starts your day with news, sport, weather and travel - available to all viewers whether or not they have teletext sets.
Frank Bough and Debbie Greenwood 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 this morning:
Lynn Faulds Wood with news and reports from the Consumer Unit; Mike Smith with the latest pop news and Russell Grant with a guide to what the stars have in store for you today.
' There's another world just starting to begin
Presenter Brian Jameson Guests Sarah Long Cleo Sylvester Peter Pettinger
Story: Quiet Please by JUDY WHITFIELD (R)
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale
News Headlines with subtitles
12.55 Regional News
Weather News IAN MCCASKILL
with Magnus Magnusson and Marian Foster
Today, pottery and porcelain expert Marianne Morrish starts a new series on how to restore that much-loved family treasure, be it Aunty's coronation mug or a fine piece of Staffordshire pottery. Meanwhile
Magnus Magnusson continues his journey through the land of his birth - Iceland. Editor PETER HERCOMBE BBC Pebble Mill
A See-Saw programme
There are many noises to be heard in Pigeon Street.
With the voices of George Layton and John Telfer
Six programmes on how micro-technology can help disabled people to live more independent lives. 4: Getting About
Talking bus stops; wheelchairs that climb kerbs, that raise and lower or that can be operated by two switches - the versatile chip is the key to all these. It can also improve muscle-control and help the disabled to learn to drive.
Producer ANNA JACKSON
Director CATHERINE ROBINS (R)
For fully illustrated booklet send large sae with 28p stamp to: [address removed].
Queries about any aspect of disability andmicro-technologywillbedealt with if you write to the above address.
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A weekly magazine for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. News, views and entertainment with sign language and subtitles.
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3.52 Regional News
with Stuart Bradley
What flies south in formation?
What prickles or tickles?
What is green with suckers on its toes?
Find out on the Caterpillar Trail.
Michael Hordern tells Just So Stories by RUDYARD KIPLING
The Crab that Played with the Sea
Animated by SHEILA GRABER
The Green Goblin tries to reveal the secrets of Spider-Man's true identity.
with Paul Jones
Who will be today's winner? Will he or she have enough points for next week's
Champion of Champions? Devised by CLIVE DOIG
Producer ALAN RUSSELL
Book, £1.25 from booksellers
with Paul McDowell
Book, And Finally - Funny Stories from John Craven's Newsround, Â£1.25 from booksellers
with Simon Groom, Janet Ellis and Peter Duncan
In the early 20s a young American cycled through the Kent countryside and fell in love with a stately home. Thirty years later and a millionaire, Mr Charles
Henry Robinson discovered the house of his dreams was for sale. Simon reports on the incredible story of the quiet American who gave the National Trust a treasure to be enjoyed by the people of Britain forever.
Assistant editor LEWIS BRONZE Editor BIDDY BAXTER Blue Peter 22nd Book, ÃƒÂ‚Ã‚Â£3.25 from booksellers
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with Angela Rippon
Masterteam is a knockout team quiz with contestants from all over the country competing for the title of Masterteam of 1985. Rounds of general knowledge questions, Spotlight rounds and In a Spin sort out the 'Masters' from the rest. Can you beat the teams when they are put In a Spin? How good is your knowledge of cinema, pop music or current affairs? They are just a few of the categories to choose from when individual members of the teams are put under the Spotlight.
Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell present the latest news 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
Another pan-galactic collection of stars gather in Shepherd's Bush for the Monday maelstrom live from the Television Theatre. Director GEOFF MILES
Producer JON PLOWMAN
Series producer FRANCES WHITAKER
Paul Michael Glaser as Starsky and David Soul as Hutch Starsky 's Little Brother
A sharp dresser and a great ladies' man - Nick Starsky arrives in town for a happy reunion with his brother.
Occupied with trying to break a major counterfeit racket, the last thing Dave wants is to deal,with family problems, but Nick seems to be making some very questionable contacts....
Directed by ARTHUR MARKS (R)
Regional Variations (2)
Classic sitcom set in occupied France. Edith continues to gallivant around the village in search of a new husband. Show more
Julia Somerville and John Humphrys present the day's news with BBC teams at home and abroad
A weekly window on life in Britain and around the world through the eyes of some of television's top reporters:
FRED EMERY. ROBERT HARRIS
GAVIN HEWITT , MARGARET JAY
TOM MANGOLD , PETER TAYLOR
Editor DAVID DICKINSON
I The first of four films starring one of Britain's most powerful screen actors, with Katherine Ross
Ace TV reporter
Patrick Hale stumbles on a deadly nuclear arms dealing plot while on an assignment in Hagreb, north Africa. His investigations uncover a trail of double-talk and double-think linking international terrorists, the CIA and the world's most powerful politicians. Before long Hale is racing to meet the most important deadline of his, or anybody else's, career....
Written, produced and directed by RICHARD BROOKS
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