6.40 Plaice: Migratory Patterns. 7.5 Evolution: Adaptive Radiation. 7.30 DrinkIng Behaviour in Animals.
The NatWest Bank Trophy
Second round ,
PETER WEST introduces coverage of the whole of this morning's play from one of today's matches. Commentators RICHIE BENAUD JIM LAKER , TOM GRAVENEY Scorer WENDY WIMBUSH
Producers NICK hunter, BILL TAYLOR Scores on Ceefax
with Moira Stuart and Linda Alexander
Weather MICHAEL FISH
(London and SE only: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
A See-Saw programme by DAVID MCKEE
Narration RAY BROOKS
A See-Saw programme with BRIAN CANT
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
Story: The Ants and the Grasshopper (trad) Presenters
Carol Chell , Patrick Abcrnathy
A serial in five parts
4: Tom Redhawk is in hiding but offers to help carry Joey's injured father across the wilderness.
Suddenly they realise someone is watching them.
Directed by LARRY ELlKANN Written by ART WALLACE
A DANIEL WILSON production
with Paul McDowell
[Starring] Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith David Jones, Peter Tork
and Ben Wright as Uncle
When Davy's uncle turns up from England, a whole new way of life begins.
with Moira Stuart 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
News, views and background to current events, presented this evening by SUE LAWLEY and RICHARD KERSHAW , with contributions from BBC studios around the United Kingdom.
(Regional details as Monday)
starring Dick Emery with Derren Nesbitt , Ronald Fraser Pat Coombs. William Franklyn
Charlie Tully , king of London's con men. and his accomplice, Reggie are celebrating with their friend and landlady, Libby Niven. before setting off to Switzerland with the latest swag. Unfortunately, Charlie cannot resist selling a ' stray' bulldog to some Americans ...
Dick Emery , much-loved comedian and master of make-up, plays a con man in eight different disguises in this racy comedy written specially for him.
Screenplay by JOHN WARREN and JOHN SINGER
Produced by A. E. 8. SMEDLEY ASTON Directed by CLIFF OWEN Films page 15
Reggie Campbell Peek:
Arnold Van Cleef:
Liza Missenden Green:
Lady Missenden Green:
Signor Vittorio Ferruchi:
Woman in art gallery:
Introduced by Bernard Falk
Tonight the two teams from Oxford and Cambridge continue their quest to retrieve an isotope before it falls into the hands of the enemy.
After successfully roping down a rock face. they attempt to build a four-man raft. Unfortunately, the ancient art of boat-building seems to have been lost somewhere ...
Producer Philip Franklin Executive Producer Derek Smith
with John Humphrys and the BBC's reporters Weatherman
An opera by DONIZETTl
, Earl of Leicester
For her farewell to the London operatic stage, DAME JANET BAKER chose to present one of her most moving and dramatic roles-the tragic Queen of Scots.
The part of Mary's great rival, Elizabeth, is taken by one of the brightest new stars, ROSALIND PLOWRIGHT , Caught in the middle of their rivalry was Robert Dudley - Elizabeth's favourite, yet sympathetic to Mary's cause. The meeting between the two Queens which forms the centrepiece of the drama, based on Schiller's play, may not have happened in history, but it powerfully highlights the political and religious conflicts that beset the two nations towards the end of the 16th century.
The cast of this English National Opera production in celebration of the company's golden jubilee includes and Producer JOHN COPLEY
Designer DESMOND HEELEY
THE CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA of the ENO, conducted by Sir Charles Mackerras
English text by TOM HAMMOND Sound GRAHAM HAINES Lighting CLIVE POTTER Director PETER BUTLER
This programme was financially assisted by Shell UK Ltd and was televised by BBC Television in association with the National Video Corporation Ltd from the London Coliseum
Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots:
Elizabeth I, Queen of England:
George Talbot,Earl of Shrewsbury:
Sir William Cecil:
the Garter King at Arms: