with Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart
Weather MICHAEL FISH
(London and SE only: Financial Report, and News Headlines With subtitles)
The regular team of presenters is joined by Tony Bilbow , who talks to Dudley Moore about, among many other things, his new, film, Arthur Editor PETER HERCOMBE BBC Birmingham
A See-Saw programme Presented by SAM DALE
What goes up, comes down. That's fine on earth, but not in space. In the story sung by BARBARA COURTNEY-KING , an 'ordinary' boy walks on air - for a while.
Story animation TONY WHITE
Written and directed by MARTIN FISHER Produced by MICHAEL. COLE
With JOHN THAW
Eight programmes for and about parents who are concerned about the way they treat their young children.
5: Keep it in the Family
Director MARION ALLINSON
Producer BERNARD ADAMS (Part 6: tomorrow at 2.0 pm)
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(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
Presenters Elizabeth Millbank, Fred Harris
A cartoon series
Mighty Mouse comes to the rescue in a village battle. (Repeat)
with Willie Rushton Winnie the Pooh by A. A. MILNE Today:
Pooh Invents a New Game
A cartoon series
Dracula is back but now he is helping people through the descendants of infamous monsters. So it's Drak Junior, Frankie Franken stein and Howler who fry to foil the diabolical plots of Dr Dred, the villainous leader of The Organisation of Generally Rotten Endeavours.
A serial in fiveparts by RICHARD COOPER
3: Andy is mysteriously taken off the missile investigation. Martin and Sue begin to realise the full horror of their work.
Photography PETER BALL
Sound recordist BILL WILD Film editor KATE RIVERS Designer MARJORIE PRATT
Producer PAUL STONE. Director MARILYN FOX
Sir Hugh Francis:
with Richard Baker ; 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 and the Nationwide reporting team
by JANE HOLLOWOOD featuring
Julia Williams , Ken Sharrock Judith Jacob , Sarah Lam Joanna Monro
Darryn goes to the same school as Tracey's brother. Could he be in trouble as well? Rose gets an unwelcome visitor at the nurses' home ..
Script editor TONY BOLLAND Producer JULIA smith
Directed by STEPHEN BUTCHER
James Garner as Jim Rockford Caledonia , it's Worth a Fortune
Not all gold-diggers are female, as Rockford finds out when he embarks on a hunt for buried treasure with a five-word clue to its location.
Directed by STUART MARGOLIN
Produced by STEPHEN j. CANNELL
A film about children who want to perform and the parents who encourage them.
At the London audition for the screen musical Annie, 2,000 little girls turned up. One was 11-year-old MARSHA ANNE BLAND, Whose dream is 'to share the stage with Frank Sinatra. '
The five-year-old Haley twins are in a new spy film. They call acting 'pretend.' But 15-year-old DEXTER FLETCHER is an old hand-Baby Face in Bugsy Malone , Puck at Glyndebourne.
THE SINGERS are named after their parents' boarding-house in Margate. They made a record called Ginger Tom and perform it in unusual places ...
The rewards are glamour, fame, perhaps even Hollywood. Will all their dreams come true? Or are they just High Hopes?
Research LAURA GAVSHON
Film cameramen IAN STONE
CHRIS MORPHET , ERNEST VINCZE Film editor NEIL THOMSON Producer JONATHAN GILI
with John Humphrys ; Weatherman
by ROGER MILNER from the book Convoy is to Scatter by CAPT JACK BROOME starring
' That order to scatter was as good as a death sentence to those merchant ships. And there isn't one officer or rating who doesn't agree with me.'
LlghtiQg NIGEL WRIGHT Designer JOHN HURST
Script editor BRENDA REID
Producer INNES LLOYD
Director FRANK cox
Chief Yeoman Blood:
Surg Lt McKendrick:
Lt Colin Beale:
Adm Jack Tovey:
Third Officer Wren (Angela):
Lt Cdr Peter Gretton:
Lt Cdr Hollerith:
Sqn Ldr Maxwell:
First Lord A V Alexander:
First party glrl:
Second party girl:
If I should go before the rest of you
Break not a flower nor inscribe a stone,
Nor when I'm gone speak in a Sunday voice
But be the usual selves that I have known
Weep if you must, Parting is hell,
But life goes on, So sing as well. (JOYCE GRENFELL )
A programme celebrating Joyce Grenfell 's many talents and telling the story of her full and happy life which, as she said, was ' unsought, unplanned and on the whole exciting, enjoyable and unexpected '.
The highlights of her career are illustrated with extracts from her films, her monologues and songs, and memories from:
William Blezard , Joseph Cooper Virginia Graham , Clive James Cleo Laine , Athene Seyler John Ward RA
Elisabeth Welch and Celia Johnson who also narrates the programme
Executive producer BILL MORTON Produced by GEOFFREY BAINES
Joyce Grenfell is in Women of Our Time, Thursday at 3.55 pm
The last of seven programmes in Which NORMAN ST JOHN-STEVAS goes to visit friends from public life for a relaxed discussion on politics, religion and the arts.
Producer JENNIFER DAVIES