9.30 Canoe. ALAN BYDE builds a canoe in glass fibre. BBC Bristol
10.0 Look and Read: Cloudburst Escape
10.23 Ffenestri. Dwr (Ail-ddarllediad)
BBC Cymru/Wales. (Windows)
Introduced by Lesley Mackie. (Rpt)
11.5 Out of the Past. The Horse and History - 2: The Horse at Work With KENNETH WATSON Producer SUE WEEKS
11.30 A Job Worth Doing?
Caring for Children
12.0 Peter Donaldson 's Illustrated Economics
9: The Nationalisation Bogey
and Dig This with Peter Seabrook
Barnaby and his friends Crow and Rat escape from the ship and meet some new friends.
2.0 Weather for Schools. JACK SCOTT with the current forecast and a look at how weather works.
2.5 Scene. Because I Say So
2.35 General Studies
Geronimo's Children: 1
With KATE BINCHY
The School at Schellebelle by GERTIE EVENHUIS
Translated from the Dutch by LANCE SALWAY
5: Miss Jonathan Returns
Introduced by Tristan Fry
There are several hundred musical festivals annually in Great Britain. For the people who take part in them (and for many of their families) it is the highlight of the year. This series examines the hopes, the fears, the enthusiasms and the grinding hard work of five groups of children throughout Britain as they start the ' countdown to their festival '.
1: The ' Fleadh ' with COLETTE AND BRIAN MCGRATH from
Brookeborough, in Co Fermanagh
It's pronounced ' Flah ' - and is a great Irish event which features the Irish talent for traditional music, and in particular, the playing of the tin whistle.
Title music composed by DUDLEY SIMPSON Film editor ROY DEVERELL Producer clive DOIG
by OLIVER POSTGATE The Rescue
with Richard Baker ; 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
Events and stories that are
Nationwide current affairs.
Presented by FRANK BOUGH
SUE LAWLEY, VALERIE SINGLETON
JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS
Including at 6.45* Sportswide with Peter Walker
Trap Happy and Triplet Trouble
The first in a season of the classic films, starring
Tonight with Richard Greene and Wendy Barrie Messrs Rathbone and Bruce proved the ideal casting as the famous detective and his long-suffering companion, and here set out to solve the mystery of the curse that has bedevilled the Baskerville family for generations.
Based on the story by SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
Directed by SIDNEY LANFIELD
Sir Arthur Conan
Sir Henry Baskerville:
Dr James Mortimer:
Sir Hugo Baskerville:
by JOHN ESMONDE and BOB LARBEY starring Richard Briers and Michael Gambon
Ralph and Brian discover the delights of hunting the opposite sex.
Music by RONNIE HAZLEHURST Designer BARRIE DOBBINS
Film director GARETH GWENLAN Producer JOHN HOWARD DAVIES
with Richard Baker
Weekend Weather KEITH BEST
The Games Children Play
A 12-year-old boy's fanciful story of being shot at by two Arabian-clad men who have wheeled a patient into an abandoned house, makes Cannon realise that his young friend, Johnny Malin, has witnessed a kidnapping plot.
LONDON Tonight: current affairs
SOUTH WEST Peninsula: Zodiac and Co. JAN LEEMING introduces two guests, known to the viewer, but not the panel, and JEFFREY IVERSON, author of The Bloxham Tapes
WEST Jazz on the Quay: THE AVON CITIES JAZZ BAND. The first of two open-air concerts recorded in King Street, Bristol. Special guests: SWEET SUBSTITUTE
SOUTH It's Your Bid: the antique game with BERNARD PRICE, SHEILA TRACY and a panel of buyers and experts
MIDLANDS Look! Hear!: A survey of young people in care by MIKE WOOD and TONIA NELSON. Music from MUSCLES, dance from CYCLES. DUNCAN GIBBINS investigates film distribution and JOHN HOLMES reports on the East Midlands scene.
EAST Newscue: a monthly look at headline stories in the Eastern Counties
NORTH Politics North: including My Week by JOHN SPENCE , MP. Parliamentary Review-MICHAEL WHITE of The Guardian and this week's film special-A Crazy Existence?: MICHAEL SHAW , mp, as a member of the European Parliament. Followed by a discussion between JOHN OSBORN , mp, and STANLEY COHEN , MP. Introduced by BRIAN MORRIS NORTH EAST Friday North: Mike Neville meets the Barry Sisters who last appeared on the English stage ten years ago and come together again to sing songs that hold special memories for them.
NORTH WEST Home Ground: Each week, BRIAN REDHEAD and FRANK MELLOR meet inhabitants of the North West.
Gene Barry , Elsa Martinelli Leslie Phillips , Cyd Charisse and Denholm Elliott Alexandra Stewart
Louise Henderson is the highly successful editor of a top fashion magazine. Simon Grant, however, suspects her of having other more lucrative interests. When Louise plans a trip to Morocco with her fashion team, Simon decides to investigate.
Directed by GERRY O'HARA. Films: page 17 (First showing on British television)