6.40Photochemical Pathways. 7.S Aerials and Radar. 7.30 Lens Design.
Richard Whitmore , Moira Stuart
Weather ANNE PURVIS
A See-Saw programme by DAVID MCKEE
King Rollo finds that bread is sometimes best.
Narration RAY BROOKS
Music DUNCAN LAMONT Animation LEO BELTOFT
Production CLIVE JUSTER
Among his bric-a-brac, BRIAN CANT finds beads, a bugle and a bicycle, and in the book box A Number of Bears by DEAN WALLEY , illustrated by FRANCIS YAMESHITA.
Written and directed by NICK WILSON Produced by MICHAEL COLE
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
A serial in five parts
3: Two boys on holiday face disasters. Joey needs help when his father is injured and Tom is running away from the police.'
Directed by LARRY ELIKANN Written by ART WALLACE
A DANIEL WILSON production
Tom Redhawk GUiLLERMO:
with Paul McDowell
with Su Ingle and Michael Jordan There are 2,750 miles of coastline around Britain, and no one lives more than 80 miles from the sea-shore. There's any amount of wildlife that you can see along the shore exposed when the tide goes out, and there are even some marine nature reserves. MIKE finds the crabs and starfish, while SUE takes their portraits underwater. How do you film animals underground? MIKE learns the secret of how one top wildlife cameraman is filming rabbits inside their warren.
Directors MOIRA MANN , MARION ZUNZ and PAUL APPLEBY
Producer MIKE BEYNON. BBC Bristol
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today South East at Six
Points West, South Today Spotlight South West and at 6.25
With SUE LAWLEY and RICHARD KERSHAW
Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise
The inimitable pair star in this lively comedy as traffic wardens on a Riviera holiday. Murder and mayhem ensue when they unwittingly get mixed up with a gang of jewel thieves who plan to use their vintage car to smuggle gems out of France.
Screenplay by s. C. GREEN , R. M. HILLS , PETER BLACKMORE
Produced by HUGH STEWART
Directed by CLIFF OWEN . Films: page 9
Introduced by Bernard Falk
Two teams, one from Oxford, the other from Cambridge, accept the challenge to cope with the unknown for 24 hours in the open. Their mission is to retrieve an isotope from a fallen satellite and it's a race against the clock. But that's a long way away yet. Tonight's problems include finding a tape recorder buried in the sand, leaping into icy water to retrieve some canisters, making a generator, flying a kite ...
on behalf of the Conservative Party
with John Humphrys and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman
The bright lights and busy streets -the low dives and dark alleys-cops and crooks - doctors and lawyers -the good and the bad- this is the city - these are the people. starring
Outside the Law
Walking her dog late at night Megan suddenly sees an attempted murder. When later she pieces together seemingly unrelated incidents to try to find a motive for the crime the young lawyer succeeds in making herself a target for death.
Written by ROBERT W. GILMER , BOB foster Directed by ROD HOLCOMB
Police Officer Joe Gilland:
0 Z Tate:
Dr Judith Bergstrom:
Dr Max Carson:
from Oslo, Norway The Bislett Games
Highlights from this evening's meeting which includes some of the world's top athletic talents. The star event is the 3,000m, and Henry Rono and David Moorcroft compete in a possible dress rehearsal for the Commonwealth Games in Brisbane in October.
Among the athletes taking part are Kratochvilova, Kathy Small -wood, John Walker , Steve Scott , Todorova and Fatima Whitbread. Commentators DAVID COLEMAN
RON PICKERING , STUART STOREY Introduced by FRANK BOUGH With BRENDAN FOSTER
TV presentation by NORWEGIAN TV SERVICE
Jimmy Hill looks forward to tomorrow's important semi-final matches both in Barcelona and Seville.