9.38 Science All Around Flour
10.0 Science Session
Things that go dark in the Light
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds, and adults watching with them.
11.0-11.20 Maths Workshop: Stage 1. Round-up 2
11.40 British Social History Goods and Chattels
12.5 pm Colour Kontakte
22: Was machen Sie den ganzen Tag?
(Complementary radio programme tonight at 7.0, R3)
Books 1, 2 and 3 (same title) 75p each; records 1, 2 and 3. £1.40 each; cassette 1, £1.73; cassettes 2 and 3, £1.83 each, from bookshops
The programme about police affairs now includes Crime Line, the ' hot line ' between police and public -[number removed]
Introduced by David Seymour with Mike Dornan
Director DESMOND LAPSLEY
Editor BRIAN GIBSON (Birmingham)
BOB LANGLEY, MARIAN FOSTER
DAVID SEYMOUR and DONNY MACLEOD present the ideas, activities, music and personalities of the day including Family Advice with Claire Rayner
Editor TERRY DOBSON
Shiny with RICK JONES
2.2 Colour Watch! Foo the Potter
2.20 Exploration and Discovery Up the Zambezi
A programme for children under 5
Boris and the Giant
A lightning flash in a pot of honey comes to the assistance of Boris in an unequal contest.
Story told by JOHNNY MORRIS
Presented by PEGGY MILLER
with Kate Binchy
In a Blue Velvet Dress by CATHERINE SEFTON
Today: The lavender garden
Pete swops his guitar for a treasure map and the Monkees find themselves on a desert island.
You stay in my house, I'll stay in your house, You sleep.in my bed, I'll sleep in your bed,
You come to my school,
I'll come to your school..... In today's programme
Nicola Snook from Bath and Ginger Gonzales from Salt Lake City, Utah
Film cameramen PHIL MEHEUX RICK KOONTZ
Film editor MONICA MEAD
Associate producer RON HARIG Producer MOLLY COX
Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
News, interviews and analysis from your region tonight, including local weather
(Regional details as Monday)
Starring Frankie Howerd, Dora Bryan with George Cole, Reg Varney, Raymond Huntley, Richard Wattis
Leaving a notorious trail of arson behind them, the girls of St Trinian's are ever on the move. In this episode in the saga of Ronald Searle's academy for young ladies, they find a splendid new home. What the head doesn't know is that train robbers have stashed several million pounds under the ballroom floor. But the girls are now in the way...
St. Trinian's created by:
Carolyn Seymour , Ian McCulloch Lucy Fleming , Talfryn Thomas with Brian Peck Gone Away by TERRY NATION
' Abby ... listen ... you know it's odds against this being Peter ... the only description you have is of a boy about ten in a school blazer ... nothing more than that ... what I'm saying is ... well, if it's not him ... be ready for it.'
Cast in order of appearance:
Series created byTERRY NATION Designer RICHARD MORRIS Producer TERENCE DUDLEY
Director TERENCE WILLIAMS
on behalf of the Conservative Party
(Also on BBC2)
with Kenneth Kendall and Peter Woods Weather
Introduced by P. G. Wodehouse starring
John Alderton and Pauline Collins
Adapted by DAVID CLIMIE from the short stories by P. G. WODEHOUSE
Romance at Droitgate Spa
Freddie falls in love, not wisely but too well, with a conjurer's assistant.
Cast in order of appearance:
Magic effects by ROBERT HARBIN Signature tune composed and conducted by RAYMOND JONES Designer DAPHNE SHORTMAN Producer DAVID ASKEY
Sir Aylmer Bastable:
Introduced by Harry Carpenter including tonight
The Welterweight Championship of Europe
John H. Stracey, Britain's world-ranked welterweight champion, defended his European title against Switzerland's Max Hebei sen (37 fights, 34 wins) on Mike Barrett 's promotion at the Royal Albert Hall.
Commentator HARRY CARPENTER The$250,000 Tennis Match
Highlights from Las Vegas of the richest clash in tennis history between Jimmy Connors , reigning Wimbledon champion, and John Newcombe , who has beaten Connors on all three occasions they have met.
Commentator DAN MASKELL Who'll Win the FA Cup?
Jimmy Hill , who played more than 300 games for Fulham, tries to stay impartial as Bill Shankly and Bill Nicholson weigh up the Wembley chances of West Ham and Fulham in Saturday's ' Cockney Cup Final.'
Boxing TV presentation BOB DUNCAN Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JONATHAN MARTIN
Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy
The Outer Planets
This month the three outermost planets - Uranus, Neptune and Pluto - are all on view, even though they are faint. Each has its own special points of interest; and Patrick Moore talks about these remote members of the Sun's family.
Producer PATRICIA WOOD