with Frank Bough and Selina Scott
Including this morning: Denise Robertson with Junior Advice Line for younger viewers at 7.32, joined an hour or so later by Sally Hawkins for their regular Advice Line phone-in; Titch's Pitch - -join
Alan Titchmarsh in his garden for seasonal advice;
Glynn Christian cooks up some more recipe ideas.
There were five in the bed, and the little one said, roll over, roll over
Presenter Brian Jameson
Guests Cleo Sylvester
Peter Pettinger , Don Lawson Story: One Night at a Time by SUSAN HILL Illustrated by VANESSA JULIAN OTTIE (R)
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale
News Headlines with subtitles
12.55 Regional News
Weather News IAN MCCASKILL
Another edition of the lively magazine programme with Magnus Magnusson , Marian Foster and Paul Coia.
Music from Matt Bianco
A See-Saw programme
Told by Ray Brooks (R)
Incest is not a subject people often talk about. Richard and Shirley are two people who believe this conspiracy of silence must be broken. They tell Claire how they were sexually abused by their father, and how they finally came to terms with the trauma of their childhood experiences. They describe the work of the Incest Crisis Line, and Claire talks to a past victim and the mother of an abused child who were both helped by the Line. Research MAGGIE WINKWORTH Director JOHN BROOKE (R)
0 INFO: page 93
The CIS Insurance UK
Indoor Singles Championship The second round begins this afternoon at the Guild Hall, Preston, as the leading players from England,
Ireland, Scotland and Wales do battle for one of the most important titles in the game. DAVID ICKE introduces coverage of the first three-set match from the portable rink in the Guild Hall.
by Eric Charles
Bertha has a faulty lever but Mrs Tupp comes to the rescue.
Narrator Roy Kinnear with Sheila Walker
A comedy cartoon with Dick Dastardly as the commander of the notorious Vulture
Squadron, sometimes helped by his companion, Muttley. Far Out Furlough (R)
with Paul Jones
Paul Jones will be asking more lateral-thinking
Questions this afternoon. Devised by CLIVE doig
Last of five programmes created and written by Bob Block
Miss Appleby is beamed back to the Voyager to collect her bicycle; Dinwiddy Snurdle is kidnapped by Murphy, who plans to robot nap Super Robot 35; Captain Pettifer gets a pie in the eye from Robots 7 and 20's comedy routine - that's show business!
A series of 18 programmes Episode 3 by DAVID ANGUS
Things go missing between the Upper and Lower Schools. Confusion reigns ... This week's cast:
Devised by PHIL REDMOND Producer BEN REA
Director MARGIE HARBOUR (R) * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Presented by Angela Rippon Tonight Glasgow send a team to compete for the title. How will they do against the opposition? Teams from all over the UK are using their speed, skill and wits to try and become the Masterteam.
with Sue Lawley and Nicholas WitcheU followed by Weather News
London Plus, Spotlight Points West, Look East
Look North, South Today North West Tonight Midlands Today
Eight pairs of squarish eyes will be smiling tonight as two families show how good they are at one of Britain's favourite spectator sports - watching the telly.
Put your feet up and join
Noel Edmonds as he proves that television, once seen, is never forgotten ... or is it? Production JOHN KING , JULIET MAY
by Michael Robartes.
'I name this child....'
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A second series in ten episodes
9: Windfall written by NEIL RUDYARD
Robby Box can no longer duck and dive away from the taxman. But when Debby's life is threatened, tax is the least of his problems.
Photography LAN HILTON Film editor JULIAN MILLER
Producer TERENCE WILLIAMS Director JEREMY SUMMERS
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Barry Took with your comments in the programme you help to write.
Producer PENELOPE MILLS
Please send letters to Barry Took. Points of View, BBC Television Centre, London W12 8QT
with Julia Somerville and Andrew Harvey Weather News
The Emmy Award-winning
Hot rocks and red faces fill the 14th Precinct when evidence from a jewel robbery is traced to the station.
Christine recognises the mark of audacity that can only belong to one man - debonair thief Albert Grand - but what game is the old fox playing this time?
Written by STEVE JOHNSON
Directed by ALEXANDER SINGER
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with Barry Norman
The Emerald Forest -
John Boorman directs his own son, Charley, in this story of a 7-year-old child who disappears into the Amazon jungle.
St Elmo's Fire - seven young men and women who are recent college graduates find their first year out of school fraught with problems. The young actors in this film are said to be the future stars of Hollywood.
Director BRUCE THOMPSON Producer JANE LUSH
The Fat of the Land
All the countries plagued with heart disease have this in common - their high consumption of fat. The
World Health Organisation has made quite specific recommendations. Yet the message has not been widely publicised in Britain and our agricultural policies result in large quantities of fat being sold to the consumer.
Dr Michael O'Donnell questions this complacency in view of the 170,000 deaths a year. Film editor PETER RINGSTED
Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY (R)
Presented by Sheila Walsh Top of the bill tonight is one of Britain's most popular singers, Alvin Stardust , who joins the London Community Gospel Choir to sing a 1940s chart-topping gospel song. Also tonight, singer Steve Taylor in concert in California. His songs criticise and satirise some of America's more bigoted
Christians. Plus six singing
' brothers from London, the Doyley Brothers; and Martyn Joseph from Wales.
Assistant producer ANN RICHARDSON Series producer JIM MURRAY (R)