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with Frank Bough and Selina Scott
Timetable:
News on the hour and half hour read by Sue Carpenter
Weather 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 The morning's papers reviewed at 8.37
Including this morning:
Zoe's View - Breakfast Time's teenage correspondent Zoe Brown files her latest report; Glynn Christian cooks up another early morning recipe; and Richard Smith takes your medical calls on [number removed]

Contributors

Presenter:
Frank Bough
Presenter:
Selina Scott
Newsreader:
Sue Carpenter
Reporter:
Zoe Brown
Expert:
Glynn Christian
Expert:
Richard Smith

Mixed-up music, the best sound that's around.
Story: "Patrick", written and illustrated by Quentin Blake

Contributors

Presenter:
Sheelagh Gilbey
Guest:
Andrew Secombe
Author/Ilustrator (Patrick):
Quentin Blake
Musical Director:
Richard Brown
Percussionist:
Alan Grahame
Violinist:
Steve Levine
Graphics:
Joanna Isles
Director:
Greg Childs
Producer:
Barbara Roddam
Editor:
Cynthia Felgate

with Bob Langley, Paul Coia and Josephine Buchan
No modern office is complete without a visual display screen, but some workers have been complaining of associated health problems. Today Pebble Mill at One examines the issues and dispels a few myths.

Jill Crawshaw looks at one of the fastest-growing areas of the travel industry, activity holidays, and music is by internationally acclaimed harp player Marisa Robles.
BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Presenter:
Bob Langley
Presenter:
Paul Coia
Presenter:
Josephine Buchan
Guest:
Jill Crawshaw Guest/Harp player: Marisa Robles.

A new story series starts on T.T.V. called Gurgle Eek.

There are also more ups and downs for Mr Hiccup and another set of Quizzicals to solve. All this is a bit distracting for Scragtag, who is in an artistic mood and painting a portrait of Tim.

Story: "Gurgle Who?" written and illustrated by Robin Kingsland

Contributors

Scragtag's Assistant:
Marcus Kimber
Anna Nouncer:
Juliet Prague
Author/Illustrator:
Robin Kingsland
Music By:
Michael Omer
Producer:
Roy Milani
Executive Producer:
Cynthia Felgate

with Simon Groom, Janet Ellis and Peter Duncan
Top Bosses! Today's the last day for posting your York Minster Bosses Competition entry. Six Blue Peter viewers will have their designs given pride of place in the new south transept roof. It might be your idea that's seen by visitors to the Minster in the year 2086 - don't miss this unique opportunity for a stake in the future!
(Ceefax Subtitles)

Contributors

Presenter:
Simon Groom
Presenter:
Janet Ellis
Presenter:
Peter Duncan
Assistant Editor:
Lewis Bronze
Editor:
Biddy Baxter

The Video Quiz

It's quarter-final time, and tonight Hustler and Eirias schools meet head to head. Who'll win the battle of the videos? And in the arcade, clay-pigeons fly in to see who's the best marksman. Debbie Greenwood leads them through this knock-out tournament to find the First Class of 1986.
BBC Scotland

Contributors

Presenter:
Debbie Greenwood
Designer:
Jim Longmuir
Director:
Justin C. Adams
Producer:
Charles Nairn

by David Hopkins.
'...it's great not telling us who the father is, but when is he going to start paying his whack?'
(Ceefax Subtitles)

Contributors

Writer:
David Hopkins
Director:
Mike Lloyd
Simon Wicks:
Nick Berry
Dot Cotton:
June Brown
Sharon Watts:
Letittia Dean
Angie Watts:
Anita Dobson
Den Watts:
Leslie Grantham
Jan Hammond:
Jane How
John Fisher:
Dave Dale
Ethel Skinner:
Gretchen Franklin
Lofty Holloway:
Tom Watt
Michelle Fowler:
Susan Tully
Pauline Fowler:
Wendy Richard
Arthur Fowler:
Bill Treacher
Lou Beale:
Anna Wing
Ali Osman:
Nejdet Salih
Sue Osman:
Sandy Ratcliff
Mary Smith:
Linda Davidson
Dr Legg:
Leonard Fenton
Kathy Beale:
Gillian Taylforth
Ruthy Lyons:
Judy Liebert

with Howard Stableford, Judith Hann, Peter Macann and Maggie Philbin.

This week: Howard Stableford goes underground in New Mexico with a device that can spot obstructions in a coalseam.

Contributors

Presenter:
Howard Stableford
Presenter:
Judith Hann
Presenter:
Peter Macann
Presenter:
Maggie Philbin
Producer:
Cynthia Page
Producer:
Martin Mortimore
Producer:
Dana Purvis
Producer:
Martin Freeth
Director:
Nigel Finnis
Editor:
Richard Reisz

Bill Beaumont and Emlyn Hughes captain two teams of sporting celebrities.
The guests this week include one of the world's all-time great athletes, Sebastian Coe; from cricket, the Nottinghamshire and England opener, Tim Robinson; from soccer, the Everton and England striker, Gary Lineker; and Scotland's Rugby Union captain, Colin Deans. David Coleman questions their knowledge of the faces, facts and feats, reviving memories of the greatest - and the funniest - moments in sport.
(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Team Captain:
Bill Beaumont
Team Captain:
Emlyn Hughes
Contestant:
Sebastian Coe
Contestant:
Tim Robinson
Contestant:
Gary Lineker
Contestant:
Colin Deans.
Presenter:
David Coleman
Director:
John Tatt
Producer:
Mike Adley

The weekly opportunity for the general public to pose the questions and debate the answers with those in power, those who seek it and those who influence events.
Among the guests with Sir Robin Day this evening at the Greenwood Theatre in London are: Edwina Currie, MP, The Rt Hon William Rodgers, Tom Sawyer

Contributors

Presenter:
Sir Robin Day
Panellist:
Edwina Currie
Panellist:
William Rodgers
Panellist:
Tom Sawyer
Director:
Ann Morley
Producer:
Anna Carragher
Editor:
Barbara Maxwell

At the end of 1985 Australian band INXS 'rocked the Royals' by headlining a concert in Melbourne during the Prince and Princess of Wales's Australian Tour.
Anne Nightingale introduces highlights from that concert, including 'Listen like thieves', 'What you need' and 'This time'.

Contributors

Presenter:
Anne Nightingale
Musicians:
null INXS
Director:
Karl Steinberg
Television Presentation:
Tom Corcoran

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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