9.38-9.53 Out of the Past
Catch'em while you can
10.25-10.45 History 1917-73 China and the World
11.0 Colour Watch!
Butterflies and Moths: keeping caterpillars; printing wing patterns for butterfly mobiles. Presented by JEAN ROGERS and STEPHEN BRADLEY Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON
11.18 Colour Going to Work
Summary: Things to Remember
A few dos and don'ts for those first weeks at work.
Presented by PADDY FEENY Series editor PAUL MITCHELL
Introduced by Frank Bough featuring
Exclusive live coverage of this afternoon's World Cup match.
At 2.30 David Coleman reports the latest Scottish team news and views about tonight's vital World Cup clash between Scotland and Brazil from Frankfurt.
Racing from Ascot
The Royal Meeting
3.5 Prince of Wales Stakes (H miles)
3.45 The Ascot Stakes (Handicap) (21 miles)
Commentators PETER o sullevan and CLIVE graham
Reporter julian WILSON Fashions described by EVE POLLARD
Live at 3.55
The whole of today's Group 1 match live and exclusive between the host nation and the Australian surprise finalists from the Volksparkstadion, Hamburg. Commentator BARRY davies
Jimmy Hill introduces half-time and after-match comment and analysis by the BBC's team of experts, including jock STEIN, BILL SHANKLY , BOBBY CHARLTON , LAWRIE MCMENEMY and FRANK MCLINTOCK.
Television presentation: Racing RAY LAKELAND
Producer Brian VENNER Editor ALAN HART
with Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today Points West and Spotlight South West bringing you news and views in your region tonight
(including Regional Weather) Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT , BOB WELLINGS and SUE LAWLEY
(Regional details as Monday)
with David Coleman Frank Bough Jimmy Hill featuring
Scotland v Brazil
DAVID coleman sets the scene for Scotland's most important fixture and talks to WILLIE ormond, the Scottish team manager.
Highlights of this afternoon's match involving the host nation.
Live at 7.20
Scotland v Brazil
The whole of this Group 2 match from the Waldstadion, Frankfurt. When the teams met this time last year they drew 1-1.
Commentator DAVID coleman
Also action from tonight's other World Cup matches:
Yugoslavia v Zaire (Group 2) and Chile v East Germany (Group 1)
Comment and analysis bv JIMMY HILL and the BBC World Cup experts.
In West Germany: JONATHAN MARTIN AI.EC WEEKS. JOHN MCGO.VAC.LE
MIKE MURPHY. JOHN PHILIPS
In London: martin hopkins
PAUL LANG , MIKE ADLEY. JOHN ROWLINSOlf Producer brian VENNER Editor AUN HART
SAM LEITCH and ALAN CHIVERS Willie's great Scots: page 9
In Concert from the Royal Albert Hall in London.
A second chance to see highlights from Part 2 of this exciting concert first shown on BBC2. With FRANK OWENS
AND THE ORCHESTRA
SUE AND SUNNY with KAY GARNER
TV presentation YVONNE littlewood
(Petula Clark appeared by arrangement with Robert Paterson and Claude Wolff)
Introduced by Frank Bough Action from today's four World Cup matches:
Scotland v Brazil
Yugoslavia v Zaire
Chile v East Germany
Australia v West Germany
Commentators David Coleman, John Motson, Alan Weeks and Barry Davies
Willie Ormond, team manager of Scotland, talks after his World Cup confrontation with Brazil.
Jimmy Hill and the BBC World Cup experts assess the Yugoslavia and Zaire action in Group 2.
"There's going to be a lot of pressure on the two Germanys to do well and score goals, so we'll play defensively and then counterattack." (Skipper Peter Wilson in Radio Times World Cup Special.)
Philip Oakes looks at some of the new films, including the spoof Western Blazing Saddles, the recreation of an American legend Dillinger, and Steven Spielberg 's contemporary thriller Sugarland Express. lain Johnstone talks to Steven Spielberg on location in America for his new film Jaws.
Producer PATRICIA ingrau
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