An exciting seven-part nim series about a boy writer.
7: Denmark 3 - Captam Peter
Katie makes a new friend in a Danish iishing village, but the boys are not so sure about him.
Written by GALE REGARD and MICHAEL GRAFTON-ROBINSON
Producer MICHAEL GRAFTON-ROBtNSON Director DAVID MALONEY
A lively new look at words and letters with DONALD GEE , BOB HOSKIN9 and PATRICIA HAYES
MARTIN SHAW , NIGEL STOCK
Script BARRY TOOK
David Vine concludes this series. With DAN MASKELL
10:How to practtse
Director jonn RtCKWORD
Producer JOHN DOBSON. BBC Bristot
in A Woman
It's quite a drag for Charlie when he tries to skirt trouble and evade his girl-friend's father.
Written and directed by CHARLES CHAPLIN ) (Black and White)
The Double Diamond World Golf Classic
Eight star-studded international teams started the chase for the Â£25,000 prize money on Thursday. Now the four teams with the best match records are drawn in two semi-finals played over 18 holes of the King's Course of the Gleneagles Hotel.
Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER Commentators HENRY LONGHURST and PETER ALLISS
Producers Richard Tilling and Fred Viner Editor A.P. Wilkinson
Introduced by Tony Gubba
12.35 Football Focus
Bob Wilson returns with the new season,- to preview today's top matches, and introduce action, news and personalities in the round-up which is regular lunch-time viewing for both players and supporters.
1.0* Bowls from Worthing
The National Championships
Highlights of two finals - the pairs and the singles - from England's most important championship.
1.15; 2.20; 2.50; 3.20; 4.30* International Golf from Gleneagles
The Double Diamond World Classic
The final of this Â£25,000 tournament between the top two international teams, played over 18 holes of the King's Course. Commentators
HENRY LONGHURST and PETER ALL1SS
2.5; 2.35; 3.5* Racing from Kempton Park
2.15 Crown Plus Two Apprentice Championship (Round 12) Handicap Stakes (1ÃÂÃÂ¼m)
2.45 Brooke Bond Choicest Tea Cup Ladies Race (1ÃÂÃÂ¼m)
3.15 Playboy Nursery Handicap Stakes (6f)
Commentators JULIAN WILSON and JIMMY LINDLEY
3.50* Rugby League from Wigan
Wigan v St Helens
Rugby League Cup winners St Helens meet their greatest rivals, Wigan, in the first round of the Forshaws Lancashire County Cup. Commentator Eddie Waring
4.50* Final Score
Including classified football results, rugby and racing results, and reports on today's outstanding events.
12.35 Football Focus
1.0 Bowls; 1.15 Golf
2.5 Racing: 2.20 Golf
2.35 Racing: 2.50 Golf
3.5 Racing: 3.20 Golf
3.45 Football Half-times
3.50 Rugby League: 4.30 Golf
4.50 Final Score
* Timings may be changed by events
Football FOCUS TERRY LONG
Golf A. P. Wilkinson, Richard Tilling, Fred Viner
Racing Dennis Monger
Ruby League Nick Hunter
Studio director JEFF coMARO Producer BRIAN VENNER Editor ALAN HART
with ventriloquist Shari Lewis LAMB CHOP, CHARLIE HORSE and HUSH puppy
Music by The Bert Hayes Trio Producer JOHNNY DOWNES
Weather KEITH BEST
5.35 Sport/Regiomat News
Two of the world's greatest laughter-makers.
OIlie decides to elope, but leaves Stanley to make the arrangements!
A Hal Roach film
(Black and white)
(Next week: Jim'll Fix It)
James W. Horne Stan: Stan
Magic, mirth and music with Faith Brown , Paul Daniels Terry Seabrook , John Wade and featuring Guy Kent
Guest star Jimmy SavUe , OBE
Director KErm pmu.K's
Producer PETER RIDSDALE. SCOTT BBC ManchMter
starring Jeanne Cratn
Dana Andrews , David Farrar
Insurance agent Scott Walters comes to London to check on client Perry Henderson , head of a big diamond concern, whose life is insured for a very large sum of money. He discovers that Henderson has gone to Africa-diving for diamonds on the sea bed.
Director GEORGE MARSHALL fthns.' page 11
The BBC1 Big Top returns to Torbay. starring Roy Hudd and featuring Moira Anderson, Don MacLean, with The Black Abbotts, Sidney Devine, Stu Francis, Wayne King and Tony Blackburn, Paul Burnett, David Hamilton, Dave Lee Travis, New Edition
Ronnie Hazlehurst and his
Paul Michael Glaser as Starsky
David Soul as Hutch
Larry Horvath has no power of speech or hearing. He is good-natured and trusting - an ideal pawn for a ruthless racketeer.
with Peter Woods ; Weather
Jimmv HH! introduces the first action of the new 1976-77 Football League season.
BARRY DAVIES and JOHN MOTSON are the commentators at two of today's top First Division matches. Plus JIMMY HILL'S personality action analysis and the regular round-up of the day's soccer news. Today's matches are the nrst of 42 played by each club to decide who will succeed Liverpool as League Champions.
Also during the next nine months, Match of the Da!/ will be searching for a successor to the 1975-76 Goat o/ the Season winner GERRY FRAN cis, who receives his award on tonight's programme.
Football TV presentation by ALEC WEEKS and JOHN MCCONAOLt Match of the Day presented by JOHN PHILIPS . Editor JONATHAN MARTtN
Starring Moira Anderson
and featuring Peter Morrison, Jacques Loussier Trio, Pasadena Roof Orchestra Brian Fahey and the BBC Scottish Radio Orchestra leader Ian Tyre
Brian Fahey and the BBC Scottish Radio
A film series of present-day tales of the supernatural.
Tonight starring John Astin
Patty Duke Astin, William Castle
The derelict old Fillmore Motion Picture Studios have spawned many a movie monster, but now they are due for demolition.