with Frank Bough and Debbie Rix
For regular features see Monday. Plus today:
Pop News with Mike Smith between 7.45 and 8.0
Food and Cooking with Glynn Christian between 8.30 and 9.0
with Ann Morrish
The Multiplying Glass by ANN PHILLIPS 5: Goodbye, Liz Pictures
BARRY WILKINSON Producer ANGELA BEECHINO Adapted and directed by ROGER SINGLETON-TURNER
with TONY HART
Richard Whitmore ; Fern Britton Weather BILL GILES
(London and SE: Financial Report. and News Headlines with subtitles)
The last of four programmes Fur and Feather
Most people who live in the countryside suffer at some time or other from damage caused by moles. Jack Sibley spent most of his life killing them; now he's retired. Dennis Skillicorn visited Jack to talk about his job and about the folklore that surrounds moles. Dennis also spent a day with Peter MurHn , a gamekeeper on the Beaulieu Estates. Peter came down to Beaulieu from Nottingham many years ago and has never wanted to return. A gamekeeper's life means working long hours every day; it's not a job for the nine-to-five man-as Dennis found out.
The feature film starring Raymond Burr with Ted Shackleford James Canning
While serving a prison sentence for a crime he did not commit, Frank Jordan studied criminal law. Now, years later an eminently successful lawyer, he is dedicated to helping those unjustly convicted-giving them the 'Jordan Chance'.
With the help of his three assistants, Jordan sets out to help Elena Delgado , a young office worker convicted of the murder of her former boyfriend. They find very few people who want to see the case re-opened.
Screenplay by STEPHEN J. CANNELL Produced by ROY HUGGINS Directed by JULES IRVING Films; page 14
The last of three programmes
In the Second World War the flying boats of RAF Coastal Command played a crucial part in the war at sea and it was the Sunderland that played the leading role.
Squadrons of Sunderlands flew in all theatres of war, guarding shipping lifelines and seeking out enemy fleets and U-boats. In peacetime they became part of the BOAC fleet of aircraft on the re-opened Empire routes, but their civilian role was shortlived. Bigger airports and larger runways meant bigger and faster landplanes and the flying boat was redundant. The last to be built, in 1952, was the Princess, the largest aircraft in the world at the time; she lived for only one year.
David Lomax concludes the story of the flying boats -a story many believe should have no ending.
Film editor PETER HUNT Producer JOHN COLEMAN
Story: The Hare and the Tortoise Based on a fable by LA fontaine Illustrated by BRIAN WILDSMITH Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft , Ben Bazell
Pianist PAUL READS
Written and directed by penny LLOYD Producer CHRISTINE HEWITT
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATS
(Repeat. Shown on BBC1 at 10.30 am)
3: The Plague of Santos written by DICK HILLS
Test your powers of observation against those of the students of S.O.L.V.E. Academy while you watch the stirring adventures of Captain Zep in space.
Case No 3 ,
Captain Zep is called up to investigate the disappearance of S.O.L.V.E. agent Officer Graham on the mysterious planet of Santos; a straightforward assignment, until ...
Graphic designer RAY OGDEN
Producer CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON (Rpl)
Theme tune on a single record (RESL 127) from retailers
starring as Captain Zep with:
Jason Brown and:
Today featuring Women's World
Road Race Cycle Champion, Mandy Jones , on the eve of her title defence in Switzerland; Women's World U52 Kg Judo Champion, 19-year-old
Loretta Doyle , who is in the studio; plus other stars and stones from the world of sport, including a chance to see again that fabulous Barnum and Bailey routine by Jayne Torvlll and Christopher Dean.
Presented by Paul McDowell
Suzanne Dando and Kathy Tayler
Director PETER HAYWARD Producer RON GUBBA
Executive producer KEITH PHILLIPS
with Jan Leeming 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)
The feature film. starring
Kirk Douglas Tony Curtis
The turbulent, barbaric world of the marauding Vikings is colour-fully portrayed in this spectacular ninth-century saga. Kirk Doug las and Tony Curtis star as two half-brothers vying for the love of a captive princess. Their bitter conflict culminates in a duel to the death on the towering ramparts of an English castle.
Screenplay by CALDER WILLINGHAM from the novel The Viking by EDISON MARSHALL
Produced by JERRY BRESLER
Directed by RICHARD FLEISCHER Films: page 14
Architecture, poetry, art and music were the formative influences on the aesthete known to millions as Kenneth Williams: the slum architecture of St Pancras where he grew up; the liquid poetry of his grans fruity anecdotes; the art of the Marcel Wave practised by his hairdresser father, and the musical knees-ups of 'The Boot'. His first rave notices (as Princess Angelica - aged 8) and his success in lederhosen made him follow his lieder to higher things. But even drawing maps was not enough and after the Army only the stage could bring the parts other careers cannot reach.
with Nicholas Witchell
Weekend Weather BILL GILES
tough jobs-single-minded cop and single-handed parent.
A complaint from a talented young actress who has been receiving obscene phone calls reminds Shannon of an unsolved murder case on the police files. Believing there may be a connection, Shannon de cides to investigate, only to find that the killer has already found another victim.
Written by LEE KALCIIEIM
Directed by GORDON HESSLER
starring as Jack Shannon, a man with two:
with as his young son, John:
also starring Paul Locatelli:
by BILL MACILWRAITH starring
Round 12: Pete Dodds , reigning British Middleweight Champion is off to Paris in a bid for the European Championship.
Directed by MIKE crisp
Produced by RAY Burr
Jason Robards Katharine Ross
A middle-aged actor, tired of playing in second-rate horror movies, leaves Los Angeles and moves to San Francisco, where he meets a much younger woman. But their idyllic romance is tragically doomed.
Screenplay by ROBERT RUDLSON
Produced by HENRI BOLINGER. R0BERT Directed by TOM CRIES Films: page 14
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