with Frank Bough Sally Magnusson Jeremy Paxman and Pamela Armstrong including
World Athletics introduced by DESMOND LYNAM
With DAVE MOORCROFT
Breakfast wouldn't be the same without the Decathlon diet. First on the menu the 110m Hurdles (14.03 sec or so would do Daley very nicely) and, to follow, the Discus around elevenses time, the Pole Vault by brunch, the Javelin with afternoon tea and the 1500m with dinner.
But first this ... something a little different with Andy Crane. Starting with Boss Cat
The Late T.C. (R)
with Tony Hart Joanna Kirk and Margot Wilson Break Up!
There are stained glass windows and paper mosaics, breaking down and breaking up, with some end-of-series surprises.
Watch out for more of your work in today's Gallery. (R)
But first ... your birthday greetings with Andy Crane followed by Play School
Presenter Fred Harris Guest Jane Hardy
Story: Obidiah Blank by MICHAEL COLE sung by DEREK GRIFFITHS Musical director ALLAN ROGERS Percussionist WILL HILL
Producer CHRISTINE HEWITT Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE (R) and Willo the Wisp
The Flight of Mavis (R)
with Catherine Griller (R)
Introduced by DESMOND LYNAM with DAVE MOORCROFT
The decathletes still have centre stage. including at
from the BBC newsroom Weather BILL GILES
Will Max spoil Daphne and Shane's engagement party?
(For cast see page 47. Shown again on Monday at 10.5am)
The second of a two-part film starring
Lindsay Wagner Jameson Parker
All the love Callie has given her son will not prepare her for the shock still to come ...
Screenplay by THOMAS THOMPSON Produced by ROSLLYN HELLOR Directed by waris HUSSEIN 9 FILMS: page 19
Randy (aged 12-14):
Introduced by DESMOND LYNAM
If the prospect of DALEY THOMPSON progressing to another world decathlon championship title, the sight of the finest male 1500m runners in the world vying for places in Sunday's final (4.10), the medal-winning performances in the women's 10,000m (6.0), 100m Hurdles (5.30), and Long Jump don't excite, maybe you're on the wrong channel. Commentators
BRENDAN FOSTER and KEVIN COSGROVE
from the BBC newsroom
The latest pictures, stories and events of the day from
Britain and around the world. Weather BERNARD DAVEY
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.
The last of a ten-part natural history of Britain and Ireland Presented by Julian Pettifer New Landscapes Britain's wildlife has been forced to find refuge in the 20th-century landscapes. On the man-made cliffs of industry nest ravens and mistle thrushes, while the cooled slag of a steel works is carpeted by vivid flowers teeming with insect life. Music by EDWARD WILLIAMS Produced by ROGER R. JONES Executive producer PETER CRAWFORD BBC Bristol (R)
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'He is my flesh and blood. If you accuse him you accuse me ...' but Adam is to prove that it is a wise mother who knows her son. Meanwhile,
Alexis puts one Maurier into the past, only to find another claiming to be her future.
Written by A. J. RUSSELL
Directed by IRVING MOORE
as Sammy Jo:
from the BBC newsroom The day's news with BBC teams at home and abroad Regional News
The Untold Story
The last episode of a four-part series starring
George C. Scott Lee Grant
With the course of the war turning and food shortages commonplace, the time is ripe for an enterprising man to plant the seeds of unrest. 11 Duce's days of power are numbered.
Introduced by Jane Glover In this year's Henry Wood Promenade concerts, the conductor Klaus Tennstedt makes a welcome return to the podium after a long absence through illness. With the London Philharmonic Orchestra led by DAVID NOLAN , of which Tennstedt is
Principal Conductor, and the distinguished mezzo-soprano Brigitte Fassbaender , who opens the programme as soloist in the haunting song-cycle, Mahler:
Kindertotenlieder. Renowned for his interpretation of Mahler and Brahms, Tennstedt talks to Jane Glover about their contrasting musical personalities, and conducts
Brahms: Symphony No 4 in E minor, the composer's crowning symphonic achievement.
Sound GRAHAM HAINES
Lighting DENNIS BUTCHER Executive producer KENNETH CORDEN
Directed by RODNEY GREENBERG (Live from the Proms with Simon Rattle and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra BBC2
7 September. Last Night of the Proms 12 September)