6.40 Sun. Cities and Smog. 7.5 Lightning Does Strike Twice. 7.30 The Third Dimension.
Science Workshop Floating: 2
Presenters DAVID HARGREAVES MALCOLM MCFEE , LILIAN EVANS Guest STUART WELFORD Director JOHN CHAPPLE
Producer MICHAEL COYLE
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds, and adults watching with them.
A Day in the Country
10.15 Everyday Maths
Fast and Furious
11.0 Words and Pictures
Frog and Toad Together
11.17-11.37 Today and Tomorrow
The Dawning of the Solar Age
12.5 pm Ensemble
A 24-part French course for beginners: 23
Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart Weather MICHAEL FISH
(London and SE only: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Michael Smith joins the regular presenting team for his series Just Desserts with more lavish ideas for the sweet course.
A See-Saw programme
Presented by SAM DALE. Hit and Miss Close your eyes and see if you can draw a complete circle. Then draw a target and see if, with your eyes shut, you can hit the bull's eye.
In the story sung by CAROL LEADER an arrow has some near-misses on its way to a hit.
2.1 Watch. Moses in Egypt The Plagues
2.18 Near and Far
Office Moves Out
Back in the Past
A programme for children under 5
Never Ape an Apeman .
Scooby and his friends are offered roles in a film when the real cast are too frightened to perform.
starring Brian Cant in an entertainment of jokes, comedy and music. with Delia Morgan, Alex Norton, Janine Sharp and Jonathan Cohen with the Play Away Band.
with the latest news and information on our wildlife, with Su Ingle and Michael Jordan.
It's one of our rarest, most elusive, beautiful and aggressive animals. And your chances of seeing one in the wild are virtually nil. It's the pine marten, and Mike comes face-to-face with one in Scotland. In Northern Ireland Su and Mike hire a boat to go and watch a colony of common seals.
Do you and your friends ever carry out wildlife projects? What about your school? If you do, or if you want to have a go at encouraging wildlife, then tune in today when Wildtrack announces the start of a national award scheme.
BACK PAGE: 90
with Richard Baker Weatherman
Look North West, Midlands Today
South East at Six
Points West, South Today Spotlight South West and at 6.25
SUE LAWLEY and RICHARD KERSHAW
with David Bellamy
The last of five films which explore the strange landscapes of Australia where evolution has produced many surprises.
The Present from Gondwanaland
Photography BUTCH CALDERWOOD
Producer MIKE weatherley
Martin Milner , Andy Devine
Chris is a boy who loves animals and hates zoos. Miserable when his pet mountain lion is locked up, he turns a whole zoo full of animals loose in his city-with alarming results. The havoc he causes means elephants in garages, monkeys in the toyshop and a zebra in the kitchen as dozens of animals steal the scenes in this hilarious adventure-comedy.
Screenplay by ART ARTHUR
From a story by ELGIN CIAMPI
Produced and directed by IVAN TORS
Dr Del Hartwood:
Chief of Police:
with John Humphrys Weatherman
The Call of the Mild
Bobby's ' rugged ' lumberjack beer commercial inspires the cabbies with romantic notions of a back-to-nature, mountain holiday.
Louie de Palma:
Introduced by Harry Carpenter Rugby League:
The State Express
Challenge Cup Final
Hull v Widnes
Hull staged a dramatic comeback at Wembley to draw the Final at 14-14 after trailing 6-14 well into the second half. They haven't won this famous trophy since 1914 and tonight at Elland Road in Leeds they try again. Commentators
RAY FRENCH and ALEX MURPHY FA Cup Preview:
Cup finals in England and Scotland are just three days away, and Sportsnight looks forward to the great occasions, Tottenham Hot-spur against Queen's Park Rangers at Wembley, and Rangers against Aberdeen at Hampden Park.
Plus highlights of the VEFA Cup Final - second-leg - between S V HAMBURG and IFK GOTHENBURG.
Rugby League NICK hunter Producer jim reside
Editor HAROLD ANDERSON
(The Cup Final features on the cover o/ next week's RADIO times.)
The Beaminster and District Gardens and Allotments Society goes to Chelsea
Reporter John Pitman
The members of a gardening club in Dorset are given the chance to design a garden for Chelsea, the greatest flower show on earth.
The garden was entirely planned and stocked by the amateurs, though they were advised by professionals like Percy Thrower, Geoffrey Smith and Bill Sower-butts.
In the end, the little local society compete with professional nursery-men from all over the world and try to win a coveted gold medal.
Producer ESTHER RANTZEN