The villainous Max Bird is on their trail and trouble is brewing.
with Elaine Stritch
Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator by ROALD DAHL
Back to the Chocolate Factory
A serial from France in 13 episodes.
When there was a Dance at Foxes Dale
Told by RICHARD BRIERS
Tony Hart , Pat Keysell
BEN BENISON , with WILF LUNN and THE PROF
Director CLIVE DOIG
Producer Patrick DOWLING
A lively new look at words and letters With DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and GAY HAMILTON
Script by BARRY TOOK
Adviser CATHERINE MOORHOUSE Director BARBARA DERKOW
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES
Book (same title), 11.00, from bookshops
Introduced by Tony Gubba
Featuring the pick of last night's Olympic action from Montreal, including Athletics Finals, Handball and Hockey and all the latest news by satellite.
by PETER FIRMIN and OLIVER POSTGATE
Bagpuss, an old cloth cat, lives with his friends in the window of Emily's shop.
Music by sandra KERR and JOHN PAULKNER
Weather MICHAEL FISH
Introduced by Frank Bough featuring Olympic Games action and Racing from Goodwood
DAVID VINE reports as Britain's BRIAN JACKS appears in his third Olympics - he took the bronze medal at Munich in 1972 Middleweight
Olympic champion: S. Sekine (Japan)
PETER WEST reports on the event in which Russia has taken the gold at three of the last four Games
Women's Team Foil
Olympic champions: USSR Boxing
HARRY CARPENTER reports on the llth day of Olympic action which completes the quarter-finals. Dressage
DORIAN Williams reports from the Olympic Equestrian Centre at the opening of the team competition. Canoeing
The opening day of the four-day Olympic canoeing regatta during which 11 titles - four of them new Olympic events - will be decided. Commentator JOHN MOTSON
Racing from Goodwood
3.35 The Goodwood Cup (2m 5f)
The traditional highlight of ' Glorious Goodwood', first raced in 1812, and still started by flag in front of the grandstand.
Commentators PETER o'sullevan and JIMMY LINDLEY
A programme for children under 5
Guatemala, Central America. Five months ago, a Terremoto - an earthquake - devastated this country. The ground opened. Buildings collapsed. Thousands died.
John Craven has flown out to make this special report from Guatemala. 'It's been a race against time,' says John, 'to get everyone under a roof before the rains begin. It looks as though that race has been won. But for many, the roof is a sheet of corrugated iron, or even just a piece of cardboard.'
by JOHN TULLY
Jonathan, who has been captured by Atticus, the notorious bandit chief, knows a cure for the ailments of the villain's family. It is the fruit of the Jo-Jo Tree. But the garden where the tree grows is guarded and the punishment for plucking the fruit is death.
Executive producer ANNA HOME
Director JEREMY SWANN
Atticus, the bandit chief:
Stefano, his son:
Lavinia, his daughter:
Martha, his wife:
Bandits DAVID STRONG:
Told by MICHAEL FLANDERS
with Richard Whitmore Weatherman
Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today
Points West, Spotlight South West followed by Regional Weather (London only: Nationwide)
(Regional details as Monday)
Ten films presenting a personal view of the European countryside. 4: The Rain in Spain ...
... stays mainly on the plain in Andalusia, but on the Cabo de Gata hurricanes hardly ever happen - until David Bellamy arrives! Aided by a large umbrella he explores the desert bad-lands of South East Spain. In contrast the Coto Dofiana, to the west, is a wonderland of wet marismas supporting many beautiful plants and animals.
Film editor JOHN BILLINGHAM Producer MIKE WEATBERLEY
Introduced by David Hamilton.
Top of the Pops Orchestra
Top of the Pops
Athletics live from Montreal
Women's 100m Hurdles Final at 8.0
This year, for the first time since Munich, East Germany's ANNELIE EHRHARDT
has looked less than invincible.
Olympic champion and Olympic and world record holder: Ehrhardt 12.59
World best 1976: G. Rabsztyn (Pol) 12.69 British best: S. Colyear 13.11
Men's Long Jump Final
BOB BEAMON'S fantastic leap at Mexico in 1968 is the only Olympic record likely to last out the century
Olympic champion: R. Williams (USA)
Olympic and world record: B. Beamon (USA) 8.90m (29ft 2tins) World best 1976: A. Robinson (USA) 8.32 (27:3i) British best: R. Mitchell 7.98 (26: 2J)
Women's Discus Final
Russia's FALNA MELNIK still dominates this event and is a firm favourite to retain the Olympic title
Olympic champion and record holder: Melnik 66.62m (218ft 7ins)
World record: Melnik 70.50 (231:3)
World best 1976: Melnik 70.50 (231:3) Britain not represented at Montreal Semi-final: Women's 1500m
Men's 400m Final at 9.0
America have won more medals (26) at this event than the rest of the world combined (24)
Olympic champion: V. Matthews (USA)
Olympic and world record: L. Evans (USA) 43.86 World best 1976: A. Juantorena (Cuba) 44.70
British best: D. Jenkins 44.93
Women's 400m Final at 9.20
IRENA SZEWINSKA , of Poland, could become the first woman athlete to win a medal at four Olympics
Olympic champion and record holder: M. Zehrt (DDR) 51.08
World record: Szewinska 49.75
World best 1976: Szewinska 49.75 British best: D. Murray 51.28
Commentators DAVID COLEMAN
RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY Introduced by Frank Bough
with Richard Whitmore ; Weather
Tonight's action from Montreal
Athletics Heats: Men's 1500m Men's Decathlon (400m)
Volleyball: women's semi-finals.
Commentators DAVID COLEMAN, RON PICKERING, STUART STOREY, DON ANTHONY, BARRY DAVIES, PETER WEST, HARRY CARPENTER
DORIAN WILLIAMS reports on the team event which is likely to be dominated by Russia and West Germany
Olympic champions: USSR
Introduced by Frank Bough
Timings are subject to alteration