With TONY HART and Morph Tony plays with coloured water, damp card and wallpaper paste to make some pictures. The Caretaker phones to check on his fish, and Morph goes for a swim at exactly the wrong time!
The Prudential Trophy England v Australia from Edgbaston
PETER WEST introduces the whole of this morning's play in the second and last of these 55-overs-a-side matches. Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
JIM LAKER , TOM GRAVENEY
TV presentation NICK HUNTER , BILL TAYLOR
Racing from Goodwood
2.0 The Rookwood Apprentices Handicap (Hm)
2.30 Harvest Nursery Handicap (5f)
3.0 Bentinck Stakes (Handicap. lim)
3.30 The Waterford Candelabra Stakes (7f)
A race which often spotlights a Classic filly for the following season.
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Commentator PETER O'SULLEVAN JIMMY LINDLEY , JOHN HANMER
Show Jumping from Hickstead
Today's featured event is the W. D. and H. 0.
Wills Derby Trial which gives the riders their first opportunity to come down the famous Derby Bank. Last year Eddie Macken was the first person to win both the Derby Trial and the Derby - can that achievement be repeated this year? Introduced by DAVID VINE
Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS
Television presentation Racing JOHN MCNICHOLAS Show Jumping producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
Racing tips and results on Ceejax
Peter Purves and Sue Cook with the final programme in their Weekend Diary of events and attractions tomorrow, Sunday and Monday.
Producer DAVID BROWN. BBC Manchester (For factsheets send large sae to [address removed])
Answer-phone numbers: London [number removed]; Manchester [number removed]: Bristol 0[number removed]; Glasgow [number removed]
Chris Harris sets out in his crazy pink caravan and discovers the fascination of bird-breeding, the eccentric world of sea-cycling, and follows a group of young motorcycle stunt riders to their own spectacular show.
Film editor ALAN KNIGHT Director PETER DEWRANCE
Producer PATRICK TAGGART. BBC South
The last of three films showing man's varied involvement with wild animals on land and in the sea. Giants of the Vermilion Sea Narrator Hugh Falkus
Would you swim with a 30 ton whale shark, 50 feet long and with a mouth five-feet wide - the largest fish in the world?
Krov and Ann Menuhin - husband and wife film partners in underwater adventure - did just that, and more. In the Gulf of California they cruise and dive in one of the richest but least-known seas of the world. They meet huge grey whales, basking sharks, dive-bombing pelicans and the rare blue whale. They join the sea-lions' graceful ballet - and then encounter the gigantic whale shark.
Filmed and directed by Krov Menuhin
Sound recordist Colin Tozer Film editor Hugh Tasman
BBC Bristol. Woddis: p 78
A three-part screen version of CONRAD RICHTER 'S
Pulitzer Prize-winning novel starring
Elizabeth Montgomery Hal Halbrook
Part 2: The Fields
With her father away for long periods on trading trips, Sayward Luckett , now married to Portius Wheeler , is the head of the family. More people have settled in the area and when Sayward gives a piece of Luckett land for a school, she starts a chain of events that almost destroys her marriage.
Teleplay by JAMES LEE BARRETT Produced by ROBERT E. RELYEA Directed by BORIS SAGAL
(Part 3 next Friday on BBC1)
Will Beagle W:
Tough and rough - but likeable and friendly. Two young cops walk a tightrope in the world of crime. starring and Tap Dancing Her Way Right Back into Your Heart
Starsky and Hutch go under cover to investigate a particularly nasty blackmailer (trading on vulnerable and lonely people). The blackmailer has also been responsible for two deaths.
Written by EDWARD j. LAKSO Producer JOE NAAR
Directed by FERNANDO LAMAS
A C Chambers:
written by PETER TINNISWOOD
The Great Day
At long last Uncle Mort finds himself about to embark on the long, lonely trail to the altar. But, with the Brandons, any walk of purpose is likely to end up with soggy feet and a cold in the head.
Music RONME HAZLERURST
Designer ERIC WALMSLEY . Producer BERNARD THOMPSON
The Rev Haliburton:
starring Leslie Howard with Francis L. Sullivan Mary Morris
In this latter-day version of The Scarlet Pimpernel, Leslie Howard stars as a seemingly vague professor, carrying out research in Germany. In reality he is rescuing potential victims of the Nazis. Irony, humour and romance are blended into this exciting drama.
The film, produced and directed by its star, is being shown as a complement to the tribute to Leslie Howard , featured in the BBC1 season The British Greats.
Prof Horatio Smith. LESLIE HOWARD
Screenplay by ANATOLE DE GRUNWALD , ROLAND PERTWEE and IAN DALRYMPLE
Produced and directed by LESLIE HOWARD Films: page 18
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