Money to spend: ALEX GLASGOW looks at Gran's pension and teenage spending. with SALLY THOMSETT
JOHN ARTHUR BARON
Dramatised by JOHN TULLY Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE
10.0-10.20 Merry-go-Round Moonshot: presented by CHARLES COLLINGWOOD Producer JOHN CHAPPLE
11.5 A Year's Journey Bridges
11.30 New Horizons
Volumes and Voids - JANE COYLE
The programme with the informal air introduced by BOB LANGLEY. A chance to meet the people and personalities who drop in to talk about ideas, events and interests. Plus a daily chat with the Weatherman JACK SCOTT
Editor TERRY DOBSON
2.5 Colour Tout Compris
Everyday life and language of French teenagers
3: Au college. Au café-bar. Chez Claire. A une bourn.
Language adviser EDWARD NEATHER Producer JOHN PRESCOTT THOMAS
2.25 Going to Work
Post Office - Three Jobs
2.50 Maths Today: Year 2 Forceful Thinking
A series of five animal films by Heinz Sielmann about the wild life of the New World. Narrator Peter Scott The Bering Sea
Filmed and directed by HEINZ SIELMANN Presented by NICHOLAS CROCKER (from Bristol)
with Cliff Michelmore
Captain Scott: learning to sail on holiday - big ship style?
Midnight Sun: Regina Magna is a Greek liner in search of the Midnight Sun.
French Canoeing: along the Ardeche river you'll find some very enthusiastic British youngsters on a packaged canoeing holiday.
Producer TOM SAVAGE
with Vivian Pickles
Hags by Starlight by LORNA WOOD
The Lindley children have a special friend called the Hag Dowsabel, who lives at the bottom of their garden and rides a broom-stick. When they become involved in the disappearance of a Foreign Ambassador, the Hag makes sure it's no ordinary adventure. Today: The Truth Drug
with Geoffrey Wheeler
In this exciting stage of the competition the South West of England and Wales meet each other in the fourth match of the quarter-final round. Quarter-final 4:
CARDIFF V BODMIN
Questions set by BOSWELL TAYLOR Director PETER MASSEY Producer BILL WRIGHT
Routine by DAVID ELLIS starring James Ellis , John Slater Ian Cullen , Douglas Fielding
Lynch and Quilley are on 'nights.' And a routine call to a break-in leads to a break-up-that's far from routine ...
Script editor TONY HOLLAND Designer ROCHELLE SELWYN Producer RON CRADDOCK Director ERIC DAVIDSON
TV's top reporters close in on the most interesting topics of the day Alastair Burnet
Michael Charlton , Alan Hart
Richard Kershaw , Richard Lindley Julian Pettifer , Alan Watson
Assistant editor DAVID HARRISON Editor ROBERT ROWLAND
Steps Back by DAVID HALLIWELL
' Fifteen years since I was forced t' leave, forced t' leave me roots, the territory of me heart.' When Gerry takes his fiancee Nita home to Brighouse what will they find?
Film cameraman Michael WILLIAMS Film editor HENRY FOWLER Script editor BARRY HANSON Producer DAVID ROSE
Director BRIAN PARKER
from the Lyceum Ballroom, London
Terry Wogan introduces the Grand Finals of the Professional Latin American and Amateur Modern Championships
THE ANDY ROSS ORCHESTRA Commentators
BARRI HAYNES , PETER EGGLETON
Arranged by ERIC MORLEY and organised by Mecca Promotions in conjunction with EMVA Cream
Television presentation by BARRIE EDGAR and KEN GRIFFIN
in The Travelling Woman A tale from The Lazy Acre Written by HUGH LEONARD with David Kelly and Anna Manahan
When a young Protestant priest attempts to convert a gypsy woman, there appears to be grave doubt as to who will finally convert who.
Music by MAX HARRIS Designer TIM GLEESON
Producers JAMES GILBERT , DAVID CROFT
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