start your day with news, sport, weather and travel available to all viewers.
in Quiet Please
An RKO film
with John Stapleton and Kirsty Wark
National and international news and analysis on the hour and half-hour
Regional news and travel at 7.15, 7.45, 8.15
Weather with Francis Wilson at 7.25. 7.55, 8.25
Weather followed by Open Air
Eamonn Holmes invites you to phone him on [number removed]. Natalie Anglesey and Mike Shaft are the reporters.
Every day the issues you are talking about are discussed by Robert Kilroy-Silk and an informed studio audience.
For studio audience details, ring [number removed]from 9.00am to 6.00pm
Directors LINDA NASH. ANN MORLEY Producers Dl BURGESS
SUE NIX. HARVEY WOOLFE
Deputy editor JOHN GETGOOD Editor DAVID WICKHAM
Weather followed by The Flintstones
The Rolls Rock Caper
A HANNA-BARBERA production (R)
Andy Crane with programme news and birthday greetings followed by Play School
Presenter Kate Copstick Guest Stuart Bradley
Story: My Cat Likes to Hide in Boxes by EVE SUTTON
Illustrated by LYNLEY DODD (R) and The Adventures of Spot by ERIC HILL
Spot's Lost Bone
Told by Paul Nicholas (R)
with Patricia Hodge
Weather followed by Open Air with Pattie Coldwell and Eamonn Holmes
Weather followed by Daytime Live with Pamela Armstrong and Alan Titchmarsh
The lunchtime magazine live from Pebble Mill. Today
Simon Potter with the latest chart news in Pop with Potter.
with Michael Buerk
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
Scott and Mike are crushed to learn they are the victims of a practical joke, but the last laugh could be on Sue Parker.
This week's cast:
Written by CHRISTINE SCHOFIELD RICK MAIER , PENNY FRASER GINNY LOWNDES , RAY KOLLE Directed by PAUL MOLONEY , STEVE MANN
Hosted by Henry Kelly
This is the last chance for contestants from Denmark, Finland, Scotland, Norway, Sweden, England and Northern Ireland to reach the semi-finals.
starring with Desperate Encounter
Ironside suspects that the death of an elderly hermit is murder.
Written by DON MULLALLY Directed by DICK COLLA (R)
Robert T Ironside:
Det Sgt Ed Brown:
Officer Eve Whitfield:
A series celebrating 50 years of classic films from the Rank Studios.
Narrated by John Mills 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 (R)
Andy Crane - starting with Bananaman
Lost Tribe of the Tapiocas with the voices of Tim Brooke-Taylor
Bill Oddie , Graeme Garden Jill Shilling
Written by BERNIE KAY Music by DAVE COOKE
Produced by TREVOR BOND Directed by TERRY WARD (R)
featuring Mr Large Objects.... from the Large Objects collection, Liverpool with children from OVERCHURCH JUNIOR SCHOOL, Wirral Written by PAUL GODDARD and PETER CHARLTON
Lighting KEN LOCKHART
Producer PETER CHARLTON
Postcards to: The Antics Roadshow, BBCtv, [address removed]
by BILLI ROSEN
Told for Jackanory by Hannah Gordon
1- Andi. a young Greek girl. finds out a secret hidden in the mountains which is going to affect her life for ever.
The Adventures of R2-D2 and C-3PO
The Adventures of Mungo Baobab
1: The Tail of the Roon Comets R2-D2 and C-3PO accompany their new master, Mungo Baobab, on a journey through unchartered space to the legendary planet Roon. * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
with Mark Curry, Caron Keating and Yvette Fielding
with Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell Weather JOHN KETTLEY
Lucy Meacock Steve Clarke Richard Bath bring you tonight's news and views from London and the South East.
Plus sport from Michael Wale Editor FIONA CHESTERTON
Join Terry and his guests for conversation and entertainment, live from the Television Theatre.
Programme associate NEIL SHAND Director
MAY MILLER Producer JON PLOWMAN
The campaigning consumer Programme, that's on your side. Husband-and-wife team John Stapleton and Lynn Faulds Wood will be chasing the stories you send them. If you have something for the team to investigate, write to Watchdog, BBCtv,
London W12 8QT, or ring the hotline on [number removed]Deputy editor STEVE PHELPS Editor NICK HAYES
Once again Dave Lee Travis introduces some famous hit records from the past, helped by various film-makers. Executive producer JOHN KING BBC Pebble Mill
by Colin Bostock-Smith
Infidelity happens to other people, not to solid married people like Tom and Alice. And if one of them indulged in a harmless flirtation, the other would take it in his stride... wouldn't he?
with Martyn Lewis and Philip Hayton
Regional News; Weather
The Underclass of 88 In tomorrow's Budget the Chancellor is widely expected to announce further tax cuts for the better off. But what of Britain's poor? Next month will see the most radical change to the Social Security system in 40 years. Nine million claimants will be affected. The Government says the changes will help those in greatest need.
Others say that many of the poor will be made more dependent on charity and that far from escaping poverty they're falling further behind. Gavin Hewitt reports from Sheffield on the 'Underclass of 88'. Producer GISELLE PORTENIER Editor TIM GARDAM
A ten-part series written and presented by Barry Norman 8: Torn from Today's Headlines?
The movie capital did not set out to make overtly political films. However, through the Depression years and the Second World War, writers and directors could not help but be affected by the turbulent situations of the day. By 1947 a right-wing America had detected
'communist infiltration' in Hollywood, and the House Un-American Activities
Committee set up hearings to root out the principal suspects. The appalling effects of the witch-hunt still reverberate today. With Jules Dassin
Philip Dunne , June Havoc
John Huston , Alan J. Pakula Abraham Polonsky
Martin Ritt , Lionel Stander Photography MARTIN PATMORE Videotape editor JAMES TIMOTHY Film editor GRANT MUTER
Series producer JUDY LINDSAY Producer IAN KEILL
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A Tale of Two Mill Towns The second of two comparisons of the problems of inner-city dereliction on opposite sides of the Atlantic. Bradford in Yorkshire is contrasted with Lowell near Boston in the United States. David Lomax asks whether there are lessons for Britain in the American experience. Photography GODFREY JOHNSON Film editor ALEX RICHARDSON Editor BRIAN DAVIES (e)
Mary O'Hara invites you to join her for more of her favourite songs.
Her guests at Clandeboye
House include Incantation. Musical director
Lighting GEORGE CAMPBELL
Sound PAT WHELAN. BRIAN SPEERS Assistant producer HARRY ADAIR Producer ALAN TONGUE