9.35 Encounter: Germany Meeting Point
9.53 Treffpunkt: Deutschland An Ort und Stelle
10.10 Look and Read The Boy from Space:
Where is Tom?
10.35 Resource Units: Religious and Moral Education
You'll Be Sorry
Watch Again (record REC 375, cassette ZCM375) from retailers
11.17 Television Club Pet Subject
11.38 Shakespeare in Perspective Twelfth Night
12.5 pm General Studies Have a Drink?
with Johnny Morris and TERRY NUTKINS
Johnny and Terry look at one of the biggest wildlife success stories of the last ten years - Project Tiger. Eleven tiger reserves have been set up in India since 1972, and the number of tigers there has doubled. In the studio Johnny comes face to face with a fully grown tigress, while Terry comes nose to nose with an elephant. Why? To prove you can fool a human's sense of smell, but you can't fool an elephant!
Director MOIRA MANN
Producer MIKE BEYNON
Part 15: by ALAN JANES
Roland can't seem to do anything right - and Gripper makes his life a misery.
Series devised byPHIL REDMOND
Designers DINAH WALKER , GWEN EVANS Producersusi HUSH
Director JOHN PROWSE
Grange Hill pupils:Fay Lucas:
Janet St Clair:
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today Nationwide - South East at Six Points West, South Today Spotlight South West
DAVID DIMBLEBY and FRANK BOUGH report on the news stories that matter and what they mean for the people of Britain, with films and features from the programme's team of reporters nationwide: LUKE CASEY, PATTIE COLDWELL JOHN HITCHINS , JAMES HOGG
BILL KERR ELLIOTT , LAURIE MAYER
FRAN MORRISON , MARGARET NELSON MICHAEL WALE , TONY WILKINSON
NICHOLAS WOOLLEY , GLYN WORSNIF
Questionmaster David Coleman
Willie Carson and Bill Beaumont captain two teams of sporting celebrities. David Coleman tests their knowledge of sport's faces, facts and feats, reviving memories of the greatest - and funniest - moments in sport.
Director PETER HAYWARD Producer MIKE ADLEY
Executive producer HAZEL LEWTHWAITE
BBC videobook, Harry Carpenter 's Videobook of Sport (bbcv 5011) £37.95 from retailers
Legacy of Murder
A lighthearted thriller in six parts filmed entirely on location starring
Dick Emery and written by JOHN STEVEN SINGER 2: Holy Smoke featuring
Richard Vernon , Vivienne Martin and Barry Evans
Bernie Weinstock , a small-time detective, has found the first person he has been employed to track down, only to see him plunge to his death just as he made contact. Was it an accident or murder? The search for the second person on the list takes him to Somerset.
Incidental musicJACK POINT Costume designer pip BRYCE Make-up artist JILL HAGGER
Film cameraman EUGENE CARR Film editor MIKE JACKSON DesignerJOHN STOUT
Producer HAROLD SNOAD
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
Man at wake:
DAVE CALDERHEAD, BIZLEY:
Girl at rectory:
Mrs Oldfield/Bernie Weinstock/Joe Galleano/Milkman:
Written by glen Charles and les Charles Directed by JAMES BURROWS
Louie de Palma:
A comedy by JIM ALLEN
Every man needs just one night out, off the leash. Willie's attempt to prove himself provides a painfully funny and painfully sad comment on the battle of the sexes.
Woddis On ... page 81
International Football England v
Exclusive coverage of tonight's Home International Championship match at Wembley.
This year's Championship takes on a special significance for England, Northern Ireland and Scotland as they begin their build up to the World Cup Finals. Tonight's managers Ron Greenwood and Billy Bingham will hope to see in their respective teams the blend which will make them a force to be reckoned with in Spain next June. Commentator BARRY DAVIES Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER
TV presentation by FRED VINER Producer JIM RESIDE
Editor HAROLD ANDERSON
The past few months have seen growing differences between America and her European allies about how to handle relations with Russia. President Reagan seems to have adopted a hard line and is seeking massive increases in his defence budget. In the last of four interviews Richard Kershaw talks to US Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger.
Producer JENNIFER DAVIES
Executive producer PETER IBBOTSON
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