6.40 A Select Committee
7.5 Television and Politics - Britain: 3
7.30 Government and Policy Making
9.52 Europe from the Air Chains of Light
10.15-10.35 Music Time
In the Factory: 1
Music from the series (record REC 362, cassette ZCM 362) from record shops
A Topical Programme
What news has been in the papers, and on the air? What are people talking about at the moment? Produced by ROGER FRY
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds
Is that Me?: the first of four new pre-maths programmes looking at symmetry and reflections.
Introduced by STEPHEN TATE and Purrfecta the Pussycat
Puppet animation JOE BARTON
Producer JUDITH MILES
A Start in Life
with Donny MacLeod , Marian Foster Bob Langley and Bob Hall
Television's popular lunchtime magazine programme live from the foyer of Pebble Mill.
Editor JIM DUMIGHAN BBC Birmingham
Presented by Sam Dale.
"Bit by Bit" story sung by Rick Jones
2.1-2.18 Words and Pictures
The Monkey and the Crocodile
2.40 Going to Work: Spare Time
A film about the hobbies, interests and sports pursued by young workers in their leisure time. Narrator NICK ROSS Producer ROY THOMPSON
from Crediton, Devon
For all the saints (Sine nomine): Blessed Winfrith (Neaden); And can it be? (Sagina); Freely, freely; Lord Christ (Gonfalon Royal); All things bright and beautiful (Royal Oak); My spirit longs for thee (Maria Jung und Zart); Father, Lord of all creation (Abbot's Leigh)
starring Keith Chegwin with special guests
Martha and the Muffins The Chords
Rocky Sharpe and the Replays this week's hit sounds and top pop fun and games.
The irrepressible Cheggers will be assisted by VIVIENNE MCKONE and GORDON ASTLEY leading their twin teams the 'Yellows' and the' Reds'.
Designer BARRY ROACII
Director JOHNNIE STEWART
Producer MIKE STEPHENS. BBC Manchester
with Simon Groom, Christopher Wenner, Tina Heath
by ELISABETH BERESFORD
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
Look North, Look North West South Today, Look East Midlands Today, Points West
Spotlight South West present news and views in your region tonight. Then at 6.20 Frank Bough , Sue
Lawley Hugh Scully , John Stapleton and Bob Wellings are the team that bring you Britain's most-watched current affairs programme.
Producers ANDREW CLAYTON , LINO FERRARI IAN SQUIRES , RICHARD TAIT Deputy editor DAVID LLOYD Editor HUGH WILLIAMS
Robert Robinson takes the chair in the fifth match of this exciting contest between families from all over the United Kingdom. Tonight
THE MILLS FAMILY from Darlington, Co Durham, challenges
THE SENIOR FAMILY from Werrington, Stoke-on-Trent
Producer ROSALIND GOLD
A film series starring with Gold Fever
Boss Hogg's passion for making a fast buck dishonestly lands him in trouble when he falls for a couple of con men.
Music specially composed and sung by WAYLON JENNINGS Written by SI ROSE
Directed by PAUL BAXLEY
Uncle Jesse Duke:
The Real Unemployed
' Unemployment reaches post-war record '. That was last month's headline. This month's figures, released tomorrow, will probably be worse. But is there a growing discrepancy between the unemployment figures and the human facts? Peter Taylor reports on an investigation that shows how the ' real unemployed ' are not revealed in the monthly count. Who are they? How numerous are they? And what are their problems? These questions are answered in tonight's programme.
Presented by Fred Emery
Producers TAM FRY, DAVID GRAHAM Deputy editor ELWYN PARRY JONES Editor ROGER BOLTON
Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
Burt Lancaster , Audrey Hepburn
In this spectacular Western, Audrey Hepburn stars as a young girl who becomes the subject of racial bigotry and family tensions, when her Indian parentage is discovered. The situation worsens when her brother - Kiowa warrior - decides that she must return to her own race. John Huston weaves an intricate pattern of strained loyalties, prejudice and savagery in this unusual movie - notable for its superb photography and a strong cast dominated by veteran actress Lillian Gish.
Screenplay by BEN MADDOW
Based on a novel by ALAN LE MAY Produced by JAMES HILL
Directed by JOHN HUSTON. Films: page 19
The fourth of ten films presenting a personal view of the European countryside by David Bellamy. Doge City
Once Venice was said to be the greenest city in Europe, now many of its magnificent gardens are gone and the few remnants are mostly wilderness. But the nature lover has much to discover among the campos and canals of the city usually visited for art treasures.
Film editor JOHN BILLINGHAM
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY
Book 4 (same title), 60p, from bookshops