7.40 Welfare and Politics - Britain
8.5 Mineralisation in Cornwall
A magazine for Asian viewers including discussions, review of recent news, music and stories from the communities.
Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Directed by KRISHAN GOULD BBC Birmingham
The last of five programmes on how to propagate plants, presented by GEOFFREY SMITH
Budding and Grafting
This is the practice of joining two separate living plants so that they form a permanent growing union. Techniques covered in this programme include budding for roses, patch budding for ornamental trees, and whip and tongue grafting for fruit trees.
Series producer PETER RIDING Producer BRIAN DAVIES
Gardening hints on Ceefax p 268 (BBC2)
ADAM HOPKINS in conversation with HARRY REE
Harry Ree , formerly a professor at York University, is now a classroom teacher in a London comprehensive. He gives a vigorous defence of the performance in practice of comprehensive schools.
Director PAULA GILDER
Producer JENNY ROGERS Repeat)
A series of 20 programmes 19: Tourism in Moscow.
And Goodbye, Summer: episode 14
Drama script ALISTAIR BEATON Film editor RICHARD SIDWELL Producer TERRY DOYLE
A second-stage Italian language series: ten programmes looking at Italy today. 9: Firenze
A city dominated by the past defends itself against the ravages of time-and the weather.
Produced by MADDALENA FAGANDINI
with ROY HUDD and IRENE THOMAS
' Any civilised society has a special obligation to those who have completed their working life.' The CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER talks to Parliamentary Correspondent CHRISTOPHER JONES about the implications of his recent statement.
Director GILES OAKLEY Producer BRIGIT BARRY
from All Saints' Church, Breadsall, Derbyshire
When I Needed a Neighbour
In this family service, THE REV PHILIP CROWE asks what difference the arrival in the village last month of 60 Vietnamese refugees has made to understanding the goodness of God.
Organist WILLIS CARTER
Television presentation MICHAEL SHOESMITH BBC Birmingham
with PHILIP WRIXON
Producer john KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers MICHAEL FISH
A series of ten programmes, spanning six centuries, which features Arthur Negus enjoying his favourite subject -furniture. 3: William and Mary
Religious turmoil results in an influx of Continental craftsmen who bring their ideas and skills with them-including the art of marquetry. Presented by HUGH SCULLY
Production PAUL SMITH , ROBIN DRAKE
BBC Bristol (First broadcast on BBCt)
James Stewart , Vera Miles
The story of J. Edgar Hoover 's G-Men, seen through the eyes of one agent, Chip Hardesty, and his family. Hardesty and his fellow operators confront such deadly opponents as ' Babyface ' Nelson, ' Prettyboy ' Floyd, John Dillinger and ' Machinegun ' Kelly.
ScreenpLay by RICHARD L. BREEN andJOHN TWIST based on the book by DON WHITEHEAD
Produced and directed by MERVYN LEROY Films: page 17
Introduced by John Craven from the Arena, Wembley
Last autumn two dozen marching bands took part in the second British Marching Band Championships. Trumpet and drum corps, military-type bands, drums and bugles. All were there to perform for about eight minutes in front of a wide-ranging panel of judges who marked on display and showmanship, drill and deportment, and musical effect, to decide on the British Champion.
Presented by LARRY WESTLAND
In conjunction with the Association of Musical Instruments Industries
Championships director STEPHEN JOHNSON Television presentation KEN GRIFFIN
The Belgian International Flower Show
Opened by The King and Queen of The Belgians, and visited by half a million people, the Floralies can only be described as ' one of the greatest flower shows in the world'.
In just five days the Congress centre in Ghent is transformed, as the seasons are drawn together into a blazing display of colour: Belgian azaleas, Italian roses and Dutch daffodils.
Peter Seabrook walks the three miles in and amongst the international exhibits, including ' An English Country Garden', the official British entry.
Director LAURENCE VULLUMY Producer MICHAEL LUMLBY
A series of eight programmes in which BARBARA WOODHOUSE demonstrates her own quick method of training dogs and their owners. 5: Come When Called
This is the most vital exercise of all, and should preferably be taught at an early age before a dog becomes too interested in scents and other dogs.
Producer PETER RIDlNG
Richard Whitmore ; Weatherman
by NEIL MUNRO , dramatised in six parts by TOM WRIGHT withand
5: Count Victor hears about the pressures on Baron Lamond to sell Doom Castle. At the inn he finds out that Sim MacTaggart is the mysterious serenader and following a message to meet ' Drimdarroch' at the bridge, he fights a duel with his old enemy. Mac Callum. But MacCallum is not Drimdarroch.
Flute theme composed by GEORGE NCILWHAM
Producer PHARIC MACLAREN
Directed by PETER MOFFATT. BBC Scotland
Duke of Argyll:
from Hemel Hempstead
In the second of Britain's post-war new towns Geoffrey Wheeler looks at wall-paintings preserved for five centuries in this Hertfordshire community, and talks to people like ALAN AND JEAN SAUN- . DERS who adopted a child from Vietnam. They join people from local churches to sing their favourite hymns in Marlowe's Baptist Church.
Conductor MERVYN BURY Organist ALFRED HEATON
Producer CHRISTIAN FORSSANDER Series producer RAYMOND SHORT i for hymns see Monday at 3.15 pm)
Rodney Bewes , James Bolam
This feature film version of one of television's most popular comedy series takes the irrepressible Tynesiders, Bob and Terry, on a wild holiday trip through the north of England. Bob's wife, Thelma, thinks that a nice caravan holiday will persuade Terry to settle down to domestic life but with a glamorous Scandinavian making up the party the week is full of surprises.
Screenplay by DICK CLEMENT and IAN LA FRENAIS Produced by AIDA YOUNG
Directed by MICHAEL TUCHNER. Films: p 17 (First showing on British television)
Somebody's Telling Lies by DAVID CRANE , starring with Burton learns that his arms deal has not worked, but counteracts quickly by ' 'poaching' a titled safari park owner to fly his animals in from Africa.
Series devised by eric paice, n. J crisp Script editor John BRASON Designer MARY spencer
Producer GERARD cluster
Director TRISTAN DE VERE COLE
de Vere Cole
The Lightweight Championship of the World
Jim Watt (SCOTLAND), the champion, v
Howard Davis (UNITED
STATES), the challenger
Exclusive coverage from Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow, of last night's Mike Barrett/Mickey Duff promotion, sponsored by Whyte and Mackay.
JIM WATT'S third defence of the WBC crown earns him a new title, ' the million-dollar man'. His share of the purse money makes him the highest paid British fighter in history. Twenty four-year-old HOWARD davis has had 13 professional fights. He was a gold medallist in the 1976 Montreal Olympics, where he was voted ' best boxer of the us team ' - a team that also included Sugar Ray Leonard and John Tate.
Commentator HARRY CARPENTER
Television presentation DILL MALCOLM
At the heart of the events which make news lie deeper concerns: the principles on which decisions are based, the effective values and beliefs which are shaping society. In this week's filmed report, Peter France considers the strengths and weaknesses of the values behind this week's headlines.
Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF Producers
DAVIS M. THOMPSON and COLIN CAMERON
A series of five programmes in which writers of science fiction talk about their work.
3: JOHN BRUNNER , master of chilling visions of the near future where over-population, industrial pollution and intrusive computers threaten civilisation itself.
Director FRANK AM
Producer BRENDA HORSFIELD