The best of the overnight action in Seoul, introduced by Steve Rider , with Olympic summaries by David Icke at 6.30, 7.30 and 8.30.
Weather followed by Olympic Grandstand
Introduced by Bob Wilson and Sally Jones.
Live coverage of :he women's gymnastics final at 11.30.
Highlights of the cross-country section. Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD and LUCINDA GREEN Cycling
Quarter-finals of the 4,000m individual pursuit.
Commentator HUGH PORTER Gymnastics
The closing stages of the women's team event.
Commentator BARRY DAVIES Tennis
The best match from today's first-round men's and women's singles.
Commentators DAN MASKELL JOHN BARRETT and GERALD WILLIAMS
Also, David Icke rounds up all today's news and results including gold medals in fencing, shooting, wrestling and weightlifting. Plus reports on day four of the modern pentathlon, and the second day's racing at the Pusan Yachting Centre. including at
10.00am News and Weather
Andy Crane - starting with Play School
Don Spencer , Jane Hardy
Story: The Supermarket Mice by MARGARET GORDON (R)
Camping written by MAURICE DODD featuring Leonard Rossiter as Boot with Judy Bennett
Sheila Steafel , Peter Hawkins Music by TREVOR JONES Executive producer
GRAHAM CLUTTERBUCK (R)
with Dora Bryan Producer RALPH ROLLS
Weather followed by Olympic Grandstand
Further action from Seoul, with Bob Wilson and Sally Jones at the helm. Here, the featured sport is gymnastics with live coverage of the women's final scheduled for 11.30. (Olympic coverage continues at
2.15pm on BBC2) including at
12.00 News and Weather
with Michael Buerk
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
Jeremy confronts Paul over Gail and gives him an ultimatum.
Written by WAYNE DOYLE
and Calculated Risk
Karen must choose between a risky operation or eventual paralysis and death.
Written bv SUSAN GOLDBERG Directed by ERNEST PINTOFF
Mark St Claire:
Starring Tom O'Connor
Today's celebrity panel trys to guess the special secrets of five people in a fun show for all the family. The panel is: Gyles Brandreth, Sandra Dickinson, Barry Cryer, Nina Myskow with special guests Bruno Brookes, Frankie Howerd Script writers COLIN EDMONDS. BARRY FAULKNER Sound MARTIN DEANE
Lighting GRAHAM RIMMINGTON Designer DACRE PUNT
Executive producer STANLEY APPEL Produced and directed by TONY NEWMAN
Hogan v Hogan
Written by CHIP KEYES. AND DOUG KEYES.
Directed by HOWARD STORM (R)
Andy Crane - starting with Two by Two
The second of 15 programmes presented by Jenny Powell Colours and Patterns
Butterflies, bullfrogs and bananas - Jenny finds all the colours of the rainbow reflected in the animal world.
Some creatures use stripes and spots to help them hide. Songs written and performed by Derek Griffiths
Series producer JANE TARLETON Producer ANNE DENEHY
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Deep under the sea in the mystical underwater world of Snorkland lives a society of tiny creatures called Snorks.
Presented by Bruno Brookes The mystery photographs of objects, animals, landmarks and personalities don't seem to be fooling any of the contestants. How about you?
A new approach to making pictures with Tony Hart
Margot Wilson and Amanda Swift as Elvira Muckett
Strange happenings in the studio. The sunburst gets stuck in some plaster, while the temple loses its point. A flickering flame breaks through the sailing boats and Morph is dogged by an invisible friend.
If you are 15 or under and would like to send a picture to the Gallery, send your entry to: Hartbeat, BBCtv [adress removed]. There's a prize for any that are shown, as long as you put your name, age and address on the back. But sorry, none can be returned.
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Sadie Tree, a shy, young girl who lives not far from the MacPhees respects Spit and wants his friendship. Her mother warns her to take things slowly because he is such an independent boy.
Producer NOEL PRICE Director MARCUS COLE
Sgt Joe Collins:
with Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
Desmond Lynam. All the best moments from another packed programme in Seoul.
Highlights from the cross-country section which could well prove 'make or break' for Britain's chances of gold.
Today's finals were:
Women's 200m freestyle. Men's 200m individual medley. Women's 200m breaststroke Men's 4 x 200m freestyle relay and the Men's 100m butterfly. Gymnastics
How the medals were decided in the women's team event. Modern Pentathlon The fourth day of competition is the shooting section, in which Britain's team of PHELPS. BROOKHOUSE and MAHONEY must do well if they are to keep their medal hopes alive.
Plus the rest of today's news including gold medals in fencing shooting, weightlifting and wrestling.
The Moore family from Sutton and the Staples family from Swansea face ordeal by Noel Edmonds 's
'hoofer-doofer', as he quizzes them about their television knowledge in the latest round of the search for the Telly Addicts champions of 1988. Director NICK HURRAN Producer TIM MANNING
Executive producer JOHN KING BBC Pebble Mill
by the Social and Liberal Democrats
Martyn Lewis and Andrew Harvey present the day's news with BBC teams at home and abroad.
Regional News and Weather
For too many young people in the world today, war is a natural way of life - they have no other. In the Lebanon, there has been civil war of one kind or another for the last 13 years - continuous, vicious and deadly.
In Beirut, children grow up on the barricades. All too soon. they change their toy guns for the real thing. For reasons that often get lost, they fight and kill their near neighbours. This film is a story of that war - seen not from a political high table, but from the street corners and the sites of destroyed buildings. It has been made by a husband and wife team. He is a Christian Lebanese, she is Muslim Palestinian. They were able to work on both sides of the 'green line' - the barrier that divides Beirut: this is the story of some of the young people they know and live among in Beirut. Executive producer (IBT) ANTHONY ISAACS
Executive producer (BBC) PAUL HAMANN
Produced and directed by MAI MASRI and JEAN CHAMOUN
An INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING TRUST production for BBCtv
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by JOHN ESMONDE and BOB LARBEY starring Richard Briers
Felicity Kendal and Penelope Keith with Paul Eddington and featuring Tony Selby The Weaker Sex?
While thing are starting to happen in Tom's garden, Barbara finds dubious reward as some of the work is both tiring and boring.
Designer PAUL MUNTING
Producer JOHN HOWARD DAVIES (R)
Directed by JOHN BURROWES Producer JON PLOWMAN followed by Weather
Steve Rider introduces the live coverage from Seoul on the day when medals are decided in the three-day event and men's gymnastics. Timetable*
12.00 Swimming/Cycling/ Modern Pentathlon
6.00am Three-Day Event/ Rowing
*Timings subject to alteration
Today's heats are:
Women's 400m freestyle Men's 100m freestyle
Women's 100m backstroke Men's 200m backstroke and Women's 4 x 100m freestyle relay. Cycling
Semi-finals of the 4,000m individual pursuit.
Commentator HUGH PORTER Modern Pentathlon
The 4,000m cross-country race is the last of the five disciplines, and will suit
RICHARD PHELPS - he was top scorer in Los Angeles. But it's the points gathered on all five days which will decide whether Britain can clinch a team medal this time.
Commentator STUART STOREY
The men's individual all-round final.
Commentator BARRY DAVIES
The show jumping final. Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD and LUCINDA GREEN
Semi-finals day for men and women on the Han River.
GERALD SINSTADT and CHRIS BAILLIEU