Introduced by Frank Bough and 'Selina Scott Timetable:
News at 6.30, 7.0, 7.30, 8.0, 8.30 with headlines on every quarter hour
Weather at 6.31, 6.57,7.27,7.57,8.27 Sport at 6.42, 7.18, 8.18
Regional News, weather and traffic at 6.45, 7.15, 7.45, 8.15
Review of the Papers and a look ahead to the coming day: 7.32, 8.32 Getting Britain Fit between 6.45 and 7.0
The Family Budget between 6.45 and 7.0
Tonight's TV between 7.15 and 7.30 Your Stars between 8.30 and 8.45
This is America 'between 7.45 and
8.0 with Bob Friend
9.0 Artists in Print
5: Prints and Reproductions Book (same title), Â£9.95 from booksellers
9.30 Dicho y hecho
Having to Do Things
9.48 Mathscore Two
10.10 Look and Read. Fair Ground! 10: Mixed Fortunes. As the big wheel turns and the gallopers spin round, the petition is torn up and the fair's future seems assured. Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL
With JUDY CORNWELL , PERCY HERBERT, BRUCE MONTAGUE , ELIZABETH MORGAN , IAIN ORMSBY-KNOX , LYNNE PEARSON , PAUL RUSSELL , GEORGE SWEENEY , KENNETH WALLER , PERCY EDWARDS , SEAN BARRETT , CHARLES COLLINGWOOD , KATIE HEBB , WAYNE LARYEA, DEREK GRIFFITHS ,
Producer SUE WEEKS
10.35 Religious and Moral Education 11-13: Resource Units Man's Dominion
11.0 Watch. Carnival
JAMES EARL ADAIR follows the carnival tradition from Trinidad to the Commonwealth Institute in London. He explores a world of colour and rhythm with the aid of TONY CHARLES AND HIS STEEL BAND. Producer JILL GLINDON REED
11.17 Walrus. What Should I Do? Endings
11.40 Look, Look and Look Again Working Drawings
12.3 pm General Studies Have a Drink
Richard Whitmore , Heather Payton Weather MICHAEL FISH
(London and SE: Financial Report and News Headlines with subtitles)
In the bright and informal atmosphere of the Pebble Mill foyer, the regular presenting team introduce another edition of the live and lively lunchtime magazine.
Editor PETER HERCOMBE BBC Pebble Mill
A See-Saw programme
Seeds with RICK JONES
Ready to Go: MURIEL ENGLAND takes some young friends to meet the lifeboat men and see the special clothes they wear.
Puppets ALAN PLATT
Director NICCI CROWTHER
Producer Roy THOMPSON
2.15 Read On!
Top of the Books
A Short Story
Hugh Casson in North Oxfordshire
Flora Thompson, whose trilogy Lark Rise to Candleford is regarded by many as a masterpiece, grew up in North Oxfordshire in the 1880s with little money and few prospects. Architect, and writer Hugh Casson has for many years had a particular love for Flora Thompson's work and her unique account of life in a country hamlet at the turn of the century.
from St John's Church, Barmouth, Gwynedd
Come down, o love divine (Down Ampney);
Ye holy angels bright (Darwall's 148th);
Lord, for tomorrow and its needs (Providences);
Immortal, invisible, God only wise (St Denio);
Emyn y tymhorau (Edinburgh);
Eternal Father (Melita);
Take my life, and let it Be (St Bees);
We have a gospel to proclaim (Fulda)
Yogi finds a magic lamp.
with David Yip
Dragon Stories by ANN JUNGMANN Today: The Dragon Becomes a Pet
The Mystery Gang meet a ghost-hunting journalist while on an island.
Series devised by Anthony Read
A two-part story by Richard Carpenter
Sherlock Holmes has been kidnapped by the arch criminal, Professor Moriarty. Can Wiggins outwit the Professor and rescue his hero?
(Part 2 is on Friday at 5.5 pm)
Series devised by:
When Custard Stole the Show y. Told by RICHARD BRIERS
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
Reporters: PATTIE COLDWELL , ANNE DIAMOND , JOHN HITCHINS , JAMES HOGG , MARSHALL LEE , TONY WILKIN SON and NICHOLAS WOOLLEY
Presenting the optimistic, indestructible panther who is permanently in-the-pink. Olym-Pinks
Our hero faces stiff competition at the winter Olympics - in which not a lot of sportsmanship is involved!
The last of ten programmes
From rich to poor, young or old, left wing to right, employed or not, Vox Pop has a view on domestic issues and national events.
A weekly documentary serial concerning the private lives and public thoughts of some of the people of Darwen, Lancashire.
Who will be saying what about whom this week?
Photography MIKE SPOONER LAWRENCE RUSH
Film editors DAVE KING ANDREW WILLSMORE Production team IAN POTTS , LINDA CLEEVE Producer PAUL WATSON vox Pop (record RESL 129), from retailers
Dave King Andrew
by JON W ATKINS
The last of six programmes starring
Terry Scott and June Whitfield
Studio lighting BRIAN CLEMETT Studio sound JOHN HOLMES Designer GLORIA CLAYTON
Produced and directed by PETER WHITMORE
Seven films exploring narrow-gauge railways around the world.
6: Journey to the Land Beyond the Mountains
Written and narrated by Ray Gosling he
Once a year the trainscarry the armv of .grape pickers to the steep, terraced slopes of the River Douro in northern Portugal. And to the sounds of singtng, dancing and exploding dynamite the whole valley celebrates the harvest which will make the famous port wine... But higher into the-mountains; the-little lines enter a region that's mysterious even to the Portuguese themselves. A land of proud peo. pie, strange primitive traditions-and. secret smugglers' routes into Spain.
Film cameraman ROBERT SLEIGH Film sound MALCOLM HILL
Film editor BRUCE RAWLINGS
Series producer COLIN ADAMS .. ; Producer BRIAJS JAMES
BooK, Great Railway Journeys of-the World, £9.55 from booksellers
with John Humphrys and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman
A two-part film, starring
2: Paul's spectacular conversions of Gentiles in Antioch and Galatia give the sect its name - The Christians ' - but his success creates deep divisions among the group's original Jewish members when he rejects insistence on Jewish law for the converted Gentiles. This schism affects relations between the uncompromising Paul and the more conciliatory Peter. While Peter retires to Galilee, Paul decides to carry Christ's message to Europe. He starts down a road that is to lead to Rome and martyrdom; a road Peter is to follow in his turn ...
Paul of Tarsus:
David Dimbleby presents the weekly magazine that looks at the lighter as well as the serious side of politics, with film reports from Bill Kerr Elliott and Stephen Bradshaw , and theplatest gossip, comment and analyses from
John Cole and Michael White. Including this week:.
When the Music Stops - some of the. Conservative Party's bestknoivn MPs are tramping the coun
. try insearch of safe seats in the new constituencies created by the ' Boundaries Commission. Traditionally, Tory selection procedures are more genteel - and more discreet - than.their Labour equivalents, but is this the case this tlme round? director SUE MCMAHON
Deputy editor COLIN MARTIN Editor RICHARD TAIT
'Book, No Minister, f2.50 paperback, £4,75 hardback, from booksellers
[Starring] Phil Silvers as Sergeant Bilko
The one and only Bilko continues to con everyone in sight.