Yabba dabba doo! Roll on down to Bedrock.
Ten Little Flintstones (R)
with Nicholas Witchell and Laurie Mayer. eCEEFAX BREAKFAST SERVICE: call up page 400 on teletext
8.55am Regional News and Weather
Weather followed by Open Air
Eamonn Holmes and Jayne Irving take your calls on [number removed]and Roy Sheppard is out and about with the roving camera.
Join Robert Kilroy-Silk for the talk show where the audience do the talking.
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Weather followed by Going for Gold
introduced by Simon Parkin - starting with stops today at The Dot Stop.
Something in air,
Something on earth, Something in water, Something on fire. Let today's story be in air!
Storyteller: Mark Sendell. Music PAUL READE and LIZ KITCHEN
Designer TONY LAWRENCE Producer MICHAEL COLE
The adventures of the family of monsters that live in Loch Ness and their two friends Elspeth and Angus.
Ferocious-Ness Loses His Roar (R)
with Freddie Jones.
Weather followed by Open Air presented by Eamonn Holmes and Jayne Irving with reporter Roy Sheppard.
Today's programme includes A Day in the Life of.... featuring a TV personality.
Ring [number removed]if you have questions or comments on television issues. Producer DON JONES
Weather followed by Daytime Live
The lunchtime magazine live from Pebble Mill.
Today join Brian Turner to launch the Campaign for Great British Food. With Andy Craig and Judi Spiers. Editor SIMON SHAW
12.55pm Regional News and Weather
with Philip Hayton.
Weather Michael Fish
Nick's first day at work goes with a bang!
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hosted by Henry Kelly. Join this week's five remaining European contestants.
A Little Assistance
Laura gives herself a welcome home party.
Abby has a dirty trick up her sleeve to keep control of Empire Valley and Karen invites a surprise guest home for dinner.
Written by MELANIE MINTZ
Directed by ROY CAMPANELLA JR
The topical magazine that focuses on experience and the more mature viewer.
Hosted by David Jacobs with Miriam O'Callaghan and Sheila McClennon. Producers ANTHONY CHERRY and MIRIAM O'CALLAGHAN
introduced by Andy Crane - starting with
What's the best thing to do when you're shivering in snow and ice? Jenny tries to warm up with a snowball fight, but animals are more sensible. Some hibernate while others have thick fur coats and live in deep burrows.
Presented by Jenny Powell. Songs written and performed by DEREK GRIFFITHS
Series producer JANE TARLETON Producer ANNE DENEHY
Save the Last Trance for Me
Cat Burglar Heathcliff and Lucky's Unlucky Day
Light and Lighting
A new and inventive approach to picture making, with Tony Hart and Margot Wilson.
Assistant producer AMANDA GABBTTAS Producer CHRISTOPHER TANDY
•GALLERY: if you are 15 or under and would like to send a picture to the Gallery, send your entries to
Hartbeat, BBCtv, London W3 SXZ.
There will be a prize for any that are shown if you put your name, age and address on the back. Sorry. but pictures cannot be returned.
by Adele Rose.
2:'Byker Grove!What sort of place is that?' Donna is furious when her dad accuses kids from Byker Grove of stealing motorbikes. But he's right.... and Gill's joy ride leads to a bloody nose.
Lighting director LAIN DAVIDSON Designer BOB HUTTON
Executive producer ANDREA WONFOR Produced and directed by MATTHEW ROBINSON
A Zenith North production for BBCtv
with Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey.
Weather John Kettley
Last in a four-part adventure by Ian Briggs
The final moves in a chess game that's been going on for 2,000 years. Even if he wins, the Doctor may lose.
The Other Woman by John Collee.
When Charlie discovers the body of Graham Hawkesworth , Jim is in a difficult position as his investigations into the death seem to lead inescapably to one conclusion and to one particular suspect.
Series created by ROBERT BANKS STEWART Directed by PETER ELUS
Produced by GEORGE GALLACCIO (R) e BOOK: 'Bergerac's Jersey'. John Nettles offers a fascinating guide for the visitor and armchair traveller to the 'hidden Jersey', off the beaten track and beyond the view of the casual tourist. Available from bookshops, price £12.95. eCEEFAX SUBTITLES
Det Sgt Bergerac:
Anne Robinson highlights some more of your comments and criticisms.
Producer HELEN GARTELL e WRITE TO: Points of View, BBCtv Centre. London W12 SQT e RADIO TIMES LETTERS: page 99 •ANNE ROBINSON 'S KIND OF DAY: page 114
Martyn Lewis presents the latest news with teams of BBC reporters in Britain and around the world. Regional News Weather
A seven-part documentary entertainment, in which actor and writer
Michael Palin attempts to emulate the achievement and adventures of the late Phileas Fogg.
6: Far East and Farther East Day 48: Michael sails out of Shanghai bound for
Yokohama on a mysteriously empty Chinese ferry.
Despite his best efforts he's still ten days behind his fictional rival.
The Pacific represents his last chance to stay in the race. Everything depends on a quick crossing.
After a hilarious night out in fun-filled Tokyo, Michael finds a vessel which will take him to California in ten days, or is it 11? During his second 21 November, he finds that crossing the International Date Line is something the circumnavigator does at considerable peril....
Film cameraman NIGEL WALTERS Film editor JONATHAN ROWDON Directors CLEM VALLANCE and ROGER MILLS e BOOK: Around the World in 80 Days: BBC Books, £15.00.
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introduced by Steve Rider. International Football
Highlights of a busy night including England's important friendly at
Wembley against next year's World Cup hosts Italy.
England are already through to the finals, and they should be joined tonight by Scotland and the Republic of Ireland, who play Norway and Malta respectively.
Barry Davies. Football
The Story of the World Cup Part 3.
John Motson recalls the year when Geoff Hurst and England stood on top of the world.
The 1966 finals also featured the artistry of Beckenbauer and Eusebio, the surprising North Koreans, and the eclipse of Italy and Brazil. Television presentation
Football JOHN SHREWSBURY Producer VIVIEN KENT
Editor JOHN ROWLINSON
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starring and The Big Brothers
When Felix volunteers on behalf of Oscar and himself to take care of a small boy, he sees a golden opportunity to widen the youngster's cultural horizons.
But can he rely on Oscar to be a suitable role model?
Written by PEGGY GRANT and BRUCE MANSFIELD
Directed by BRUCE BILSON