6.40 Consequences of the War: 1914-30
7.5 Brunelleschi's Architecture
7.30 Disaster Simulation (2): Debriefing
Situation comedy series
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
BOB LANGLEY, DONNY MACLEOD
DAVID SEYMOUR , MARIAN FOSTER and JAN LEEMING including
Dig This with Peter Seabrook
Editor TERRY DOBSON
celebrates its 20th anniversary
Pianist WILLIAM BLEZARD
Designer DEBBIE KNIGHT
Scriptwriter JANET WYATT
Director PETER WILTSHIRE
Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
He's stylish, he's witty and he's just one inch tall.
A series on some of the most extraordinary facets of the animal world, with Tony Soper Frontiers of Life
Living creatures occupy every crevice of the planet. And yet in the deserts of Arizona, the wastes of Greenland and deep in the caves of France, survival needs special outfits and skills.
On these frontiers there are fish without eyes, big beef dressed in duffle-coats, and deadly snakes that keep their heads cool.
Film editor RON MARTIN
Producer JOHN SPARKS. BBC Bristol
A six-part story: part 2
Stas and Nel have been kidnapped on the way to join their fathers, who are engineers working on the Suez Canal.
Story told by RICHARD PASCO
Angela Rippon ; Weatherman
Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today
Points West, Spotlight South West present news and views in your region tonight. Then at 6.20
Britain's most popular current affairs programme and at 6.50 Sportswide
Jimmy Hill previews the weekend's sport - featuring the FA Cup Semi-finals, one of football's most exciting days of the season.
Deputy editor STUART WILKINSON Editor JOHN GAU
A film series starring
Jared Martin as Varian
Carl Franklin as Dr Fred Walters Ike Eisenmann as Scott Jordan Katie Saylor as Liana Roddy McDowall as Willoway Guest stars
Mel Ferrer as Appolonius Mary Frann as Roxanne Richard Lawson as Barker
Entering a new time-zone, Varian and his friends come across a deserted carnival.
The 1977 inter-town fun-and-games competition
The winner will represent Great Britain in the first heat of the Eurovision Competition to be held in Turin, Italy, on 16 September.
Tonight's programme is introduced from Halifax by Stuart Hall and Eddie Waring
with Angela Rippon and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world
Weekend Weather MICHAEL FISH
starring David Janssen as Harry Orwell with Anthony Zerbe as Lieutenant Trench
Frank Ross had a weak heart and no one is surprised when he succumbs except for his suspicious mother-in-law. She sues the doctor, and that's when things really start to happen - especially to Harry!
A special showing of episode 3 of this highly successful series, which has just become a double British Academy award-winner.
This episode was voted the best factual programme of 1976, while the series as a whole was named the best factual series.
The programme features the Ark Royal's 21st birthday. The cake is baked and iced: the messages of congratulations are pouring in. But one message is different. It's a mayday call from the Americans. Three hundred miles away somewhere in the Atlantic there is a sick sailor on a US nuclear submarine who may die of acute peritonitis, unless he can be airlifted away and operated upon quickly.
Film cameraman PATRICK TURLEY Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer JOHN PURDIE
SOUTH WEST Peninsula: Let's Go Sailing
KEN DUXBURY and MICHAEL WHITMARSH with advice for novices
WEST Life Story
Tonight, WILLIAM ARKLE
SOUTH Report South: Shares in the Land
NORTH WEST Champion Brass
A weekly brass band knock-out contest
NORTH EAST Friday North: Bridge Over The Bosporus
NORTH Press Club
Women journalists discuss their new role
MIDLANDS Top Gear
First of a monthly series for road-users
EAST On Camera
RT REV MAURICE WOOD, Bishop of Norwich, and REV RALPH GODSALL, a young curate, talk to DOUGLAS BROWN about their beliefs
In the final preliminary round of the 1977 series
Terry Wogan introduces
The North East v The North West from Tiffany's Ballroom, Glasgow. Michael and Vicky Barr give a professional demonstration of the Tango and Quickstep
Music by TONY EVANS AND HIS ORCHESTRA Organised by MECCA DANCING Arranged by ERIC MORLEY Director KEN GRIFFIN
Series producer BARRIE EDGAR BBC Birmingham
Ernest Borgnine John Mills with Luciana Paluzzi
Angela Dorian Louis Hayward
Chuka, a wandering gunfighter, has earned the gratitude of the chief of starving Arapaho Indians by providing them with food. Later, when he helps a stranded stagecoach to reach an isolated cavalry fort, he finds morale and discipline dangerously low and the garrison's English commanding officer completely unwilling to help the desperate Indians.
Director GORDON DOUGLAS. Films: page 13
Sgt Otto Hansbach:
Col Stuart Valois: