JOHN EARLE continues his series of nine programmes about the techniques of rock-climbing. with RON JAMES
4: A bseiling and Prusiking
Directed by John RICKWORD Producer JOHN DOBSON
While Ron and Dale are working on a railroad, Lassie finds it's easier to get into trouble than to get out of it.
Gobs of Gobaloons
The adventures of a cool bear and his way-out companions in a quite impossible zoo.
in The Count
Eric Campbell suffers further indignities at Charlie's hand when they both pose as Count Broko, the suitor of a wealthy heiress.
Written and directed by CHARLIE CHAPLIN New music composed by ALAN ROPER Musical director DENNIS WILSON
Executive producer WILLIAM FITZWATER
International from the West Course,
Wentworth HARRY CARPENTER introduces coverage of the opening holes as the leaders start the third round of this 166,000 tournament. NICK FALDO and Australian GREG NORMAN return from the United States to make their first appearance of the year in Europe. Commentators
PETER ALLISS , CLIVE CLARK BRUCE CRITCHLEY , ALEX HAY
RICHARD TILLING , ALASTAIR SCOTT
Executive producer DAVID kenning
(Further golf coverage follows in Grandstand, and tonight there are highlights on BBC2 at 11.30 pm)
(Golf of a different nature is on tonight in Around with Alliss on BBC2 at 7.55)
based on the books by FRANKLIN W. DIXON and CAROLYN KEENE This week: in The Lady on Thursday at Ten
Driving down a dark New York alley in pouring rain. Nancy accidentally knocks down a pedestrian - and that is just the beginning of a terrifying series of events ...
Written by Christopher crows directed by joseph plvney
with Kenneth Kendall; Weatherman
starring Terry Wogan
You can keep your feet warm by wearing a hat. True or false?
Each week two teams of contestants join Terry for this comedy-game show about hoaxes, spoofs, and tall stories.
Find out just how gullible the two teams are, as well as the family at home, when Terry asks them to judge the authenticity of obscure objects, faulty films and the surprising secrets of a Star Personality.
JEREMY BEADLE and TONY HAWES Sound LAURIE TAYLOR
Lighting FETER WESSON Designer BOB COVE
Director KEITH STEWART
Producer MARCUS plantin
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Raymond Burr with Ted Shackelford , James Canning Jeannie Fitzsimmons
While serving a prison sentence for a crime he did not commit. Frank Jordan studied criminal law. Now, years later, an eminently successful lawyer, he is dedicated to helping those unjustly convicted - giving them the ' Jordan Chance'.
With the help of his three assistants, Jordan sets out to help Elena Delgado , a young office worker convicted of the murder of her former boyfriend. They find very few people who want to see the case re-opened.
Screenplay by STEPHEN j. CANNELL Produced by ROY HUGGINS Directed by JULES IRVING
(First showing on British television)
Entertainment for all the family live from the Television Theatre in London. starring Val Doonican with his special guests
Pam Ayres , The Chieftains and from America - the choral sound of Ray Charles and his Singers also featuring
Tracey Miller , Victy Silva Val Stokes with Camilla Blair , Jane Danielle and Victoria Shellard
Musical director RONNIE hazlehurst Musical associate ROGER RICHARDS
Written by CHRIS MILLER , VAL DOONICA.'I Costume designer lynda WOODFIELD Sound KEITH GUNN
Lighting KEN MACGREGOR Designer martin COLLINS
Production YVONNE LITTLEWOOD
with Kenneth Kendall
A series in 13 parts by ALEX HALEY
The extraordinary saga of one man's search for his roots which led to a best-selling book and two highly successful television series on both sides of the Atlantic. starring and 2: Kunta Kinte, captured by slave traders, endures the horrors of the long sea journey to America. After being sold to a tobacco farmer he makes the first of many attempts to escape, determined to retain his own identity.
Written for television by WILLIAM BLINN and ERNEST KINOY Produced by STAN MARGULIES
Directors DAVID GREENE , JOHN ERMAN A DAVID WOLPER production
Dr William Reynolds:
Introduced by Jimmy Hill featuring
Northern Ireland v England from
Windsor Park, Belfast and Wales v Scotland from Vetch Field, Swansea
Action highlights of this afternoon's opening matches from the Home International Soccer Championships. Commentators
JOHN MOTSON , BARRY DAVIES
Producers ALEC WEEKS
JOHN SHREWSBURY, JOHN WATTS Series producer FRED VINER Editor MIKE MURPHY
Bob Langley and Jenny Hanley introduce a cheerful, irreverent blend of music and conversation live from the foyer of Pebble Mill.
Tonight's guests include
Derek Nimmo , Lena Zavaroni and Bill Wyman of The Rolling Stones With KENNY BALL AND HIS JAZZMEN
Director boy NORTON Producer ROY RONNIE BBC Birmingham