9.42 Watch!: Vegetables
10.0 Maths Workshop: Stage 2 Scattered Points
10.25-10.45 Television Club Are You Afraid?
11.0 Merry-go-Round Moonshot 1
with BOB LANGLEY and Weatherman KEITH BEST
you to A Teenagers' Party
7: Waffles; See-through Foil Toasted Sandwiches; Garlic Sausage in Puff Paste: Scandinavian Canapés; Mulled Ale
Director MARY EVANS Producer BETTY WHITE
A programme of music from Cornwall featuring St Dennis Band conductor Eddie Williams and Treviscoe Male Voice Choir conductor Ken Yelland
Introduced by TOM SALMON
Director PETER PAGE
Producer DAVID SPIRES
(BBC South West: first shown in the South West of England)
The American Museum in Britain A visit by Arthur Negus to Claverton Manor near Bath, which houses the most comprehensive collection of Americana in Europe.
Introduced by HUGH SCULLY
Director PAUL SMITH Producer JOHN KING
(from Bristol; first shown on BBC2)
2: The Paint Corner
Presented by JOAN BAKEWELL
Producer EILEEN MOLONY Book 45p: see page 62
Narrator FERGUS O'KELLY
Producer ROONEY BENNETT
For the people of Strathdon in the Aberdeenshire hills winter is the time they get into the news-because the Cockbridge to Tomintoul road will almost surely be the first in Britain to be snow-bound. So they compensate for winter isolation by having a glorious summer get-together. Donny MacLeod joins them.
Producer bill HOOK
with Vivian Pickles
Hags by Starlight by LORNA WOOD Today: A Frog Prince
with John Noakes, Peter Purves, Lesley Judd
Today John, Peter and Lesley test the games for the new series of It's a Knockout.
Part 3: Robinson remembers the day he left home and travelled to Hull to seek a ship.
with Richard Baker ; Weather
news and views in your region (including Regional Weather) Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT FRANK BOUGH and BOB WELLINGS
Star Crossed starring
Ryker fails his duty in favour of a friend and suffers the saddest experience of his life.
starring Charlie Chaplin
This week, two one-reelers from the Keystone stable. The Rounders
Both films written and directed by CHARLES CHAPLIN
New music for The Rounders composed by ALAN ROPER , and for Laughing Gas by TENNIS WILSON
Musical director DENNIS WILSON
Executive producer WILLIAM FITZWATER
Laughing Gas The dentist's assistant:
The dentist's wife:
3: The Lorry Driver
Driving 2,000 miles a week, eating in transport cafes, sleeping in 20-bed dormitories and off at dawn to break the back of the journey before the motorways are crowded. That's working life for Bob Harman , third-generation lorry driver who wanted to be a jockey before overweight killed that ambition - one of the men who drive those monster loads that seem to dominate our roads to the despair of motorists.
Bob Harman 's job makes him his own boss. He enjoys the loneliness and accepts the challenge of having to find a return load for his bosses before he can start home to the family he can only be sure of seeing at weekends. Reporter HAROLD WILLIAMSON
Producer RICHARD THOMAS
with Kenneth Kendall and Peter Woods ; Weather
Comfortable Words by FAY WELDON starring Sheila Hancock
Michele Dotrice , Renny Lister
When Sharon first came to the house she felt instinctively that there was an unseen malignant presence waiting for her and her baby. And she was right.
Lighting SAM BARCLAY Sound RAY ANGEL
Designer PAUL JOEL
Producer JORDAN LAWRENCE Director SIMON LANGTON
Leeds United v A. C. Milan in the final of the European Cup Winners' competition from Salonika, Greece
Commentator BARRY DAVIES
Leeds United's path to the final: beat Ankaraguecue (Turkey) 2-1 on aggregate; Carl Zeiss Jena (East Germany) 2-0; beat Rapid Bucharest (Romania) 8-1 and HadjukSpW. (Yugoslavia) 1-0.
Football presentation by the Greek Television Service
Presented by Ludovic Kennedy
(except London): Closedown