9.41 Colour Merry-go-Round What's a Zoo for?
Record of Crime
10.25-10.45 Colour Music in Action
6: Abode of the Dead
11.0 Going to Work Office Work
11.25 Science Extra: Biology Life in the Soil
Twentieth-Century Focus The Fashion World
2: Fashion and Fabric. A film about fashion past and present.
Devised and written by JANET ARNOLD and GORDON CROTON Producer GORDON CROTON
With BOB LANGLEY, MARIAN FOSTER DAVID SEYMOUR , DONNY MACLEOD
Consumers at Large - this week from Oxford, and a chat with today's Weatherman JACK SCOTT at 1.30
Scene: Sent Away from Home With MICHAEL CAINE
2.30 Round Oak Stakes (Handicap 5 f)
3.0 Horris Hill Stakes (7 f 60 yds)
3.30 W. D. & H. 0. Wills Premier Steeplechase (Qualifier. 21m) Commentators
PETER O'SULLEVAN , CLIVE GRAHAM Interviewer JULIAN WILSON
TV presentation DENNIS MONGER
A programme for children under 5
Boris and the Train
The engine driver discovers that one good turn deserves another.
with Alfred Lynch
Hayseed and Company by RAY POPE .
Pom racked his brains to think of a way to earn enough money for a school trip to Switzerland - but without success. It was his friend Boke's idea to make money by harvesting the hay in the village recreation ground.
Today: Cutting and Baling
with John Noakes
Peter Purves , Lesley Judd
Producer JOHN ADCOCK
Assistant editor ROSEMARY GILL Editor BIDDY BAXTER
with Robert Dougall ; Weather
(including Regional Weather) Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT FRANK BOUGH and BOB WELLINGS with Consumer Unit Colour
Your weekly guide to consumer problems and how to avoid them. Presented by VALERIE SINGLETON
Editor MICHAEL BUNCE
(Regional details as Monday)
post that mentions
Raymond Baxter with reporters William Woollard , Michael Rodd
BKIAN JOHNSON , CHRISTOPHER RILEY Editor LAWRENCE WADE
Introduced by Jimmy Savile TOP OF THE POPS ORCHESTRA
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON PAN'S PEOPLE
Choreography FLICK COLBY Sound RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN Producer ROBIN NASH
Introduced by Magnus Magnusson from Sussex University, Brighton
Director MARTIN L. BELL Producer BILL WRIGHT
with David Attenborough 3: Mudbuilders of Borneo
Along the shores of this great island the mangrove swamps are on the march - a forest is moving towards the sea. Out on the open mud mudskippers and fiddler crabs live their peculiar lives; further inland are storks, lizards and the strange king crab. And where the mangroves are building a forest from the mud, are snakes, odd ants and a rare and bizarre animal the proboscis monkey.
Producer RICHARD BROCK (from Bristol)
with Robert Dougall and Richard Whitmore and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather
by Jimmy O'Connor
They are all 'in' for life so the pleasures are sparse, and strictly of their own making. Their really big event is the Christmas pantomime, only this year they have lost their star. Mother Bear has escaped. Still, there is some consolation. The new arrival looks a likely Goldilocks.
'There's one or two who'll be after him,' says Woodbine - and he knows all their weaknesses.
(Phone-in on Play for Today in Real Time on BBC2 at 11.30 pm)
(Peter Firth is a National Theatre player)
Jimmy's inside story: pages 3-4
The people behind the stories, the people the stories affect and the people with something to say. Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy together with NICHOLAS HARMAN
Vincent Hanna , Tom Mangold , Michael Cockerell , Bill Kerr Elliott and Richard Lindley are the Midweek correspondents
Deputy editor JOHN GAU Editor PETER PAGNAMENTA
A series of ten programmes 4: It Takes All Sorts
There are a few hundred species of fish on a coral reef. Why should there be so many? ROLAND VON HENTIG observes the way fish live and relates it to their shapes and abilities. Lion fish are all spines and no fins - if sharks stop swimming they fall to the bottom.
Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY A BBC/NDR co-production Book £3.20: see page 82