-final matches.
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
Summarisers TOM GRAVENEY , BOB WILLIS Television presentation
KEITH MACKENZIE , ALAN GRIFFITHS
Andy Crane - starting with Caterpillar Trail with Stuart Bradley
This week Stuart joins some children on a badger watch, and travels to a remote island to find out about its inhabitants.
Production ROY MILANI Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Phantoms from the Swamp Ulysses and Yumi find themselves fighting an army of ghosts in the muddy marshes of a strange planet. (R)
Phillip Schofield is here to listen and comment on what you have to say about BBCtv. He answers your questions and queries and also invites you to take part in the painting and written TV criticism competition. This week's studio guest is Hugh Scully.
Do you agree with the views and comments expressed on the programme?
If you don't, or if you have any of your own, write to Take Two, BBCtv, London W12 8QT.
Let Phillip hear what you have to say.
Producer PHILIP CHILVERS
A serial in five parts by DYFED GLYN
We'd been taken by Sam Chan to an island where he'd kidnapped us, we thought we'd escaped but here he was once again, waiting for us at the ferry.
Film editor CHRISTIAN SEARLE Designer JULIAN WILLIAMS Producer ALLAN COOK
Girl in shop:
A musical cartoon narrated by Rich Little and featuring the voices of Rita Coolidge Leo Sayer
The frozen lake in the evergreen forest is a winter paradise, but the horrible
Cyril Sneer plans to turn the playground into a colossal concrete complex.
Produced and directed by KEVIN GILLIS (R)
Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell with developments at home and abroad, and the latest from the Election campaign now in its second week.
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
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 6: The War Game
Stirring scenes from some of the cinema's finest war pictures including The Way Ahead
In Which We Serve
The Way to the Stars and A Town Like Alice
Featuring David Niven
Noel Coward , Trevor Howard and John Mills Produced by ROBERT SIDAWAY. MAURICE SELLER A CHARISMA FILMS production
While Jason eagerly awaits news from India and prepares for a secret meeting with the Soviets in Toronto, Sable moves to consolidate her power both in the family and the boardroom.
Written by E. JEFFREY SMITH Directed by HARRY FALK
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Previews an epic summer season of film stories on BBCl. (R)
David Dimbleby and Martyn Lewis
Present the latest news from the campaign trail, including special reports on the key issues and interviews with leading politicians.
Peter Snow reports on how the opinion polls reflect the ups and downs of the campaign. Plus all the other national and international news of the day. Regional News Weather
Five films in which Chris Serle and Paul Heiney take it in turns to plunge in at the deep end and learn the hard way about a completely new world.
'With this small pair of scissors you can make a woman cry for a month.' Vidal Sassoon's warning worries Paul Heiney who hopes, after three months' training, to cut a completely new style on a celebrity lady. But will anyone let him? 'You could ruin a person's career with one snip,' says a horrified Pamela Stephenson. For weeks Paul shampoos, blowdries, cuts 'bobs' and 'shakes' and consults some of the top stylists in the country. Cutting ladies' hair turns out to be one of his most nerve-racking assignments. Jilly Cooper is to present British hairdressing's top award at the London Hilton. She's to have a stunning new style for the occasion - but will she trust Paul to create it?
with Barry Norman
The programme that keeps you in touch with the world of cinema.
Cinema 87 - Brighton is host to a brand new film festival which has been taking place over the last few days. A number of major movies are being premiered including, appropriately, Neil Simon 's Brighton Beach Memoires, Steven Spielberg 's An
American Tail and Michael J. Fox 's new film The Secret of My Success.
The Whistle Blower - Michael Caine , James Fox and Nigel Havers star in this thriller which is set around GCHQ, the government information-gathering service at Cheltenham.
Directors DOMINIC BRIGSTOCKE WILLA KING. BRUCE THOMPSON Producer JANE LUSH
The Walker Cup from Sunningdale
Highlights of the first day's play in this biennial competition between top amateur golfers representing Great Britain and Ireland, and the USA.