starts your day with news, sport, weather and travel - available to all viewers.
Selina Scott and Nick Ross with a Monday morning mix of news, comment and guests. Timetable:
News on the hour and half hour read by Sue Carpenter
Weather with Francis Wilson at 6.55, 7.25, 7.55, 8.25, 8.55
News, weather and travel from local BBC studios at
6.57, 7.27, 7.57, 8.27
Sports news at 7.20 and 8.20 Including:
Lynn Faulds Wood with news and reports from the consumer unit; the latest pop news from Mike Smith and Russell Grant with a guide to what the stars have in store for you today.
9.20 Pages from Ceefax
Presenter Elizabeth Millbank Guest Ben BazeU
Story: No Milk for Breakfast by MARTIN FISHER (R)
10.50 Pages from Ceefax
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale
News Headlines with subtitles
12.55 Regional News
Weather News BILL GILES
Pebble Mill meets the popular singer Lulu who has experienced a 20-year successful career and is currently enjoying a new phase as a stage actress with the production Guys and Dolls. She tells her story in her autobiography Lulu. Magnus Magnusson gives a further fascinating glimpse into his birthplace, Iceland. For anyone fighting the coming of old age, health expert Leslie Kenton gives sound advice on reversing the process of ageing.
Editor PETER HERCOMBE BBC Pebble Mill
A See-Saw programme
Gerald gets a football for his birthday. Reg, Mr Jupiter, Mr Baskerville and Watson join him for a game on the green. With the voices of George Layton and John Telfer
Six programmes on how micro-technology can help disabled people to live more independent lives. 3: Learning
Good computer programs can stimulate and reward those with learning difficulties, and a combination of hardware, good programs and special switches can enable severely physically handicapped children to learn.
Film editor PETER ESSEX
Producer ANNA JACKSON (R)
For fully illustrated booklet send large sae with 28p stamp to: [address removed].
Queries about any aspect of disability and micro-technology will be dealt with if you write to the above address.
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
The first of 19 weekly magazines for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.
A BBC video of a selection of favourite hymns introduced by Geoffrey Wheeler : BBC/B 8500 from retailers
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with Stuart Bradley
What might you spot in a church porch in Sussex or walking on the dunes in South Wales? Join Caterpillar Trail and find out.
Michael Hordern tells
Just So Stories by RUDYARD KIPLING The Beginning of the Armadilloes
Animated by SHEILA GRABER
Aunt May goes to the circus and gets mixed up in a gold robbery.
with Paul Jones
Can Mr Wallin from
Cambridge be defeated? Paul Jones asks him more lateral thinking questions this afternoon.
Devised by CLIVE DOIG
with Paul McDowell
with Simon Groom, Janet Ellis and Peter Duncan
Four-legged Aristocrats! How do 24 of the world's most famous horses travel from Vienna to London? Simon finds out when he joins their special train and boat and reports on the arrival of the royal Lipizzaners.
Blue Peter 22nd Book. Â£3.25 from booksellers
with Angela Rippon
The first of the knockout team quizzes to find the Masterteam of 1985. How good are you on topics like sport, television, pop music, food and drink and literature? These are a few of the subjects selected when individual members of the teams are put under the Spotlight. Also, there are fast general knowledge rounds of questions called Team Challenge, and have pencil and paper to the ready in order to try and beat the teams when they are put In a Spin. Teams who work together and play together come from all over the UK to compete for the title.
(Next programme tomorrow at 5.35 pm)
Feature: page 12
Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey present the latest pictures, stories and events of the day from Britain and around the world followed by Weather News
Jeremy Paxman brings you tonight's headlines and tomorrow's talking points. The London Plus reporters are with the people making the news. Plus sport with MICHAEL WALE and the stars and stories from the world of entertainment.
Producer DAVID STANFORD
South East editor PHILIP HARDING
Is Terry the 20th-century
Sisyphus, struggling away on Shepherd's Bush Green ? Director KEVIN BISHOP
Series producer FRANCES WHITAKER
Partners and friends - two young cops find themselves on the line in the deadly world of crime starring and The Groupie
The rag trade becomes nervous after a series of major robberies, the latest of which points to Melinda, a gorgeous fashion executive, as a prime suspect. In the most unlikely of undercover roles Hutch tries to find out her secrets - only to be threatened by a very peculiar obsession....
Written by ROBERT DELLINGER
Directed by NICK COLASANTO (R)
Regional Variations (2)
Wartime sitcom. Edith takes advantage of Rene's presumed demise to search for his will.
with Julia Somerville and John Humphrys Weather News
Regional Variations (2)
David Wickham interviews a cross section of black people about life in South Africa and their perceptions of change in the state. Show more
The last in a season of films starring one of Hollywood's biggest box office names, tonight with Jack Warden, Will Sampson.
An ageing Wild Bill Hickok is haunted by a recurring dream about a great white buffalo rampaging across a snowy landscape. Returning west to join the gold rush in the Black Hills, the legendary gunfighter becomes involved in an obsessive quest for the last white buffalo in the world.
(A season of films starring Sean Connery starts next Monday with "The Man with the Deadly Lens")
(Films: page 18)
The Rothmans Grand Prix Further coverage from The Hexagon, Reading.