The best of the overnight action in Seoul, introduced by Steve Rider , with summaries by - - David Icke at
6.30, 7.30 and 8.30.
There's live coverage of the closing stages of the show jumping section of the three-day event, and the men's hockey match between GREAT BRITAIN and WEST GERMANY.
News on the hour and half hour with regional headlines and weather at 6.55 and 7.55.
Weather followed by Olympic Grandstand
Bob Wilson and Sally Jones continue the story of day six featuring live swimming finals at 11.05.
The final of the 4,000m individual pursuit and the quarter-finals of the men's and women's 1,000m sprints. Gymnastics
Highlights of the men's all-round final.
Commentator BARRY DAVIES Three-Day Event
The outcome of today's show jumping section. Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD and LUCINDA GREEN Swimming
Commentators ALAN WEEKS and HAMILTON BLAND Weightlifting
Today's final is the 75kg or middleweight category in which Britain is represented by DEAN WILLEY and RICHARD CHAPLIN.
Commentator JIM NEILLY
The best match from today's singles programme.
Commentators DAN MASKELL
JOHN BARRETT and GERALD WILLIAMS including at
10.00am News and Weather
Andy Crane - starting with Play School
Presenters Sheelagh Gilbey
Wayne Jackman , Jane Hardy Story:
The Queen Who Couldn't Sleep by MALCOLM CARRICK (R)
Tomato Ketchup written by MAURICE DODD featuring Leonard Rossiter as Boot (R)
with Dora Bryan
Weather followed by Olympic Grandstand
Swimming is the featured sport as Bob Wilson and Sally Jones introduce coverage of five finals:
Women's 400m freestyle Men's 100m freestyle
Women's 100m backstroke Men's 200m backstroke Women's 4 x 100m freestyle relay.
Commentators ALAN WEEKS and HAMILTON BLAND
(Olympic coverage continues at
2.15pm on BBC2) including at
12.00 News and Weather
with Michael Buerk
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
Lucy has returned from
Europe a different person. The police have released
Henry but does that mean he is innocent?
Written by CHRIS MCCOURT
Directed by KENDAL FLANAGAN (For cast see page 65. Repeated at 5,35pm)
Stewart Granger George Sanders Joan Greenwood and Young
John Mohune arrives at the village of Moonfleet after his mother's death, searching for Jeremy Fox - the man she had loved. But the boy discovers that Fox, ostensibly a foppish rake, is really the leader of a gang of smugglers.
Fritz Lang 's stylish version of the famous Dorsetshire adventure story is a highly atmospheric melodrama, shot on beautiful locations.
Screenplay by JAN LUSTIG and MARGARET FITTS Based on the novel by J. MEADE FALKNER
Produced by JOHN HOUSEMAN Directed by FRITZ LANG
0 FILMS: page 42
Leeds(0532)[number removed]The last of the series
John Thirlwell introduces your daytime gardening forum. Air your gardening problems live by phone to Geoffrey Smith and Stefan Buczacki.
Ring in with your question before 2.30pm.
Gardening adviser DAPHNE LEDWARD Director ANN BROCKWELL Producer MARCEL GUILLOU BBC Leeds
Details on Ceefar page 187.
Send competition entries and factsheet requests to:
[address removed] 75p per factsheet or £3.50 for full series. Cheques made payable to
Broadcasting Support Services.
Andy Crane - starting with Bertha
The Tea Nurse (R)
Presented by Bruno Brookes Did you solve yesterday's cliffhanger? If not Bruno's giving the answer today and you'll have all weekend to think about the latest one he's picked out for you. So don't miss it!
with John Craven Roger Finn and Terry Baddoo
with Mark Curry Caron Keating and Yvette Fielding
Personal Pinboards: If you've been bored all summer, here's the moment you've been waiting for! The magic fingers of Caron Keating will create an attractive pinboard to brighten up your room.
Nicholas Witchell and Philip Hayton present the day's news at home and abroad.
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
with Desmond Lynam
Highlights of today's programme of sport in Seoul.
How the medals were allotted after today's show jumping section.
Highlights of five finals, including the 'blue riband' event, the men's 100m freestyle, won in the past by MARK SPITZ. DON SCHOLLANDER and JOHNNY WEISSMULLER.
A tearful KOJI GUSHIKEN won the all-round gold in Los Angeles, but the Soviet Union, whose men won all three medals at last year's world championships, seem destined to regain the title this time. Hockey
Action from today's crucial match between Great Britain and West Germany, with the British seeking revenge for defeat in the 1984 Olympic semi-final.
The final of the 4,000m individual pursuit, and the race-off for the bronze medal between the two beaten semi-finalists.
Medals were also decided today in weightlifting, women's fencing, wrestling and shooting, where Britain's
MALCOLM COOPER was defending his title in the small-bore rifle - three positions - event.
by CHARLIE HUMPHREYS
'1 can't think of anywhere romantic you can get to on your bus passes.'
Devised by TONY HOLLAND and JULIA SMITH
Series designer KEITH HARRIS Story editor BILL LYONS
Series script editor JOHN MAYNARD Producer MIKE GIBBON
Series producer JULIA SMITH Director WILLIAM SLATER
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Introduced by Nicky Campbell and Andy Crane
A simultaneous broadcast with Radio 1. Viewers served by Radio 1's FM stereo transmitters may wish to turn off TV sound and position their speakers on either side of the screen, but a few feet away. Stereo headphones provide a suitable alternative.
with Martyn Lewis and Philip Hayton Regional News and Weather
Second of a six-part series starring written by ANDREW NICKOLDS and STAN HEY
'This must be a mistake, right? Geezers getting money out of banks with no questions asked and no nylon tights over their heads! I'd better check this out. Not that Delbert Wilkins needs dosh, of course ... especially when it's Winston asking for it!' with TREVA ETIENNE
Music JOE DWORNIAK
Camera supervisor JOHN DAILLEY Videotape editor MYKOLA PAWLUK Lighting GRAHAM RIMMINGTON Designer GRAHAM LOUGH Produced and directed by GEOFF POSNER
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with Sir Robin Day
As the political year begins with the start of the Party
Conferences, Question Time returns to give the general public their weekly opportunity to join the debate with those in power, those who seek it and those who influence events. And, at the start of Question Time's tenth season, Sir Robin Day will be at the Greenwood Theatre in London with Alan Beith , MP Baroness Blackstone
The Rt Hon Kenneth Clarke , mp The Rt Hon Dr David Owen , MP Director ANN MORLEY
Producer ANNA CARRAGHER Editor BARBARA MAXWELL
by JOHN ESMONDE and BOB LARBEY Pig's Lib starring Richard Briers Felicity Kendal and Penelope Keith with Paul Eddington and featuring
Robert Gillespie (R) followed by Weather
Steve Rider introduces live action from Seoul on the day when athletics gets underway, and the women's individual gymnastics title is decided. Timetable*
6.15am Hockey/Swimming * Timings subject to alteration Athletics
12.00 Heptathlon 100m hurdles
12.30am Start of women's marathon, where Britain is represented by SUSAN TOOBY , ANGELA PAIN and SUE CREHAN
12.50am Men's 100m heats, With CARL LEWIS. BEN JOHNSON and LINFORD CHRISTIE
2.50am Marathon finish
4.25am Men's 100m second round
5.00am Men's 800m first round, the start for
STEVE CRAM. PETER ELLIOTT and TOM MCKEAN
5.40am Women's 3,000m heats
6.10am Men's 20km walk finish
DAVID COLEMAN , RON PICKERING STUART STOREY and BRENDAN FOSTER
KEVIN COSGROVE at trackside Gymnastics
Women's all-round title
Commentators BARRY DAVIES with MITCH FENNER Swimming
Men's 400m freestyle
Women's 100m butterfly Men's 200m breaststroke
Men's 4 x loom freestyle relay Women's 800m freestyle
Women's 100m breaststroke, in which Britain's MAGGIE
HOHMANN, at 32, competes in her third Olympics. Hockey
A tough task for Britain's women who, in their second match of the tournament, face the European champions, the Netherlands. Commentator