9.30 Colour Economics of the Real World. 3: Budget
10.0 Colour Look and Read
Cloud Burst by RICHARD CARPENTER 5: In the hut
10.23 Let's Look at Wales
A Salmon Breeding Station
Introduced by DAVID PARRY-JONES -
Producer J. MERVYN WILLIAMS. BBC WALES
with Simon Coady and Sue Jones-Davies.
11.0 Scene. The Disappearing Act
11.30 A Job Worth Doing? Hotel Management
12.0 Engineering Craft Studies Heat Treatment
12.20 pm Interval
DONNY MACLEOD , MARIAN FOSTER and DAVID SEYMOUR present the ideas, activities, music and personalities of the day-including Lakeland Summer with Bob Langley
A fishing expedition combines the piscatorial and culinary arts on its mouth-watering way across the beautiful wilds of British Columbia.
A Canadian Film
Who's Watching Your Health?
featuring Brian Fahey and the BBC Scottish Radio Orchestra leader IAN TYRE with Danny Street , Jeanie Lambe and Lesley Blair who talks to members of the studio audience and on the phone to viewers who want to play the musical quiz game.
Designer CAMPBELL GORDON
Producer lAIN MACFADYEN (BBC Scotland)
Michael Aspel invites you to join him and meet his guests in the studio this afternoon and to hear from some of the regular contributors.
Including Friday's regular feature: What's on at the Pictures
Director PHII.IP CHILVERS
Producer FRANCES WHITAKER Editor JANET HOENIG
with Jane Asher
Tales from the Russian Mountains Today: ' The Stone Flower '
Translated by JAMES RIORDAN Pictures by PETER WANE Director MARILYN FOX
Producer ANGELA BEECHING
Executive producer ANNA HOME
Speed Buggy meets Kingzilla
with Magnus Magnusson 4: Prince Leopold's Niece
Princess Charlotte was heir to the British throne and her husband was a young German, Prince Leopold. But fate decreed that it was not their child who was to inherit the crown but Prince Leopold's niece, Victoria. MAGNUS MAGNUSSON tells the story of her lonely childhood.
Designer COLIN LOWREY
Director MICHAEL BEYNON Producer MOLLY cox
by Oliver Postgate
with Richard Whitmore Weatherman
News, interviews and analysis from your region tonight, including local weather: with MICHAEL BARRATT , FRANK BOUGH BOB WELLINGS and SUE LAWLEY Reporters BERNARD FALK
JAMES HOGG , CHRISTOPHER RAINBOW
PATRICK STENSON , JOHN SWINFIELD PHILIP TIBENHAM , MARTIN YOUNG and at 6.40* Sportswide
Jimmy Hill with his round-up of the weekend's sport, plus the latest news of the Wightman Cup.
Editor MICHAEL BUNCE
(Regional details as Monday)
Hacksaw: part 2
Discovering the ability of his new horse, Tim enters for a special event at the famous Calgary Stampede ...
A WALT DISNEY production
by CARLA LANE starring Rita Tushingham and Keith Barron
Is there a Patient in the House?
Derek has a mysterious pain, the question is will Leonora's attempts at playing nursemaid make it better or worse ...
Music by KEN JONES
Designer CYNTHIA ki. fuco
Producer JOHN HOWARD DAVIES
Man in clinic:
Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise written by EDDIE BRABEN Eric and Ernie's guests:
Hughie Green , David Dimbleby Wilma Reading
With ARTHUR TOLCHER
Orchestra directed by PETER KNIGHT Dance director ERNEST MAXIN Designer VICTOR Meredith Producer JOHN AMMONDS
with Kenneth Kendall and Richard Whitmore and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather
starring William Conrad as private investigator Frank Cannon , a big man who walks alone in a dangerous world. with guest stars
Irene Tsu , Scott Hylands in Bitter Legion
A beautiful young Vietnamese bride begs Cannon to find her missing ex-GI husband. The search uncovers an elaborate plot to pull off a gigantic robbery.
Facing the Dictators
An account of the years up till 1939 in conversation with Kenneth Harris
ANTHONY EDEN -nOW LORD AVON -was Foreign Secretary for 12 years and Prime Minister from 1955-57. Tonight he talks about his early life and his eventful years at the Foreign Office during the 1930s. He recalls his meetings with the dictators - Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin-and the attempts to reach agreement with them; the growing menace of Nazi Germany; the Italian invasion of Abyssinia; the peacemaking attempts at the League of Nations; the Spanish Civil War; and finally his own policy differences with the Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain , which led to his resignation in 1938. Film editor ROGER GUERTIN Producer MARGARET DOUGLAS
Regional News Weekend Weather .
from Deeside, North Wales The Wightman Cup
The second day of this annual women's team event between Great Britain and the USA, which for the first time in its 51-year history is being staged indoors in this country and carries prize money-f8,000 for the winning team and E4,000 for the losers.
DAVID VINE introduces highlights of the two matches, one singles and a doubles, played earlier this evening at The Leisure Centre, Deeside
Commentators DAN MASKELL and BILL KNIGHT
TV presentation by fred VINER