with Frank Bough and Sue Cook
For regular features see Monday Plus today:
Pop with Mike Smith between 7.30 and 8.0
Problem Page with Claire Rayner between 8.30 and 9.0
Food and Cooking with Glynn Christian between 8.45 and 9.0
25th Anniversary Flies the World: Tonga
Janet Ellis delves into the BBC Film Library for this celebration flashback of the best of Blue Peter's Summer Expeditions. In 1972 John Noakes, Peter Purves and Lesley Judd explored a tiny island in the South Seas and met some of the world's friendliest people.
with Rula Lenska Polish Folk Tales
Adapted from traditional sources by AGNES SZUDEK
Today: The Lake of Lilies
Pictures by ANNABEL SPENCELEY
by ELISABETH BERESFORD
presented by the children of the Belfast Why Don't You .. ? gang.
Richard Whitmore , Vivien Creegor Weatherman MICHAEL FISH
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Dog Tails and Really Scent
WARNER BROTHERS cartoons
from Helsinki Introduced by Desmond Lynam
The pick of this afternoon's finals should be the women's 400m, where the Olympic Champion and world record holder is MARITA KOCH of the GDR, who will be trying to add another gold medal to her impressive collection. In the men's long jump, CARL LEWIS of the USA will be making another attempt to break BOB BEAMON 'S long-standing world record, and later competing in the sprint relay final.
Britain's best chance of a medal may rest with WENDY SLY in the women's 3,000m, and the other nnals this afternoon are the women's 400m hurdles and discus, and the men's 400m. Today's Finals
3.10 Women's discus
(Current World Record: 73.26m GAUNA SAVINKOVA, USSR, 1983)
3.30 Women's 400m hurdles
(Current World Record: 54.02 sec ANNA AMBROZENE, USSR, 1983)
3.50 Women's 400m
(48.16 see MARITA KOCH , GDR, 1982)
4.10 Men's 400m
(43.86 sec LEE EVANS, USA, 1968)
4.50 Men's long jump
(8.90m BOB BEAMON , USA. 1968)
5.5 Women's 3,000m
(8 min 26.78 see SVETLANA ULMAS-OVA, USSR, 1982)
6.30 Women's 4 x 100m relay (41.60 see GDR, 1980)
6.45 Men's 4 x 100m relay (38.03 see USA, 1977)
With Moira Stuart ; Weatherman
(Regional details as Monday)
Introduced by Desmond Lynam
The latest news and action from the Olympic Stadium, including live coverage of this evening's sprint relay finals. In the women's event, the battle between the Americans and the East Germans could produce a new world record, while the British girls should not be disgraced. In the men's relay CARL lewis of the USA could win his second medal of the day.
The feature film starring
Ron Leibman , David Selby
Joining the New York City Police Department as enthusiastic young recruits, Dave Greenberg and Robert Hantz strike up a partnership and, as undercover cops, begin to wage a successful private war against crime in the tough 21st Precinct. However, their uncompromising idealism and unconventional methods and dress isolate them from their colleagues. As a result they soon find themselves fighting corruption not only on the streets but also in the police force, putting themselves in jeopardy from both sides of the law.
Screenplay by LORENZO SEMPLE JR
Based on the book by L. H. WHITTEMORE Produced by WILLIAM BELASCO Directed by GORDONPARKS Films: page 9
District Attorney Heller:
with John Humphrys including at 9.25* The First
World Athletics Championships from Helsinki
Introduced by David Icke A round-up of todays finals in the Olympic Stadium where
CARL LEWIS of the USA was trying to 'Win gold medals in the long jump and sprint relay. Weatherman
by FRANK ASH
The second of four plays in which various people try to find new ways of life.
At 19, Alec finds himself tied down by his domineering mother and imprisoned in a boring job at a sawmill. He decides to use his annual holiday hostelling in the Highlands in a bid to escape and find the better life he feels must be out there somewhere.
Script editor MAGGIE ALLEN Designer CAMPBELL GORDON Producer BOB MCINTOSH
Director BAZ TALOR. BBC Scotland
On a hillside, a deserted village: the old stone houses partly ruined, fruit trees running wild, the cultivated terraces crumbling from neglect. After 34 years, three women and a man return to the village to find the houses they were bom in and retrace the paths they knew so well-to Fatma Hamdi the tailor's house, to the mosque, to the cucumber fields and the olive-groves. This Everyman film offers a unique insight into the experiences of Palestinian families in and around Jerusalem, and their restless search for the security of' home '.
Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF Producer JENNY MORGAN
Editor JOHN STUART ROBERTS
as Sergeant Bilko in Mink, Inc Bilko starts a mink farm at Fort
Baxter to pay back the$100 he borrowed from the platoon and lost on a horse race.