DAVID VINE continues his series of eight programmes about the art of fencing with BOB ANDERSON and KEN PEARSON 7: Sabre to music
Director john RICKWORD Producer JOHN DOBSON BBC Bristol
with Noel Edmonds introducing a three-hour live non-stop entertainment.
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Swaporama with Keith Chegwin
(Not only swapping, but happenings for everyone.) Where? Here's a clue: he's ' Wey' out there somewhere-and if you want to join him, you can find out early this morning which ' Wey' to go.
9.45* Tom and Jerry in Touche Pussy Cat
Sock It to Them!
Sarah Jackson has a neat and natty collection - patterned socks. As far as we know she's the only sock fancier in the country, but with your help, she could find a pair News Swap with John Craven and his story of the week. Standby all stringers! We want to hear your views.
10.45* It's Scooby Doo and The No-faced Zombie Chase Case
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Plenty of music this morning including the Electric Light Orchestra with their new chart entry 'Sweet Talking Woman'. And meet some 'sweet talking women- too-The Nolan Sisters. If you want to know their family secrets, give them a ring. Star Swap Sexton Blake, the master of disguises, will be unmasked today. Jeremy Clyde, star of the series, will be coming in to Swap Shop this morning for a chat and a swap. Join in Noel's Top Ten Swap
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Noel Edmonds is the castaway in Desert Island Discs tonight. Radio 4, 6.15
12.28 pm Weather MICHAEL FISH
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Introduced by Frank Bough
Bob Wilson looks at the news, the action and personalities surrounding today's League action in England and Scotland.
1.0; 2.10; 3.55*
The Colgate World Matchplay Championship The semi-finals
Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER from the West Course, Wentworth
Amidst the magnificent autumnal setting of this famous course, four of the world's top players compete over 36 holes to decide who will go through to tomorrow's final rounds.
Commentators PETER ALLISS CLIVE CLARK , ALEX HAY MARK MCCORMACK and HENRY COTTON
Australian Rules Victorian Football League Grand Final from Melbourne
Unique to Australia, the game of 'Australian Rules' is considered to be one of that country's major sports. The action is always spectacular and very fast and that was the case when North Melbourne ('The Kangaroos') met the Hawthorns ('The Hawks') in this year's final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Boxing from the Ulster Hall, Belfast
Light Welterweight Championship of Great Britain
Clinton McKenzie v Jim Montague (Croydon) (Coventry)
Highlights of the match between former ABA Champion Clinton McKenzie and the older and more experienced professional Jim Montague, the Irish Champion.
Commentator HARRY CARPENTER
1.50; 2.20; 2.50*
Racing from Ascot
2.0 The Hyperion Stakes (7f)
2.30 Princess Royal Stakes (Urn)
3.0 Bovis Stakes (Handicap) (5f)
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN JULIAN WILSON and JIMMY LINDLEY
The 1978 Cricket Awards
The fourth annual cricket awards are presented 'live' in the Grandstand studios this afternoon. FRANK BOUGH introduces highlights of an exciting summer and is joined by cricket's outstanding players and personalities for the presentation of trophies. Among the awards is the one, decided by public vote, to the cricketer whose performance gave most pleasure to viewers during the year.
4.40* Final Score
Classified football results, reports of the day's major League matches, racing and rugby results and the latest information from other sporting events.
12.35 Football Focus; 1.1 Golf
1.15 Australian Rules; 1.35 Boxing
1.54 Racing; 2.18 Golf
2.20 Racing; 2.40 Sports Round-up
2.50 Racing; 3.10 Cricket
3.55 Golf; 4.48 Final Score
* Timings are subject to alteration
Football Focus MIKE MURPHY
Racing DENNIS MONGER
International Golf A. P. WILKINSON, Richard TILLING, FRED VINER , ALASTAIR SCOTT
Australian Rules AUSTRALIAN tv service
Grandstand producer MARTIN HOPKINS
Editor HAROLD ANDERSON
with Peter Woods ; Weatherman
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Producers CRISPIN EVANS , clive EditorDOIG ROSEMARY GILL
Starring Tom Baker
A four-part story by Douglas Adams.
The Doctor and Romana have discovered the Captain's terrible secret. They enlist the aid of the powerful Mentiads to attack him. But the Captain has new tricks up his sleeve and prepares instant obliteration for them all.
(There is currently a Dr Who exhibition on display on Blackpool's Golden Mile until the end of October)
Record, Dr Who Sound Effects (use 316), from record shops.
Voice of K9:
starring Larry Grayson with Isla St Clair
Family couples from all over the country compete in a test of their general knowledge, skill, ingenuity.
Orchestra conducted by RONNIE HAZLEHURST Programme associate TONY HAWES Designer TONY BURROUGH Director MARCUS PLANTIN Producer ALAN BOYD
Executive producer ROBIN NASH See Letters pages
from the books by JAMES HERRIOT A serial in 14 episodes starring with Peter Davison and Carol Drinkwater
4: The Beauty of the Beast adapted by JOHNNY BYRNE
Walt Barnett is a scrap merchant who ill-treats his horses - and is equally unpleasant about the cost of calling in the vet. He considers they always over-charge for their treatment - but Siegfried manages to find the right charge for ill-treatment ...
Music composed by JOHNNY PEARSON Film cameraman MIKE WILLIAMS Designer TIM DANN
Producer BILL SELLARS
Directed by PETER MOFFATT BBC Birmingham
Theme music, By Request, (REB 326), from record shops
starring Syd Little and Eddie Large with The Drifters, and GEOFF RICHER'S BIRDS OF A FEATHER
Choreography GEOFFREY RICHER Vocal direction MAGGIE STREDDER
RONNIE HAZLEHURST AND HIS ORCHESTRA Vocal backing THE LADYBIRDS Written by ERIC DAVIDSON
EDDIE BRABEN. DAVID RENWICK Designer ANNA RIDLEY Producer MICHAEL BURLL
Paul Michael Glaser as Starsky David Soul as Hutch The Game
For Starsky, a desperate race against time to find his partner begins as an innocent game of hide-and-seek but becomes highly dangerous for Hutch, who comes under attack from two merciless killers, one human, the other not.
with Peter Woods ; Weather
First Division action presented by Jimmy Hill
Commentators BARRY DAVIES and JOHN MOTSON are in the Midlands and the South, reporting on teams well known for their open-style approach. jimmy HILL analyses the games, and listens to your Talking Point of the Week. Plus the Pools check and the day's other headlines from TONY GUBBA.
Studio director JOHN ROWLINSON
Producers JOHN MCGONAGLE , HUW JONES Series producer ALEC WEEKS Editor MIKE MURPHY
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MUSIC HARRY STONEHAM Director IAN HAMILTON Producer JOHN FISHER