with Frank Bough and Sue Cook
For regular features see Monday Plus today:
Pop with Mike Smith between 7.30 and 8.0
Food and Cooking with Glynn Christian between 8.45 and 9.0
25th Anniversary Flies the World: Egypt
Step back in time to 1979 when Simon Groom, Christopher Wenner and Tina Heath explored one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World-the Pyramids. In blistering temperatures of 100Â°F, Simon nearly made it to the top of the biggest of the three pyramids at Giza near Cairo, while Tina kept cool inside the burial chamber of the Pharaoh Cheops, Chris dived to the bottom of the Red Sea with an underwater camera and Simon joined the long line of Blue Peter presenters who've bitten the sands of the desert, thrown from the back of a bad-tempered camel.
with Ann Morrish
The Multiplying Glass by ANN PHILLIPS
Food for Thought with the voices of KENNETH WILLIAMS
Written and directed by NICK SPARGO
with TONY HART and COLIN BENNETT as The Caretaker 8: Sand
with Richard Whitmore and Fern Britton
Weather BILL GILES
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
A See-Saw programme by DAVID MCKEE
Narration RAY BROOKS
A See-Saw programme with BRIAN CANT
Harry the Hatter gets a harness for his horse and deposits a heap of hats in return. Help hunt out some more Bric-a-Brac that begins with' H'.
Designer MARY PENLEY-EDWARDS See-Saw producer MICHAEL cols
Written and produced by NICK WILSON
A series of four programmes featuring people who live and work in the New Forest.
2: When the Trees Bow Down
Although thousands of people visit the New Forest each year to admire the many varieties of trees that cover 30,000 acres, they probably don't realise that over half of the woodland is used for commercial growing.
Today Dennis Skillicorn meets RODNEY NEWBOROUGH , one of the Forestry Commission men responsible for marketing the timber. He also speaks to CLIFF FENNELL , a forester who works all year round cutting the timber. But all the wood doesn't find its way into the pulp and sawmills. GRETA HOPKIN-SON from Brockenhurst finds a different use for it: she spends her life searching for interesting pieces of wood to shape into beautiful wood sculptures. ' No art form has influenced me; I've been influenced purely by the wood.'
(Part 3 tomorrow at 1.45 pm)
The feature film starring
Tom Jones , Constance Forslund Joan Hackett , Harry Guardino
Computer operator Kim Parker falsifies her credentials to obtain her dream job - assistant manager of a holiday paradise. Once installed at the Pleasure Cove, she has to cope with a paranoid manager, a bunch of crooks and some fraught relationships among the cove's pleasure-seeking guests.
Screenplay by LOU SHAW Produced by MEL SWOPE Directed by BRUCE BILSON Films: page 14
First of three programmes
The story of flying boats is one of ingenuity and enterprise; of style during the dying days of Britain's imperial grandeur; of Coastal Command's war against the U-Boats and of post-war scepticism that hastened their end. For all those who flew in them the flying boat was a part of aviation history that was unique and unforgettable. In this first programme David Lomax tells of the early days when Britain's first flying boat landed on the Solent in 1913, of First World War patrols in the North Sea and of RAF long-distance pioneering flights to open up routes to the Empire.
(Part 2 tomorrow at 3.50 pm)
The Sergeant is very unhappy when he thinks he has failed his physical fitness test, but T.C. and the gang still try to bring a little sunshine into his life.
The last of six programmes with Magnus Magnusson The Farmer's Son
Bom the son of a peasant farmer and chosen as a baby to be king of Tibet, the 14th Dalai Lama himself tells some of his own strange story in today's programme.
Director MICHAEL BEYNON
Producer MOLLY cox
Nicholas Witchell ; Weatherman
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today South East at Six, Points West
South Today, Spotlight South West
(Regional details as Tuesday)
in Horse Hare
A WARNER bros cartoon
A two-part story by Terence Dudley
Starring Peter Davison i
What is the secret of the well-furnished cell?
(Part 2 tomorrow at 6.25 pm)
Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
Sir Robert Muir:
John Craven and Maggie Philbin present Tik and Tok, technology in fashion, parties in a bin-liner, gesticulating dummies, two labradors and some unwilling sheep. One serious question: hormones can help dwarfs but could they also breed a race of supermen?
Production team ROB BAYLY CHARLES HUFF. FIONA PITCHER
Studio director STUART MCDONALD Producer LAURIE JOHN
Second of a two-part feature film
Tension mounts as rescuers work desperately to save passengers stranded in a cablecar 7,000 feet from the ground.
(For full details see page 41) Films: page 14
Nicholas Witchell , Weatherman
Written in nine parts by ELAINE MORGAN, starring Philip Madoe Lisabeth Miles , Kika Markham 8: Win or Lose
Historical adviser A. J. P . TAYLOR
Original music KENYON EMRYS-ROBERTS Designer PAULINE HARRISON
Producer JOHN HEFIN. BBC Cymru/Wales *
(Final part: tomorrow at 9.25)
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David Lloyd George:
Megan Lloyd George:
Anita George GILLIAN:
Margaret Lloyd George:
J T Davies:
Sir Max Aitken:
A J Sylvester:
Eamon De Valera:
Introduced by David Icke
Highlights of tonight's invitation meeting in West Germany which attracted many of the top names from the recent World Championships - STEVE OVETT , who set a 1500m world record on this track in 1980, along with the 1500m World Champion STEVE CRAM. Commentators
DAVID COLEMAN , STUART STOREY
TV presentation GERMANTV service
The High and the Mighty
Sam and Fielding become victims of voodoo during a search into Michael Tyrone 's past and a pregnant Lane and a jubilant Constance learn that they may well be widows ...
Written by JEFF FREILICH Directed by DON weis