Flower Power Pink UFO (R)
with Frank Bough Sally Magnusson Jeremy Paxman and Pamela Armstrong
National and international news and analysis on the hour and half hour
The latest sports news and comment from Bob Wilson Regional news and travel updates at 7.15, 7.45, 8.15 Weather forecast from Frances Wilson at 7.25, 7.55, 8.25
Alan Titchmarsh takes a look at the world of television.
In the last programme of the current series,
Margo MacDonald brings us up to date with some of the people featured in previous Advice
Shop programmes and hands out bouquets.
Series producer TONY MATTHEWS Your ideas for programmes are welcome. Please write to: Advice
Shop, BBCtv, Villiers House, Ealing W5 2PA.
Little Boy Lost
J.R. and Sue Ellen go to court over John Ross.
Written and directed by LEONARD KATZMAN (R)
Phillip Schofield with programme news and your birthday greetings.
Suppose I'm different when I come back?
Floella Benjamin Nigel Makin
Story: Going on Holiday
(unpublished) bv ANN REAY
The Comhill Insurance Test Series
England v Pakistan from Lord's First day
TONY LEWIS introduces live coverage of this morning's play. Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
Summarisers TED DEXTER , JACK BANNISTER Television presentation
KEITH MACKENZIE. ALAN GRIFFITHS including at
10.55 and 12.0
News and Weather
with Martyn Lewis
Weather BERNARD DAVEY
The missing tape is found.
The Robinsons hold a double celebration.
This week's cast:
Written by REG WATSON. GINNY LOWNDES BRUCE HANCOCK. JOHN UPTON Directed by ANDREW FRIEDMAN. BRENDAN MAHER
by PETER FIRMIN
Pinny and the Paper Glider Pinny is a wooden doll no bigger than a pin but she is not afraid to fly.
Read by Matilda Thorpe Story ana pictures by PETER FIRMIN MusicbyAR OG
Directed and animated by OUVER POSTGATE (R)
A See-Saw programme with Brian Cant. (R)
Ladies' Day - The highlight of the fashion week and the running of Europe's most valuable stayers' race, The Gold Cup.
2.30 The Cork and Orrery Stakes (6f)
3.5 The Norfolk Stakes (5f)
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON Race and paddock commentators
JIMMY UNDLEY , JOHN HANMER
The fashion scene described : today by EVE POLLARD 1 Producer FRED VINER u (Coverage continues on BBC2)
Phillip Schofield - starting with Lay on Five
Jokes and Slapstick with Floella Benjamin The children at MYATT
GARDEN SCHOOL can't keep straight faces!
The Slimy Book written and illustrated by BABETTE COLE
Musical director MICHAEL OMER Percussion WILL HILL Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Producer CHRISTINE HEWITT (R)
Spot Goes Splash by ERIC HILL
Told by Paul Nicholas Animation by LEO BELTOFF Music by DUNCAN LAMONT Script editor DAVID MCKEE
Production cuve juster
Today: Kwicky Goes West, Crazy Challenges, Calling Doctor Dirty (R)
First of a serial in 12 episodes
A hundred years ago life was hard for many poor children, but for circus children it was very hard. Silas was a circus child. Philip the swordswallower, who owned the circus, was so very cruel that Silas had to run away ... but that was only the start of his adventures.
English version directed by LOUIS ELMAN for LEAH INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTIONS (R)
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with Helen Rollason
with Janet Ellis, Mark Curry and Caron Keating
Robbie Vincent and Angharad Mair welcome back the MYERS family from Andover. Has the Army knocked them into shape or are they still knocking back the sweets and snacks? Director DAVID WILLIAMS Producer VICKI MOORE (e)
For pack send A5 sae with 24p stamp to: [address removed]
Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell present the latest pictures, stories and events of the day from Britain and around the world. Weather BILL GILES
London Plus, Spotlight points West, Look East
Look North, South Today North West Tonight Midlands Today
Presenting hits and videos from the Top 40 chart.
Introduced by Gary Davies.
Produced and directed by:
by Rosemary Mason.
"Den, all day long you've been telling me that you're quite capable of looking after number one. You can't have it both ways."
with Howard Stableford Roll Over Beethoven
Will the musician of the future be trading his piano keys for the keys of a computer? Electric guitars and synthesisers started it all off - nowadays computer controlled machines promise to turn almost any sound into music.
In his quest to discover just what electronics is doing to music, amateur pop singer
Howard Stableford meets Act in a top recording studio; finds Midge Ure at work on his next album; and traces the unlikely connection between London Zoo,
Winchester Cathedral, and Europe's most sophisticated computer music centre in Paris.
Series editor RICHARD REISZ
Producer MARTIN MORTIMORE
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written by GEORGE LAYTON starring Tony Britton and Nigel Havers featuring Simon Williams and Jane How
Madeline has found someone else and Tom is feeling pretty low. His bank balance is in a similar state. Toby tries to boost his morale.
Designer ERIC WALMSLEY Produced and directed by HAROLD SNOAD (R)
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Dr Tom Latimer:
Dr Toby Latimer:
Dr Charles Cartwright:
Martyn Lewis and Philip Hayton present the day's news with BBC teams at home and abroad Regional News Weather
The programme where viewers are asked to help solve and prevent crime. with Nick Ross and Sue Cook
This month viewers will be asked to help trace the man who posed as a housebuyer and assaulted a Sheffield woman in her own home. He may be responsible for attacks in other towns.
And the last hours of Barry Oldham from Aberdeen. In May he went to Newcastle and visited a nightclub there. Next morning his body was found 60 miles away in North Yorkshire. With your help crucial clues about his death could help police solve the crime.
Nick Ross and Sue Cook along with detectives from around the country are waiting for your call to the Crimewatch studio.
Police officers David Hatcher and Helen Phelps report from the Incident Desk. If you can help, call
Crimewatch UK on [number removed]anytime from 9.30 pm until midnight.
Studio director PIETER MORPURGO Producer PETER GRIMSDALE Editor PETER CHAFER
Details on Ceefaxpage 186
(Crimewatch Update is at 11.10)
with Sir Robin Day
As the new parliament assembles, Question Time gives the public the chance to debate with the winners and losers what the new government should make its first priority.
Sir Robin Day chairs the argument
Director ANN MORLEY
Producer ANNA CARRAGHER Editor BARBARA MAXWELL
Developments and reminders of incidents shown earlier.
from the NEC, Birmingham featuring
The Daily Mail Cup
The tradition of this show - first staged in 1907 at
Olympia - lives on at its new home in the Midlands.
The emphasis is mainly on show jumping of the highest quality, but tonight and over the next few days the programmes will reflect the whole range of the show. Introduced by DAVID VINE Commentators
Producers JOHNNIE WATHERSTON WENDY SHEPPARD