in Slightly at Sea.
Edgar wins a boat as salesman of the month but his dreams of a quiet holiday are shattered when the family decides to come too. Directed by HARRY D'ARCY
An RKO film
with John Stapleton and Jeremy Paxman.
National and international news and analysis on the hour and half-hour read by Jill Dando.
The latest sports news from Sally Jones.
Weather forecasts from Francis Wilson at 7.25,
7.55, and 8.25.
Regional news and travel updates at 7.27, 7.57 and 8.27. Reports from
BILL NEELY , ANITA FINDLEY RORY CELLAN JONES
BILL TURNBULL and CAROLINE RIGHTON.
Weather followed by Open Air
Eamonn Holmes and Mike Shaft are in the studio to take your calls on last night's television.
Natalie Anglesey is out and about in Bristol.
with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
Lively and topical discussion on the subjects you are talking about.
Weather followed by Going for Gold
Andy Crane - starting with Playbus
The Dot Stop
Dotty Dot is dotty about dots. Today there are eight to tot.
Storyteller lain Lauchlan. Story
Mr McQuaver's Handkerchief by ROBIN HALDANE. Music PAUL READE
Director JOHN PROWSE
Paddington Goes Underground by MICHAEL BOND. Narrated by Michael Hordem.
Music by HERBERT CHAPPELL
Animated and directed by IVOR WOOD (R)
with Amanda Redman Producer RALPH ROLLS
A FORGE PRODUCTION LTD programme for BBCtv
Weather followed by Open Air
Susan Rae , Eamonn Holmes and Mike Shaft put your questions and comments to the programme makers. Natalie Anglesey is in Bristol. Ring them on [number removed].
Weather followed by Daytime Live from Pebble Mill with Alan Titchmarsh and Judi Spiers.
Fifty minutes of conversation and music, including more of your Kitchen Calamities solved by Glynn Christian.
with Philip Hayton Weather BILL GILES
Henry brings home his new girlfriend who proves to be a jolly good laugh.
Written by C. V. SCHOFIELD Directed by PAUL MOLONEY
Hosted by Henry Kelly. Join the five remaining contestants as they compete for a place in this week's heat final. Answers: saq t
starring with Uncharted Territory
Val becomes a character from one of her novels. Karen's condition gets worse. Mack continues his investigation of the Tidal Basin murders. Written by JOYCE KEENER
Directed by NICHOLAS SGARRO
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Dopey Dick the Pink Whale Trees a Crowd
Andy Crane - starting with Two by Two
Presented by Jenny Powell. Winter, spring, summer, autumn - there's always something to do, whether like Jenny you're out on a chilly Scottish moor hoeing rows of early cabbages, or sunning yourself on a blade of grass, if you're ladybird-sized!
Songs written and performed by Derek Griffiths.
Series producer JANE TARLETON Producer ANNE DENEHY
When things start to go missing at the Rangers' HQ, Lassie suspects some monkey business.
The last in the series presented by Tony Hart , Margot Wilson and Joanna Kirk.
Shapes and Mechanics.
The little hen sees double as she pecks at the seeds, a cardboard rocket travels by Concorde to take its place with the exhibits and a luxury limousine is in the pink as it takes shape.
But why is everyone looking so deflated?
Assistant producer FIONA SHORE Producer CHRISTOPHER TANDY % CEEFAX SUBTITLES
reporting direct to children about what's going on around the world.
by ROBERT WESTALL. A ghost story in three episodes, dramatised by WILLIAM CORLETT.
Anne, miserable and rebellious at her parents' recent separation, finds herself drawn to the Watch House, the home of the Garmouth Life Brigade. Something, or someone, is trying to reach her.
But what do they want?
Music by RODNEY NEWTON Designer BOB HUTTON
Executive producer PAUL STONE Producer BRENDA ENNIS Director IAN KEILL BBC Newcastle
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with Nicholas WitcheU and Philip Hayton
London Plus, Spotlight Points West, Look East
Look North, South Today North West Tonight Midlands Today
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
Join Terry and his guests. Director TOM CORCORAN Producers
GRAHAM OWENS , JANE O'BRIEN Series producer PETER WEIL
by Kevin Clarke
Starring Sylvester McCoy
The final episode of this special three-part silver anniversary adventure. Ace is in a battle to the death with the Cyberman while the Doctor tries to restore Nemesis to where it belongs...
Visual effects designer:
with The Blind Man by JOHN FOSTER.
An anonymous phone call warns Rockliffe that a blind farm owner is about to be murdered. And then his daughter wants to meet the new girlfriend....
Designer RICHARD MCMANAN SMITH Script editor RUTH BAUMGARTEN Director RON CRADDOCK
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with Anne Robinson Producer WARWICK CROSS Please send letters to: Points of View, BBCto Centre.
London W12 8QT.
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with Michael Buerk
Regional News; Weather
with Desmond Wilcox. The Boy David
The first of two programmes The Years of Courage
He is the little Campa Indian boy who captured the hearts of the nation when his story was told on TV five years ago. He also captured the hearts of the surgeon who rebuilt his face and the surgeon's wife, Marjorie, who became his mother and helped him build a new life in America. David was found by Ian Jackson , the distinguished plastic surgeon from Scotland, virtually abandoned in a hospital in Lima, Peru. The centre of his face had been destroyed by disease. Ian began, first in Scotland then in the Mayo Clinic Rochester, Minnesota, the near impossible task of using bits of David's own body to reconstruct a face.
Marjorie began a search for David's roots, which meant trekking through the Amazonian jungle and a desperate fight to adopt the boy they wanted to protect and had learned to love.
This week The Visit reminds you how the story began.
Assistant producer JAN RIDDELL Director ALEX MCCALL
Producer DESMOND WILCOX BBC Scotland
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Introduced by Steve Rider. Six-a-Side Football from Manchester.
It's finals night in the Guinness Soccer Six with the seeded teams - League champions Liverpool,
FA Cup winners Wimbledon and the 1987 Soccer Six champions Nottingham
Forest - being joined by the winning clubs from the last three nights at the G-Mex Centre. There's goalmouth action as the teams battle for the lion's share of the prize money which totals more than £250,000.
Commentators JOHN MOTSON and TONY GUBBA.
Plus the rest of the sporting news including Hearts' progress in the UEFA Cup third round.
Football JOHN SHREWSBURY Assistant editor GRAHAM FRY Producer CHARLES BALCHIN Editor JOHN ROWLINSON