6.40 Happy Landing. 7.5 Zone Fossils.
7.30 Human Factors in Aviation.
Weather JOHN SHERWOOD
With DONNY MACLEOD , MARIAN FOSTER BOB LANGLEY and JONATHAN FULFORD Culinary expert Michael Smith tempts the taste buds of all seafood devotees when he presents A Fine Kettle of Fish.
Editor JIM DUMIGHAN BBC Birmingham
A See-Saw programme by PETER FIRMIN , OLIVER POSTGATE
Bagpuss, an old cloth cat, lives with his friends in the window of Emily's shop ... where anything can happen.
Music by SANDRA KERR , JOHN FAULKNER
Green Thumb and Out Darned Spot
Two comedy cartoons starring superhero Hong Kong Phooey and his very necessary assistant Spot, the police cat.
Clock On at the laughter factory with Mike Harding, Zelah Clarke, Chris Lillicrap, Su Pollard and The Two Runnies, Bootle at Nine, 'Horace' the Mighty Megawatt Mirth Machine, and a mixture of songs, sketches and very old jokes!
by HELEN CRESSWELL The last of six parts dramatised by JAMES ANDREW HALL The real ownership of Zero is established, the television company arrive to film the Bagthorpes at play, and Jack's final prophecy comes true. More disasters in the Bagthorpe household! Absolute Zero (3)
Music by ALAN ROPER
Photography MAURICE FISHER Film editor LIZ THOYTS Designer IAN RAWNSLEY
Executive producer ANNA HOME Director PAUL STONE
Zero, the dog:
Introduced by Tony Hart. An animation series.
Richard Whitmore ; Weatherman
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today Nationwide (London and SE) Points West, South Today Spotlight South West
Presented by FRANK BOUGH
SUE LAWLEY, RICHARD KERSHAW HUGH SCULLY and SUE COOK
Three Without Fear - Part 2
Although Dave and his Mexican friends have shaken off the latters' evil guardian, Manuel, they still face tremendous odds. For Manuel has reported them dead and the air search for Dave has been called off.
A WALT DISNEY production
by JOHN KANE starring
Terry Scott , June Whitfield
Having a new car is an exciting event for any household and Terry and June are no exception, but to have it stolen on the first night is a terrible blow.
Designer FIONA COMRIE
Producer PETER WHITMORE
starring Lena Zavaroni in the fourth of six programmes with her special guests Little and Large Gilbert O'Sullivan
Musical director ARTHUR GREENSLADE Choreographer LUDOVICO ROMANO Script NEIL SHAND
Costume designer DORINDA REA Sound HUGH BARKER
Lighting DICKIE HIGHAM Designer KENNETH SHARP
Producer STEWART MORRIS
Richard Baker ; Weatherman
The Pie in the Sky
The huge telecommunication satellites of the 80s will be able to hitch their way into space on board the US Shuttle or Europe's Ariane, where they will hang in a glittering circle high above the Equator.
Kieran Prendiville predicts every roof, car park and garden may soon sport its own dish-aerial which picks signals out of the sky and converts them into new and specialised business services and television programmes from all over Europe.
Michael Rodd talks to the manufacturers and discovers that although Britain is ahead of the game in building satellites, businessmen are denied access to the potentially vast revenues from running them-unless the law is changed. Meanwhile the French are trying to get a head-start with a policy of huge investment in La Telematique.
Research SHEILA HAYMAN
Studio director JOHN GORMAN
Executive producer JONATHAN CRANE Producer LYN GAMBLES
Introduced by Harry Carpenter
The top events, personalities and stories in sport, tonight featuring:
World Cup Football England v Romania from Wembley Stadium
After their disappointing performance against the 1982 host country Spain, Ron Greenwood 's England team face three World Cup qualifying matches in the next six weeks. Tonight's vital home fixture against unbeaten Romania, and the two away games in Basle and Budapest could decide the finalists from Group 4.
Commentator JOHN MOTSON
Action too from this week's Group 6 matches involving Scotland at home to Israel, and N Ireland who played Portugal in Belfast tonight. Professional Boxing
The Welterweight Championship of Great Britain
Last night's eagerly awaited top-of-the-bill clash on the Barrett/ Duff promotion at London's Royal Albert Hall between COLIN JONES , the hard-hitting Commonwealth champion from Gorseinon and Nottingham's KIRKLAND LAING, who lost his British title to the Welsh-man just one year ago.
Commentator HARRY CARPENTER
Football FRED VINER. Boxing BOB DUNCAN Producers JIM RESIDE, JOHN ROWLINSON
with Robert Kee
A weekly look at what is new, controversial and entertaining in the world of paperback books.
Sir John Gielgud talks about An Actor and His Time, the story of his life in the theatre.
Gita Mehta discusses the commercialisation of the mystic East in her book Karma Cola and Ray Connolly has a look at some new paperbacks dealing with show business.
Research DOROTHY SPOKES, KATE MEYNELL Producers
JULIAN JEBB , ROSEMARY BOWEN-JONES
by BILL MORRISON
When five girls start jogging in Liverpool's Sefton Park they soon encounter predictable male opposition. The result is a comedy that ends with a relay race of Wagnerian proportions.
Film cameraman BOB SLEIGH Film recordist MALCOLM HILL Film editor JOHN GROVE Producer MIKE HEALEY DirectorCHRIS BOND
A BBC production in association with The Everyman Theatre, Liverpool.