with Frank Bough and Selina Scott
Including this morning:
Zoe's View: Breakfast Time's teenage correspondent
Zoe Brown files her latest report; Glynn Christian cooks up another morning recipe;
Richard Smith takes your medical calls on his topic of the week, dial
[number removed], and Russell Grant takes his first look at the stars for 1986
Hobo befriends an old-time singing star and helps her find a new career.
The gang from Cardiff show you how to draw cartoons, and find out about scuba diving in a swimming pool.
The Fox comes up to scratch when Horace loses his performing flea.
with Bill Hartston
Stalemate and perpetual check are the themes for this programme about chess draws.
by Oliver Postgate
Story told by Olwen Griffiths Anthony Jackson and Oliver Postgate
Penguins, penguins on parade Dressed in black and white Presenter Carol Leader Guest Stuart McGugan
Story: A House Built of Snow by JEAN MCKENZIE
and Diana Prince
The Girl from Ilandia A young girl is found unconscious on a raft and although Wonder Woman recognises her strange jewellery, she is not the only one who is aware of its significance.... (R)
The third of four programmes
Another chance to see highlights of the Montreux Rock Festival.
Presented by Noel Edmonds who also talks to the groups behind the scenes. Starring Agnetha, Depeche Mode, Dire Straits, Duran Duran, Go West, Huey Lewis and the News, Men at Work, Billy Ocean (R)
(Final programme tomorrow 11.40am)
with Frances Coverdale and Moira Stuart
News headlines with subtitles
12.50 Regional News
Weather News BILL GILES
Heart of Rock 'n' Roll (Part 2)
The beat goes on. Back to the Jones Beach Amphitheatre, New York, where the Kids from Fame stage a second special concert for their fans. Thrill to the 'battle of 60s styles' as Motown meets Malibu in a medley of soul and surf music; join in a celebration of Stevie Wonder's talent; take a not-too-distant trip down memory lane as the group remember some recent chart hits. Songs include: 'Good vibrations', 'Heard it through the grapevine', 'Superstition', 'Dancing in the dark', 'When doves cry' and 'Ghostbusters'. Written by KEN EHRUCH
Directed by WALTER C. MILLER
A See-Saw programme
with Chloe Ashcroft and Don Spencer
June Lockhart Nigel Bruce
As a young pup
Laddie showed no signs of ever emulating his brave parent. But when he and his master, Joe Carraclough, become trapped in Nazi territory the dog proves he has inherited all his mother's intelligence and courage. with Lassie and Laddie
Screenplay by JEANNE BARTLETT Produced bySAMUEL MARK Directed by S. SYLVAN SIMON
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3.52 Regional News
Tea Time Television
Scragtag makes some New
Year's resolutions this week, and he has a few for others as well. Whatever his resolutions are, make yours to tune in to T. T. V. where you can solve more Quizzicals and watch another edition of Top of the Mops.
Scragtag's assistant Marcus Kimber
Anna Nouncer Juliet Prague Music by MICHAEL OMER Produced by ROY MILAN ] Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Spotty goes on stage to be a conjuror's assistant and nearly loses his head.
by Richmal Crompton
Adapted and told by Martin Jarvis
William Brown is not on the best of terms with his Sunday School teacher Mr Solomon. So he decides to improve relations by helping out - as only William can - at the village Christmas parties.
A cartoon space adventure Ulysses' sleeping companions come to life again during a magnetic storm, but they now seem to be strangely different - and dangerous.
Phillip Schofield goes out of the studio to find out about children's programmes for 1986, and meets new friends, including a killer whale!
with Simon Groom
Janet Ellis and Peter Duncan Lend an Ear Stop Press!
The Lend an Ear Appeal is producing amazing results - if the Totaliser Target is reached today, deaf children and babies all over Britain will be able to borrow a Radio Hearing Aid from the Blue Peter Lending Library, and ten children will have Radio Hearing Aids of their very own. If you still have keys, coins or any scrap metal to spare, don't forget the Appeal Depot is staying open seven days a week at Market Way, Portsmouth, and Roadline will deliver all bulky parcels free of charge!
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Martin Mere, a boggy stretch of Lancashire, offers winter hospitality to huge numbers of Arctic ducks, geese and swans.
Eleven years ago this ancient mere had all but disappeared. Now the Wildfowl Trust have re-established the wetlands, and the birds have returned - a remarkable conservation success story.
Tony Soper and Roger Lovegrove review the highlights of their New Year's Day watching pink-footed geese, bewick's swans, whooper swans, ducks and waders. Cameraman IAN STACEY Technical co-ordinator
Director PAUL APPLEBY
Assistant producer ROBIN PRYTHERCH Producer JOHN DOBSON BBC Bristol
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
Regional Variations (2)
John Peel and Janice Long present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 2 January 1986. Featuring A-Ha, Paul McCartney, Level 42, Bronski Beat and Sophia George. Show more
by Bill Lyons.
'We're still your parents though, we still care about you. Don't forget that. You mustn't shut yourself off now we've found you again'.
with Judith Hann , Peter Macann , Maggie Philbin , and Howard Stableford
In a special New Year show Tomorrow's World travels through a time warp and emerges in 1886. What were the latest developments in science and technology just 100 years ago?
As we know now, it was quite a year. There was the new contraption which might prove more successful than the steam-driven horseless carriage. There were 'electric' waves which could travel from one side of the laboratory to the other. There was the new explosive answer to high speed photography. And there was a new patent tonic from
America with a secret recipe and a wonder ingredient.... Producer DANA PURVIS
Studio director NIGEL FINNIS Editor RICHARD REISZ
Bill Beaumont and Emlyn Hughes captain two teams of sporting celebrities, including from soccer, the England and Manchester United captain
Bryan Robson ; former world darts champion John Lowe - who'll be chasing his second world title in two days time; cricket's England and Middlesex spin bowler
John Emburey ; and athlete Veronique Marot , Britain's fastest ever lady marathon runner.
David Coleman questions their knowledge of the faces, facts and feats, reviving memories of the greatest - and the funniest - moments in sport.
Director JOHN TAIT
Producer MIKE ADLEY BBC Manchester
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with Julia Somerville and John Humphrys
Jade and David are 15 and 17 and deeply in love. Jade's bohemian family welcomes David until the intensity of the affair takes its toll on her and they are forbidden to see each other. David's desperate attempt to regain the family's respect goes terribly wrong and begins a chain of tragic events that must surely finish their 'endless love'.
This bittersweet tale features the highly successful song performed by Diana Ross and Lionel Richie.
Screenplay by JUDITH RASCOE
Based on a novel by SCOTT SPENCER Produced by DYSON LOVELL
Directed by FRANCO ZEFFIRELU
(First showing on British television)
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Partners and friends - two young cops find themselves on the line in the deadly world of crime.
A special two-part story starring and Targets Without a Badge Parti
Starsky and Hutch arrest two showgirls operating a drugs run to Los Angeles and crack open a scandal leading to very high places. The cops want their man who, in turn, takes every step to protect himself - but those in the middle are liable to get hurt....
Written by RICK KELBAUGH
Directed by EARL BELLAMY (R) (Part 2 tomorrow at 11.0pm)