starts your day with half-an-hour of news, sport, weather and travel available to all viewers, whether or not they have teletext sets.
Frank Bough and Selina Scott are the Breakfast Time hosts to people and personalities making the headlines.
News with Andrew Harvey on Monday, Debbie Rix Tuesday to Friday: 6.30, 7.0, 7.30, 8.0, 8.30 with headlines on every quarter hour
Weather with Francis Wilson :
6.31, 6.57, 7.27, 7.57, 8.27
Sport with David Icke : 6.43, 7.18,
Regional News, weather and traffic:
6.45, 7.15, 7.45, 8.15
Getting Britain Fit with Diana Moran between 6.45 and 7.0
Tonight's TV between 7.15 and 7.30 Review of the Papers: 7.32, 8.32
Your Stars with Russell Grant between 8.30 and 8.45 Plus today:
Family Finance with Alison Mitchell between 6.45 and 7.0
Food and Cooking with Glynn Christian between 8.45 and 9.0
CHRIS HARRIS takes to the road with his pink caravan and Dennis the talking parrot.
Today: the glamour and thrills of International Grass Ski-ing at Butser Hill as the British Under-18 team takes on Europe; sun, fun and spectacle at the Country Fair; and the irrepressible Lil joins a group of young people who work and study at an Iron Age farm.
Film editor STEVE HOLDSWORTH Producer PATRICK TAGGART
with Tony Aitken
The Eggbox Brontosaurus by MICHAEL DENTON
Prince Rudolph wanted to build a life-size model of a brontosaurus, made entirely out of eggboxes. He had, however, only collected two, so a royal eggbox quest involving danger and mystery was the only answer.
1: Two Down, 249,998 to Go
Introduced by Tony Hart
Your ideas, games and activities presented by the children of the Scottish Why Don't You .. ? gang.
Producer CATHERINE MCFARLANE
Executive producer MOLLY COX
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v New Zealand from Headingley
PETER WEST introduces coverage of the whole of this morning's play.
RICHIE BENAUD , JIM LAKER
TOM GRAVENEY , TED DEXTER
Television presentation FRED VINER and KEITH MACKENZIE Producer BILL TAYLOR
with Michael Cole , Vivien Creegor Weather BILL GILES
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
A See-Saw programme With FRED HARRIS
Music PETER GOSLING
Designer MARY PENLEY-EDWARDS Producer MICHAEL COLE
PETER WEST introduces coverage of this afternoon's play on the fourth day of the Second Test.
A cartoon series
Scooby and the gang go ski-ing and find a ghost.
A serial in five episodes
The gang are in great danger as they look for Johnny in the old mansion.
A D'Angelo/Bullock/Allen production
written by MAURICE DODD featuring
LEONARD ROSSITER as 'Boot'
With JUDY BENNETT , SHEILA STEAFEL and PETER HAWKINS
with Moira Stuart ; Weatherman
Presented by Sue
Cook Laurie Mayer and Fran Morrison with reporters SUSANNAH GREENBERG and MAGGIE NELSON. MICHAEL WALE is at the South East sports desk.
In its final week, Britain's most popular current affairs programme looks back over 14 years on your screens with some former presenters.
FIONA CHESTERTON , MICHAEL HOGAN
Deputy editors PHILIP HARDING , IAN SQUIRES Editor ROGER BOLTON
Way of the Willow
Narrated by Robert Powell
Thriving on the boggy wetlands of the Somerset Levels, the willow is an old and familiar landmark in that ancient part of Britain. It offers support and shelter to the many animals that share the marshland-not least, the people who live on Sedgemoor.
Adapted from a film by JOHN KING
Written and presented by DEREK ANDERSON BBC Bristol
Book: Wildlife Through the Camera. £10.25 from booksellers
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
is a millionaire from Texas who makes money like most people make hay and who - by way of relaxation - is also a private eye. starring
A Deadly Parlay
The evidence seems complete when the diary of a champion jockey is found to name her own murderer - Matt Houston. Written by SKIP WEBSTER
Directed by CHARLES PICERNI
The Whole Truth
A key witness at most murder trials is the scientific detective - the explosives expert or the pathologist who's done the post mortem on the body.
The expert evidence is often the decisive factor in deciding guilt or innocence. But how impartial are the experts? Does the present legal system make it hard for them to tell the whole truth? Are the experts just making a case for the defence or prosecution? One eminent QC tells Panorama : ' A criminal trial is not an objective search for the truth'.
Margaret Jay reports on the doubts surrounding scientific evidence and looks at the case of people convicted on the word of unreliable experts.
Producer CHRIS OXLEY
Deputy editor ANDREW CLAYTON Editor GEORGE CAREY
with Frances Coverdale and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman
Dennis Weaver , Susan Sullivan
' What you are about to see is a true story.' Dr Samuel Mudd unknowingly helped the injured assassin of President Lincoln - an actor named John Wilkes Booth. In the frantic aftermath to the murder Mudd was arrested and sentenced to life imprisonment on Shark's Island - a notorious penitentiary run by the authority. His incredible ordeal and the attempt by his lawyer and wife to save him from a living death form the story of this made-for-television feature.
Written and produced by DOUGLAS SCHWARTZ and MICHAEL BERK Directed by PAUL WENDKOS
(First showing on British television) Films: page 12