6.40 William Wordsworth
7.5 Geology - Granite
7.30 How to Build a Phage
11.5-11.25 Let's Look at Wales
A Nature Reserve in Anglesey Presented by DAVID PARRY-JONES
11.35 Preview: Music Time
A chance for teachers to sample programmes from next year's output: Music Time for seven- to nine-year-olds.
Producer JOHN hosier
The Colgate PGA Championship Introduced by Harry Carpenter from Royal Birkdale Golf
MANUEL PINERO, last year's winner, defends his title against some of the world's top golfers.
England v Pakistan 'rom The Oval, for
The Prudential Trophy rhe morning's play of :he second one-day international with another E2,000 prize money going to the winners. Introduced by Peter West
Golf TV presentation RICHARD TILLING and DAVID KENNING. Editor A. P. WILKINSON Cricket TV presentation by BILL TAYLOR and BOB DUNCAN
(Continued on BBC2 1.20 pm)
and Dig This with Peter Seabrook
CARMEN MUNRO introduces rhymes and counting games and tells a story. Library Visit
2.5 Scene: Gulpin
2.35 Preview: Merry-go-Round
This afternoon Preview presents a selection of typical material from Merry-go-Round, a miscellany series for eight- and nine-year-olds. Producer MIKE HARRISON
A further visit to Royal Birkdale for coverage of the first day's play. Cricket
England v Pakistan from The Oval for the afternoon's play.
by Alan England
When the Brellors are invited to the castle for the christening of the young duke, Sim has to stay behind to look after the farm. Then an old lady turns up on the doorstep with a magic cloak. Meanwhile, up at the castle, there are wicked plans afoot.
with Susan King
This week SUSAN visits Ann Knowles to find out how to get a pony ready for a show; discovers that a totally blind pony can still take part in gymkhana events; and goes to Hickstead for a special Mixed Team Challenge Relay which involves show jumpers, pony pairs, motorcycles and Pony Club children.
Film editor JOHN LYTE
Producer DAVID TURNBULL
When Roobarb Found the Sauce of the Pond
with Richard Baker Weatherman
Including tonight: a visit to the magnificent Grand Place in Brussels and a look at how urban terrorism threatens life in many of Europe's great cities.
Nature's Strangest Oddballs
That extraordinary cartoon character Professor Ludwig Von Drake takes a look at some even more peculiar creatures, real and imaginary, including Goliath II, the mouse-size elephant, and a flying donkey!
A combination of true-life and cartoon.
Three towns compete for a place in the Swiss Heat of Jeux sans Frontieres
Milton Keynes v Hemel Hempstead v Stevenage
Introduced from Milton Keynes by Stuart Hall and Eddie Waring
Referees ARTHUR ELLIS and MIKE SWANN
Designer STUART FURBER Director PAUL LOOSLEY
Producer CECIL KORER. BBC Manchester
with Richard Baker
Weekend Weather MICHAEL FISH
A film series starring with Tonight: A Life for a Life Drop-out Edgar Dorsey is refused a hotel room and is heard to threaten the manager who is later found dead in the blazing ruins. Defence is difficult enough for Petrocelli without the only favourable witness refusing to testify.
Explaining the news that will still matter tomorrow - tonight. Introduced by DENIS TUOHY with the John Timpson report.
Editor ROGER BOLTON
at The Royal Albert Hall , London Also the final of the United Kingdom Amateur Ten Dance Championship and The United Kingdom
Formation Championship to the music of ANDY ROSS and TONY EVANS
Introduced by Terry Wogan Commentators BARRI HAYNES and PEGGY SPENCER
Arranged by ERIC D. MORLEY
Organised by Mecca Promotions in conjunction with the Bottlers of Coca-Cola
Presented for television by BARRIE EDGAR BBC Birmingham
Dennis Price , John McCallum Sidney James , Diana Dors
Pauline Stroud , Stanley Holloway Marjorie Clark , a pretty but naïve waitress in a provincial town, enters a local beauty contest. When she wins, Marjorie imagines that she is on the way to becoming a film star, especially after she meets her screen idol, the suave Simon Abbott.
This gentle comedy from the 50s, made by Frank Launder and Sidney Gilliatt , boasts a fine supporting cast of British character actors.
Directed and produced by FRANK LAUNDER and SIDNEY GILLIATT
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(First showing on British television)
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